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A

Abortion
"Anti-abortion vote helped carry Buchanan to La. win", 96-Feb-08:1A
"Louisiana loses appeal on funding abortions", 96-Mar-26:3A
"State wants to revive youth abortion consent law", 96-Sep-06:3B
AIDS
"$500,000 spent on free condoms", 96-Sep-21:1B
"Aide: AIDS funding was omitted by mistake", 96-Mar-30:1A
"AIDS spreads among women", 96-Oct-09:1A
"AIDS takes its toll on black community", 96-Sep-10:2D
"AIDS victims remembered with flicker of candlelight", 96-May-20:1A
"Bobby Darrow", 96-Feb-19:1D
"HIV rumors frighten teen blood donors", 96-Apr-11:1B
"La. getting money for AIDS drugs", 96-Nov-23:5B
"La. is ripe with conditions that allow AIDS to flourish", 96-Feb-12:6A
"Local events to mark World AIDS Day", 96-Nov-30:1B
"Portraits of AIDS", 96-Mar-04:1D
"Red Cross seeks more HIV/AIDS counselors", 96-Jul-10:3E
"Regimen improves AIDS patients' existence", 96-Dec-01:8A
"Remembering", 96-May-09:1D
Alexander, Albert George
"Area Republican activist Ladd Alexander dies", 96-Sep-11:2B
"Obituary", 96-Sep-11:4B
Allendale
"Allendale gets a face lift: no more graffiti", 96-Oct-12:1A
American Rose Center
"Center to honor avid rose lover", 96-Apr-06:1D
"Rose Center is ready to light up the holidays", 96-Nov-22:3E
"Rose Center offers summer concert", 96-Jun-11:1D
"Rose Center plans pruning party", 96-Feb-17:1D
"Rose Center to host 20th pruning party", 96-Feb-09:1D
"Rose Center to host concert", 96-Jul-16:1D
Antioch Baptist Church
"Church marks 130 years", 96-Apr-27:6B
Antoine, Caesar C.
"The father of Shreveport", 96-Feb-23:1D
Ark-La-Tex Antique and Classic Vehicle Museum
"Museum to close to change display", 96-Mar-09:1D
"Museums offer sneak peek", 96-Apr-15:1B
"Museums to give folks the chance to get to know 'em", 96-Apr-08:1D
"Mustang Mania hits car museum", 96-Aug-22:1D
"Vehicle museum names director", 96-Jul-26:1D
Arkla Gas Co.
"Arkla lowers winter tables, plans higher summer bills", 96-Feb-04:3C
"Houston Industries to purchase NorAm Energy", 96-Aug-13:1A
"Natural gas prices to boost utility bills", 96-Dec-18:1A
"NorAm buyout creates mega utility", 96-Aug-13:8B
Art in Shreveport
"'Mind Games' packed with imagery, ideas" [Carole C. Quam], 96-Nov-10:6E
"'Tender Strokes' is filled with the beauty of nature" [Carolyn Johnson Hamric], 96-Aug-18:9E
"19 artists featured in 'Angel Show'", 96-Dec-08:9E
"2-for-1 show features professor's artwork" [C. Robert Schwieger], 96-Sep-08:7E
"A Celebration of Art", 96-Feb-16:1D
"Artist captures nature in its various aspects" [Charles Ravenna], 96-May-05:7E
"Artist draws on his ethnic heritage" [Charles E. Lovelace], 96-Jun-30:6E
"Artist makes good use of bright palette of colors" [Jean Whatley Lanning], 96-Jul-21:9E
"Artist's love of flowers, travels reflected in exhibit" [Julia Andress], 96-Sep-15:7E
"Artist's show is magical, worth a look" [Jerry Wray], 96-Nov-22:3D
"Artist's works can be enjoyed without understanding the message" [Cat Crotchett], 96-Mar-03:9E
"Artists' challenges don't get in the way of their artwork", 96-Jun-16:9E
"ARTPORT offers some lyrical pieces", 96-Dec-22:7E
"ARTPORT sends out artist call", 96-Oct-09:1D
"Benini works are bigger than life", 96-Jul-28:7E
"Casa d'Arte is here!", 96-Jun-15:1D
"Cluttered art exhibit has fine work" [Bossier Art Association], 96-Apr-21:9E
"Contemporary art, business world join forces", 96-Oct-23:5D
"Enjoy 'Connections' even with its flaws" [Kathryn Maxwell], 96-Sep-29:7E
"Exhibit an excellent way to view African culture", 96-Jul-07:2E
"Exhibit makes political point" [Laura Elkins], 96-Oct-06:7E
"Exhibit offers artwork from two vantage points" [Dave Ivey and Michael Owens], 96-Jun-09:7E
"Exhibit showcases recognizable names" [Norton Art Gallery], 96-May-12:8E
"Exhibit to feature local artists' work" [Center for Contemporary Arts], 96-Mar-21:1D
"Exhibits cure summertime blues" [Blou Beard-Powell & Cari Bollinger], 96-Jul-17:5D
"Flair for showmanship shines in Walton's anniversary exhibit" [M. Douglas Walton], 96-Feb-20:3D
"Glass sculptures on exhibit are unusual, clearly masterful" [William Morris], 96-Mar-31:7E
"He makes a difference through art" [Al Bohl], 96-Aug-03:6B
"Life becomes art" [M.C. "Five Cents" Jones], 96-Jun-18:1D
"Light shines through in artist's works" [Fletcher Thorne- Thomsen], 96-Mar-10:2E
"Local art club to show works" [Shreveport Art Club], 96-Aug-28:1D
"Local artist featured in publication" [Gwen Talbot Hodges], 96-Jul-17:6E
"Local artist offers first one-man show" [Gary Bolyer], 96-Jan-14:4E
"Local artist paints New Orleans scenes" [Ray Holt], 96-Apr-28:9E
"Local artists to debut works in show", 96-May-31:1D
"Mediums, sculptors vary at '96 'Show of the Year'", 96-Sep-22:6E
"Men's Art Guild shows nice assortment of works", 96-Aug-11:6E
"New gallery is brilliant addition to art scene" [Casa d'Arte], 96-Aug-28:7D
"Photographer captures travels on film" [Dr. Earle Dilworth], 96-Jun-23:12E
"Quilts, artwork show full harvest" [Vergalie Cassel and Jo Fowler], 96-Nov-03:7E
"Reverence for nature shows in artist's works" [Bruce Bordelon], 96-May-26:9E
"Show offers wacky, wistful works" [ARTPORT], 96-Jan-07:6E
"Show reflects American life", 96-Oct-13:7E
"Show spotlights the imaginative artwork of LSUS faculty", 96-Sep-03:3D
"Show's bleak, detailed landscapes reveal hints of life" [Elizabeth Y. Akamatsu], 96-Dec-02:3D
"Small show creates sense of intimacy" [Hoover Watercolor Society], 96-Oct-30:5D
"Thorne-Thomsen publishes retrospective of his photos", 96-Aug-10:1D
"Two exhibits provide entertainment for all", 96-Nov-24:9E
"Two-artist exhibit offers a variation of approaches" [Linda Sikes-Moore and Marabella], 96-Aug-04:9E
"Watercolor society offers refreshing art" [Hoover Watercolor Society], 96-Jun-02:9E
"Women's issues are prominent in artist's work", 96-Oct-11:3D
Arthur Ray Teague Parkway
"Progress uproots neighbors", 96-Feb-20:1A
"Teague Parkway extension OK'd", 96-Feb-08:3B
AT&T
"AT&T delivers good news to local plant", 96-Jan-17:8B
"AT&T names wireless manager", 96-May-26:6C
"AT&T plant evolves into Lucent Technologies", 96-Feb-28:8B
"AT&T spinoff stirs markets", 96-May-26:1C
"AT&T's name for firm sheds no light on product", 96-Feb-06:10B

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B

Banks
"2 bank firms increase earnings", 96-Jan-18:8B
"Banking activities to stir up local jobs", 96-Nov-29:6B
"Banks battle over charges", 96-Jul-08:8B
"Banks profit from personality", 96-Jul-27:10B
"Central Bank inks lease with Transcontinental", 96-Mar-29:8B
"Central Bank moves into market", 96-Feb-21:8B
"In the money", 96-Jul-21:1C
"Premier to close 3 branches", 96-Mar-06:8B
Baptist Christian College
"Baptist Christian's record keeping under scrutiny", 96-Feb-25:1A
Barksdale Air Force Base
"'Airman of the year' named", 96-Feb-24:3B
"2 BAFB B-52s return from Iraq", 96-Sep-16:1A
"200,000 expected at air show", 96-Apr-28:1A
"8th Air Force chief named, awaits approval", 96-Jan-24:4B
"8th Air Force commander reveals retirement plans", 96-Jan-19:1B
"8th Air Force vice commander relieved of job", 96-Feb-22:3B
"A crowning achievement", 96-Jun-20:1B
"Air Combat chief visits BAFB today", 96-May-22:1B
"Air Force attempts to retire general", 96-Jun-12:1B
"Air Force wants to 'bomb' Kisatchie", 96-Nov-01:1B
"Air Force, Barksdale kick off 50th anniversary", 96-Sep-19:5B
"Annual Barksdale open house is just plane fun", 96-Apr-12:2E
"Area POWS, MIAs honored, remembered", 96-Sep-21:1B
"B-2 bomber lands at BAFB", 96-Oct-29:2B
"B-2 swoops in to Barksdale", 96-Oct-30:1B
"B-52 air crews learn safety in a Winnebago", 96-Apr-26:3B
"B-52 fleet contains toothless warriors", 96-May-15:1A
"B-52 fleet could receive new engines", 96-Sep-15:1A
"B-52 plan gains support", 96-Sep-23:1B
"B-52s jet off to Alaska to test radar systems", 96-Apr-07:1B
"B-52s packed secret punch to start Gulf War", 96-Jan-14:1A
"BAFB accomplishments, challenges cited", 96-Mar-18:3B
"BAFB bombers fly nonstop to test ranges in Kuwait", 96-Aug-03:1B
"BAFB ceremony honors veteran", 96-Mar-08:1B
"BAFB computer technician named Airman of the Year", 96-Apr-11:3B
"BAFB drug plan worries retirees", 96-Mar-07:1B
"BAFB families gird for separation", 96-Sep-15:1B
"BAFB features black history film daily", 96-Feb-20:3D
"BAFB focuses on safety", 96-Aug-24:1B
"BAFB personnel receive Purple Hearts", 96-Oct-12:1B
"BAFB pharmacy to cut back", 96-Aug-02:1A
"BAFB pilot recalls flight", 96-Sep-04:1A
"BAFB plans bike path to base outback", 96-May-12:1B
"BAFB reservation going wild", 96-Jul-06:1B
"BAFB sets lofty safety goal", 96-Feb-19:1A
"BAFB support center helps families cope with deployment", 96-Sep-15:1A
"BAFB to build new youth center", 96-Oct-03:1B
"BAFB unit wins prestigious award", 96-Jul-16:1B
"BAFB units win national awards", 96-Nov-08:1B
"BAFB will mark Air Force's 50th", 96-Sep-18:1B
"Barksdale B-52 crew wins top Air Force award", 96-Aug-21:2B
"Barksdale B-52s part of operation in Iraq", 96-Sep-04:1A
"Barksdale bombers to simulate attack on United States", 96-Nov-04:1B
"Barksdale command change set for March 8", 96-Feb-28:3B
"BArksdale construction takes off", 96-Oct-13:1C
"Barksdale could get money for housing", 96-May-30:1B
"Barksdale crew feted in Washington", 96-Mar-13:3B
"Barksdale enlisted enjoy close-knit feeling on base", 96-Aug-07:4A
"Barksdale exercise in full swing at Hoban Hall", 96-Sep-24:3B
"Barksdale fighter wing shifts gears", 96-Jun-10:2B
"Barksdale hospital personnel begin stint in Saudi Arabia", 96-Nov-05:3B
"Barksdale reserve unit to train fighter pilots", 96-Sep-30:4B
"Barksdale shows off for award inspectors", 96-Jan-28:6B
"Barksdale squadron leader remembers Tuesday's first strike", 96-Sep-05:4A
"Barksdale to build huge B-52 hanger", 96-Nov-27:1B
"Barksdale to host picnic for retirees", 96-Sep-03:1B
"Barksdale vies for $200,000 Excellence Award", 96-Jan-24:4B
"Barksdale's recycling program wins high marks", 96-Aug-04:1B
"Base brings dollars to area", 96-Mar-06:8B
"Base plans job fair for Thursday", 96-Feb-28;1B
"Base's first couple settling in", 96-Apr-12:1D
"Bases plan memorials for local Medal of Honor winner", 96-Jul-14:1B
"Bill provides $18.67M for Barksdale projects", 96-Aug-02:4A
"Bill would base 3 more B-52s at Barksdale", 96-Mar-21:1A
"Bomber crews receive awards", 96-Feb-14:3B
"Book on flier Hoy Barksdale near release", 96-Dec-22:1B
"Bus tours of BAFB slated for August", 96-Jun-26:2B
"Command changes in 96th bomb squadron", 96-Apr-03:2B
"Command head visiting BAFB", 96-May-29:1B
"Congress OKs military measure, money for Barksdale, Fort Polk", 96-Sep-06:3B
"Defense bill would maintain BAFB's B-52 fleet", 96-Jul-19:5A
"Environmental review on tap for Barksdale", 96-Jun-26:3B
"Evacuated fighter pilots adjust to sudden relocation", 96-Jul-12:7A
"Former 8th Air Force head still keeping busy" [Ellie G. Shuler Jr.], 96-Feb-28:3B
"Former Barksdale leader to speak at Hall of Fame banquet", 96-Aug-11:1C
"Foster takes a ride at BAFB", 96-Nov-20:1A
"Gen. Young announces retirement", 96-Dec-24:1B
"Governor to visit area next week", 96-Nov-14:1B
"High-tech 'games' to draw hundreds to Barksdale AFB", 96-Sep-03:1A
"Historian researches Barksdale namesake", 96-Oct-09:2B
"Jerry Falwell plans to visit Barksdale", 96-Jan-13:1A
"Landrieu promises to be a voice for Barksdale", 96-Sep-17:2B
"Legendary airman sparks historians' curiosity", 96-Sep-17:1B
"Medal of Honor winner to speak", 96-Jun-20:3B
"Museum gets funds for better access", 96-Jul-22:1B
"New transport gives Barksdale practice", 96-Jul-09:1B
"Panels favor keeping entire B-52 fleet", 96-May-07:6A
"President to curtail expansion of B-2 bomber fleet", 96-Feb-09:1A
"Reins change hands at BAFB", 96-Mar-09:1B
"Remembering our veterans", 96-Nov-11:1A
"Retirees protest cuts in benefits", 96-Jun-02:1B
"Retiring general sees great future for BAFB", 96-Mar-01:1B
"Ribbon cutting ceremony set at Barksdale's visitor's center", 96-Dec-17:4B
"Scandal prompts area bases to examine their operations", 96-Nov-17:1A
"Several Barksdale units receive new commanders", 96-Jul-28:3B
"Shreveport native sports Army green, general's star", 96-Jul-07:1B
"Squadron ends final deployment", 96-May-19:6B
"Student officers' dorm opens at BAFB", 96-Dec-19:2B
"Students learn about military life during Barksdale's academy day", 96-Sep-15:5B
"Surfin' BAFB: Barksdale flies onto the Internet", 96-Jul-13:1B
"T-birds light up gray skies", 96-Apr-29:1A
"The bus now stops here", 96-Jun-08:1D
"The French Connection", 96-Jul-14:1E
"Ukrainian officers plan visit to BAFB", 96-Oct-15:2B
"Unit command to change at BAFB", 96-Sep-09:1B
"Unit commanders change at BAFB", 96-May-06:3B
Barnwell Garden and Art Center
"Artist shows his true colors [Benini], 96-Jul-22:1D
"Barnwell Center schedules exhibit", 96-Jul-04:1D
"Barnwell displays abstract photos", 96-Apr-08:1D
"Benini works are bigger than life", 96-Jul-28:7E
"Fund-raiser to showcase art with a dash of soul", 96-Feb-14:1E
"Museums to give folks the chance to get to know 'em", 96-Apr-08:1D
Belle, Albert
"Albert Belle could be a hit if he'd only allow it", 96-May-09:1B
"Albert Belle is a hero to many fans here", 96-Jun-20:4B
"Anger management may be just ticket for baseball's Belle", 96-May-19:4D
"Belle becomes baseball's highest paid player", 96-Nov-20:1A
"Belle brings life back to city", 96-Oct-05:3C
"Belle curses fan over ball", 96-May-30:1C
"Belle decks Brewers player", 96-Jun-01:1C
"Belle doing it the old way: He's earning it", 96-Jun-10:4C
"Belle expects appeal decision", 96-Jun-14:1C
"Belle files for free agency", 96-Oct-29:5C
"Belle has been steady since the Vina incident", 96-Aug-23:4C
"Belle is first $10M man", 96-Nov-20:1C
"Belle may sit out next season", 96-Jul-11:1C
"Belle reportedly rejects Indians' $8.5 million a year", 96-Nov-13:1C
"Belle strikes out at plate, with fans", 96-Jul-10:4C
"Belle sued by photographer", 96-Dec-18:3C
"Belle suspended for five games", 96-Jun-04:4C
"Belle suspension cut to two games", 96-Jun-21:1C
"Belle suspension may get cut", 96-Jun-15:1C
"Belle tells all in HBO special", 96-Sep-05:4C
"Belle to host 'Derby' marathon", 96-Sep-11:1C
"Belle won't tell how blue he is", 96-Jul-01:4C
"Belle's behavior steady despite circus atmosphere", 96-Jul-09:4C
"Belle's future isn't sealed with Indians", 96-Oct-15:1C
"Belle's rulings don't ring true", 96-Jun-22:4C
"Belle, baseball hit with another round of egos", 96-Jun-02:4D
"Belle, Tavarez get suspensions cut", 96-Jun-19:1C
"Belle, Thomas will form a powerful force", 96-Nov-22:5C
"Belle: Results count", 96-Nov-01:1C
"Blue Belle cold as ice", 96-Jun-22:1C
"Booing Belle: No place to hide for baseball's No. 1 target", 96-Jun-18:1C
"Budig to hear Belle's appeal", 96-Jun-12:4C
"Cleveland market maybe the best bet for Belle", 96-Aug-21:1C
"Cleveland wants bad boy Belle back", 96-Aug-25:4D
"Despite recent flare-ups, Belle makes All-Stars", 96-Jul-02:1C
"Elias Sports ranks Belle as top player", 96-Oct-31:1C
"In full, powerful swing", 96-May-10:1C
"Indians delay making offer to Albert Belle", 96-Nov-03:2D
"Indians rolled the dice and lost on Belle", 96-Nov-24:2D
"Indians slugger strikes out again", 96-Jun-29:4D
"League hopes counseling, not more fines, will help Albert Belle solve his 'problem'", 96-May-17:1A
"Nice? Shy? Could these words ring true for Albert Belle?", 96-Nov-25:3C
"Players' union fights for Belle", 96-Jun-20:1C
"Reports: Belle will sign deal with White Sox", 96-Nov-19:1C
"Sitting out? Belle must have bats in his belfry", 96-Jul-12:1C
"Thomas is cheerleader for Belle in MVP race", 96-Sep-18:4C
"Trade shows Belle can't hookwink Indians", 96-Nov-15:3C
"What's next for grumph Belle?", 96-May-31:4C
"With addition of Albert Belle, Chicago may have 'baddest' yet", 96-Nov-21:4C
"With three games left, Belle states case for MVP", 96-Sep-27:1C
Biomedical Research Foundation
"Auditor reviews contracts between LSUMC, Biomed", 96-Jun-04:4B
"Biomed abruptly releases director", 96-Jul-31:8B
"Biomed asks for feedback on programs", 96-Mar-28:8B
"Biomed gets funds for center", 96-Aug-22:8B
"Biomed Institute renamed", 96-Oct-24:8B
"Biomedical - 10 years later", 96-May-12:1C
"Foundation purchases shopping center", 96-Aug-22:8B
"ICON lays off most of its workers", 96-Dec-11:1A
"ICON project on schedule; new projects on horizon", 96-May-12:1C
"Institute-LSUMC relationship proves a productive marriage", 96-May-12:3C
"Lawsuit: Cyclotron unreliable", 96-Oct-15:8B
"Local groups eye sites for development", 96-May-21:1A
"LSUMC, Biomed fund project", 96-Apr-22:6B
"LSUMC, Biomed sign cooperative deal", 96-Oct-08:8B
Black Community
"'A piece of the action'", 96-Jan-20:1A
"'One friend at a time'", 96-Jan-15:1A
"'Pick up the torch'", 96-Jan-16:1A
"AIDS takes its toll on black community", 96-Sep-10:2D
"Area programs honor African-Americans' work", 96-Feb-05:3B
"Author encourages black businesses at local expo", 96-Nov-03:1B
"Black business conference hopes to aid area", 96-Apr-05:8B
"Black business conference to focus on economic unity", 96-Jul-07:1C
"Black businesses work to survive", 96-Sep-29:1C
"Black Caucus focuses on inclusion", 96-Sep-28:5B
"Black Expo names Business of Year", 96-Nov-02:10B
"Black Expo starts Friday", 96-Oct-28:6B
"Black Expo to focus on entrepreneurship", 96-Oct-31:10B
"Black group rips Foster's 'divisive' act", 96-Jan-13:1B
"Black History" [Special Section], 96-Feb-01:SS
"Blacks and Baseball", 96-Jun-02:1D
"Blacks' needs discussed at rally", 96-Oct-17:1B
"Branching out: Tracing black family history has its roadblocks", 96-Feb-27:1D
"Businesswoman says 'Just do it' is her motto" [Cynthia Jenkins], 96-Feb-28:1E
"Celebrating history", 96-Jun-19:1E
"Churches make family top priority", 96-Mar-08:1B
"Citizens add to history", 96-Feb-28:1E
"City faces its past", 96-Jan-14:1A
"Cochran speaks at local church", 96-Nov-25:1B
"Community celebrates heritage", 96-Feb-11:1B
"Community Center gets thumbs up on upgrades", 96-Mar-06:3E
"Community events to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. holiday", 96-Jan-12:3B
"Community leaders honored", 96-Feb-13:9A
"Conference aims to boost minority businesses", 96-Jul-17:3B
"Downtown festival lets the good times roll", 96-Jun-23:1B
"Funding for small businesses starts with networking", 96-Jul-20:10B
"Galilee Baptist Church to host Celebration of Negro Spirituals", 96-Feb-20:1D
"Gateway to pride", 96-Jul-29:1B
"Group builds on King's foundation", 96-Jan-13:1B
"Group says success sweet at Art and Soul fund-raiser", 96-Feb-28:1E
"Groups separated by choice, tradition, lifestyle", 96-Jul-07:9A
"Heritage scrapbook", 96-Feb-24:1D
"Historian chronicles area's black history", 96-Jan-02:3B
"Kimbro to speak at Black Expo'96", 96-Oct-09:8B
"King celebration planners aiming for more diversity", 96-Sep-25:2B
"Kwanzaa brings out artists", 96-Jan-01:1B
"Kwanzaa turns 30", 96-Dec-23:1D
"Lack of funding stalls plans for King Drive statue", 96-Sep-19:1A
"Local library celebrates black history", 96-Feb-14:6E
"Local managers 'in denial,' consultant says", 96-Jul-07:9A
"Locals ponder racial gap", 96-Jul-07:1A
"Minority businesses meet to plan future", 96-Jul-19:8B
"Minority council asks for award nominees", 96-Oct-23:8B
"Miss Black Shreveport pageant set Saturday", 96-Feb-14:2E
"MLK has long history of hardships", 96-Jul-08:4B
"Museum brings history of black family to visitors", 96-Jul-20:1D
"New MLK monument draws criticism", 96-Dec-23:1A
"Parade will celebrate black women", 96-Jan-25:4B
"Poster highlights Louisiana's black judges", 96-Feb-29:3B
"Queensborough group finds home", 96-Jun-20:1B
"Queensborough Neighborhood Assoc. president has vision for her community", 96-Jul-31:1E
"Residents reach out to bridge the gap", 96-Jul-07:8A
"Retired teacher remembers strength of Bethune High", 96-Mar-20:6E
"Sites help chart black history locally", 96-Jan-14:4A
"Son of civil rights leader spreads message of love", 96-Nov-10:1A
"The reality of race", 96-Jul-07:8A
"Two to receive this year's MLK awards", 96-Jan-15:1A
"When color divides", 96-Jul-07:9A
"Workshop to focus on MLK's principles", 96-Jan-03:1A
"World cultures come to fair", 96-May-11:1B
Blanco, Lt. Gov. Kathleen
"Breaux, Blanco help warm up crowd", 96-Aug-30:7A
Board of Elementary and Secondary Education
"BESE seeks new superintendent; Foster names education adviser", 96-Mar-18:2B
"Board frowns on holding students back for sports", 96-Aug-10:1A
"Eight names batted about for three BESE positions", 96-Jan-12:5A
"Ex-schools chief may apply for Sabine superintendent job", 96-Nov-30:1A
"Excitement over charter schools quiets to a low roar", 96-Mar-04:1B
"Holding back junior high athletes questioned", 96-Sep-26:5B
"Proposed hotel tax would fund new convention center here", 96-Jun-05:10A
"School exit exam may get tougher", 96-Jul-27:1B
"Senator tapped as new superintendent", 96-Apr-26:1B
"State may examine trade schools", 96-Jun-29:2B
"State's teachers: Why aren't we on BESE?", 96-Feb-01:3B
"Teacher pay raise controversy threatens funding program", 96-May-22:1A
Board of Regents
"43 college programs could face ax", 96-Mar-31:1B
"Action may not desegregate universities, report says", 96-Dec-09:2B
"Ax hovers over number of college programs", 96-Mar-26:3B
"College board to review programs for duplication", 96-Mar-23:1A
"Colleges get chance to defend programs", 96-May-20:3B
"Colleges to defend targeted programs", 96-Jun-24:3B
"Hearings planned on some degrees", 96-Aug-20:3B
"LSUMC boasts this year's student regent", 96-Aug-03:3B
"Program cuts to affect all NW Louisiana schools", 96-Dec-09:2B
"Regents considering unified policy", 96-Oct-26:4B
"Regents join inquiry into GSU grade changes", 96-Aug-03:1A
"Regents set to decide fate of 113 programs", 96-Dec-09:1A
"Regents take some LSUS programs off elimination list", 96-Nov-02:1B
"Regents to consider systemwide faculty raises", 96-Aug-20:1A
"Regents worry consultants' cuts may hurt state", 96-Jul-21:1A
"Regents' children are avoiding state colleges", 96-Jul-14:1B
"Some college programs escape ax", 96-Dec-12:1A
"USL administrator named interim higher-ed chief", 96-Jul-25:2B
Board of Trustees
"State college faculty to get pay increase", 96-Aug-25:3B
Bonnie and Clyde
"Bonnie & Clyde: The Shreveport Connection", 96-May-14:1D
Booty, Josh
"Booty gets first big league hit", 96-Sep-25:1C
"Booty pursues return to football", 96-Dec-16:1C
"Booty ties team homer record", 96-Aug-24:1C
"Booty, Marlins inspired by summer strides", 96-Oct-03:1C
"Former Evangel star fishing for professional break", 96-May-22:1C
"Former Evangel star living the big league dream", 96-Sep-06:1C
"Josh Booty dreaming of football future?", 96-Nov-15:1C
"Minor league spring training", 96-Feb-25:6D
BosParish-Community College
" 'Black Elk' play set at BPCC", 96-Apr-14:6E
" 'Macbeth' cast readies for BPCC performance", 96-Oct-09:5D
"2-year college enrollment up", 96-Sep-27:1A
"22 officers graduate from BPCC training class", 96-Mar-13:3E
"Bossier Parish Community College to stage Shakespeare's Scottish play", 96-Oct-20:6E
"BPCC center offers new courses", 96-Aug-13:1B
"BPCC grows into new building", 96-Jan-27:1B
"BPCC offers buddy program", 96-Jan-17:6E
"BPCC offers credit courses", 96-Jan-30:8B
"BPCC offers many continuing education classes", 96-Sep-23:6B
"BPCC schedules summer theater", 96-Jun-03:1D
"BPCC schedules writing seminar", 96-Sep-17:1D
"BPCC transfer tops agenda of Bossier Parish leader", 96-Dec-24:2B
"BPCC's 'Black Elk' a little spotty", 96-Apr-20:3D
"Cavalier Players announce 'Black Elk Speaks' cast", 96-Apr-06:3D
"Cavalier Players announce cast, dates of 'The Three Little Pigs'", 96-Feb-13:3D
"Cavalier Players set auditions", 96-Jan-08:1D
"Classes begin again", 96-May-31:1B
"Community college offers noncredit courses", 96-Sep-04:6E
"Computers purchased without approval", 96-Nov-22:8A
"Costs stall expansion at BPCC", 96-Sep-20:1B
"Fit for a king", 96-Jan-23:1D
"Flash can't support 'Macbeth'", 96-Oct-26:3D
"Getting to the heart of society", 96-Mar-20:6E
"Grads walk at LSUS, BPCC", 96-May-16:1B
"Physical therapy assistants in demand", 96-Sep-04:6E
"Starter computer classes offered", 96-Jul-11:1B
"Students overflowing campuses", 96-Sep-27:4A
"VP Gore may make stop in Shreveport", 96-Sep-21:1A
BosParish-Government
"Bossier EMS district faces parish audit", 96-Jul-11:1B
"Bossier may cut juvenile bed space in half", 96-Oct-23:1A
"Carraway secures clerk of court seat", 96-Mar-13:9A
"Investigator enters guilty plea in theft", 96-Nov-23:1B
BosParish-Levee Board
"Levee board promises probe of pit in Lakewood area", 96-Nov-14:1B
BosParish-Penal Farm
"Penal farm look to grow", 96-Jun-06:1A
BosParish-Police Jury
"Board to seek new shelter bids", 96-Oct-18:1B
"Bossier City shuts doors to parish's stray animals", 96-Feb-10:3B
"Bossier Council gives nod to raises", 96-Feb-07:1A
"Bossier jury may deal on boarding fee", 96-Jul-11:3B
"Bossier Parish Police Jury hires consultant", 96-Aug-21:3B
"Bossier property owners might face tax to fund youth shelters", 96-Jul-02:1B
"Bossier will lobby state for juvenile center funds", 96-Feb-15:3B
"Bossier youth shelter could break ground soon", 96-Dec-05:4B
"Burford can't duck battery charges", 96-Mar-10:1B
"Casino deal costs Bossier $6.3M", 96-Jan-04:1A
"City may help casinos take jury to court", 96-Jan-15:1B
"Council cuts funding for juvenile detention center", 96-Feb-07:3B
"Council to consider restoring Bossier juvenile center funds", 96-Oct-30:1B
"Efforts die to seek more money from boats", 96-Oct-08:1B
"Fight heats up over Bossier boarding fees", 96-Feb-01:1B
"Jury may settle in casino dispute", 96-Jul-10:1B
"Juvenile center in danger of closing", 96-Feb-04:1B
"New tax is smoothing Bossier parish roads", 96-May-15:1B
"Officials: Shelter start hinges on exact plans", 96-Jun-13:1B
"Parish turns down assessment appeals", 96-Sep-12:2B
"Parish wants more casino money", 96-Sep-12:1B
"Patching potholes: Bossier plans to repave 190 miles of parish roadways over 3 years", 96-Jan-22:1A
"Police Jury to seek new shelter bids", 96-Aug-18:1B
"Police jury will seek money from Casino Magic", 96-Sep-18:5B
"Property tax rollbacks are coming", 96-Sep-11:1B
"Residents turn out to support jury's plan for boarding fee", 96-Oct-25:1B
"Shelter bid awarded despite protest", 96-Aug-28:3B
"Subdivision, golf course get zoning", 96-Dec-12:1B
BosParish-School Board
"17 qualify as candidates for Bossier School Board", 96-Feb-01:3B
"2 announce bids for Bossier seats", 96-Jan-30:1B
"3 to run for Bossier School Board", 96-Jan-20:3B
"7 candidates take part in forum", 96-Feb-28:6A
"Alternative school seeks more Bossier students", 96-Jun-05:3B
"Appeal planned in redistricting case", 96-Jan-05:1A
"Board considers renewing lawsuit against state", 96-Feb-14:1B
"Bossier board haggles over bond plan", 96-Jan-04:1A
"Bossier City seeks to bring BPCC downtown", 96-Nov-21:4B
"Bossier elects first black School Board member", 96-Mar-13:1A
"Bossier embarks on $21M bond campaign", 96-Jan-11:1B
"Bossier parish classes to begin after Labor Day, end in June", 96-Mar-08:1B
"Bossier Parish School Board elections set for March 12", 96-Feb-11:6B
"Bossier prepares for School Board election", 96-Mar-10:4A
"Bossier qualifying ends", 96-Feb-06:5B
"Bossier residents to take stand on school taxes", 96-Apr-19:1A
"Bossier School Board adjusts speaking policy at meetings", 96-Sep-20:3B
"Bossier School Board approves 1996-97 budget of $77 million", 96-Sep-06:1B
"Bossier School Board approves pay increase for substitute teachers", 96-Aug-16:1B
"Bossier School Board elects new officers", 96-Dec-20:2B
"Bossier School Board OKs computer deal after the fact", 96-Dec-06:2B
"Bossier School Board sells construction bonds", 96-Jul-19:3B
"Bossier school workers get raise", 96-May-17:1B
"Bossier schools ready to sell school construction bonds", 96-Jun-21:1B
"Bossier schools to battle Justice Department", 96-Dec-07:1A
"Bossier schools vote to improve health plan", 96-Aug-02:1B
"Bossier to request $21 million for schools", 96-Jan-09:1A
"Bossier to waste no time in utilizing tax revenue", 96-Apr-22:1A
"BPCC transfer tops agenda of Bossier Parish leader", 96-Dec-24:2B
"Businessman to run for School Board", 96-Jan-31:1B
"Caddo, Bossier school superintendents faced challenges in first year in office", 96-Jun-16:1A
"Candidates sound off on issues", 96-Feb-25:6B, 96-Feb-28:6A, 96-Mar-03:8A
"Candidates sound off on the issues", 96-Feb-18:6B, 96-Feb-21:6A
"Candidates speak out at Bossier forum", 96-Mar-06:3B
"Crowded schools", 96-Jan-03:1A
"District 4 candidates address school needs", 96-Feb-21:6A
"Ex-Bossier School Board member slain", 96-May-20:1A
"Final forum to feature School Board districts 6,7", 96-Mar-03:1A
"Forum to feature board candidates", 96-Feb-27:1B
"Forums will feature Bossier candidates", 96-Feb-08:3B
"Four return to Bossier School Board", 96-Mar-13:7A
"Graham, Richardson, Broussard win School Board seats in runoffs", 96-Apr-21:10A
"High court to hear Bossier voting case", 96-Jun-04:3A
"Lawmaker vows to deliver control over BEEF revenues", 96-Jun-07:1B
"NAACP appeal won't stall School Board qualifying", 96-Jan-29:2B
"New board members get preview of duties", 96-May-01:3B
"New school board leaders make wish lists for 1997", 96-Dec-24:1A
"Panel to discuss riverboat revenue", 96-Sep-24:1B
"Plain Dealing forum features School Board candidates", 96-Feb-15:3B
"Qualifying continues in Bossier, outlying parishes", 96-Feb-02:1B
"Residents of Districts 1, 2 speak out", 96-Feb-21:6A
"Residents to quiz School Board contenders", 96-Feb-18:6B
"Retirement cut could save $40,000", 96-Feb-16:1B
"Riverboat funds fight nears end", 96-May-16:1B
"School Board candidates speak out at election forum", 96-Feb-23:1B
"School Board rolls back taxes", 96-Oct-18:1B
"School boards to elect officers", 96-Dec-18:1B
"Schools chief decries evaluation paperwork", 96-May-07:4A
"Schools seek more casino money", 96-Sep-25:1B
"Schools to get extra $6 million", 96-Feb-08:1A
"Second black secures seat on board", 96-Apr-21:10A
"Six hopefuls vie for three Bossier School Board seats in runoffs Saturday", 96-Apr-19:6A
"Tax-watch group opposes Bossier package", 96-Apr-11:1A
"Teacher accused of molesting student", 96-Feb-16:1B
"Teacher pay highlights School Board conference", 96-Mar-01:3B
"Two vie for District 3 seat", 96-Feb-28:6A
BosParish-Schools
"2 Bossier schools get new principals", 96-Jul-03:1B
"Area schools' construction plans heat up", 96-Jul-01:1B
"As expected, Bossier Parish voters OK school taxes", 96-Apr-21:10A
"Bossier Board OKs $16.5M bond election", 96-Jan-05:1B
"Bossier plans new schools", 96-Apr-16:1A
"Bossier principals up for top honor", 96-Feb-20:1B
"Bossier schools may get more state funding", 96-Oct-04:1A
"Bossier schools may offer meal before testing", 96-Nov-30:1A
"Bossier schools wind down year", 96-May-31:3B
"Bossier students return to school", 96-Sep-04:1B
"Bossier teachers gear curriculum toward more fun, less repetition", 96-Aug-09:1B
"Bossier's Smith tackles tough first year", 96-Jun-16:8A
"Bossier, Webster to pilot summer school next year", 96-Jun-12:2B
"Cutbacks threaten at-risk children", 96-Feb-23:1A
"Districts face technology challenge", 96-Nov-18:1A
"Districts name year's outstanding teachers", 96-Sep-12:1A
"Horseshoe gives Bossier schools $1.5M", 96-Jan-18:1A
"Minority representation focus of probes", 96-Mar-06:1B
"Passport to business world: DECA program prepares teens for work force", 96-Feb-14:8B
"Platt Elementary busting at the seams", 96-Apr-16:4A
"Reading, writing & enrolling", 96-Aug-23:1A
"School raises, construction backed by Bossier residents", 96-Apr-21:1A
"School takes uniform approach", 96-Nov-06:1B
"School tax concerns surface in Bossier", 96-Mar-18:1A
"School uniforms grab attention", 96-Sep-12:1A
"Schools below par, report says", 96-Oct-23:1B
"Schools reap huge harvest from riverboats", 96-Jun-16:3B
"Senators hear about education", 96-Sep-25:1B
"Supreme Court hears case from Bossier schools", 96-Dec-10:1A
"Teacher salaries still lag", 96-Oct-31:1A
"Teacher shortage hits home", 96-May-28:1A
"Teachers push 4th R: raises", 96-Apr-15:1A
"Test results mixed", 96-Jan-04:1A
"Testing the teachers", 96-Aug-20:1B
"Volunteers weave 'Net links", 96-Oct-20:1B
BosParish-Sheriff's Dept.
"Local police agencies receive federal dollars", 96-Nov-27:1B
Bossier City, La.
"Bossier City street names tell of its history", 96-Mar-30:5B
"Inside our neighborhoods" [old north Bossier], 96-Feb-06:2B
"New day dawns in Bossier City community" [old north Bossier], 96-Feb-06:1A
"Town square set to grow", 96-Sep-18:1B
Bossier-Arts Council
"Arts council to provide super kids with super art", 96-Feb-02:1D
"Bossier Art Association sets spring festival", 96-Feb-27:3D
"Bossier City artist chosen to paint mural", 96-Sep-18:1E
"Council schedules six-week course", 96-Jun-08:1D
"East Bank Theater to be upgraded", 96-Aug-20:1D
"Group gears children toward arts", 96-Jan-31:1E
Bossier-Chamber of Commerce
"Bossier executive vies for Foster cabinet spot", 96-Jan-04:1B
"Brown earns ATHENA Award", 96-Oct-16:8B
"Chamber executive out of running for state post", 96-Jan-16:3B
"Chamber to unveil ATHENA winner", 96-Oct-15:8B
"Chambers plan annual banquets", 96-Jan-10:8B
"Group debates Amendment 1", 96-Sep-12:3B
"New Bossier president anticipates a whirlwind of activity in 1996", 96-Jan-14:1C
Bossier-City Council
"Art group presents its five-year plan to city", 96-Nov-13:1B
"B.C. mayor's salary could rise", 96-Apr-03:3B
"Bossier City Council closes bars to those under age 21", 96-Aug-07:1A
"Bossier City Council considers charging inmates medical fees", 96-Jul-16:3B
"Bossier City Council OKs split of Casino Magic taxes", 96-Oct-30:2B
"Bossier City finances stay strong", 96-Nov-06:3B
"Bossier City may boost mayor's pay", 96-Apr-02:1B
"Bossier City may spend gaming proceeds", 96-Apr-16:3B
"Bossier City may tighten zoning law", 96-Oct-20:1B
"Bossier City rejects bids for water project", 96-Dec-07:3B
"Bossier City rejects Willis-Knighton offer", 96-Mar-29:1A
"Bossier City shuts doors to parish's stray animals", 96-Feb-10:3B
"Bossier City to monitor Capitol via lobbying firm", 96-May-22:3B
"Bossier City to open bids on water plant", 96-Dec-02:1B
"Bossier City won't privatize its water, wastewater systems", 96-Sep-11:3B
"Bossier Council expected to roll back tax rates", 96-Oct-29:1B
"Bossier Council gives nod to raises", 96-Feb-07:1A
"Bossier has money to pursue expansion", 96-May-15:1B
"Bossier parkway plan OK'd", 96-Feb-21:1B
"Bossier wants LSU game in Shreveport", 96-Mar-27:1B
"City may extend pool schedule", 96-Aug-14:1B
"Club's dancers sold drugs, police say", 96-Sep-04:1B
"Council cuts funding for juvenile detention center", 96-Feb-07:3B
"Council OK Bossier annexation", 96-Jan-03:1B
"Council ready to charge inmates for medical requests", 96-Jul-03:3B
"Council restores juvenile detention funds", 96-Nov-20:2B
"Council to consider restoring Bossier juvenile center funds", 96-Oct-30:1B
"Council to consider widening stretch of La. 511", 96-Jun-04:4B
"Fitness center, eatery proposed", 96-Jul-10:1B
"ICON considers Bossier City 'enticing'", 96-Sep-12:5B
"Juvenile center in danger of closing", 96-Feb-04:1B
"Medical clinic visits could cost jail inmates in Bossier City", 96-Jun-26:1B
"New council president bullish on Bossier City", 96-Jul-11:3B
"New hospital divides Bossier City Council", 96-Jul-11:1B
"Parish hikes daily charge for juvenile center use", 96-Oct-10:2B
"Plans for Teague Parkway revised", 96-Jan-10:3B
"Private company makes offer to run Bossier City's water, sewer system", 96-Aug-28:1B
"Progress uproots neighbors", 96-Feb-20:1A
"Proposed law targets drinking among minors", 96-Jul-31:1B
"Teague Parkway extension OK'd", 96-Feb-08:3B
"Teague Parkway extension progressing", 96-Jun-05:3B
"Teague Parkway reroute draws resistant residents", 96-Jan-17:1B
Bossier-City Government
"Airline slated for a center turn lane", 96-Jul-26:1A
"B.C. may privatize services", 96-Jun-18:1B
"Bossier City may seek more money from casinos", 96-Sep-05:3B
"Bossier City mayor to announce re-election bid", 96-Dec-24:1B
"Bossier City offers to share money", 96-Nov-05:3B
"Bossier City official faces ethics probe", 96-Sep-28:1B
"Bossier City says it'll split money from Casino Magic", 96-Oct-02:1B
"Bossier City widening project won't begin this year", 96-Aug-29:1B
"City making improvements", 96-Nov-20:1B
"City saves $15M from boats", 96-Feb-21:1B
"Development of Cane's Landing on hold for now", 96-May-06:1B
"Glorioso cleared of ethics charges", 96-Nov-15:1B
"Officials look forward to expanded Bossier Civic Center", 96-Oct-06:1A
"Private company makes offer to run Bossier City's water, sewer system", 96-Aug-28:1B
Bossier-Economy
"Base brings dollars to area", 96-Mar-06:8B
"Bossier City turns into boom town", 96-Jan-28:1C
"N. Bossier lands new development", 96-Dec-17:1A
"Projects keep popping up in Bossier", 96-Jan-28:3C
"Seeds of local growth now in full bloom", 96-Jan-21:1C
See also Shreveport-Economy
Bossier-Environment
"Bossier City scores clean victory", 96-May-16:1A
"Creosote cleanup begins", 96-Jul-01:1A
"Environmental review on tap for Barksdale", 96-Jun-26:3B
"Larger recycling center planned in Bossier City", 96-Dec-07:3B
"Let the cleanup begin", 96-Jan-10:1A
"McCrery says government should adjust Superfund priorities", 96-Jan-10:4A
"New chemical attacks sewage odor in Bossier City", 96-Jul-16:1B
"One cleanup project ends as another is started", 96-Oct-03:1B
"Removal of tainted soil begins", 96-Oct-18:1B
"Restarting of Bossier water pumps is delayed", 96-Nov-27:5B
"Sampling to continue at old refinery site", 96-Jun-04:1B
"Toxic tests don't show if site is safe", 96-Jun-05:1B
Bossier-Fire Dept.
"Neighbors request new fire stations", 96-Dec-15:1B
Bossier-Medical Center
"BMC names interim chief", 96-Aug-28:8B
"Bossier Medical Center loses money", 96-Oct-16:3B
"Bossier Medical Center to collect canned goods for World Food Day", 96-Oct-09:1E
"Bossier Medical Center will cut more than 30 positions", 96-Dec-07:2B
"Hospital affiliation bears fruit", 96-Feb-03:10B
Bossier-Metropolitan Planning Commission
"Bossier City may tighten zoning law", 96-Oct-20:1B
"Bossier Parish lands 18-hole golf course, subdivision", 96-Sep-07:1A
"Bossier seeks revitalized downtown", 96-Mar-08:1A
"Commission gets look at subdivision", 96-Sep-17:1B
"Landscaping issue grows", 96-Aug-01:1B
"MPC declines to back plan to unsnarl traffic", 96-Nov-19:3B
"MPC to pursue fines against Wal-Mart", 96-Oct-22:1B
"Wal-mart won't face fine for landscape", 96-Nov-03:1B
Bossier-Parish
"Area libraries prepare to go online", 96-Sep-09:1B
"Insurance company owns most Bossier acreage", 96-Apr-01:5A
Bossier-Police Dept.
"Bossier City crime rate drops 24%", 96-Apr-17:1B
"Bossier City honors its finest", 96-Mar-04:3B
"Bossier City police center to open this month", 96-Jul-03:1B
"Bossier City police crack down on drugs, arrest more suspects", 96-Aug-12:1A
"Bossier City police set up drug hot line", 96-Jul-24:1B
"Bossier City police to get new, modern portable radios", 96-Dec-20:1B
"Bossier City reports decrease in crime for 3rd year in a row", 96-Oct-26:2B
"Bossier City sees huge drop in crime", 96-Jan-25:4B
"Bossier City's new police chief gets high praise", 96-Aug-23:1B
"Bossier City's training center for police opens for business", 96-Jul-30:2B
"Bossier police drop brutality probe", 96-Mar-06:3B
"Bossier police probe beating allegation", 96-Feb-22:3B
"Bossier promotes 14 police officers", 96-Feb-23:1B
"Design gaffes hold up police training center", 96-Mar-06:1B
"Electric bikes donated to police", 96-Dec-18:2B
"Interim chief gets mayor's nod", 96-Feb-03:3B
"More officers on tap in Bossier, Greenwood", 96-Dec-20:1A
"Officers promoted in Bossier City", 96-Nov-01:1B
"Police seek more room", 96-Nov-21:1B
Bossier-Riverfront Development
"Horseshoe reveals high-rise hotel plans", 96-Mar-19:1A
Boxing
"Shreveport boxer's big shot hinges on ratings", 96-Jul-01:1C
"Stardom hovers over local boxer", 96-Jun-15:3C
"Stephens takes split decision from Davis", 96-Jun-16:7D
Bradshaw, Terry
"Blond Bomber", 96-Aug-17:1C
"Bradshaw ducks media attention", 96-Jan-23:1C
Breaux, Sen. John
"Breaux hopes to settle crawfish trade fight", 96-Jun-08:10B
"Breaux to concentrate on Centrist Coalition's budget proposals", 96-Jun-10:2A
"Breaux, Blanco help warm up crowd", 96-Aug-30:7A
"Congress to debate insurance", 96-Apr-15:1A
"Johnston, Breaux endorse Landrieu, blast Jenkins", 96-Oct-16:3B
"Johnston-Breaux divided on line-item veto measure", 96-Apr-10:10A
"La. lawmakers take free trips far, wide", 96-Jun-15:5A
"La. senators both agree welfare bill is not perfect", 96-Aug-02:4A
"La. senators praise Clinton's picks", 96-Dec-06:7A
"Lawmakers make Florida top freebie distination", 96-May-27:1A
"Louisiana delegates find much to like in speech", 96-Jan-24:4A
"Louisiana lawmakers call plane crash tragic and unfortunate", 96-Apr-04:5A
"Louisiana lawmakers divided over plan", 96-Feb-05:5A
"McCrery, Hayes like flat tax idea, but don't endorse any one plan", 96-Jan-22:3B
"North Louisiana lawmakers say gas hike due to supply, demand", 96-May-02:8A
"Public mum on gas-tax repeal issue", 96-May-13:1A
"Senators Johnston, Breaux to speak at Red River Valley Association meet", 96-Feb-12:6B
"State Medicaid bailout included in bill", 96-Apr-26:4A
Brock, Eric
"1954 plane crash was historic blow to city", 96-Jan-06:5B
"19th Century sculptors' art in cemeteries", 96-Nov-23:11A
"20th Century buildings mark downtown", 96-May-04:5B
"A cemetery tour of Shreveport's founders", 96-Apr-27:5B
"A discovery reveals occupied Shreveport", 96-Dec-21:11A
"Alden Bridge thrived, then vanished", 96-Dec-28:11A
"Austin Place's collection of historic homes", 96-Sep-14:7A
"Bossier City street names tell of its history", 96-Mar-30:5B
"Bossier City's flag: Recent but rarely seen", 96-Aug-10:5B
"Brookwood Gardens grandeur a memory", 96-Apr-13:5B
"C.E. Byrd: A father of public schools here", 96-Jun-08:5B
"Cast iron fences once were everywhere", 96-Aug-24:5B
"Cities, parishes, Centenary issued scrip", 96-Sep-07:9A
"Downtown stands on Larkin Edwards' land", 96-Jan-20:5B
"Downtown's oil boom buildings going fast", 96-May-11:5B
"First TV broadcast from here in the 1920s", 96-Nov-30:11A
"From a 'Rathole' to 'Thriving and Lovely'", 96-Jul-06:5B
"General Smith never let Shreveport fall", 96-Apr-22:5B
"Henry Adams: Shreveport Civil Rights pioneer", 96-Feb-10:5B
"Hospital a fine legacy for T.E. Schumpert", 96-Oct-26:11A
"How we were almost Shreveport, Texas", 96-Jan-27:5B
"Lambert's landscaped part of city history", 96-Jan-13:5B
"Local department stores came and went", 96-Dec-07:11A
"Many a college has come and gone here", 96-Nov-02:11A
"Many governors called Shreveport home", 96-May-25:5B
"Mardi Gras grows now, but fizzled earlier", 96-Feb-17:5B
"Peter Youree: Broke soldier to city father", 96-Mar-09:5B
"Pickett's investment helped found city", 96-Jun-01:5B
"Remnants of grand old homes survive", 96-Sep-28:19A
"Rev. M.E. Dodd's legacy still seen in city", 96-Oct-12:11A
"Shreveport Confederate, hero at Vicksburg", 96-Aug-17:5B
"Shreveport got on the phone fairly early", 96-Nov-16:11A
"Shreveport Rabbi, Union's Jewish Chaplain", 96-Oct-05:9A
"Shreveport streetcars once set the pace", 96-Nov-09:9A
"Shreveport's flag may soon wave more", 96-Jun-29:5B
"South Highlands began as a separate town", 96-Aug-31:5B
"Tally's survives from early theater era", 96-Mar-23:5B
"The Coopers of Cooper Road (MLK)", 96-Oct-19:9A
"The Easter Basket ladies left a legacy", 96-Apr-06:5B
"The local department store era faded", 96-Dec-14:11A
"The Shed-covered road of Bossier Parish", 96-Mar-16:5B
"The Strip: Big bands, prostitutes and Elvis", 96-Mar-02:5B
"The Washington-Youree: Elegance gone by", 96-May-18:5B
"This wasn't always a one-newspaper town", 96-Jun-15:5B
"Trivia: Where are the elephants buried?", 96-Feb-03:5B
"Two U.S.S. Shreveports and one U.S.S. Caddo", 96-Jul-27:5B
"Utilities changed, and vexed, Shreveporters", 96-Jun-22:5B
"Which church came first? It depends...", 96-Feb-24:5B
"Who are Willis and Knighton?", 96-Jul-20:5B
"Woodruff: Non-native hero of the epidemic", 96-Jul-13:5B
Brun, Rep. Roy
"Brun aims to boost La. speed limit to 70", 96-Nov-09:1A
"State Rep. Roy Brun retains GOP job", 96-Nov-17:1B
Bryson, Elizabeth Leigh
"Judge's daughter dies in Mississippi", 96-Feb-06:5B
"Obituary", 96-Feb-07:2B
Buildings (Historic)
"Ex-hotel to check out [Gardner Hotel], 96-Jan-31:1A
Byrd High School
"Alumni put a lot of work into reunion", 96-Jun-02:2E
"Book chronicles school's history", 96-Jun-02:1E
"Byrd alumni flock to reunion", 96-Jun-09:1B
"Byrd alumni plan Ultimate Reunion II", 96-Mar-22:1B
"Byrd alumni reward students for Ultimate Reunion II help", 96-May-04:3B
"Byrd girls make history by reaching soccer finals", 96-Feb-17:1C
"Byrd High School wins Blue Ribbon", 96-May-31:1B
"Byrd High transforms into a diverse world", 96-Apr-28:1B
"Byrd is honored with Blue Ribbon national award", 96-Feb-13:1A
"Byrd named among nation's top schools", 96-Feb-13:9A
"Byrd names Hall of Fame inductees", 96-Apr-06:1B
"Byrd realizes dream in national award", 96-Mar-30:1B
"Byrd seeks respect, state soccer championship", 96-Feb-24:1C
"C.E. Byrd Highsteppers to dance at 1996 Olympics", 96-Feb-29:3B
"C.E. Byrd: A father of public schools here", 96-Jun-08:5B
"Former Byrd principal dies", 96-Jul-16:2B
"Former students, faculty inducted into Hall of Fame", 96-Jun-02:2E
"From start to finish: Byrd claims history-making state soccer title", 96-Feb-25:1D
"Navy Secretary Dalton visiting here today", 96-Jun-07:1A
"The roots run deep for the 'City of Byrd' ", 96-Jun-02:1E
"Thieves take Byrd High computers", 96-Jun-19:1B
"Ultimate Reunion II", 96-Jun-02:1E

