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Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2021
This spring, thousands of college seniors will toss their caps into the air at graduation ceremonies across the country, embarking on what they hope will be a bright, financially stable future. After all, they’ve earned a degree; doesn’t that guarantee a decent or at least a high-paying job?.
Tuesday, June 1, 2021
What began as a Tuesday night event at a local eatery has grown into a big stage production complete with glamorous fur baby models, says Robinson’s Rescue President Dr. Andrea Master Everson. “The dogs are what set this event apart from everything, and it ties in with our whole mission,” she said.
Monday, April 5, 2021
“It’s no secret that this region is one of the, if not the, fastest-growing areas in the state of Louisiana,” says Brian Crawford, executive senior vice president/chief administrative officer for Willis- Knighton.
Monday, March 22, 2021
Weddings in 2020 look very different from how they used to. Today, masks are the must-have accessory, backyards are the hottest reception venue, and cocktails are served from trays (so long, open bar).
Monday, March 8, 2021
When most of the region was shut down because of too much ice and not enough water, Bozz Baucum, the owner of Marilynn’s Place and Ralph’s Place in Shreveport, wasn’t. He was at work boiling water in his commercial crawfish rig to cook meals for teenagers at the Rutherford House.
Monday, March 8, 2021
Dr. John Preston Parry strives to keep costs low for families yearning for a child. He says the most important step is to get the correct diagnosis. “A lot of people are spinning their wheels and treating things that are the wrong source,” he said. Dr.
Monday, Feb. 8, 2021
Ashley’s was hired to remodel the house’s significant areas. It was a typical ’70s home with wood paneling, large upper cabinets and colors that were popular when it was built. “It was cool that they trusted us with the house. This was the house where everyone always gathered for the holidays and events,” Lisa said.
Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021
Exemplars of Highland’s can-do vibe are Chad and Brandi Alexander on Creswell Avenue, a few blocks north of Kings Highway. “We’ve got LED floodlights that light the front of the house each year as Christmas lights. With a color change via the remote controller, they become purple,.



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