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A

Abortion
"Abortion-rights groups look at new laws", 97-Jun-27:3B
"Appeals court throws out state abortion consent law", 97-Apr-15:3B
"High court won't revive La. abortion law", 97-Oct-21:1A
"Ieyoub set to defend ban on partial-birth abortions", 97-Jul-16:3B
"Judge blocks La. abortion law", 97-Jul-15:5B
"Senate votes to ban late-term abortions", 97-Apr-25:5B
"State law allowing suits over abortions blocked", 97-Aug-15:1A
AIDS
"$16M more sought for HIV, AIDS patients", 97-Jan-19:1B
"AIDS loses grip as young adults' top killer", 97-Sep-12:1A
"AIDS-related deaths make dramatic decline", 97-Jul-15:1A
"Area residents pause for World AIDS Day", 97-Dec-02:1B
"Candles light memories of those who died of AIDS", 97-May-05:1B
"Churches take on AIDS directly", 97-Dec-12:1B
"First significant drop in AIDS deaths reported", 97-Feb-28:1A
"Funds dry up for inmates with AIDS", 97-Jan-19:1A
"Group dinner will honor AIDS activist's memory", 97-Jun-25:1D
"HIV curriculum unveiled", 97-Apr-05:3B
"Local bands to play for AIDS benefit", 97-Sep-20:3D
"Organizer hopes victims' memorial will humanize epidemic for locals", 97-Nov-06:1A
"Volunteers push AIDS prevention", 97-Jan-05:2B
"World AIDS Day theme focuses on children", 97-Nov-25:1D
Allen, W.C. "Dub"
"Obituary", 97-Aug-26:4B
"Oil City businessman, philanthropist Allen dies", 97-Aug-26:5B
Allendale
"Residents optimistic about community's future", 97-May-12:1A
"Town meeting set in neighborhoods", 97-Apr-20:1B
Allendale Plantation
"'Little jewel in the woods'", 97-Nov-03:1B
American Rose Center
"American Rose Center celebrates First Bloom", 97-Apr-19:1D
"Business is blooming", 97-Oct-16:1A
"Christmas in Roseland to open to public Friday", 97-Nov-20:1D
"Playground to open at Rose Center", 97-Apr-14:1D
"Rose center schedules seminar", 97-Dec-26:1D
Arcadia, La.
"Arcadia job distress eases", 97-Jan-22:1A
"Arcadia plant to reopen with new tenant", 97-Jan-18:5B
"California company buys plant in Arcadia", 97-Jan-21:1A
"Job applications top 2,000 mark in Arcadia", 97-Jan-30:2B
Ark-La-Tex Antique and Classic Vehicle Museum
"Car museum displays Corvettes", 97-Mar-28:1D
"Car museum sets birthday party", 97-Aug-13:1B
"Car museum turns two", 97-Aug-18:1B
"Harley exhibit set at car museum", 97-Feb-17:1D
"Museum shifts into high gear", 97-Jun-27:1A
"Museum to host Mustang show", 97-Jan-08:1D
"Vehicle museum to host car show", 97-Sep-09:1D
Arkla Gas Co.
"Arkla gas will be cheaper in March", 97-Feb-28:1A
"FERC allows merger", 97-Jul-31:8B
"Once merger is complete, NorAm CEO to call it quits", 97-Jan-12:1C
"Winter gas bills may stabilize", 97-Oct-12:1A
Art in Shreveport
"'Extrapolation' is art on a cosmic scale" [Charly Rollet], 97-May-18:10E
"A world of collages", 97-May-13:1D
"Abstract fans will appreciate this show" [Billy Ray Gingles], 97-Jun-22:10E
"Abundance of exhibits will please art lovers" [Reba K. Neel; Mary Jane Cox; Kathy Miller Stone], 97-Nov-06:2D
"African-American works of art showcased at local museum", 97-Mar-26:1E
"Art makes a comeback to the area", 97-Sep-14:7E
"Art unites neighborhood", 97-Aug-24:1B
"Artist adds realism and mystery to works" [Helen J. Vaughn], 97-Jul-06:8E
"Artist brings his strong vision to local scene" [Michael Logan], 97-Feb-21:3D
"Artist captures Southwest in impressive landscapes" [Vern Stierman], 97-Jul-27:8E
"Artist combines history with art for stunning exhibit"[Claude McCrocklin], 97-Nov-09:7E
"Artist finds beauty in metal" [Marc Menefee], 97-Nov-16:7E
"Artist gives viewers the best of both worlds", 97-Dec-07:8E
"Artist has first hometown show" [Chuckie Williams], 97-Oct-19:7E
"Artist shows animals in new light" [D. Arthur Wilson], 97-Jun-15:8E
"Artist successfully uses technique to establish a mood" [Martin John Garhart], 97-Jan-12:7E
"Artist supercharges nature's colors" [Geer Morton], 97-Feb-02:7E
"Artist wants his exhibit to be 'felt'", 97-Mar-30:3E
"Artists honor Italian heritage" [Casa D'Arte], 97-Sep-27:1D
"Artists' works celebrate a positive outlook on life" [Mary Hughes and Lucienne Simon], 97-Mar-16:5E
"Artists, groups may sign up for Red River Arts Festival", 97-Jan-27:1D
"Cherokee Park welcomes international artist, musician", 97-Mar-05:3E
"Davis & Davis photographs use humor to explore relationships" [Davis & Davis], 97-Mar-02:13E
"East Bank Gallery plans exhibit" [Billy Ray Gingles], 97-May-24:1D
"Everyone will enjoy watercolor exhibit", 97-Jun-08:9E
"Exhibit celebrates the beauty around us" [Diji Scales], 97-Nov-23:8E
"Exhibit like walking through garden" [Dot Hoss Reeves and Ann Rowell], 97-Jun-29:2E
"Exhibit shows cemeteries in all their unique beauty" [Anne Norvel], 97-Aug-10:8E
"Exhibit under way featuring artist" [Marie Butler], 97-Nov-25:1B
"Exhibit will please traditional art lovers" [Marie Butler], 97-Dec-14:6E
"Exhibits offer holiday relief", 97-Nov-28:1D
"Fans of avant garde will love exibit" [Herb Simmons Jr.], 97-Sep-21:9E
"Folk, Haitian art shows work well together" [Leroy Archuleta], 97-Apr-20:6E
"Gallery to show professor's art" [Don Alexander], 97-Nov-21:1D
"Historic buildings stand tall in exhibit" [Richard J. Cawthon], 97-Jan-05:7E
"Hoover's latest show has traditional streak" [Hoover Watercolor Society], 97-Feb-24:3D
"Jewish heritage shows in art", 97-Aug-16:4B
"Local artist shows he's ready" [Chuckie Williams], 97-Oct-14:1D
"Local artist's exhibit full of color", 97-Apr-27:7E
"Nolan Braud's works are bold and inventive" [Nolan Braud], 97-May-29:5D
"Norton exhibits Imperial Russian porcelain" [Raymond F. Piper], 97-Aug-24:1E
"One-man show is pretty, inspirational" [Alec Hopper], 97-Jul-13:9E
"Photographs evoke memories, impressions" [Beth Lilly], 97-Nov-30:9E
"Put Kalmbach show on your 'must see' list" [Francis and Lewis Kalmbach], 97-May-04:7E
"Range of works highlights Annual Winter Juried Exhibit", 97-Jan-19:6E
"Riverside galleries books art show" [Claude McCrocklin], 97-Oct-28:1D
"Sculpture society hopes to preserve local history", 97-Jul-01:1D
"Show puts 3-D art in the limelight", 97-Aug-17:8E
"Show represents a triumph of human spirit" [Don Thornton], 97-Sep-28:6E
"Shreveport artist utilizes many materials in work" [Patricia Aycock], 97-Aug-31:9E
"Society to honor late sculptor" [Arthur C. Morgan], 97-Jan-21:3D
"Spanish War posters give glimpse of history", 97-Feb-09:6E
"Thorne-Thomsen shoots scenes close to home, far afield with grace", 97-Dec-21:8E
"Watercolor Society to have exhibition", 97-Sep-23:1D
"Watercolorist displays her considerable talent in her floral paintings" [Sherry Ward], 97-Jun-01:7E
"Watercolorists let loose their creativity in exhibit", 97-Oct-26:7E
Arthur Ray Teague Parkway
"Parkway route awaiting final OK", 97-Jan-11:2B

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B

Banks
"Area banks celebrate a banner year in 1996", 97-Jan-16:8B
"Arkansas company to buy City Bank of Shreveport", 97-Jun-24:8B
"Banc One puts jobs in jeopardy but not locally", 97-Oct-24:8B
"Banc One to acquire Commerce", 97-Oct-21:8B
"Banc One to install cash dispensers", 97-Aug-14:8B
"Bank-Tec South branches out", 97-Jan-04:10B
"Banks invest in bonds", 97-Dec-09:8B
"Banks look to buy Deposit Guaranty", 97-Dec-04:8B
"Banks report earnings increase", 97-Oct-25:8B
"Banks squeeze their customers", 97-Dec-24:8B
"Deposit Guaranty customers will benefit from buy-out", 97-Dec-09:8B
"Deposit Guaranty to be sold", 97-Dec-09:1A
"Mansfield Bank enacts merger with Logansport", 97-Aug-22:8B
"Three banks to merge", 97-Aug-01:8B
"Two area banks plan merger", 97-Jun-07:8B
Barksdale Air Force Base
"'The day they closed the (East) gate, I cried'", 97-Dec-10:1B
"96th Bomb Squadron hand-picked for mission", 97-Nov-20:1A
"Air Force chief sheds little light on 8th Air Force headquarters", 97-Dec-24:2B
"Air Force drops 9 charges against BAFB officer", 97-Jun-01:1A
"Air Force gives B-52s a little TLC", 97-Jun-07:1A
"Air Force works to keep more pilots", 97-Sep-05:2B
"Air show to take visitors to new heights", 97-Apr-18:2E
"Airmen, civilian boosters to 'Celebrate Barksdale'", 97-Nov-09:1A
"Area bases expected to survive cutbacks", 97-May-07:1A
"B-52s to take part in global mission", 97-May-24:1B
"BAFB celebration planned", 97-Nov-09:7A
"BAFB crew cuts B-52 preparation time in half", 97-Feb-02:1B
"BAFB crews land on island", 97-Nov-22:1A
"BAFB deploys B-52s", 97-Nov-20:1A
"BAFB lieutenant faces military grand jury", 97-May-10:1A
"BAFB lieutenant resigns for 3rd time", 97-Sep-20:1A
"BAFB pharmacy restocks drugs", 97-Jan-04:1B
"BAFB readies B-52s for Iraq mission", 97-Nov-19:1A
"BAFB reserve undergoes test for readiness", 97-Dec-17:1B
"BAFB shuffles inpatient care to local hospitals", 97-Dec-15:1A
"BAFB squadron gets new leader", 97-Mar-25:1B
"BAFB to get $19.41 million under bill", 97-Sep-10:1B
"Barksdale Air show prepares for take-off", 97-Apr-04:5E
"Barksdale area neighborhood thrives", 97-Feb-08:1A
"Barksdale B-52 crews reap honors for '96 Iraq mission", 97-Jul-09:1A
"Barksdale B-52s demonstrate worldwide reach", 97-Nov-23:3B
"Barksdale base to be featured in magazine", 97-Feb-19:1E
"Barksdale cleans up", 97-Nov-18:1B
"Barksdale could lose 600 jobs", 97-Oct-09:1A
"Barksdale engineers return from Saudi air base project", 97-Jan-18:3B
"Barksdale general to lead A-10 recovery", 97-Jul-07:1A
"Barksdale get new pharmacy", 97-Jun-07:3B
"Barksdale helping test communication technologies", 97-Jul-29:2B
"Barksdale is site of retiree picnic", 97-Jul-10:1B
"Barksdale lieutenant avoids trial", 97-Jul-19:1B
"Barksdale marks Air Force's 50th anniversary", 97-Sep-19:1B
"Barksdale mission: Field training", 97-May-31:1A
"Barksdale refocuses on safety", 97-Sep-23:1A
"Barksdale roads get smoother", 97-Dec-25:1B
"Barksdale sees the 'Spirit'", 97-Nov-11:1B
"Barksdale unit awarded trophy", 97-Apr-26:2B
"Barksdale's B-52s take off for airshow, Europe's biggest", 97-Jul-16:1B
"Barksdale's NCO Academy set to close its doors in March", 97-Jan-10:1B
"Bossier City plans unprecedented tribute to Barksdale", 97-Aug-21:1B
"Cannons are latest tool to reduce collisions between B- 52s and birds", 97-Mar-31:1B
"Clinton budget has money for BAFB", 97-Feb-07:1B
"Court differs for military, civilians", 97-May-20:1A
"Delegation moves to protect 8th Air Force at Barksdale", 97-Oct-23:1A
"Effects of military law", 97-Apr-16:1E
"Events to be held at Barksdale", 97-Jan-16:1B
"Female officer under fire at BAFB", 97-May-21:1B
"German visits Barksdale", 97-Jun-16:4B
"Gov. Foster will return to Barksdale", 97-Feb-03:1B
"Jimmy Stewart had ties to BAFB", 97-Jul-03:1A
"Landrieu tours Barksdale", 97-Aug-10:1B
"McCrery says BAFB won't be closed", 97-Dec-14:1B
"Navy's flying team to perform at BAFB", 97-Dec-06:1B
"Neighborhoods: Barksdale Annex", 97-Feb-08:2B
"New commander says he'll keep bomber wing strong", 97-Mar-11:3B
"New programs in place to support BAFB families", 97-Nov-21:10A
"Newest B-2 to be named for Louisiana", 97-Oct-23:1A
"Next Barksdale chief a B-52 guy", 97-Jan-03:1A
"Officer promoted to general's rank", 97-Oct-05:1B
"Operations Center at Barksdale acts as 'liaison'", 97-Nov-27:1B
"Pilots become warriors at B-52 school", 97-Sep-05:1B
"Plan bombs with residents", 97-Dec-04:1A
"Safety hazard forces closure of base gate", 97-Mar-05:1E
"Stealth bomber shows for visit", 97-Nov-08:1B
"Touching base", 97-Mar-22:1B
"VFW Honor Guard recognized at BAFB", 97-Mar-22:1B
"War drill boosts activity at BAFB", 97-Sep-06:3B
"Wing chief ready for retirement", 97-Mar-06:1B
Barnwell Garden and Art Center
"Floral designer to speak here", 97-Nov-08:4D
"Hilton bets on Barnwell as backup", 97-Jan-29:1A
"Letter offers Barnwell as site for riverboat", 97-Jul-22:1A
Beaird Industries
"40 jobs return to Beaird", 97-May-02:8B
"Beaird gains ISO rating", 97-Jul-19:8B
"Beaird line could shut down", 97-Jan-31:8B
Beaird, Charles T.