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Caddo-Association of Educators
"Group fetes honorees on the riverfront", 96-May-20:1B
Caddo-Bossier Zoological Association
"Voters hold zoo's fate", 96-Jan-23:1A
Caddo-Community Action Agency
"Community agency schedules banquet", 96-May-15:1E
"Community Center gets thumbs up on upgrades", 96-Mar-06:3E
"Ex-director accuses CCAA, Caddo Commission of racism", 96-Nov-09:1B
"High court judge to speak at Lynch awards", 96-May-23:2B
Caddo-Correctional Center
"Caddo inmates to pay medical fees", 96-Mar-15:1B
"Commission debates inmates' doctor fee", 96-Jan-12:1B
"Courtroom through a camera", 96-Sep-14:1B
"Faulty budgeting led to medical shortfall", 96-Sep-27:1B
"Fees curb prisoners 'frivolous' doctor trips", 96-Aug-10:1A
"Inmates may start paying for clinic care", 96-Feb-18:1A
"New jail helps curb bad checks", 96-Jan-08:3B
"Parish grand jury criticizes Shreveport, old Caddo jails", 96-Jul-18:1B
"State inmates face medical care fees", 96-Jul-14:1A
Caddo-Detention Center
"Caddo OKs more talks on juvenile facility", 96-Nov-26:1B
"Caddo Parish OKs giving old prison to the state", 96-Aug-23:3B
"Detention center closer to getting funds", 96-Jun-03:1A
"Detention center's plans hinge on matching funds", 96-Sep-03:1A
"Empty Caddo Detention Center donated to state", 96-Apr-12:1A
"Empty jail becoming albatross", 96-Apr-07:1B
"Former CDC to house 400 elderly, infirm prisoners", 96-Nov-30:1A
"Inmates clean up old jail", 96-Nov-02:1B
"New mission: Old CDC gets new life with older prisoners", 96-Nov-30:3B
"Our prisons are graying", 96-Nov-29:1A
"Prison transfer will spark planning on parish property", 96-Aug-01:1B
"State funding may dry up in '96 for CDC takeover", 96-May-06:1A
Caddo-Indians
"Caddo Adai powwow shines", 96-Jul-07:1B
"Caddo Adai Tribe to hold its annual powwow", 96-Jul-04:3B
Caddo-Juvenile Justice Center
See CadParish-Juvenile Justice Complex
Caddo-Lake
"Caddo Lake's origin clearing up", 96-Jan-13:5B
"Caddo Lake: Endangered jewel", 96-Jun-24:1A
"Interior secretary to visit Caddo Lake", 96-Mar-09:3B
"Oil sheen on Caddo Lake probed", 96-Dec-28:1B
"Wildlife officials aim to eliminate water hyacinths in Caddo Lake", 96-Sep-04:1B
Caddo-Magnet High School
"Caddo Magnet fills All-State Orchestra", 96-Nov-04:1B
"Caddo Magnet opens hi-tech language lab", 96-Feb-09:1B
"Caddo Magnet takes academic decathlon", 96-Feb-25:3B
"Caddo Magnet to take on nation in mock trials", 96-Apr-17:3E
"Caddo students take first chairs", 96-Nov-17:1B
"Orchestra fines tunes pieces for Carnegie", 96-Mar-19:1B
"Principal receives award from DAR", 96-Sep-18:1B
Caddo-Parish
"Country time", 96-Sep-22:1E
"Muslow Oil & Gas tops Caddo land holdings", 96-Apr-01:5A
CadParish-Commission
"1st dry hydrant to be installed", 96-Jan-21:1B
"Absence of legal defense prompts 3 resignations", 96-Feb-09:3B
"Are jail law libraries past due?", 96-Jun-29:1B
"Assessment in: Parish, council to lower property taxes", 96-Sep-10:1A
"Board OKs garage-but not enough money", 96-Oct-11:1B
"Board renews paid leave for Durham", 96-Sep-06:1B
"Board upholds ex-commissioner's fine", 96-Oct-24:5B
"Bossier City says it'll split money from Casino Magic", 96-Oct-02:1B
"Bossier jurors ask historian to eye boundary", 96-May-09:1B
"Caddo bench stays on parish cases", 96-Jul-19:1B
"Caddo Commission introduces laws to roll back property taxes", 96-Sep-13:3B
"Caddo Commission sets hours on parish parks", 96-Nov-28:6B
"Caddo Commission to build parking garage with Shreveport's help", 96-May-08:1A
"Caddo Commission to hold hearing", 96-Nov-25:1B
"Caddo Commission: All voters should decide gambling issue", 96-Apr-09:5A
"Caddo commissioners to vote on freezing hiring and firing", 96-Mar-12:3B
"Caddo government grand jury investigation continues today", 96-Jun-24:1B
"Caddo government quiet", 96-Jun-26:5B
"Caddo inmates to pay medical fees", 96-Mar-15:1B
"Caddo officials debate role of race", 96-Jun-17:1A
"Caddo officials plead not guilty to felony charges", 96-Jul-16:1A
"Caddo OKs incentives to entice companies", 96-Nov-15:8B
"Caddo OKs more detention money", 96-Dec-11:2B
"Caddo OKs more talks on juvenile facility", 96-Nov-26:1B
"Caddo Parish Commission supports local option", 96-Feb-23:1B
"Caddo Parish OKs giving old prison to the state", 96-Aug-23:3B
"Caddo parks consider curfew", 96-Nov-15:1B
"Caddo passes whistle-blower protection law", 96-Mar-15:1A
"Caddo plans incentives for firms to locate here", 96-Nov-13:8B
"Caddo to reconsider Durham's paid leave", 96-Oct-30:3B
"Charter sets rules for removal of administrator", 96-Jun-25:5B
"City will turn down parish money, citing political strings", 96-Nov-30:1B
"Cleanup work begins at 7 Caddo dumpsites", 96-Oct-28:1A
"Commission debates inmates' doctor fee", 96-Jan-12:1B
"Commission delays action on Durham's leave", 96-Dec-10:1B
"Commission investigative ordinance reintroduced", 96-Feb-21:1B
"Commission nixes footing bills for trip, ad", 96-Apr-23:3B
"Commission president insists he's no tempest", 96-Jan-15:1B
"Commission suit settled out of court", 96-Feb-08:1B
"Commission to consider renewal of paid leave for Durham", 96-Sep-05:1B
"Commission to decide Durham's future Dec. 9", 96-Nov-16:1A
"Commission to vote on local option", 96-Feb-21:1B
"Commission trio faces felony convictions", 96-Jun-25:5B
"Commissioner calls meeting about juvenile detention funds", 96-Aug-06:3B
"Commissioner lobbies for criminal-court complex", 96-May-21:1B
"Commissioner may stay in office as he awaits trial", 96-Jun-26:5B
"Commissioner says UAW chief trying to sway voting decisions", 96-Jul-23:1B
"Commissioners charge racism over votes on charities", 96-Apr-09:1B
"Commissioners might insist on two libraries", 96-Nov-26:3B
"Commissioners now state's 5th highest paid", 96-Jan-22:1A
"Commissioners ordered before a grand jury", 96-Jun-13:1B
"Commissioners storm out of meeting", 96-Jun-28:1A
"Commissioners to testify in video poker trial", 96-May-03:3B
"Committee suggests locating garage on Texas", 96-Oct-08:1B
"Community Center gets thumbs up on upgrades", 96-Mar-06:3E
"Compromise gives commission presidency to Dumas", 96-Jan-09:1A
"Cost likely to rule out landfill at jail site", 96-Mar-26:1B
"Councilman wants removal of Durham declared invalid", 96-Jul-22:1B
"Courthouse needs new stairwell", 96-May-10:3B
"Critics blast Caddo's hiring of fired worker", 96-Feb-09:1B
"DA launches probe of parish hiring", 96-Mar-02:1B
"DA probes alledged request to change Durham vote", 96-Jul-18:1B
"DA widens probe into Caddo business deal", 96-Mar-14:1B
"Debate swirls over site of downtown garage", 96-Jun-24:1A
"Defense accused of causing delays in case of Caddo Parish officials", 96-Nov-15:2B
"District attorney in parish case decides to stay on", 96-Jul-16:4A
"Durham given paid leave again", 96-Dec-13:1B
"Durham leave extended once again", 96-Nov-06:1B
"Durham refuses to quit", 96-Jun-26:1A
"Durham to consider a leave with pay", 96-Jun-27:1A
"Durham to take paid leave", 96-Jul-11:1A
"Durham turns over personnel records", 96-Mar-22:3B
"Empty Caddo Detention Center donated to state", 96-Apr-12:1A
"Ethics hearing set for Johnny Reid", 96-Jul-09:3B
"Ex-Caddo commissioner lets fine deadline pass", 96-Jun-01:1B
"Ex-director accuses CCAA, Caddo Commission of racism", 96-Nov-09:1B
"Faulty budgeting led to medical shortfall", 96-Sep-27:1B
"Fire chiefs want power to veto outdoor burning", 96-Mar-12:1B
"Forged documents were for cover-up, DA says", 96-Jun-26:5B
"Forgery charges remain for Caddo officials", 96-Nov-23:1B
"Free water service draws Caddo Commission probe", 96-Jan-12:3B
"Fund shift could hurt area social programs", 96-Nov-01:1B
"Grand jury begins Caddo government probe", 96-Jun-21:1A
"Grand jury investigation lengthens", 96-Jun-22:1B
"Grand jury to hear Caddo case today", 96-Jun-18:1A
"Group set to study combined city-parish government", 96-May-27:1B
"Hearing on officials' felony cases postponed", 96-Aug-23:3B
"Holloway sentenced to 42 months in jail", 96-Nov-21:1A
"Indictment of Aytch shocks his constituents", 96-Jun-26:5B
"Judge orders handwriting sample from Judy Durham", 96-Oct-18:1B
"Judge to decide parish officials' fate", 96-Nov-14:1B
"Judges may withdraw from officials' cases", 96-Jul-17:1B
"Judy Durham delines request to step down", 96-Jun-26:5B
"Local officials slam Foster's affirmative action stance", 96-Jan-23:1B
"Measures tabled to oust Dumas, reinstate Durham", 96-Jul-23:3B
"Meeting to address district 6 concerns", 96-Feb-13:1B
"Minority commissioners plan boycott", 96-Jun-12:1B
"More space sought for juvenile detention center", 96-Jun-11:1B
"Names of whistle blowers are protected, attorney says", 96-Apr-12:1B
"Official to stay night at juvenile center", 96-Mar-21:1B
"Officials hope to rustle up aid", 96-Jun-04:1B
"Officials seek dismissal of forgery charges", 96-Oct-15:1B
"Ordinance cuts perks for volunteer posts", 96-Mar-26:3B
"Outdoor burning ordinance passes", 96-Mar-29:1B
"Panel reschedules special meeting", 96-Aug-14:1B
"Parish employees adjust to executives' turmoil", 96-Jul-12:1B
"Parish files for dismissal of discrimination lawsuit", 96-Apr-26:3B
"Parish garage would help courthouse, office buildings", 96-Jun-24:2A
"Parish to use industrial lot to woo plant", 96-Oct-08:8B
"Park's lack of amenities worries ICON president", 96-Oct-08:3B
"Parking committee causing problems on Caddo Commission", 96-Aug-25:3B
"Parties share equal representation on commission", 96-Jan-08:1B
"Passion to lead", 96-Aug-08:1A
"Plans for special audit scrapped", 96-Aug-20:3B
"Plans target city parking problem", 96-Jun-08:1A
"Pro-union Caddo workers protected from reprisals", 96-Apr-26:3B
"Proposals on Durham, Dumas tabled again", 96-Jul-26:3B
"Put new libraries on school land, group tells Caddo Commission", 96-Oct-26:3B
"Reid fined in ethics complaint", 96-Feb-17:1B
"Reid yet to pay fine", 96-Apr-25:3B
"Report claims parish document was altered", 96-Dec-11:2B
"Republicans seek commissioner's ouster", 96-Nov-16:1B
"Request from Caddo officials rejected", 96-Dec-21:1B
"Residents want input on library", 96-Oct-19:1B
"Split over Durham's fate likely to spark commission battle", 96-Jun-25:5B
"State auditor opens file on Caddo", 96-Apr-10:1B
"State will continue its retirement suit", 96-Jun-30:1B
"Tar, clay pellets on roads raise residents' ire", 96-Sep-09:1A
"The main players in Caddo controversy", 96-Jun-25:5B
"Three Caddo Parish officials indicted on felony charges", 96-Jun-25:1A
"Three indicted parish officials to plead today", 96-Jul-15:1A
"UAW: No strings on Webb's votes", 96-Jul-24:1B
"Vote can't stop debate on where to park garage", 96-Jun-14:3B
"Vote to oust Durham still up in the air", 96-Jul-09:1B
"Voters could raise 911 fee in election", 96-Jun-14:1B
"Voters may be asked for juvenile detention tax", 96-Aug-10:1B
"Walkout halts decision on Durham", 96-Oct-31:1A
"Whistle-blower faces salary cut under plan", 96-Jun-11:1A
"Whistle-blower hot line is quiet so far", 96-Mar-16:1B
"Woman may sue parish", 96-Sep-10:1B
"Woman sues Caddo for hiring snub", 96-Mar-30:1B
CadParish-Courthouse
"Courthouse needs new stairwell", 96-May-10:3B
"Courthouse security tightened", 96-Jan-13:1B
CadParish-Government
"Caddo doles out $10,000 to fight pension lawsuit", 96-Feb-05:1B
"Caddo hires man fired from state post", 96-Feb-08:1A
"Caddo OKs public works tax renewal", 96-Mar-13:8A
"DA to present Caddo Parish findings to grand jury", 96-Jun-05:1A
"Ex-Caddo employee accepted cash for licenses", 96-Feb-15:3B
"Hanna set to take over parish government", 96-Jul-11:6A
"Holloway says he conducted personal investigation", 96-Jul-10:1A
"Property taxes soar in Caddo", 96-Aug-30:1A
"Questions raised over tuition plan", 96-Jan-03:1B
"State will continue its retirement suit", 96-Jun-30:1B
"Worker resigns disputed position", 96-Feb-10:1A
CadParish-Juvenile Justice Center
"Caddo, Bossier leaders to discuss joint juvenile detention center", 96-Nov-24:1A
"Juvenile center gets a face lift", 96-Jan-08:1B
"Juvenile center swells with inmates", 96-Aug-05:1A
CadParish-Juvenile Justice Complex
"Access to weapons fuels youth crime", 96-Mar-17:1A
"Incident rings an alarm", 96-Mar-12:1B
"Juvenile center riot ends with injuries, arrests", 96-Feb-27:1B
CadParish-Levee Board
"Members named to levee board", 96-Nov-28:1B
CadParish-School Board
"2nd arts magnet school planned", 96-Jan-04:1B
"5 charter-school plans reviewed", 96-Feb-16:1A
"85 express interest in charter school concept", 96-Jan-09:1B
"Board considers new truancy policy", 96-Jul-24:1A
"Board may reconsider health plan premiums", 96-Jun-05:1B
"Board to decide year-round schools' fate today", 96-Mar-27:1A
"Caddo board considers school uniforms", 96-Nov-21:3B
"Caddo Board tackles teacher pay", 96-Jan-17:1B
"Caddo considers revamping insurance", 96-Feb-08:1B
"Caddo may lose charter school slot", 96-May-28:3B
"Caddo mulls raising teacher salaries", 96-Jan-18:3B
"Caddo Parish moves forward with charter schools process", 96-Jan-03:1B
"Caddo Parish school system earns passing grade", 96-Feb-22:1B
"Caddo plan earmarks $1M for wiring", 96-May-22:1B
"Caddo School Board kills health insurance plan", 96-Nov-07:1B
"Caddo School Board to vote on benefits", 96-May-01:1B
"Caddo superintendent earns La. award", 96-Oct-11:1A
"Caddo teacher group gets charter", 96-Dec-25:1B
"Caddo teachers could receive increase in pay", 96-Aug-17:1B
"Caddo teachers will get pay raise", 96-Aug-22:1B
"Caddo, Bossier school superintendents faced challenges in first year in office", 96-Jun-16:1A
"Charter-school requests drop throughout state", 96-Mar-05:5B
"Choice big prize in health plan swap", 96-Jun-08:1B
"Differing figures prompt computer inventory", 96-Nov-24:3B
"Educators debate insurance", 96-Apr-26:1B
"Educators' group: One-time bonus isn't enough", 96-Feb-09:3B
"Employee health insurance returns to Caddo School Board's agenda", 96-Sep-18:5B
"Equity in prep sports", 96-Dec-08:1A
"Equity in sports", 96-Dec-08:2B
"Fewer, longer classes set for North Caddo this fall", 96-Apr-18:1B
"Foster to make recommendation for deputy superintendent post", 96-Mar-26:1B
"Insurance costs on today's agenda", 96-Feb-07:1B
"Insurance decision delayed again", 96-Oct-17:2B
"Insurance plan OK postponed", 96-May-02:1B
"Insurance plan still irks school employees", 96-May-31:1B
"Mandates weigh on schools", 96-Aug-21:1B
"Meeting time change keeps teachers in mind, board says", 96-Oct-03:2B
"N.Caddo supports block scheduling", 96-Apr-04:3B
"New school board leaders make wish lists for 1997", 96-Dec-24:1A
"New school board leaders prepare to face issues", 96-Dec-24:2B
"Oak Park parents seek President Pugh's public apology", 96-May-23:3B
"Officials close to resolving sex discrimination lawsuit", 96-Jun-26:1B
"Officials field questions about charter schools", 96-Jan-30:3B
"Parents gender suit against Caddo", 96-Nov-28:1A
"Politics creep into Caddo School Board decision", 96-Jun-08:2B
"Powell outlines his objectives for term", 96-Dec-24:2B
"Promised insurance cuts won't happen", 96-May-23:1B
"Retired teachers fight to choose own health plan", 96-Sep-27:1B
"Scholarships aid vo-tech students", 96-Feb-24:1B
"School Board approves new leaders", 96-Dec-19:1B
"School Board finalizes its insurance plan", 96-Dec-19:2B
"School Board hit with grievance", 96-May-24:1B
"School Board member's wife pulls name from principal's job", 96-Oct-12:1B
"School Board OKs stricter truancy policy", 96-Aug-08:1A
"School Board ponders its insurance again", 96-Jun-27:1B
"School Board sets '96 agenda today", 96-Jan-03:1B
"School Board studies block scheduling", 96-Apr-17:1B
"School Board to finish July agenda", 96-Aug-07:1B
"School boards meet at convention", 96-Mar-01:3B
"School boards to elect officers", 96-Dec-18:1B
"School meeting is rescheduled", 96-Jul-26:1B
"School officials continue study of health plan", 96-Sep-19:1B
"School rules drawing criticism", 96-Nov-21:1A
"School's use of funds under investigation", 96-Jan-02:1B
"Schools celebrate students' writing", 96-Apr-22:1D
"Schools chart new course", 96-Jan-11:1A
"Schools to get extra $6 million", 96-Feb-08:1A
"State sues Caddo Parish School Board", 96-Mar-13:2B
"Superintendent vetoes charter schools", 96-Mar-24:1A
"Teacher group files grievance against Caddo School Board", 96-Aug-23:1B
"Teachers win health plan battle", 96-Jun-06:1B
"Valuable Resources", 96-Mar-15:1D
"Year-round schools approved, charter schools rejected", 96-Mar-28:1A
CadParish-Schools
"6 Caddo school cafeterias cited for code violations", 96-Oct-11:1B
"ADD charter school scrapped, but help is still available", 96-Mar-09:3B
"Area schools' construction plans heat up", 96-Jul-01:1B
"Art programs battle limits", 96-Dec-05:1B
"Caddo cuts its dropout rate in half for 1994-1995", 96-Jun-01:1A
"Caddo officials visit Texas boot camp", 96-Oct-15:2B
"Caddo school system makes the grade with parents", 96-Feb-26:1B
"Caddo schools to lose teachers", 96-Dec-29:1B
"Cards strengthen school security", 96-Dec-05:1A
"Charter school applicant withdraws", 96-Mar-07:1B
"Computers, curriculum coincide in classroom", 96-Nov-18:3B
"Crime still present, but declining", 96-Apr-23:1A
"Cutbacks threaten at-risk children", 96-Feb-23:1A
"Districts face technology challenge", 96-Nov-18:1A
"Districts name year's outstanding teachers", 96-Sep-12:1A
"Educator finds success through commitment to teaching", 96-Apr-01:1A
"Educators gather here to ponder solutions", 96-Mar-04:1A
"Efforts to reorganize central staff gain steam", 96-Apr-08:1B
"Engineering grads poised for future", 96-Mar-02:1A
"Exit-exam failures thin ranks at graduations", 96-May-15:1A
"First school health clinic now open at Linwood Middle School", 96-Mar-26:3B
"Five schools submit propsals for charters in Caddo Parish", 96-Feb-13:1A
"Foster anticipated board politics", 96-Jun-16:8A
"Funding vs. latest technology", 96-Nov-18:2B
"Gateway to success", 96-Apr-06:1A
"Goals 2000", 96-Jan-22:1B
"Grading Caddo Parish schools", 96-Feb-26:1B
"Grants make learning vivid", 96-Dec-17:1B
"Grants may make a world of difference for students", 96-May-28:1A
"High school students can schedule classes now", 96-Aug-14:1B
"Local educators say more training, better pay needed", 96-Sep-13:1A
"Magnet schools attract students", 96-Jan-26:1A
"Oak Park loses reimbursement for improper spending of Goals 2000 funds", 96-Mar-15:1B
"Passport to business world: DECA program prepares teens for work force", 96-Feb-14:8B
"Profiling our schools", 96-Jun-01:4A
"Reading, writing & enrolling", 96-Aug-23:1A
"Reading, writing, arithmetic & English", 96-Oct-08:1A
"Report: Teacher aids could help ease shortages", 96-Apr-03:6A
"School uniforms grab attention", 96-Sep-12:1A
"Schools below par, report says", 96-Oct-23:1B
"Schools reap huge harvest from riverboats", 96-Jun-16:3B
"Senators hear about education", 96-Sep-25:1B
"Sophomores may have to take CAT", 96-May-21:1B
"State superintendent helps Caddo schools kick off the new year", 96-Aug-21:3B
"Student clinic to open at Linwood Middle", 96-Mar-11:1A
"Students study beneath the stars", 96-Oct-13:1B
"Supervisors give teachers a hand", 96-Dec-19:1A
"Teacher salaries still lag", 96-Oct-31:1A
"Teacher shortage hits home", 96-May-28:1A
"Test results mixed", 96-Jan-04:1A
"Testing the teachers", 96-Aug-20:1B
"Title IX complaints common in other districts", 96-Dec-30:1B
"Turner principal James Becken retires after 35 years in class", 96-Jun-14:1B
"Two Caddo juvenile judges call for change in court policy", 96-Nov-07:3B
"Volunteers weave 'Net links", 96-Oct-20:1B
"Year-round schooling: can it pass the test in Caddo Parish?", 96-Jan-19:1A
CadParish-Sheriff's Dept.
"Deputy receives national award for bravery in the line of duty", 96-Apr-05:3B
"Federal funds to bring Caddo 7 new deputies", 96-May-16:1A
"Hathaway assumes national post today", 96-Jun-19:1B
"Local police agencies receive federal dollars", 96-Nov-27:1B
Campbell, Sen. Foster
"Bossier, Webster to pilot summer school next year", 96-Jun-12:2B
"Campbell 'very interested' in making run for PSC", 96-Jun-16:1B
"Campbell renews push for oil tax", 96-May-13:1B
"Campbell won't seek PSC post", 96-Jul-12:4A
"Foster considers settlement on disputed oil company taxes", 96-Jul-20:1B
"Lawmaker vows to deliver control over BEEF revenues", 96-Jun-07:1B
Canadian Football League
"Ark-La-Tex group asks for time to seal deal", 96-Feb-02:1C
"Ark-La-Tex group evaluates options for future franchise", 96-Feb-04:4D
"Barracudas happy to have new home", 96-Jan-06:1C
"Bid for Birmingham CFL team strikes gold", 96-Jan-06:1A
"Canadian Football League facing yet another crisis", 96-Aug-29:2C
"CFL closes door on Ark-La-Tex", 96-Feb-03:1A
"CFL decision disappoints group", 96-Feb-03:1C
"CFL officials worry Cudas deal in the water", 96-Jan-23:1C
"CFL plans for 1996 in limbo", 96-Jan-25:1C
"CFL puts deadline pressure on buyers", 96-Jan-10:1A
"Confusion clouds week's CFL meetings", 96-Feb-01:1C
"Deadline closes in for local CFL group", 96-Jan-31:1C
"End of an error: CFL's American dream disintegrates too soon", 96-Feb-04:1D
"Final CFL game in America destined for courtroom", 96-Feb-14:1C
"Group makes bid on Barracudas", 96-Jan-04:1A
"It's time for the CFL's training camps and no one cares", 96-May-29:3C
"Local group pushes back CFL deadline", 96-Jan-11:1A
"Local group still waiting for Cudas to take bait", 96-Jan-05:1C
"New CFL deadline buys local investors some time", 96-Jan-12:1C
"Pirates may not have offer to refuse", 96-Jan-19:1A
"Pirates rejected by Virginia cities", 96-Jan-17:1C
"Pirates still plan to fight to stay in Virginia", 96-Jan-18:1C
"Players stunned by CFL's sudden U.S. departure", 96-Feb-04:4D
"The CFL way is certain to keep you laughing till you cry", 96-Jan-26:2C
"This week could see a bid for Barracudas", 96-Jan-02:1C
Cane River
"Work under way at Cane River", 96-Jun-07:1B
Caruthers, John D.
"Outlook" [Special Section], 96-Feb-26:SS
Cary, Roy
"Cary sentenced in firearms case", 96-Jan-27:1B
"Cary's jail sentence appealed", 96-Jan-06:1B
"Legal issues ensnarl Cary's future", 96-Jul-28:3B
"Roy Cary reports to federal prison", 96-Mar-05:5B
Catholic Church
"A holy happy birthday" [Holy Trinity], 96-Jan-27:1A
"Area diocese ordains 1st Latino", 96-Jun-09:1A
"Big bang vs. Creation", 96-Mar-09:6B
"Catholic Diocese celebrates 10 years", 96-Sep-15:1A
"Catholic Diocese of Shreveport names vicar general", 96-Nov-12:1B
"Catholic leaders denounce gambling", 96-Aug-29:1B
"Enrollment at Catholic schools increases", 96-Sep-15:10A
"Legal system pauses for prayer", 96-May-04:1B
"Mass for elderly shows depth of faith", 96-Dec-12:1B
"St. John Berchmans priest is transferred to Bossier City", 96-Feb-27:1A
Cedar Grove
"Cedar Grove resident sees results", 96-Feb-16:1B
"Crackdown stills streets of Cedar Grove", 96-Feb-18:1B
"Hope, pride supersede community's fears", 96-Dec-10:SS
"Man has mission to rebuild community", 96-Aug-27:1A
"Police target Cedar Grove", 96-Feb-15:1A
Cemeteries
"19th Century sculptors' art in cemeteries", 96-Nov-23:11A
Centenary College
"209 graduate from Centenary College", 96-May-07:5C
"A feast for the eyes", 96-Aug-25:1E
"A successful formula", 96-Apr-24:1B
"Art reception planned at college", 96-Jul-30:1D
"Author Paul Auster to receive Centenary's Corrington Award", 96-Apr-14:1E
"Book sale to benefit students", 96-Sep-13:1B
"Centenary again ranks with top Southern colleges", 96-Sep-06:1B
"Centenary announces dean's list for fall semester", 96-Jan-17:3E
"Centenary awards honors to 201 students", 96-May-22:5E
"Centenary Choir sets Haydn Mass", 96-Feb-03:1D
"Centenary Choir sets Rhapsody in View", 96-Oct-25:1D
"Centenary dean's list announced", 96-Jun-19:6E
"Centenary Film Society opens its season tonight", 96-Sep-24:1D
"Centenary gets ready for visit from Kemp", 96-Sep-17:1A
"Centenary graduates 209", 96-May-05:1B
"Centenary group schedules colorful trio", 96-Jan-23:3D
"Centenary offers dreams workshop", 96-Feb-21:1D
"Centenary offers on-line course", 96-Jan-10:3E
"Centenary play chosen as winner at theater festival", 96-Dec-09:2B
"Centenary president not seeking another job", 96-Nov-26:2B
"Centenary president says he is staying here", 96-Nov-27:3B
"Centenary prof named to post", 96-Jun-22:1B
"Centenary professor leads national seminar", 96-Jul-02:3B
"Centenary seeks $20M for complex, upgrades", 96-May-11:1A
"Centenary sets Churchill course", 96-Jan-09:1D
"Centenary slates chair inauguration", 96-Mar-19:1B
"Centenary speaker to talk of dreams", 96-Feb-15:1B
"Centenary to apply for chair funds", 96-Jan-23:1B
"Centenary to dedicate climbing tower Saturday", 96-Oct-28:1D
"Centenary to host author", 96-Oct-02:5D
"Centenary to host faculty recital", 96-Feb-06:1D
"Centenary to receive $600,000 science grant", 96-Jul-26:4A
"Chamber group schedules concert", 96-Apr-13:1D
"Chaplain ends chapter at Centenary", 96-May-11:6B
"College to offer help to youth", 96-Jan-10:1E
"Educational partners", 96-Sep-20:1B
"Emily Dickinson the subject of talk", 96-Feb-21:1D
"English meets computer science", 96-Mar-26:1B
"Faculty concert to feature soprano", 95-Sep-17:1D
"Hyponotist set for program at Centenary", 96-Oct-30:5D
"Labyrinth leads to God", 96-Feb-17:6B
"Librarian remembered as 'songbird'", 96-May-08:1B
"Memorial service to be held for former Centenary professor", 96-Jan-11:3B
"New York voice ensemble to present concert Sunday", 96-Feb-23:3D
"Orchestra, choir show enchanting", 96-Apr-20:3D
"Science lecturer to talk at Centenary", 96-Oct-17:1B
"Students, alumni share Centenary anniversary", 96-Mar-23:3B
"Theater fest to take the stage", 96-Nov-30:1D
"Two pianists to perform at Centenary's Hurley Hall", 96-Oct-27:7E
"Wall memorializes local athlete, scholar", 96-Nov-03:7B
"Women still face conflicts in workplace", 96-Mar-24:1B
Center for Contemporary Arts
"'Tolerance' will mark center's debut", 96-Feb-16:1D
"A Celebration of Art", 96-Feb-16:1D
"Art center to show 'Indifference'", 96-Sep-07:1D
"Art center to show films", 96-Aug-20:1D
"Clyde Connell Center to host juried exhibition", 96-Feb-04:7E
"Groups schedule film director", 96-Nov-04:1D
"Museum readies for new exhibit", 96-May-23:1D
"Native Americans featured in exhibit", 96-Oct-23:1D
Central Colored High School
"Author writes history of Central Colored High", 96-Dec-30:1B
"Central Colored High School plans reunion for its class of 1946", 96-Jun-12:5D
Central Hockey League
"Hockey hopes may melt if regional fan base isn't found", 96-Mar-15:1C
"Hockey in Shreveport could be a reality soon", 96-Mar-09:1C
"Hockey league submits proposal to Hirsch", 96-Mar-20:1C
"Hockey officials scouting", 96-Mar-25:1C
"Hockey put on ice for next season", 96-Apr-13:1C
"Hockey questions raised after trip", 96-Apr-04:1C
Christian Services
"Disability benefits may end for some", 96-Dec-07:1B
"Sister Margaret to be given Emerson Award", 96-Apr-14:1B
Christmas in Shreveport
"Christmas explodes onto the Red with fireworks, a parade, lights", 96-Dec-15:1B
Civil War
"A discovery reveals occupied Shreveport", 96-Dec-21:11A
"Artifacts remind locals of Reconstruction era", 96-Sep-02:1B
"Battle park takes past into future", 96-Jun-21:1B
"Civil War history attracts crowds", 96-Apr-10:1B
"Civil War-era boat sought", 96-Mar-13:1B
"Discovery latest in series of finds", 96-Jun-03:3B
"Fort located at future port site", 96-Jun-03:1B
"Historian challenges Civil War assumptions", 96-May-17:3B
"Historian leads Civil War symposium", 96-May-12:6B
"Historians to shine light on Shreveport", 96-Jan-22:1A
"Seminar to focus on Civil War sites", 96-Sep-26:1B
"Shipshape", 96-Jan-02:1D
"Shreveport's war past unearthed", 96-Jan-01:1B
"Vicksburg historian finishes local tour", 96-Jan-29:3B
Cliburn, Van
"Man files suit against Van Cliburn", 96-Apr-30:2A
"Pianist Van Cliburn says he's still trying to do his best", 96-May-14:1D
"Texas judge dismisses suit against pianist Van Cliburn", 96-Jul-05:3A
Clinton, Pres. Bill
"Capital buzzing in preparation for presidential visit", 96-May-30:7A
"Clinton lauds lawmakers", 96-May-31:1A
"Clinton salutes Fort Polk", 96-Mar-19:1A
"Clinton's day in Louisiana will be busy", 96-Mar-16:1B
"Few historic people have visited the Louisiana Capitol", 96-May-30:6A
"President applauds curfews banning young people from streets", 96-May-31:4A
"President to visit Fort Polk today", 96-Mar-18:1A
"State Democratic unity urged", 96-May-31:4A
"Warm reception awaits Clinton's visit to Capitol", 96-May-30:1A
"White House confirms Clinton will visit state", 96-Mar-14:1A
Clyde Connell Center for Contemporary Arts
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Commercial National Bank
"2 bank firms increase earnings", 96-Jan-18:8B
"Banking activities to stir up local jobs", 96-Nov-29:6B
"CNB consolidation to cost 76 more jobs", 96-Dec-10:8B
"CNB lowers service fees", 96-May-18:10B
"CNB to enhance PC banking service", 96-Oct-03:8B
"CNB to get new name and leader", 96-Oct-01:8B
Community Foundation of Shreveport-Bossier
"Community Foundation awards $378,000 in grants", 96-Mar-28:1B
Connell, Clyde
"Clyde Connell to be inducted into sculpture Hall of Fame", 96-Jan-18:3D
"Downtown Neon Saturday Nights is back", 96-May-17:3E
"Long life feeds the flame of Clyde Connell's talent", 96-Sep-30:1D
Cotton
"1st cotton bale of season nets $5.65 a pound", 96-Sep-12:8B
"Farmers, cattlemen eager for rain", 96-Apr-24:8B
"Rain, cool temperatures hinder harvest", 96-Sep-05:8B
Cross Lake
"Buoys on Cross Lake stir up wave of concern", 96-May-19:1A
"H2O will keep flowing citywide", 96-Jun-12:1A
"On your mark...get set...float!", 96-Jun-13:1D
"Patrol places buoys in dangerous Cross Lake areas", 96-May-02:1A
Cypress Lake
"Zoo going wild with plans", 96-Aug-09:1B

