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Business
Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022
For many, reading the ingredient label on a body care product may feel like reading an unknown language. But a local company that sells products with easily recognizable ingredients has opened a new shop, making it easier than ever for consumers to know what they are buying.
Family
Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022
It is a program called Miles for Smiles. Miles for Smiles is a mobile dental health provider that gears comprehensive dental care toward area school children. This innovative service has two fully-equipped dental units that travel to local schools providing dental care such as cleanings, X-rays, sealants and more.
Community
Thursday, May 19, 2022
Krush Boutique has three locations in Shreveport, Bossier City and Longview and continues growing to meet customers’ needs. Recently, the Bossier location moved into a new, much larger space to carry more brands and brands that are size inclusive to allow for a better shopping experience.
Community Women
Tuesday, March 22, 2022
Area dress shops are seeing some distinctive trends with wedding and bridesmaid gowns. "We will always have brides that want a traditional look with lace and the sweetheart neckline," said bridal consultant Ashley Easter. "However, a big trend we're seeing now is variations of clean and simple lines – fitted, A-line, a ball gown or mermaid styles.
Community Women
Tuesday, March 22, 2022
What feels like a normal wedding season is gaining steam, and individuality and comfort are the goals. "Each bride has their own concept. Lately, we've seen where each bride wants to make their wedding different from the next," said The Colony House owner Kyle Loyd.
Home
Thursday, March 10, 2022
in the Sun City subdivision in south Bossier, the home shown here previously belonged to homeowner Ginger Disante’s parents. The family is full-blooded Italian, and Ginger and her sister made memories together during trips to Italy, where Ginger found inspiration for how she wanted her kitchen to feel and function.
Community
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022
Twelve of the area's puppy pals make up the Homecoming Court. As a special treat, one member of the homecoming royalty is a former shelter dog adopted after being featured at a previous Best in Sheaux. The contestants strut the catwalk in hopes of earning the title of Best in Sheaux at Robinson Rescue's 13th annual fundraiser.
Arts & Entertainment
Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2021
When local children’s book author Susan Jenkins McClendon moved to Shreveport, she knew her next book needed to be about the Pelican State. “What I find so amazing is that the people in Louisiana are so diehard. They love the state of Louisiana,” she said.

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