"Publisher of JournalPage receives humanitarian award", 97-Mar-14:1B
Belle, Albert
"Albert Belle serves as inspiration to youngsters", 97-Apr-16:1A
"Albert Belle topped the salary list in 1997", 97-Dec-31:3C
"Baseball eager to believe Belle", 97-Mar-02:3D
"Baseball stars to dedicate stadium", 97-Nov-25:1B
"Belle banks on not always being the highest paid", 97-Feb-26:3C
"Belle claims he never bet on baseball, has paid debts", 97-Feb-20:1C
"Belle could exit Chicago next season", 97-Dec-21:4D
"Belle draws $5,000 fine", 97-Jun-07:4C
"Belle faces possibility of probation", 97-Feb-14:1C
"Belle gets better reception now in Cleveland", 97-Sep-06:8C
"Belle gets Cleveland jittery", 97-Jun-07:1C
"Belle gets immunity in bookmaking probe", 97-Jun-28:1C
"Belle goes to Cleveland", 97-Jun-03:1C
"Belle held out of revenge game", 97-Mar-29:5C
"Belle hopes it's not too late", 97-Sep-03:1C
"Belle is asked to talk to media", 97-May-10:14C
"Belle named All-Star reserve", 97-Jul-03:1C
"Belle promises to start anew, cooperate more", 97-Jan-25:1C
"Belle returns to Cleveland", 97-Jun-03:4C
"Belle returns with a vengeance", 97-Jun-05:1C
"Belle snubs Schott, her dog", 97-Jun-14:1C
"Belle tells his side in Halloween suit", 97-Feb-12:1C
"Belle to Torre: Let me sit on bench", 97-Jul-08:1C
"Belle will gladly take the pressure off Thomas", 97-Feb-24:1C
"Belle works out, doesn't fret over bad-boy image", 97-Feb-21:1C
"Belle's bad-boy image appeals to Fox network", 97-Mar-11:4C
"Caddo students earn a visit to the ballpark", 97-Apr-13:4B
"Chicago blues", 97-Apr-29:1C
"Chicago no fun for Belle", 97-May-06:1C
"Exhausted Belle faces ongoing legal battles", 97-Oct-02:1C
"Heavy hitters turn out for dedication", 97-Nov-27:1B
"Hot Belle to face Indians", 97-May-26:1C
"Irate fan confronts Belle about joining Sox", 97-Feb-27:1C
"Selig, union disagree on investigation of Belle", 97-Feb-19:1C
"Series is full of Belle-ringers", 97-Oct-23:3C
"Slugger Belle admits to betting on sports", 97-Feb-13:1A
"The new 1-2 combo", 97-Mar-03:1C
"Torre feared for Belle", 97-Jul-12:1C
"Yankees, Sox talk Belle trade", 97-Aug-02:1C
Biomedical Research Foundation
"Army halts project payments to ICON", 97-Nov-16:1A
"Army sues embattled ICON", 97-Nov-27:1A
"Biomed center plans family event", 97-Sep-20:1D
"Biomed Foundation launches internet site", 97-Jul-20:1A
"Biomed gains momentum", 97-May-27:1A
"Biomed members will keep druming up support for tax", 97-Oct-14:8B
"Biomed needs volunteers to clean park", 97-Oct-03:8B
"Biomed says ICON inquiry will not harm its mission", 97-Nov-23:1A
"Biomed tax OK'd by narrow margin", 97-Oct-19:1A
"Biomed to hold annual meeting", 97-May-18:1C
"Biomed, ICON to reveal details of contract today", 97-Feb-20:8B
"Biomedical Foundation buys 2-acre property", 97-Feb-18:6B
"Biomedical wants property tax renewal", 97-Jun-10:4B
"Company to join Biomed", 97-Aug-13:8B
"Firm ushers in future", 97-Sep-09:8B
"LSUMC booster group in works", 97-Dec-04:1A
"LSUMC overpays on rent, audit says", 97-Feb-25:1A
"Researchers focus on voters", 97-Sep-28:1C
"Revenues for research", 97-Sep-28:21A
"Students get chance to research", 97-Feb-13:2B
Black Bayou
"Black Bayou timber cut OK's; opponents vow fight", 97-Jan-23:1B
"Crutcher's Pool fight draws suit", 97-Jan-09:1B
Black Community
"'Amens' greet Hooks' MLK address", 97-Jan-16:1A
"'Culture' has attitude", 97-Aug-15:10B
"'Summers in Suffolk' takes 'Center' stage", 97-Sep-29:1D
"'We have to learn to respect each other: residents recall days of segregation", 97-Jan-19:1A
"'Where we've been'", 97-Feb-15:6B
"African-American community benefits from grants", 97-Oct-10:2D
"Architecture takes shape", 97-Sep-10:1E
"Black book shop great find at South Park", 97-Oct-01:1E
"Black colleges aim high", 97-Dec-14:1A
"Black Expo'97 dates set", 97-Sep-19:8B
"Black Expo'97 opens today", 97-Oct-31:8B
"Black history program set", 97-Feb-19:1E
"Black history to be honored with song, dance", 97-Feb-16:7E
"Black tour sheds light on area history", 97-Oct-15:1E
"Blacks boost business", 97-Oct-26:1C
"Breaking baseball's color barrier", 97-Apr-15:1C
"Business owners prepare goods for Black Expo", 97-Oct-26:1C
"Celebrators to have a ball", 97-Feb-21:3E
"Church groups battle racism", 97-Dec-11:1A
"Cochran joins in honoring mother", 97-May-16:1B
"Colleges attracting more blacks", 97-Apr-04:1A
"Commercial National Bank site of civil rights documentary", 97-Jan-29:6E
"Community leader will be honored at special celebration" [Eddie Jones], 97-Sep-11:5D
"Coretta Scott King's visit expected to draw thousands", 97-Feb-26:1B
"Coretta Scott King: Dream big", 97-Feb-27:1A
"Documentary to feature life of civil rights attorney, 97-Jan-30:1B
"Early civil rights leader was born in Marshall", 97-Jan-13:3B
"Ex-NAACP chief promotes black unity", 97-May-13:1B
"Following a dream", 97-Jan-28:SS
"Grambling honors son of ex-president", 97-Feb-16:1B
"Group plans Old School Reunion", 97-Jan-08:3E
"Honoree loves life, people", 97-Jan-22:1E
"Incubator should be at inner-city site", 97-Aug-17:1B
"King celebration to feature Hooks", 97-Jan-13:1B
"King remembered on holiday", 97-Jan-21:1B
"Kwanzaa celebrates African culture", 97-Dec-26:1D
"Local dentist to be honored by Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity", 97-Feb-05:1E
"Majic Bus civil rights tour sweeps through area", 97-Mar-25:1A
"Majic Bus teaches students about civil rights movement", 97-Mar-19:1A
"Minority businesses grow", 97-Jun-08:1C
"MLK celebration planned for Friday", 97-Jan-15:1B
"MLK statue remains in storage as it future is hotly debated", 97-Jan-28:1B
"Museum clips black history", 97-Aug-18:1B
"Pediatrician earned success the hard way", 97-Oct-26:1C
"Philadelphia braces for march", 97-Oct-20:1A
"Role models", 97-Feb-16:1E
"School's historic reunion", 97-Aug-09:1B
"Service organization celebrates 50 years" [Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority], 97-Jan-22:3E
"Song and dance will honor African-American Month", 97-Feb-21:1D
"Statue draws mixed reviews", 97-Nov-04:1B
"Thompson, Dr. John Sheridan Emmanuel", 97-Sep-11:4N
"Thousands attend African-Amrican parade", 97-Feb-02:1B
"Woman judge takes on historic role", 97-Oct-13:1B
Board of Elementary and Secondary Education
"BESE plans to tighten curriculum standards", 97-May-22:2B
"BESE would lose power under amendment bill", 97-May-15:3B
"Board failing to keep tabs on textbooks", 97-Mar-15:3B
"Board OKs plan to spend $164M more on education", 97-Feb-28:5B
"Foster: Make schools accountable", 97-Jan-12:1A
"Lawmakers want to limit power of BESE", 97-Feb-25:1B
"National tests under scrutiny", 97-Nov-04:1A
"Parent tells of problems in La. public schools", 97-Sep-24:4B
"Raise for administrators at state's schools loses", 97-Feb-27:2B
"Teachers to get $200 for supplies within weeks", 97-Aug-29:3B
"Trade schools 'afterthought' to BESE, lawmaker says", 97-Feb-18:3B
Board of Regents
"Board of Regents change leaps another hurdle", 97-May-08:3B
"Expanded power for Regents receives final OK from Legislature", 97-Jun-20:3B
"Foster names college trustee to new regents board", 97-Sep-27:3B
"House approves bill empowering regents", 97-Jun-03:3B
"House kills college tuition hikes", 97-Apr-22:7B
"Lawmaker says law gives Regents too much power", 97-Aug-07:4B
"Louisiana university president to leave job", 97-Nov-08:2B
"Program overcrowding cited", 97-Oct-16:3B
"Regents approve $16 million for NSU", 97-Nov-20:3B
"Regents reveal funding requests", 97-Oct-23:2B
"Regents to evaluate university investments", 97-Mar-26:5B
"Regents want to end local college turf wars", 97-Aug-21:2B
Board of Supervisors
"LSU board backs Foster proposals", 97-Jan-25:5B
"LSU chancellors set to receive hefty pay raises", 97-Jan-26:5B
Bonnie and Clyde
"Bonnie and Clyde made many a local stop", 97-Aug-30:13A
"Clyde Barrow's shirt sells for $75,000", 97-Apr-15:1B
"Outlaw's belongings headed for auction block", 97-Apr-12:2B
"Troupe to re-enact ambush of outlaws", 97-May-24:3B
Booty, Josh
"Abram Booty to begin classes at LSU; brother still waiting", 97-Jan-15:3C
"Booty awaits word from Marlins on his hopes of playing football", 97-Jan-07:1C
"Booty negotiations come down to one thing: Money", 97-Jan-14:1C
"Booty plans to enroll at LSU today", 97-Jan-21:1C
"Booty reports to spring training with Marlins", 97-Feb-20:3C
"Booty will start baseball season in Double-A", 97-Mar-22:1C
"Booty's bat sings in home opener", 97-Mar-02:3D
"Booty's still tied to Marlins", 97-Jan-23:1C
"Coping with success", 97-Jan-05:1D
"Few pity Josh Booty's unhappy situation", 97-Jan-26:3D
"Josh Booty to return to Marlins for training", 97-Feb-18:1C
"Marlins, Bootys say son isn't leaving LSU yet", 97-Jan-31:1C
"Running hot, cold", 97-May-11:1D
"Two sports, one problem", 97-Feb-09:1D
BosParish-Community College
"'Goldie Locks' meets modern world", 97-Feb-16:7E
"'Jekyll and Hyde' in search of cast", 97-Aug-20:1D
"'Jekyll and Hyde' misses the mark", 97-Oct-26:5B
"2-year degrees hot in job market", 97-Jul-08:1A
"Area colleges, universities get $22.6 million from state", 97-Jun-24:3B
"Barton takes administrative job at BPCC", 97-Nov-06:1B
"Barton to teach two classes at BPCC", 97-Aug-30:1B
"Board disapproves of BPCC proposed downtown location", 97-Mar-27:1A
"Bossier Police Jury approves land donation", 97-Mar-13:2B
"BPCC announces 1996-97 graduates", 97-Jun-01:6B
"BPCC budget cut $1.3 million", 97-Jun-11:4B
"BPCC could raise its tuition", 97-Jun-06:1A
"BPCC graduates more than 200", 97-May-22:3B
"BPCC grapples with state politics", 97-Jun-20:1A
"BPCC may move into downtown", 97-Oct-15:1A
"BPCC officially becomes state school; flag raised", 97-Jul-02:3B
"BPCC plan will upgrade technology", 97-Oct-27:1B
"BPCC posts 'Jekyll & Hyde' cast", 97-Oct-15:5D
"BPCC readies 'Moon over Buffalo'", 97-Apr-20:7E
"BPCC sets auditions next week for 'Moon Over Buffalo' play", 97-Feb-21:3D
"BPCC stages 'Jekyll and Hyde'", 97-Oct-19:7E
"BPCC study finds sponsor", 97-Oct-23:2B
"BPCC transfer official today", 97-Jul-01:1A
"BPCC transfer to state gets Senate's backing", 97-May-20:1B
"BPCC's 'Moon' shines brightly", 97-Apr-26:3D
"Cast chosen for 'Goldie Locks'", 97-Feb-11:3D
"Changing face of education", 97-Jul-30:1A
"Children's play in search of cast", 97-Jan-14:1D
"College, board both claim funds", 97-Dec-20:1B
"Colleges split the ups, downs on enrollment", 97-Sep-10:1B
"Course offered on parish history", 97-Feb-07:1B
"Discussion veers to BPCC relocation", 97-Nov-05:2B
"Education leaders support plan to incorporate BPCC", 97-Feb-21:1B
"Foster signs BPCC bill; transfer to occur July 1", 97-May-30:1A
"Funding for BPCC tops other local schools", 97-May-23:1A
"Homeless get on track", 97-Jun-07:1B
"House OK's putting BPCC in state hands", 97-Apr-17:5B
"Panel approves BPCC transfer", 97-Apr-11:1B
"Patient-care program offered at BPCC", 97-Mar-26:1E
"School revamp busts budget", 97-Nov-12:1A
"Senate OKs state budget measure", 97-Jun-14:1B
"Stars send BPCC signed photos", 97-Aug-08:1D
"State may take reins at BPCC", 97-Jan-10:1A
"State wary of BPCC proposal", 97-Oct-16:1A
"Theater season offers audition opportunities", 97-Sep-16:1D
"Theater students to present works", 97-Jul-09:1D
"What's in store for BPCC", 97-Mar-29:2B
"Who controls the future of BPCC?", 97-Mar-29:1A
"With downtown revitalization in mind, Bossier City offers buildings to La. Tech", 97-Mar-19:1A
BosParish-Government
"Bossier Parish EMS to lose personnel", 97-Dec-03:1B
BosParish-Historical Center
"Bossier breaks ground on library addition", 97-Nov-26:1E
BosParish-Juvenile Detention Center
"Facilities are full; officials frustrated", 97-May-19:1A
"Lost youth: The high price of teen violence" [series], 97-May-19:1A
BosParish-Levee Board
"Bossier agencies seek to control floods", 97-Aug-11:1B
BosParish-Penal Farm
"Funds sought to expand penal farm", 97-Mar-24:1A
"Inmates take pride in growing corn, peas", 97-Apr-04:1B
"Part of penal farm expansion in jeopardy", 97-Jun-06:1B
"Penal farm expansion scrutinized", 97-May-24:1B
BosParish-Police Jury
"5 want seat on Bossier Police Jury", 97-Jun-11:2B
"Benton ambulance departure postponed", 97-Jan-03:1B
"Benton ambulance gets reprieve", 97-Jan-09:1B
"Boarding fee suit awaits court ruling", 97-Feb-04:1B
"Bossier agencies seek to control floods", 97-Aug-11:1B
"Bossier animal control", 97-Apr-25:1B
"Bossier backs out of joint juvenile jail", 97-Nov-12:2B
"Bossier councilman to seek ex-opponent's seat on Police Jury", 97-May-27:1B
"Bossier officials: Joint juvenile jail plan dead", 97-Nov-10:1A
"Bossier Parish to fight Casino Magic pact", 97-Apr-10:5B
"Bossier Police Jury adds new member", 97-Jul-03:3B
"Bossier Police Jury backs Horseshoe bid", 97-Feb-27:3B
"Bossier Police Jury dealt out", 97-Jan-15:2B
"Bossier Police Jury passes '98 budget", 97-Dec-11:1B
"Bossier Police Jury to sue Casino Magic over fees", 97-Jun-12:2B
"Bossier ready for court fight on boat fees", 97-Dec-12:5B
"Bossier seeks Harrah's cut", 97-Dec-11:1B
"Bossier voters to decide EMS fee", 97-Apr-10:1A
"Bossier wants money for courthouse", 97-Sep-11:1B
"City, parish hash out animal control", 97-May-21:1B
"Cramped quarters create problems for employees", 97-May-08:1B
"Election results still not official", 97-Nov-13:1B
"Expansion of courthouse rests with Bossier voters", 97-Aug-28:3B
"Hollywood vote on its way", 97-May-30:1B
"Isle of Capri casino loses boarding fee suit", 97-Apr-25:9A
"Juvenile jail idea not totally dead", 97-Oct-11:1B
"Lawmaker: Bossier Parish late in seeking money to buy building", 97-Jun-11:1B
"Mayor declines to help parish with strays", 97-May-09:1B
"Mayors sign off on casino deal", 97-Jun-26:1B
"Parish seeks federal dollars for Cane Bend projects", 97-Jul-10:1B
"Police Jury says it wasn't consulted on tax statement", 97-Feb-13:2B
"Police Jury seeks boarding fee from Casino Magic", 97-Jan-03:5B
"Police Jury severs ties to youth shelter", 97-Dec-11:3B
"Restaurants ask Bossier to OK Sunday alcohol sales", 97-Nov-13:1B
"Road improvements hinge on sales tax, riverboat funds", 97-Oct-14:3B
"Spending the revenue from riverboats", 97-Apr-25:1A
"Study: Bossier courthouse fix up could cost $43M", 97-Aug-25:1A
"Tax office to bill parish agencies", 97-Sep-06:1A
BosParish-School Board
"2 exchange students can go to Bossier High", 97-Nov-05:3B
"Board boosts superintendent pay", 97-Jun-20:1B
"Board member Teague resigns due to health", 97-Jul-02:1B
"Board sidesteps meetings ordinance", 97-May-30:1B
"Bossier buys 50 new buses", 97-Nov-13:1B
"Bossier School Board may raise its pay", 97-May-31:1B
"Bossier school expansion begins", 97-Mar-06:1B
"Bossier schools won't drop casino suit", 97-Nov-21:3B
"Bossier teachers to receive raises", 97-Feb-21:1B
"Bossier to pick School Board president", 97-Dec-16:2B
"Candidates disappointed by election cancellation", 97-Oct-06:2B
"Charges dropped against School Board member", 97-Jul-11:1B
"College, board both claim funds", 97-Dec-20:1B
"Educators, Bossier City to meet on gaming", 97-Nov-26:1B
"Fate of Bossier districts unclear", 97-May-13:1A
"Foster signs BPCC bill; transfer to occur July 1", 97-May-30:1A
"Fund hike may mean raise for Bossier school workers", 97-Feb-14:1A
"Groundbreaking planned at school", 97-Sep-11:1B
"In-school suspension program gets mixed response", 97-Sep-01:1B
"Lawsuit action delayed", 97-Nov-22:1B
"Math scores improve on SAT, verbal scores remain same", 97-Aug-27:6A
"More schools in Bossier?", 97-Aug-04:1A
"New dress code catching on with students at Bossier schools", 97-Aug-30:3B
"Raise proposed for superintendent", 97-Jun-05:1B
"Review postpones Bossier school election", 97-Oct-05:1B
"School Board approves transfer of BPCC to state", 97-Jun-25:1B
"School Board discusses merits of a block scheduling system", 97-Feb-07:2B
"School Board fills empty seat", 97-Jul-18:1B
"School Board in Bossier picks officers", 97-Dec-19:1B
"School Board member linked to bad checks", 97-Jul-10:1B
"School Board sticks by stricter dress code", 97-Sep-05:1B
"School Board tables pay raise", 97-Jun-06:3B
"School revamp busts budget", 97-Nov-12:1A
"Schools seek new casino cut", 97-Aug-23:1A
"Schools to hire technology supervisor", 97-Jan-27:1B
"Students get chance to research", 97-Feb-13:2B
"Teaching takes balanced approach", 97-Sep-11:1A
"Voluntary uniforms get a tryout in Bossier City", 97-Feb-10:1B
BosParish-Schools
"15 schools to be linked to 'Net", 97-Apr-19:1B
"Boat money to go into school fund", 97-Dec-03:3B
"Bossier links up to future", 97-May-10:1B
"Bossier Parish schools place emphasis on values", 97-Aug-31:1B
"Bossier schools receive face lift", 97-Aug-12:1A
"Bossier schools to get money for technology", 97-Dec-15:1B
"Bossier sees changes", 97-Aug-28:1B
"Bossier, Caddo top state scores", 97-Aug-14:1B
"Caddo-Bossier elementary education", 97-May-05:1A
"Committee gives approval to GASP program", 97-Sep-03:1B
"Educators worry about students who juggle homework, employment", 97-Apr-13:1A
"Fewer students hitting the books", 97-Jun-29:1B
"Grant help bring world to schools", 97-Sep-19:1B
"Mixed results in on local students", 97-May-24:1A
"Parents learn they can affect change", 97-Aug-17:12A
"Plan evaluates, builds on strengths", 97-Dec-08:1A
"Rally in the New Year", 97-Aug-27:1B
"Schools host summer programs", 97-Jun-23:5B
"Schools plan growth over summer break", 97-Apr-08:1B
"Schools plug in" [special section], 97-Aug-06:7-11E
"Schools seek more minority teachers", 97-Jul-03:1A
"State helps cut price of supplies", 97-Aug-09:1A
"Students gain experience with 'real world' scientists", 97-Dec-29:1B
"Superintendent's team gives students voice", 97-Jan-19:1B
"Top teachers named", 97-Sep-18:3B
BosParish-Sheriff's Dept.
"'We look like old-time convicts'", 97-Feb-07:1B
"Bossier Parish jail still struggling for space", 97-Jan-17:1B
"Current parish permit holders not required to receive training", 97-Feb-10:3B
"Overcrowding closes Bossier jail to women", 97-Jan-16:1A
"Price tag of new juvenile jail concerns officials", 97-Jun-18:1A
"State won't help with penal farm", 97-Jun-13:1B
"Substation to be more accessible", 97-Jan-05:1B
Bossier City, La.