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Dalton, John
"Navy Secretary Dalton visiting here today", 96-Jun-07:1A
"Sinuses sideline Navy secretary", 96-Apr-17:3B
Dance in Shreveport
"Escaped Images troupe to offer collection of choreographic styles",
96-Feb-11:6E
Daughters of the Cross
"7 local nuns to transfer to Washington, D.C.", 96-Oct-24:1A
"Sisters to sell, relocate convent", 96-Oct-18:8B
Dement, Mayor George
"Officials to spotlight mayor during award, roast event", 96-Nov-06:6E
"Steve Dement guilty of drunken driving", 96-Jun-01:1B
"Steve Dement pleads not guilty", 96-Jan-06:1B
DeSoto Parish
"Buildings house history", 96-Oct-15:5A
"DeSoto embraces new superintendent", 96-May-04:1B
"DeSoto PTA urges School Board to revisit superintendent's contract", 96-Jan-04:3B
"DeSoto schools get new superintendent", 96-May-03:1B
"DeSoto teachers receive pay raise", 96-Aug-13:1B
"DeSoto, Sabine may get a say on gaming", 96-Sep-07:1B
"Dolet Hills mining venture unique in Northwest Louisiana", 96-Jul-26:4A
"Ex-schools chief may apply for Sabine superintendent job", 96-Nov-30:1A
"Lee likely out as DeSoto schools head", 96-May-01:1B
"Plant to energize DeSoto tax rolls", 96-Jul-26:1A
"Rapid growth won't speed up Stonewall", 96-Jan-05:3B
"Structures crumble for lack of money", 96-Oct-15:1A
"Village grasps for renewed vitality" [Longstreet], 96-Jun-10:1B
Despujols, Jean
"Meadows exhibits portraits of locals by Jean Despujols", 96-Nov-10:1E
Doctors' Hospital
"Doctor's Hospital seeks to please", 96-Sep-10:8B
"Urological center opens", 96-Feb-16:8B
Downtown Development Authority
"City may help downtown developers", 96-Nov-12:1B
"City seeks public's help in developing master plan for riverfront",
96-Oct-13:1B
"Downtown board begins its hunt for new leader", 96-Oct-19:1B
"Downtown development director quits", 96-Oct-18:1B
"Downtown leaders would welcome ICON", 96-Jul-18:2A
"Garage considered for downtown", 96-May-08:1B
"Group could take over riverfront land", 96-Nov-15:3B
"Groups build support for arts district", 96-Jan-18:1B
"Historic district subject of meeting", 96-Oct-22:1B
"Officials solicit input on downtown development", 96-Mar-04:1B
"Plans target city parking problem", 96-Jun-08:1A
"Shreveport wants faster riverfront development", 96-Apr-07:6B
"Two companies looking at American Tower", 96-Sep-12:5B
Downtown Shreveport
"Area to focus on entertainment", 96-Nov-26:1A
"City gets downtown planning ideas", 96-Oct-17:1B
"Downtown stands on Larkin Edwards' land", 96-Jan-20:5B
"Downtown street among safest", 96-Sep-10:1A
"ICON lands $10M to fund program: firm could expand into downtown...", 96-Jul-19:1A
"ICON shops downtown", 96-Jul-18:1A
"Milam Street is in for more work", 96-Mar-19:1A
"Office market among nation's weakest", 96-Jul-28:1C
"Recent announcements may help rebuild office market", 96-Jul-28:3C
"Shreveport's downtown plans to shine Saturday", 96-Nov-26:1B
"Streetscape: Worth the wait?", 96-Jan-21:1B
"Survey finds interest in downtown haven", 96-Nov-18:1B
"Upscale living downtown", 96-Aug-20:8B
Duke, David
"David Duke appears to be the least affluent of the eight candidates", 96-Jun-16:6B
"David Duke calls for end to all affirmative action", 96-Feb-25:6A
"David Duke has raised $158,597 for campaign, federal report says", 96-Jul-21:4B
"David Duke launches bid for U.S. Senate seat", 96-Feb-15:3B
"Duke campaigns by computer", 96-Sep-09:2B
"Duke compaigns in Shreveport", 96-Sep-16:3B
"Duke's S.C. chairman taken off Buchanan campaign", 96-Feb-24:5A
"Foster indicates he might back Duke", 96-Jun-25:1A
"Foster rejects racial agendas", 96-Jun-29:1A
"Foster won't back away from Duke", 96-Jun-26:1B
"Group plans to prevent Duke from speaking", 96-Sep-25:7A
"Louisiana delegate says he supported Duke only once", 96-Feb-24:5A
"NAACP, NAAWP plan separate marches Saturday", 96-Feb-19:1A
"Police disperse Duke protesters", 96-Sep-26:6A
"Report: Duke campaign's cash on hand is low", 96-Jul-24:3B

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Eagle Forum
"Buchanan taps local activist", 96-Feb-10:1B
East Bank Theatre
"Actress brings poet to life", 96-Mar-09:3D
"Actress says 'Belle' is her show", 96-Mar-03:9E
"Cast is sought for 'Rosensweig'", 96-Aug-16:1D
"East Bank chooses cast for 'I Do! I Do! musical", 96-Apr-12:3D
"East Bank presents a fine effort in 'Foxfire'", 96-Sep-21:3D
"East Bank says 'I do! I Do!'", 96-Apr-21:9E
"East Bank season opens with 'Foxfire'", 96-Sep-15:7E
"East Bank takes on 'Long Day's Journey'", 96-Jun-09:7E
"East Bank takes riveting 'Journey into Night'", 96-Jun-15:3D
"East Bank Theater to be upgraded", 96-Aug-20:1D
"East Bank Theatre extends 'Foxfire'", 96-Oct-02:1D
"East Bank's 'I Do! I Do!' worth doing", 96-Apr-27:3D
Edwards, Edwin
"Edwards appointee may still sit on board", 96-Jun-15:3B
"Edwards' ally joins local group vying for berth", 96-Jan-21:4A
"Edwards' chief of staff sues IRS over $313,000 federal tax debt", 96-Oct-06:6B
"Ex-Gov. Edwards testifies before federal grand jury", 96-Mar-07:1B
"Furnishings missing from Governor's Mansion", 96-Mar-06:1A
"Governors vs. video poker", 96-Oct-21:2B
Elections'96
"13 campaign for town seats in Benton, Haughton", 96-Sep-20:3B
"2 announce bids for Bossier seats", 96-Jan-30:1B
"4 vie for constable in Caddo, Bossier", 96-Sep-17:3B
"5 promise accessibility at Shrevport City Hall", 96-Sep-19:2B
"5th Congressional district race heats up", 96-Jul-11:6A
"7 candidates take part in forum", 96-Feb-28:6A
"80 politicians qualify in Caddo, Bossier", 96-Jul-11:4A
"African-American leaders lend backing to Landrieu", 96-Oct-08:5B
"Alderman edges out incumbent in race for mayor of Rodessa", 96-Sep-22:7B
"Amendment 1 receives mixed response", 96-Oct-28:2B
"Amendment controlling gambling's growth gets OK", 96-Sep-22:1A
"Amendment to limit gaming enjoys success", 96-Sep-22:7B
"Amendment would ease property disposal rules", 96-Nov-04:1A
"Amendments geared to help local governments", 96-Oct-28:2B
"Analyst: Jenkins win would help Dole", 96-Sep-20:2B
"And they're off: U.S. Senate race officially begins", 96-Jul-11:5A
"Area qualifiers", 96-Jul-11:4A
"Attorney enters judgeship race", 96-Jun-04:1B
"Ballot disputes not rare in state", 96-Nov-07:9A
"Barbs still flying in Senate race", 96-Oct-30:5B
"Benton mayoral candidates express concern about town's growing pains", 96-Sep-19:2B
"Bishop rejects archbishop's remarks about Landrieu", 96-Nov-01:2B
"Black vote may rule Senate race", 96-Aug-11:1B
"Black voters may swing Senate race", 96-Oct-21:1A
"Board seeks Ieyoub spending details", 96-Aug-17:3B
"Boggs will run for Bossier-Webster district judge", 96-Jun-23:3B
"Bossier candidates discuss issues at forums", 96-Sep-06:2B
"Bossier City judge candidate exchange charges", 96-Nov-02:2B
"Bossier elects first black School Board member", 96-Mar-13:1A
"Bossier parish elections featured in Times forum", 96-Feb-11:6B
"Bossier Parish School Board elections set for March 12", 96-Feb-11:6B
"Bossier prepares for School Board election", 96-Mar-10:4A
"Bossier qualifying ends", 96-Feb-06:5B
"Bossier rejects ambulance fee hike", 96-Nov-06:10A
"Businessman to run for School Board", 96-Jan-31:1B
"C-SPAN 2 to carry U.S. Senate forum", 96-Sep-05:1B
"Caddo precinct by precinct", 96-Nov-06:11A
"Calling opponent a liberal, Jenkins tries to secure lead", 96-Sep-23:2B
"Candidate would back Senate reform", 96-Jun-26:2B
"Candidate's pursuit of case could cost public $100,000", 96-Nov-20:5A
"Candidates bring gay rights into La. Senate race", 96-Sep-30:1B
"Candidates gain endorsements", 96-Aug-03:3B
"Candidates sound off on issues", 96-Feb-25:6B
"Candidates sound off on the issues", 96-Feb-18:6B, 96-Feb-21:6A
"Candidates speak out at Bossier forum", 96-Mar-06:3B
"Candidates to begin qualifying for elections Wednesday", 96-Jul-07:1A
"Carraway secures clerk of court seat", 96-Mar-13:9A
"Change is key in Bossier City marshal's race", 96-Sep-18:3B
"Changes at issue in city marshal's race", 96-Nov-02:2B
"City council, district judge candidates debate", 96-Aug-30:3B
"City marshal candidates discuss plans for office", 96-Aug-28:3B
"City marshal candidates prepare for November", 96-Sep-24:2B
"City marshal candidates running hard", 96-Aug-25:1B
"Clerk of court hopefuls praise Mabry", 96-Feb-28:6A
"Coalition hosts anti-gambling rally", 96-Nov-02:1A
"Crichton will be candidate for Caddo District judge", 96-Jun-20:3B
"Daniel to run for Bossier City court judge", 96-May-25:3B
"Defeat of tax may bring cuts", 96-Nov-07:10A
"Democrats enjoy order in crowded Senate field", 96-Sep-15:1A
"District A elects Cooper to serve on City Council", 96-Nov-06:10A
"Dove wins colorful marshal's race", 96-Nov-06:10A
"Dove, McGaha in marshal runoff", 96-Sep-22:7B
"Duke campaigns by computer", 96-Sep-09:2B
"Duke compaigns in Shreveport", 96-Sep-16:3B
"Election results likely to be certified today", 96-Nov-12:3B
"Election-night vote counts confirmed in Caddo, Bossier", 96-Nov-09:6A
"Family, women's issues at heart of Landrieu campaign", 96-Sep-01:2B
"Fields endorses Landrieu for U.S. Senate", 96-Oct-18:1A
"Fields opts out of crowded race for U.S. Senate", 96-Jul-13:1A
"Fields throws his endorsement to Ieyoub for U.S. Senate", 96-Jul-30:1A
"Fields to announce decision on Senate race today", 96-Jul-12:5A
"Fields urges Democrats to weed out Landrieu", 96-Feb-25:6B
"Former president: Allegations against Jenkins 'burn me up'", 96-Oct-31:4B
"Forum to feature board candidates", 96-Feb-27:1B
"Forum to feature Bossier races", 96-Sep-05:1B
"Forum to feature clerk of court, School Board race", 96-Feb-28:1A
"Forums to feature political hopefuls", 96-Sep-03:1B
"Foster: Give Landrieu seat for now", 96-Nov-19:1A
"Four judicial candidates work overtime to gain votes", 96-Sep-17:2B
"Four of seven U.S. congressional seats decided in La.", 96-Sep-22:6B
"Four return to Bossier School Board", 96-Mar-13:7A
"Four vie for BC judgeship", 96-Sep-03:5B
"GOP putting up money for Jenkins' suit", 96-Nov-17:1A
"GOP Senate proposal withdrawn", 96-Sep-08:1B
"Hayes counts on Acadiana base in his bid for U.S. Senate seat", 96-Sep-02:4B
"Hayes makes bid for Johnston's U.S. Senate seat", 96-Jan-16:1B
"Heated races may not draw voters to polls", 96-Nov-03:3B
"Holloway enters 5th District congressional race", 96-Jul-12:4A
"Huckaby will run for his old judgeship", 96-Jul-10:1B
"Ieyoub blames Gingrich for ads", 96-Sep-12:5B
"Ieyoub says 'vicious attack', poll results don't worry him", 96-Sep-19:2B
"Ieyoub says he has no plans yet to endorse Landrieu", 96-Oct-04:2B
"Ieyoub sees pride, duty in American heritage", 96-Sep-08:2B
"Ieyoub slips in La. poll", 96-Sep-06:1A
"Ieyoub: Opponent will devide Democrats", 96-Jun-23:1B
"Independent, Democrat in runoff", 96-Sep-22:7B
"Jenkins advertisement is false, Democratic hopeful Landrieu says", 96-Oct-15:3B
"Jenkins asks national GOP panel to withdraw television- attack ads", 96-Sep-07:5A
"Jenkins camp studies black precinct lists", 96-Nov-14:1A
"Jenkins claims fraud, sues election officials", 96-Nov-15:1A
"Jenkins claims thousands of voting violations in lawsuit", 96-Nov-15:5B
"Jenkins gets court order to review voting", 96-Nov-13:1A
"Jenkins goes from a media junkie to media magnate", 96-Sep-01:2B
"Jenkins makes bid for Senate", 96-Jan-05:1B
"Jenkins opens area headquarters", 96-Oct-15:1B
"Jenkins outlines evidence of voter fraud", 96-Dec-20:5B
"Jenkins pleads his case to Senate GOP leaders", 96-Dec-05:1A
"Jenkins reveals little in questioning", 96-Dec-22:7B
"Jenkins suggests election law changes", 96-Dec-05:5B
"Jenkins takes fight to U.S. Senate", 96-Nov-18:1A
"Jenkins thanks supporters", 96-Sep-28:1B
"Jenkins turns in campaign finance report", 96-Dec-10:5B
"Jenkins vows to change direction of America", 96-Sep-22:6B
"Jenkins vows to continue election fight", 96-Nov-20:1A
"Jenkins vows to investigate election tally", 96-Nov-07:9A
"Jenkins wants testimony from Landrieu, N.O. mayor", 96-Dec-21:4B
"Jenkins' company has record of paying taxes late", 96-Oct-05:5B
"Jenkins, Landrieu bicker at Senate forum", 96-Oct-10:5B
"Jenkins, Landrieu gird for tough fight", 96-Sep-22:6B
"Jenkins, Landrieu head to runoff", 96-Sep-22:1A
"Jenkins, Landrieu plan runoff strategies", 96-Sep-23:1A
"Jenkins, Landrieu take stands on campaign issues", 96-Nov-03:2B
"Jenkins: Abolish IRS, limit judges' terms", 96-Feb-14:1B
"John Cooksey only finance report filer in 5th District", 96-Jul-17:4A
"Johnston makes contributions to Landrieu, Ieyoub campaigns", 96-Sep-13:2B
"Johnston, Breaux endorse Landrieu, blast Jenkins", 96-Oct-16:3B
"Judge sets deadline for Jenkins", 96-Nov-16:1A
"Judge turns down challenge in election of Benton mayor", 96-Oct-05:1B
"Judicial candidates violate ordinances", 96-Oct-24:1B
"Judicial hopefuls favor stiffer sentences", 96-Sep-04:2B
"La. cities stand to lose big without video poker", 96-Nov-07:8A
"Landrieu aims to attract black voters", 96-Aug-10:1B
"Landrieu apologizes for not supporting Fields", 96-Oct-03:3B
"Landrieu campaign to focus on contrasts", 96-Sep-23:2B
"Landrieu confident Jenkins' claim will be dismissed", 96-Nov-19:3B
"Landrieu declared victor", 96-Nov-06:6A
"Landrieu dives in to race for Senate", 96-Mar-02:1A
"Landrieu enjoys VP, Johnston nod", 96-Sep-25:6A
"Landrieu gains support from black officials in northeast Louisiana", 96-Aug-15:3B
"Landrieu grabs lead in new poll", 96-Oct-09:1A
"Landrieu hangs label on state Senate opponent", 96-Oct-01:2B
"Landrieu headed for Senate", 96-Nov-06:1A
"Landrieu leans toward Senate run", 96-Feb-20:1B
"Landrieu managed to save", 96-Dec-11:5B
"Landrieu promises to be a voice for Barksdale", 96-Sep-17:2B
"Landrieu pulls letter, apologizes to Jenkins", 96-Oct-13:5B
"Landrieu stops to thank her area supporters", 96-Nov-12:3B
"Landrieu vows to look out for region", 96-Aug-24:1B
"Landrieu wants tight rein on budget", 96-Jul-03:3B
"Landrieu's outlook: 'cautious optimism'", 96-Sep-22:6B
"Landrieu, Ieyoub lead 'wide open' Senate race", 96-Mar-09:1B
"Landrieu, Ieyoub lead strongly in polls with 9 weeks to go", 96-Jul-21:4B
"Landrieu, Jenkins hit U.S. Senate runoff trail", 96-Sep-24:2B
"Latest poll has Jenkins in 2nd place", 96-Sep-19:1A
"Legal battles cloud judicial race", 96-Aug-29:3B
"Legal community backs Mosely", 96-Sep-20:2B
"Linder makes his pitch as political newcomer", 96-Sep-08:3B
"Little-known candidates have messages to relate", 96-Sep-15:2B
"Local voters face full ballot", 96-Sep-21:2B
"Louisiana delegation losing clout", 96-Oct-30:1A
"Mandeville businessman declares U.S. Senate bid", 96-Mar-20:3B
"Marshal candidates to meet at forum", 96-Aug-27:1B
"Marshal's race has familiar matchup", 96-Sep-03:5B
"McCrery wins fifth term in Congress", 96-Sep-22:1A
"McMains makes Senate pitch", 96-Jun-23:3B
"McMains receives 2 local endorsements", 96-Aug-10:1B
"McMains says he's helped La. make a break from the past", 96-Sep-02:4B
"Middleton to run for city marshal", 96-Jul-07:1B
"Mismatched election signatures don't mean fraud, officials say", 96-Nov-30:4B
"More area candidates qualify for September vote", 96-Jul-12:4A
"Most taxes win approval of local voters", 96-Apr-21:1A
"Most U.S. Senate hopefuls in La. would repeal weapons ban", 96-Jul-29:1B
"N.O. councilwoman announces her candidacy for U.S. Senate", 96-Mar-14:3B
"Nasty fight brews as candidates vie for voters", 96-Sep-23:2B
"National GOP endorses Jenkins for U.S. Senate", 96-Aug-23:3B
"New constitutional amendment may see court challenge", 96-Oct-27:1A
"Newcomer nabs mayoral post", 96-Nov-06:10A
"Nine Caddo judges are still unchanllenged", 96-Jul-12:5A
"Oil City re-elects Knight police chief", 96-Nov-06:10A
"PACs fill Hayes' campaign chest", 96-Jul-20:2B
"Parish by parish list", 96-Nov-06:10A
"Peatross to run for appeals judge", 96-Jun-21:1B
"Pharmacist challenges McCrery in 4th Congressional District", 96-Sep-16:2B
"Police group backs Landrieu", 96-Sep-04:1B
"Poll bounce buoys McMains' hopes to reach Senate runoff", 96-Sep-11:5B
"Poll says Landrieu, Jenkins lead race", 96-Jul-25:1A
"Poll: Landrieu holds small lead", 96-Oct-31:1A
"Poll: Landrieu, Ieyoub still ahead; Jenkins leads pack GOP hopefuls", 96-Sep-18:1B
"Poll: Landrieu, Ieyoub tied for lead in Senate race", 96-Aug-21:2B
"Polls show Jenkins, Landrieu in virtual tie", 96-Nov-02:5B
"Pollster: Coalition of blacks, whites favors Landrieu", 96-Oct-17:3B
"Prosecutor to make bid for judgeship", 96-Jun-18:1B
"PSC incumbent faces challenger", 96-Sep-18:5B
"Qualifying continues in Bossier, outlying parishes", 96-Feb-02:1B
"Questioning of Jenkins delayed", 96-Nov-22:1B
"Race for Bossier-Webster bench leads to attack ads", 96-Nov-02:2B
"Race for the U.S. Senate", 96-Sep-18:2B
"Race goes down to wire, but Jenkins loses battle", 96-Nov-06:6A
"Reform creates double-edged sword", 96-Oct-22:3B
"Region to have say on variety of issues", 96-Sep-21:2B
"Rematch for mayor tops ticket in Benton", 96-Nov-02:2B
"Republicans compete for retiring senator's seat" [Johnston], 96-Feb-14:3C
"Robinson to seek council seat", 96-Jul-04:1B
"Rowe says he plans run for Bossier City judge", 96-Jul-07:3B
"Runoff expected in B.C. judge's race", 96-Sep-17:3B
"Rural EMS fee hike proposed", 96-Nov-02:2B
"Sabine pharmacist promises to run Long-style campaign against McCrery", 96-Aug-01:3B
"School Board candidates speak out at election forum", 96-Feb-23:1B
"Sen. Jimmy Hayes gets approval of former Gov. Roemer", 96-Aug-20:1B
"Senate candidate calls for personal finance disclosure", 96-Aug-31:3B
"Senate candidate endorsed by 37 local people", 96-Aug-26:3B
"Senate candidate to make stopover", 96-Feb-13:1B
"Senate candidates to speak at lunch", 96-May-18:1B
"Senate candidates turn to negative ads", 96-Nov-03:2B
"Senate count remains close", 96-Nov-08:1A
"Senate GOP leader backs Jenkins", 96-Oct-26:3B
"Senate hopeful Woody Jenkins claims national Republican nod", 96-Aug-14:4A
"Senate hopefuls get endorsements", 96-Oct-29:5B
"Senate hopefuls make final pitch", 96-Nov-05:1A
"Senate hopefuls trade punches", 96-Sep-07:1A
"Senate leaders to review election, Jenkins says", 96-Nov-18:5B
"Senate race awaits official OK", 96-Nov-07:1A
"Senate to investigate Jenkins' charges", 96-Dec-04:1A
"Senate vote made official", 96-Nov-21:1B
"Shreveport voters pick and choose their future", 96-Apr-21:11A
"Snubbed Wilson campaigns outside Gold Dome", 96-Sep-18:4B
"Special interests pay the price in Senate race", 96-Nov-15:5B
"Starting gun yet to fire on U.S. Senate race", 96-Jun-23:1A
"State investment fund loss was only on paper, audit says", 96-Oct-11:1B
"State lawmaker joins Senate race", 96-Apr-24:3B
"SU gives Landrieu cool welcome", 96-Oct-19:5B
"Substitute teacher to run for office", 96-Jul-09:1B
"Supporters of gambling spend big money in statewide election", 96-Nov-04:1A
"Survey: Democrats support Landrieu", 96-Feb-02:1B
"Tax issues placed on Bossier ballot", 96-Jul-04:1B
"Thompson leads fund raising in 5th District", 96-Jul-18:7A
"Three qualify for Shreveport City Council race", 96-Jul-11:5A
"Traditional law at core of Shreveport marshal race", 96-Sep-18:3B
"Traylor, Bleich to vie for Supreme Court", 96-Mar-13:9A
"Treen attempted to narrow GOP field", 96-Sep-07:4A
"Two campaign hard for District A contest", 96-Nov-02:2B
"Two vie for Bossier Parish Clerk of Court", 96-Mar-01:3B
"Two vie for District 3 seat", 96-Feb-28:6A
"U.S. Senate election will make history", 96-Nov-03:1A
"U.S. Senate slow to move on disputed elections", 96-Nov-20:5A
"Vice president joins Landrieu at local rally", 96-Sep-25:1A
"Video poker applicants push for approval", 96-Oct-29:1A
"Voters could end legislative retirement", 96-Oct-28:1A
"Voters may see tax proposals again in March", 96-Sep-23:1B
"Voters OK 3 amendments to Louisiana Constitution", 96-Nov-07:9A
"Voters to choose justices of the peace", 96-Sep-17:2B
"Voters to tackle bond issue, Bossier tax", 96-Apr-20:1A
"Wilson announces candidacy for judgeship", 96-Jul-01:3B
"Wilson builds campaign her way", 96-Sep-09:2B
"Woman, Amway distributors support Senate candidates", 96-Jul-17:1A
Ewing, Mildred Elizabeth Hunt
"Former newspaper publisher's widow dies in Monroe", 96-Oct-02:2B
Ewing, Sen. Randy
"Ewing's associates say he's the man for the job", 96-Jan-08:5A

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Fields, Rep. Cleo
" 'I have political aspirations' ", 96-Nov-17:8B
"Budget pact marks end of legislative session: three La. lawmakers cast final votes", 96-Sep-30:5B
"Clinton plans Louisiana visit", 96-Mar-09:1A
"Court draws the lines", 96-Jan-06:1A
"Court strikes down Texas, N.C. remap plans", 96-Jun-14:5A
"Fields asks Supreme Court to consider redistricting case again", 96-Jul-23:1B
"Fields asserts he will return to Congress", 96-Apr-23:6A
"Fields blasts Foster for appeal advice", 96-Jan-10:1B
"Fields continues redistricting appeal", 96-Feb-24:1B
"Fields endorses Landrieu for U.S. Senate", 96-Oct-18:1A
"Fields opts out of crowded race for U.S. Senate", 96-Jul-13:1A
"Fields says Ga. case no indicator of La. redistricting predicament", 96-Jun-08:3B
"Fields throws his endorsement to Ieyoub for U.S. Senate", 96-Jul-30:1A
"Fields to announce decision on Senate race today", 96-Jul-12:5A
"Fields to hold series of town meetings", 96-Feb-16:1B
"Fields urges Democrats to weed out Landrieu", 96-Feb-25:6B
"Fields' district to be dismantled", 96-Jun-25:1A
"Future for Fields uncertain", 96-Jul-05:1B
"High court to decide on whether to block redistricting plan", 96-Jun-21:3B
"Ieyoub plans to appeal redistricting ruling", 96-Feb-07:1B
"Johnston, Fields dispel Cabinet talk", 96-Nov-17:1A
"La. lawmakers split votes on immigration", 96-Sep-26:1A
"La. lawmakers take free trips far, wide", 96-Jun-15:5A
"Landrieu apologizes for not supporting Fields", 96-Oct-03:3B
"Lawmakers differ on legislation", 96-May-23:14A
"Lawmakers to redraw congressional lines", 96-Mar-28:4A
"Louisiana delegates find much to like in speech", 96-Jan-24:4A
"Louisiana lawmakers call plane crash tragic and unfortunate", 96-Apr-04:5A
"Louisiana lawmakers divided over plan", 96-Feb-05:5A
"McCrery, Fields on opposite sides", 96-Aug-01:5A
"Price tag for redistricting is unknown", 96-Jan-20:1B
"Redistricting plaintiffs lobby legislators", 96-Feb-17:1B
"SU gives Landrieu cool welcome", 96-Oct-19:5B
First Baptist Church
"Rev. M.E. Dodd's legacy still seen in city", 96-Oct-12:11A
First Presbyterian Church
"Presbyterians to sign international partnership", 96-Mar-05:1B
Fort Polk
"590 troops will join Fort Polk", 96-Dec-05:5B
"Bill would transfer Kisatchie land", 96-Jun-27:1B
"Canadian combat unit tests Fort Polk soldiers", 96-Apr-13:3B
"Clinton salutes Fort Polk", 96-Mar-19:1A
"Congress OKs military measure, money for Barksdale, Fort Polk", 96-Sep-06:3B
"Environmental groups fight Fort Polk plan", 96-Dec-18:3B
"Fort Polk brigade begins its move to Fort Bliss, Texas", 96-May-04:2B
"Fort Polk land hearing scheduled", 96-May-23:2B
"Fort Polk loses bid for Kisatchie land", 96-Jul-31:1B
"Fort Polk soldiers return from Haiti", 96-Jan-10:1B
"Fort Polk wants more of Kisatchie National Forest", 96-Apr-10:1B
"Fort Polk willing to negotiate for land", 96-Jun-01:3B
"Locals fear Fort Polk's plans", 96-Jun-16:1A
"President to visit Fort Polk today", 96-Mar-18:1A
"Proposal would give Army 85,000 acres of Kisatchie", 96-Mar-16:1A
"Proposed land transfer at Fort Polk under discussion", 96-Apr-07:6B
"Senate approves $28 million for Fort Polk project", 96-Jul-19:5A
"USDA official opposes Fort Polk plan", 96-Jul-18:3B
Foster, Gov. Mike
"30 marchers leave N.O. for state Capitol", 96-Feb-23:3B
"A New Era: Capitol agenda", 96-Jan-07:4B
"A New Era: Foster's agenda", 96-Jan-07:7B
"A New Era: New faces", 96-Jan-08:4A
"A New Era: People's agenda", 96-Jan-07:5B
"A sentimental affair", 96-Jan-08:1A
"A talk with the governor", 96-Apr-14:4A
"Amendment's approval cements local-option vote, Foster says", 96-Sep-23:2B
"Another reign begins", 96-Jan-09:1A
"Anti-gaming groups rap governor", 96-Apr-06:1B
"Black leaders eagerly await Mike Foster's appointments", 96-Jan-02:1A
"Blacks, whites split on Foster", 96-Feb-03:3B
"Bossier executive vies for Foster cabinet spot", 96-Jan-04:1B
"Brun aims to boost La. speed limit to 70", 96-Nov-09:1A
"Christian Coalition attacks school-based health centers", 96-Jun-12:1A
"Christian Coalition's usage of governor's office questioned", 96-Jun-13:8A
"Dear Governor-elect:", 96-Jan-07:1A
"Dwindling self-insurance pool is governor's only regret", 96-Jun-14:6A
"Ferocious anti-Foster rally tempered by local minister", 96-Mar-10:3B
"Fields blasts Foster for appeal advice", 96-Jan-10:1B
"Foster abandons plan for single higher-ed board", 96-Apr-10:1A
"Foster aide fired after arrest at concert", 96-Jul-12:3B
"Foster appoints secretary", 96-Jan-08:1B
"Foster asks for repairs, faculty raises", 96-Apr-30:1A
"Foster asks panel to restore raises", 96-Jun-01:5A
"Foster asks president for storm assistance", 96-Oct-26:4B
"Foster backlash could hurt N.O.", 96-Feb-02:3B
"Foster bashed for affirmative action views during King commemoration", 96-Jan-16:4A
"Foster bristles over gaming", 96-Apr-10:4A
"Foster considers settlement on disputed oil company taxes", 96-Jul-20:1B
"Foster creates auto insurance study panel", 96-Jun-14:6A
"Foster demands investigation of protective services", 96-May-02:1A
"Foster eager to appoint gaming board", 96-Apr-24:1B
"Foster forced to compromise on gaming vote", 96-Apr-03:1A
"Foster forging plan for teacher raises", 96-May-08:2A
"Foster gives Legislature high marks", 96-Jun-14:1A
"Foster halts proposal to sell drivers license information", 96-Oct-19:3B
"Foster hedges on school health centers", 96-Jun-16:1B
"Foster hits stride with gambling election", 96-Apr-04:1A
"Foster indicates he might back Duke", 96-Jun-25:1A
"Foster maintaining support of voters in Louisiana poll", 96-Dec-19:5B
"Foster maps out agenda for next few months", 96-Jan-15:3B
"Foster may go to D.C. to protect sugarcane", 96-Feb-24:3B
"Foster may include drinking-age issue in session", 96-Mar-13:1A
"Foster may OK budget bill", 96-Jun-08:1A
"Foster names 24-year-old to key position", 96-Jan-06:1B
"Foster names local man to state board", 96-Oct-20:6C
"Foster names new gambling board", 96-Jul-11:7A
"Foster names panel for Grambling probe", 96-Oct-05:4B
"Foster officially calls for session", 96-Mar-19:1B
"Foster opens session with gambling-vote idea", 96-Mar-25:1A
"Foster opposes diverting river water into lake", 96-Jul-13:2B
"Foster outlines his campaign against gambling amendment", 96-Oct-09:5B
"Foster outlines special session ideas", 96-Nov-14:3B
"Foster pays tribute to minister", 96-May-06:1A
"Foster plans to travel more in Louisiana", 96-Nov-26:3B
"Foster predicts gaming fight not over", 96-Nov-07:8A
"Foster proposes salary hikes", 96-Apr-17:1A
"Foster proposes version of no-fault auto insurance", 96-Mar-13:1B
"Foster pushes gaming votes", 96-Mar-21:1A
"Foster puts conditions on help for N.O.", 96-Dec-04:5B
"Foster rates high in nation", 96-Oct-08:4B
"Foster reduces budget", 96-Jul-02:1B
"Foster rejects racial agendas", 96-Jun-29:1A
"Foster rethinks gambling vote options", 96-Feb-16:1A
"Foster revamps business assistance", 96-Feb-15:1A
"Foster says he won't push appeal of redistricting ruling", 96-Jan-09:5A
"Foster says job training is the key", 96-Dec-30:4B
"Foster scraps higher ed plan", 96-Sep-21:1A
"Foster seeks justification for approving bowl money", 96-May-23:16A
"Foster seeks pay raise for appointees", 96-Apr-08:1A
"Foster seeks tips, reward in church arsons", 96-Jul-04:1A
"Foster sends mixed signals on gambling", 96-Nov-01:1A
"Foster sets up arson reward fund", 96-Aug-14:1B
"Foster signs drinking age bill; vetoes car insurance measure", 96-May-11:5A
"Foster staff costs more than past", 96-Jul-05:1A
"Foster steamrolls opponents", 96-Apr-01:1A
"Foster stumps on the airwaves", 96-Feb-10:1B
"Foster takes 'level' stand", 96-Jan-12:1A
"Foster takes a ride at BAFB", 96-Nov-20:1A
"Foster takes credit for legal reform in state", 96-Oct-09:2B
"Foster taps pastor for council post", 96-May-17:1B
"Foster to distribute 'slush fund' monies", 96-Jun-19:1A
"Foster to help gambling foes", 96-Oct-04:3B
"Foster to offer legislation in spring session to change Labor Department", 96-Feb-02:8B
"Foster to replace 2 gaming commissioners", 96-Mar-16:1A
"Foster to tape anti-gaming ad", 96-Oct-22:5B
"Foster undecided about Gilliam replacement", 96-Mar-16:4A
"Foster unlikely to pursue state district remap", 96-Feb-15:1B
"Foster vetoes $400,000 for Northwest La. schools", 96-Jul-03:1A
"Foster vows to keep embattled pool of funds", 96-Jun-01:6A
"Foster wants auto insurance reform", 96-Mar-31:1A
"Foster wants independent review of GSU", 96-Aug-24:1A
"Foster wants to upgrade state park system", 96-May-05:1A
"Foster will allow separate voting on video poker, riverboats", 96-Mar-06:1A
"Foster won't back away from Duke", 96-Jun-26:1B
"Foster won't jump into Robinson fray", 96-Dec-12:1A
"Foster won't veto school health centers", 96-Jun-26:2B
"Foster won't work issue unless vote is close" [homestead exemption], 96-May-12:7A
"Foster's goal: Cut premiums for auto liability by 25- 30%", 96-Sep-05:5B
"Foster's higher-ed plan sparks interest", 96-Jan-21:1A
"Foster's inauguration expected to draw 5,000", 96-Jan-03:3B
"Foster's initiative proposal dies in Legislature", 96-Apr-20:5A
"Foster's media blitz promotes his agenda", 96-Mar-16:1B
"Foster's popularity can't sway people at polls", 96-Nov-10:1A
"Foster's staff gets final higher-ed suggestions today", 96-Mar-01:1A
"Foster's task force details higher-ed plan", 96-Feb-18:1A
"Foster, black caucus reopen dialogue", 96-Mar-08:1B
"Foster, lawmakers predict gun bill will sail on through", 96-Mar-23:1A
"Foster, legislators differ on gambling election", 96-Feb-10:1B
"Foster: 'I'm not a racist'", 96-Feb-25:1A
"Foster: 'There are no easy answers'", 96-Feb-11:12A
"Foster: Amendment won't expand Louisiana gambling", 96-Aug-08:3B
"Foster: Being governor 'a lot of fun'", 96-Dec-13:2B
"Foster: Drop residency laws for officers", 96-Dec-07:5B
"Foster: Feds will wait for state to resolve drinking-age debate", 96-Mar-20:3B
"Foster: Give Landrieu seat for now", 96-Nov-19:1A
"Foster: If Sugar Bowl gets state dollars, I-Bowl should, too", 96-May-30:8A
"Foster: Make temporary tax permanent", 96-Oct-26:1A
"Foster: No gaming funds for state police", 96-Oct-16:5B
"Foster: Support's there to pass redistricting plan", 96-Mar-13:3B
"Foster: We made a mistake", 96-Oct-20:3B
"Gambling board standstill grounds industry plans", 96-Jun-30:1A
"Gov. Foster begins local visit today", 96-Nov-18:1B
"Gov. Foster gets the motorcycle bug, is learning to ride", 96-Oct-12:5B
"Gov. Foster makes his pitch on TV", 96-May-11:5A
"Gov. Foster signs lawsuit-reform measures into law", 96-Apr-17:4A
"Gov. Foster signs single gaming board bill into law", 96-May-02:5A
"Gov. Foster's budget proposal draws concern from House panel", 96-May-01:4A
"Gov. Mike Foster's inaugural speech", 96-Jan-09:4A
"Governor aims dollars at colleges", 96-May-04:1A
"Governor backs appointing rather than electing judges", 96-Jan-15:1B
"Governor cleans house after insurance rate hike", 96-May-17:4A
"Governor demands apology", 96-Jul-23:1A
"Governor endorses candidate Buchanan", 96-Feb-03:3B
"Governor faces first fiscal session today", 96-Apr-29:1A
"Governor proclaims awareness month", 96-Apr-17:6E
"Governor proposes statewide vote on gambling", 96-Feb-27:1A
"Governor says minimum tax on land casino not negotiable", 96-Nov-02:5B
"Governor to visit area next week", 96-Nov-14:1B
"Governor turns down 1st freebie", 96-Jan-10:1A
"Governor vs. video poker", 96-Oct-21:2B
"Governor will seek new teacher pay plan", 96-May-25:1A
"Governor's early actions rattle minority leaders", 96-Jan-29:1A
"Governor's signature makes concealed weapons bill law", 96-Apr-20:5A
"Group says governor is caving in on gaming", 96-Mar-01:1B
"High court to hear case on set-asides", 96-Jan-15:1A
"Insurance rate freeze advised pending study", 96-May-23:3B
"Is a rift growing between state's Black Caucus, Gov. Foster?", 96-Jan-29:2A
"Jury is still out on Gov. Foster's first 100 days", 96-Apr-14:1A
"La. gambling could face annual votes under plan", 96-Feb-21:3B
"Lawmakers to tackle funding", 96-Mar-22:1A
"LEARN to take its message to the airwaves", 96-May-25:1A
"Local men named to state posts", 96-Jul-25:1B
"Local opinions vary on Foster's performance during first 3 months in office", 96-Apr-14:4A
"Louisiana ahead of the game for new reform package", 96-Aug-01:1A
"NAACP won't get apology; summit with Foster falters", 96-Feb-07:1B
"Oaklawn Manor", 96-Jan-07:1E
"Plan puts priority on teacher pay", 96-May-07:1A
"Scores of appointees jobless after session", 96-Jun-14:6A
"Senate panel chops Foster pay raises by half", 96-Jun-02:1A
"Set-aside battle culminates today in capital", 96-Feb-24:1A
"Set-aside programs high on list of those Foster plans to end", 96-Jan-09:1A
"State studies structure of higher ed", 96-Jan-19:1A
"Support sought for one higher-ed board", 96-Feb-01:3B
"Teacher pay, gambling vote top concerns", 96-Jan-07:1A
"Two local ministers to take part in inauguration", 96-Jan-07:1A
"Women, labor join NAACP march against Foster", 96-Feb-06:5B

