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Cover Story
Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022
This is the story of two sisters and their husbands who did just that. Sanela Tomic and Anela Majstorovic are sisters. Bosnian by birth, they were enjoying a good life in the former Yugoslavia. In 1992, their story took a dramatic turn, as did the story of their homeland.
Business
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022
He said the food court would feature some chain restaurants and be similar to an airport food court. He added that Spor- Tran also is working with the MS Kick incubator kitchen on the prospect of having space in the food court for a local startup restaurant.
Business
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022
“The JADC2 program is a very large Department of Defense program,” said J.D. Hunsicker, vice president of government programs for Praeses. “It is the Department of Defense’s attempt to bring in data from many sources, consolidate it and make it useful to users.
Cover Story
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022
Louisiana Film Prize is the genesis of Prize Fest, a nine-day celebration of creative people and their creations Oct. 14-22 in downtown Shreveport. Film Prize is a highly acclaimed short film competition featured in publications like Movie Maker magazine.
Community
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022
“Obviously, the property had fallen into severe neglect,” said Cole Guthrie, vice president of development for U.L. Coleman. “This particular owner saw the opportunity of reinvesting into the Shreveport core. The location was extremely important in this decision-making.
Community
Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022
Officials from the city of Shreveport, SporTran, Biomedical Research Foundation, LSU Health, Ochsner LSU Health Academic Center and the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announced Aug. 15 that Shreveport received a Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) grant.
Business
Sunday, July 31, 2022
“It’s an extraordinarily busy time in terms of economic development activity and cargo movement,” said Executive Port Director Eric England. “The citizens’ investment in the port has paid off, and what we’re seeing are the dividends of their commitment years ago as well as present day.
Community
Wednesday, June 29, 2022
Fuller said the variations on the district maps that the city council considered were only made available for public review on the city’s website the Friday before the council’s vote. She said that in the past, the council held several open public conversations leading up to redistricting.
Community
Wednesday, June 29, 2022
One building with 68 apartments is completed and welcoming residents. Another 68-unit building is completed, pending inspection and a certificate of occupancy, Tracey Graham, bureau chief of special programs and Choice Neighborhoods Implementation manager for the city of Shreveport, said.

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