"Barton sells interest in Bossier City paper", 97-Jul-01:2B
"Booming north Bossier a hopeful sign for real estate", 97-Dec-18:1A
"Old Bossier's heritage lies with residents", 97-Jun-10:1A
"Progress marches on in Old Bossier", 97-Jun-10:2B
Bossier Parish
"Bossier breaks ground on library addition", 97-Nov-26:1E
Bossier-Art Association
"Range of works highlights Annual Winter Juried Exhibit", 97-Jan-19:6E
Bossier-Arts Council
"'Candles and Lace' to offer love stories", 97-Feb-11:1D
"Artists to visit mall on Saturday", 97-Feb-07:1D
"Awards to be given to art winners", 97-May-03:1D
"East Bank Gallery schedules exhibit", 97-Jul-26:1D
Bossier-Caddo Juvenile Detention Center Authority
"Joint detention center saves money, meets community need", 97-Nov-16:21A
"Juvenile jail idea not totally dead", 97-Oct-11:1B
"Meeting to clear air on juvenile jail", 97-Oct-10:1B
"New juvenile authority seeks support", 97-Sep-03:2B
Bossier-Chamber of Commerce
"Bossier chamber growing strong", 97-Sep-18:8B
"Bossier chamber honors volunteers for their work", 97-Jan-31:8B
"Chamber leaders pursue unity", 97-Jan-05:1C
"Chamber to honor businesswoman", 97-Oct-22:6B
"Finance officer hired", 97-Sep-10:2B
Bossier-City Council
"All Bossier City Council seats will be on the April 5 ballot", 97-Feb-09:1A
"All Bossier council members seek re-election", 97-Feb-09:3B
"Architect to look at downtown Bossier City", 97-Jul-09:1B
"At-large candidates offer views", 97-Mar-19:3B
"Bossier agencies seek to control floods", 97-Aug-11:1B
"Bossier backs out of joint juvenile jail", 97-Nov-12:2B
"Bossier City Council dumps post office plan", 97-Dec-03:1B
"Bossier City Council gives final OK to 3 percent pay raise starting Jan. 1", 97-Nov-19:2B
"Bossier City Council hopefuls will gather at forum tonight", 97-Mar-18:2B
"Bossier City councilman has heart surgery", 97-Mar-25:3B
"Bossier City narrows post office land search", 97-Nov-19:2B
"Bossier City OKs change in taxi rate", 97-Dec-17:5B
"Bossier City poised to raise pay", 97-Oct-15:2B
"Bossier City to rebid Tinsley soccer complex", 97-Oct-22:3B
"Bossier City to withdraw from suit with boats", 97-Jan-07:5B
"Bossier City withdraws from boarding fee suit", 97-Jan-08:2B
"Bossier Council pushes for director of utilities", 97-Jul-27:1B
"Bossier draws city's bounds", 97-Jun-04:1A
"Bossier man seeks seat on council", 97-Jan-31:1B
"Bossier officials: Joint juvenile jail plan dead", 97-Nov-10:1A
"Bossier OKs plan to divvy up casino money", 97-Mar-19:1B
"Bossier pensions come up short", 97-Aug-27:1A
"Bossier Police Jury dealt out", 97-Jan-15:2B
"Bossier railroad group submits closing options", 97-Nov-23:1A
"Cab rates, license frustrate Bossier company", 97-Dec-31:1B
"Casino Magic deal hits a snag", 97-Apr-24:1B
"Council advances golf course plans", 97-Jun-04:1B
"Council approves $25,000 for art", 97-Feb-05:2B
"Council candidates tackle the issues in Bossier City", 97-Mar-16:3B
"Council OKs golf course, subdivision", 97-May-21:2B
"Dement won't veto liquor law change", 97-Aug-02:1B
"Educators, Bossier City to meet on gaming", 97-Nov-26:1B
"Festival site search narrows", 97-Nov-30:1B
"Golf course plan swings into action", 97-May-02:1B
"Juvenile jail idea not totally dead", 97-Oct-11:1B
"Low fares not fair, cabbies say", 97-Dec-16:1B
"Mayor withdraws Parks nominee", 97-Oct-01:1B
"New council eager to start", 97-Apr-07:1A
"Official questions new Bossier City liquor law", 97-Aug-12:1B
"Parks crack down on rule breakers", 97-Sep-18:1B
"Pay raises for police, firefighters on new to-do list", 97-Jun-27:1A
"Pension problems still plague Bossier", 97-Sep-11:1B
"PGA pro to design local golf course", 97-Nov-06:1A
"Police, fire unions back challengers in races for Bossier City Council", 97-Mar-01:2B
"Post Office land choice attacked", 97-Dec-02:1B
"Road work gets green light", 97-Oct-14:1B
"School bus drivers want parking ordinance changed", 97-Sep-10:2B
"Several challengers unseat council incumbents", 97-Apr-06:1A
"Sunday liquor sales OK'd in Bossier City", 97-Jul-16:1A
"With downtown revitaliation in mind, Bossier City offers buildings to La. Tech", 97-Mar-19:1A
Bossier-City Government
"Bossier City finds possible solution to pension debt", 97-Sep-10:1B
"Bossier City refinancing to save town thousands", 97-Jun-18:3B
"Bossier City seeks ways to rescue its pension plan", 97-Aug-31:1A
"Bossier City set for new traffic system", 97-Nov-10:1B
"Bossier City tackles spending needs", 97-Mar-19:1A
"Bossier pensions come up short", 97-Aug-27:1A
"Bossier: Please keep golf course public", 97-Jul-07:1A
"Deficit uncovered in insurance plan", 97-Sep-04:1A
"Dement delivers 4-year project plan", 97-Jul-23:3B
"Dement earns easy victory", 97-Apr-06:1A
"Dement vows 'to fix, repair' in third term", 97-Apr-06:3B
"Finance officer hired", 97-Sep-10:2B
"Inquiry looks at umpires' pay", 97-Aug-22:1A
"Inquiry renews push for manager", 97-Aug-21:1A
"Pension trouble to be studied by committee", 97-Sep-03:1B
"Two to challenge Mayor Dement", 97-Jan-03:1B
Bossier-City Jail
"Fire Marshal OKs inmate cap", 97-Jul-12:1B
Bossier-Economy
"Bossier City promotion on upswing", 97-Jan-16:2B
"Business shutdown to leave 70 jobless", 97-Jul-09:8B
Bossier-Environment
"Appeals court throws out lawsuit against OXY USA", 97-Nov-04:1A
"Area agencies keep cities beautiful", 97-Jan-15:1E
"Creosote site clean, EPA says", 97-Sep-27:3B
"EPA will continue tests at Bossier City cleanup site", 97-Jan-10:3B
"Federal officials say work is complete at creosote site", 97-Sep-30:2B
"Meeting is set to clear the air", 97-Sep-19:1B
"Sewer system shock", 97-Jun-23:1B
Bossier-Fire Dept.
"Bossier chief unveils plan to hire more firefighters", 97-Oct-04:1A
"Bossier City honors officers", 97-Feb-26:1B
"Bossier City to unveil fire plan", 97-Sep-07:1B
"Bossier EMS wins third competition", 97-May-25:1B
"Plan to move fire station criticized", 97-Feb-11:5B
Bossier-Medical Center
"Bossier Medical Center names new chief executive", 97-Jan-17:8B
"Hospital's goal: Be a leader", 97-Apr-06:1C
Bossier-Metropolitan Planning Commission
"Bossier may get to play more golf", 97-Jul-07:1B
Bossier-Parish
"Benton ambulance gets reprieve", 97-Jan-09:1B
"Committee agrees on joint juvenile jail", 97-May-29:3B
Bossier-Parks and Recreation
"'I think they're doing a great job,' resident says", 97-Oct-07:4A
"17 arrested in Bossier probe", 97-Sep-13:1A
"2 BPAR workers get jobs back", 97-Nov-20:1B
"Another Bossier parks worker reinstated by personnel board", 97-Nov-19:3B
"Arrested parks workers stay calm", 97-Sep-14:1A
"Attorney blasts Bossier police", 97-Sep-20:2A
"Bossier officials await records for parks inquiry", 97-Sep-05:1A
"Bossier parents protest to get kids on teams", 97-Dec-19:1B
"Bossier umpires resign in protest", 97-Oct-08:1B
"BPAR leader chooses to take administrative leave", 97-Dec-21:1B
"BPAR reopens applications", 97-Dec-20:1B
"DA clears 5 more workers from charges in parks case", 97-Oct-11:1A
"DA drops coach from parks probe", 97-Sep-25:1B
"DA won't try some Bossier parks workers", 97-Sep-20:1A
"Embattled Sharrah starts over", 97-Oct-30:1A
"Ex-parks worker gets job back", 97-Nov-14:2B
"Ex-Parks worker says no deal to plea bargain", 97-Oct-15:1B
"Here's the status of the BPAR cases", 97-Oct-30:6A
"Inside the parks scandal", 97-Oct-30:6A
"Little League theft probe nears finish", 97-Oct-15:1B
"Mayor taps first choice as assistant", 97-Oct-08:1A
"Mayor withdraws Parks nominee", 97-Oct-01:1B
"New Bossier parks leaders named", 97-Sep-30:1B
"Not all BPAR workers likely to face trail", 97-Dec-24:1B
"Officials make corrections within parks departments", 97-Oct-07:4A
"Parks case could trigger labor inquiry", 97-Sep-24:1B
"Parks leader, his two kids charged with payroll fraud", 97-Sep-13:1A
"Parks worker may return to job", 97-Nov-15:3B
"Parks workers offered deal", 97-Oct-14:1A
"Plea agreement all or nothing, Bullers asserts", 97-Oct-16:1B
"Sharrah pleads no contest", 97-Oct-18:1A
"Three plead not guilty", 97-Oct-21:1B
Bossier-Police Dept.
"Bossier chief investigates rowdy party", 97-Mar-06:1A
"Bossier chief says 'mooning' officers will be punished", 97-Mar-07:1A
"Bossier City police add pedal power", 97-Sep-20:1B
"Bossier City police plan citizens academy", 97-Apr-24:2B
"Bossier City police undergo ethics training", 97-Jun-19:1B
"Bossier police announce latest round of promotions", 97-Nov-20:2B
"Bossier police get funding", 97-Aug-15:2B
"Four officers put on leave for mooning, racial slurs", 97-Mar-08:1A
"In-house probe: Police didn't abuse suspect", 97-Jul-08:1B
"Jail takes fire safety steps", 97-Jul-10:1A
"Juvenile crime tests patience of public, panelists say at forum", 97-Apr-04:1A
"Police cars get computers", 97-May-13:1B
"Police chief plans his own inspections of Bossier jail", 97-Jul-11:1B
"Punished officers return to work", 97-May-16:1B
"Riverside Drive residents ask for patrol boost", 97-Feb-17:1A
"Son joins dad as a policeman", 97-Jun-30:1B
"Unit keeps stores safe", 97-Dec-21:1B
Bossier-Riverfront Development
"Ready for rejuvenation", 97-Aug-17:1A
Boxing
"Boxing card has a little bit of everything", 97-Apr-19:1C
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"Boxing comes up short at box office", 97-Apr-21:1C
"Champions retain titles", 97-Apr-20:1D
"Eating right for fight" [Anthony Stephens], 97-Apr-12:1C
"King challenges Shreveport to host bouts", 97-Apr-19:5C
Bradshaw, Terry
"Bradshaw: Just one of the girls", 97-Oct-27:3D
Breaux, Sen. John
"105th Congress in action", 97-Nov-09:19A
"Big money backs jet-set politicians", 97-Nov-02:1A
"Breaux backs bill to return more gas tax money to state", 97-Feb-12:5B
"Breaux builds campaign funds", 97-Nov-19:1A
"Breaux says Clinton speech should emphasize support", 97-Feb-04:2A
"Breaux to seek third term, not an ambassadorship", 97-Feb-19:3B
"Breaux tops La. delegation in accepting travel perks", 97-Nov-02:8A
"Breaux wants funding", 97-Jul-27:1B
"Breaux: Chinese government dumps crawfish in La. market", 97-Jul-26:3B
"Breaux: Medicare still needs help", 97-Aug-19:3B
"Democratic chairman to work for Breaux", 97-Feb-27:5B
"Focus on education pleases La. lawmakers", 97-Feb-05:8A
"GOP to target Breaux in '98", 97-Jun-16:5B
"N.La. senators support plan", 97-Sep-14:2A
"Poll says voters call Breaux a moderate", 97-Dec-18:3B
"Rep. Donelon to oppose Breaux in '98", 97-Dec-03:2B
"River projects may get $27M", 97-Jul-26:1A
"Senator says state voters election-weary", 97-Dec-02:5B
"Senators seek school funding", 97-May-12:1A
"Senators work to preserve child tax credits", 97-Jul-16:1B
"U.S. must enlist more support against Iraq", 97-Nov-26:1A
"USS Louisiana to be commissioned in Georgia", 97-Jan-18:4B
Bridges
"Thousands of bridges need repair", 97-Nov-03:1B
"U.S. bridges in ill repair, records show", 97-Nov-03:1A
Brock, Eric
"'Hamilton Note' survives to tell its story", 97-Oct-20:7A
"A black woman owned South Highlands", 97-May-31:11A
"Anderson Island began as Spanish grant", 97-Oct-04:9A
"Are we living longer now? Not really", 97-Jan-04:9A
"Assorted trivia from the local history file", 97-Mar-22:9A
"Bluegoose was a musical neighborhood", 97-Nov-15:13A
"Bonnie and Clyde made many a local stop", 97-Aug-30:13A
"Bossier has a newspaper history of its own", 97-Jun-07:13A
"Caddo Treaty set then-U.S. boundary", 97-Jun-21:11A
"Camp Ruston held Axis Prisoners of War", 97-Aug-16:11A
"Cities have some well-rounded buildings", 97-Jul-26:11A
"City water: From cisterns to Cross Lake", 97-Sep-06:9A
"City's oldest businesses reflect history", 97-Apr-26:9A
"Dan Rice threw Shreveport's largest party", 97-Feb-08:11A
"Despujols, city, influenced each other", 97-Jan-18:7A
"Foursquare houses abound in Shreveport", 97-Dec-06:13A
"Genevieve Orphanage began service legacy", 97-Sep-20:9A
"Greenwood project to save history, beauty", 97-May-10:9A
"History shows in city's smaller cemeteries", 97-Dec-20:13A
"Holiday in Dixie is city's 'native' festival", 97-Apr-05:9A
"How a Union general won local hearts", 97-Nov-22:13A
"Levy Carnine, black confederate veteran", 97-Mar-15:11A
"Little known cemeteries dot city's landscape", 97-Dec-27:9A
"Local architects led international style", 97-Jul-05:11A
"Local figures worthy of street names", 97-May-24:9A
"Louisiana Avenue was an early 'Suburb'", 97-Jan-11:9A
"New schools came in waves", 97-Jul-19:11A
"Overton Brooks' clout left landmarks", 97-Mar-29:9A
"Pioneer editor saw a village become a city", 97-Jun-14:13A
"Post-Civil War era's Shreveport University", 97-Aug-02:11A
"S.S. Kentucky: A Titanic-scale disaster", 97-Dec-13:15A
"Scout Hill: Fortress or plain ol' dirt pile?", 97-Feb-15:9A
"Sculpture honors the Foster/Bogan family", 97-Apr-12:9A
"Shreveport 1850: 'A sink of...wickedness'", 97-May-03:11A
"Shreveport as a 'Slice of Louisiana', 1860", 97-Nov-08:13A
"Shreveport built public schools early", 97-Jul-12:11A
"Shreveport grew mostly by annexations", 97-Jan-25:11A
"Shreveport one of first weather offices", 97-Sep-13:9A
"Shreveport's U.S. flag was electrifying", 97-Mar-08:7A
"Shreveporters fought in Spanish Civil War", 97-Feb-01:7A
"Some of city's oldest firms still in business", 97-Oct-11:11A
"Southern Belle, a train with personality", 97-Apr-19:9A
"St. Vincent's will live on in our memories", 97-Jun-28:9A
"The 'Butterfly Man' murder case", 97-Feb-22:9A
"The 'Perkins House' leaves Highland", 97-Sep-27:11A
"The Cross Lake hippopotamus", 97-Mar-01:11A
"The extraordainary tomb of Sallie Pickett", 97-Nov-01:11A
"The story of Maestro Fausto Magnani", 97-Aug-09:11A
"Thomas started in 'Bluegoose'", 97-Oct-25:11A
"Two Red Rivers: Ours and the one up north", 97-May-17:11A
"Youngest city mayor, oldest U.S. judge", 97-Aug-23:11A
Brown, James Dr.