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Gambling'96
"'A piece of the action'", 96-Jan-20:1A
"199 video poker licenses doled out just before Nov. 5 election", 96-Dec-03:1A
"2 of mayor's advisers linked to gambling PAC", 96-Oct-10:1A
"3rd Bossier boat may hurt Harrah's", 96-Feb-04:1A
"400-room Harrah's hotel OK'd", 96-Aug-15:1A
"5th boat may be in cards", 96-Jan-18:1A
"A future may still be in cards for gambling", 96-Jan-01:1A
"A sure bet?", 96-Aug-04:1C
"Abracadabra: Casino Magic opens", 96-Oct-05:1A
"Activist blasts scholarships from casino", 96-Jul-31:1B
"All 64 parishes wil get a chance to vote on video poker", 96-Oct-01:2B
"Amendment gives 'credence' to gambling", 96-Aug-22:1B
"Analyst: Resorts key to riverboat casinos' survival", 96-Feb-13:1B
"Analysts split on impact 6th riverboat would have", 96-Nov-19:1A
"Anti-gambling forces bring their fight to Washington with opening of office", 96-Jan-18:4A
"Anti-gambling group to enlist support of churches", 96-Jun-18:1A
"Anti-gaming groups rap governor", 96-Apr-06:1B
"Are casinos driving job growth?", 96-Dec-01:1C
"Area casino revenues fall but still lead rest of state", 96-May-11:1B
"Area casinos are in the money", 96-Aug-04:1A
"Area casinos kick in bucks to problem-gambling group", 96-Jun-28:1A
"Area casinos see increases in revenues", 96-Apr-09:1B
"Area economy will take hit if boats move", 96-Oct-20:3B
"Area feels effect of 6,000 casino jobs", 96-Oct-23:2B
"Area legislators hold breath in gambling probe", 96-Aug-07:3B
"Ark. gambling backers attack ads placed by group", 96-Nov-05:4A
"Ark. vote signals boats to continue development", 96-Nov-07:8A
"Attorney general will decide DeSoto, Sabine gambling issue", 96-Sep-13:3B
"Auditors check computer on South La. riverboat", 96-Jan-06:3B
"Bankruptcies soar in 1995", 96-Mar-12:1B
"Baptists continue their fight against gambling", 96-Nov-13:4B
"Baton Rouge casinos lead spending on gambling vote", 96-Oct-19:1B
"Berth could boost Casino Magic stock", 96-May-01:4A
"Bingo could win if gaming goes", 96-Oct-28:1B
"Bossier boat could fill Caddo Parish coffers", 96-May-03:1A
"Bossier City casino revenue nears $30 million mark", 96-Dec-29:1B
"Bossier City Council OKs split of Casino Magic taxes", 96-Oct-30:2B
"Bossier City decides not to seek new tax agreement from casinos", 96-Aug-06:1A
"Bossier City fund reaches $16M", 96-Mar-23:1B
"Bossier City may seek more money from casinos", 96-Sep-05:3B
"Bossier City offers to share money", 96-Nov-05:3B
"Bossier City says it'll split money from Casino Magic", 96-Oct-02:1B
"Bossier City welcomes new boat", 96-Sep-02:1A
"Bossier jury may deal on boarding fee", 96-Jul-11:3B
"Bossier ready to put up a fight over Casino Magic site", 96-Jul-02:2B
"Bottom line: Gambling draws dollars, jobs, economists say", 96-Oct-23:2B
"Boundary debate reignites", 96-May-07:1A
"Broadhurst had no role in Casino Magic license", 96-Dec-04:1B
"Broadhurst remains on Casino Magic payroll despite leave", 96-Nov-26:1A
"Broadhurst's ties to casino under inquiry", 96-Nov-25:1A
"Budget woes expected if voters reject riverboats", 96-Jan-12:4A
"Businesses may lose video poker", 96-Dec-21:3B
"Caddo Commission: All voters should decide gambling issue", 96-Apr-09:5A
"Caddo commissioners balk at Casino Magic deal", 96-Oct-25:1B
"Caddo Parish Commission supports local option", 96-Feb-23:1B
"Caddo pursues research of 4th boat's property", 96-May-04:1A
"Caddo, Bossier gambling to stay", 96-Nov-06:1A
"Caddo, Bossier parishes OK video poker", 96-Nov-06:6A
"Caesars World shows interest in locating riverboat in Louisiana", 96-Jul-20:1A
"Casino America considers layoffs", 96-Nov-12:1A
"Casino America reports big losses", 96-Nov-09:2B
"Casino begins dealer school", 96-Aug-21:1B
"Casino board: Lobbyists cannot ask employees for donations", 96-Aug-13:3B
"Casino cashier arrested, fired in chip theft", 96-Jul-19:3B
"Casino contractor owned by kin of judges, lawmaker", 96-Apr-07:1A
"Casino could dock here without an election", 96-Oct-04:1A
"Casino Cruises permit quest will hinge on Harrah's plans", 96-Jul-26:1B
"Casino deal costs Bossier $6.3M", 96-Jan-04:1A
"Casino firms hit tough times", 96-Aug-05:6B
"Casino helps locals improve job skills", 96-Nov-16:10B
"Casino inspections might be done by Wednesday", 96-Oct-01:1B
"Casino looks to settle hiring-dispute lawsuits", 96-Apr-23:1B
"Casino Magic breaks ground", 96-Aug-07:1B
"Casino Magic celebrates groundbreaking event", 96-Aug-06:1B
"Casino Magic certain of its future here", 96-Apr-08:1A
"Casino Magic clear to steer boat to area", 96-May-01:1A
"Casino Magic gets OK for 5th boat here", 96-Mar-24:1A
"Casino Magic gets OK to buy bankrupt Crescent City Queen", 96-Apr-30:1A
"Casino Magic hedges berth bet", 96-Aug-13:3B
"Casino Magic makes deal to split money", 96-Oct-22:1A
"Casino Magic may reopen today", 96-Dec-07:3B
"Casino Magic passes state police tests", 96-Sep-27:1A
"Casino Magic remains closed through Sunday", 96-Nov-28:4B
"Casino Magic reopens", 96-Nov-14:1A, 96-Dec-08:1B
"Casino Magic site in limbo", 96-Aug-21:4A
"Casino Magic to ask commission for Bossier berth today", 96-Mar-23:1B
"Casino Magic to close doors as Red River rises higher", 96-Nov-10:1B
"Casino Magic to hold job fair in August", 96-Jul-25:3B
"Casino Magic to reopen today", 96-Nov-13:2B
"Casino Magic vows $1M for Airline Drive", 96-May-08:1A
"Casino Magic waiting for OK to open", 96-Oct-03:3B
"Casino market still profitable", 96-Nov-16:1A
"Casino opening delayed", 96-Jun-06:5A
"Casino opponent slams Foster in Harrah's case", 96-May-08:3B
"Casino raises ante in hotel market", 96-Jun-05:1A
"Casino revival will take work, New Orleans mayor says", 96-Aug-10:3B
"Casino says it pays city too much", 96-Apr-28:1B
"Casino seeks wetlands permit", 96-May-20:1B
"Casino touts expansion proposal", 96-Aug-12:1B
"Casinos adopt wait-and-see stance on hotels", 96-May-05:1A
"Casinos have eye on region", 96-Oct-25:3B
"Casinos increase take in November", 96-Dec-12:4B
"Casinos set to invest more in La.", 96-Oct-20:2B
"Casinos watching Arkansas referendum", 96-Oct-31:1B
"Choctaws in Jena to meet with Foster official about building a casino", 96-Jul-15:3B
"Churches unite to fight gambling", 96-Oct-20:3B
"Cities, parishes hunt for more casino dollars", 96-Oct-21:2B
"Citizen appeals Harrah's riverfront plan", 96-Aug-23:1B
"City could gain funds with 2nd boat", 96-Aug-16:6A
"City may help casinos take jury to court", 96-Jan-15:1B
"City readies for bustling riverfront", 96-Nov-11:1A
"Coalition hosts anti-gambling rally", 96-Nov-02:1A
"College official, Isle of Capri attack gambling foe's remarks", 96-Aug-01:3B
"Commission postpones action on Mirage", 96-Jan-21:1A
"Committee approved to review gambling", 96-Aug-04:1A
"Company has plans to build hotel as well", 96-Aug-21:4A
"Company predicts lower returns for Harrah's", 96-Aug-24:1B
"Confusion reigns as votes on gambling draw near", 96-Sep-10:1A
"Constitutional amendment could hinder gaming industry plans", 96-Jul-24:1A
"Constitutional amendment could limit boats here", 96-Sep-09:1A
"Council poised to endorse commission's OK of Harrah's hotel", 96-Aug-17:1A
"Court told gaming operators have rights, too", 96-Oct-15:3B
"Deadline extended again in Harrah's bankruptcy case", 96-Sep-12:2B
"Deal appears in the works over casino location", 96-Aug-20:1B
"Development of Cane's Landing on hold for now", 96-May-06:1B
"Division of Casino Magic funds negotiated", 96-Oct-19:1B
"Downtown businesses welcome 2nd boat", 96-Oct-12:2B
"Edwards' ally joins local group vying for berth", 96-Jan-21:4A
"Efforts die to seek more money from boats", 96-Oct-08:1B
"Ex-Gov. Edwards testifies before federal grand jury", 96-Mar-07:1B
"Ex-state senator indicted", 96-Jul-27:1A
"FBI probe involves riverboats", 96-Oct-26:1A
"Federal grand juries put criminals on notice", 96-Nov-25:2B
"Feds want one trial for six in video poker fraud case", 96-Dec-12:5B
"Fifth riverboat still on local horizon", 96-Feb-22:1A
"Flamingo Casino looks toward Shreveport area", 96-Aug-20:3B
"Flamingo finds new home", 96-Oct-12:1A
"Floodwaters continue to plague Magic, park", 96-Nov-12:1A
"For Greenwood, poker profits generated new water system", 96-Oct-22:2B
"Former casino board sues state", 96-Jul-11:2B
"Foster accused of delaying gaming appointment", 96-Jun-24:3B
"Foster bristles over gaming", 96-Apr-10:4A
"Foster eager to appoint gaming board", 96-Apr-24:1B
"Foster forced to compromise on gaming vote", 96-Apr-03:1A
"Foster hits stride with gambling election", 96-Apr-04:1A
"Foster outlines his campaign against gambling amendment", 96-Oct-09:5B
"Foster predicts gaming fight not over", 96-Nov-07:8A
"Foster pushes gaming votes", 96-Mar-21:1A
"Foster rethinks gambling vote options", 96-Feb-16:1A
"Foster sends mixed signals on gambling", 96-Nov-01:1A
"Foster to help gambling foes", 96-Oct-04:3B
"Foster to replace 2 gaming commissioners", 96-Mar-16:1A
"Foster will allow separate voting on video poker, riverboats", 96-Mar-06:1A
"Foster won't block Casino Magic license", 96-Apr-29:1A
"Foster, legislators differ on gambling election", 96-Feb-10:1B
"Foster: Amendment won't expand Louisiana gamgling", 96-Aug-08:3B
"Four more indicted in gambling probe", 96-Aug-15:3B
"Gambling board puts off Hilton decision", 96-Sep-04:1A
"Gambling board standstill grounds industry plans", 96-Jun-30:1A
"Gambling brings dollars, doubts", 96-Oct-23:1A
"Gambling faces La. voters Nov. 5", 96-Oct-20:1A
"Gambling fight draws Buchanan", 96-Oct-02:1B
"Gambling foes, proponents still struggle to explain Amendment 1", 96-Sep-20:1A
"Gambling for a turnaround", 96-Oct-21:3B
"Gambling industry hangs on as states cap major initiatives", 96-Oct-13:1A
"Gambling interests walk fine line in support of riverboat ballot issue", 96-Sep-26:2B
"Gambling issue gets national attention", 96-Nov-05:1A
"Gambling on Christmas, Easter still legal", 96-Apr-20:4A
"Gambling opponents won't air ads locally", 96-Oct-27:1B
"Gambling opponents: Tarver not right for SU", 96-Oct-19:1A
"Gambling proposal gains support", 96-Sep-08:1A
"Gambling's impct: revenues & scandals", 96-Oct-21:1A
"Gambling-board bill advances", 96-Apr-10:4A
"Gaming blamed as bankruptcy numbers soar", 96-Aug-12:3B
"Gaming board delays Hilton casino decision", 96-Sep-05:1A
"Gaming board to scrutinize Broadhurst's link with Isle", 96-Oct-06:1A
"Gaming board wants to keep video poker machine fees", 96-Nov-20:3B
"Gaming board won't rush boat decision", 96-Sep-23:1A
"Gaming commission to consider boat license", 96-Feb-02:1A
"Gaming fight won't end with vote, opponent says", 96-Oct-30:5B
"Gaming foes unite behind local option", 96-Apr-16:1A
"Gaming gets OK to pool political funds", 96-Oct-16:1A
"Gaming industry can bring firepower to local elections", 96-Apr-27:1A
"Gaming license delayed until after special session", 96-Mar-06:1B
"Gaming opponents regroup", 96-Nov-10:1A
"Gaming probe nets 3", 96-Oct-05:1A
"Gaming proponents begin effort to persuade voters", 96-Apr-20:1A
"Gov. Foster signs single gaming board bill into law", 96-May-02:5A
"Governments use care with bounty", 96-Oct-24:3B
"Governor demands apology", 96-Jul-23:1A
"Governor says minimum tax on land casino not negotiable", 96-Nov-02:5B
"Governors vs. video poker", 96-Oct-21:2B
"Grand jury indicts Mijalises, Swearingen", 96-Feb-23:1A
"Group says governor is caving in on gaming", 96-Mar-01:1B
"Groups organize to voice interest in gaming issues", 96-Feb-14:6A
"Hamel's property remains viable site for casino", 96-Feb-04:6B
"Harrah's backs gaming restriction", 96-Sep-10:2A
"Harrah's boarding system questioned", 96-Apr-27:1B
"Harrah's chairman to retire", 96-Oct-29:8B
"Harrah's exclusive rights stifle others", 96-Jul-22:1A
"Harrah's hotel plans generate fear, optimism", 96-Aug-16:1A
"Harrah's Jazz Co. agrees to pay creditors", 96-Nov-05:5B
"Harrah's OKs plan to build a local hotel", 96-Jul-23:1A
"Harrah's plans for second boat delayed", 96-Aug-01:1B
"Harrah's signs La. Casino Cruises deal", 96-Jan-19:1B
"Harrah's to file for state's final riverboat license", 96-Jul-25:1A
"Harrah's to join fight to bring 2nd casino to Shreveport", 96-Jan-18:1A
"Harrah's to spend $1 million to win votes for land casino", 96-Sep-27:3B
"Harrah's, city meet to discuss hotel", 96-Nov-23:4B
"Harrah's, city reveiw new tax rate plan", 96-Dec-02:1A
"Harrah's, Horseshoe battle for top state gambling revenue", 96-Sep-11:5B
"Harrah's, Shreveport haggle on fees, hotel", 96-Aug-02:1A
"Harrah's: More boats wouldn't hurt us", 96-Mar-25:1A
"Head of state police doesn't want gaming to fund department", 96-Oct-18:5B
"Hilton casino seeks move to local site", 96-Aug-21:1A
"Hilton, Bally form gaming giant", 96-Dec-19:1B
"Hollywood Casino could downsize project if licnesed", 96-Nov-29:1A
"Hollywood Casino's credit rating under review", 96-Aug-27:6A
"Hollywood pushes commission to issue second riverboat berth", 96-Mar-09:1B
"Horsehoe's past indictments raise new concerns", 96-Mar-03:1A
"Horseshoe brings new casino upriver", 96-Dec-18:1B
"Horseshoe doesn't have a lock on fifth local license", 96-Jul-12:1A
"Horseshoe gives Bossier schools $1.5M", 96-Jan-18:1A
"Horseshoe guarantees police jury $1.5 million a year", 96-Dec-29:1A
"Horseshoe left to wait for board to decide fate", 96-May-01:4A
"Horseshoe may have to scale back $170M expansion", 96-Dec-23:1A
"Horseshoe reveals high-rise hotel plans", 96-Mar-19:1A
"Horseshoe thinks BIG", 96-Jun-05:8B
"Horseshoe wins approval to bring in larger casino to area", 96-Aug-29:1A
"Horseshoe, Isle of Capri urge caution", 96-Aug-22:4A
"Horseshoe: New hotel would help fuel boom", 96-Jun-06:8B
"House OKs local-option gaming vote", 96-Apr-09:1A
"House panel OKs state gaming vote", 96-Mar-28:1A
"House takes aim at video poker", 96-Mar-26:1A
"House votes to protect slush funds, increase gaming enforcement", 96-May-22:4A
"Ignore the headlines: Crime has dropped since casinos arrived", 96-Oct-23:3B
"Indictments help cause, gaming foes say", 96-Oct-09:5B
"Industry divided in lobbying effort", 96-Mar-21:4A
"Isle of Capri claims singing group as minority vendor on report", 96-Feb-26:1B
"Isle of Capri lays off 112 workers to cut back overhead", 96-Nov-15:1A
"Isle of Capri owner examines charges against Broadhurst", 96-Nov-08:1B
"Isle of Capri pledges $1M for scholarships", 96-Jul-16:3B
"Isle tops revenues of parent", 96-Dec-03:1B
"It's not a mirage--decision on 4th boat imminent", 96-Jan-17:1A
"Jena tribe still chasing casino, won't be 'dictated to' by state", 96-Jul-11:8B
"Jury may settle in casino dispute", 96-Jul-10:1B
"Kosmitis: Delaying last license could cost La. millions", 96-Jan-03:1A
"La. cities stand to lose big without video poker", 96-Nov-07:8A
"La. gambling could face annual votes under plan", 96-Feb-21:3B
"La. gambling marked by several scandals", 96-Oct-21:2B
"La. police investigate video poker company for mob link", 96-Nov-05:5B
"La. voters seem split on gaming question", 96-Oct-25:2B
"LaDowns OKs sale of casino shares", 96-Jul-05:1B
"LaDowns: Video poker aids the track", 96-Apr-25:4A
"Lake Charles hopes deal will bring 4th riverboat", 96-Jan-04:3B
"Land-based casino partner evading liability claim, attorney says", 96-Nov-26:5B
"Law allows some gifts by gambling interests", 96-Aug-21:4A
"Lawmaker indicted on gambling charges", 96-Apr-04:3B
"Lawmaker's company deals with boats", 96-Apr-19:1B
"Lawmakers eye loophole in gaming law", 96-Feb-11:1B
"Legislature OKs local option on gaming", 96-Apr-19:1A
"Line forms as Casino Magic reopens", 96-Nov-14:1B
"Local boats to spend little to promote gaming", 96-Oct-20:2B
"Local business strongly supports gambling, survey says", 96-Oct-23:2B
"Local casino market grows 12 percent", 96-Nov-13:1B
"Local casino market surges 10 percent", 96-Dec-13:3B
"Local casinos take top three revenue slots", 96-Aug-13:1B
"Local duo seeks casino license", 96-Jul-24:1B
"Local hotel operators watch as boats build own hotels", 96-Oct-24:2B
"Local police to decide video poker's future", 96-Jan-04:3B
"Local riverboats beat August doldrums, lead state", 96-Oct-16:1B
"Longwood truck stop gets poker license back", 96-Oct-12:4B
"Lottery reels under pinch of video poker", 96-May-29:3B
"Louisiana state police seek to double gambling enforcement division", 96-May-08:6A
"Louisiana to collect taxes on jackpots", 96-Jul-15:1A
"Magic going domestic", 96-Dec-11:8B
"Magic may open pavilion this weekend", 96-Dec-24:1A
"Magic slates October debut", 96-Jul-12:1A
"Magic to open pavilion today", 96-Dec-31:1A
"Makeup of panel could shape national debate on gambling", 96-Oct-25:3B
"Mirage abandons plans for local boat", 96-Jan-26:1A
"Mirage plans to reveal its intentions today", 96-Jan-25:4B
"Mirage told it can't back out of casino deal", 96-Jan-27:3B
"Mock opening casino Magic's final big test before real event", 96-Sep-26:2B
"Money woes may hinder Casino American's plans", 96-Nov-14:1A
"More bankruptcies raise questions", 96-Oct-23:3B
"More residents appeal Harrah's riverfront plan", 96-Aug-24:3B
"Most Indian casinos not in federal compliance", 96-Dec-30:1A
"Nevada casino company buys out local partner", 96-Dec-12:5B
"New casino to help city with Airline widening", 96-May-02:1A
"New Orleans City Council approve revised lease for Harrah's Jazz casino", 96-Oct-04:5B
"New Orleans working to keep riverboat", 96-Aug-22:4A
"Opening draws dignitaries; boat gives $1 million to Bossier City", 96-Oct-05:2B
"Opinions collide in statewide gambling hearing", 96-Feb-27:2B
"Other areas of state not as receptive to gaming as NW La.", 96-Mar-21:4A
"Other casinos don't fear Casino Magic's approach", 96-May-01:4A
"Panel delays decision on Harrah's hotel plan", 96-Aug-13:1A
"Panel reschedules special meeting", 96-Aug-14:1B
"Panel to visit Shreveport", 96-Feb-06:5B
"Parish wants more casino money", 96-Sep-12:1B
"Parking poses problem for Magic customers", 96-Oct-06:1A
"Place 5th boat in Shreveport, mayor pleads", 96-Aug-07:1A
"Police jury will seek money from Casino Magic", 96-Sep-18:5B
"Poll shows voters favor gambling amendment", 96-Sep-19:3B
"Problem gamblers turning to white-collar crimes", 96-Jul-17:2B
"Promise of a fifth boat", 96-Aug-17:1A
"Proposed Cane's Landing complex grows", 96-Aug-16:1B
"Rain puts Horseshoe hotel behind schedule", 96-Dec-11:1B
"Residents can sound off on gambling", 96-Feb-13:1A
"Residents speak out at public gaming forum", 96-Feb-14:1A
"Residents turn out to support jury's plan for boarding fee", 96-Oct-25:1B
"Restaurant owners adapt to casinos", 96-Oct-24:2B
"Rising Red forces cancellation, frustrates Magic officials", 96-Nov-30:1A
"Riverboat arrives at dock", 96-Sep-05:1B
"Riverboat casinos win $1.16 billion in past year", 96-Jul-19:3B
"Riverboat funds fight nears end", 96-May-16:1B
"Riverboat gambling sails to victory", 96-Nov-06:6A
"Riverboat set to begin journey to Shreveport-Bossier City", 96-Aug-27:3B
"Riverboats add dazzle to night life", 96-Oct-24:2B
"Riverboats draw more tourists", 96-Mar-12:8B
"Riverboats land Shreveport on the map", 96-Oct-24:1A
"Riverboats tout their work with community", 96-Oct-23:2B
"Riverboats' dock battle fizzles out", 96-Jun-23:1A
"S. La. developers refuse to give up riverboat dreams", 96-Feb-12:3B
"Scandal catches ex-legislator", 96-Jul-27:4A
"Schools seek more casino money", 96-Sep-25:1B
"Senate approves local-option measure", 96-Apr-18:7A
"Senate committee advances gambling-voting measures", 96-Mar-29:5A
"Senate panel to question gambling board chairman", 96-Aug-27:6A
"Senate staffers to testify in gambling probe", 96-Sep-15:7B
"Senate votes to stop political contributions from gambling industry", 96-Apr-03:5A
"Shreveport group wanted to hold own election", 96-Apr-04:6A
"Shreveport joins dispute over casino location", 96-Jul-15:1A
"Shreveport's quest for Casino magic money will continue", 96-Oct-12:2B
"Six riverboats could saturate Shreveport-Bossier City market", 96-Aug-22:1A
"Six still vie for remaining casino license", 96-Oct-15:1A
"Sixth person picked for gaming board", 96-Dec-11:4B
"Small businesses counting on gaming", 96-Oct-22:2B
"So far, riverboats prove inexpensive", 96-Oct-24:3B
"Some riverboat casino questions are answered", 96-Jan-18:4A
"Some still wait for riverfront to become a hot tourist spot", 96-Oct-24:3B
"Spread of gambling slows across the U.S.", 96-Oct-25:1A
"State 14,000 video poker machines generate $170 million", 96-Oct-20:3B
"State explores taxing Indian casinos", 96-Sep-12:1A
"State gambling board grills Harrah's about its reliability", 96-Aug-28:1A
"State police aim to finish casino deal", 96-Apr-23:1A
"State police eye Horseshoe Casino violations, fines", 96-Feb-12:1A
"State police mulling Mirage license", 96-Jan-20:1A
"State police say 'yes' to Mirage", 96-Jan-24:4B
"State seeks new hearing of PAC donation ban", 96-Oct-18:5B
"State Senate committee backs ban on casinos pooling election donations", 96-Sep-06:5B
"State-FBI team expects more gambling arrests", 96-Jul-14:1A
"Supporters of gambling spend big money in statewide election", 96-Nov-04:1A
"Supreme Court strengthens state power in gaming fight", 96-Mar-28:1A
"Survey: Readers favor video poker", 96-Dec-12:1B
"Talks continue on splitting money between Caddo, Bossier", 96-Oct-05:2B
"Temporary gaming permits nixed", 96-Oct-12:4B
"Texarkana shows gaming potential", 96-Oct-13:1B
"Texas study strikes note with casinos", 96-Jun-03:1A
"The big flop", 96-Oct-25:2B
"Thousands flock to casino job fair", 96-Aug-03:1A
"Troopers question riverboat casino role", 96-Jan-20:3B
"Truck stops prove popular for electronic card playing", 96-Oct-22:2B
"Unpopular video poker may be doomed", 96-Mar-15:1A
"Various companies brought in local riverboats", 96-Oct-21:3B
"Vegas-style shows may be in the cards", 96-Apr-06:1B
"Video poker applicants push for approval", 96-Oct-29:1A
"Video poker backers seek to overturn money ban", 96-Oct-11:3B
"Video poker ban could cripple La.'s racetracks", 96-Mar-31:1A
"Video poker campaign to highlight tax issue", 96-Oct-26:1B
"Video poker corruption case opens", 96-Aug-05:1A
"Video poker gives little economic boost, group says", 96-Oct-31:5B
"Video poker machines face uncertain future", 96-Feb-23:1B
"Video poker nets profit, indictments", 96-Oct-22:1A
"Video poker operators continue campaign", 96-Oct-25:1B
"Video poker remains hot topic for Legislature", 96-Dec-01:1A
"Video poker still stirs debate", 96-Oct-22:2B
"Video poker vote may cost La. $70 million", 96-Nov-07:1A
"Voters across nation have their say on gambling", 96-Nov-07:8A
"Voters seem to oppose video poker, poll says", 96-Sep-12:3B
"Votes may affect Indian casinos in the future", 96-Oct-25:2B
"Winnings worth the wait, eager gamblers say", 96-Oct-05:2B
"Workers jump ship for Casino Magic", 96-Sep-15:1C
Gardner, James C.
"Former mayor to appear on show", 96-Jun-09:1B
Garison, Carolyn
"Librarian remembered as 'songbird'", 96-May-08:1B
"Obituary", 96-May-08:2B
"Soprano killed in wreck", 96-May-07:3B
Genealogy
"Add some order in your home office", 96-Jul-15:3D
"Area residents need help with searches", 96-Jun-24:3D
"Book about Revolutionary War may help in ancestors' search", 96-May-13:3D
"Book reprints vital statistics", 96-Dec-09:3D
"Census reports on CD-ROM enhance research", 96-Aug-04:3D
"First step is to check others' research", 96-May-27:3D
"Genealogy search can lead to new friends", 96-Oct-28:3D
"Group marks confederate graves", 96-Apr-28:3D
"Learn how to script your life story", 96-Jul-01:3D
"Magazines aid search for information", 96-Sep-02:4D
"Military census leads to relatives", 96-Dec-16:3D
"New books may interest genealogists", 96-Sep-23:3D
"PBS series to spotlight genealogy", 96-Dec-02:3D
"Plan now for '97 genealogical events", 96-Nov-04:3D
"Program will feature mysterious Melungeons", 96-Sep-16:3D
"Quakers' 'meeting records' are mine of information", 96-Jul-22:3D
"Readers can help genealogists in their searches", 96-Aug-12:3D
"Readers search for lost family members from Arkansas to Mississippi to Georgia", 96-Sep-30:3D
"Records of veterans' benefits contain genealogical information", 96-Nov-11:3D
"Resolve to track down ancestors", 96-Dec-30:3D
"Scrapbooks are wonderful ways to preserve family's past", 96-Jul-08:3D
"Sometimes ancestor hunting is all in the name--or lack of one", 96-Feb-05:3D
"Stones to be replaced on confederate graves", 96-Oct-21:3D
General Motors
"'GM is going to be tougher'", 96-Sep-18:8B
"A variety of products have come off the Shreveport line", 96-Sep-01:1C
"Company reports earnings decline", 96-Apr-23:8B
"Contract gives UAW larger role in GM outsourcing", 96-Nov-08:8B
"Cost-cutting suggestion pays off for GM employee", 96-Jun-04:10B
"Electric truck line to start up soon", 96-Oct-03:8B
"Ford, UAW talks end in tentative agreement", 96-Sep-17:8B
"General Motors' new trucks coming on line", 96-Feb-23:8B
"General Motors' plants face threat of another shutdown", 96-Apr-03:1A
"GM 'showed it had a backbone'", 96-Mar-23:10B
"GM achieves record profits", 96-Jan-31:8B
"GM celebrates 15th anniversary", 96-Sep-01:3C
"GM Corp. gears up for strike", 96-Mar-07:8B
"GM down to wire on truck parts", 96-Jun-26:10B
"GM embraces new Hugger truck", 96-May-09:1A
"GM gears for new models", 96-Jan-05:8B
"GM invites public to visit assembly line", 96-Apr-21:1C
"GM locals await word on return to work", 96-Nov-05:8B
"GM negotiators continue bargaining", 96-Oct-22:8B
"GM plant trucks past milestone", 96-Sep-01:1C
"GM plants continue shutdowns", 96-Mar-12:8B
"GM plants idled by glitches", 96-Nov-15:8B
"GM protests paying unemployment", 96-Mar-15:8B
"GM strike hurts blood supply", 96-Mar-19:3B
"GM strike negotiations continue, resolution no closer", 96-Mar-20:8B
"GM strikers appear to be in for a long ride", 96-Mar-17:1C
"GM talks resume with little porgress", 96-Mar-16:10B
"GM to open its doors for tours", 96-Apr-25:8B
"GM trucks to go electric: Shreveport plant to be sole production site for electric pickup", 96-Jan-05:1A
"GM unveils Sportsides", 96-Jan-13:10B
"GM workers agree to end Canada strike", 96-Oct-23:1A
"GM workers OK option to walk out", 96-Aug-16:8B
"GM workers to vote on strike option", 96-Aug-14:8B
"GM, UAW settle Indianapolis strike", 96-Nov-04:6B
"GM, union brace for coming battle", 96-Apr-20:10B
"GM, union reach agreement", 96-Mar-22:8B
"GM, union ready to talk", 96-Jun-12:8B
"GM-union talks linger on", 96-Oct-21:6B
"Local GM plant could see production Wednesday", 96-Mar-23:1A
"Local GM plant may halt work", 96-Oct-31:1A
"Local GM plant plans shutdown", 96-Mar-08:1A
"Local GM plant porduction will resume Friday", 96-Nov-07:1A
"Local GM plant shuts down", 96-Nov-02:1A
"Local GM plant to shift daily production up a gear", 96-Jan-30:8B
"Local plant to feel effects of strike", 96-Mar-08:8B
"Local unit gears up to negotiate 'a good, fair agreement' with company", 96-Apr-20:10B
"More than half of GM's plants now idle", 96-Mar-13:8B
"Pay may continue during shutdown", 96-Apr-04:8B
"Plant opens its doors to public", 96-Apr-19:8B
"Production to resume at GM on Wednesday", 96-Mar-26:1A
"Shreveport contract negotiations remain at standstill, UAW officials says", 96-Sep-02:8B
"Shreveport GM plant still down", 96-Nov-06:6B
"Shreveport plant set to shut down", 96-Nov-01:8B
"Shreveport plant, union still negotiating contract", 96-Sep-22:1C
"Strike averted with tentative agreement", 96-Apr-10:8B
"Strike hits home for GM workers", 96-Mar-14:1A
"Strikes, local talks continue despite national contract", 96-Nov-03:1C
"Talks between autoworkeers, GM enter their fourth day", 96-Mar-19:8B
"Thousands tour GM plant", 96-Apr-26:8B
"Union votes today to end GM strike", 96-Mar-22:1A
"Walkout nears crisis stage", 96-Mar-21:8B
"Workers hold breath for Indiana strike end", 96-Oct-31:10B
Giddens, Tandy Key
"First TV broadcast from here in the 1920s", 96-Nov-30:11A
Girl Scouts
"Girl Scouts to celebrate 60 years in the area", 96-Mar-13:3E
"Pelican Council Girl Scouts celebrate 60th anniversary", 96-Mar-17:6B
Glover, Rep. Cedric
"Attorney general: Glover violated state law", 96-Jan-31:1A
"Officials examine relationship between Glover, riverboats", 96-Feb-01:1A
Grabill, Bill
"The Glen displays historical photos", 96-Jun-03:1D
Grambling State University
"'You shall be surprised by God'", 96-May-20:1B
"1 more year for Robinson", 96-Dec-14:1A
"5 to plead Jan. 13 in GSU rape", 96-Dec-10:1B
"Area grads get degrees from Grambling State", 96-May-27:3B
"Band director remembered", 96-Mar-08:1B
"Bayou Classic draws blacks from across U.S.", 96-Dec-01:3B
"Brun: GSU dispensed an invalid diploma", 96-Jul-30:1A
"Colleges get chance to defend programs", 96-May-20:3B
"Committee to investigate grade changes", 96-Jul-18:1A
"Despite controversy, students remain upbeat about Grambling", 96-Aug-28:6A
"Dorm safety scrutinized in GSU rape", 96-Nov-15:1A
"Ex-GSU student worker charged with forgery", 96-Oct-10:2B
"Files related to NCAA inquiry at Grambling lost in burglary", 96-Jul-31:2A
"Five GSU students accused of rape", 96-Nov-14:1A
"Foster names panel for Grambling probe", 96-Oct-05:4B
"Foster wants independent review of GSU", 96-Aug-24:1A
"Foster won't jump into Robinson fray", 96-Dec-12:1A
"Grambling catalog lists 54 inactive degrees, panel told", 96-Jul-10:1A
"Grambling coach to visit store", 96-Jul-28:1C
"Grambling expels accused students", 96-Dec-06:1B
"Grambling football coach sure program clean", 96-May-14:1A
"Grambling plans convocation", 96-Sep-18:1B
"Grambling reassigns athletic head", 96-Aug-28:1A
"Grambling reports expected this week", 96-Aug-19:1B
"Grambling student will receive disputed degree", 96-Jul-06:3B
"Grambling to interview 5 candidates for athletic director", 96-Dec-14:1A
"Grambling to offer master's program for nursing students", 96-Jan-07:8B
"Grambling to review changes in grades", 96-Jul-25:1B
"Grambling vows to guarantee equal treatment of its athletes", 96-Dec-26:1A
"Grambling: Athletes' grades changed after courses finished", 96-Jul-10:4A
"Grant helps GSU lure SUSBO science students", 96-Dec-26:1B
"Grants boost universities beyond classroom", 96-Nov-25:1A
"GSU admits to NCAA rule violation", 96-Dec-16:1A
"GSU campus police adding escorts next month", 96-Dec-24:3B
"GSU can't account for unsold tickets", 96-Dec-18:1B
"GSU completes internal probe", 96-Nov-02:3B
"GSU degree issue unclear after audits", 96-Sep-25:2B
"GSU founder's late daughter honored", 96-May-18:3B
"GSU group to review possible NCAA allegations", 96-Aug-10:1A
"GSU inquiry deepens", 96-Aug-09:1A
"GSU president promises action on degree controversy", 96-Jul-31:1A
"GSU president to receive award", 96-Jan-19:1B
"GSU reviews suspension of students", 96-Nov-21:2B
"GSU student altered grades, report shows", 96-Dec-20:1A
"GSU's '97 season may include Robinson, ex-Super Bowl MVP", 96-Dec-13:1A
"GSU's problems overblown, panel says", 96-Aug-23:1A
"GSU, La. Tech put grants to use", 96-Nov-25:1B
"Hearing on Grambling degrees to go forward today", 96-Jul-09:3B
"Hearing postponed in Grambling case", 96-Jul-09:1B
"Hicks denies ultimatum for Robinson", 96-Dec-11:1A
"House panel to investigate Grambling grade changes", 96-Jun-29:1A
"Isle of Capri pledges $1M for scholarships", 96-Jul-16:3B
"Lawyer to file Grambling injunction", 96-Jun-21:3B
"NAACP members register 600 voters at Grambling", 96-Sep-14:3B
"NCAA will consider GSU's efforts to clean up athletics", 96-Dec-22:1A
"Neither alumni nor Grambling's Robinson got what they wanted", 96-Dec-15:1D
"Officials search for solutions for Grambling", 96-Oct-08:5B
"Panel plans probe of GSU degree programs", 96-Jun-27:1A
"Panel plans to look at GSU management", 96-Dec-05:3B
"Regents join inquiry into GSU grade changes", 96-Aug-03:1A
"Request for GSU degree analysis raises legal questions", 96-Oct-29:1B
"Robinson rallies for Grambling", 96-Aug-29:1A
"Robinson stews as GSU waits", 96-Dec-13:1C
"Robinson's future at GSU questioned", 96-Dec-10:SS
"Student files suit over degree", 96-Jun-22:1B
"Student refuses math degree deal", 96-Jul-10:4A
"Student to take court action against Grambling", 96-Jun-20:1A
"Student won't march at GSU graduation", 96-Jul-12:3B
"Students fail to show for hearing in rape case", 96-Dec-05:1B
"System begins Grambling probe", 96-Aug-07:1B
"Tech, Grambling plan joint project", 96-Jun-18:3B
"Trustees call for an end to Grambling problems", 96-Sep-28:5B
"Two top GSU administrators fired", 96-Aug-27:1A
"Universities defend programs targeted for elimination by state", 96-Aug-21:1B
"Universities try to save programs from looming ax", 96-May-21:1B
Greater Shreveport Human Relations Commission
"6 nominated for 3 seats on relations commission", 96-Apr-03:2B
"Board allows task force chair to keep voting rights", 96-Aug-02:1B
"Brown's widow pushes racial unity", 96-Dec-05:3B
"C.E. Byrd site of diversity fair", 96-Apr-17:1E
"City commission to decide status of gay/lesbian rep", 96-Jul-12:1B
"City will fund commission for '97 only", 96-Dec-13:1A
"Communication gap frusrates HRC panel", 96-May-03:1B
"Council adopts $127 million budget", 96-Dec-14:1B
"Embracing the races", 96-Nov-10:1E
"Group takes award nominations", 96-Nov-17:1B
"Human Rights Day teaches understanding", 96-Dec-11:1B
"Human rights forum aims to promote better relations", 96-Dec-06:1B
"Mayor at odds with panel policy", 96-May-24:1A
"Mayor backs off initial pledge to appoint gay to commission", 96-Feb-27:3B
"Mayor wants to cut funding for human relations panel", 96-Dec-12:1A
"Panel mulls relations with mayor", 96-May-29:3B
"Race relations could suffer if fire deemed 'hate crime'", 96-Jun-25:2B
"Relations panel funds forthcoming", 96-May-04:1B
"Task force authority threatened", 96-Jun-07:1B
"Teens discuss differences at rally", 96-Oct-25:1A
"Youth council to hold forum", 96-Sep-12:1B
Greenwood Cemetery
"Cemetery plaque to be dedicated", 96-Nov-20:1B
"Historic cemetery to gain plaque marking its past", 96-Nov-21:5B
"Stones to be replaced on confederate graves", 96-Oct-21:3D
Greenwood, La.
"Historic house gets new life", 96-Nov-30:1B
"Pioneer spirit to take hold of Greenwood", 96-Sep-27:9E
"Town returns to its roots", 96-Apr-17:3E

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Haughton, La.
"Historic Haughton building's days may be numbered", 96-Jul-28:1B
Herold, Dr. Arthur Jr.
"Local physician, insulin pioneer dies", 96-Oct-11:2B
Hibernia National Bank
"Hibernia adds stamps to its ATMs", 96-May-24:8B
"Hibernia Corp. reports earnings of $24.7 million in first quarter", 96-Apr-16:8B
"Hibernia earnings jump 22%", 96-Jul-11:8B
"Hibernia files for preferred stock offering", 96-Sep-21:10B
"Hibernia launches home loan program", 96-Mar-14:8B
"Hibernia opens expanded branch", 96-Dec-11:8B
"Hibernia posts quarterly, annual gains", 96-Jan-12:8B
"Hibernia uptown branch puts on a new face", 96-Sep-01:1C
Highland
"Bamboo Restaurant to close next week", 96-Nov-21:8B
"Highland residents say neighborhood is better", 96-Sep-30:1B
"Highland Weed and Seed program yields results", 96-Jul-11:3B
"South Highlands began as a separate town", 96-Aug-31:5B
"Trolly will run through Highland", 96-Mar-07:11D
Highland Area Partnership
"'Dream come true' for new homeowner", 96-May-22:3B
"Creswell cleanup is a group effort", 96-May-08:1E
"Group selling Shreveport flags", 96-Dec-24:1B
Highland Baptist Church
"A farewell to Highland", 96-Jan-01:1A
"New life is pumped into Highland Center", 96-Mar-20:1B
Highland Hospital
"Columbia HCA gets new rival with merger", 96-Oct-18:8B
"HCA Highland expands", 96-Feb-13:8B
"Highland expands ER, will host open house", 96-Sep-27:8B
"Highland Hospital honors five top caring employees", 96-Sep-18:3E
"Highland opens heart lab", 96-Sep-28:10B
"Sala takes Highland top spot", 96-Jun-20:8B
"Small hospitals become fair game", 96-Oct-27:1C
Highland Restoration Association
"Highland parade set for Sunday", 96-Feb-14:1D
"Home buyers rejuvenate Highland area", 96-Mar-31:1B
"Meals dished up with love: First Baptist ministers to Highland neighborhood", 96-Apr-12:1B
Historic Preservation
"Preservation group to study sites for inclusion in national registry", 96-Feb-04:6B
Holiday in Dixie
"200,000 expected at air show", 96-Apr-28:1A
"Air Force band to perform at The Strand", 96-Apr-12:3E
"Annual Barksdale open house is just plane fun", 96-Apr-12:2E
"Calling all blockheads", 96-Apr-04:1D
"Carnival spirit overflows", 96-Apr-12:3E
"Events fill day with fun", 96-Apr-28:1A
"HID Cotillion announces its king and queen", 96-Feb-16:1D
"HID offers two flavors of parade: Classic or Doo Dah", 96-Apr-12:5E
"Holiday in Dixie announces Cotillion court", 96-Feb-16:2D
"Holiday in Dixie enters final weekend", 96-Apr-26:7E
"Holiday in Dixie festivities return to the Ark-La-Tex", 96-Apr-01:1D
"Holiday in Dixie names top leadership", 96-Oct-09:5D
"Holiday in Dixie web site added by Barksdale AFB", 96-Mar-27:3B
"It's holiday time in Dixie", 96-Apr-12:2E
"Mother Nature cancels parade", 96-Apr-21:1B
"Nine are presented at HID Plantation Ball", 96-Apr-15:3D
"Parade, carnival highlight weekend at Holdiay in Dixie", 96-Apr-19:1B
"Parade, walkers take to streets", 96-Apr-20:1B
"Planes, parties & post time", 96-Apr-26:1A
"Rockin' around the block", 96-Apr-28:1B
"Sailing, rugby come to town this weekend", 96-Apr-19:5C
"Sports events abound for spectators, participants", 96-Apr-12:3E
"Thunderbirds to perform at Barksdale", 96-Jan-19:1A
Holy Angels School
"Holy angels co-founder dies", 96-Sep-15:5B
"Nun, longtime educator in area, dies", 96-Aug-01:2B
Holy Trinity Catholic Church
"Church marks centennial of building with model", 96-Sep-29:1B
"Holy Trinity Catholic Church marks its centennial", 96-Sep-23:7B
Homer, Louisiana
"Mayor's resignation sends Homer citizens back to voting booth", 96-Mar-10:5A
Huckaby, Hilry
"Huckaby faces new woes", 96-Jul-30:3B
"Huckaby finishes 1-year prison term", 96-Jan-06:1B
"Huckaby hearing re-set for September", 96-Aug-15:3B
"Huckaby to be released from halfway house today", 96-Jan-05:1A
"Huckaby will run for his old judgeship", 96-Jul-10:1B
"Huckaby's plans for re-election could set new legal precedent", 96-Jul-13:1A
"Huckaby, IRS reach agreement", 96-Sep-12:1B
"Legal battles cloud judicial race", 96-Aug-29:3B
Hunter, Clementine
"Inspired by life", 96-Sep-10:1D

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I-20
"Big repair plans on I-20's horizon", 96-Mar-03:1A
"Interchange work is almost complete at Interstates 49, 20", 96-Jul-24:1B
"Overhaul of I-20 bridge to begin in '97", 96-Oct-28:1B
"Work on I-20/I-49 interchange to result in closures for 3 nights",
96-Oct-15:1A
"Working the bumps out of I-20", 96-Aug-21:1A
I-49
"Billboards attract protests", 96-Apr-14:1B
"Chamber OKs I-49 extension", 96-Sep-29:1C
"Connecting I-49 to Arkansas", 96-Jun-12:1A
"Driving excitement", 96-Jan-16:1B
"First I-49 reconstruction project begins", 96-Mar-24:3B
"Goodwill goes to work on I-49", 96-Jun-26:10B
"Governor denies mayor's request for I-49 urban study", 96-Nov-07:1B
"Group urges top priority for proposed Interstate 69", 96-Jul-31:3B
"Highway provides express shopping", 96-Jun-23:1C
"I-49 clenches expansion of Red Ball Oxygen", 96-Jan-09:8B
"I-49 drivers urged: Keep pedal off metal", 96-Jun-12:1B
"I-49 drives up local profits", 96-May-13:1A
"I-49 now links state through Alexandria", 96-May-02:3B
"I-49: Making the right connection", 96-Nov-29:22A
"Interchange work is almost complete at Interstates 49, 20", 96-Jul-24:1B
"Last interchange opens in city", 96-Feb-20:1B
"Last leg of I-49 to open in May", 96-Mar-20:1B
"Last section of I-49 to open", 96-Apr-29:2B
"Speeding persists on I-49 stretch", 96-Feb-18:1B
"Taking the next big step", 96-Sep-01:1A
"Troopers target I-49 speeders", 96-Dec-26:1A
"Two of Interstate 49's rest areas still in limbo", 96-Jan-02:1A
"Work on I-20/I-49 interchange to result in closures for 3 nights", 96-Oct-15:1A
I-69
"'Highest priority' ranking sought for Interstate 69", 96-Jun-07:8B
"I-69 study gets boost", 96-Oct-25:8B
"Impact studies next step for planners", 96-Feb-04:6A
"Many eye road's path", 96-Feb-04:1A
"Proposed route could cross 10 major waterways", 96-Feb-04:6A
"Route rolls past homes of endangered species", 96-Feb-04:7A
Independence Bowl
"A father with Army roots and an Auburn son", 96-Dec-19:1C
"Air Force lobbies for return to Shreveport, Independence Bowl", 96-Oct-25:1C
"Alabama president apologizes for slamming Independence Bowl", 96-Nov-28:1C
"An act of courage", 96-Dec-24:1C
"Army Secretary West to attend Independence Bowl", 96-Dec-21:1A
"Army to invade Shreveport on New Year's Eve", 96-Dec-08:1A
"Army's coming to town", 96-Dec-08:1D
"Army's presence a thrill", 96-Dec-28:3C
"Army, Navy seek bid to I-Bowl", 96-Dec-07:1C
"Army-Navy winner appears headed to I-Bowl", 96-Dec-03:1A
"Auburn goes inside to prepare for Independence Bowl", 96-Dec-20:1C
"Auburn hopes to reverse fortunes in I-Bowl", 96-Dec-16:1C
"Auburn serious about I-Bowl", 96-Dec-18:1C
"Auburn tries to put on best face for I-Bowl bid", 96-Nov-26:1C
"Auburn won't say anything negative about bowl fate", 96-Dec-18:3C
"Auburn would bring excitement to Shreveport", 96-Nov-21:1C
"Bowden: Army no picnic for Auburn", 96-Dec-10:1C
"Cadets find West Point life different", 96-Dec-22:1D
"City spruces up for I-Bowl", 96-Dec-28:1B
"Don't rule out Big Ten team in I-Bowl lineup", 96-Nov-06:4C
"Economy counting on big bowl crowd", 96-Dec-10:1A
"ESPN, I-Bowl extend contract", 96-Jul-12:1C
"Finally, a reason to be interested in Army-Navy game", 96-Nov-26:1C
"For Navy, only one game matters", 96-Dec-05:1C
"Friday's fog delays holiday, I-Bowl air travelers here", 96-Dec-28:1A
"Haka Bowl's demise could send some teams east", 96-Oct-18:1C
"Hall of Honor heightens I-Bowl's stature", 96-May-05:1D
"Here's an Independence Bowl match up that should excite local fans", 96-Dec-09:1C
"Hotels rooms still abundant for I-Bowl weekend", 96-Dec-26:6B
"I-Bowl agrees to new radio deal", 96-Nov-21:1C
"I-Bowl chairman faces tough task as Tech grad", 96-Nov-04:3C
"I-Bowl fares well against competition", 96-Jan-12:1A
"I-Bowl gives Brooks a career boost", 96-May-01:1C
"I-Bowl has eye on group of teams", 96-Oct-17:1C
"I-Bowl likes shot at getting SEC club", 96-Nov-11:1C
"I-Bowl looks at its options:, 96-Dec-02:1C
"I-Bowl may bring Auburn to town", 96-Nov-25:1C
"I-Bowl officials eager to see fans' response to ticket renewal", 96-May-22:3C
"I-Bowl payout takes a jump", 96-Jul-11:1C
"I-Bowl picture clears with upset", 96-Nov-18:1C
"I-Bowl preps for pageantry of a military academy", 96-Dec-03:1C
"I-Bowl selects new board", 96-Mar-21:5C
"I-Bowl sets record for TV viewers", 96-Jan-04:1C
"I-Bowl spot may be tough for SEC to fill", 96-Oct-28:3C
"I-Bowl tickets available to public", 96-Sep-12:1C
"I-Bowl tickets hotter than ever", 96-Oct-10:1A
"I-Bowl tickets moving fast", 96-Nov-13:1C
"If Irish are being rumored, I-Bowl has arrived", 96-Oct-22:1C
"Independence '96", 96-Dec-29:SS
"Independence Bowl begins to tie up loose ends for 1996 game", 96-Apr-11:2C
"Independence Bowl brings in more seats", 96-Dec-06:1C
"Independence Bowl notebook", 96-Dec-28:3C
"Independence Bowl ticket renewals in final two weeks", 96-Jul-04:3B
"Irish eyes likely aren't smiling on Shreveport", 96-Dec-02:1C
"It's official: Army will battle Auburn in I-Bowl", 96-Dec-09:1A
"It's official: I-Bowl to invite Army-Navy winner", 96-Dec-04:1C
"La. Tech helped Independence Bowl outgrow Bulldogs", 96-Nov-11:1C
"Last players Dye recruited to be in I-Bowl", 96-Dec-24:3C
"Local honors give Rams coach a break", 96-May-06:1C
"Lost I-Bowl funds spur new inquiry", 96-Aug-17:1A
"Most visiting I-Bowl players unfamiliar with Shreveport", 96-Dec-27:1C
"Notre Dame tells I-Bowl: No thanks", 96-Dec-03:3C
"Opponent is key to an Irish I-Bowl", 96-Nov-06:1C
"Police launch I-Bowl audit", 96-Apr-19:1B
"Refurbished Independence Stadium prepared for bowl fans", 96-Dec-26:1A
"S. Carolina would be excited to play in I-Bowl, but would Auburn?", 96-Nov-25:1C
"SEC, I-Bowl finalize deal", 96-Jul-19:1C
"Stationed in Shreveport?", 96-Nov-22:4C
"Teams set to engage in battle", 96-Dec-31:1A
"This is ARMY weather", 96-Dec-27:1A
"University, city locked in tradition", 96-Dec-15:1D
"WAC clubs hurt I-Bowl chances with losses", 96-Nov-04:1C
"Wait's over: Auburn's coming to Shreveport", 96-Dec-09:1C
"Wanted: Invitation", 96-Nov-01:1C
Independence Stadium
"City Council divvies up Pirates treasure", 96-Jun-26:1B
"Independence Stadium presents a case of paying now or later", 96-Apr-14:3D
Indians
"'This is our culture'", 96-Nov-10:1B
"Native Americans to stage powwow", 96-Nov-08:3E
"Powow unites town", 96-Sep-16:1B
"Tribe to hold benefit powwow", 96-Sep-13:3B
Ingleside
"Ingleside buried in desolation", 96-Mar-10:1B
"Neighborhood group may disband", 96-Mar-16:1B

