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Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020
The personnel are easy to spot as well, hard hats and optic yellow vests, shod with boots that have seen many miles and all kinds of terrain and weather. They are seen marching through neighborhoods all over the state. Grim, serious combatants with a massive battle plan to execute: to get Louisiana back on the grid.
Monday, July 13, 2020
At W.T. Lewis Elementary, we have worked incredibly hard to become the school we are today, and I knew in my heart we were committed to fight for what's best for kids, no matter the circumstances. Then COVID-19 changed life as we know it, and every school in the nation was put to the test.
Monday, April 20, 2020
One such person was Eric Hess, one of the glass artists at Sanctuary Art Glass near downtown Shreveport. He and his partner in glass, Michelle Pennington, were just two more citizens cast adrift on the shores of idleness. Hess was noodling around Facebook when something caught his eye.
Monday, April 20, 2020
But her hunger pain came at a time when restaurant owners were scrambling – Louisiana’s governor had just ordered dining rooms closed because of COVID-19. Restaurants – with only a few hours’ notice – were limited to take-out and delivery. They were adjusting on the fly.
Monday, April 20, 2020
The variety of artistic styles in Shreveport Regional Art Council’s Critical Mass 8 Visual Art Exhibition was gratifying.



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