"Obituary", 97-Jun-05:3B
"Shreveport civic leader James Brown Sr. dead at 83", 97-Jun-05:3B
Byrd High School
"Bus driver in Byrd wreck passes drug, alcohol test", 97-Nov-19:3B
"Bus driver ticketed for speed in wreck", 97-Nov-22:1A
"Byrd orchestra places in Chicago", 97-Apr-28:1B
"Byrd QB Battle to play for the Irish", 97-Dec-19:1A
"Byrd quarterback chooses Notre Dame", 97-Dec-19:1C
"Education briefs", 97-Sep-07:13B
"Old bus blamed for wreck", 97-Nov-14:1A

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Caddo-Community Action Agency
"Cochran returning home to speak at May banquet", 97-Mar-31:1B
Caddo-Correctional Center
"Caddo faces shortfall for inmate medical care", 97-Sep-24:1B
"Caddo voters renew tax for parish jail", 97-May-04:1A
"Correctional center tax leads ballot for Saturday election", 97-May-02:3B
"Crime among females on rise in U.S.", 97-Nov-30:1A
"Elite squad keep Caddo inmates in line", 97-Jun-21:1A
"Grand jury sneers at most Caddo jails", 97-Jan-17:2B
"Inmates learn control", 97-Dec-03:1B
"Medical calls drop at Caddo prison", 97-Sep-26:1B
"Parish jail brims with prisoners", 97-Oct-18:1B
"Tax keeps facility operational", 97-Apr-28:1A
Caddo-Detention Center
"CDC reborn as facility for elderly", 97-Jul-05:1B
"Day in detention: 'Kiddy Jail' no joke for wayward juveniles", 97-May-19:2B
"Delays in placement can lead to other crimes", 97-May-19:3B
"Government struggles with juvenile crime", 97-Apr-22:1A
"Local, state officials scramble to find space for juveniles", 97-May-19:3B
"Prison can't relieve crowding", 97-Nov-13:1A
"Probation officer can be friend or worst enemy", 97-May-19:4B
"Youths await Wade transfer", 97-Aug-22:1A
Caddo-Indians
"Caddo Treaty set then-U.S. boundary", 97-Jun-21:11A
"Program to feature Caddo Indians", 97-Jun-04:1D
Caddo-Lake
"Fireworks to illuminate Christmas on Caddo", 97-Dec-03:1E
Caddo-Magnet High School
"10 apply for Caddo Magnet High principal post", 97-Jul-26:1B
"Best-selling author to visit Caddo Magnet", 97-Nov-09:1E
"Board to consider principal nominee", 97-Sep-12:1A
"Caddo Magnet principal set to retire", 97-Jun-28:1A
"Caddo Magnet's new principal is approved", 97-Sep-18:1B
"Educator hailed as a pioneer", 97-Jun-28:5B
"Magnet principal search narrows", 97-Aug-23:1A
"New principal opens up to students", 97-Sep-28:1B
"Principal post remains vacant", 97-Jul-21:1B
Caddo-Parish
"Committee agrees on joint juvenile jail", 97-May-29:3B
"Official: Policy barely curbs truancy", 97-Mar-16:1A
"Parish will adjust incorrect assessments", 97-May-20:1B
Caddo-Pine Island Oil Museum
"It's time to 'Paint the Town'", 97-Feb-09:1E
CadParish-Commission
"$475,000 at stake in casino dispute", 97-Aug-19:1B
"Appeals court upholds Holloway's conviction on gambling charge", 97-Nov-11:5B
"Attorneys to seek new date for Aytch trial", 97-Feb-21:2B
"Aytch allies claim charges don't fit", 97-Jan-13:1A
"Aytch takes Police Jury reins", 97-Apr-05:1B
"BioMedical wants property tax renewal", 97-Jun-10:4B
"Board fails again to force vote on Durham", 97-May-06:1B
"Board to withhold Durham's pay", 97-Feb-27:1B
"Bossier OKs plan to divvy up casino money", 97-Mar-19:1B
"Bossier ready for court fight on boat fees", 97-Dec-12:5B
"Brown elected head of Caddo Commission", 97-Jan-10:2B
"Caddo board urges talks", 97-Feb-11:2B
"Caddo Commission makes summer youth jobs available", 97-May-23:1B
"Caddo commissioner claims job bias", 97-Oct-02:3B
"Caddo commissioner won't have to repay travel expenses", 97-Jun-13:1B
"Caddo Democrats assail Republicans over budget", 97-Dec-12:3B
"Caddo gets $42 million budget proposal for '98", 97-Oct-31:2B
"Caddo may curb rural pellet gun use", 97-Aug-25:1B
"Caddo needs more Magic money, official says", 97-Jan-07:2B
"Caddo officials' spat goes to the district attorney", 97-Dec-10:2B
"Caddo Parish not protected against civil rights claims", 97-Dec-01:4B
"Caddo Parish officials leave budget on hold", 97-Dec-11:1B
"Caddo takes frugal budget path", 97-Dec-10:1B
"Caddo, Bossier officials discuss joint center", 97-Aug-22:8A
"Chamber supports business incubator", 97-Aug-12:8B
"Change sought in Caddo's pauper burial policy", 97-Aug-26:3B
"Commission blocks approval of animal control board nominee", 97-Nov-28:2B
"Commission case to get new judge", 97-Mar-22:1A
"Commissioner accused of travel abuse", 97-Jun-10:4B
"Commissioner is hospitalized", 97-Jun-12:1B
"Commissioner plans public forum", 97-Apr-14:1B
"Commissioner wants night meetings", 97-Jul-20:1B
"Commissioner's trial postponed until Feb. 21", 97-Jan-15:1B
"Commissioner's trial reset for March 25", 97-Feb-22:2B
"Commissioners cut travel spending", 97-Feb-03:1B
"Commissioners plan to extend paid leave for Judy Durham", 97-Feb-25:2B
"Construction will create chaos at Caddo Parish Courthouse", 97-Sep-12:1B
"Council won't tape before, after meetings", 97-Nov-25:1A
"Downtown building owner vows fight", 97-Aug-16:1B
"Durham cleared of malfeasance", 97-Mar-13:1A
"Durham defense begins its case", 97-Mar-08:1A
"Durham requests trial by judge", 97-Feb-11:1B
"Durham returns to administrator post", 97-May-03:1A
"Durham to return to work", 97-Apr-25:1A
"Durham to stand trial on Monday", 97-Feb-09:1B
"Durham trial resumes today", 97-Mar-12:1B
"Durham trial witness says employees feared for jobs", 97-Mar-07:1A
"Durham wants change of venue", 97-Sep-25:3B
"Durham's job to be discussed", 97-Apr-22:1B
"Durham's malfeasance trial to start", 97-Mar-05:1A
"Durham's not-guilty verdict stirs up residents", 97-Mar-15:1A
"Film's impact is inflated, two claim", 97-Aug-29:1B
"Focus of inmate cleanup rebutted", 97-Feb-24:1B
"Forum to focus on help for children", 97-May-24:1B
"Holloway begins jail term", 97-Jan-08:5B
"Incubator should be at inner-city site", 97-Aug-17:1B
"Insults put end to idea of commission retreat", 97-May-09:2B
"Investigator: Officials sought favors", 97-Oct-22:1B
"Judge may withdraw from other Durham cases", 97-Mar-14:1A
"Judge to review retirement plan", 97-Jul-09:2B
"Judge won't hear Durham case", 97-Jun-10:1B
"Juvenile jail idea not totally dead", 97-Oct-11:1B
"Land negotiations OK'd for library", 97-Jan-24:1B
"Legal opinion sought on loans", 97-Jul-22:3B
"Mayors sign off on casino deal", 97-Jun-26:1B
"Medical calls drop at Caddo prison", 97-Sep-26:1B
"More officers needed to supervise youths after release", 97-May-19:4B
"Move to oust Durham fails", 97-Apr-30:1A
"New judge gets briefed on Durham case", 97-Aug-20:4B
"No-politics rule for workers on Caddo Commission agenda", 97-Mar-11:5B
"Panel's party-line vote blocks Durham's leave", 97-Aug-15:1B
"Parish board has a history of agency loans", 97-Jun-28:1B
"Parish juror subject of recall", 97-May-10:1B
"Parish loan to agency questioned", 97-Jun-27:1B
"Parish workers' no-politics rule debated", 97-Feb-11:2B
"Prosecutor claims more rule-breaking by officials", 97-Oct-11:1B
"Prosecutor says hirings were political favors", 97-Sep-09:1B
"Recusal clears way for trials", 97-Jul-10:1A
"Retirement lawsuit goes to trial at last", 97-Jul-04:1B
"Rural fire district merger idea shelved by Caddo Commission", 97-Sep-09:2B
"State approves money for new juvenile jail", 97-Jun-24:5B
"Walkout prevents vote on Durham's status", 97-Jul-25:1B
"Will Durham return to her duties?", 97-Apr-20:1B
"Witness: Durham's request was unethical", 97-Mar-06:1A
CadParish-Courthouse
"Courthouse gets bomb threat", 97-Nov-13:2B
CadParish-Government
"$37M given to rural towns", 97-Oct-29:1A
"New juvenile jail may require tax", 97-Jan-15:3B
CadParish-History
"Historical tour bridges towns", 97-Oct-22:1E
CadParish-Juvenile Justice Center
"Treatment focus sought for juvenile crime", 97-Jan-18:3B
CadParish-School Board
"$189M bond propsal at issue in Caddo", 97-May-29:3B
"'Mac' McKinnon, former member of School Board dies", 97-Aug-27:2B
"10 apply for Caddo Magnet High principal post", 97-Jul-26:1B
"3 wrecks in 35 days", 97-Dec-18:1A
"Attorney proposes school setlement", 97-Nov-07:1B
"Band discussion heats up School Board meeting", 97-Sep-18:1A
"Board seeks charter school proposals", 97-Oct-22:1B
"Board split on purchase of building for workers", 97-Aug-06:1A
"Board to consider principal nominee", 97-Sep-12:1A
"Board to consider school health units", 97-Nov-05:1B
"Bus safety a matter of riders' luck", 97-Dec-21:1A
"Bus wreck injures 31", 97-Dec-17:1A
"Caddo acts to end social promotions", 97-Jun-19:1B
"Caddo board to elect leaders", 97-Dec-16:1B
"Caddo bus drivers face tougher standards", 97-Dec-18:1A
"Caddo drivers, students to get bus refresher lessons", 97-Dec-27:1B
"Caddo elementaries seek health centers", 97-Sep-22:1A
"Caddo follows law for bus training", 97-Dec-20:1A
"Caddo group worked behind closed doors", 97-Dec-16:3B
"Caddo marching bands must strut to new rules", 97-Aug-28:1A
"Caddo OKs citizen input on school spending", 97-Jan-23:5B
"Caddo Parish cuts early childhood programs", 97-May-21:1B
"Caddo prepares for budget demands", 97-Dec-26:2A
"Caddo School Board approves citizen panel", 97-Feb-06:2B
"Caddo School Board splits on officers", 97-Dec-18:1B
"Caddo schools nix age as factor for grade promotion", 97-Jul-21:1A
"Caddo schools to return to phonics", 97-Sep-04:1A
"Caddo students catch the drug-free spirit", 97-Oct-24:1B
"Caddo superintendent may get new contract", 97-Nov-11:1A
"Caddo teachers will get raises in January checks", 97-Nov-20:1A
"Caddo to study scheduling policy", 97-Jul-23:2B
"Cadet corps modeled after JROTC could appear at middle schools", 97-Apr-22:7B
"Calculators counted out", 97-Nov-20:1B
"Citizens panel proposed to aid School Board decision- making", 97-Jan-09:1B
"Construction projects at schools questioned", 97-Dec-26:1A
"Court backs Caddo schools", 97-Sep-27:1B
"Decision of the decade", 97-Oct-12:19A
"Gender-equity suit allowed to proceed", 97-Nov-05:1B
"Group: Bonds would buy technology", 97-Jun-16:1A
"Hearing set on school bond plans", 97-Jul-30:1B
"Herndon bus driver arrested", 97-Dec-19:1A
"Library system, school district to trade land, cash", 97-Jul-21:1A
"Math in the real world", 97-Aug-25:1A
"Math scores improve on SAT, verbal scores remain same", 97-Aug-27:6A
"More bus evidence sought", 97-Dec-20:1A
"Old bus blamed for wreck", 97-Nov-14:1A
"Old school, new life", 97-Feb-10:1B
"Parents sue Caddo schools for allegedly violating student's civil rights", 97-Feb-13:3B
"Police: Wet road, speed cause crash", 97-Nov-15:1A
"Price tag totals $189M", 97-May-08:1A
"Principal post remains vacant", 97-Jul-21:1B
"Program cuts anger parents", 97-May-22:1A
"Proposal will include pay hikes", 97-May-09:1A
"Reports of speeding buses rise after wreck", 97-Nov-15:1A
"School Board approves progression plan", 97-Jul-24:3B
"School Board misses chance to buy building", 97-Aug-07:1B
"School Board OKs second health center", 97-Nov-06:2B
"School Board passes bond plan", 97-Jul-31:1A
"School Board to set priorities", 97-Oct-20:1A
"School Board warns students to hitch up pants", 97-Mar-20:1B
"School bond talk delayed", 97-Jun-18:1B
"School bus accident", 97-Nov-15:8A
"School officials to consider Title IX settlement", 97-Nov-08:1B
"Schools anticipate $19M for athletics", 97-Sep-04:1A
"Schools to face shortfall", 97-Oct-23:1B
"Sessions planned for educators", 97-Apr-27:1B
"Several express interest in job of Caddo Magnet High principal", 97-Jul-07:1B
"Shreveport to host 2002 state convention", 97-Mar-06:3B
"State charter school plan receives little response", 97-Dec-27:1A
"Students learn culture in Caddo classrooms", 97-Feb-14:1B
"Summer program feeds children", 97-Jun-18:1B
"Superintendent Foster gets new 2-year deal", 97-Nov-20:1A
"Talks resume on bond proposal, worker pay", 97-Jul-25:1A
"Teacher raises up for debate", 97-Aug-20:1B
"Teachers in Caddo Parish could get new hiring policy", 97-Dec-16:1B
"Teachers rally to support bond plan", 97-Aug-01:1A
"Teachers totally for Foster's plan", 97-Apr-30:1B
"Teachers: Reducing class sizes key to learning", 97-Sep-05:1A
"Teaching takes balanced approach", 97-Sep-11:1A
"Title IX lawsuit hits settlement snag", 97-Dec-16:1B
CadParish-Schools
"'Practical strategies that work'", 97-Jun-12:1A
"15 schools to be linked to 'Net", 97-Apr-19:1B
"9th-grade dropout rates high", 97-Sep-02:1A
"Age, budget cuts take their toll on Caddo facilities", 97-Oct-07:1A
"Are funds being misspent?", 97-Apr-30:1A
"Area schools battle vandalism", 97-Jul-23:1A
"Back to school", 97-Aug-26:2B
"Better test scores may prompt voter support", 97-Oct-05:2B
"Bond issue may end equality suit", 97-Jul-22:1A
"Bossier, Caddo top state scores", 97-Aug-14:1B
"Caddo hopes to better test scores with goals", 97-Sep-04:3B
"Caddo Magnet principal set to retire", 97-Jun-28:1A
"Caddo Magnet wins decathlon", 97-Feb-23:1B
"Caddo officials worry about future if tax proposal fails at polls", 97-Oct-11:1A
"Caddo school construction", 97-Jun-02:1A
"Caddo school volunteers honored at reception", 97-Apr-25:1B
"Caddo schools may get funds", 97-Mar-15:4B
"Caddo students may get s-p-e-l-l-i-n-g books", 97-Apr-17:1A
"Caddo-Bossier elementary education", 97-May-05:1A
"Citizens group seeks three new campuses", 97-May-16:1A
"Citizens group will take a look at Caddo school building needs", 97-Feb-27:2B
"Committee to push early reading", 97-Apr-29:1B
"Displaced teachers find new jobs", 97-Jul-07:1B
"District hopes to invest more in technology, teacher training", 97-Oct-10:1A
"Districts already looking to next year", 97-Jun-05:1A
"Early childhood education", 97-May-06:1A
"Education program stresses character", 97-Feb-04:1A
"Educators upset about delay of supply money", 97-Sep-26:1A
"Educators worry about students who juggle homework, employment", 97-Apr-13:1A
"Enrollment for Caddo Parish summer school classes set", 97-Apr-06:6B
"Fewer students hitting the books", 97-Jun-29:1B
"Flexible schedules work out", 97-Oct-10:2B
"Foundation grants area schools $76,000", 97-Dec-10:1E
"Foundation helps fund plans at Caddo public schools", 97-Jun-04:1B
"Four-by-four schedule = adjustment", 97-Oct-12:1B
"Funds would pump up athletic facilites", 97-Oct-08:2B
"Grant help bring world to schools", 97-Sep-19:1B
"Health center stays busy", 97-Mar-04:1B
"Interest in magnet schools soars", 97-Feb-26:1A
"La. applies for sex-ed funds", 97-Jul-15:1A
"La. struggles to keep new teachers", 97-Aug-26:1A
"Library system, school district to trade land, cash", 97-Jul-21:1A
"Linwood health center falls under scrutiny", 97-Jan-29:1B
"Local students buckle down for entrance exams", 97-Jan-27:1A
"Longer classes, more time to learn", 97-Apr-02:1A
"Love of teaching motivates educators", 97-Oct-06:6B
"Mixed results in on local students", 97-May-24:1A
"New facilities will ease overcrowding", 97-Oct-09:1B
"New plan targets poor-performing kids", 97-Dec-15:1A
"New principals hit halls running", 97-Jan-03:1A
"Nonpublic schools see slight enrollment hike", 97-Apr-27:1A
"Officials afraid of low voter turnout", 97-Oct-11:3B
"Parent center to open at Clark Middle School", 97-Jan-17:3B
"Parents learn they can affect change", 97-Aug-17:12A
"Parents to sound off on new band rules", 97-Sep-13:1B
"Paying for schools", 97-Oct-05:1A
"Paying for schools: Accountability", 97-Oct-05:3B
"Plan evaluates, builds on strengths", 97-Dec-08:1A
"Population growth in some areas spurs need for more buildings", 97-Oct-09:1A
"Price tag totals $189M", 97-May-08:1A
"Principal sets controversial hall pass policy", 97-Feb-11:5B
"Profession faces many misconceptions", 97-Oct-06:6B
"Program has little effect on students", 97-Jul-14:1A
"Projects meet individual school needs", 97-Oct-08:2B
"Property tax increases would fund raises for Caddo educators", 97-Oct-06:1A
"Public school thefts, vandalism remain low, but still a problem", 97-Jan-20:1B
"Renovations would fix aging, neglected school facilities", 97-Oct-07:2B
"School health centers cleared", 97-Apr-01:1B
"Schools depend on donations", 97-Mar-03:1B
"Schools host summer programs", 97-Jun-23:5B
"Schools plan growth over summer break", 97-Apr-08:1B
"Schools plug in", 97-Aug-06:SS
"Schools seek more minority teachers", 97-Jul-03:1A
"Schools would get money for successful reforms", 97-Sep-16:4A
"Small salaries make recruiting difficult", 97-Oct-06:6B
"Social workers take on new role in Caddo schools", 97-Jan-29:1E
"South Highlands adds a prize", 97-May-21:1B
"Specialized courses attract more students", 97-May-02:1A
"State grants put computers in local classrooms", 97-Mar-04:1B
"State helps cut price of supplies", 97-Aug-09:1A
"State to provide $1.6M to fund sex education", 97-Aug-20:1B
"Students seek a challenge", 97-Feb-11:1B
"Students warm up to out-of-class lessons", 97-Jan-18:1A
"Summer students motivated", 97-Jul-31:1B
"T-buildings have good, bad points", 97-Oct-07:2B
"Tax funds would relieve gym, library space crunches", 97-Oct-08:1A
"Teachers learn new technology", 97-Jul-22:1B
"Teachers take time out for technology training", 97-Oct-10:2B
"The money issue", 97-Oct-06:6B
"Time line: Significant changes since last tax election", 97-Oct-05:2B
"Truancy rate drops in Caddo", 97-Jun-17:1A
"Upgrades would benefit libraries", 97-Oct-10:2B
"Vehicle tax break spells less money for schools", 97-Jul-30:1A
"Voters invest more in education", 97-Oct-19:1A
"Welfare reform puts little weight on education", 97-May-12:1A
"Workshop focuses on discipline", 97-Feb-23:1B
"Workshops keep teachers busy", 97-Aug-21:1A
"Year-round scools begin abbreviated summer", 97-Jul-18:1B
CadParish-Sheriff's Dept.