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Jewish Community
"Hanukkah celebration begins at sundown", 96-Dec-05:1B
"Time of reflection", 96-Sep-14:6B
Johnson, Neil
"Area photographer's work appears on line", 96-Apr-03:1B
"Local's book lands on shelves", 96-Sep-21:1D
"Magazine features local photographer", 96-Jul-23:1D
"Photographer to sign new book", 96-Oct-14:1D
Johnston, Sen. J. Bennett
"2 Louisiana lawmakers cited for spending", 96-Mar-27:4A
"9,795th vote closes Johnston's senatorial career", 96-Oct-04:8A
"Budget pact marks end of legislative session: three La. lawmakers cast final votes", 96-Sep-30:5B
"Hayes makes bid for Johnston's U.S. Senate seat", 96-Jan-16:1B
"Johnston backers say good-bye", 96-Oct-23:1B
"Johnston looks back on 32 years of service", 96-Oct-04:1A
"Johnston makes contributions to Landrieu, Ieyoub campaigns", 96-Sep-13:2B
"Johnston optimistic about ICON program", 96-Aug-09:5A
"Johnston's last day", 96-Oct-01:1A
"Johnston's remark raises questions about U.S. ambassador to China", 96-Oct-10:7A
"Johnston, Breaux endorse Landrieu, blast Jenkins", 96-Oct-16:3B
"Johnston, Fields dispel Cabinet talk", 96-Nov-17:1A
"Johnston-Breaux divided on line-item veto measure", 96-Apr-10:10A
"Johnston: Two units moving to Fort Polk", 96-Aug-09:3B
"La. lawmakers take free trips far, wide", 96-Jun-15:5A
"La. senators both agree welfare bill is not perfect", 96-Aug-02:4A
"La. senators praise Clinton's picks", 96-Dec-06:7A
"Louisiana delegation losing clout", 96-Oct-30:1A
"Louisiana lawmakers call plane crash tragic and unfortunate", 96-Apr-04:5A
"Louisiana senators support filibuster of term limits", 96-Apr-24:8A
"North Louisiana lawmakers say gas hike due to supply, demand", 96-May-02:8A
"Panels favor keeping entire B-52 fleet", 96-May-07:6A
"Proposal would give Army 85,000 acres of Kisatchie", 96-Mar-16:1A
"Public mum on gas-tax repeal issue", 96-May-13:1A
"Reflecting on 32 years of service", 96-Jun-10:1A
"Retiring senator's mother dies", 96-Dec-01:4B
"Rumors fly about role for Johnston", 96-Nov-09:1A
"Senate candidates to attend luncheon", 96-May-21:1B
"Senate delays nuclear waste vote", 96-Jul-25:7A
"Senate OKs funding for Red River", 96-Jul-31:1A
"Senator says $30 million in projects coming", 96-Sep-27:5B
"Senators Johnston, Breaux to speak at Red River Valley Association meet", 96-Feb-12:6B
"Trip lands Johnston in hot seat", 96-Jan-17:1A
Jones, Anthony Armstrong
"Local singer, club owner dies", 96-Jun-17:2B
"Obituary", 96-Jun-18:2B
Jones, Eddie
"Black Caucus focuses on inclusion", 96-Sep-28:5B
Jones, Rev. E. Edward
"Banquet will honor pastor for service", 96-Jan-06:6B
Joyce, William
"KDAQ to air Joyce interviews", 96-Aug-23:1D
"Rejoicing over Joyce", 96-Aug-15:1D
"Symphony, author plan prints", 96-Jun-03:1D
"The Leaf Man", 96-Oct-28:1D
"The New Yorker has Joyce cover", 96-Jul-23:1D
Judiciary
"Caraway will vie for appeal seat", 96-Jan-10:1B
"District attorney's review clears judge for taking gun", 96-Nov-15:1B
"Federal order stops Shreveport city judges from being sworn in", 96-Dec-25:1B
"Governor backs appointing rather than electing judges", 96-Jan-15:1B
"Judge appointed to state committee", 96-Dec-24:1B
"La. judges may get 8% boost in their pay", 96-May-21:6A
"Lawsuit threatens black judgeships", 96-Jun-04:5B
"Legal battles cloud judicial race", 96-Aug-29:3B
"Louisiana judges seek salary boost", 96-Apr-27:1B
"Randy Smith to run for judge", 96-Jun-15:3B
"Stinson announces campaign for Bossier-Webster judge", 96-Jun-13:3B
Juneteenth
"Celebrating history", 96-Jun-19:1E
"Juneteenth celebration 'nice, fun'", 96-Jun-17:1B

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KCS
"KCS commits to Natchitoches", 96-Mar-07:8B
"Southern Belle to roll through area", 96-Feb-15:1B
KDAQ
"KDAQ to air Joyce interviews", 96-Aug-23:1D
Keatchie, La.
"'We have good folks here'", 96-Feb-05:1B
"Keatchie group to hold meeting", 96-Oct-11:1D
"People and change coming to rural Northwest Louisiana", 96-Jul-21:1A
Kiper, Ran
"Local architect Ran Kiper dies", 96-Sep-15:4B
"Obituary", 96-Sep-15:4B
Kisatchie National Forest
"Air Force wants to 'bomb' Kisatchie", 96-Nov-01:1B
"Army gets OK to use more acres of Kisatchie", 96-Nov-09:3B
"Bill would transfer Kisatchie land", 96-Jun-27:1B
"Compromise being shaped on Army's use of Kisatchie", 96-Sep-21:2B
"Environmental groups fight Fort Polk plan", 96-Dec-18:3B
"First Kisatchie meeting scheduled", 96-Nov-26:2B
"Fort Polk loses bid for Kisatchie land", 96-Jul-31:1B
"Fort Polk wants more of Kisatchie National Forest", 96-Apr-10:1B
"National Guard wants Kisatchie forest land", 96-Sep-08:1B
"Proposal would give Army 85,000 acres of Kisatchie", 96-Mar-16:1A
"USDA official opposes Fort Polk plan", 96-Jul-18:3B
KRMD
"Company prepares to buy KRMD", 96-Jan-03:8B
"KRMD named state's 'Radio Station of the Year'", 96-Apr-08:3D
"KRMD's Richards heading back to Kentucky", 96-Mar-18:3D
KSLA
"Ellis to sell KSLA TV-12 to Raycom", 96-Sep-13:8B
"KSLA anchor becoming full-time mom", 96-Dec-30:3D
"KSLA operations director switches to KTBS", 96-Jul-15:3D
"KSLA sweeps two top news spots from competitors", 96-Apr-22:6B
"KSLA TV-12 hires a new news director", 96-May-27:3D
"KSLA TV-12 news leads in three time slots", 96-Dec-20:8B
"KSLA wins ratings for newscasts", 96-Jun-18:8B
"KSLA-12 to lose reporter", 96-Dec-16:3D
"KSLA-TV 12 changes ownership again", 96-May-17:8B
"KTBS adds new news director, hires KSLA anchor", 96-Aug-20:8B
"Masters leaving KSLA to work for candidate", 96-Aug-03:3B
"New faces to appear on KSLA", 96-Oct-07:3D
"News anchors cite management differences for departures", 96-Aug-12:3D
"Owners say KSLA is standing pat", 96-May-06:3D
KTBS
"KSLA anchor becoming full-time mom", 96-Dec-30:3D
"KSLA operations director switches to KTBS", 96-Jul-15:3D
"KTBS adds new news director, hires KSLA anchor", 96-Aug-20:8B
"KTBS anchor Liz Swaine to move off 5 P.M. newscast", 96-Jun-24:3D
"KTBS rounds out weather team", 96-Dec-09:3D
"KTBS-Channel 3 offers its viewers a new look", 96-Oct-28:3D
"Longtime Channel 3 newsman resigns", 96-Jul-12:8B
Ku Klux Klan
"Teen who shielded KKK supporter enrolls at LSUS", 96-Sep-06:1A
KWKH
"A home fit for the King", 96-Jul-30:1D
"Changes begin today at KWKH", 96-Aug-05:1B
"FCC renews KWKH license", 96-Oct-29:8B
"Format of KWKH-AM to change next week", 96-Aug-02:3B
"KWKH radio may launch new formats", 96-Aug-01:1A
"KWKH targets another date for its sale", 96-Jun-18:8B
"KWKH to land local personality", 96-Jul-01:3D
"KWKH will celebrate the Hayride's 48th anniversary", 96-Apr-01:3D
"KWKH-AM lands a Babe", 96-Aug-11:3D
"Station strives to be different", 96-Aug-11:1C
"Tillman Franks", 96-Jul-11:1D

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La.State-Budget
"$12.2 billion budget held up", 96-Jun-11:1A
"$16M saved by payoff of recovery district debt", 96-Oct-01:2B
"Foster may OK budget bill", 96-Jun-08:1A
"Foster reduces budget", 96-Jul-02:1B
"New budget shifts money to education", 96-Jun-13:8A
"Rift widens over state budget", 96-Jun-04:1A
"State revenue growth stronger than expected", 96-Sep-27:5B
"State Senate pushes to finish budget", 96-Jun-07:4A
La.State-Fair
"Fair display features da Vinci", 96-Nov-02:3D
"State Fair comes to life", 96-Oct-26:1A
"State Fair is still best family entertainment around", 96-Oct-27:5C
"State Fair manager takes job in Iowa", 96-Jun-21:1D
"State Fair ready to open", 96-Oct-24:1B
"Sunny skies brighten State Fair", 96-Nov-03:1B
La.State-Government
"2 state officials increase own pay", 96-Feb-29:1A
"Brown wants moratorium on rate hikes", 96-May-22:4A
"Changes won't affect those already enrolled", 96-Mar-17:5A
"City official gets DEQ post" [Mike Strong], 96-Feb-07:3B
"Civil service may lose some state holidays", 96-Jan-12:1A
"Commissioner Odom's aide told Legislature raises were limited", 96-Mar-02:1A
"DHH official to tour Shreveport", 96-Apr-23:6A
"Ex-tax chief acted improperly, officials says", 96-Nov-26:5B
"Furnishings missing from Governor's Mansion", 96-Mar-06:1A
"La. retirement system will continue lawsuit to recover investment", 96-Oct-31:7B
"Local men named to state posts", 96-Jul-25:1B
"McKeithen, Odom pay hikes called questionable", 96-Mar-01:3B
"Official says state ends fiscal year with $200M surplus", 96-Dec-24:1B
"Officials vow to refund state for extra pay", 96-Mar-05:5B
"Part-time lawmakers' benefits cost taxpayers", 96-Mar-17:1A
"Rep. Guzzardo to resign seat", 96-May-02:3B
"Retirement board won't give extra benefits to judges", 96-Nov-24:5B
"State fund fuels debate", 96-Jun-01:1A
"State reducing its debt load", 96-Dec-21:5B
"State treasurer Duncan hires chauffeur", 96-Nov-15:5B
"State's new representatives land choice panel positions", 96-Nov-26:5B
"Treasurer to reimburse state for driver, bus", 96-Nov-27:3B
La.State-Museum
"Anonymous donor gives $1,000 to save frescoes", 96-Jul-06:1A
"Art bears the scars of nature, time", 96-Jun-22:1A
La.State-Police
"Abby fights crime with nose", 96-Sep-01:7B
"Complaints prompt state police to review concealed-gun fee", 96-Jul-26:1A
"Foster: No gaming funds for state police", 96-Oct-16:5B
"Head of state police doesn't want gaming to fund department", 96-Oct-18:5B
"La. police investigate video poker company for mob link", 96-Nov-05:5B
"Louisiana ranks 10th in DWI enforcement", 96-Dec-16:1A
"Louisiana state police seek to double gambling enforcement division", 96-May-08:6A
"Police to mail concealed handgun permit forms this week", 96-Sep-23:1A
"State Police aim to finish casino deal", 96-Apr-23:1A
"State police dedicate memorial to troopers", 96-Oct-12:5B
"State police double marijuana seizures", 96-Jun-03:1B
"State police mulling Mirage license", 96-Jan-20:1A
"State police say so long to traffic ticket quotas", 96-Jan-13:1A
"State police set to process concealed weapons permits", 96-Sep-05:1A
"State tosses out trooper exam over bias dispute", 96-Sep-01:3B
"Troop G captain named commander", 96-Jan-06:1B
"Troopers question riverboat casino role", 96-Jan-20:3B
"Troopers target I-49 speeders", 96-Dec-26:1A
Lake Bistineau
"Flooding sets back drawdown of Lake Bistineau", 96-Dec-06:1A
"Lake drawdown falls behind schedule", 96-Oct-14:1A
"Wildlife officials plan drawdown of Lake Bistineau", 96-Aug-20:1A
Landrieu, Mary
"African-American leaders lend backing to Landrieu", 96-Oct-08:5B
"Bishop rejects archbishop's remarks about Landrieu", 96-Nov-01:2B
"Black voters may swing Senate race", 96-Oct-21:1A
"Family, women's issues at heart of Landrieu campaign", 96-Sep-01:2B
"Fields endorses Landrieu for U.S. Senate", 96-Oct-18:1A
"Ieyoub says he has no plans yet to endorse Landrieu", 96-Oct-04:2B
"Jenkins outlines evidence of voter fraud", 96-Dec-20:5B
"Jenkins reveals little in questioning", 96-Dec-22:7B
"Jenkins wants testimony from Landrieu, N.O. mayor", 96-Dec-21:4B
"Jenkins, Landrieu bicker at Senate forum", 96-Oct-10:5B
"Jenkins, Landrieu head to runoff", 96-Sep-22:1A
"Jenkins, Landrieu take stands on campaign issues", 96-Nov-03:2B
"La. senators praise Clinton's picks", 96-Dec-06:7A
"Landrieu aims to attract black voters", 96-Aug-10:1B
"Landrieu apologizes for not supporting Fields", 96-Oct-03:3B
"Landrieu appoints two as staff members", 96-Nov-27:2B
"Landrieu confident Jenkins' claim will be dismissed", 96-Nov-19:3B
"Landrieu delivers a message of inspiration at breakfast" [Celebration of Women Week], 96-Mar-08:3D
"Landrieu dives in to race for Senate", 96-Mar-02:1A
"Landrieu enjoys VP, Johnston nod", 96-Sep-25:6A
"Landrieu grabs lead in new poll", 96-Oct-09:1A
"Landrieu hangs label on state Senate opponent", 96-Oct-01:2B
"Landrieu headed for Senate", 96-Nov-06:1A
"Landrieu launches campaign swing", 96-May-16:3B
"Landrieu leans toward Senate run", 96-Feb-20:1B
"Landrieu makes history-1st La. woman elected to Senate", 96-Nov-06:6A
"Landrieu managed to save", 96-Dec-11:5B
"Landrieu promises to be a voice for Barksdale", 96-Sep-17:2B
"Landrieu remains leader", 96-Nov-09:1A
"Landrieu speaks before democratic women's group", 96-May-19:6B
"Landrieu stops to thank her area supporters", 96-Nov-12:3B
"Landrieu to continue suit against Jenkins", 96-Dec-17:2B
"Landrieu travels La. thanking supporters", 96-Nov-07:9A
"Landrieu vows to look out for region", 96-Aug-24:1B
"Landrieu wants tight rein on budget", 96-Jul-03:3B
"Landrieu wins farm, energy seats", 96-Dec-04:4A
"Landrieu's lawyers jab at Jenkins", 96-Nov-18:5B
"Landrieu, congressman trade charges on sales tax", 96-Oct-26:3B
"Mary Landrieu will be sworn in Jan. 7", 96-Dec-05:1A
"Police group backs Landrieu", 96-Sep-04:1B
"Poll says Landrieu, Jenkins lead race", 96-Jul-25:1A
"Poll: Landrieu holds small lead", 96-Oct-31:1A
"Polls show Jenkins, Landrieu in virtual tie", 96-Nov-02:5B
"Senate candidate calls for personal finance disclosure", 96-Aug-31:3B
"Senate candidates turn to negative ads", 96-Nov-03:2B
"Senate count remains close", 96-Nov-08:1A
"Senate hopefuls get endorsements", 96-Oct-29:5B
"Senate hopefuls make final pitch", 96-Nov-05:1A
"Senate race awaits official OK", 96-Nov-07:1A
"Senate to investigate Jenkins' charges", 96-Dec-04:1A
"Senate vote made official", 96-Nov-21:1B
"Special interests pay the price in Senate race", 96-Nov-15:5B
"SU gives Landrieu cool welcome", 96-Oct-19:5B
"Survey: Democrats support Landrieu", 96-Feb-02:1B
"U.S. Senate election will make history", 96-Nov-03:1A
"Woman, Amway distributors support Senate candidates", 96-Jul-17:1A
League of Women Voters
"Group set to study combined city-parish government", 96-May-27:1B
"Women voters to hold breakfast", 96-Feb-11:1B
Ledbetter, Huddie "Leadbelly"
"'Leadbelly' to be focus of film", 96-Mar-05:1D
"Mooringsport gears up for Leadbelly celebration", 96-Oct-10:5D
Lighthouse
"A man of vision", 96-Apr-15:1D
"Lighthouse gets $4,000", 96-Jan-10:1E
Louisiana-Association of Business and Industry
"Business, industry dodge tax bullet", 96-Jun-14:6A
Louisiana-Association of Educators
"Teachers offer plan to give them raise, spare tax hike", 96-Mar-28:1B
Louisiana-Baptists
"'God set up home before the church'", 96-Jun-10:2A
"Baptist leader: 'There needs to be ...healing'", 96-Jun-09:1B
"Baptists continue their fight against gambling", 96-Nov-13:4B
"Baptists elect new president", 96-Jun-12:6A
"Baptists to help burned churches", 96-Jun-12:6A
"Group votes against female preachers", 96-Jun-27:1B
"Jews protest Southern Baptist resolution urging conversion", 96-Jun-15:2B
"La. Baptists to vote on statement of faith", 96-Nov-11:2B
"La. College president resists fundamentalists", 96-Nov-13:4B
"Moderate Baptists challenge conservative leadership", 96-Nov-13:1A
"No suspense in Baptist election", 96-Jun-11:1A
"Pastors told to be godly leaders", 96-Jun-28:1B
"Southern Baptists to boycott Disney parks, stores", 96-Jun-13:1A
"Southern Baptists to juggle leadership, platform topics", 96-Jun-10:1A
Louisiana-Democrats
"Gore rally set for Tuesday", 96-Sep-22:1A
"Gore shares limelight", 96-Sep-25:1A
"Gore stumps for Landrieu", 96-Nov-01:1A
"Gore to return Thursday", 96-Oct-30:1A
"Gore: Put families first", 96-Sep-26:1A
"La. Democrats face tough battle for Washington", 96-Sep-23:2B
"Local delegates predict meet will reflect party", 96-Aug-25:6A
"Local delegation officially casts votes for Clinton- Gore", 96-Dec-17:2B
"Local family prominent in La. delegation", 96-Aug-30:6A
"Louisiana Democrats pursue goals", 96-Aug-25:6A
"Louisiana is a very key state", 96-Aug-29:5A
"National parties pour money into Louisiana race", 96-Nov-03:2B
"On course for the future", 96-Sep-26:4A
"Some doubt rally's impact", 96-Sep-25:6A
"VP Gore may make stop in Shreveport", 96-Sep-21:1A
Louisiana-Downs
"Aaaaaand they're off!", 96-Apr-27:1C
"Battling back", 96-Jun-26:1C
"Born to run", 96-Aug-07:1C
"Coalition forms to bring better days to LaDowns", 96-Jun-12:1B
"Derby betting record is Super", 96-Sep-23:1A
"Downs prepares for open house", 96-Apr-19:5E
"Heat takes toll on LaDowns thoroughbreds", 96-Jul-24:3C
"King of LaDowns", 96-Sep-23:1C
"La.Downs is at the starting gate of new season", 96-Apr-19:4E
"LaDowns attendance declines again", 96-Nov-05:1C
"LaDowns considers shortening schedule", 96-Jul-16:1C
"LaDowns eyes four-track racing circuit", 96-Jul-27:1C
"LaDowns finale features big Super Six carryover", 96-Nov-03:2D
"LaDowns firms up plans to feature shorter 1997 season", 96-Aug-15:1A
"LaDowns hasn't felt impact from new racing park", 96-Jun-02:1A
"LaDowns OKs sale of casino shares", 96-Jul-05:1B
"LaDowns ready to race", 96-Apr-25:1A
"LaDowns thoroughbreds race for last time in '96", 96-Nov-04:1A
"LaDowns' gain is Alabama's loss", 96-Aug-30:8C
"LaDowns' trainer follows in father's footsteps", 96-Jul-03:1C
"LaDowns, officials to meet today", 96-Jun-11:1B
"LaDowns: Video poker aids the track", 96-Apr-25:4A
"Less money drives Downs' horsemen elsewhere", 96-May-29:1B
"Local fans enjoy derby atmosphere at LaDowns", 96-May-05:1D
"Overall, LaDowns' season was solid meeting", 96-Nov-04:1C
"Shorter season at La. Downs causes little concern", 96-Aug-19:1B
"Super Derby set for good show", 96-Sep-22:1D
"Thundering races return to Downs", 96-Apr-27:1A
"Top riders, trainers and owners return for the '96 Downs season", 96-Apr-19:5E
Louisiana-Economic Development and Gaming Corporation
"Former casino board sues state", 96-Jul-11:2B
Louisiana-Economy
"Analyst: NW La. economy breaks even with casinos", 96-Oct-23:8B
"ConAgra plant closing spurs call for new laws", 96-Nov-08:1B
"ConAgra pulls out of Arcadia", 96-Oct-19:1A
"ConAgra ruffles officials' feathers", 96-Oct-06:1C
"Displaced Sunbeam workers start over", 96-Dec-10:8B
"Dry, cold weather devastates northwest Louisiana pastures", 96-Mar-12:6A
"Economist: Job growth leveling out", 96-Jul-26:8B
"Firms sold on coming to Louisiana", 96-May-05:1C
"La. income lower than average", 96-Nov-03:1C
"Made in Louisiana, for Louisianans, 96-Jun-02:1C
"New Orleans in line to get computer center", 96-Mar-21:8B
"Poll shows economy is top topic", 96-Jul-27:4A
"State faces a bitter harvest", 96-Mar-12:1A
"Wanted: Jobs in Red River", 96-Nov-14:8B
"Webster shrugs off ICON's pass", 96-Oct-15:8B
Louisiana-Education
"43 college programs could face ax", 96-Mar-31:1B
"8th-grade exit exam proposed", 96-Dec-06:1A
"Attendance down at many La. colleges", 96-Sep-17:5A
"Auditors to scour La. universities for flaws in scholarship programs", 96-Nov-27:1A
"Ax hovers over number of college programs", 96-Mar-26:3B
"College enrollment declines statewide", 96-Sep-21:1B
"College tuition costs escalate", 96-Mar-20:1A
"Colleges get chance to defend programs", 96-May-20:3B
"Education chief to ask for $31M", 96-Nov-26:1A
"Education leaders look to avoid GSU-like blunders", 96-Sep-27:3B
"Education plan includes rewards, penalties", 96-Nov-19:2B
"Foster abandons plan for single higher-ed board", 96-Apr-10:1A
"Foster aide touts one-board plan", 96-Mar-31:4A
"Foster scraps higher ed plan", 96-Sep-21:1A
"Foster's higher-ed plan sparks interest", 96-Jan-21:1A
"Foster's proposal includes faculty raises", 96-May-04:4A
"Foster's staff gets final higher-ed suggestions today", 96-Mar-01:1A
"Foster's task force details higher-ed plan", 96-Feb-18:1A
"Governor aims dollars at colleges", 96-May-04:1A
"Graduates can't read, lawmakers told", 96-Mar-08:1A
"Higher education board talks move to state Senate", 96-Feb-07:1B
"Higher education trust fund clears first legislative hurdle", 96-Apr-03:5A
"Higher-ed committee to present proposals", 96-Jan-30:1B
"Higher-ed plan leaves questions", 96-Feb-11:1A
"Higher-ed plan more than just politics to those affected", 96-Jan-23:2B
"House panel votes in favor of single board", 96-Apr-05:4A
"La. education commissioner to retire", 96-Jul-16:3B
"Lawmakers to tackle funding", 96-Mar-22:1A
"LEARN to take its message to the airwaves", 96-May-25:1A
"Legislators offer educators support", 96-Mar-02:1B
"Locals speak out on state LEARN project", 96-May-30:1B
"Louisiana schools may delay pay raises", 96-Jul-27:4A
"Louisiana students need more computers, panel says", 96-Sep-27:1A
"Low marks in Education", 96-Feb-13:1A
"LSUS, Tech defend programs", 96-Mar-27:1B
"N. Louisiana doctoral program reduces course duplication", 96-Mar-22:4A
"Panel OKs charter school expansion", 96-Apr-04:6A
"Panel: Goal 2000 won't be reached", 96-Nov-19:5B
"Pay raise plan for teachers gets OK", 96-May-14:1A
"Program cuts won't desegregate colleges, report says", 96-Oct-02:1A
"Proposal protects minority schools: transition team to meet Friday", 96-Jan-31:3B
"Proposal: Reduce 4 university boards to 1", 96-Jan-20:1A
"Real fight to come in Legislature", 96-Feb-11:9A
"Savoie named higher ed chief", 96-Dec-13:2B
"School improvement funds scarce, administrator says", 96-Dec-10:5B
"Senate committee approves single higher-education board bill", 96-Mar-28:4A
"Senate OKs sales tax, pay raise for teachers", 96-Jun-05:1A
"Some college programs escape ax", 96-Dec-12:1A
"Some want education to have separate session", 96-Mar-22:4A
"State claims schools mismanaged funds", 96-Oct-31:7B
"State education chief pushes early instruction", 96-Dec-19:5B
"State studies structure of higher ed", 96-Jan-19:1A
"Support sought for one higher-ed board", 96-Feb-01:3B
"The 50th state", 96-Feb-13:6-8A
"Tuition for out-of-state students could rise", 96-Jun-07:1A
"Universities try to save programs from looming ax", 96-May-21:1B
"USL administrator named interim higher-ed chief", 96-Jul-25:2B
Louisiana-Environment
"$2.5M cleanup of Lincoln site set to begin", 96-Apr-25:1A
"Activist: Test mercury levels in fish", 96-Apr-29:3B
"Attorney: 'State DEQ passed the buck'", 96-Jan-10:1B
"Cleanup of Caddo Parish site begins", 96-Oct-28:2B
"EPA sidelines permit for area uranium plant", 96-Jun-18:3B
"Fort Polk willing to negotiate for land", 96-Jun-01:3B
"Group appeals uranium plant ruling", 96-Dec-20:1B
"Louisiana on the lookout for red tide algae", 96-Nov-10:7B
"Opponents continue efforts to stop Claiborne uranium enrichment plant", 96-Nov-20:1B
"Panel rejects safety issues", 96-May-01:3B
"Red tide closes waters in eastern Louisiana", 96-Nov-15:3B
"Tire cleanup program scrutinized", 96-May-20:1A
"Uranium plant foes win latest round", 96-Jan-12:1B
"Uranium plant pollution permit yanked pending ecology study", 96-Apr-05:3B
"Volunteers combat litter on state's shores", 96-Sep-22:5B
Louisiana-Gaming Control Board
"Former casino board sues state", 96-Jul-11:2B
"Foster names new gambling board", 96-Jul-11:7A
"Gambling board puts off Hilton decision", 96-Sep-04:1A
"Gaming board delays Hilton casino decision", 96-Sep-05:1A
"Gaming board to scrutinize Broadhurst's link with Isle", 96-Oct-06:1A
"Gaming board wants to keep video poker machine fees", 96-Nov-20:3B
"Gaming board won't rush boat decision", 96-Sep-23:1A
"Gov. Foster signs single gaming board bill into law", 96-May-02:5A
"New Gaming Control Board members", 96-Jul-11:7A
"Place 5th boat in Shreveport, mayor pleads", 96-Aug-07:1A
"Sixth person picked for gaming board", 96-Dec-11:4B
"State gambling board grills Harrah's about its reliability", 96-Aug-28:1A
Louisiana-Governors
"The rite stuff, Louisiana style", 96-Jan-09:1D
Louisiana-Hayride
"KWKH will celebrate the Hayride's 48th anniversary", 96-Apr-01:3D
Louisiana-Highways
"Danger fills Louisiana highways", 96-Mar-18:1A
"Expanding U.S. 71 seen as trade boon", 96-May-27:1B
"Fiscal potholes consume road-improvement funds", 96-Feb-12:1A
Louisiana-Law
"Court rules La. open primaries violate federal election laws", 96-Jul-31:1A
"Motor-voter law attracts non-Democratic whites", 96-Jan-08:3B
Louisiana-Legislature'96
"$12 billion budget bill heads toward Senate", 96-May-24:9A
"$12.2 billion budget held up", 96-Jun-11:1A
"$30M tax break for refineries clears Senate", 96-Jun-11:5A
"'Administration will not operate as others may have operated'", 96-Jan-08:5A
"'Shoot-the-burglar' rights may be expanded", 96-Nov-13:5B
"10-hour filibuster stalls Senate", 96-Apr-17:4A
"911 raise sent to Senate", 96-Apr-10:4A
"A new era in Louisiana?", 96-Mar-24:4A
"A New Era: New leaders", 96-Jan-08:5A
"A parish-by-parish look at the Legislature's capital outlay bill", 96-Jun-16:7A
"Action in House revives bill to end punitive damages", 96-Apr-09:5A
"Area legislators have doubts about Foster's dream list", 96-Apr-30:6A
"Area legislators hold breath in gambling probe", 96-Aug-07:3B
"Area legislators mixed on renewing tax", 96-Apr-29:4A
"Area projects added to state budget", 96-May-22:4A
"Area projects fail to make Foster wish list", 96-May-10:1A
"Auto insurance bill runs into trouble", 96-Mar-26:5A
"Bean pushes bill to limit party contributions", 96-Mar-27:7A
"Benefits ban for part-time officials clears committee", 96-Mar-30:4A
"Big business lobby suffers setback in effort to save lucrative tax breaks", 96-May-16:8A
"Bill status", 96-Apr-07:7A
"Bill widens keyhole to lobbying world", 96-Apr-10:4A
"Bossier, Webster to pilot summer school next year", 96-Jun-12:2B
"Brun, Alexander tapped to head powerful state House committees", 96-Jan-10:3B
"Business, industry dodge tax bullet", 96-Jun-14:6A
"Businesses suspicious of proposed increase" [homestead exemption], 96-May-12:6A
"Busy special session starts today", 96-Mar-24:1A
"Caddo 911 District tax plea gains legislative approval", 96-Apr-16:5A
"Caddo seeks to expand 911 service", 96-Mar-29:4A
"Campaign contributions from gaming funds banned", 96-Apr-19:7A
"Clinton lauds lawmakers", 96-May-31:1A
"College officials applaud raise plan", 96-Apr-30:6A
"Commissioner Odom's aide told Legislature raises were limited", 96-Mar-02:1A
"Committee advances referendum proposal", 96-Apr-05:4A
"Committee defers action on industry tax break bill", 96-Jun-08:4A
"Committee OKs bill allowing town to tax lottery", 96-May-30:9A
"Committee recommends $100,000 for park here", 96-Jun-12:4A
"Committee renews sales tax, OKs exemption for industries", 96-Jun-01:5A
"Concealed handgun measure wins panel approval", 96-Apr-02:4A
"Concealed weapons bill gets nod from House", 96-Apr-18:7A
"Concealed-gun law prompts wait", 96-Jul-06:1A
"Concealed-weapon rules to be unveiled", 96-Jul-25:1B
"Congressmen delay tougher shrimping laws", 96-Oct-04:3B
"Conservative Legislature provides opportunity for Foster to take action", 96-Jan-12:4A
"Constitution mandates automatic mileage adjustments", 96-May-12:6A
"Constitutional amendment could hinder gaming industry plans", 96-Jul-24:1A
"Development funds dodge ax", 96-May-17:4A
"Drinking age statute nears OK", 96-Apr-17:1A
"Drinking-age bill is sailing through Legislature; House panel OKs Senate version", 96-Apr-18:6A
"Drinking-age measure clears Senate", 96-Apr-03:5A
"Drinking-age proposal squeaks out of Senate committee", 96-Mar-27:7A
"Dwindling self-insurance pool is governor's only regret", 96-Jun-14:6A
"Efforts to raise legislators' pay fails in House", 96-May-30:9A
"Ethics reform high on Foster's agenda", 96-Mar-24:4A
"Ewing's associates say he's the man for the job", 96-Jan-08:5A
"Ewing: Reform plans have tough road ahead", 96-Mar-02:1B
"Ex-legislator pleads guilty in federal probe, more charges expected", 96-May-11:5A
"Expiring tax, Medicaid to blame for projected shortfall", 96-Mar-30:1A
"Fall special session on education looks definite", 96-Apr-30:6A
"Forced heirship repeal begins", 96-Jan-01:1A
"Foster abandons plan for single higher-ed board", 96-Apr-10:1A
"Foster aide touts one-board plan", 96-Mar-31:4A
"Foster asks for repairs, faculty raises", 96-Apr-30:1A
"Foster asks panel to restore raises", 96-Jun-01:5A
"Foster backs $100,000 homestead exemption", 96-Apr-30:6A
"Foster bristles over gaming", 96-Apr-10:4A
"Foster forced to compromise on gaming vote", 96-Apr-03:1A
"Foster forging plan for teacher raises", 96-May-08:2A
"Foster gives Legislature high marks", 96-Jun-14:1A
"Foster hits stride with gambling election", 96-Apr-04:1A
"Foster hopes House reaches consensus on taxes", 96-May-09:5A
"Foster may include drinking-age issue in session", 96-Mar-13:1A
"Foster officially calls for session", 96-Mar-19:1B
"Foster opens session with gambling-vote idea", 96-Mar-25:1A
"Foster proceeds with gambling vote", 96-Apr-05:4A
"Foster proposes salary hikes", 96-Apr-17:1A
"Foster pushes gaming votes", 96-Mar-21:1A
"Foster signs drinking age bill; vetoes car insurance measure", 96-May-11:5A
"Foster steamrolls opponents", 96-Apr-01:1A
"Foster wants auto insurance reform", 96-Mar-31:1A
"Foster won't veto school health centers", 96-Jun-26:2B
"Foster won't work issue unless vote is close" [homestead exemption], 96-May-12:7A
"Foster's initiative proposal dies in Legislature", 96-Apr-20:5A
"Foster, lawmakers predict gun bill will sail on through", 96-Mar-23:1A
"Funding plans please college leaders", 96-May-10:6A
"Gambling-board bill advances", 96-Apr-10:4A
"Game areas could lose wildlife agents", 96-May-01:4A
"Gaming foes unite behind local option", 96-Apr-16:1A
"Gov. Foster makes his pitch on TV", 96-May-11:5A
"Gov. Foster's budget proposal draws concern from House panel", 96-May-01:4A
"Governor faces first fiscal session today", 96-Apr-29:1A
"Governor will seek new teacher pay plan", 96-May-25:1A
"Guzzardo gets prison sentence", 96-Sep-05:5B
"Health program almost returns", 96-Jun-28:3B
"Higher education trust fund clears first legislative hurdle", 96-Apr-03:5A
"Homestead hike gets black eye in House panel", 96-May-15:1A
"House adopts Foster lawsuit package", 96-Mar-29:5A
"House alters health-care budget", 96-May-23:16A
"House approves restrictions for uninsured motorists", 96-Apr-16:5A
"House bill would cut food, utility tax", 96-May-21:1A
"House boots construction bill to committee", 96-Jun-11:5A
"House clarifies, approves state's forced heirship law", 96-Apr-06:3B
"House committee approves campaign-funding reforms", 96-Apr-12:4A
"House committee balks at apologizing for slavery", 96-Apr-11:1A
"House committee kills $1 hotel-motel tax", 96-Jun-07:4A
"House endorse citizen initiative", 96-Apr-18:7A
"House gives final approval to teacher raises", 96-Jun-06:1A
"House OKs construction measure", 96-May-31:5A
"House OKs district remap plan", 96-Apr-04:6A
"House OKs expansion of Caddo 911 service", 96-Apr-03:5A
"House OKs local-option gaming vote", 96-Apr-09:1A
"House OKs measure to raise speed limit", 96-Mar-29:1A
"House OKs Medicaid co-payments", 96-Apr-09:5A
"House OKs retirement ban for part-time officials", 96-Apr-03:4A
"House panel adopts judges' district lines", 96-Mar-29:4A
"House panel expands lobbyist disclosure threshold", 96-Apr-17:4A
"House panel nixes pay hikes for Cabinet members", 96-May-17:4A
"House panel OKs state gaming vote", 96-Mar-28:1A
"House panel vote to end Tulane scholarship program", 96-May-16:8A
"House panel votes in favor of single board", 96-Apr-05:4A
"House passes act aimed at disadvantaged businesses", 96-Apr-13:4A
"House passes sales tax renewal bill", 96-May-24:9A
"House roughs up homestead exemption bill", 96-May-30:8A
"House takes aim at video poker", 96-Mar-26:1A
"House votes in favor of raising legal drinking age", 96-Apr-10:4A
"House votes to cut taxes on some religious material sales", 96-Jun-05:10A
"House votes to protect slush funds, increase gaming enforcement", 96-May-22:4A
"House votes to suspend gas tax hike", 96-May-22:1A
"Initiative, referendum plan can work if done correctly", 96-Mar-24:4A
"Inmates put to work along state's roadsides", 96-May-27:1A
"Insurance bill advances", 96-Apr-02:4A
"Insurance rate freeze advised pending study", 96-May-23:3B
"Judges' pay raise, other state laws go into effect today", 96-Jul-01:1A
"Labor, business join hands to fight voter initiative", 96-Apr-08:1A
"Lack of funding for area projects miffs lawmakers", 96-May-14:1A
"Lawmaker accuses Southern of stashing surplus dollars", 96-May-31:5A
"Lawmaker indicted on gambling charges", 96-Apr-04:3B
"Lawmaker's company deals with boats", 96-Apr-19:1B
"Lawmakers decide against giving themselves a raise", 96-Jun-11:5A
"Lawmakers eye loophole in gaming law", 96-Feb-11:1B
"Lawmakers find Foster inaccessible", 96-Mar-11:2B
"Lawmakers nix voter initiative, retirement plan", 96-Apr-20:1A
"Lawmakers seek 1st raise since 1980", 96-May-26:1A
"Lawmakers to redraw congressional lines", 96-Mar-28:4A
"Lawmakers to tackle funding", 96-Mar-22:1A
"LEARN commission given $800,000 in new funds", 96-Jun-07:4A
"Legislative notebook", 96-Apr-07:7A, 96-Apr-14:5A
"Legislators enroll in plan then kill it for successors", 96-May-09:1A
"Legislators offer educators support", 96-Mar-02:1B
"Legislature approves construction plan", 96-Jun-13:5A
"Legislature ends session", 96-Jun-13:1A
"Legislature faces laundry list of issues", 96-Mar-19:2B
"Legislature has busiest day so far", 96-Apr-03:1A
"Legislature OKs local option on gaming", 96-Apr-19:1A
"Legislature panel OKs money for medically needy", 96-Jun-27:3B
"Legislature to tackle full plate of issues", 96-Feb-26:3B
"Legislature will be full of new faces", 96-Jan-08:4A
"Lobbying lunches safe up to $50", 96-Apr-04:6A
"Louisiana adopts new welfare plan", 96-Oct-02:1A
"Louisiana judges seek salary boost", 96-Apr-27:1B
"Louisiana legislators wrangle over PAC abuse", 96-Mar-04:2B
"Manager's pay upsets lawmakers", 96-May-09:5A
"Mayors support boost in hotel tax", 96-May-28:1A
"Medicaid co-payment measure dies", 96-Apr-11:12A
"Monroe veterans' home funding approved", 96-May-17:4A
"Most lawmakers see change in direction of the Legislature", 96-Jun-13:1A
"Move to raise drinking age gains steam", 96-Mar-29:4A
"New budget shifts money to education", 96-Jun-13:8A
"New constitutional amendment may see court challenge", 96-Oct-27:1A
"Northwest Louisiana guide to the '96 Legislature", 96-Jan-08:4A
"Northwest Louisiana legislators bring home bacon", 96-Jun-16:1A
"Official says 'fix' can reduce Medicaid deficit", 96-May-04:8A
"Oil-processing tax dies", 96-May-23:16A
"Outlay bill stalls end to session", 96-Jun-12:1A
"Panel excludes tobacco from protection", 96-Apr-02:4A
"Panel OKs Caddo 911 tax authority", 96-Mar-30:4A
"Panel OKs charter school expansion", 96-Apr-04:6A
"Panel votes to close out sales tax", 96-May-30:9A
"Pay increase for judges now heads to Senate", 96-May-31:5A
"Pay raise plan for teachers gets OK", 96-May-14:1A
"Plan puts priority on teacher pay", 96-May-07:1A
"Police, firefighters to get more pay under House bill", 96-May-31:5A
"Projects line up for funding", 96-May-20:1A
"Proposal would shift tax burden to businesses", 96-May-12:1A
"Proposed hotel tax would fund new convention center here", 96-Jun-05:10A
"Racial divisions mark legislative session", 96-Apr-21:1A
"Randy Ewing pares state Senate staff", 96-Jan-12:5A
"Real fight to come in Legislature", 96-Feb-11:9A
"Sales tax renewal debate to begin", 96-May-20:2B
"School improvement funds scarce, administrator says", 96-Dec-10:5B
"Sci-Port back in state's construction bill", 96-May-21:6A
"Sci-Port hits rough water in the House", 96-May-09:1A
"Scores of appointees jobless after session", 96-Jun-14:6A
"Senate advances auto insurance bill", 96-Apr-19:7A
"Senate agrees to spend surplus on statewide bridge repair plan", 96-Jun-08:4A
"Senate approves boundaries for congressional districts", 96-Apr-20:4A
"Senate approves funding measure", 96-Apr-11:13A
"Senate approves local-option measure", 96-Apr-18:7A
"Senate clears path for La. voters to put initiatives on ballot", 96-Mar-27:1A
"Senate committee advances gambling-voting measures", 96-Mar-29:5A
"Senate committee approves single higher-education board bill", 96-Mar-28:4A
"Senate considers plans to cut its budget by $2M", 96-May-08:2A
"Senate deals a setback to anti-punitive damages bill", 96-Apr-04:7A
"Senate favors state wide vote on gambling", 96-Apr-05:1A
"Senate goes on record against gay marriages", 96-May-30:8A
"Senate holds line on spending", 96-Jun-06:5A
"Senate kills expansion of charter school program", 96-Apr-11:12A
"Senate OKs sales tax, pay raise for teachers", 96-Jun-05:1A
"Senate OKs single ethics board", 96-Mar-29:4A
"Senate OKs state bill for construction", 96-Jun-09:1A
"Senate panel chops Foster pay raises by half", 96-Jun-02:1A
"Senate panel OKs extra pay for police, firefighters", 96-Jun-07:4A
"Senate panel OKs liquor initiative bill", 96-Mar-26:5A
"Senate passes compromise auto insurance measure", 96-Apr-12:4A
"Senate staffers to testify in gambling probe", 96-Sep-15:7B
"Senate to debate drinking age", 96-Apr-02:1A
"Senate to debate local projects today in state construction bill", 96-Jun-08:1A
"Senate votes to stop political contributions from gambling industry", 96-Apr-03:5A
"Senator advances alternative to Foster's insurance plan", 96-Apr-11:12A
"Senator seeks Foster's support for health centers", 96-Jun-13:8A
"Session moves to next phase", 96-May-06:2B
"Some want education to have separate session", 96-Mar-22:4A
"Special-session setup evokes disdain from state legislators", 96-Mar-04:1B
"State lawmakers gear up for special session", 96-Feb-19:1B
"State lawmakers wants LSU at Independence", 96-Jan-30:1C
"State may retire some pensions", 96-Mar-11:1B
"State Senate committee backs ban on casinos pooling election donations", 96-Sep-06:5B
"State Senate Education Committee to visit area", 96-Sep-21:1B
"State Senate pushes to finish budget", 96-Jun-07:4A
"Tax renewal faces strong opposition", 96-Feb-26:1A
"Three liability restrictions passed by Senate panel", 96-Apr-03:4A
"Top state leaders sworn in", 96-Jan-09:5A
"Tuition for out-of-state students could rise", 96-Jun-07:1A
"Voters could end legislative retirement", 96-Oct-28:1A
"Voters give 'C-' to Foster, Legislature", 96-Dec-12:3B
"Weapon, referendum proposals approved", 96-Apr-18:1A
"Where major issues were left standing", 96-Apr-20:4A
"Work piles up for spring's regular legislative session", 96-Dec-01:6B
Louisiana-Lottery
"1 ticket matches 6 in Louisiana Lotto", 96-Jun-10:1B
"Largest jackpot in La. Lotto won", 96-Jun-03:1B
"Lottery board OKs worker pay hike", 96-Jun-29:3B
"Lottery board will ask Legislature to dedicate money to education", 96-Sep-28:5B
"Lottery reels under pinch of video poker", 96-May-29:3B
"Louisiana adds more drawings", 96-Dec-03:1B
"Louisiana lottery sales decrease, but officials expect improvement", 96-Dec-21:5B
"Louisiana may join new multistate lottery", 96-Jun-30:3B
"Louisiana, Texas up ante to draw more lottery players", 96-Aug-29:1A
"Minority-owned business contract canceled by state lottery board", 96-Aug-30:3B
"New state lottery ad upsets state police", 96-Nov-16:5B
"No ticket wins in big jackpots", 96-Dec-16:1B
"No winners in big jackpots", 96-Jun-17:1B
"One ticket wins $3.8M in La. Lotto", 96-Nov-04:1B
"Powerball fails to put punch back in lottery ticket sales", 96-Nov-25:1A
"Slidell ticket hits Lotto jackpot", 96-Jul-29:1B
"State lottery board cuts jobs due to poor sales", 96-Aug-16:3B
"State lottery head resigns his post", 96-Apr-30:2B
"Three selected as finalists for top Louisiana Lottery job", 96-Jul-21:3B
Louisiana-Methodists
"CME bishop preaches hope", 96-Jul-13:1B
"Conference opens on a united note", 96-Jun-04:1B
"Methodists denounce black church burnings", 96-Jun-07:1B
"Methodists seek to include more groups", 96-Jun-02:1B
"Methodists seek ways to celebrate diversity", 96-Jun-05:1B
"Methodists to vote on anti-gambling measure", 96-Jun-06:3B
"State gets new Methodist bishop", 96-Jul-19:1B
Louisiana-National Guard
"Guard proposes forest deal", 96-Sep-13:5B
Louisiana-Politics
"Anti-abortion vote helped carry Buchanan to La. win", 96-Feb-08:1A
"Buchanan victorious", 96-Feb-07:1A
"GOP predicts low voter turnout for caucuses", 96-Feb-06:1A
"Gramm was overconfident in La., supporters say", 96-Feb-08:4A
"La. may retain open primary", 96-Nov-19:5B
Louisiana-Population
"Bleak life looms over La. children", 96-Jun-03:1A
Louisiana-Prisons
"Aging behind bars", 96-Nov-30:1A
"Elderly inmates' medical care is expensive", 96-Nov-30:2B
"More Caddo inmates face death penalty", 96-Dec-08:1A
"Our prisons are graying", 96-Nov-29:1A
"State's prisons face old-age dilemma", 96-Nov-29:2B
"Telemedicine helps both inmates, LSUMC", 96-Nov-30:3B
"Warden talks to inmates after protest", 96-Nov-14:5B
Louisiana-Redistricting
"Approval of new district lines may cost state", 96-Apr-13:1A
"Attorney general files appeal in controversial redistricting case", 96-Feb-08:3B
"Court denies district appeal", 96-Dec-17:1B
"Court draws the lines", 96-Jan-06:1A
"Court strikes down Texas, N.C. remap plans", 96-Jun-14:5A
"Feds reject Louisiana's redistricting plan", 96-Aug-14:1A
"Fields asks Supreme Court to consider redistricting case again", 96-Jul-23:1B
"Fields blasts Foster for appeal advice", 96-Jan-10:1B
"Fields continues redistricting appeal", 96-Feb-24:1B
"Fields says Ga. case no indicator of La. redistricting predicament", 96-Jun-08:3B
"Fields' district to be dismantled", 96-Jun-25:1A
"Foster unlikely to pursue state district remap", 96-Feb-15:1B
"Foster: Support's there to pass redistricting plan", 96-Mar-13:3B
"Future for Fields uncertain", 96-Jul-05:1B
"High court to decide on whether to block redistricting plan", 96-Jun-21:3B
"House OKs district remap plan", 96-Apr-04:6A
"Ieyoub plans to appeal redistricting ruling", 96-Feb-07:1B
"Judge won't stop plan for redistricting", 96-Feb-29:1B
"Lawmakers protest district remapping", 96-Jan-14:1B
"Legal fees could quash redistricting appeal", 96-Feb-09:1B
"Legal fees questioned in remap case", 96-Apr-16:5A
"Price tag for redistricting is unknown", 96-Jan-20:1B
"Redistricting plaintiffs lobby legislators", 96-Feb-17:1B
Louisiana-Republicans
"Buchanan to stump for candidates, against gambling", 96-Oct-03:2B
"Bush, Dole visit state to fire up Republican voters", 96-Oct-31:4A
"Centenary gets ready for visit from Kemp", 96-Sep-17:1A
"Dole makes campaign stop in La.", 96-Sep-11:1A
"Dole plans visit to Louisiana", 96-Jun-08:5A
"Dole woos LA", 96-Aug-25:1A
"Dole's daughter checks out Revel, stumps for father", 96-Oct-04:1B
"Dole's daughter to campaign here today", 96-Oct-03:2B
"Forbes swings through area, campaigns for Dole", 96-Oct-19:1A
"Gingrich may visit Shreveport", 96-Oct-05:1B
"Gingrich, Mrs. Dole to make local visits", 96-Oct-11:1A
"GOP opens local headquarters", 96-Oct-17:2B
"GOP putting up money for Jenkins' suit", 96-Nov-17:1A
"Kemp rallies in Dome", 96-Sep-18:1A
"Kemp to visit Shreveport on Tuesday", 96-Sep-15:1A
"La. delegates divided over GOP's unity", 96-Aug-18:1A
"La. delegates don't walk out during keynote speech", 96-Aug-14:1A
"Liddy Dole brings her folksy style to N.La.", 96-Oct-14:1A
"Louisiana delegates fail to unite behind Dole", 96-Aug-16:4A
"Louisiana Republicans look toward Bob Dole", 96-Mar-08:4A
"Louisiana's first lady touts women for Dole", 96-Oct-10:6A
"Louisiana's primary 'already decided' in eyes of nation", 96-Mar-07:1A
"National parties pour money into Louisiana race", 96-Nov-03:2B
"Perkins elected to GOP panel", 96-Jun-24:1B
"Pundits wonder if visit comes too late", 96-Oct-14:5A
"Region GOP office to open today", 96-Oct-16:1B
"Republicans honor ex-Dem with coveted committee seat", 96-Jan-07:4A
"State GOP to lobby for Foster issues", 96-Mar-26:5A
"State Rep. Roy Brun retains GOP job", 96-Nov-17:1B
"Visit may bring GOP win Louisiana", 96-Sep-18:4A
Louisiana-Retailers Association
"Retailers organization celebrates 50 years", 96-Feb-14:8B
Louisiana-Sports Hall of Fame
"A Byrd in the scrapbook is worth hanging onto", 96-Jun-23:1B
"Ex-Centenary star breaks new ground in Hall of Fame", 96-Jun-22:1C
"Former Centenary gymnast, 6 others elected to Hall of Fame", 96-Feb-04:6D
"Gymnast makes her mark" [Kathy Johnson-Clarke], 96-Jun-16:7D
Louisiana-Supreme Court
"AG: Teen drinking ban still applies", 96-Mar-12:1A
"Committee agrees to begin drafting new state Supreme Court districts", 96-Nov-15:5B
"Court refuses to hear appeal involving JFK's death", 96-Dec-17:2B
"Court sets drinking age back at 21", 96-Jul-03:1A
"Drinking age ruling cheered, jeered", 96-Mar-11:1A
"Drinking, gambling age question 'a slippery slope'", 96-May-23:1B
"Judge faces discipline for letter", 96-Oct-27:3B
"Judge says removal is cruel, unusual", 96-Dec-13:5B
"Justices review child rape law", 96-Oct-17:1A
"La. Supreme Court rejects law banning underage alcohol sales", 96-Mar-09:1A
"Louisiana Supreme Court to hear challenge on extra seat", 96-Nov-13:5B
"Prosecutor won't seek death penalty in rape case", 96-Oct-26:2B
"Ruston judge wins close race for Supreme Court", 96-Apr-21:10A
"State district judge says he plans to challenge his removal from office", 96-Dec-19:5B
"Supreme Court orders review of Caddo case", 96-Nov-27:5B
"Supreme Court to make ruling on Ethics Commission actions", 96-Oct-08:5B
"Traylor, Bleich to vie for Supreme Court", 96-Mar-13:9A
Louisiana-Tech
"Alumnus gives $1M to La. Tech", 96-Jan-19:1B
"Big ideas on a small scale", 96-Jul-27:1B
"Colleges get chance to defend programs", 96-May-20:3B
"Former La. Tech director faces arraignment on theft", 96-Nov-09:3B
"Grants boost universities beyond classroom", 96-Nov-25:1A
"GSU, La. Tech put grants to use", 96-Nov-25:1B
"La. Tech behind on student loans", 96-Oct-10:3B
"La. Tech gets almost $2M grant", 96-Jul-13:3B
"La. Tech graduates 665 in spring commencement", 96-May-17:3D
"La. Tech to dedicate institute", 96-Oct-15:3B
"Local groups eye sites for development", 96-May-21:1A
"Louisiana Tech receives money for endowments", 96-Aug-01:2B
"Louisiana Tech schedules 1996-97 theatre productions", 96-Sep-16:3D
"LSUS, Tech defend programs", 96-Mar-27:1B
"Realignment at Tech aims for efficiency", 96-Jul-05:1B
"Shreve Park acreage to be given to La. Tech", 96-Sep-10:8B
"Tech colleges merge", 96-Nov-13:2B
"Tech, Grambling plan joint project", 96-Jun-18:3B
"Three new sites now in running for Tech center", 96-May-18:1A
"Tribute etched in stone: names of 63,000 graduates engraved in walkway", 96-Sep-30:1B
Loyola College Prep
"Loyola attempts to be head and shoulders above rest", 96-Feb-17:3C
"Loyola to induct four into Hall of Honor", 96-Sep-23:1B
"Loyola: state champions", 96-Feb-18:1D
LSU-Baton Rouge
"Businessman gives $15 million to LSU", 96-Aug-17:3B
"Chancellor's plan for cooperation receives praise", 96-Dec-11:5B
"Favoritism found in another LSU scholarship program, auditor says", 96-Dec-10:5B
"LSU board decides to take scholarship from one student, award to another", 96-Nov-09:5B
"LSU Board of Supervisors to begin scholarship inquiry", 96-Oct-15:5B
"LSU chancellor resigns his job", 96-Nov-02:3B
"LSU chief walks out of meeting with black students", 96-Oct-12:5B
"LSU chooses new chancellor without national search", 96-Nov-09:1A
"LSU official denies claims of wrongdoing", 96-Oct-30:1A
"LSU official gave minority grants to white students, audit reveals", 96-Oct-04:4B
"LSU official quits over misused scholarship fund", 96-Oct-19:3B
"LSU's preliminary spending plan gets approval", 96-Nov-10:12B
"NAACP intends to pursue LSU scholarship issue", 96-Oct-13:3B
"NCAA rule broken, LSU says", 96-Nov-13:1A
"New LSU chancellor candid about daunting task he faces", 96-Dec-17:3B
"Report: LSU chancellor to resign today", 96-Nov-01:1A
"Search for new LSU chancellor to begin soon", 96-Nov-05:5B
"Unclassified LSU employees still might receive pay raises", 96-Dec-15:3B
LSU-Medical Center
"105 graduates receive degrees from LSUMC", 96-Jun-07:3D
"Auditor reviews contracts between LSUMC, Biomed", 96-Jun-04:4B
"Charity system board snubs plan for transfer of hospital control", 96-Dec-18:5B
"Demand for specialized doctors declines", 96-Sep-04:8B
"Foreign-born build new life, home here", 96-Nov-04:1A
"Governor considers privatizing charity hospitals", 96-Feb-28:3B
"Institute-LSUMC relationship proves a productive marriage", 96-May-12:3C
"LSUMC audit may take awhile", 96-May-07:3B
"LSUMC boasts this year's student regent", 96-Aug-03:3B
"LSUMC discontinues free drug program for AIDS patients", 96-Sep-19:1A
"LSUMC expansion keeps patients near", 96-May-27:6B
"LSUMC needs $59 million from state, documents show", 96-Jan-19:1A
"LSUMC school to hold graduation", 96-Aug-16:2B
"LSUMC sews up $5m grant", 96-Apr-27:1B
"LSUMC should take over charity system, Foster says", 96-Nov-21:5B
"LSUMC teaching heads for high tech", 96-Aug-11:6B
"LSUMC to hold seminar on abuse", 96-Aug-21:1B
"LSUMC to sponsor health fair at mall", 96-Oct-08:1B
"LSUMC will continue to provide free AIDS drugs", 96-Sep-28:1A
"LSUMC will test sickle cell anemia cure", 96-Aug-09:1B
"LSUMC wins grant for blood research", 96-Nov-15:1A
"LSUMC, Biomed fund project", 96-Apr-22:6B
"LSUMC, Biomed sign cooperative deal", 96-Oct-08:8B
"Med centers set to sign agreement", 96-Aug-30:8B
"Medical students feel rural benefits", 96-Feb-07:8B
"Possible sickle-cell cure spawns hope, frustration", 96-Aug-26:1A
"Seeking answers for the heart", 96-Apr-08:1B
"Telemedicine helps both inmates, LSUMC", 96-Nov-30:3B
LSUS
"'96 Athena Award goes to professor from LSUS" [Ann McLaurin], 96-Sep-13:8B
"'Brady Bunch' star will talk at LSUS", 96-Jan-25:1D
"'Mind Games' packed with imagery, ideas" [Carole C. Quam], 96-Nov-10:6E
"190 students graduate from LSUS", 96-Dec-22:3B
"2-year college enrollment up", 96-Sep-27:1A
"43 college programs could face ax", 96-Mar-31:1B
"Abraham Lincoln: We learn more from him as a simple man rather than as a saint", 96-Feb-06:1D
"Actor to give one-man show on Thomas Jefferson tonight", 96-Jan-18:1D
"Appraisal course slated at LSUS", 96-Dec-22:1C
"Area entertainers line up for monthly talent show", 96-Sep-21:1D
"Area programs under the ax in college consultants' plan", 96-Jul-17:3B
"Army's presence a thrill" [Larry Rambin], 96-Dec-28:3C
"Band schedules winter concert", 96-Nov-27:1D
"Business leaders advocate new LSUS programs", 96-Dec-29:1B
"Career centers help in job hunt", 96-Apr-11:1B
"Cast is needed for LSUS drama", 96-Jan-31:1D
"Child-abuse prevention topic at LSUS seminar", 96-Mar-27:1E
"Colleges get chance to defend programs", 96-May-20:3B
"Colleges to defend targeted programs", 96-Jun-24:3B
"Comedy team to be at LSUS", 96-Mar-26:1D
"Community Foundation awards $378,000 in grants", 96-Mar-28:1B
"Conference set on technology", 96-Nov-03:1C
"Consultants: Don't cut MBA degree at LSUS", 96-Aug-01:1A
"Counselor to give workshop at LSUS", 96-Jan-31:1E
"Dave Scott to hold clinic at LSUS", 96-Jul-27:1C
"Decision on summer graduation is in chancellor's hands", 96-Feb-14:3C
"Entrepreneurship growing strong in the Ark-La-Tex" [Special Section], 96-Feb-19:SS
"Essay contest offered by LSUS", 96-Oct-04:1B
"Excuse me!", 96-Jun-22:1D
"Foreign investment focus of seminar", 96-Apr-07:1C
"Former LSUS star starting to enjoy being a coach", 96-Dec-15:10D
"Forum to educate businesses on quality control", 96-Jul-09:8B
"Gents jolt Pilots to keep win streak", 96-Mar-16:5C
"Getting to the heart of society", 96-Mar-20:6E
"Goodbye, shy" [Mary Ann Shaw], 96-Jun-28:1D
"Gore stumps for Landrieu", 96-Nov-01:1A
"Grads walk at LSUS, BPCC", 96-May-16:1B
"Grants boost universities beyond classroom", 96-Nov-25:1A
"Grants enhance Japanese program", 96-Mar-29:1B
"Grants give LSUS 'big boost'", 96-Jun-15:1B
"Guest lecturer will discuss credibility of Shakespeare", 96-Feb-17:1D
"High schools offer LSUS courses", 96-Dec-05:1B
"Higher education board talks move to state Senate", 96-Feb-07:1B
"Higher-ed plan more than just politics to those affected", 96-Jan-23:2B
"Injury fails to stop Pilots post", 96-Feb-21:1C
"Japan seminar deadline nears", 96-Dec-06:1B
"Lady Pilots hop plane to Alaska", 96-Jan-06:3C
"Lecture to focus on local finds", 96-Oct-01:1B
"Lincoln Lecture on tap for Feb. 10", 96-Jan-06:1D
"Local educators weigh the pros and cons of affirmative action", 96-Mar-07:5D
"Lose that drawl, Y'all", 96-Aug-20:1D
"Loss of Pierce a puzzling blow to LSUS, city", 96-Sep-06:4C
"LSU professor luncheon speaker", 96-Jan-09:1D
"LSUS admission deadline is Aug. 5", 96-Jul-27:1B
"LSUS alumni tour prices will increase March 1", 96-Feb-10:3D
"LSUS announces top area students for semester", 96-Jun-05:6E
"LSUS banquet to serve India of the future", 96-Apr-01:6B
"LSUS boasts debate win", 96-Apr-03:6E
"LSUS business research director takes new job", 96-Jun-06:8B
"LSUS education program put on 2-year probation", 96-May-01:1B
"LSUS enrollment continues to fall", 96-Sep-17:1A
"LSUS faces travel-weary foe tonight in second round", 96-Feb-24:4C
"LSUS gallery offers exhibit", 96-Jan-10:1D
"LSUS graduates 220", 96-May-19:3D
"LSUS graduation slated Wednesday", 96-Aug-04:1B
"LSUS group plans trip to London", 96-Nov-26:1D
"LSUS group plans trips to Europe", 96-Dec-04:1D
"LSUS is among top three state schools", 96-Nov-13:2B
"LSUS mulls cancellation of summer graduations", 96-Feb-13:9A
"LSUS names honor students for fall semester", 96-Jan-10:3E
"LSUS nontraditional, minority students asked to speak up", 96-Sep-28:5B
"LSUS offers celebrity series", 96-Jan-05:1D
"LSUS offers finance seminar", 96-Feb-18:1C
"LSUS picks new business dean", 96-Apr-05:3B
"LSUS plans to offer several business courses", 96-Sep-29:3C
"LSUS professor bustles in Boston", 96-Apr-20:3C
"LSUS schedules art sale/exhibit", 96-Jan-26:1D
"LSUS schedules class on etiquette", 96-Apr-01:1D
"LSUS schedules Japanese festival", 96-Oct-14:1D
"LSUS schedules Pete George", 96-Nov-23:1D
"LSUS schedules Writing Fair", 96-Apr-16:1D
"LSUS seeks businesses for program", 96-Aug-19:6B
"LSUS sets meeting for off-site classes", 96-Dec-14:1B
"LSUS student playing school lobbyist", 96-Apr-06:3B
"LSUS students pushing for voice in decisions", 96-Feb-24:3B
"LSUS to discuss doctoral program", 96-Jan-29:1B
"LSUS to host India symposium", 96-Oct-15:1B
"LSUS to host workshops", 96-Mar-18:6B
"LSUS to re-enact Civil War battle", 96-Apr-03:1B
"LSUS to use TV, rural sites to attract more students", 96-Dec-16:1B
"LSUS to work out against Barksdale" [Pilots], 96-Oct-15:1C
"LSUS undergrad's research on author garners attention", 96-Jun-22:3B
"LSUS will continue to provide strong programs", 96-Aug-11:5B
"LSUS wins grant to train teachers about computers", 96-Dec-04:1B
"LSUS' Pierce heads west", 96-Sep-06:1C
"LSUS, Tech defend programs", 96-Mar-27:1B
"MacRoberts, Donalk T.", 96-Oct-21:2B
"Management class offered at LSUS", 96-Aug-04:1C
"Miss City of Roses pageant to be held Saturday at LSUS", 96-Jan-03:1E
"New enterprises need training to be successful", 96-Feb-22:8B
"Northern exposure" [Lady Pilots], 96-Jan-29:1D
"Officials to grill local journalists", 96-Apr-16:1B
"Photos on display through August", 96-Aug-19:1D
"Pilots land first playoff victory, 91-67", 96-Feb-22:3C
"Prep program prepares students for college", 96-Jul-24:1E
"Program cuts to affect all NW Louisiana schools", 96-Dec-09:2B
"Program trains students for careers in nonprofit world", 96-Dec-09:1B
"Proposal: Reduce 4 university boards to 1", 96-Jan-20:1A
"Realtor helps start LSUS endowment", 96-Aug-12:6B
"Reception set for adviser today", 96-Oct-16:1B
"Regents set to decide fate of 113 programs", 96-Dec-09:1A
"Regents take some LSUS programs off elimination list", 96-Nov-02:1B
"Scholar to speak to LSUS graduates", 96-Dec-18:4B
"Scholarships offered by LSUS", 96-Apr-03:1D
"Schoolteacher proves weightlifting title was no accident", 96-Mar-03:1D
"Science Olympiad stretches young minds", 96-Mar-10:1B
"Seminar on child custody, courts to be held at LSUS", 96-Aug-21:3B
"Seminar to focus on Civil War sites", 96-Sep-26:1B
"Seminar to focus on day-care firms", 96-Nov-04:6B
"Shakespeare touring group to stage 'Hamlet' at LSUS", 96-Mar-02:1D
"Shakespearian to be at LSUS", 96-Feb-07:1D
"Show spotlights the imaginative artwork of LSUS faculty", 96-Sep-03:3D
"Shreveport should get lift from national meet", 96-Feb-21:1C
"Shreveport's attitude causing 'Brain Drain' [Bill Stowe], 96-May-09:1B
"Some college programs escape ax", 96-Dec-12:1A
"Splitting hairs over your do?" [Celebrity instructor series], 96-Jan-12:1D
"Storytelling through dance", 96-Nov-05:1D
"Stressed? Take a deep breath", 96-Aug-22:1D
"Student reps look out for LSUS, other schools", 96-Dec-21:3B
"Students debate issues at LSUS: 22nd annual Red River Forensics Classic", 96-Jan-31:3E
"Summer graduation decision delayed", 96-Feb-21:1B
"Teen who shielded KKK supporter enrolls at LSUS", 96-Sep-06:1A
"Universities defend programs targeted for elimination by state", 96-Aug-21:1B
"Universities try to save programs from looming ax", 96-May-21:1B
"Upcoming conference to focus on business entrepreneurship", 96-Feb-15:8B
"Vice president to return here today", 96-Oct-31:1A
"Visit boosts chances in 2000" [Jeff Shadow], 96-Sep-25:6A
"Weekend workshop slated at LSUS", 96-Oct-29:3B
"Weighlifting champ not prepared for win", 96-Mar-02:1C
"Women's Studies sponsors programs", 96-Sep-04:1E
"Workshop offers ideas", 96-Feb-22:8B
"Wright triumphs over wrong" [Pilots], 96-Jan-27:3C
Lumber
"'We do worry about planting trees'", 96-Mar-17:1C
"Most of landowners' property either farmland or timberland", 96-Apr-01:4A
"Pine beetles at epidemic level in DeSoto Parish", 96-May-21:3B
"Property profile: Timber is No. 1", 96-Apr-01:1A
"Stealing the forest", 96-Jan-04:1B