"11 earn promotions at Caddo Sheriff's office", 97-Aug-15:2B
"3 Caddo deputies get promoted", 97-Sep-07:1B
"Assistant chief deputy sheriff fired", 97-Aug-23:2B
"Black Caddo deputies at low end", 97-Aug-11:1A
"Boxing program's merits promoted", 97-Jan-03:1B
"Caddo deputies won't impound cars", 97-Dec-31:1B
"Caddo Parish gets nine new deputies", 97-May-25:1B
"Caddo sheriff explains strange tax structure", 97-Oct-04:1A
"Current parish permit holders not required to receive training", 97-Feb-10:3B
"Hathaway promotes Williams", 97-Sep-04:3B
"Hot line gives students, police anonymous link", 97-Oct-04:1B
"Kenner seeks to entice local police officers", 97-Dec-27:1B
"New Caddo deputies graduate", 97-Sep-19:3B
"Parish begins VINE program", 97-Nov-22:1B
"Sheriff seeks tax increase", 97-Oct-02:1A
"Sheriff: Extend sales tax for jail", 97-Feb-01:1A
"Task force to curb La. drug trafficking", 97-Sep-27:1A
"Two Caddo Parish deputies to receive awards today", 97-May-27:3B
Campbell, Sen. Foster
"Campbell want limits on filings of new bills", 97-Jul-10:2B
"Education chief, senator spar over K-3 reading money", 97-Aug-23:1A
"Lawmaker lauded by wildlife group", 97-Feb-16:1B
"Senator pushes holiday closings", 97-Dec-22:1A
"State education leader aims to reinstate safety agency", 97-Dec-21:1A
Cary, Roy
"Cary leaves prison for halfway house", 97-Mar-01:1B
"Ex-city councilman due for prison release", 97-Jan-16:2B
"Former councilman welcomed home by friends, politicians", 97-Mar-17:3B
Catholic Church
"Ash Wednesday: Centuries-old tradition marks beginning of Lent", 97-Feb-13:1B
"Bishop to chair national board", 97-Oct-28:1B
"Catholic schools week draws to close", "97-Jan-31:1B
"Catholics reach out online", 97-Jan-29:1B
"Churches consider covenant marriage edict", 97-Jun-26:1A
"Mass to celebrate healers", 97-Oct-12:1B
"Priest says parish life perfect", 97-Jun-28:6B
"Renovation reflects vision", 97-Nov-22:4B
"Shrine to children breaks ground", 97-Oct-18:1B
"Youths applaud abstinance", 97-Feb-16:1B
Cemeteries
"History shows in city's smaller cemeteries", 97-Dec-20:13A
"Little known cemeteries dot city's landscape", 97-Dec-27:9A
"Residents want improvements to 2 cemeteries", 97-Apr-09:1E
Centenary College
"'Friends' to hold its annual bazaar", 97-Sep-12:1B
"Award-winning art on display at college", 97-Oct-07:3D
"Centenary again named a top college value", 97-Aug-29:2B
"Centenary athletics: A program in trouble", 97-May-05:1C
"Centenary books pianist", 97-Feb-27:7D
"Centenary choir to sing in D.C.", 97-Nov-22:1A
"Centenary College honors poet with award", 97-Nov-13:3D
"Centenary College sets book bazaar", 97-Aug-19:1D
"Centenary dorms to be apartments", 97-Feb-09:1B
"Centenary extends 'Angels in America'", 97-Nov-06:1D
"Centenary garden to honor graduate", 97-Oct-03:1B
"Centenary graduates 199 at commencement", 97-May-05:5B
"Centenary names 217 students to dean's list", 97-Jan-15:3E
"Centenary offers tuition-free education", 97-Sep-24:1A
"Centenary plans to leave TAAC", 97-Oct-24:1C
"Centenary provost to join ethics board", 97-Feb-19:1B
"Centenary receives $10M anonymous gift", 97-Oct-17:1A
"Centenary requests area street closure", 97-Sep-22:1B
"Centenary schedules musical tribute", 97-Mar-05:5D
"Centenary struggles with athletic identity", 97-May-04:1A
"Centenary to get sculpture donation", 97-Apr-14:3D
"Centenary to hold fiction seminar", 97-Jun-09:1D
"Centenary to mark Founders' Day", 97-Mar-13:1B
"Centenary to play host to authors Ellison, Gilchrist", 97-Mar-01:1D
"Centenary, KTBS offer scholarship", 97-Nov-23:2B
"City OKs trial closing for street", 97-Dec-23:1B
"College sets annual concerts", 97-Oct-29:5D
"Construction turns up historical find: a wallet", 97-Feb-09:1B
"Corrington Award to be presented to writer Tuesday", 97-Apr-07:1D
"Dance group plans free performances", 97-Mar-04:1D
"Dancer to come here for classes", 97-Jan-01:5D
"Ex-Gent to be inducted into college Hall of Fame", 97-Feb-26:3E
"Friends bring guest cellist to town", 97-Oct-02:4D
"Illusionists to perform magic in free show at Centenary", 97-Sep-23:1D
"Immigrants dig in on English", 97-Nov-26:1B
"Keeping students on campus", 97-Aug-19:1A
"Kennedy plants roots", 97-Apr-05:1C
"Losing is too familiar", 97-May-04:1D
"Magale Library schedules exhibit", 97-Jun-09:1D
"Magale to exhibit photographs", 97-Nov-06:1D
"NASA chief tells grads to go after their dream", 97-May-04:1B
"NASA chief, astronaut speak in Shreveport", 97-May-03:2B
"Professor to play at Centenary recital", 97-Nov-19:1D
"Quartet to play at Centenary", 97-Feb-08:3D
"Sculpture honors the Foster/Bogan family", 97-Apr-12:9A
"Sit down at the library and have a cup of culture", 97-Nov-12:1B
Center for Contemporary Arts
"'Summers in Suffolk' in need of a cast", 97-Jun-06:3D
"'Summers in Suffolk' takes 'Center' stage", 97-Sep-29:1D
"A world of collages", 97-May-13:1D
"Art center plans reception, benefit", 97-Jun-11:1D
"Art center to show regional art work", 97-Mar-19:1D
"Colorist to exhibit work at Center for Contemporary Art", 97-Sep-03:5D
"Gourds, weaving subject of exhibit", 97-Aug-27:1D
"Local artist shows he's ready" [Chuckie Williams], 97-Oct-14:1D
"Retrospective of artist on display", 97-Jul-02:1D
Christian Services
"Christian Services Telethon kicks off", 97-Dec-14:1B
"Local group protests death penalty", 97-Apr-24:1B
"McCaffrey to step down as Christian Services leader", 97-Sep-27:1B
"Replacement sought to lead Christian Services organization", 97-Sep-28:6B
"Sister Margaret honored for her work with poor", 97-Oct-30:2B
"Sister McCaffrey to be honored", 97-Oct-29:1B
Civil War
"134-year-old ship discovered", 97-Feb-23:1A
"Cannons boom with thunder at event", 97-Apr-27:1B
"City's new festival site has a past", 97-Dec-17:1A
"Civil War roars back to life in Pleasant Hill", 97-Apr-25:3B
"Civil War symposium set June 20-21", 97-Mar-08:2B
"Civil War wreckage yields clues", 97-Sep-19:1A
"Gen. Sherman topic of talk", 97-Oct-20:4B
"Mystery surrounds Civil War death", 97-Jan-05:5B
"Work goes on at 1865 shipwreck site", 97-Aug-01:2B
Cliburn, Van
"Californian wins Van Cliburn competition", 97-Jun-09:7B
"Van Cliburn helps local couple mark anniversary", 97-Dec-30:1D
Clyde Fant Parkway
"Fant extension under construction", 97-Feb-18:1A
"Parkway expansion on target", 97-Sep-26:1B
Commercial National Bank
"CNB sees strong rise in income", 97-Jan-24:8B
"CNB, Deposit Guaranty merge", 97-Jul-10:8B
Community Foundation of Shreveport-Bossier
"Local foundation awards $252,000 in grants", 97-Mar-26:1B
Cotton
"Cotton crop hits low point", 97-Oct-21:8B
"First cotton bale brings $3,125", 97-Sep-16:8B
"King Cotton dethroned in Bossier", 97-May-17:8B
"Technology changes crops", 97-Jul-09:8B
Crawford, Blaine
"Retired restaurateur Crawford dies at 85", 97-Jun-25:3B
Cross Bayou
"City purchases land along Cross Bayou", 97-Jun-09:1A
"City purchases two pieces of land along Cross Bayou", 97-May-28:3B
"City, state investigate water in Cross Bayou", 97-Jan-04:1B
Cross Lake
"Faint odor, taste problems reported in city water", 97-Jun-11:2B
"Floatilla sails for sixth year", 97-Jun-29:1B
"Pesticide leaks into Cross Lake", 97-Jun-14:1A
Cruvant, M. Leslie "Buddy"
"Local philanthropist dies", 97-Jul-19:2B
"Obituary", 97-Jul-19:2B

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Daughters of the Cross
"Daughters of the Cross", 97-Apr-14:1D
"Order of nuns to be featured in museum exhibit", 97-Mar-20:5D
"St. Vincent's nuns plan new convent, sale of current site", 97-Aug-05:1B
"St. Vincent's will live on in our memories", 97-Jun-28:9A
Davis, Jimmie
"Davis celebrates his 98th birthday", 97-Sep-12:1B
"Ex-governor Jimmie Davis sings at church homecoming", 97-Oct-07:4B
"Gala taps into musical heritage", 97-Sep-06:1D
"Merle Haggard to perform at ex-governor's birthday", 97-Aug-27:1D
"Radio group to air Davis tribute", 97-Sep-09:1D
"TNN, PBS to film celebration for Jimmie Davis at Strand", 97-Sep-10:1D
Davis, Johnny
"Businessman, activist dies", 97-Sep-16:4B
"Obituary", 97-Sep-16:4B
Dement, Mayor George
"Dement promises best yet to come", 97-Nov-04:1B
"Dement won't veto liquor law change", 97-Aug-02:1B
"Determined Dement ready for 4th term", 97-Nov-03:1B
"FBI combs mayor's pond", 97-Apr-11:1A
"FBI to drain Dement pond", 97-Apr-12:1A
"Mayor Dement to start his bid for third term", 97-Feb-09:1A
"Mayor postpones Bossier pay raise talks", 97-Mar-05:1B
"Mayor, others say new station is long overdue", 97-Oct-27:1B
"No bodies found in pond search", 97-Apr-22:1A
"Pond draining nears end at mayor's farm", 97-Apr-17:1A
DeSoto Parish
"Courthouse overhaul to begin in DeSoto", 97-Oct-28:1B
"DeSoto sheriff seeks new prison for parish", 97-Oct-06:1A
"DeSoto to decide on fixing courthouse", 97-Jul-17:1B
"Old rural schools fading fast", 97-Jul-26:1B
Doctors' Hospital
"Doctor's Hospital going strong", 97-Jul-11:8B
Downtown Development Authority
"Antiques breathe new life into old Lodestro Building", 97-Oct-04:8B
"Artist apartments get hearing today", 97-Jan-23:1B
"Businesses laud downtown cleanup efforts", 97-Nov-01:1A
"DDA to study downtown apartment possiblities", 97-Jul-24:2B
"Develoment group names new director", 97-Mar-11:8B
"Festivals head for new home", 97-Nov-30:17A
"Future of downtown", 97-Apr-27:1C
"Master plan's future unclear", 97-Jun-17:1B
"More than boats on the riverfront?", 97-Feb-09:1A
"Neon Saturday Nights strive to get brighter", 97-May-15:1B
"New plan for riverfront is nearing completion", 97-May-05:3B
"Old railroad depot bought for parking", 97-Oct-15:1A
"Panel unhappy with master plan", 97-Jun-10:1B
"Riverfront plan fails to please all", 97-Jun-19:3B
"Shreveport slips in best-city rankings", 97-Jun-12:1A
"Shreveport to jump bigger into the Trail of Lights", 97-Dec-03:1B
"Tower sale set today", 97-Jul-22:3B
See Downtown Shreveport Development Corporation
Downtown Shreveport
"'Mural Madness' spreads from downtown Shreveport", 97-Dec-29:1B
"Artists: Apartments too high", 97-Jul-10:4B
"Arts council schedules meeting on apartments", 97-Jul-05:1D
"Buildings lure buyers", 97-Oct-23:8B
"City picks site for river center", 97-May-20:1B
"Downtown attracts attention", 97-Mar-29:10B
"Downtown draws art lovers", 97-Jun-13:1D
"Downtown may lose festivals", 97-Mar-14:1A
"Downtown sees change", 97-Mar-11:8B
"Future of festivals in limbo", 97-May-26:1A
"Louisiana Tower sells for $12M", 97-Aug-27:1A
"Old building gets a new life", 97-Aug-27:8B
"Plans for downtown face-lift still alive", 97-Jun-19:5B
"Remaking Woolworth building", 97-Mar-28:8B
Downtown Shreveport Development Corporation
"Artists: Apartments too high", 97-Jul-10:4B
"Arts council schedules meeting on apartments", 97-Jul-05:1D
Duke, David
"GOP urged to repudiate Duke", 97-Sep-09:4B
Dykes, Rev. D. L.
"'He lived what he preached'", 97-Feb-25:1B
"Longtime Shreveport pastor Dykes dies", 97-Feb-22:1A
"Obituary", 97-Feb-23:4B

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East Bank Theatre
"'Candles and Lace' to offer love stories", 97-Feb-11:1D
"'Shadowlands' cast chosen", 97-May-11:9E
"Cast chosen for 'Time Remembered'", 97-Mar-20:5D
"Cast is sought for East Bank play", 97-Jan-10:1D
"Classic tale to be brought to stage", 97-Oct-12:7E
"East Bank Theatre announces 'Quilters' cast", 97-Aug-19:3D
"East Bank Theatre opens on winning note", 97-Sep-07:2B
"East Bank Theatre sets auditions", 97-Aug-18:1D
"East Bank to honor Faulkner", 97-Sep-20:1D
"East Bank to stage comedy", 97-Apr-13:7E
"East Bank's latest an amusing outing", 97-Apr-19:3D
"Play portrays pioneer women", 97-Aug-31:9E
"The Company troupe readies 'Shadowlands' for the stage", 97-May-25:9E
Edwards, Edwin
"Authorities raid EWE's home", 97-Apr-29:1A
"Camera in EWE's home 'Nazi' stuff, Foster says", 97-May-14:1A
"DeBartolo paid EWE $400,000", 97-Dec-04:1A
"DeBartolo quits 49ers", 97-Dec-03:1A
"Disclosure mandated for boat vendors", 97-Aug-18:1A
"Edwards battles prosecutors over tapes, money", 97-Aug-13:1B
"Edwards family remains in the dark over tapes", 97-May-29:1A
"Edwards indictments postponed", 97-Dec-10:1A
"Edwards investigation ensnarls team owner", 97-Dec-03:1A
"Edwards probe moves into Texas; more officials subpoenaed", 97-May-01:1B
"Edwards says he's unsure of what probe is all about", 97-May-08:1A
"Edwards says probe aimed at him", 97-May-05:5B
"Edwards set to appear before grand jury today", 97-Jun-03:1B
"Edwards summoned before grand jury", 97-May-31:1B
"Edwards takes Fifth", 97-Jun-04:1A
"Edwards testimony delayed", 97-Jun-07:3B
"Edwards testimony raises issues in trial", 97-Jun-09:7B
"Edwards to be excluded from hearing on money", 97-Aug-30:3B
"Edwards wants hearing on money", 97-Jun-10:3B
"Edwards' case tried behind closed doors", 97-Sep-02:3B
"Edwards' inquiry leave questions", 97-May-03:1A
"Edwards' lawyers go to court to get money back", 97-Jun-02:3B
"Edwards' son named in suit", 97-Sep-11:5B
"Edwards' suit delayed as indictments readied", 97-Sep-06:3B
"Edwards, son file claims to seek return of money", 97-Jul-31:5B
"Edwardses to go to court over money", 97-Jul-26:3B
"EWE attacks panel selection", 97-Dec-02:4A
"EWE case nets 2nd guilty plead", 97-Aug-26:1A
"EWE case tarnishes La.'s image, poll says", 97-Dec-19:1A
"EWE denies gaming influence", 97-Apr-24:1A
"EWE doubts existence of tape", 97-Dec-11:1A
"EWE faces tough team of lawyers", 97-May-11:1A
"EWE fights feds to return money", 97-Aug-22:3B
"EWE grand jury probe nears Dec. 5 deadline", 97-Nov-16:1A
"EWE inquiry heightens", 97-May-07:1A
"EWE inquiry moved", 97-Oct-25:1A
"EWE jury subpoenas more documents", 97-Oct-29:1B
"EWE phoned Foster on casinos' behalf", 97-Nov-21:1A
"EWE pressured state gaming board, ex-member says", 97-May-27:5B
"EWE probe focuses on local boat", 97-Nov-13:1A
"EWE speaks on the record", 97-Aug-31:1A
"EWE subpoena list lengthens", 97-May-02:1A
"EWE wants forfeiture case in New Orleans", 97-Jul-19:1B
"EWE wants money returned", 97-May-21:1A
"EWE's $400,000 question: Consulting fee or bribe?", 97-Dec-09:1A
"EWE's bid to disband grand jury rejected", 97-Dec-05:1A
"EWE's son under fire for Magic contract", 97-Aug-21:1A
"EWE, son notified of impending indictments", 97-Dec-02:1A
"EWE: 'I enjoyed being governor more than anybody'", 97-Mar-17:1A
"EWE: Feds seeking casino payoff evidence", 97-Aug-06:1A
"Ex-aide gets fine in Edwards case", 97-Dec-06:1A
"Ex-board leader: Boat's link to EWE unknown", 97-Nov-29:1A
"Ex-governor termed master of La. politics", 97-Dec-30:2B
"Ex-police officer sentenced for tipping off EWE", 97-Sep-20:3B
"Extortion, fraud focus of EWE probe", 97-May-28:1A
"FBI agents tell why Edwardses' money seized", 97-Sep-03:5B
"FBI demands records in EWE case", 97-Dec-17:1B
"FBI won't release wiretaps to EWE", 97-Aug-16:2B
"FBI: No camera in EWE home", 97-May-17:1A
"Feds hint Edwards played a role in money laundering", 97-Jun-06:1B
"Firms under scrutiny before Edwards probe", 97-Oct-30:1A
"Former governor subpoenaed for Broadhurst case", 97-Apr-22:1A
"Gaming board delays inquiry", 97-Sep-12:2B
"Grand jury gets EWE case today", 97-May-06:1A
"Horseshoe records sought in EWE case", 97-Oct-29:1A
"Indictments expected in EWE case", 97-Aug-23:1B
"Insurance attorney testifies", 97-Nov-01:1A
"Insurance commissioner to appear before EWE grand jury", 97-Nov-14:1B
"Investigation reaches to Shreveport insurance firm", 97-Jun-04:1A
"Judge drops threats against EWE lawyers", 97-Dec-20:1B
"Judge orders FBI to act in Edwards forfeiture case", 97-Jun-13:3B
"Judge sets hearing on Edwards' motion today", 97-Dec-04:2A
"Jurisdiction argued in Edwards case", 97-Jul-11:1B
"Jury focuses on license for final boat", 97-May-22:1A
"Members of gaming board questioned about EWE probe", 97-Jun-08:1A
"Officer tried to warn EWE of probe", 97-Jul-16:1A
"Players in EWE case kick back plea deals", 97-Dec-13:1A
"Probe bugs EWE into selling home", 97-May-27:1A
"Probe centers on boats", 97-Apr-30:1A
"Prosecutor confident about EWE evidence", 97-Sep-28:1A
"Prosecutor taken off EWE case", 97-Dec-12:1B
"Prosecutors delay motion on EWE case", 97-Jul-10:1B
"Spotlight remains on EWE", 97-May-18:1A
"State's politics goes on stand", 97-Apr-28:1B
"Tarver called to testify in Edwards investigation", 97-Jun-14:1A
"Tarver to testify before EWE grand jury today", 97-Jun-17:1B
"Tarver, DeBartolo appear before EWE grand jury", 97-Jun-18:1B
"Tarver, Fields are included in EWE investigation", 97-Dec-04:2A
"Testimony begins in Broadhurst trial", 97-Apr-23:1B
"TV report: Feds planted camera in EWE's home", 97-May-09:1A
Elections
"Absentee voting begins Monday", 97-Jul-06:1B
"Absentee voting ends today", 97-Oct-11:2B
"Absentee voting slow", 97-Dec-05:2B
"Absentee voting starts in Bossier parish", 97-Apr-21:1B
"Absentee voting to start today", 97-Nov-03:1B
"All Bossier council members seek re-election", 97-Feb-09:3B
"At-large candidates offer views", 97-Mar-19:3B
"Biomed tax OK'd by narrow margin", 97-Oct-19:1A
"Black voters key to passage", 97-Oct-19:10A
"Bondsman, businessman to face Dement", 97-Feb-09:3B
"Bossier City Council hopefuls will gather at forum tonight", 97-Mar-18:2B
"Bossier City election", 97-Mar-30:9A
"Bossier continues support of gaming", 97-Oct-19:1A
"Bossier council candidates go head to head", 97-Mar-21:2B
"Bossier hopefuls sound off", 97-Mar-19:1B
"Bossier mayoral hopefuls discuss pay raises, casino revenue", 97-Mar-20:3B
"Bossier mayoral hopefuls sound off", 97-Mar-21:1B
"Bossier officials expect small turnout for mayoral elections", 97-Apr-05:1A
"Bossier Parish election triggers debate over raises for city workers", 97-Mar-03:1B
"Bossier vote renews fears of privatizing city utilities", 97-Mar-30:1A
"Boykin to run for House seat", 97-Oct-17:1B
"Boykin, Waddell in runoff for House", 97-Nov-16:1A
"Businessman to run for Brun's seat", 97-Oct-14:1B
"Caddo precinct by precinct", 97-Nov-16:8A
"Candidate for House withdraws from race", 97-Oct-09:1B
"Candidates answer questions", 97-Nov-09:2A
"Candidates fight for distinction in House race", 97-Dec-08:1B
"Candidates file for N. Louisiana posts", 97-Feb-13:4B
"Challenger Jones wins two-man race", 97-Apr-06:2B
"Chancellor mentioned in political ad", 97-Dec-11:3B
"Cleo Fields wins out over 'mudslingers'", 97-Dec-15:5B
"Cooper will run for Bossier council", 97-Feb-08:1B
"Cost for House-seat run not unusual, analyst says", 97-Dec-15:1A
"Court strikes down La. open primaries", 97-Dec-03:1A
"Darby to seek City council seat", 97-Feb-08:1B
"Dement vows 'to fix, repair' in third term", 97-Apr-06:3B
"Education, slots top ballots", 97-Oct-18:1A
"Election spotlights Bossier spending", 97-Mar-16:1B
"Four plan to run for legislative seat", 97-Oct-21:2B
"Growth takes center stage", 97-Feb-09:3B
"High court to review La. election process", 97-Oct-06:1A
"House 5 hopefuls tackle issues", 97-Nov-13:3B
"House race adds third candidate", 97-Oct-07:1B
"Incumbent, newcomer win seats in at-large race", 97-Apr-06:3B
"Independent Darby ousts Sawyer", 97-Apr-06:2B
"Issues overshadow District 5 candidates", 97-Nov-09:1A
"Local, area voters head to polls today", 97-Nov-15:3B
"Lorick announces his candidacy", 97-Oct-12:1B
"Police, fire unions back challengers in races for Bossier City Council", 97-Mar-01:2B
"Precinct by precinct", 97-Oct-19:10A
"Property tax increases would fund raises for Caddo educators", 97-Oct-06:1A
"Property taxes up for vote in July", 97-May-27:1B
"Qualifying draws 26 candidates in region", 97-Aug-16:2B
"Qualifying for April 5 election wraps up", 97-Feb-15:3B
"Qualifying for area hopefuls to begin", 97-Feb-09:3B
"Qualifying under way for state House post", 97-Oct-16:1B
"Race is on to take over Brun's seat", 97-Oct-05:1B
"Residents to decide House seat", 97-Dec-13:1B
"Rural Bossier voters kill ambulance fee increase", 97-Jul-20:1A
"Several elections scheduled today", 97-Apr-05:2B
"Supreme Court hears La. open elections case", 97-Oct-07:1A
"Tax issues top ballot", 97-Jun-22:1B
"Taxing for new track", 97-Oct-15:1C
"Two attorneys vie for city judge", 97-Oct-14:1B
"Voters invest more in education", 97-Oct-19:1A
"Voters remain loyal to gaming", 97-Oct-19:11A
"Waddell claims House seat", 97-Dec-14:1A
"Waddell gets endorsement", 97-Nov-14:1B
"Waddell leads opponent in House seat fund raising", 97-Nov-25:1B
"Watson announces his candidacy", 97-Oct-22:1B
"Wayne Waddell leads spending in House race", 97-Nov-11:1B
"Williams nabs District 3 seat", 97-Apr-06:2B
"Williams seeks 3rd council term", 97-Feb-08:1B

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Festivals
"Artists sought for Mudbug Madness", 97-Oct-07:3D
"Blues festival to aid Red Cross", 97-Sep-13:1D
"Bossier needs to develop first-class site", 97-Nov-30:17A
"City's new festival site has a past", 97-Dec-17:1A
"Festival site debate continues", 97-Oct-04:1A
"Festival site search narrows", 97-Nov-30:1B
"Festivalgoers get their fill", 97-May-25:1B
"Festivalgoers let Good Times Roll", 97-Jun-22:1A
"Festivals boost economy", 97-Oct-05:1C
"Festivals head for new home", 97-Nov-30:17A
"Future of festivals in limbo", 97-May-26:1A
"Future of festivals still unclear", 97-Mar-19:2B
"Good Times festival gets off to a rolling start", 97-Jun-21:1B
"Group scopes city for new festival site", 97-Jun-29:1A
"Mansfield blueberry festival runs short of feature product", 97-Jun-23:3B
"Proposed casino not likely to hamper festivals", 97-Dec-03:1B
"Several festival sites under scrutiny", 97-Oct-27:1A
"Task force discusses festivals", 97-May-14:2B
"Task force seeks a permanent festival site", 97-Aug-02:1A
Fields, Cleo
"Cleo Fields wins out over 'mudslingers'", 97-Dec-15:5B
"Tarver, Fields are included in EWE investigation", 97-Dec-04:2A
Fields, Sen. Cleo
"Fields' campaign treasurer arrested", 97-Dec-31:1B
Fort Polk
"Area bases expected to survive cutbacks", 97-May-07:1A
"Command of Fort Polk to change hands today", 97-Apr-28:1B
"Fort Polk to host international training mission", 97-Jun-15:1B
"Fort Polk troops to begin training for possible Bosnia deployment", 97-Mar-21:5B
Foster, Gov. Mike
"3,500 hear Foster pledge rest of term to family values", 97-Oct-12:6B
"ACLU: Foster's drug-test plan violates rights", 97-Mar-11:1B
"Adoption law gets Foster's OK", 97-Jul-11:2B
"Camera in EWE's home 'Nazi' stuff, Foster says", 97-May-14:1A
"Close friend of Foster administration aide hired", 97-Nov-07:3B
"Drug-addicted mothers on welfare could lose children, Foster suggests", 97-Mar-10:5B
"EWE case tarnishes La.'s image, poll says", 97-Dec-19:1A
"EWE phoned Foster on casinos' behalf", 97-Nov-21:1A
"Floor leaders see no conflict in Foster's son doing casino work", 97-Feb-05:5B
"Foster cancels Feb. 23 special session", 97-Feb-14:1B
"Foster chief of staff worked against anti-gaming bill, groups allege", 97-May-09:3B
"Foster claims 'ultimate battle'", 97-Apr-12:3B
"Foster considers tax on health-care providers", 97-Jan-30:1B
"Foster defends charter flights", 97-Nov-03:5B
"Foster disappointed in rejection of parole member", 97-Jun-25:5B
"Foster doesn't pitch sales tax renewal", 97-Apr-01:3B
"Foster faces tough legislative week", 97-Apr-14:5B
"Foster gets treatment for kidney stone", 97-Jun-11:3B
"Foster goes to bat for jobs", 97-Aug-10:5B
"Foster hires ex-legislator to revamp sex-education program", 97-Nov-07:1A
"Foster hit for vague session plans", 97-Feb-08:1B
"Foster insurance plan delayed again", 97-Apr-23:1A
"Foster intervened in Lee case", 97-Aug-14:2B, 97-Aug-15:1B
"Foster keeps area projects", 97-Jul-17:2B
"Foster likely to delay special session", 97-Feb-13:1B
"Foster meets with Senate investigators", 97-May-14:4B
"Foster names college trustee to new regents board", 97-Sep-27:3B
"Foster not withdrawing gaming, parole board appointees", 97-Jun-20:3B
"Foster promises salary to education", 97-Oct-15:1A
"Foster pushes education reform", 97-Oct-09:5B
"Foster rarely uses veto power", 97-Jul-08:1A
"Foster says Robinson entitled to another year", 97-Jan-08:1B
"Foster seeks insurers' support", 97-Apr-10:1A
"Foster signs auto insurance, other new bills", 97-Jul-16:3B
"Foster signs slots-at-tracks bill", 97-Jul-18:3B
"Foster thinks $100M tax will be met by land casino", 97-Aug-14:3B
"Foster to call special session in February", 97-Jan-10:1A
"Foster to render address at NSU building dedication", 97-Oct-03:1B
"Foster to take his plan to the public", 97-Jan-31:1A
"Foster touts drug tests for state workers", 97-Mar-08:1A
"Foster tries to pressure lawmakers into backing renewal of sales tax", 97-Feb-17:5B
"Foster vows to can any Gaming Board members involved", 97-Dec-03:1A
"Foster wants motorists to get Christmas present", 97-Nov-26:3B
"Foster wants to delay lawsuit on drug test law", 97-Aug-09:3B
"Foster wants to pour $75M into schools for computers", 97-Jan-24:1A
"Foster will sign slot bill", 97-Feb-15:1B
"Foster wins the transfer of charity hospitals to LSU", 97-May-03:3B
"Foster's achievements fade as Legislature progresses", 97-Jun-16:5B
"Foster's car insurance measure crashes in House committee", 97-May-01:5B
"Foster's education plan lacks adequate funds, some senators say", 97-Jun-09:7B
"Foster's grandfather, Johnston, to join state Political Hall of Fame", 97-Jan-13:5B
"Foster's plan touted as fix for higher education", 97-Jan-28:2B
"Foster's son has connection to casino", 97-Feb-02:1A
"Foster, McCrery give views on juvenile crime", 97-Aug-20:2A
"Foster: Casino can wait", 97-Dec-18:5B
"Foster: Cut jeopardizes Medicaid", 97-Jan-01:3B
"Foster: Jenkins' evidence shows election laws broke", 97-Jan-02:2B
"Foster: Lawmakers should set session on N.O. land casino", 97-Nov-14:3B
"Foster: Make schools accountable", 97-Jan-12:1A
"Foster: Penny tax may return", 97-Oct-23:1A
"Foster: State must keep penny sales tax", 97-Jan-09:1B
"Gov. Foster signs new state budget", 97-Jul-10:2B
"Gov. Foster supports extension of gas tax", 97-Oct-15:4B
"Gov. Foster will return to Barksdale", 97-Feb-03:1B
"Gov. Foster: Illegal police stops must halt", 97-Jan-07:5B
"Governor fleshes out ethics board", 97-Jan-01:3B
"Governor lays out his legislative agenda", 97-Apr-01:1B
"Governor OKs plan to give pay raises to state employees", 97-Feb-27:1B
"Governor seeks voters' help in saving auto insurance bill", 97-Apr-16:1A
"Governor staff gets hefty pay raises", 97-Aug-15:3B
"Governor will stay out of Schaye dispute", 97-Dec-18:3B
"Governor's TV show touts legislative accomplishments", 97-Jul-30:3B
"Governor, friends begin Bible study", 97-Feb-24:5B
"Inmates to build state mansion's security fence", 97-Jul-07:5B
"Lawmakers can't revamp open primary in '98, Foster says", 97-Dec-18:4B
"Louisianans favor teacher raises", 97-Dec-21:1A
"NAACP leader says timing of money is a coincidence", 97-Sep-15:5B
"New Orleans casino backers win Gov. Foster's approval", 97-Nov-05:4B
"Poll: Foster's education plan wins support", 97-Jan-23:1A
"Reilly has Foster support in probe", 97-Nov-07:2B
"Republicans vote to continue suit against Foster", 97-Sep-07:8B
"Schools have bigger worries than drug testing, ACLU says", 97-Mar-15:3B