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Mansfield, La.
"South Mansfield residents hope to breathe life back into village", 96-Apr-15:1B
Mardi Gras
"21 cut from krewe for condom tossing", 96-Feb-22:1B
"Break out the beads", 96-Dec-29:1E
"Centaur parade prepares to roll", 96-Feb-09:1A
"Events bring Mardi Gras to a close", 96-Feb-20:1A
"Gemini parade rolls today", 96-Feb-17:1A
"Krewe of Centaur parade is tonight", 96-Feb-10:1A
"Krewe of Centaur to host parade", 96-Jan-16:1D
"Krewe of Centaur to name its royalty", 96-Jul-26:1D
"Krewe of Gemini sponsors art contest for '97 parade", 96-Jul-11:1D
"Krewes get ready for Mardi Gras", 96-Jan-03:3E
"Local Mardi Gras festivities expected to draw 500,000", 96-Feb-05:1A
"Mardi Gras festival puts the focus on children", 96-Feb-01:1D
"Mardi Gras grows now, but fizzled earlier", 96-Feb-17:5B
"Mardi Gras mania prevails", 96-Feb-18:1A
"Mardi Gras mania", 96-Feb-13:1D
"Mardi Gras parades get good marks", 96-Feb-21:1B
"Mardi Gras parades mean more than fun spectacle", 96-Feb-14:6E
"Ohhh, its party time!", 96-Feb-16:3E
"Parade officials investigating report condoms were tossed", 96-Feb-20:6A
"Police list precautions to make Mardi Gras safer", 96-Feb-09:3A
"Police prepare for Krewe of Gemini's parade", 96-Feb-16:1A
"Teens revel in excitement of Mardi Gras festivities", 96-Feb-15:1D
"The meaning of Mardi Gras", 96-Feb-05:1D
"When the parade passes by...", 96-Feb-09:3E
Marjorie Lyons Playhouse
"'Aristocats' is purr-fect for young and old alike", 96-Aug-11:7E
"'Aristocats' one of Players' best stage productions yet", 96-Aug-15:3D
"'Bernarda Alba' auditions set", 96-Nov-05:1D
"'Creve Coeur' cast is announced", 96-May-18:3D
"'Litle Women' ushers in Centenary theater season", 96-Oct-04:3D
"'Period of Adjustment' at hand", 96-Nov-10:7E
"'subUrbia'", 96-Jan-28:7E
"Cast is sought for 'Oliver!' summer musical", 96-Apr-18:3D
"Centenary announces 'Assassins' cast", 96-Mar-14:3D
"Centenary casts musical 'Oliver!'", 96-Jul-01:3D
"Centenary College announces cast of 'Little Women'", 96-Sep-24:3D
"Centenary College names cast for 'Period of Adjustment'", 96-Nov-06:5D
"Centenary sets 'subUrbia' cast", 96-Jan-26:3D
"Centenary sets musical auditions", 96-Jan-23:3D
"Centenary takes on 'Oliver!'", 96-Jul-14:7E
"Centenary's 'Oliver!' a powerhouse production", 96-Jul-19:3D
"Director, cast attack 'subUrbia' with relish", 96-Feb-03:3D
"Focusing on the family: Centenary...opens season with...'Little Women'", 96-Sep-29:7E
"Latest stage production a milestone for director", 96-Jul-14:7E
"Marjorie Lyons puts on the dogs", 96-Dec-22:7E
"Open discussion to follow musical", 96-Mar-26:1D
"Panel to discuss story of 'Little Women'", 96-Oct-10:5D
"Shakespeare Express brings actress home", 96-Apr-09:3D
"Shakespearean troupe to stop here", 96-Mar-29:1D
"Singing off the mark in 'Assassins'", 96-Mar-22:3A
"Strong acting brings out human drama of 'Creve Coeur'", 96-May-31:2D
"Troupe has fun with 'Hansel and Gretel'", 96-Apr-06:3D
"Williams drama to unfold", 96-May-26:9E
Marshall, Texas
"Bridge marks completion of first project", 96-Dec-02:1B
"Courthouse restoration to start", 96-Sep-14:2B
"Marshall city leaders to vote on courthouse restoration", 96-Dec-09:1B
"Marshall courthouse in need of restoration", 96-Oct-27:1B
"Marshall yearns for shopping days of old", 96-Nov-21:8B
"Marshall's water draws compliments", 96-Nov-04:1B
"Support sought to renovate Marshall courthouse", 96-Dec-03:1B
"Train depot restoration not sidetracked", 96-Aug-26:1B
McCrery, Rep. Jim
"Congressman helps unveil wetlands area expansion" [Loggy Bayou], 96-Oct-11:1B
"Democrats reluctant to challenge McCrery", 96-Feb-18:1A
"Disability benefits may end for some", 96-Dec-07:1B
"Expo to link students, workers, industry", 96-Feb-20:6B
"Habitat completes its 10th home", 96-Nov-02:1B
"La. lawmakers split votes on immigration", 96-Sep-26:1A
"La. lawmakers take free trips far, wide", 96-Jun-15:5A
"Lawmakers differ on legislation", 96-May-23:14A
"Lawmakers protest district remapping", 96-Jan-14:1B
"Liddy Dole brings her folksy style to N.La.", 96-Oct-14:1A
"Louisiana already taking steps to overhaul welfare", 96-Dec-30:4B
"Louisiana delegates find much to like in speech", 96-Jan-24:4A
"Louisiana lawmakers call plane crash tragic and unfortunate", 96-Apr-04:5A
"Louisiana lawmakers divided over plan", 96-Feb-05:5A
"Major social programs need reform", 96-Jun-05:4B
"McCrery backs creating medical savings accounts", 96-Mar-29:5A
"McCrery backs Jenkins", 95-Sep-18:4B
"McCrery moves Washington office", 96-Dec-24:1B
"McCrery says Clinton likely to win re-election", 96-Aug-21:2B
"McCrery says government should adjust Superfund priorities", 96-Jan-10:4A
"McCrery to visit local schools", 96-Apr-09:1B
"McCrery to visit North Louisiana", 96-Jun-30:1B
"McCrery wins fifth term in Congress", 96-Sep-22:1A
"McCrery's campaign funds can go to pay baby sitters", 96-Jan-13:1A
"McCrery, Fields on opposite sides", 96-Aug-01:5A
"McCrery, Hayes like flat tax idea, but don't endorse any one plan", 96-Jan-22:3B
"McCrery, Jackson set to address welfare changes", 96-Aug-04:8A
"McCrery, Owen to face challengers", 96-Jul-13:9A
"McCrery-sponsored measures gain approval in Congress", 96-Oct-10:3B
"McCrery: Congress searches for solution to impending crisis", 96-Feb-18:1C
"McCrery: Gingrich will get my vote", 96-Dec-31:1A
"McCrery: Medicare report highlights need for 'urgency'", 96-Jun-06:1A
"McCrery: U.S. should aid in anti-terrorist efforts", 96-Mar-05:4A
"North Louisiana lawmakers say gas hike due to supply, demand", 96-May-02:8A
"Panels favor keeping entire B-52 fleet", 96-May-07:6A
"Public housing changes coming", 96-Aug-04:1B
"Public mum on gas-tax repeal issue", 96-May-13:1A
"Sabine pharmacist promises to run Long-style campaign against McCrery", 96-Aug-01:3B
"Welfare reform won't raise crime, McCrery tells neighborhood group", 96-Dec-06:1B
"Welform bill nears approval", 96-Jul-27:1A
McLarty, Mack
"McLarty: He felt pressure in travel office affair", 96-Aug-06:4A
Meadows Museum
"A feast for the eyes", 96-Aug-25:1E
"A touch of glass", 96-Mar-24:1E
"Meadows exhibits portraits of locals by Jean Despujols", 96-Nov-10:1E
"Meadows Museum sets school event", 96-Jan-10:1D
"Meadows Museum to throw party", 96-Feb-06:1D
"Meadows to hold mandala lecture", 96-Feb-22:1D
"Meadows to open exhibit on the 'Emerald Belt' ", 96-Oct-22:1D
"Meadows: 20 years of art", 96-Jan-28:1E
"Monk creates sand masterpiece", 96-Feb-07:1B
"Out of Africa", 96-Jun-21:1D
"Two exhibits provide entertainment for all", 96-Nov-24:9E
"Volunteers celebrate 20 years at museum", 96-Feb-21:1E
Mijalis, Gus
"Appeals court: Try Swearingin after Mijalises", 96-Jun-29:1B
"Charges dropped against Swearingin", 96-Sep-24:1B
"Evidence dispute to be heard in Mijalis case today", 96-Jun-18:3B
"Feds follow money trail to Broadhurst", 96-Oct-08:1A
"Grand jury adds new indictment", 96-Jun-28:1B
"Grand jury indicts Mijalises, Swearing in", 96-Feb-23:1A
"Gus Mijalis' video poker fraud trial to start today", 96-Sep-23:1A
"Judge acquits Mijalises in fraud case", 96-Sep-28:1A
"Judge grills Mijalis prosecutors", 96-Sep-26:1B
"Judge halts repetitive testimony in Mijalis video-poker fraud trial", 96-Sep-27:1B
"Judge limits gaming case", 96-Apr-02:1A
"Judge postpones Gus Mijalis ruling", 96-May-07:1B
"Judge quits Mijalis trial", 96-Jul-03:3B
"Maneuvering in Mijalis case continues", 96-Jul-01:1B
"Mijalis case contempt charge dropped", 96-Jun-05:3B
"Mijalis moved to Okla.", 96-Mar-06:1B
"Mijalis prosecutor rebuked", 96-Jun-04:1B
"Mijalis prosecutors lose delaying attempt", 96-Jul-02:3B
"Mijalis prosecutors win pretrial victories", 96-Jun-19:2B
"Mijalis ruling postponed again", 96-May-08:3B
"Mijalis tied to liquor permit file seized by Caddo DA", 96-Mar-08:1A
"Mijalis trial testimony begins", 96-Sep-25:5B
"Mijalis wants key records thrown out", 96-May-06:1B
"Mijalis' trial postponed again", 96-Jul-30:3B
"Mijalises awarded separate trial", 96-Jun-25:4B
"Mijalises, Swearing in arraignment today", 96-Mar-18:1B
"Police seize Gus Mijalis' personal records", 96-Feb-24:1B
"Prosecutors move to split defendants in Mijalis case", 96-Jun-21:1B
"Sammy Mijalis arrested", 96-Feb-10:1A
"State wins round in Mijalis case", 96-Jun-27:1B
"Swearing in, Mijalises go to trial on fraud charges July 1", 96-May-11:1B
"Trooper: Gus Mijalis ran business from jail cell", 96-Mar-19:3B
"Use of seized records OK'd in Mijalis case", 96-May-10:1A
Minden, La.
"Town striving for attention", 96-Feb-15:1B
"Turning back the clock", 96-Aug-01:1D
Monroe, La.
"Monroe elects first black mayor in 100 years", 96-Apr-21:10A
Morgan, Lucy
"Community volunteer Morgan dies", 96-Nov-22:5B
"Lucy Morgan", 96-Nov-23:11A
"Obituary", 96-Nov-22:4B
Mudbug Madness
"Local design wins top prize in Mudbug Madness contest", 96-Mar-06:6E
"Logo winner set to sign posters", 96-May-18:1D
"Mudbugs spice up festivities", 96-May-24:1B
Municipal Auditorium
"Money still needed to finish Municipal renovations", 96-Nov-26:6A
"Musical past strikes tune with futurists", 96-Nov-26:6A
Music in Shreveport
"Club benefits from coliseum's difficulties", 96-Jan-28:4A
"Guitarist Burton reaches 'star'-dom", 96-Oct-01:1D
"Jazz comes to life in Shreveport" [Jazz Legends Awards], 96-Feb-28:3E
"Local jazz great gets recognition at ceremony" [Jazz Legends Awards], 96-Feb-28:3E
"Local jazz greats to get honors Thursday night", 96-Feb-21:1E
"Local singer, club owner dies", 96-Jun-17:2B
"Some say city's just too small to attract big acts", 96-Jan-28:4A
"Taking the first step", 96-May-18:1D
"Tillman Franks", 96-Jul-11:1D
"Why the music died here" [Hirsch Coliseum], 96-Jan-28:1A

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NAACP
"30 marchers leave N.O. for state Capitol", 96-Feb-23:3B
"Appeal planned in redistricting case", 96-Jan-05:1A
"Chairwoman brings integrity and responsibility to NAACP", 96-Jan-16:1A
"Church arsons reflect community", 96-Oct-09:1B
"Four more nominated for positions with NAACP", 96-Nov-17:1B
"House committee balks at apologizing for slavery", 96-Apr-11:1A
"Jenkins camp studies black precinct lists", 96-Nov-14:1A
"Local NAACP chapter's election draws controversy", 96-Nov-16:1B
"Local NAACP committee asks president to resign", 96-Feb-16:1B
"Local NAACP plans special meeting", 96-Nov-14:1B
"Lowery urges NAACP to fight 'terrorism' acts", 96-Sep-15:7B
"NAACP appeal won't stall School Board qualifying", 96-Jan-29:2B
"NAACP calls off summit with governor", 96-Feb-04:1B
"NAACP cancels officer elections", 96-Nov-20:1B
"NAACP claims victory in School Board election", 96-Mar-14:3B
"NAACP election still up in air", 96-Nov-22:9A
"NAACP head says the issues are changing", 96-Jul-17:6E
"NAACP intends to pursue LSU scholarship issue", 96-Oct-13:3B
"NAACP marches on mansion", 96-Feb-25:1A
"NAACP members register 600 voters at Grambling", 96-Sep-14:3B
"NAACP proposes marching on La. Governor's Mansion", 96-Jan-18:3B
"NAACP undecided on election appeal", 96-Jan-06:3B
"NAACP won't get apology; summit with Foster falters", 96-Feb-07:1B
"NAACP's Mfume to attend march on Capitol", 96-Feb-22:1A
"NAACP, NAAWP plan separate marches Saturday", 96-Feb-19:1A
"NAACP: No discrimination at casino", 96-Mar-23:1A
"Opposition to city's bond issue organizes", 96-Apr-10:1A
"Results of probe expected soon", 96-Mar-22:1B
"Shreveport group rises early to attend march in Baton Rouge", 96-Feb-25:6A
"Women, labor join NAACP march against Foster", 96-Feb-06:5B
Natchitoches, La.
"Area historic sites get $6M for restoration", 96-Apr-27:3B
"Battle over bridge in Natchitoches ends with veto", 96-Dec-10:1B
"Bridge debate continues in Natchitoches", 96-Nov-25:2B
"Historic areas preserve past", 96-Dec-06:1B
"Natchitoches board takes a stand for history", 96-Dec-03:1A
"Natchitoches fireworks show should be better, despite new rules", 96-Dec-02:1B
"Natchitoches fort will step back in time", 96-Mar-09:3D
"Natchitoches to get recreation center", 96-Jun-17:1B
"Natchitoches unveils master plan to prepare city for next century", 96-Jun-08:1B
"Natchitoches' history is on tour this weekend", 96-Oct-11:3E
"Old courthouse gets new life", 96-Jul-05:1D
"Pieces of the past", 96-Dec-02:1D
"School improvement issue on Natchitoches ballot", 96-Mar-10:5A
"Structures crumble for lack of money", 96-Oct-15:1A
"Town hits a growth spurt", 96-Jun-15:1A
Natchitoches-Parish
"Life passes lazily in rural Powhatan", 96-Mar-04:1B
Natchitoches-Port Commission
"Natchitoches port secures $2.5M grant", 96-Jan-23:8B
"Port growth moving swiftly", 96-Oct-10:8B
"Port projects soon under way", 96-May-28:6B
"Wood chip company may sign port lease", 96-Apr-18:8B
National Conference of Christians and Jews
"Trio honored for promoting understanding, acceptance", 96-Jan-12:1A
Negro Chamber of Commerce
"Black patrons help black businesses succeed", 96-Oct-20:1C
"Negro Chamber holds annual event", 96-Oct-17:8B
"Negro Chamber plans banquet", 96-Nov-04:6B
"Negro Chamber tabs October as minority business month", 96-Aug-25:1C
"Negro Chamber to celebrate 55 years", 96-Apr-24:8B
"Negro Chamber to hold banquet at area church", 96-Nov-12:8B
"New president eager to take reins", 96-Nov-30:10B
Nine-One-One
"911 district never approved, federal officials say", 96-Aug-06:1B
"911 raise sent to Senate", 96-Apr-10:4A
"911 upgrade gets nod from voters", 96-Sep-22:1A
"911 wants to upgrade its system", 96-Sep-09:1A
"Caddo 911 uses night to promote fee hike", 96-Aug-07:4A
"FCC rule would enable 911 dispatchers to trace cellular calls", 96-Apr-06:1A
"House OKs expansion of Caddo 911 service", 96-Apr-03:5A
"Panel OKs Caddo 911 tax authority", 96-Mar-30:4A
"Phone charge hike planned for Caddo 911", 96-Sep-18:3B
"Voters could raise 911 fee in election", 96-Jun-14:1B
NorAm
"Alternative fuel gets a boost", 96-Jun-04:10B
"Cooler temperatures could heat up NorAm's earnings", 96-Feb-04:1C
"Future of 110 NorAm workers put in limbo by utility buyout", 96-Aug-14:8B
"Houston Industries to purchase NorAm Energy", 96-Aug-13:1A
"NorAm buyout creates mega utility", 96-Aug-13:8B
"NorAm earns $57.7 million", 96-Feb-08:8B
"NorAm flees area for annual meeting", 96-Apr-11:8B
"NorAm improves its third-quarter results", 96-Nov-08:8B
"NorAm merger approved", 96-Dec-18:8B
"NorAm sees more growth", 96-May-15:8B
"NorAm to cut 75 local positions", 96-Feb-06:10B
"Outspoken NorAm shareholder calls it quits", 96-Apr-14:1C
"Vote on NorAm merger set today", 96-Dec-17:8B
"Weather helps spur NorAm's earnings", 96-May-03:8B
"What a difference a year makes", 96-May-14:8B
North Louisiana Business Hall of Fame
"Former Barksdale leader to speak at Hall of Fame banquet", 96-Aug-11:1C
North Louisiana Military Museum
"Military museum to open in Ruston", 96-Nov-12:3B
Northwestern State University
"12 hopefuls grace list for NSU presidency", 96-Feb-24:1A
"19 throw names in ring for NSU presidency", 96-Feb-29:3B
"502 graduate from Northwestern State", 96-May-22:6E
"51 vie for Northwestern presidency", 96-Apr-02:3B
"700 granted degrees from Northwestern State", 96-Dec-22:6B
"Board narrows candidates list", 96-Apr-11:3B
"Board of Trustees to name NSU president today", 96-Apr-26:1A
"Campus reaction positive on Webb's appointment", 96-Apr-27:5A
"Community wants a local to head NSU", 96-Mar-27:7A
"Ex-NSU professor faces federal charges in Texas", 96-Nov-02:5B
"Grants boost universities beyond classroom", 96-Nov-25:1A
"History collection will go online", 96-Dec-23:5B
"List increases to 33 in search for Northwestern president", 96-Mar-18:3B
"List of Northwestern presidential applicants reaches 41 with addition of 8 more names", 96-Mar-23:3B
"Next summer's NSU nursing students to have less time to learn", 96-May-30:1B
"Northwestern State narrows list of presidential candidates to five", 96-Apr-12:3B
"Northwestern State ordered to shorten summer nursing program", 96-May-29:1A
"Northwestern's new president is school's biggest fan", 96-May-05:1D
"NSU agrees to drop MBA, art programs", 96-Jun-26:2B
"NSU announces area graduates", 96-Jan-17:6E
"NSU audit reveals some irregularities", 96-Nov-23:3B
"NSU calls Burke back to head athletics", 96-Aug-09:1C
"NSU candidate: Search panel prefers locals", 96-Apr-13:1A
"NSU chief promises dedication", 96-Apr-30:1B
"NSU defends grad program records, goals", 96-May-22:1B
"NSU Folk Festival begins today", 96-Jul-18:3B
"NSU graduates 502 students", 96-May-11:5D
"NSU head announces retirement", 96-Jan-06:1A
"NSU head may retire sooner than anticipated", 96-Jan-09:1B
"NSU hoping for even better times", 96-Jan-14:1B
"NSU launches search for new president", 96-Jan-23:3B
"NSU leader screening wraps up", 96-Apr-25:1B
"NSU nursing goes satellite", 96-Aug-31:1B
"NSU professor makes bid for university's presidency", 96-Feb-20:1B
"NSU schools trade buildings", 96-Jul-26:1B
"NSU students, faculty weigh in on leader search", 96-Feb-27:1B
"NSU to offer Camp Discovery", 96-Jan-17:5E
"NSU's efforts will help other heads", 96-Aug-04:6C
"Outgoing NSU president will remain through spring", 96-Jan-10:1B
"Randy Webb named NSU president", 96-Apr-27:1A
"Reception slated today for NSU chief finalists", 96-Apr-24:2B
"Space camp bridges generation gap", 96-Jun-16:1B
"Students at NSU give to themselves, community with donation to library", 96-Nov-23:3B
"Students in 6 states learn science from NSU", 96-Oct-14:1B
"Universities try to save programs from looming ax", 96-May-21:1B
"Webb connected to city, university", 96-Apr-27:5A
Norton Art Gallery
"Azaleas blooming at Norton gallery", 96-Apr-05:1A
"Exhibit showcases recognizable names" [Norton Art Gallery], 96-May-12:8E
"Norton Art Gallery exhibit features American paintings", 96-May-05:1E
"Norton offers picture-perfect exhibit", 96-Mar-03:1E
"Norton opens 'American Seen: People and Place'", 96-Sep-01:7E