"Teachers must give to receive", 97-Aug-20:1A
"Transportation department critized by Gov. Foster", 97-Mar-06:5B
"Voters give governor strong approval rating", 97-Aug-07:3B
"What you see is what you get", 97-Oct-12:5B

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Galilee Baptist Church
"Ballpark: Youth reap benefit of former Captains' stadium", 97-Jul-22:1D
Gambling
"$1,000 investment yields $85M for DeBartolo family", 97-Dec-05:5B
"$475,000 at stake in casino dispute", 97-Aug-19:1B
"3 gaming board seats still vacant", 97-Aug-24:1A
"64 casino violations mired in state regulatory backlog", 97-Jan-30:1A
"7 plead guilty in gambling case", 97-Sep-02:3B
"84% of sixth-graders gamble", 97-Jul-11:1A
"Adding more Magic", 97-Jul-21:1A
"AG's gaming division to get another look", 97-Sep-06:3B
"Analysts: Harrah's location accounts for higher takes", 97-Jan-14:1A
"Appeals court upholds Holloway's conviction on gambling charge", 97-Nov-11:5B
"Applicants try their luck", 97-Aug-03:1A
"April winnings down for floating casinos", 97-May-16:5B
"Area casino outlook downgraded", 97-Jan-28:8B
"Area casinos, hotels hope weekend spells big money", 97-Aug-29:1A
"Auditor demands authority over gambling", 97-Jan-10:5B
"Bankston sent to prison over bribery conviction", 97-Oct-16:5B
"Bigger casino to make a big statement", 97-Sep-16:1B
"Bill on Bossier casino vote will go before committee", 97-May-14:3B
"Bill to put slots at horse tracks sidetracked", 97-Jun-13:3B
"Bill would force casinos to back horse tracks", 97-May-19:1A
"Bill would make video poker off limits to under-21 crowd", 97-Apr-09:1A
"Bill would reduce state fees for casino licenses", 97-May-14:1B
"Bill would set casino vote for July 19", 97-May-02:3B
"Bills would force labels on gambling ads", 97-May-16:5B
"Bingo halls could install video poker under proposal", 97-May-09:3B
"Board delays deadline for 15th license until January", 97-Oct-22:2A
"Board extends license deadline", 97-Aug-12:1A
"Board to question casino applicants", 97-Mar-06:1B
"Board: Applicants should get refund", 97-Feb-21:5B
"Boarding fee suit awaits court ruling", 97-Feb-04:1B
"Boat money to go into school fund", 97-Dec-03:3B
"Boats earn millions more in July", 97-Aug-14:1B
"Boats must diversify, analysts say", 97-Oct-02:3B
"Bossier City withdraws from boarding fee suit", 97-Jan-08:2B
"Bossier claims half of Harrah's", 97-Aug-16:1A
"Bossier OKs plan to divvy up casino money", 97-Mar-19:1B
"Bossier Parish to fight Casino Magic pact", 97-Apr-10:5B
"Bossier Parish to seek share in Harrah's", 97-Oct-29:1B
"Bossier Police Jury backs Horseshoe bid", 97-Feb-27:3B
"Bossier Police Jury dealt out", 97-Jan-15:2B
"Bossier ready for court fight on boat fees", 97-Dec-12:5B
"Bossier seeks Harrah's cut", 97-Dec-11:1B
"Broadhurst acquitted", 97-Oct-01:1A
"Broadhurst case goes to the jury", 97-Apr-29:1B
"Broadhurst faces second fraud trial after deadlock", 97-Sep-22:1B
"Broadhurst fate goes to jury", 97-Sep-30:1B
"Broadhurst says he worked for his Casino Magic money", 97-Nov-20:2B
"Broadhurst verdict 3 votes short", 97-May-01:2B
"Broadhurst's defense begins its case", 97-Sep-27:2B
"Build hotel or lose land, Harrah's told", 97-Nov-14:1B
"Business people wonder if the market will grow", 97-Mar-14:2B
"Caddo or Bossier to decide?", 97-Mar-14:2B
"Caddo waits to lay claim to Hollywood's fees", 97-Jun-07:1A
"Cane's Landing shows promise as future park", 97-Aug-17:14A
"Casino ads in troopers' magazine spark debate", 97-Feb-27:1A
"Casino ads may vanish from I-Bowl", 97-Apr-13:1A
"Casino applicants fined in Louisiana, Illinois", 97-Feb-10:1A
"Casino asks for more time on bankruptcy reorganization", 97-Feb-19:3B
"Casino begins flights", 97-Dec-20:8B
"Casino board, Hollywood negotiate financing plan", 97-Jun-06:2B
"Casino developer files for bankruptcy", 97-Sep-29:3B
"Casino groups reach deal", 97-Oct-17:1A
"Casino issues notices", 97-Jul-29:1A
"Casino Magic deal hits a snag", 97-Apr-24:1B
"Casino Magic executive violated gaming law", 97-Aug-07:1B
"Casino Magic hotel could be reality by next summer", 97-Sep-21:1B
"Casino Magic investigation stepped up", 97-Nov-19:1B
"Casino Magic manager steps down from local post", 97-May-06:2B
"Casino Magic officials looking for new buyer", 97-Aug-07:2B
"Casino Magic puts hotel on fast track", 97-Sep-26:1B
"Casino Magic ranks last for third month", 97-Jan-16:1B
"Casino Magic unveils pavilion", 97-Jan-01:2B
"Casino seeks extra 90 days", 97-Jun-19:1A
"Casino to host Halloween events", 97-Oct-28:1B
"Casinos bet on Texas gamblers", 97-Sep-24:1A
"Casinos cater to VIP customers", 97-Aug-07:1A
"Casinos don't drive tribes", 97-Nov-26:1A
"Casinos move to improve image", 97-Oct-21:1A
"Casinos take in big bucks in August", 97-Sep-16:1A
"Closing arguments begin today in graft case", 97-Jun-19:8B
"Coalition may defeat racetrack slots", 97-Feb-18:2B
"Coast Guard may end riverboat inspections", 97-Jul-06:1A
"Committee advances casino contract", 97-Jun-04:3B
"Court documents: Outside auditors were recommended", 97-Jan-08:5B
"DeBartolo family wants stake in riverboat casino", 97-Mar-11:1A
"DeBartolo paid EWE $400,000", 97-Dec-04:1A
"DeBartolo pulls out of casino deal", 97-Jun-18:1A
"DeBartolo quits 49ers", 97-Dec-03:1A
"Disclosure mandated for boat vendors", 97-Aug-18:1A
"Educators, Bossier City to meet on gaming", 97-Nov-26:1B
"Edwards indictments postponed", 97-Dec-10:1A
"Edwards wants hearing on money", 97-Jun-10:3B
"Entertainment draws some to casinos", 97-Sep-26:1D
"Ethics board rules on casino offerings for public", 97-Mar-21:3B
"Evangeline Downs officials seek support for move to Grand Coteau", 97-Aug-21:5B
"EWE denies gaming influence", 97-Apr-24:1A
"EWE phoned Foster on casinos' behalf", 97-Nov-21:1A
"EWE pressured state gaming board, ex-member says", 97-May-27:5B
"EWE probe focuses on local boat", 97-Nov-13:1A
"EWE's bid to disband grand jury rejected", 97-Dec-05:1A
"EWE's son under fire for Magic contract", 97-Aug-21:1A
"Ex-board leader: Boat's link to EWE unknown", 97-Nov-29:1A
"Expansion plans spur Casino Magic to seek out merger, joint projects", 97-Feb-14:1A
"FBI demands records in EWE case", 97-Dec-17:1B
"FBI questions Hollywood bill", 97-May-16:1B
"Final casino license to be awarded today", 97-Mar-13:1A
"Flamingo boat move still up in the air", 97-Jul-22:1B
"Flamingo goes on block", 97-Oct-16:1B
"Flamingo has 14 days to go", 97-Sep-17:1A
"Flamingo may deal in partners", 97-Oct-03:1A
"Flamingo ordered to Shreveport", 97-Jul-11:1A
"Flamingo shuts down operations", 97-Oct-01:1A
"Flamingo still plans to dock boat here", 97-Aug-09:1A
"Flamingo wants out", 97-Jul-10:1A
"Flamingo's dilemma: Obey board or court", 97-Sep-30:1A
"Flamingo, N.O. try to resolve dispute", 97-Sep-23:1A
"Flamingo: We'll be in Shreveport", 97-Jul-02:1B
"Floating boats take $102M in February", 97-Mar-14:2B
"Floor leaders see no conflict in Foster's son doing casino work", 97-Feb-05:5B
"Foreign firm may get slice of riverboat", 97-Mar-10:1A
"Former Louisiana state Senator Bankston begins serving prison sentence", 97-Nov-18:3B
"Former officials want charges dismissed", 97-Mar-06:5B
"Former senators are innocent, defense says", 97-May-13:4B
"Foster chief of staff worked against anti-gaming bill, groups allege", 97-May-09:3B
"Foster signs slots-at-tracks bill", 97-Jul-18:3B
"Foster thinks $100M tax will be met by land casino", 97-Aug-14:3B
"Foster vows to can any Gaming Board members involved", 97-Dec-03:1A
"Foster will sign slot bill", 97-Feb-15:1B
"Foster's son has connection to casino", 97-Feb-02:1A
"Foster: Casino can wait", 97-Dec-18:5B
"Foster: N.O. casino odds getting worse", 97-Mar-22:5B
"Gambling becomes problem among youth", 97-Aug-08:2B
"Gambling interests spent $10.5 million on '96 elections", 97-Jan-21:1B
"Gaming ads cut by state troopers", 97-Mar-01:1A
"Gaming board chairman an icon of public respect", 97-Aug-11:1A
"Gaming board challenge by Shreveporter set Oct. 8", 97-Sep-27:2B
"Gaming board OKs loan for Isle of Capri hotel", 97-Dec-10:1B
"Gaming board OKs wider aisles at Horseshoe", 97-Aug-12:1B
"Gaming board to review casino donations to schools", 97-Nov-19:1A
"Gaming election clarification approved", 97-Jun-19:5B
"Gaming officer locked out", 97-Aug-28:1B
"Gaming-related bills heading for Senate debate", 97-Jun-11:5B
"Harrah's and Hollywood on gaming board agenda", 97-Jun-20:1B
"Harrah's Casino offers Visa card wtih perks", 97-Oct-23:8B
"Harrah's delay concerns Chamber", 97-Mar-29:1B
"Harrah's goes back to court", 97-Jul-24:3B
"Harrah's Hilton deal put off until July", 97-Jun-21:2B
"Harrah's Jazz Co. asks for more time to reorganize", 97-Jan-10:5B
"Harrah's Jazz seeks to guarantee $100 million annual tax to state", 97-Aug-15:5B
"Harrah's Jazz sets reorganization date", 97-Feb-27:5B
"Harrah's picks new manager for Shreveport operations", 97-Jul-22:5B
"Harrah's plans to ask court to reinstate old casino contract", 97-Jun-26:3B
"Harrah's player rewards join national program", 97-Sep-09:3B
"Harrah's profits up in Shreveport", 97-Feb-17:1A
"Hearings set for casinos vying for last license", 97-Mar-03:1A
"High water not affecting riverboats", 97-Mar-04:2B
"Hilton balks at relocating", 97-Jul-23:1A
"Hilton bets on Barnwell as backup", 97-Jan-29:1A
"Hilton cancels joint venture with Harrah's", 97-Mar-19:1A
"Hilton may forfeit Shreveport casino", 97-Apr-08:1A
"Hilton may rethink its casino plans", 97-Feb-21:1B
"Hilton officals say they are committed to Shreveport", 97-Mar-21:1B
"Hilton, Harrah's deal near", 97-Jun-10:1B
"Hilton, Harrah's venture appears dead", 97-Mar-12:1A
"Hilton, Harrh's closer to deal", 97-May-31:1A
"Holiday gaming could face an end", 97-May-14:1B
"Hollywood bill gets Senate OK", 97-May-29:1A
"Hollywood boat officially on the ballot for July 19", 97-May-31:3B
"Hollywood casino venture gets preliminary approval", 97-Nov-19:2B
"Hollywood gets last boat license", 97-Mar-14:1A
"Hollywood heads up 3-way pact", 97-Oct-22:1A
"Hollywood loses license", 97-Jun-21:1A
"Hollywood plans to open full complex all at once", 97-Oct-25:1A
"Hollywood submits tax plan to city", 97-Dec-19:6A
"Hollywood vote on its way", 97-May-30:1B
"Hollywood's plan impresses board", 97-Mar-14:2B
"Hollywood, Flamingo discuss joint project", 97-Sep-06:1A
"Horse track slots win in committee", 97-Jun-06:3B
"Horsemen support slots at LaDowns", 97-Sep-09:1A
"Horseshoe continues its wave of additions", 97-Dec-17:1B
"Horseshoe Hotel construction", 97-May-13:1A
"Horseshoe Hotel offers peek inside", 97-Aug-08:8B
"Horseshoe Hotel readies for opening", 97-Oct-28:1A
"Horseshoe raises the stakes", 97-Nov-21:1A
"Horseshoe records sought in EWE case", 97-Oct-29:1A
"Horseshoe seeks clarification of law", 97-Aug-08:1B
"Horseshoe will keep LeBossier", 97-Nov-16:1C
"Horseshoe's 'King' moves up river", 97-Nov-03:1A
"Horseshoe's new boat docks", 97-Apr-27:1B
"Horseshoe's new boat to arrive at port today", 97-Apr-26:1B
"Horseshoe's profits down 16 percent from '95", 97-Mar-01:10B
"Hotel helps boost casino revenue", 97-Dec-10:1B
"Hotel is ready to please", 97-Nov-22:8B
"House OKs redivision of riverboat money", 97-Jun-05:2B
"House OKs slots at tracks", 97-Jun-17:1A
"Impact of probe on slots bill is unclear", 97-May-02:1B
"Isle aims to land last casino berth", 97-Sep-10:1A
"Isle executives visited rival riverboat as 'state officials'", 97-Mar-07:1A
"Isle of Capri casino loses boarding fee suit", 97-Apr-25:9A
"Isle of Capri cuts employee hours", 97-Jan-04:1B
"Isle of Capri manager resigns", 97-Aug-23:3B
"Isle of Capri withdraws Super Derby sponsorship", 97-Feb-22:1A
"Isle undertakes $5 million redesign", 97-Feb-19:2B
"Isle's operating profits fall 38%", 97-Mar-05:8B
"Isle's parent to pay taxes on jackpot", 97-Apr-05:1A
"It's north vs. south for La.'s last casino license", 97-Jan-05:1A
"Judge declares mistrial", 97-Apr-30:1A
"Judge sets aside motion to liquidate casino project", 97-Nov-06:4B
"Jurors in video poker trial again fail to reach verdict", 97-Jun-26:5B
"Jury begins deliberations in video poker bribery case", 97-Jun-20:2B
"Jury finalizes deal with casino", 97-Jan-09:1B
"Jury focuses on license for final boat", 97-May-22:1A
"Jury hears from casino executives", 97-Jul-23:1B
"La. Senate race becomes issue for gambling panel", 97-Aug-21:4A
"La. wins by holding taxes from slot wins", 97-Apr-20:1C
"LaDowns racing for slots", 97-Feb-12:1A
"LaDowns slots placed on Oct. 19 election ballot", 97-Jul-03:2B
"Land casino deal awaits lawmakers' go-ahead", 97-Dec-22:1A
"Last gambling boat license now open", 97-Jul-02:3B
"Lawmaker says legislators could cure riverboat pains", 97-Jul-29:3B
"Lawmakers to clarify slot taxing authority", 97-Sep-15:1A
"Lawmakers want to track gambling-related crimes", 97-Jun-09:1B
"Lawsuit that would nullify video poker votes still alive", 97-Oct-01:2B
"Leaders talk shop", 97-Sep-14:1C
"Legislature OKs slots at tracks", 97-Jun-24:1B
"Letter offers Barnwell as site for riverboat", 97-Jul-22:1A
"Loan OK expected for Isle of Capri hotel", 97-Dec-09:1A
"Local boats catching up with Miss.", 97-Aug-15:1A
"Local casino revenues jump 17%", 97-Feb-19:1B
"Lott, Gingrich tap conservative to head gaming commission", 97-May-21:5A
"Magic cuts 161 jobs, readjusts", 97-Apr-19:1A
"Magic, Isle set to build hotels", 97-Dec-01:1A
"Managers at 3 casinos replaced", 97-Aug-27:2B
"Mayor: Hilton, Harrah's dealing again", 97-Apr-30:1B
"Mayors sign off on casino deal", 97-Jun-26:1B
"Measure could block underage lottery sales", 97-May-15:3B
"Members of gaming board questioned about EWE probe", 97-Jun-08:1A
"Mijalis implicates Broadhurst", 97-Apr-26:1A
"Mijalis lawsuit against gaming board stays alive", 97-Oct-09:1B
"Mijalis takes stand in retrial of Broadhurst", 97-Sep-26:1B
"Mijalis to take stand today", 97-Apr-25:1A
"Minorities make gains at casinos", 97-May-08:6B
"Myriad of 'spins' presented in gaming trial", 97-May-19:7B
"N.O. seizes Flamingo accounts", 97-Sep-21:1A
"NCAA officials to take a look at sponsors of athletic events", 97-Apr-13:1A
"New move is afoot to repeal gambling", 97-Apr-16:5B
"New Orleans casino backers win Gov. Foster's approval", 97-Nov-05:4B
"New Orleans seizes Flamingo", 97-Oct-02:1A
"New Orleans trying to sell Flamingo boat", 97-Dec-19:3B
"New state law won't put a stop to Internet gambling, analyst says", 97-Aug-11:5B
"Newest boat drops anchor", 97-Nov-05:1B
"Newspapers ask appeals court to review gag rule on jurors", 97-Nov-14:5B
"No applications received for last riverboat license", 97-Jul-13:1A
"No casino deal with an agreement with the city, Foster says", 97-Feb-21:5B
"No options: Flamingo Shreveport bound", 97-Jul-18:1A
"Officials uncertain on casino election", 97-Mar-18:1B
"Outsiders may run slots at LaDowns if voters pass plan", 97-Jul-28:1A
"Over objections, House approves vote for Hollywood Casino project", 97-May-07:2B
"Panel approves slot-racetrack bill", 97-Apr-18:5B
"Panel backs slot machines at LaDowns", 97-Apr-16:1B
"Panel kills video poker repeal", 97-Jun-11:1A
"Panel takes a political approach to license", 97-Mar-14:2B
"Plan Ok'd to divide gambling receipts", 97-May-15:3B
"Planning board OKs Hollywood rezoning", 97-Nov-14:1B
"Plans for 6th local boat detailed by applicant", 97-Nov-27:5B
"Plans would bring sixth casino", 97-Nov-27:1A
"Port begins to bustle", 97-May-15:6B
"Potent gambling issues on agenda", 97-Apr-01:1A
"Powerball payoffs jump, but so do odds", 97-Oct-31:1A
"Probe centers on boats", 97-Apr-30:1A
"Probe may mean end of gaming", 97-May-01:1A
"Proposal would pull cash machines from casinos", 97-Jan-25:1A
"Proposed casino not likely to hamper festivals", 97-Dec-03:1B
"Prosecutors want video poker money forfeited", 97-Jul-22:5B
"Prosecutors will retry Broadhurst", 97-May-03:1B
"Questions left by verdicts in state corruption trial", 97-Jun-29:3B
"Questions remain after casino bill dies", 97-Jun-24:3B
"Racetrack measure advances", 97-May-21:2B
"Racetrack slot machine measure to become law", 97-Jun-25:5B
"Raise the stakes", 97-Nov-16:1C
"Rayburn cleared of racketeering charges", 97-Jun-28:1A
"Regulators: Isle's owner owes $6M", 97-Mar-12:1B
"Rep. Jenkins assailed over video poker bill", 97-Jun-12:5B