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Oakley, Josephine
"Memorial service to honor activist Josephine Oakley", 96-Jun-15:3B
Obituaries
"Abramson, Mary Goldstein", 96-Jul-25:2B
"Alexander, Albert George Jr.", 96-Sep-10:4B
"Arrington, Lawson Brown", 96-Jan-17:2B
"Baroncini, Sr. Antoinette OLS", 96-Aug-02:2B
"Brocato, Joseph Charles", 96-Feb-28:2B
"Brownlee, John Sanders", 96-Sep-16:4B
"Byrd, Jo Ann Fulco", 96-Nov-25:4B
"Cathey, James L. Jr.", 96-Mar-03:2B
"Christy, Martha Jane Mallory", 96-Nov-22:4B
"Colquitt, Charles H.", 96-Jul-18:2B
"Colquitt, Dr. Walter Thomas Jr.", 96-Feb-06:4B
"Crenshaw, John C. Jr.", 96-Jul-16:2B
"Curtis, G. Wayne", 96-Aug-29:2B
"Dodd, Mrs. Monroe E.", 96-Nov-15:4B
"Dover, Neel Anthony", 96-Feb-19:2B
"Ferguson, James T.", 96-Jul-24:2B
"Garner, Joseph D.", 96-Dec-13:4B
"Giddens, Nina P.", 96-Mar-11:2B
"Hardtner, Jane Owen", 96-Feb-11:2B
"Hardy, George W.", 96-Nov-29:4B
"Hargrove, Joseph Leonard", 96-Jul-18:2B
"Herold, Dr. Arthur Anslem", 96-Oct-10:4B
"Hunter, Mirlyn Mills", 96-Sep-10:4B
"John, Dr. V. M.", 96-Mar-28:2B
"Johnston, Wilma Lyon", 96-Dec-01:4B
"Lampkins, Sadie Smith", 96-Mar-15:2B
"Lindsey, Dr. Arthur Lawrence", 96-Apr-25:2B
"MacRoberts, Donald T.", 96-Oct-21:2B
"Miciotto, Samuel Joseph", 96-Oct-26:4B
"Noonan, Beatrice Dunham", 96-Nov-25:4B
"Peterson, Mrs. Keith DeHoff", 96-Apr-22:2B
"Preslar, Edna Wilmot", 96-Feb-27:2B
"Provenza, Charles Walter", 96-Dec-15:4B
"Pyburn, Dwight D.", 96-Mar-15:2B
"Rothell, Roy Jackson", 96-Dec-29:4B
"Schwendimann, Rev. Fred W.", 96-Sep-10:4B
"Stephens, Albert Leonard M.D.", 96-Dec-30:6B
"Stuck, Martha Marshall", 96-Nov-12:4B
"Turner, Tommy", 96-Aug-10:2B
"Walter, Darrell Zan", 96-Feb-25:2B
"Wimberly, Dr. William Kenneth", 96-Jan-15:2B
"Youman, Marjorie Minton", 96-Jan-14:3B
Oil and Gas
"Area oil and gas activity", 96-Jan-14:6C, 96-Jan-28:6C, 96-Feb-25:6C, 96-Mar-03:6C, 96-Mar-17:6C, 96-Mar-24:6C, 96-Apr-07:6C, 96-Apr-21:6C, 96-Apr-28:6C, 96-May-05:6C, 96-May-12:2C, 96-May-19:6C, 96-May-26:6C, 96-Jun-02:6C, 96-Jun-23:6C, 96-Jun-30:6C, 96-Jul-07:6C, 96-Jul-14:6C, 96-Jul-21:6C, 96-Jul-28:6C, 96-Aug-04:6C, 96-Aug-11:6C, 96-Aug-18:6C, 96-Aug-25:6C, 96-Sep-01:6C, 96-Sep-08:6C, 96-Sep-15:6C, 96-Sep-22:6C, 96-Sep-29:6C, 96-Oct-06:6C, 96-Oct-27:5C, 96-Nov-03:5C
"Atlas begins $200M expansion", 96-Jan-16:8B
"Atlas expansion well under way", 96-Nov-07:6B
"Campbell renews push for oil tax", 96-May-13:1B
"Court rejects tax on refinery gas", 96-Aug-12:3B
"Crystal Oil posts huge earnings jump", 96-Aug-01:8B
"Crystal Oil's 1995 earnings down at $1.4M", 96-Mar-15:8B
"Crystal Oil's quarterly profits rise", 96-May-10:8B
"Downtown's oil boom buildings going fast", 96-May-11:5B
"Expected strike at Atlas delayed a day", 96-Feb-01:8B
"Foster considers settlement on disputed oil company taxes", 96-Jul-20:1B
"Gas prices are down locally, statewide", 96-Feb-20:6B
"Gulf in midst of oil boom", 96-Apr-30:8B
"Longtime oil-and-gas official to retire", 96-Mar-24:6C
"Louisiana consumers are paying more at pumps", 96-Mar-21:1A
"Muslow Oil & Gas tops Caddo land holdings", 96-Apr-01:5A
"New name planned for Atlas", 96-Dec-13:8B
"NorAm merger approved", 96-Dec-18:8B
"Offshore oil tracts awarded", 96-Aug-14:8B
"Oil, gas association tackles incentive, processing tax issues", 96-May-17:8B
"Renewed drilling could have local effect", 96-Apr-30:8B
"S.La. parish's first oil boom might be big", 96-Sep-03:3B
"Vote on NorAm merger set today", 96-Dec-17:8B
"Workers may strike Atlas at midnight", 96-Jan-31:8B
Overton Brooks Veterans Hospital
"Efforts to build veterans home continue", 96-Dec-27:1B
"Gulf War veterans still in limbo", 96-Dec-20:1A
"Hospital administrator turns plan into reality", 96-Dec-11:1E
"Powell inaugurates VA phone system", 96-May-22:1A
"Residents get special deliveries", 96-Dec-15:1B
"VA official to assess needs of minorities, women", 96-Feb-23:3B
"VA weathers budget woes", 96-Jan-19:8B

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Parish, Robert
"Chicago activates Parish", 96-Dec-05:3C
"Parish made huge impact on Shreveport", 96-Dec-15:10D
"Parish ties NBA mark", 96-Apr-06:1C
"Parish: NBA's new ironman", 96-Apr-07:1D
"Work ethic takes Parish to peak", 96-Apr-06:3C
Performing Arts Center
"'Kiss Me Kate!' tickets go on sale", 96-Jul-01:1D
"'Kiss Me, Kate' production a real smacker", 96-Jul-13:3D
"Cast chosen for 'Kiss Me Kate' musical", 96-Jun-12:5D
"Cast sought for 'Kiss Me Kate' musical", 96-Apr-19:3D
"Group sets auditions for 'Lolanthe'", 96-Oct-23:5D
"The battle of the sexes", 96-Jul-07:7E
Peter Pan Players
"'Aristocats' is purr-fect for young and old alike", 96-Aug-11:7E
"'Aristocats' one of Players' best stage productions yet", 96-Aug-15:3D
"'Hansel and Gretel' ready to get lost once again", 96-Mar-31:7E
"'Sleeping Beauty' ready to awaken at The Strand", 96-Feb-04:7E
"Cast chosen for '101 Dalmatians'", 96-Dec-17:3D
"Peter Pan Payers to hold workshop", 96-May-18:1D
"Peter Pan Players stage fun version of 'Dalmatians'", 96-Dec-28:3D
"Peter Pan Players to open new season with 'Aristocats'", 96-Aug-03:3D
"Peter Pan to stage '101 Dalmatians' ", 96-Nov-27:1D
"Strand will put on the dog with 'Lady and the Tramp'", 96-Oct-14:1D
"Troup announces 'Hansel and Gretel' cast", 96-Mar-29:3D
Philadelphia Center
"Bobby Darrow", 96-Feb-19:1D
"Going, going, going", 96-Jul-18:1D
"Mix a little art, music for a cause", 96-Dec-09:1D
"Philadelphia Center receives $16,000 donation", 96-Dec-13:2B
"Volunteers needed to man booth", 96-Dec-05:1B
Pickering, Myrtle
"Myrtle Pickering Center opens nonprofit store", 96-Nov-06:1E
Port of Shreveport-Bossier
"'We haven't closed door on port'", 96-Jan-07:1C
"1st tenant breaks ground", 96-Jan-26:8B
"Area port ships first order", 96-Oct-17:8B
"Beaird to be first to export out of port", 96-Sep-17:8B
"Construction at facility slows locally, expected to pick up in Natchitoches", 96-Sep-17:8B
"Customs office a well-kept secret", 96-Jul-10:8B
"Four prospects still hope to go forward with plans for site", 96-Jan-18:8B
"Joint project to break ground at port", 96-Jan-14:1C
"Port cancels methanol plant's lease of site", 96-Jun-13:1A
"Port receives first inbound shipment", 96-Nov-05:8B
"Port site sails ahead: first tenant to start construction next week", 96-Jan-18:8B
"Quaker State dumps warehouses", 96-Oct-19:10B
"Quaker State keeps its pact", 96-Jul-20:10B
Premier Bank
"Banc One earnings top $1B", 96-Feb-02:8B
"Banks changing name, game", 96-Jun-03:6B
"Premier to close 3 branches", 96-Mar-06:8B
Private Schools
"Catholic School Week observed", 96-Jan-31:1B

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Queensborough
"Police return to Queensborough", 96-Oct-04:1A
"Queensborough Association to train youths", 96-Oct-16:6E
"Residents feel growing pains of changing neighborhood", 96-Oct-07:1A

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Red River
"Arkansas oil spill may affect Red", 96-Nov-19:1A
"Boaters: Enjoying the Red is no accident", 96-Jan-21:6B
"Casino Magic keeps close eye on river", 96-Nov-26:4B
"Casino Magic remains closed through Sunday", 96-Nov-28:4B
"Casino Magic to close doors as Red River rises higher", 96-Nov-10:1B
"Civil War-era boat sought", 96-Mar-13:1B
"Crew searches rivers for hidden history", 96-May-05:1B
"Flood water from Red engulfs park", 96-Nov-11:1A
"Floodwaters continue to plague Magic, park", 96-Nov-12:1A
"Rising Red forces cancellation, frustrates Magic officials", 96-Nov-30:1A
"Rising Red River approaches flood stage", 96-Dec-03:3B
"Rising waters of Red River close Casino Magic again", 96-Nov-27:1A
Red River Parish
"At the helm", 96-Mar-30:1D
"Community spirit", 96-Jun-24:1B
"Coushatta looks past Sunbeam's closing", 96-Nov-22:8B
"Cutbacks no surprise", 96-Nov-13:8B
"Furor erupts over new school chief in Red River", 96-Nov-08:1A
"Government, business search for jobs in parish", 96-Jun-20:4A
"Parish braces for welfare cuts", 96-Jun-20:1A
"Red River Parish may be losing some tax dollars", 96-May-30:1A
"Red River Parish will go after lost taxes", 96-Jul-10:1B
"Red River to reassess tax collection methods", 96-Jul-30:1B
"Sunbeam plant to close", 96-Nov-13:1A
"Town awaits news on plant's fate", 96-Oct-20:1C
"Wanted: Jobs in Red River", 96-Nov-14:8B
Red River Rally Balloon Festival'96
"Balloon fest floats into city", 96-Sep-13:1B
"Balloon festival flies high", 96-Sep-15:1B
"Balloon rally will feature opportunities for handicapped", 96-Sep-04:1B
"Hot air, cool day prove irresistible", 96-Sep-15:1A
"Red River Rally Balloon Festival will include an air show this year", 96-Aug-13:1D
"The '96 Red River Rally", 96-Sep-08:SS
"Up, up and away!", 96-Sep-13:SS
See also LSUS
Red River Research Station
"Scientists harvest new market", 96-Mar-16:10B
Red River Revel'96
"Artist deadline for Revel Feb. 15", 96-Jan-18:1D
"Crowds revel in nice weather", 96-Sep-29:1B
"Headline performers to be featured at Revel", 96-Sep-07:3D
"Red River Revel seeks design artist", 96-Apr-08:1D
"Red River Revel starts Friday", 96-Sep-23:1D
"Red River Revel's success pleases organizers, public", 96-Oct-06:1B
"Revel fun, food draw crowd", 96-Sep-30:1B
"Sunny skies and big crowds expected for opening day of Red River Revel", 96-Sep-28:1A
"Trumpeter Tom Browne to blow his horn at Revel", 96-Sep-18:1D
Red River Valley Association
"Senators Johnston, Breaux to speak at Red River Valley Association meet", 96-Feb-12:6B
Red River Waterway
"Congress OKs funds for Red River project", 96-Sep-18:8A
"Red and ready", 96-Mar-24:1D
"Senate group approves $22.8M for North La.", 96-Jul-13:1A
"Senate OKs funding for Red River", 96-Jul-31:1A
Riverboat Gaming Commission
"Commission postpones action on Mirage", 96-Jan-21:1A
"Edwards' ally joins local group vying for berth", 96-Jan-21:4A
"Foster to replace 2 gaming commissioners", 96-Mar-16:1A
"Foster undecided about Gilliam replacement", 96-Mar-16:4A
"Gaming appointments delayed", 96-Mar-23:3B
"Gaming commission to consider boat license", 96-Feb-02:1A
"Hamel's property remains viable site for casino", 96-Feb-04:6B
"Hollywood pushes commission to issue second riverboat berth", 96-Mar-09:1B
"Horseshoe left to wait for board to decide fate", 96-May-01:4A
"It's not a mirage--decision on 4th boat imminent", 96-Jan-17:1A
"Mirage abandons plans for local boat", 96-Jan-26:1A
"Third choice may be city's only one for boat", 96-Jan-07:1B
Robinson, Eddie
"1 more year for Robinson", 96-Dec-14:1A
"Call him Coach", 96-Dec-14:3C
"Coach admired for quiet influence", 96-Dec-14:2C
"Coach Rob's influence felt", 96-Dec-14:2C
"Controversy divides students", 96-Dec-14:2C
"Foster won't jump into Robinson fray", 96-Dec-12:1A
"Grade scandal could tarnish legend's image", 96-Jul-13:3C
"Grambling coach to visit store", 96-Jul-28:1C
"Grambling's problems leave Robinson bewildered", 96-Dec-01:1D
"GSU may look to ex-stars for replacement", 96-Dec-14:1C
"GSU's '97 season may include Robinson, ex-Super Bowl MVP", 96-Dec-13:1A
"Hicks denies ultimatum for Robinson", 96-Dec-11:1A
"NCAA inquiry taking toll on Robinson", 96-Jul-13:1C
"Neither alumni nor Grambling's Robinson got what they wanted", 96-Dec-15:1D
"Not yet", 96-May-19:1D
"Numerous awards, 405 wins and 54 years merit one more year", 96-Dec-14:3C
"Robinson stews as GSU waits", 96-Dec-13:1C
"Robinson's future at GSU questioned", 96-Dec-10:1A
"Successor has 'some big shoes to fill,' past and present Tigers agree", 96-Dec-14:2C
"TV show features GSU's Robinson", 96-Jan-04:1D
Roemer, Buddy
"Governors vs. video poker", 96-Oct-21:2B
Ruston, La.
"Mayor-council conflict rocks Ruston", 96-Sep-29:1A
"Ruston feud brings split decision", 96-Sep-28:1B
"Ruston sues its mayor", 96-Aug-23:3B

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Sanders, Claud "Lody"
"Longtime Bossier educator dies", 96-Nov-16:4B
"Obituaries", 96-Nov-17:3B
Schumpert Foundation
"Foundation continues mission to raise money for area causes", 96-Mar-24:1E
"R&B singer Lou Rawls to serenade Shreveport", 96-Mar-24:1E
"Singer Lou Rawls warms up the night at Schumpert Medical Center benefit", 96-Mar-31:6B
Schumpert Medical Center
"First school health clinic now open at Linwood Middle School", 96-Mar-26:3B
"Hospital a fine legacy for T.E. Schumpert", 96-Oct-26:11A
"Hospital affiliation bears fruit", 96-Feb-03:10B
"Lou Rawls to jam at local benefit", 96-Jan-17:1A
"Residential hospice breaks ground", 96-Jan-04:8B
"Schumpert continues to curb its spending", 96-May-24:8B
"Schumpert eliminates positions", 96-Feb-13:8B
"Schumpert provides spiritual, medical care", 96-Sep-15:10A
"Sisters of Charity, Ochsner to dissolve partnership", 96-Feb-01:8B
"Small hospitals become fair game", 96-Oct-27:1C
Sci-Port Discovery Center
"A lesson in bugs", 96-Jul-26:1D
"Area projects fail to make Foster wish list", 96-May-10:1A
"Calling all mad scientists: Sci-Port benefit will offer spooky fun", 96-Oct-21:1D
"Council approves Sci-Port parking", 96-May-15:1B
"Ethics board gives Sci-Port OK to hire city employee", 96-Dec-13:1B
"Lack of funding for area projects miffs lawmakers", 96-May-14:1A
"Museums offer sneak peek", 96-Apr-15:1B
"Museums to give folks the chance to get to know 'em", 96-Apr-08:1D
"New Sci-Port building will feature exhibits on Red River", 96-Nov-29:1B
"Sci-Port back in state's construction bill", 96-May-21:6A
"Sci-Port board secures funds for construction", 96-Oct-21:1A
"Sci-Port celebrates its 2nd birthday", 96-Jan-27:1D
"Sci-Port debuts in new program", 96-Mar-14:1D
"Sci-Port expands summer camp", 96-May-29:1D
"Sci-Port hits rough water in the House", 96-May-09:1A
"Sci-Port plans Bee Day Saturday", 96-Aug-15:1D
"Sci-Port receives state funding", 96-Oct-18:1B
"Sci-Port seeks bridge 'builders'", 96-Feb-24:1D
"Sci-Port to feature 'hard rock' display", 96-Nov-16:11D
"Sci-Port/IMAX Theater groundbreaking is today", 96-Dec-11:1A
Sexton, Judge Fred
"Judge Sexton to retire Sept. 3", 96-Jun-18:3B
Shehee, Virginia K.
"Biomed Institute renamed", 96-Oct-24:8B
Shepherd, Kenny Wayne
"Kenny Wayne Shepherd has world at his feet, fingertips", 96-Aug-24:1D
"Kenny Wayne Shepherd to join Bob Dylan on stage here", 96-Sep-24:1A
"Kenny Wayne Shepherd: Shreveport teen guitarist is already making history", 96-May-09:1D
"Kenny Wayne, Dylan bring home the soul", 96-Oct-31:5D
"Shepherd returns home for concert", 96-Oct-25:1D
"Suit focuses on local guitarist's firm", 96-Jun-25:4B
Shreve Memorial Library
"Caddo Parish endorses library improvements", 96-Apr-21:1A
"Cedar Grove disagrees on library site", 96-Nov-19:3B
"Community likes old store site", 96-Nov-13:1B
"Deadlines loom for Shreveport library projects", 96-Aug-26:1B
"Exhibit focuses on melting pot", 96-Apr-03:1E
"Friends of Library to hold book sale", 96-Jul-10:1D
"Lakeside anticipates library, I-49", 96-Oct-06:1B
"Library official promises fair consideration of sites", 96-Oct-22:1B
"Library receives literacy grant", 96-Oct-10:1B
"Library to host exhibit on Sunday", 96-Apr-19:1D
"Local libraries in a bind", 96-Jan-02:1A
"Neighborhood debates site of expanded Broadmoor resource branch", 96-Apr-10:9A
"New Lakeside library planned in two years", 96-Oct-06:3B
"Public hearings set on library sites", 96-Nov-02:1B
"Put new libraries on school land, group tells Caddo Commission", 96-Oct-26:3B
"Residents target offices for new Broadmoor library", 96-Jun-19:3B
"Residents want input on library", 96-Oct-19:1B
"Shreve Memorial embarks on 10-year construction project", 96-Jun-01:1B
"Shreve Memorial Library offers help in tracing your family", 96-Feb-27:3D
"Tax would expand library system", 96-Apr-10:1A
Shreve Square
"City may help downtown developers", 96-Nov-12:1B
"Developers unveil downtown project", 96-Jul-20:1A
"Group to breathe new life into Shreve Square", 96-Jul-19:1A
"Local investors buy space in Shreve Square", 96-Dec-04:1A
Shreveport-Airport Authority
"Airport Authority meets today", 96-Sep-25:1B
"Airport Authority to buy homes", 96-Nov-06:1B
"Downtown Airport 'ready to take off'", 96-Jun-28:8B
Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau
"'We are on the grow': Tourism rate doubles in state", 96-May-16:1B
"Area to focus on entertainment", 96-Nov-26:1A
"Book spotlights economic past", 96-Jun-01:10B
"Chambers to offer new maps of area", 96-Sep-11:1E
"Hotels rooms still abundant for I-Bowl weekend", 96-Dec-26:6B
"Local tourism official opposes possible hotel room surcharge", 96-May-01:3B
"Miss USA applauds pageant coming here", 96-Sep-10:1D
"Money still needed to finish Municipal renovations", 96-Nov-26:6A
"Previous Miss USA Pageant host reaps long-term benefits", 96-Aug-23:1B
"Proposed hotel in Bossier City to target business travelers", 96-Aug-18:1A
"Riverboats draw more tourists", 96-Mar-12:8B
"Stealing the spotlight", 96-Dec-30:1A
"Tax opposition draws wrath of Williams", 96-Jun-04:1A
"Tourism bureau ignores mayors, votes 'no' on hotel tax", 96-Jun-06:1B
"Tourism head takes state post", 96-Aug-05:6B
"Tourist bureau unveils brochure of historic sites", 96-May-23:8B
"Trump to visit Shreveport", 96-Dec-12:1A
Shreveport-Captains
"A vision of victory", 96-Aug-05:3B
"Baseball's not dead here", 96-Jun-20:3C
"Caps enter trouble zone", 96-Jun-29:5D
"Caps pitcher makes up lack of speed with control", 96-Jun-25:1C
"Caps return, but will fans?", 96-Apr-07:1A
"Caps see slight rise at gate", 96-Aug-28:1C
"Captains at crossroads", 96-Jun-02:5D
"Captains catcher walking away on his terms", 96-May-09:1C
"Captains catcher writes great ending to career story", 96-May-08:1C
"Captains could have more competition in 1999", 96-Jul-08:1C
"Captains dominate Giants' list of prospects", 96-Jan-21:3D
"Captains face hard road with '96 schedule", 96-Jan-11:1C
"Captains face uphill battle as first half draws to a close", 96-Jun-11:3C
"Captains fans: All is forgiven", 96-Apr-07:5A
"Captains finally win one", 96-Apr-09:1C
"Captains find early success at the gate", 96-Apr-06:1C
"Captains get an early dose of bitter reality", 96-Apr-14:5D
"Captains get major league look", 96-Mar-24:6D
"Captains have time to stew after loss", 96-Apr-07:1D
"Captains King rules by power", 96-May-28:1C
"Captains make final stand at home", 96-Aug-22:1C
"Captains manager awaiting Triple-A members for balance", 96-Mar-27:3C
"Captains pitcher Howry is cooking", 96-Mar-26:3C
"Captains pitchers find success inside", 96-Jul-28:7D
"Captains pitchers, catchers report to spring training", 96-Mar-08:5C
"Captains return with a new look", 96-Apr-20:1C
"Captains roll to win", 96-Apr-30:1C
"Captains roster begins to take shape in flurry of player moves", 96-Mar-28:3C
"Captains roster comes together today", 96-Mar-31:3D
"Captains snap three-game skid", 96-Apr-13:1C
"Captains stepping up promotions", 96-Apr-04:5C
"Captains to announce schedule, radio deal", 96-Nov-14:1C
"Captains to host '97 All-Star game", 96-Jun-12:1C
"Captains win fifth straight", 96-Apr-18:1C
"Captains win game but lose chance at title", 96-Jun-15:1C
"Captains' staff to have a San Jose flavor", 96-Mar-25:6C
"Captains move into second place", 96-Aug-15:1C
"Captains to ban smoking in seating areas next season", 96-Nov-15:1C
"Catcher just wants to play ball", 96-May-29:1C
"Children have fun learning at clinic", 96-Jun-20:3C
"City, Captains still working out kinks in new agreement", 96-Feb-25:6D
"Covering bases is a real steal for Caps' Powell", 96-May-05:4D
"Despite minor problems, Captains happy at home", 96-Jul-07:1D
"Draft brings good news to Giants and Captains", 96-Jun-06:1C
"Expect a gruffer, tougher management style from Lezcano", 96-Nov-03:5D
"Fans back, but not in droves", 96-Jul-14:1D
"Fans enjoy game despite Captains' loss", 96-Apr-05:1A
"Former Captain makes AL debut", 96-Aug-12:1C
"Future stars are plentiful in this league", 96-Apr-04:5C
"Getting warmed up", 96-Feb-25:1D
"Going for two: Shreveport's boys of summer ready, eager", 96-Apr-04:1C
"Home team takes shape for opener", 96-Mar-29:1C
"If Captains always win, why are Giants always crummy?", 96-Mar-29:1C
"It's Taulbee for opener", 96-Apr-03:1C
"More is better for Shreveport pitchers", 96-Mar-26:3C
"Mudville rejoices as laughter returns to Fair Grounds Field", 96-Jan-17:1C
"On God's team", 96-Jun-09:1E
"One base at a time", 96-Nov-03:1D
"Outfielder finds success on diamond", 96-Mar-27:3C
"Pitcher in a pinch", 96-May-06:1C
"Postseason mark may be in jeopardy", 96-Aug-25:5D
"Return of Rios boosts Captains", 96-Aug-18:5D
"Reunion at the Golden Gate: 13 former Captains finish season with...Giants", 96-Sep-29:1D
"Rios eager to join Shreveport team", 96-Mar-31:3D
"Season just a fastball away", 96-Jan-21:1D
"Several Captains could have big-league futures", 96-May-19:5D
"Shreveport falls out of title race", 96-Aug-28:1C
"Shreveport has history on its side for 2nd half", 96-Jun-16:5D
"Slumping Shreveport Captains face long odds in first half", 96-Jun-09:5D
"Special game, special love", 96-Jun-16:1D
"Stranded in the ninth", 96-Apr-05:1C
"Summer winds down for Captains and fans", 96-Aug-23:3E
"Symphony, Shreveport Captains team up for orchestra benefit", 96-Jun-14;1D
"Tense times hang over Caps' heads", 96-Jul-11:1C
"The bomb squad", 96-Jul-17:1C
"The plays before the first pitch: Captains team more than just ballplayers", 96-May-12:1D
"Third baseman may have found a home where the Captains roam", 96-Mar-29:3C
"Wait 'til next year, Caps fans", 96-Sep-02:1C
"What happened?", 96-Sep-01:1D
"Winners' cycle", 96-Jun-11:1C
"Winter meetings kick off today", 96-Dec-06:3C
"Youth to take on Captains in Beep-Ball game Sunday", 96-Jul-30:1D
Shreveport-Chamber of Commerce
"'97 jobs outlook: Reserved", 96-Nov-30:10B
"A rose in area's bouquet", 96-Jan-24:10B
"Area ranks high in affordability", 96-Jan-23:1A
"Area to focus on entertainment", 96-Nov-26:1A
"Bryant resigns from chamber", 96-Jun-05:8B
"Caddo plans incentives for firms to locate here", 96-Nov-13:8B
"Chairmen of the boards", 96-Jan-14:1C
"Chamber annual meeting Thursday", 96-Jan-22:6B
"Chamber chooses its business leader of year", 96-Jan-28:2C
"Chamber could change local outlook: proposals...may lead to restructured departments", 96-Mar-19:8B
"Chamber honors business leaders", 96-Dec-15:3C
"Chamber may make acting official's role permanent", 96-Oct-27:1C
"Chamber members push local interests", 96-Mar-14:8B
"Chamber names development VP", 96-Dec-06:8B
"Chamber receives national approval", 96-Mar-05:10B
"Chamber restructures development efforts", 96-Mar-31:1C
"Chamber speaker looks for laughs", 96-Jan-24:10B
"Chamber to honor top 10 business people of year", 96-Dec-03:8B
"Chamber, Shreveport appoint economic department leaders", 96-Jun-30:1C
"City and chamber revive minority program", 96-Jan-24:10B
"Clinton tells Louisianians there's 'more mind' involved in work", 96-Feb-10:6A
"Dubin named top community leader", 96-Nov-20:8B
"Empty offices stall growth", 96-Jun-30:1C
"Entertainment attorney to evaluate opportunities to expand into area", 96-Nov-25:6B
"Fears of bust linger despite growth", 96-Aug-04:1C
"Forging profitable ties", 96-Feb-25:1C
"Helping others pays off for area's young leaders", 96-Nov-17:1A
"ICON turns eyes toward Shreveport again", 96-Oct-08:1A
"Jobs program hopes to add more youths to roster", 96-Jun-12:1A
"Local groups eye sites for development", 96-May-21:1A
"New chamber leader gets ready for action", 96-Dec-15:1C
"New president eager to take reins", 96-Nov-30:10B
"Shreveport Chamber to honor small-business owners", 96-Dec-11:8B
"Shreveport wants faster riverfront development", 96-Apr-07:6B
"Volunteers find time to help", 96-Nov-17:1C
Shreveport-City Council
"2 fatal wrecks focus spotlight on safety", 96-May-12:1A
"Allocation of funds for park sparks debate", 96-Mar-13:1B
"Amended pay plan up for approval", 96-Mar-26:1B
"Another delay expected on minority program", 96-Apr-23:3B
"Assessment in: Parish, council to lower property taxes", 96-Sep-10:1A
"Barnes will listen, learn on Council", 96-Jan-07:1B
"Bids sought on downtown tower", 96-May-16:1B
"Board: Councilman shouldn't vote on telephone contract", 96-Aug-21:1B
"Bond election up for OK", 96-Feb-13:1B
"Bond money to fill needs", 96-Aug-17:1B
"City allocates more money to maintain private lots", 96-Oct-07:1A
"City Council balks at creating sports authority", 96-May-29:1B
"City Council delays decision on Harrah's Casino building permit", 96-Aug-27:3B
"City Council delays job program, OKs zoning for apartment project", 96-Apr-10:3B
"City Council divvies up Pirates treasure", 96-Jun-26:1B
"City Council may auction American Tower", 96-Feb-13:1B
"City Council may postpone vote to call April election", 96-Jan-23:3B
"City Council to determine tower's fate", 96-Mar-11:1B
"City council, district judge candidates debate", 96-Aug-30:3B
"City employees vent anger over pay raises", 96-May-24:11A
"City hopes new group will be a winner on economic field" [Sports Authority], 96-May-12:1D
"City tackles golf fund deficit", 96-Dec-07:1B
"City taxi drivers split on cab fare hike proposal", 96-Apr-17:3B
"Cooper officially joins Shreveport Council", 96-Nov-23:1B
"Council adopts $127 million budget", 96-Dec-14:1B
"Council approves Harrah's plan", 96-Sep-11:1B
"Council approves Sci-Port parking", 96-May-15:1B
"Council approves sports authority", 96-Jun-12:3B
"Council bans large storage facilities", 96-Apr-26:3B
"Council calls bond election", 96-Feb-14:1B
"Council delays apartment vote", 96-Dec-28:1B
"Council denies ex-felon liquor license", 96-Mar-01:3B
"Council meeting to fill vacant seat", 96-Jan-05:1B
"Council members discuss city pay raises", 96-Mar-12:3B
"Council must rush to adopt '97 budgets", 96-Dec-10:5B
"Council OKs change to sexually oriented business ordinance", 96-Aug-07:1B
"Council OKs minority institute", 96-Jul-10:3B
"Council poised to endorse commission's OK of Harrah's hotel", 96-Aug-17:1A
"Council slams door on proposed apartments", 96-Apr-24:1B
"Council to hear pay grievances", 96-May-15:1B
"Council to look at bidding", 96-Oct-21:1B
"Council to meet about budget", 96-Nov-25:5B
"Council upholds dog's death sentence", 96-Sep-06:1B
"Council votes down enterprise institute", 96-Jul-24:1B
"Councilman feels left out of discussion", 96-Jul-07:1B
"Councilman fights ordinance", 96-Aug-06:3B
"Councilman may drop retreat plans", 96-Oct-17:1B
"Councilman promises to help Sonic find site", 96-Nov-28:1B
"Councilman proposes stockpiling city's boat revenues", 96-May-26:1A
"Councilman questions timing of audit", 96-May-01:1B
"Councilman seeks to hammer out differences with mayor", 96-Jun-09:1A
"Councilman to guard against discrimination", 96-Apr-24:2B
"Councilman urges citizens to make citywide cleanup", 96-Sep-19:1B
"Councilman's district office stays busy", 96-Dec-04:2B
"Councilman's son charged in shooting", 96-Jan-30:3B
"Couple file appeal to save dog", 96-Sep-14:1B
"Downtown gears ups for apartments", 96-Dec-24:1A
"Facility appears doomed", 96-Apr-23:1B
"Family to appeal 'vicious' dog's fate", 96-Sep-05:1A
"Fight heats up over Bossier boarding fees", 96-Feb-01:1B
"Former chancellor to fill Glover's seat", 96-Jan-06:1B
"Funds secured for minority institute", 96-Aug-27:1B
"Green questions program spending", 96-Oct-22:1B
"Group seeks funds to keep operating", 96-Nov-26:2B
"Group set to study combined city-parish government", 96-May-27:1B
"Harrah's riverfront plans concern developer", 96-Sep-10:1B
"Harrah's, city review new tax rate plan", 96-Dec-02:1A
"Higher fines spark more calls of noise nuisances in Shreveport", 96-Nov-29:1A
"ICON plans to make offer for building", 96-Jul-24:3B
"Ieyoub says cutting deal violated law" [Riverfront Development Director], 96-Feb-28;1B
"Leaders wary of fragmentation of $119 million bond issue", 96-Feb-19:1B
"Legal issues ensnarl Cary's future", 96-Jul-28:3B
"Man arrested at council meeting", 96-Sep-25:1B
"Mayor halts apartments plans", 96-Apr-20:1B
"Mayor nixes neighborhood plan for center", 96-Jun-07:1B
"Mayor vetoes enterprise institute", 96-Jul-19:5A
"Mayor vetoes funding for minority businesses", 96-Jul-23:3B
"More residents appeal Harrah's riverfront plan", 96-Aug-24:3B
"New hope for new group", 96-Jun-16:1D
"New post may bridge gap", 96-Apr-01:3B
"Pay raises again under scrutiny", 96-Mar-25:1B
"Pay raises still irk municipal workers", 96-Jul-10:3B
"Permit fees waived for restoring downtown buildings", 96-Oct-09:1B
"Pirates may not have offer to refuse", 96-Jan-19:1A
"Residents hope to stop Sonic restaurant on Kings", 96-Nov-22:1B
"Residents object to apartment complex", 96-Mar-27:1B
"Retired educator sworn in as City Council member", 96-Jan-09:3B
"Riverfront deal wins few fans", 96-Jun-11:1B
"Senior complex distresses would-be neighbors", 96-Apr-10:3B
"Shreveport City Council continues to debate riverfront fund", 96-Jul-09:1B
"Shreveport Council candidates to debate at forum tonight", 96-Aug-29:3B
"Shreveport Council OKs spending bond money", 96-Aug-14:3B
"Shreveport gets new development chief", 96-Jun-14:8B
"Shreveport must spend or lose funds for housing", 96-Nov-20:1A
"Shreveport nets savings with Fraud Hotline calls", 96-May-05:1A
"Shreveport now trying to get money's worth from Pirates", 96-Jun-29:5D
"Shreveport puts minority business program on hold", 96-Apr-28:1A
"Shreveport workers form union", 96-Nov-27:1B
"Shreveport's legal tab exceeds $5 million allocated in budget", 96-Apr-22:1A
"Small price for big payoff", 96-May-28:1C
"Sports Authority takes on familiar look", 96-Jul-10:1C
"SUSBO proposal faces vote today", 96-Apr-09:3B
"Three qualify for Shreveport City Council race", 96-Jul-11:5A
"Two companies looking at American Tower", 96-Sep-12:5B
"Voters hold zoo's fate", 96-Jan-23:1A
"Williams may veto enterprise institute", 96-Jul-17:3B
"Working for youths", 96-Jul-11:1B
Shreveport-City Government
"'There's so much possibility'", 96-Apr-01:1B
"1998 mayor's race is off and running", 96-Aug-08:1B
"Bid policy revised, scuttled", 96-May-03:1B
"Bidding problems found in city office", 96-Aug-30:1B
"Bond election up for OK", 96-Feb-13:1B
"Bond issue could be a lifesaver", 96-Apr-14:1A
"Bond would aid police, firefighters", 96-Apr-13:1A
"Bulk of funds would improve roads, drainage", 96-Apr-11:1A
"Casino says it pays city too much", 96-Apr-28:1B
"City complaint service praised, panned", 96-Dec-06:1A
"City employees cite reasons to unionize", 96-Dec-03:2B
"City hopes bad taste left by Pirates won't hurt stadium improvements", 96-Apr-14:6A
"City official Jim Hobbs retires", 96-Jun-20:3B
"City sends abandoned vehicles packing", 96-Nov-03:1A
"City set to start bond-issue projects", 96-May-16:1A
"City used HUD funds for sick pay", 96-Nov-20:1B
"City water rates increase 6 percent", 96-Jan-23:3B
"City workers rally for more pay", 96-May-11:1B
"Complaints spark investigation into Shreveport's demolition contracts", 96-Apr-30:1A
"Construction to start soon on new city court building", 96-Dec-19:1B
"Feds trying to stop Shreveport City Court election", 96-Aug-15:3B
"Harrah's boarding system questioned", 96-Apr-27:1B
"ICON chooses Webster", 96-Oct-02:1A
"ICON looks beyond Shreveport", 96-Sep-11:1A
"ICON tower proposal still on table", 96-Sep-14:1B
"ICON won't pursue tower", 96-Sep-12:1A
"ICON, Shreveport on talking terms again", 96-Sep-20:8B
"Industrial parks part of bond package", 96-Apr-12:6A
"Mayor lobbies for bond election", 96-Jan-19:1B
"Mayor says American Tower has a strong suitor", 96-Oct-03:1A
"Mayor unveils low-interest home loans", 96-Jan-25:10B
"Most taxes win approval of local voters", 96-Apr-21:1A
"Multicultural museum faces opposition", 96-Apr-12:1A
"Neighborhood involvement gets Shreveport first-place award", 96-Jan-16:1A
"Office reshuffled in wake of audit", 96-Aug-31:1B
"Officers' lawsuit jeopardizes city's risk fund", 96-Jul-15:1A
"Opposition to city's bond issue organizes", 96-Apr-10:1A
"Personnel board adopts pay plan changes", 96-Oct-05:3B
"Personnel board to discuss complaints over pay raises", 96-Aug-14:1B
"Realtor for American Tower to be named soon", 96-Jul-10:8B
"Shreveport bonds rate high", 96-Jun-21:1B
"Shreveport city workers meet to support union", 96-Dec-05:2B
"Shreveport employees critize attempt to 'adjust' their pay", 96-May-10:1A
"Shreveport gets new development chief", 96-Jun-14:8B
"Shreveport to get part of $20M EPA grant", 96-Jun-14:1B
"Shreveport voters pick and choose their future", 96-Apr-21:11A
"SporTran maintenance garage funding will appear on April ballot", 96-Apr-12:6A
"Two companies looking at American Tower", 96-Sep-12:5B
"Voter turnout key to zoo's fate", 96-Apr-14:6A
"Voters speak out about Saturday's ballot", 96-Apr-19:1A
"Voters to tackle bond issue, Bossier tax", 96-Apr-20:1A
Shreveport-Downtown Airport
"Downtown Airport 'ready to take off'", 96-Jun-28:8B
Shreveport-Economy
"A sure bet?", 96-Aug-04:1C
"Another boom seen for local housing market", 96-Feb-26:SS
"Area unemployment drops to 6 percent", 96-Dec-28:10B
"Base brings dollars to area", 96-Mar-06:8B
"Business booming in our area", 96-Jan-21:1A
"CNB consolidation to cost 76 more jobs", 96-Dec-10:8B
"Construction may boost economy", 96-Aug-25:1C
"Cost of living lower in Shreveport", 96-Jan-24:10B
"Counting the jobless", 96-Jun-02:1C
"Downtown loses 2 more retailers", 96-Mar-17:1C
"Employment exodus slows", 96-Feb-04:1C
"Entrepreneurship growing strong in the Ark-La-Tex" [Special Section], 96-Feb-19:SS
"Field of dreams becomes reality", 96-Jul-07:1C
"Future uncertain for local pro sports", 96-Feb-26:SS
"Housing under construction", 96-Nov-17:1C
"ICON blames layoffs on grant money delay", 96-Dec-12:1A
"ICON lays off most of its workers", 96-Dec-11:1A
"ICON looks beyond Shreveport", 96-Sep-11:1A
"ICON shops downtown", 96-Jul-18:1A
"ICON turns eyes toward Shreveport again", 96-Oct-08:1A
"ICON won't pursue tower", 96-Sep-12:1A
"Local economy retains vigor", 96-Aug-25:1A
"Local industry healthy", 96-Mar-10:1C
"Local jobless rate dips", 96-Jan-31:8B
"Local retailers outdo national sales levels", 96-Feb-26:SS
"Loop sites in demand", 96-Sep-08:1C
"Major retailers lining up for venture", 96-Aug-09:1A
"More locals found jobs last month", 96-Sep-26:8B
"Numbers don't tell the whole story", 96-Feb-20:6B
"Outlook" [Special Section], 96-Feb-26:SS
"Parish to use industrial lot to woo plant", 96-Oct-08:8B
"Park's lack of amenities worries ICON president", 96-Oct-08:3B
"Quaker State dumps warehouses", 96-Oct-19:10B
"Report: Aircraft makers ditch exploratory talks of merging" [McDonnel Douglas], 96-Jan-17:8B
"Retail sales rise", 96-Nov-24:1C
"Retail space continues to be hot", 96-Jun-18:8B
"Seeds of local growth now in full bloom", 96-Jan-21:1C
"Shreveport jobless rate inches up", 96-Nov-26:8B
"Shreveport-Bossier City loses 2,400 seasonal positions", 96-Feb-27:8B
"Suddenly, there's room in Ark-La-Tex inns", 96-Apr-07:1C
"SuperCenter might have new site", 96-Sep-08:1C
"Two companies looking at American Tower", 96-Sep-12:5B
"Unemployment drops locally", 96-May-29:8B
"Unemployment falls slightly in July", 96-Aug-27:8B
Shreveport-Environment
"2,300 area volunteers bag trash, clean up Shreveport- Bossier City", 96-Mar-31:1A
"Center makes recycling easier", 96-Apr-05:1B
"City awarded grant to remove lead paint", 96-Oct-30:2B
"Cleanup targets city housing", 96-Nov-18:1B
"EPA fines city for sewerage problems", 96-Jun-19:1B
"Flowers to brighten Youree", 96-Oct-29:2B
"Insecticide contamination found in Shreveport house", 96-Dec-24:1A
"Local recycling coordinator picks up conservation award", 96-Jun-19:1E
"Newest recycling center opens", 96-Jan-03:1B
"Program targets telephone books", 96-Jan-17:1E
"Recycling center makes changes", 96-Sep-08:1B
"Shreveport Green Awards", 96-Nov-14:1B
"Shreveport Green honors area groups, businesses", 96-Nov-23:5B
"Shreveport to get part of $20M EPA grant", 96-Jun-14:1B
"Shreveport wins top beautification award", 96-Oct-09:1B
"Students, businesses keep community clean", 96-Mar-13:1E
"Tree recycling will begin today", 96-Dec-28:1B
Shreveport-Fire Dept.
"'The enemy started that fire'", 96-Jun-25:1A
"All in the family", 96-Feb-21:3E
"Allendale residents want answers", 96-May-18:1A
"Diversity is the key", 96-Sep-25:1E
"Fire chief joins national task force", 96-Sep-08:6B
"Fire chief named to arson committee", 96-Aug-27:3B
"Fire Dept. seeking new home", 96-Feb-01:1B
"Fire officials have few clues in arson", 96-Jun-25:1B
"Fired captain sues Fire Department", 96-Mar-25:3B
"Former city fire official dies", 96-Dec-28:4B
"Multiple fires char area woodlands", 96-Feb-21:1A
"Police, fire pay hikes put on hold", 96-Aug-20:1B
"Police, fire unions seek hike; 20% plan on mayor's desk", 96-May-01:1A
"Shreveport forms church arson squad", 96-Jun-21:1A
Shreveport-Gilbert and Sullivan Society
"'Gondoliers' floats along enjoyably", 96-Feb-09:3D
"Gilbert & Sullivan to unfold 'Gondoliers'", 96-Feb-04:8E
"Local Gilbert and Sullivan Society chooses cast for 'Gondoliers'", 96-Jan-30:3D
Shreveport-Housing Authority
"Housing Authority holds Scholarship Awards Ceremony", 96-Jul-31:1E
"New Boys, Girls clubs management will keep programs", 96-Oct-03:1B
Shreveport-Little Theatre
"'Golden Pond' cast announced", 96-Oct-21:3D
"'Little Me' cast announced", 96-Aug-30:3D
"'Little Me' cast delivers big fun", 96-Sep-13:3D
"'Little Me' to tell her story at SLT", 96-Sep-08:7E
"'On Golden Pond' has roles available", 96-Sep-03:1D
"'On Golden Pond' opens at SLT", 96-Oct-27:7E
"'Rumors' promises lots of laughs", 96-May-05:7E
"Additional tryouts set for 'Little Me'", 96-Jul-16:1D
"Cast announced for 'Odd Couple'", 96-Jan-17:3D
"Cast is sought for 'Gin Game'", 96-Feb-03:3D
"City's Little Theatre offers a work in progress", 96-Jan-12:3D
"Curtain goes up on acting classes", 96-May-25:1D
"Little Theatre deals winner with a rousing 'Gin Game'", 96-Mar-23:3D
"Little Theatre to deal up 'Gin Game'", 96-Mar-10:6E
"Scrooge gets a new look in 'Ebenezer'", 96-Dec-08:8E
"Shreveport Little Theatre announces new season", 96-Jun-25:3D
"SLT to feature acting showcase", 96-Nov-22:1D
"SLT adds dates to 'Odd Couple'", 96-Feb-08:1D
"SLT announces cast of 'Ebenezer'", 96-Nov-29:5D
"SLT announces its 'Gin Game' cast", 96-Feb-29:5D
"SLT dishes out solid laughs in Neil Simon's 'Rumors'", 96-May-10:3D
"SLT plans play premiere", 96-Jan-06:1D
"SLT postpones 'Gin Game' opening", 96-Mar-12:1D
"SLT schedules fall acting classes", 96-Sep-19:1D
"SLT sets winter acting classes", 96-Jan-23:1D
"SLT stages a winner with 'Golden Pond'", 96-Nov-01:3D
"SLT to host rummage sale", 96-Jul-09:1D
"SLT's 'Ebenezer' is a little erratic but promising", 96-Dec-13:3D
"Spaces available in acting class", 96-Jun-11:1D
"Women put a new twist on popular 'Odd Couple'", 96-Jan-21:7E
Shreveport-Metropolitan Ballet
"'Coppelia' to be presented", 96-Apr-21:8E
"'Nutcracker' provides a seasonal treat", 96-Dec-15:2B
"Auditions set for 'Nutcracker'", 96-Sep-05:1D
"Ballet group wants designs", 96-Oct-15:1D
"Ballet season begins Sept. 14", 96-Aug-27:1D
"Ballet troupe prepares for 'Nutcracker'", 96-Dec-07:11D
"Local ballet schedules 'Coppelia'", 96-Apr-08:1D
"Shreveporter wins art design contest", 96-Nov-28:5D
Shreveport-Metropolitan Planning Commission
"City gets downtown planning ideas", 96-Oct-17:1B
"Council bans large storage facilities", 96-Apr-26:3B
"Mayor halts apartments plans", 96-Apr-20:1B
"Residents hope to stop Sonic restaurant on Kings", 96-Nov-22:1B
"Shreveport master plan will take citizen input", 96-Sep-29:1B
Shreveport-Opera
"'Trovatore' opera generally good", 96-Mar-24:6B
"Dinner to honor retired opera head", 96-Sep-10:1D
"Director wanted to guide musical", 96-Oct-13:2E
"Met contest winners sing in annual show", 96-Jan-14:6E
"Opera moves into future with clear vision, direction", 96-Nov-16:11D
"Opera to hold 'Tosca' preview", 96-Oct-28:1D
"Shreveport Opera names Singer of the Year winners", 96-Feb-08:3D
"Shreveport Opera opens grandly with Gershwin's 'Porgy and Bess'", 96-Oct-20:4B
"Shreveport Opera plans auditions", 96-Jan-29:1D
"Shreveport Opera sets preview party", 96-Oct-01:1D
"Shreveport Opera's 'Tosca' a triumph", 96-Nov-17:6B
"Shreveport Opera's Tosca' will hit stage Saturday", 96-Nov-11:3D
"Shreveport Opera sets completion", 96-Dec-02:1D
"Singer cancels opera appearance", 96-Jan-17:1D
"Story of Gershwin's 'Porgy and Bess' unfolds Saturday", 96-Oct-13:1E
"Verdi opera to be staged here", 96-Mar-19:3D
Shreveport-Pirates
"Authority may get cut of ex-Pirates' treasure", 96-Jun-23:1A
"City Council divvies up Pirates treasure", 96-Jun-26:1B
"Ex-Pirate swims with NFL sharks", 96-Jul-29:4C
"Former Pirates owner in contract dispute", 96-Jul-30:1B
"Pirates pursue life without football", 96-Jul-07:1D
"Pirates scoreboard suit settled", 96-Nov-05:3B
"Quiet court battle one of Pirates' few victories", 96-Aug-04:3D
"Shreveport now trying to get money's worth from Pirates", 96-Jun-29:5D
Shreveport-Police Dept.
"$1M grant to upgrade police units", 96-Oct-10:1A
"1st female SPD officer dies", 96-Sep-10:3B
"Analysis spotlights high crime areas", 96-Jul-30:1A
"Business robberies mar stats" [statistics], 96-May-06:1A
"Cedar Grove resident sees results", 96-Feb-16:1B
"Cities brace for loss of federal crime funds", 96-Dec-13:1A
"City's police officers want more pay", 96-Oct-27:1A
"Electric bikes donated to police", 96-Dec-18:2B
"Error deductions leaves SPD officers with smaller paychecks", 96-Nov-16:1A
"Fence city works, officials announce", 96-May-31:3B
"High-powered rifles are gaining popularity", 96-Apr-08:1A
"Hit and runs up in Shreveport" [statistics], 96-Jul-12:1B
"Ingleside gradually improves" [Crime statistics], 96-Sep-15:3B
"Juveniles get guns from homes, on street", 96-Mar-17:8A
"Local criminals work mostly evening hours", 96-May-25:1A
"Local grant aims to fight domestic violence", 96-Oct-12:1B
"Local police officer receives Medal of Valor for 'unselfish' rescue", 96-Apr-04:1B
"Local policeman rallies from accident injuries", 96-Jun-10:1B
"Louisiana has moved to take harder line on juvenile offenders", 96-Mar-17:8A
"New officers face stress early on", 96-Mar-22:1B
"New SPD officers must sign contract", 96-May-08:1A
"Party to toast retiring policeman", 96-Feb-17:1B
"Plans target city parking problem", 96-Jun-08:1A
"Police academy for parking", 96-Aug-03:1B
"Police acquire hi-tech assistance", 96-Oct-08:1B
"Police chief proposes citizen meter maids", 96-May-24:1B
"Police department lauds its finest", 96-Feb-06:1B
"Police dog earns burial rites", 96-Aug-28:1B
"Police give thanks for new evidence room", 96-Jan-20:3B
"Police return to Queensborough", 96-Oct-04:1A
"Police target Cedar Grove", 96-Feb-15:1A
"Police to staff center at west Shreveport park", 96-Jul-24:3B
"Police to start up reserve force", 96-Nov-13:1B
"Police, fire pay hikes put on hold", 96-Aug-20:1B
"Police, fire unions seek hike; 20% plan on mayor's desk", 96-May-01:1A
"Prator outlines '96 goals", 96-Jan-13:1A
"Prator suspends probe: no grievance filed in nightclub incident", 96-Jan-31:1B
"Residents back crime crackdown in Mooretown", 96-Aug-16:1B
"Saving green with inmate orange", 96-May-23:1B
"Shreveport crime rate drops", 96-Apr-04:1B
"Shreveport improves crime rate, stats show" [statistics], 96-Oct-13:1A
"Shreveport police boost their patrols in Mooretown area", 96-Aug-16:1A
"Shreveport police report crime decline" [statistics], 96-Jan-12:1B
"Shreveport police seek residents to issue parking tickets", 96-Dec-02:1A
"Shreveport police to get higher-caliber firepower", 96-Apr-25:1A
"Shreveport rated 148th safest city", 96-Nov-26:3A
"SPD promotes four officers", 96-Feb-17:1B
"SPD to take to the airwaves", 96-Mar-25:1B
"Study: Robbers are more likely to shoot today than 10 years ago", 96-Apr-07:1B
"Three officers earn promotions", 96-Oct-31:1B
"TV, O.J. trial school slippery murder suspects", 96-Jun-30:1A
Shreveport-Population
"Employment exodus slows", 96-Feb-04:1C
Shreveport-Regional Airport
"Airlines talk about merging", 96-Dec-05:8B
"Airport expansion proposed", 96-Sep-24:1A
"Airport named best in state", 96-May-02:8B
"Bonds for airport upgrades given preliminary approval", 96-Sep-25:3B
"City gets grant to cut noise impact", 96-Oct-05:1B
"Homeowners learn of airport's noise buyout plan", 96-Nov-08:1B
"How does air service rate locally", 96-Sep-24:8B
"Noise abatement plan gets mixed reviews", 96-Nov-16:1A
Shreveport-Regional Sports Authority
"Authority groups make the biggest splash with smaller events", 96-May-12:5D
"Authority may get cut of ex-Pirates' treasure", 96-Jun-23:1A
"Build better facilities, and sports events may come", 96-Aug-25:1C
"City hopes new group will be a winner on economic field", 96-May-12:1D
"Council approves sports authority", 96-Jun-12:3B
"New hope for new group", 96-Jun-16:1D
"New Sports Authority won't have to woo SLC tourney", 96-Jun-13:1C
"Sports authority looks for executive director", 96-Aug-05:1C
"Sports Authority takes on familiar look", 96-Jul-10:1C
"Sports Authority's game plan is to put emphasis on business", 96-Jul-11:1C
"Tulsa sports official picked to head local authority", 96-Oct-30:1C
Shreveport-Riverfront Development
"400-room Harrah's hotel OK'd", 96-Aug-15:1A
"Citizen appeals Harrah's riverfront plan", 96-Aug-23:1B
"City Council delays decision on Harrah's Casino building permit", 96-Aug-27:3B
"City postpones plans to create marketplace area downtown", 96-Sep-14:1B
"City readies for bustling riverfront", 96-Nov-11:1A
"City seeks public's help in developing master plan for riverfront", 96-Oct-13:1B
"Council approves Harrah's plan", 96-Sep-11:1B
"Council to meet about budget", 96-Nov-25:5B
"Firm pitches complex for the Red", 96-Oct-01:1A
"Harrah's hotel plans generate fear, optimism", 96-Aug-16:1A
"Harrah's OKs plan to build a local hotel", 96-Jul-23:1A
"Harrah's riverfront plans concern developer", 96-Sep-10:1B
"Hilton casino seeks move to local site", 96-Aug-21:1A
"Is riverfront boom bust?", 96-Feb-24:10B
"Local duo seeks casino license", 96-Jul-24:1B
"Master plan to air on TV tonight", 96-Oct-15:1B
"More residents appeal Harrah's riverfront plan", 96-Aug-24:3B
"Panel delays decision on Harrah's hotel plan", 96-Aug-13:1A
"Public sessions provide fodder for riverfront plans", 96-Nov-21:1B
"Residents want vow plans will be followed", 96-Oct-16:4B
"River of Dreams", 96-Nov-11:3B
"Riverfront deal wins few fans", 96-Jun-11:1B
"Some still wait for riverfront to become a hot tourist spot", 96-Oct-24:3B
Shreveport-Storm
"'Month or so' passes, and still no Storm suit on docket", 96-Oct-21:1C
"1997-98 may net CBA deal for city", 96-Sep-08:1D
"Big play expected from new Storm guard", 96-Jan-09:1B
"Big storm in Moore's quiet life", 96-Jan-17:1C
"Catledge may return to Storm", 96-Jan-04:1C
"Cavalry run-and-gun rides into Hirsch", 96-Feb-25:3D
"Cavalry sends Storm to 6th straight loss", 96-Jan-01:1C
"Cavs shoot past lackluster Storm", 96-Feb-16:1C
"CBA board votes to approve sale of Shreveport Storm", 96-Aug-30:1C
"CBA draft dismantles remains of Storm", 96-Sep-12:1C
"CBA pulls plug on Shreveport Storm", 96-Sep-07:1A
"CBA team to offer stock sale", 96-Jan-14:1D
"City can support pro team, locals say", 96-Aug-25:1A
"Consultant changes Storm's direction", 96-Aug-04:1C
"Dome might be Storm's new home", 96-Feb-19:1C
"Easy basket sinks Shreveport again 104-101", 96-Jan-24:1C
"Eli: The turbulent Storm has an owner whose checkbook couldn't match his passion", 96-Aug-25:1C
"Financial woes may send Storm packing", 96-Aug-24:1A
"He's back in the game", 96-Jan-21:1D
"Home not too sweet for Storm", 96-Jan-10:1C
"Imagine where Storm would be without its luck", 96-Mar-27:4C
"Injuries plague Shreveport as team hits the road", 96-Jan-30:3C
"Investment group may save Storm", 96-Aug-27:1A
"Jordan, Beck lead Skyforce by Storm", 96-Feb-07:1C
"Likely owners close to acquiring Storm", 96-Sep-04:1C
"Moore's luck is Storm curse", 96-Mar-14:5C
"NBA-bound Jordan has Storm to contend with first", 96-Feb-06:1C
"Newcomer can't help Storm beat Omaha", 96-Jan-14:3D
"Panaggio commits to Storm post", 96-Apr-19:1C
"Panaggio: 'We just have to learn how to win'", 96-Jan-30:3C
"Past troubles spelled doom for Shreveport Storm", 96-Sep-07:1C
"Resilient Storm knocks out Cavalry, 109-106", 96-Feb-26:1C
"Resurgent Storm goes on the defense today", 96-Mar-10:3D
"Road-weary Storm seeks needed win", 96-Jan-02:1C
"Shreveport players make adjustments", 96-Jan-19:1C
"Storm arrivals add depth, experience", 96-Jan-09:3C
"Storm can't withstand Florida's offense in 113-89 loss", 96-Mar-11:1C
"Storm coach sends message with trade of player", 96-Feb-03:2C
"Storm continues old ways", 96-Jan-20:1C
"Storm controls Chicago", 96-Feb-17:1C
"Storm could escape cellar with 3-0 finish", 96-Mar-19:3C
"Storm crushes Pride", 96-Mar-21:1C
"Storm drops its final game of the season", 96-Mar-25:1C
"Storm expects running game from Racers", 96-Jan-23:4C
"Storm experiments with new location", 96-Jan-12:1C
"Storm fails to net fans", 96-Feb-11:1D
"Storm falls despite Grant's 53 points", 96-Mar-14:1C
"Storm fires Coach Hall", 96-Jan-18:1C
"Storm fizzles when Sun Kings go on three-point spree", 96-Mar-13:1C
"Storm forecast brighter", 96-Aug-26:1C
"Storm forward to play in Turkey", 96-Mar-07:1C
"Storm guard likely back this week after NBA stint", 96-Feb-13:3C
"Storm guard returns to team", 96-Mar-12:1C
"Storm hopes to extend winning ways without Jeffries", 96-Feb-15:4C
"Storm lacks athleticism needed for playoff run", 96-Jan-16:1C
"Storm leaves home in style", 96-Mar-23:1C
"Storm looks for Grand finale at home", 96-Mar-22:3C
"Storm loses the hard way to Skyforce", 96-Feb-23:1C
"Storm nearly holds on against Grand Rapids", 96-Jan-27:1C
"Storm owner says he's considering lawsuit against CBA", 96-Sep-13:1C
"Storm owners may change by sundown", 96-Sep-03:1C
"Storm picks up some needed steam", 96-Feb-18:3D
"Storm players must wait for paychecks", 96-Jan-26:1C
"Storm Report", 96-Feb-14:5C, 96-Mar-17:5D
"Storm seeks sales, entertainment surge", 96-Aug-01:1C
"Storm seeks third straight victory", 96-Feb-28;3C
"Storm seeks to better its fate against Fury", 96-Feb-13:1C
"Storm seeks to shore up defense against Rockers", 96-Mar-15:1C
"Storm set to play 3 games at Dome", 96-Feb-07:1C
"Storm shoots down frantic Fury comeback", 96-Feb-19:1C
"Storm sponsors, season ticket holders maybe out of luck", 96-Sep-23:1C
"Storm stays, but with or without Eli?", 96-Aug-27:1C
"Storm stuns Oklahoma City in overtime", 96-Feb-04:1D
"Storm takes advantage of golden opportunity", 96-Feb-29:3C
"Storm takes on unofficial consultant", 96-Apr-20:3C
"Storm tips Rockers", 96-Mar-16:1C
"Storm to call Gold Dome home for '96-97 season", 96-Feb-28:1C
"Storm to play host to business social", 96-Feb-18:1C
"Storm trades Hollis, loses Grant", 96-Feb-02:1C
"Storm tries to bounce back against Florida", 96-Feb-10:1C
"Storm wins on the road over Racers", 96-Feb-24:1C
"Storm's 16-point lead blows away in Windy City loss", 96-Jan-31:3C
"Storm's demise comes at an ironic moment", 96-Sep-10:1C
"Storm's new home offers golden opportunity", 96-Feb-14:1C
"Storm's new landlord, supporters stunned", 96-Aug-24:1C
"Storm's opponent faces same woes", 96-Mar-20:3C
"Storm's Panaggio to coach against son", 96-Mar-01:3C
"Stormy endings: Shreveport's instability early costs the team late", 96-Mar-27:1C
"Sweet talk belies a waffling CBA", 96-Sep-18:6C
"Thunder out-muscles undersized Storm", 96-Mar-17:5D
"Thurman's scoring frenzy just what Storm needed", 96-Feb-06:4C
"Ware goes on tear", 96-Feb-22:1C
Shreveport-Symphony
"'A musical explosion'", 96-Sep-01:7E
"'Fright Night' concert well played by symphony", 96-Oct-12:3D
"'Fright Night' kicks off symphony's new season", 96-Oct-06:9E
"'Symphomation' concert is today", 96-Feb-01:1D
"'Symphomation' concerts on tap", 96-Jan-18:1D
"Associate conductor happy to be here", 96-Nov-04:3D
"Beaux Arts celebrates 2 events", 96-Nov-05:3D
"Broadway makes a visit to the symphony", 96-Jan-28:7E
"City symphony to host final director candidate", 96-Mar-24:7E
"Concert to feature fourth candidate", 96-Feb-19:3D
"Conductor crafts melodic mix of music with symphony", 96-Feb-25:3A
"Conductor does justice to works' sly melodies", 96-Jan-14:2A
"Contract negotiations scheduled to resume in October", 96-Sep-27:1D
"It's Rodgers and Hammerstein galore!", 96-Apr-16:3D
"Leonard delivers exuberant farewell", 96-May-12:2A
"MLK tribute: Symphony concert honors late civil rights leader tonight", 96-Jan-19:3E
"Music director candidate to conduct concert-pair", 96-Jan-07:7E
"New symphony director doesn't hide his appreciation", 96-Sep-10:1D
"New symphony conductor eager to start", 96-Apr-30:3D
"New symphony director unveils his diverse plans", 96-May-15:3D
"Orchestra, choir show enchanting", 96-Apr-20:3D
"Peter Leonard closes out musical decade", 96-May-05:1E
"Rejoicing over Joyce", 96-Aug-15:1D
"Shreveport Symphony concert first rate all the way", 96-Mar-31:6B
"Shreveport Symphony season opens in high gear", 96-Sep-08:3A
"Shreveport Symphony to offer MLK Concert", 96-Jan-14:3E
"Symphony adds two Tots concerts", 96-May-16:1D
"Symphony announces new music director", 96-Apr-26:1A
"Symphony benefit brunch to celebrate Mardi Gras", 96-Jan-11:1D
"Symphony board offer rejected by musicians", 96-Sep-01:1B
"Symphony board, musicians continue talks", 96-Dec-17:1B
"Symphony candidate to conduct concert for Valentine's Day", 96-Feb-11:7E
"Symphony concert features wide variety", 96-Nov-24:7B
"Symphony Guild schedules benefit", 96-May-04:1D
"Symphony musicians seek support through ribbons", 96-Nov-16:2B
"Symphony musicians vote to play", 96-Sep-04:1B
"Symphony musicians, management halt talks", 96-Oct-13:1B
"Symphony offers "Choral Drama", 96-Oct-20:7E
"Symphony offers Chamber concert", 96-Mar-07:11D
"Symphony offers Chamber program", 96-Apr-10:1D
"Symphony offers concerts for tots", 96-Jan-17:1D
"Symphony offers Tiny Tots concert", 96-Feb-16:1D
"Symphony plans 'Symphomation'", 96-Oct-26:1D
"Symphony plans Christmas gala", 96-Nov-24:9E
"Symphony plans free concert", 96-May-14:1B
"Symphony plans open rehearsal", 96-Feb-22:1D
"Symphony plans picnic pops show", 96-May-13:1D
"Symphony plans Tiny Tots concert", 96-Oct-11:1D
"Symphony pops tickets on sale", 96-Jan-25:1D
"Symphony ready for a new journey", 96-Jun-30:1E
"Symphony rehearsal to feature fifth candidate for conductor", 96-Mar-29:3D
"Symphony sets candlelight concert", 96-Dec-16:1D
"Symphony sets open rehearsal", 96-Jan-11:1D
"Symphony stages powerful program", 96-Oct-27:3B
"Symphony to give free pops concert", 96-Oct-30:1B
"Symphony to hold Tiny Tots concert", 96-Apr-11:1D
"Symphony to pay tribute to Olympics", 96-Jan-17:1D
"Symphony to play concert in Benton", 96-Mar-29:1D
"Symphony to play in mall for concert", 96-Feb-28:1D
"Symphony's salary woes", 96-Sep-27:1D
"Symphony, author plan prints", 96-Jun-03:1D
"Symphony, Shreveport Captains team up for orchestra benefit", 96-Jun-14;1D
"They hear a symphony", 96-Nov-04:1D
"Tiny Tots series introduces youngsters to orchestra", 96-Mar-08:8E
"Violinist to perform here this weekend", 96-Nov-17:7E
Shreveport-Times
"'Bent' takes top honors", 96-Jun-24:1D
"'Championship Season,' 'Bent' top nominations", 96-Jun-16:9E
"Big Fourth of July to offer music and more", 96-Jul-03:1A
"Editorials take stand against violent Klan in 1920s", 96-Nov-24:1B
"Fire etches mark on city's past, inspires today's buildings", 96-Nov-18:1B
"Former Times chairman Robert Ewing Brown dies", 96-Dec-25:1B
"Helping others pays off for area's young leaders", 96-Nov-17:1A
"In 1881, Shreveport was evolving into a 'civilized' city", 96-Nov-21:1B
"It took a while for local oil, gas industry to become big", 96-Nov-22:1B
"New publisher takes the reins of The Times", 96-Oct-05:1A
"News, city share 125 years of history", 96-Nov-17:1A
"Newspaper has printed a wide variety of features", 96-Nov-23:1B
"Newspaper must be a community leader", 96-Nov-28:2B
"Nominations sought for those who made a difference this year", 96-Nov-23:1D
"Outlook" [Special Section], 96-Feb-26:SS
"Red River linked Shreveport to the outside world in 1870s", 96-Nov-20:1B
"Riverfront sparkles on July 4th", 96-Jul-05:1A
"The Times wins 2 education prizes", 96-Nov-26:1B
"Three Times staffers win state awards", 96-Apr-21:1B
"Times debuts new column on relationships", 96-Jun-01:1A
"Times investigation uncovered city government fraud in 1970s", 96-Nov-27:1B
"Times names new circulation director", 96-Sep-05:8B
"Times recognized by editors group", 96-May-19:1B
"Times takes top honors in LPA contest", 96-Apr-14:1B
"Times workers proved diligent, loyal over years", 96-Nov-25:2B
"Times writer wins state media award", 96-Sep-23:1B
"Times' editor Ewing led attack to bring Barksdale Field to area", 96-Nov-26:1B
"Volunteers find time to help", 96-Nov-17:1C
"With the call of 'extra, extra' Times 'newsies' drew customers", 96-Nov-25:1B
"With the turn of a crank, The Daily Shreveport Times was launched in 1871", 96-Nov-17:2B
"Yellow fever epidemic took deadly toll in Shreveport", 96-Nov-19:1B
Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children
"Shriners Hospitals to drop 'crippled' from their name", 96-Jul-02:1A
Sklar, Albert
"Benefactor, oilman Sklar dies; memorial today", 96-Mar-21:3B
"Obituary", 96-Mar-20:2B
Southern University
"Bayou Classic draws blacks from across U.S.", 96-Dec-01:3B
"Black colleges struggle for alumni support", 96-Jun-23:1A
"Ex-Southern U. president will take job in Maryland", 96-Jul-03:3B
"Gambling opponents: Tarver not right for SU", 96-Oct-19:1A
"Isle of Capri pledges $1M for scholarships", 96-Jul-16:3B
"Lawmaker accuses Southern of stashing surplus dollars", 96-May-31:5A
"Legislator: Southern has wasted sickle cell anemia research funds", 96-Nov-24:5B
"Many students at Southern below new standards", 96-Mar-25:2B
"Southern appoints Tarver", 96-Oct-20:1A
"Southern band to perform at presidential inauguration", 96-Dec-19:3B
"Southern board raises employees' pay", 96-Nov-30:5B
"Southern chooses seven semifinalists for president", 96-Sep-28:4B
"Southern grads look to future", 96-May-07:1B
"Southern names candidates to fill position of president", 96-Aug-29:2B
"State senator's brother may be next SU leader", 96-Oct-18:1A
"SU gives Landrieu cool welcome", 96-Oct-19:5B
"SU president steps down", 96-Jun-30:1A
Southern University-Shreveport
"Aging conference scheduled at SUSBO", 96-Nov-06:6E
"Alumni leader touts Jaguar pride", 96-Apr-17:6E
"Area health management program accredited", 96-Jul-29:1B
"Casino helps locals improve job skills", 96-Nov-16:10B
"City Council delays job program, OKs zoning for apartment project", 96-Apr-10:3B
"Community leaders honored", 96-Feb-13:9A
"Error imperils SUSBO building project", 96-Jul-19:1B
"GSU president to be honored", 96-Feb-16:1B
"Higher education board talks move to state Senate", 96-Feb-07:1B
"Jobless train for work with casino", 96-Jul-09:8B
"More than 130 graduate from Southern University", 96-May-11:3D
"Official at SUSBO demoted following system board meeting", 96-Nov-15:2B
"Second shooting this week at SUSBO called accidental", 96-Feb-09:3B
"Southern board to discuss personnel issues at meeting", 96-Nov-14:2B
"Southern University board OKs teacher pay hike plan", 96-Aug-18:1B
"Students overflowing campuses", 96-Sep-27:4A
"SUSBO hosting job class ceremony", 96-Aug-29:1B
"SUSBO program gains popularity", 96-Oct-23:1E
"SUSBO proposal faces vote today", 96-Apr-09:3B
"SUSBO student and professor win top awards", 96-Apr-27:3B
"SUSBO students register voters", 96-Sep-22:1B
"SUSBO teachers may get pay boost", 96-Aug-17:1A
"Teleconference set today at SUSBO", 96-Jan-31:1B
"Tutoring for adults to be available soon", 96-Apr-24:6E
SPAR
"City compiling master calendar", 96-Jul-17:1B
"City's golf enterprise fund falls short", 96-Nov-12:1A
"City's pools ready to make a splash", 96-May-18:1B
"Comet to be star of party", 96-Mar-20:4A
"Fun with a purpose", 96-Jul-04:1B
"Program targets inner-city youths", 96-Oct-07:3C
"Recreational programs receive boost", 96-Dec-16:1A
"SPAR calls youth to play basketball", 96-Jan-10:2E
"Spar director wants city Little Leagues to be equal", 96-Jul-21:1D
"SPAR kicks off football program", 96-Sep-16:1C
"SPAR Planetarium to gaze the stars", 96-Feb-10:1D
"SPAR takes focus off hoops", 96-May-31:5C
"SPAR takes time out", 96-Apr-15:5C
"Two national softball events coming here in 1998", 96-Nov-08:1C
SporTran
"SporTran scores high", 96-Aug-10:1B
Spring Street Museum
"Museums to give folks the chance to get to know 'em", 96-Apr-08:1D
Springhill, La.
"Town's economy slowly comes back", 96-Sep-02:1B
SRAC
"'Christmas in the Sky' raises record $200,000", 96-Dec-13:1D
"ARTBREAK draws crowd to Expo Hall", 96-May-05:1B
"ARTBREAK sets kickoff event", 96-Jan-13:1D
"ARTBREAK to showcase visual arts", 96-Apr-28:1E
"Artist: Stoner Hill sculpture like flowers for the living", 96-Jun-30:1B
"Artists envision warehouse apartments", 96-Oct-27:1B
"Artists keep watchful eye on projects grant", 96-Apr-20:1B
"ARTPORT draws droves; rebel flag is 'just a painting'", 96-Dec-13:1A
"ARTPORT draws some big names for annual benefit", 96-Dec-03:1D
"ARTPORT exhibit stirs controversy", 96-Dec-11:5B
"ARTPORT offers some lyrical pieces", 96-Dec-22:7E
"Arts council to host tourism workshop", 96-Aug-06:1D
"Bonnie and Clyde ride again", 96-May-19:1B
"Christmas in the Sky will have a New York theme", 96-Apr-16:1D
"Christmas in the Sky: New York, New York", 96-Oct-27:1E
"Council checks out chance of downtown art district", 96-Jan-08:1B
"Deaf group thanks SRAC with booth", 96-Dec-03:1D
"Dinner for 50, trips for 2 highlight gala auction", 96-Oct-27:2E
"Downtown fest's season ends", 96-Sep-22:1B
"Downtown gears up for apartments", 96-Dec-24:1A
"Downtown Neon Saturday Nights is back", 96-May-17:3E
"Festival features art for the ears as ARTBREAK Rocks gets rollin'", 96-May-03:3E
"Fun for the young at art", 96-Apr-18:1D
"Groups build support for arts district", 96-Jan-18:1B
"It's time to take an ARTBREAK", 96-May-03:2E
"Local artists to paint recycling center mural", 96-Apr-10:6E
"Minority art community receives grant money", 96-Sep-16:1B
"Mix a little art, music for a cause", 96-Dec-09:1D
"Monument to 'living heroes'", 96-Jun-28:1B
"Neon Saturday Nights fest begins Saturday downtown", 96-May-13:1D
"New York mayor may attend Christmas in the Sky", 96-Aug-27:1D
"Night moves", 96-Aug-16:3E
"Officials solicit input on downtown development", 96-Mar-04:1B
"Pam Atchison wins inaugural public relations honor", 96-Jan-11:8B
"Public art expert will be in town this week to help arts council", 96-Mar-27:3D
"Queensborough group to add more art to neighborhood park", 96-Oct-02:3E
"Shh! Silence is performer's forte" [Downtown Neon], 96-Jul-19:3E
"SRAC looking at public art", 96-Mar-30:1B
"SRAC schedules technical workshops", 96-Oct-29:3D
"SRAC to award fellowships", 96-Jul-04:1D
"SRAC to sponsor grants workshop", 96-Jan-10:1D
"SRAC touts arts district as boon for business", 96-Jan-21:1B
"Students have an art blast", 96-May-02:1B
"The nights turn Neon over downtown on Saturday", 96-Sep-20:3E
"The nights turn neon Saturday when arts fest hits downtown", 96-Jun-10:1D
"Trapped Truth to have display", 96-Jun-12:1D
"Two-day workshop on design announced", 96-Oct-24:5D
"Volunteers sought to help with Christmas in the Sky", 96-Sep-03:1D
"What a difference the arts make", 96-Aug-06:1D
"Works will stay at ARTPORT", 96-Dec-12:2B
Steere, A.C.
"Developer leaves his mark on area", 96-Mar-05:3B
Strand Theatre
"'42nd Street' dancer coming home", 96-Apr-07:7E
"'42nd Street' ends season at Strand on a high note", 96-Apr-13:3D
"'Annie' tickets are now on sale", 96-Mar-01:1D
"'Beatlemania' will be at The Strand", 96-Feb-28:1D
"'Crazy for You' makes a splash at The Strand", 96-Feb-24:3D
"'Glorious Gospel' comes to The Strand", 96-Nov-10:7E
"'Sleeping Beauty' ready to awaken at The Strand", 96-Feb-04:7E
"'Sound of Music' sets crowd's toes tapping", 96-Dec-14:5D
"'Sound of Music' to play Strand in Friday show", 96-Dec-08:1E
"'Traviata' is well-conceived, well-sung", 96-Mar-13:2A
"Acrobats to tumble into town", 96-Oct-20:1E
"Air Force band to perform at The Strand", 96-Apr-12:3E
"Army band to play at The Strand", 96-Jul-16:1D
"Audience at The Strand takes to 'Annie'", 96-Mar-18:3D
"Back in the race", 96-May-26:1E
"Boys Choir of Harlem enchants audience", 96-Apr-05:3D
"Broadway salute to dance across The Strand stage", 96-Apr-28:9E
"Charles pleases Shreveport crowd", 96-Aug-04:2A
"Chinese acrobats' skill, precision wow crowd", 96-Oct-26:3D
"Gatlin to speak at The Strand", 96-Nov-08:3D
"Gospel show at The Strand brings audience to its feet", 96-Nov-17:6B
"Gospel show coming to The Strand", 96-Apr-17:1D
"Musical hit 'Annie' only a week away", 96-Mar-10:7E
"Neville Brothers offer a little of everything in Strand show", 96-Oct-13:2B
"Singer makes acting debut", 96-Sep-22:7E
"Strand embraces Gershwins' 'Crazy'", 96-Feb-18:9E
"Strand sets the stage for Boys Choir of Harlem", 96-Mar-31:1E
"Strand sets the stage for Neville Brothers appearance", 96-Oct-06:1E
"Strand Theatre announces its 'brown-bag' music lineup", 96-Jul-29:1D
"Strand to swing out with Artie Shaw", 96-Jan-22:3D
"Strand will put on the dog with 'Lady and the Tramp'", 96-Oct-14:1D
"The Strand names executive director", 96-Aug-12:1D
"The Strand to offer popular 'La Traviata'", 96-Mar-10:6E
"Variety to take Strand stage", 96-Aug-25:7E
Sutton, Hal
"Thanks, but no thanks", 96-Jul-25:1C
SWEPCO
"SWEPCO files new plan for Cajun reorganization", 96-Oct-02:8B
"SWEPCO prepared for Ice Storm II", 96-Feb-02:1A
"SWEPCO proposal supported", 96-Jul-24:8B
"SWEPCO putting together customer forum", 96-Jul-15:3B
"SWEPCO top bosses rearranged", 96-May-01:8B
"SWEPCO wants to cut bankrupt company's rates", 96-Apr-21:6B
"Utility chief pushes service", 96-Jun-25:10B

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Tarver, Sen. Greg
"Agency pays rent to senator's mom", 96-Jun-26:1A
"Gambling investigation focuses on state senator", 96-Dec-15:1A
Tauzin, Rep. Billy
"La. congressman might back liquor ads", 96-Dec-12:5B
"Tauzin wants crawfish on Chinese sanction list", 96-May-31:8B
Terril, Terry
"Ex-Caddo school head quits race in Missouri", 96-Mar-07:1A
Toledo Bend
"At the crossroads", 96-Jul-23:7A
"Growing pains offer promises, pitfalls for Sabine Parish", 96-Jul-23:1A
"Toledo Bend thirsts for precipitation", 96-May-23:1A
Turner Art Center
"A feast for the eyes", 96-Aug-25:1E
"Exhibit makes political point" [Laura Elkins], 96-Oct-06:7E

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University of Louisiana System
"System begins Grambling probe", 96-Aug-07:1B
USS Shreveport
"State's namesake Navy sub to be christened today", 96-Jul-27:3B
"Two U.S.S. Shreveport's and one U.S.S. Caddo", 96-Jul-27:5B

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Vivian, La.
"Vivian mayor pleads not guilty to public contract fraud", 96-Jan-09:3B
"Vivian to name acting mayor", 96-Dec-23:1B 144

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Walker, Todd
"Hometown boy finally hits it big", 96-Aug-31:1C
"Honors, trip to majors make 1996 a banner year for Walker", 96-Oct-07:1C
"Minor league spring training", 96-Feb-25:6D
"Twins' Walker belts grand slam HR", 96-Mar-09:1C
"Waiting game", 96-Jun-06:1C
"Walker earns national honor", 96-Oct-02:1C
"Walker going to big leagues", 96-Aug-30:1C
"Walker named to All-Time team", 96-May-20:1C
"Walker remains promising prospect for Twins", 96-Apr-14:1D
Ware, Richard
"Judge's funeral packs church in Coushatta", 96-Sep-04:3B
"La. judge killed in accident", 96-Sep-01:1B
"Without Judge Ware, everyone is minus a dynamic friend", 96-Sep-03:1C
Weather
"'Lord, just watch over me': Twister strikes 200 homes", 96-Jan-24:1A
"'Things were swirling'", 96-Jan-24:1B
"Damage estimates soar", 96-Jan-25:1A
"Disaster declaration not expected", 96-Jan-26:1A
"Ice shuts down region", 96-Feb-02:1A
"Ice storm turns deadly", 96-Feb-03:1A
"Neighbors pull together in aftermath of tornado", 96-Jan-25:1A
"Shreveport rebuilds one nail at a time", 96-Jan-26:1B
"Whew, what a mess!", 96-Jan-25:1B
Webster Parish
"Cotton Valley gains ground", 96-Jan-29:1B
"Doyline recovering from closed plant", 96-Jan-12:3B
"Inquiry targets ex-warden of Webster prison", 96-Nov-26:5B
"Two companies target closed La. ammunition plant", 96-Dec-21:1A
"Wayward cattle lead man to settle Yellow Pine area of Webster", 96-Nov-18:1B
"Webster parish community strives to gain recognition" [Cullen], 96-Apr-22:1B
"Webster village proud of its solitude" [Heflin], 96-Feb-12:1B
Western Professional Hockey League
"Exhibition hockey coming to town; team may follow", 96-Aug-29:1C
"Get ready for Wizards, Stampede", 96-Nov-03:1D
"Group to take hockey reins", 96-Dec-28:1C
"Hirsch Coliseum finally lands a date", 96-Sep-01:7D
"Hockey franchise fires GM", 96-Oct-04:1C
"Hockey investors travel cross-country for franchise", 96-Aug-28:1C
"Hockey owner reconsidering lease agreement", 96-Nov-15:1C
"Intense week ends with hockey", 96-Aug-30:1C
"Ownership group nervously steps forward with plans", 96-Aug-29:3C
"Professional hockey to make home in Shreveport", 96-Aug-30:1A
"Shreveport potential site for WPHL All-Star game", 96-Sep-19:1C
Wideman, Nena Plant
"Eleven pianists compete today in Wideman finals", 96-Dec-08:1B
"More Wideman winners announced", 96-Dec-10:3D
"Peabody student wins piano competition", 96-Dec-09:1B
Williams, Mayor Bo
"'The enemy started that fire'", 96-Jun-25:1A
"1998 mayor's race is off and running", 96-Aug-08:1B
"2 of mayor's advisers linked to gambling PAC", 96-Oct-10:1A
"Councilman seeks to hammer out differences with mayor", 96-Jun-09:1A
"Mayor at odds with panel policy", 96-May-24:1A
"Mayor backs off initial pledge to appoint gay to commission", 96-Feb-27:3B
"Mayor blasted on radio program", 96-Apr-12:1B
"Mayor chooses new assistant", 96-Dec-24:1B
"Mayor discusses needs of disabled", 96-Jul-31:1B
"Mayor goes home from hospital stay", 96-Feb-24:1B
"Mayor halts apartments plans", 96-Apr-20:1B
"Mayor lobbies for bond election", 96-Jan-19:1B
"Mayor nixes neighborhood plan for center", 96-Jun-07:1B
"Mayor recovering from surgery", 96-Feb-23:1B
"Mayor sees results as vote of confidence", 96-Apr-21:11A
"Mayor still in charge despite hospital stay", 96-Feb-21:1B
"Mayor vetoes enterprise institute", 96-Jul-19:5A
"Mayor vetoes funding for minority businesses", 96-Jul-23:3B
"Mayor wants to cut funding for human relations panel", 96-Dec-12:1A
"Mayor Williams tapped for post", 96-Jun-15:1B
"Mayor Williams touts accomplishments in '96", 96-Dec-28:1A
"Mayor without limbs", 96-Feb-28;1B
"Mayor: Drainage, street projects take top priority", 96-Apr-22:1A
"Place 5th boat in Shreveport, mayor pleads", 96-Aug-07:1A
"Police, fire unions seek hike; 20% plan on mayor's desk", 96-May-01:1A
"Saving green with inmate orange", 96-May-23:1B
"Shreveport mayor may be released from hospital this week", 96-Feb-20:1A
"Shreveport Mayor Williams endorses Republican for the U.S. Senate race", 95-Sep-19:1A
"Shreveport mayor's aide quits after a year on job", 96-Nov-20:2B
"Tax opposition draws wrath of Williams", 96-Jun-04:1A
"Williams may veto enterprise institute", 96-Jul-17:3B
Willis-Knighton Hospital
"A dose of healthy competition", 96-Jul-14:1C
"Bossier City rejects Willis-Knighton offer", 96-Mar-29:1A
"Bossier City to become 2-hospital town", 96-Jul-14:1A
"Callers oppose Willis-Knighton offer to lease hospital", 96-Mar-30:1A
"Experts say hospital will 'divvy up' market", 96-Nov-27:4A
"Getting ready to compete", 96-Jun-15:10B
"More competition, but at what cost?", 96-Jun-15:10B
"New hospital divides Bossier City Council", 96-Jul-11:1B
"W-K to build 4th hospital", 96-Nov-27:1A
"Willis-Knighton expansion may boost economy", 96-Nov-28:7B
"Willis-Knighton files against Bossier Med", 96-Nov-13:2B
"Willis-Knighton moves toward southwest", 96-Jan-16:8B
"Willis-Knighton plans 2nd community clinic", 96-Oct-26:10B
Woman's Department Club
"Soap making, decorating classes set at Woman's Department Club", 96-Nov-04:1D
Women in Shreveport
"'96 Athena Award goes to professor from LSUS", 96-Sep-13:8B
"'Celebration Sunday:' A salute to women in the arts" [Celebration of Women Week], 96-Mar-07:4D
"'Women Who Have Made a Difference' past recipients", 96-Mar-07:8D
"3 women honored for community work", 96-Mar-15:1B
"Banquet tonight to feature presentation of Athena Award to local businesswoman", 96-Sep-12:8B
"Breaking ground for women" [Celebration of Women Week], 96-Mar-07:1D
"Celebration of Women Week marks its first decade", 96-Mar-07:1D
"Famed journalist set to speak here" [Celebration of Women's Week], 96-Feb-26:1D
"Line dancing, poetry kick off Celebration of Women Week", 96-Mar-11:1B
"Local woman gets statewide honor" [Dorothy Wallace], 96-May-08:1E
"Meeting slated for Women's Week", 96-Sep-19:1B
"Noted artist will visit local gallery" [Celebration of Women's Week], 96-Feb-27:1D
"Women employ one-fourth of all workers, survey says", 96-Mar-27:1A
"Women in business", 96-Sep-04:SS
"Women's seminar to focus on the 'Net" [Celebration of Women's Week], 96-Mar-04:6B
World War II
"Marker to honor ship named after Shreveporter", 96-Oct-23:5B
"Shreveport Medal of Honor winner dies", 96-Jun-08:1B
"Survivors remember attack on Pearl Harbor", 96-Dec-07:1B
"Windows for Remy", 96-Dec-09:1A

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YMCA
"Fathers and daughters bond", 96-Jun-12:1E
"YMCA program aims to build youths' character", 96-Oct-23:3E
YWCA
"5K run to benefit YWCA programs", 96-Mar-05:1D
"5K run, health walk to benefit family violence program", 96-Mar-08:8E
"Benefits with a flair for fashion", 96-Sep-06:1D
"Casino donation to help YWCA house victims of family violence", 96-May-16:3B
"Funding sought for women's health clinic", 96-Jul-01:1B
"Meeting slated for Women's Week", 96-Sep-19:1B
"YWCA helps women out of domestic violence", 96-Oct-06:1B
"YWCA kicks off public fund-raising", 96-Jul-13:1B
"YWCA observance aims for a week without violence", 96-Oct-04:1B
"YWCA official shows vision for future", 96-Jan-24:1E
"YWCAs need for repair, improvement at 'crisis point'", 96-Apr-11:1B

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