"Report: Most casinos don't cruise very often", 97-Aug-04:5B
"Republicans question gambling executives", 97-Sep-19:1B
"Riverboat casinos take in $114.8 million in March", 97-Apr-16:2B
"Riverboats win $1.2 billion in 1996-97", 97-Jul-10:4B
"Sanfilippo to head South La. casino", 97-Apr-16:1B
"Schools seek new casino cut", 97-Aug-23:1A
"Second Broadhurst conspiracy, fraud trial commences, 97-Sep-23:1B
"Senate backs gaming", 97-Apr-24:1A
"Senate committee advances bill to ban all video poker", 97-Apr-02:3B
"Senate group clears path for Hollywood vote", 97-May-16:1A
"Senate panel advances video poker ban", 97-Apr-29:3B
"Senate panels approve conflicting gaming bills", 97-Apr-22:1A
"Senate votes to prohibit video poker", 97-May-07:1A
"Senator pushes holiday closings", 97-Dec-22:1A
"Senators' racketeering trial to start", 97-May-11:1B
"Shreveport gets no guarantee of another boat", 97-Oct-01:1A
"Shreveporter adds to Gaming Board challenge", 97-Oct-08:4B
"Slot machines at horse track might become explosive issue", 97-Feb-26:4B
"Slots at LaDowns in peril", 97-Dec-04:1A
"Slots at race track bill flounders", 97-Jun-20:1A
"Slots at tracks bill revived", 97-Jun-03:1A
"Slots measure clears Senate", 97-Jun-23:1A
"Slots note comes to the wire", 97-Oct-15:1A
"Slots-at-tracks bill sent to committee", 97-Jun-21:1A
"Spending the revenue from riverboats", 97-Apr-25:1A
"Stalled casino may be dead again", 97-Dec-17:5B
"State aims to curb underage gambling", 97-Jul-12:3B
"State Baptist group called to speak against gambling", 97-Jul-31:3B
"State board in no hurry to award last license", 97-Jan-14:1B
"State denies request for May 3 casino vote", 97-Mar-20:1A
"State regulators to vote on Hollywood casino plan", 97-Nov-17:1A
"State seeks casinos' help with compulsive gamblers", 97-Sep-09:5B
"State wants casinos to explain why riverboats aren't sailing", 97-Jul-01:3B
"State won't help with penal farm", 97-Jun-13:1B
"State's casinos take in $108 million in May", 97-Jun-14:3B
"State's politics goes on stand", 97-Apr-28:1B
"Suit challenges legality of vote in 8 parishes", 97-Jan-09:3B
"Tape: Senator viewed job as blocking anti-gambling", 97-May-21:4B
"Tarver called to testify in Edwards investigation", 97-Jun-14:1A
"Tarver, DeBartolo appear before EWE grand jury", 97-Jun-18:1B
"Testimony begins in Broadhurst trial", 97-Sep-24:1B
"Testimony centers on Bankston's wife", 97-May-17:3B
"Time is about up, land casino warned", 97-Oct-07:4B
"Timetable set for last riverboat license", 97-Feb-21:2B
"Truck stop's video poker machines are shut down", 97-May-17:3B
"Two casino cashiers arrested", 97-Feb-28:2B
"Two unrelated video poker license trials postponed", 97-Jul-26:3B
"Video poker bill stalled", 97-May-30:1A
"Video poker jury deliberates a second day", 97-Jun-21:2B
"Video poker money to pump up LaDowns purses", 97-Aug-30:1B
"Video poker operator sues gaming board", 97-Sep-25:1A
"Video poker trial will begin today", 97-May-12:5B
"Video poker unplugged at Lafayette truck stop", 97-May-13:4B
"Vote on slots at Delta Downs set for Oct. 18", 97-Aug-09:3B
"Voters remain loyal to gaming", 97-Oct-19:11A
"Web gambling a crime, but available", 97-Sep-08:1A
Genealogy
"'The Source' provides volumes of family data", 97-Jan-27:3D
"Archdiocese releases another volume", 97-Dec-22:4D
"Area cemetery inscriptions listed in books", 97-Aug-11:3D
"Area residents search for long-lost relatives", 97-Nov-02:3D
"Attend conferences to gather ideas, techniques", 97-Mar-10:3D
"Biographical compilation proves beneficial", 97-May-19:3D
"Book documents Bossier Parish headstones", 97-Oct-20:3D
"Book helps kids understand their roots", 97-Jan-06:3D
"Book is wealth of resources for slave descendants", 97-Jul-07:3D
"Class will teach beginning genealogy", 97-Jul-14:3D
"Computers aid in genealogy searches", 97-Sep-01:3D
"Genealogy workshop slated Saturday at NSU", 97-Mar-03:3D
"Group will host program in Shreveport", 97-Jun-02:3D
"Luck, bad weather keep searchers on track", 97-Feb-24:3D
"Make some genealogical resolutions", 97-Dec-29:3D
"Make time for upcoming events", 97-Apr-28:3D
"Meaning of 'G.T.T.' no longer a big mystery", 97-Dec-01:3D
"New volumes list history books in print", 97-Jul-28:3D
"New, old books offer some good information", 97-Oct-27:3D
"Now is time to start researching again", 97-Aug-25:3D
"Rare book reprinted in soft cover", 97-Jun-23:3D
"Readers look for ancestors", 97-Oct-13:3D
"Readers make information requests", 97-Oct-06:3D
"Readers seek help in finding ancestors", 97-Mar-24:3D
"Readers seeks assistance with family tree mysteries", 97-Feb-10:3D
"Reservations are filling up for genealogical seminar", 97-Aug-04:3D
"Send a letter with your Christmas cards this year", 97-Dec-07:3D
"Tennessee Historical Society offers heritage program", 97-Sep-15:3D
"The hunt is on again for missing ancestors", 97-Nov-24:3D
"Time is right to register for seminars", 97-Jul-21:3D
"Try the Internet for all your genealogical needs", 97-Nov-17:3D
"Winn Parish association traces family roots", 97-May-05:3D
"Writing down genealogy preserves findings", 97-Mar-17:3D
General Motors
"Despite rumors, GM plant still making trucks", 97-Apr-20:1C
"Effects of November's GM strike still linger", 97-Jul-04:8B
"Four weeks of layoffs ahead for GM", 97-Feb-22:1A
"GM back online", 97-Aug-12:8B
"GM closed for a week", 97-Jul-29:8B
"GM delivers first electric truck", 97-May-21:8B
"GM plant idled until at least Monday", 97-Jul-25:8B
"GM plant to close two extra weeks", 97-Mar-22:10B
"GM to deliver electric truck", 97-May-20:1A
"GM truck future brightens", 97-May-20:8B
"GM workers ratify pact", 97-Feb-28:8B
"GM workers to consider 3-year pact", 97-Feb-25:8B
"Lack of parts idles GM assembly line", 97-080-05:8B
"Local GM truck plant reopens, but only for this week", 97-May-06:8B
"Michigan strike may close Shreveport GM plant", 97-Jul-24:8B
"North American operations fuel GM profitability", 97-Oct-15:8B
"Pickups wait to be picked up", 97-Dec-04:8B
"Rivalry halts production", 97-Mar-15:10B
"S-10, Sonoma get facelift", 97-Aug-23:8B
"Strike may hurt GM production", 97-Feb-12:8B
"What's next for Teamsters, GM in Shreveport?", 97-Aug-24:1C
Glover, Rep. Cedric
"Representative plans meeting", 97-Feb-11:1B
Graham, Donald A.
"Obituary", 97-Aug-14:4B
"Retired photographer Donald A. Graham dies", 97-Aug-14:2B
Grambling State University
"15 applicants seek Grambling's top job", 97-Dec-13:1A
"5 given probation in GSU case", 97-Jul-23:1B
"Applications received for Grambling presidency", 97-Dec-19:3B
"Arraignment set for today in GSU case", 97-Feb-10:1A
"Audit finds college aid faulty", 97-Oct-21:1A
"Black colleges aim high", 97-Dec-14:1A
"Charges reduced in GSU rape case", 97-Feb-08:1A
"Coaching award to be named for Eddie Robinson", 97-Oct-01:3C
"College fund chief to visit Grambling", 97-Sep-27:2B
"Colleges split the ups, downs on enrollment", 97-Sep-10:1B
"Eddie Robinson", 97-Aug-29:SS
"Ex-Grambling president doing volunteer work in Texas", 97-Dec-22:1A
"Fine arts not big draw", 97-Dec-27:1B
"Former compliance coordinator hired to lead Grambling athletics", 97-Jan-07:1C
"Foster says Robinson entitled to another year", 97-Jan-08:1B
"Getting off easy at GSU", 97-Aug-01:1C
"Grambling avoids charges over grade changes", 97-Jan-08:1A
"Grambling begins new M.A. program", 97-Jul-23:1B
"Grambling charged by NCAA", 97-Jan-07:1A
"Grambling coaches deny wrongdoing", 97-Mar-06:1A
"Grambling confers degrees on 500", 97-May-19:1B
"Grambling faculty member strangled, autopsy shows", 97-Jan-25:1A
"Grambling honors son of ex-president", 97-Feb-16:1B
"Grambling leadership gets vote of support", 97-Mar-26:1B
"Grambling loses title", 97-Oct-02:1C
"Grambling may speed search for president", 97-Oct-18:1B
"Grambling names vice president", 97-Jul-10:1B
"Grambling picks up financial pieces", 97-Oct-15:1A
"Grambling to begin president search", 97-Oct-21:1A
"Grambling will hire Williams", 97-Dec-03:1C
"Grambling won't get death penalty", 97-Jan-10:1C
"Grambling, La. Tech to share research grant", 97-Apr-14:1B
"Group wants Hicks to resign", 97-Oct-01:1A
"Grumbling at GSU continues over Hicks", 97-Oct-05:1A
"GSU accelerates search", 97-Oct-24:1A
"GSU accused of not reporting violation", 97-Jan-09:1C
"GSU biggest victim of La. policy", 97-Sep-07:13B
"GSU earns 'A' on state audit", 97-Dec-15:1A
"GSU enrollment slumps", 97-Aug-22:1A
"GSU fights falling enrollment numbers", 97-Sep-16:1A
"GSU interim president won't pursue job", 97-Oct-25:1B
"GSU students' arraignment delayed", 97-Jan-15:5B
"GSU to admit NCAA violations", 97-Feb-21:1A
"GSU's Robinson reflects on success of Whitney M. Young Classic", 97-Sep-17:1C
"Hicks counters board's offer, has until today to step down", 97-Oct-10:1A
"Hicks meets with Grambling students", 97-Oct-08:1B
"Hicks needs support for Grambling reforms", 97-Feb-17:9A
"Hicks offered golden parachute", 97-Oct-09:1A
"Hicks resigns", 97-Oct-14:1A
"Hicks review put on hold", 97-Oct-02:1A
"Hicks, trustee talks falter", 97-Oct-11:1A
"Hicks, trustees call off talks", 97-Oct-13:1A
"Homemade fire bomb tossed against GSU president's home", 97-Jan-09:1A
"Interim GSU leader faces old problems", 97-Nov-05:1A
"Introducing a new era", 97-Dec-05:1C
"Keeping students on campus", 97-Aug-19:1A
"Lab tests delayed in attempted firebombing at GSU", 97-Jan-26:1B
"Magnet school honors Grambling president", 97-Feb-21:2B
"Mission: Restore Grambling pride", 97-Jan-12:1D
"NCAA: Probation for GSU", 97-Aug-01:1A
"Parade to honor Robinson today", 97-Oct-18:1D
"Punishment may impact Grambling most", 97-Feb-22:1C
"Raises help schools recruit GSU grads", 97-Nov-08:1B
"Robinson gets honorary degree", 97-May-30:1B
"Robinson returns to Grambling after hospital stay", 97-Oct-23:1C
"Robinson stands with his recruits", 97-Feb-11:1A
"Ruston, Grambling push Boys, Girls Club", 97-Aug-10:1A
"Services, burial set for ex-GSU leader", 97-Jan-17:2B
"State seeks accountability", 97-May-15:1A
"SUSBO, Grambling, NSU get grants", 97-Jun-21:1A
"Trustees fall silent on Hicks matter", 97-Oct-03:1A
"Trustees may fire Grambling president", 97-Oct-07:1A
"Williams is favorite to take over coaching post at Grambling", 97-Nov-30:1D
"Williams takes Tigers by the tail", 97-Dec-05:1A
"Yankees mania", 97-Mar-18:1A
"Yanks beat Grambling, but fans win", 97-Mar-18:1C
Greater Shreveport Human Relations Commission
"Cultural Fair set at Caddo Magnet", 97-May-09:1B
"Date, place set for MLK event", 97-Dec-31:1B
"Human Rights conference set", 97-Dec-05:1B
"Human Rights Day to celebrate diversity", 97-Dec-09:3B
"Nominations open for MLK Jr. Award", 97-Jan-02:1B
"Times Update", 97-May-10:1B
"Unity promoted on Human Rights Day", 97-Dec-11:2B
Greenwood Cemetery
"Cemetery important to school's project", 97-Sep-03:3B
"Garden Club plans to spruce up Greenwood", 97-Apr-29:1A
"Greenwood project to save history, beauty", 97-May-10:9A
"Group hopes to turn cemetery into arboretum", 97-Apr-16:1A
"Residents enthusiastic about plan for cemetery", 97-May-01:5B
Greenwood, La.
"Greenwood fest to let folks experience Pioneer Days", 97-Sep-15:1D
"Greenwood festival salutes history", 97-Sep-25:1B
"Greenwood festival salutes its history", 97-Sep-24:1E
"Greenwood readies for water improvements", 97-Feb-15:1B
"Historic group accepts funds to refurbish the Dunn House", 97-Feb-14:3B

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Hargrove, Woody
"Ex-School Board president Woody Hargrove succumbs", 97-Jan-12:5B
"Obituary", 97-Jan-12:4B
Hathaway, Don
"Camp opens for 200 Caddo youths", 97-Jul-09:2B
Hibernia National Bank
"Hibernia computer system fails to record deposits", 97-Jan-02:6B
"Hibernia earnings up 40 percent this quarter", 97-Oct-15:8B
"Hibernia now stands tall", 97-Apr-09:8B
"Hibernia to advise Belize", 97-Jan-13:6B
"Hibernia to buy Mansfield bank", 97-Jul-01:6B
"Hibernia up 17 percent", 97-Jul-11:8B
Highland
"Crime rate down in Weed & Seed areas", 97-Sep-22:1B
"Curing community ills", 97-Mar-12:1E
"ER doctor heals homes in Highland", 97-Oct-08:1E
"Highland gains Weed & Seed funds", 97-Jul-03:3B
"Highland projects infuse new energy into historic neighborhood", 97-Oct-01:1B
"Historic Highland begins a renewal", 97-Feb-24:1B
"Partnership brings computers", 97-Feb-25:2B
"Police office moves to Highland", 97-Oct-07:1B
Highland Area Partnership
"Highland Area Partnership", 97-Jan-01:6E
Highland Hospital
"Chairman says hospital chain will cut costs", 97-Nov-05:8B
"Competition surges", 97-Nov-23:1C
"Hospital growth aids area", 97-Jan-26:1C
Highland Restoration Association
"Blanco plans visit to Highland area", 97-Sep-21:1B
"Highland homes open Saturday for holiday tour", 97-Dec-10:1E
"Highland party set for April 19", 97-Apr-12:1D
Hockey
"Bringing the Ice Age to Shreveport", 97-Jun-10:1A
"Hockey name, design remain iced", 97-Jun-18:1C
"Hockey season tickets on sale", 97-Jun-22:1D
"Minor-league hockey sweeps state", 97-Jun-23:1C
"Shreveport's first signees fill specific roles", 97-Jul-02:3C
"Smells like Iguanas", 97-Jul-25:1C
See Shreveport-Mudbugs
Holiday in Dixie
"Air show draws small crowd", 97-Apr-21:1A
"Air show to take visitors to new heights", 97-Apr-18:2E
"Barksdale Air show prepares for take-off", 97-Apr-04:5E
"Big HID events on tap", 97-Apr-18:1A
"City celebrates Holiday In Dixie", 97-Apr-13:1B
"Cotillion royalty prepare for reign", 97-Feb-09:1E
"Crowd enjoys stunts", 97-Apr-21:1B
"Doo-Dah parade, block parties today", 97-Apr-19:1B
"Eccentrics enjoy their day in sun", 97-Apr-20:1B
"HID events begin on April 11", 97-Apr-02:1D
"Holiday in Dixie honors its past, present leaders", 97-Jan-22:6E
"Holiday in Dixie names court for Cotillion", 97-Feb-09:2E
"Holiday parade is today", 97-Apr-12:1B
"It's a holiday in Shreveport", 97-Mar-31:1A
"It's holiday time in Dixie", 97-Apr-04:4E
"Meadows named king of cotillion", 97-Feb-07:1D
"Military band to play during HID", 97-Apr-12:1D
"Navy's flying team to perform at BAFB", 97-Dec-06:1B
Holy Angels School
"Holy Angels administrator honored for work", 97-Aug-13:1E
"Order celebrates 50th anniversary", 97-Sep-22:1B
Huckaby, Hilry
"Court hands punishment to Huckaby", 97-May-21:1A
"Ex-judge fights to save license", 97-Jan-31:1B
"Former judge asks court to let him keep law license", 97-Feb-28:1A

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I-20
"70 mph on I-20? Maybe", 97-Jun-04:1A
"Minden wants window on I-20", 97-Sep-30:1A
"Nuclear waste to travel I-20", 97-Apr-14:1A
"Repairs ahead for I-20", 97-Nov-10:1A
"Transportation future", 97-Oct-12:1A
I-49
"55 mph legal at last on I-49 stretch", 97-May-22:3B
"Barriers muffle noise from I-49", 97-Feb-19:1B
"City to raise speed limit from 45 to 55 on I-49", 97-May-18:1A
"Delegation to seek highway funds", 97-Mar-13:1B
"I-49 developing slowly", 97-Mar-02:1C
"I-49 extension will link to improved commerce", 97-Nov-05:2B
"I-49 hearing set Wednesday", 97-Oct-14:1B
"I-49, I-69 seen as highways to prosperity", 97-Aug-17:12A
"Lawmakers push I-49 expansion", 97-Jan-27:1B
"Legal speed on I-49 to go up", 97-Feb-19:1A
"Locals protest I-49 extension", 97-Mar-23:1A
"MPC looks for input on I-49", 97-Oct-12:2A
"Public voices I-49 concerns", 97-Oct-29:2B
"Residents look forward to new street", 97-Nov-14:1B
"Residents speak out against I-49 path", 97-Oct-16:1A
"State seeks input on I-49", 97-Oct-28:1A
"Transportation future", 97-Oct-12:1A
I-69
"Amtrak, Interstate 69 hog agenda", 97-Feb-20:5B
"Delegation to seek highway funds", 97-Mar-13:1B
"I-49, I-69 seen as highways to prosperity", 97-Aug-17:12A
"I-69 may give Spring Ridge a boost", 97-Dec-02:1A
"Latest I-69 route would bypass most of Arkansas", 97-Aug-07:5A
"Study may decide where I-69 will cross", 97-Mar-23:5B
"Transportation future", 97-Oct-12:1A
ICON
"25 employees cut after raid at ICON", 97-Nov-22:1A
"Army halts project payments to ICON", 97-Nov-16:1A
"Army sues embattled ICON", 97-Nov-27:1A
"Biomed says ICON inquiry will not harm its mission", 97-Nov-23:1A
"FBI seizes ICON records", 97-Nov-21:1A
"Firms, employees await ICON money", 97-Dec-03:3B
"ICON employs new workers; more hires set", 97-Apr-30:6B
"Uncertainty looms over ICON", 97-Dec-08:1A
Independence Bowl
"Alcohol may be OK'd for I-Bowl tailgaters", 97-Nov-25:1A
"Arkansas has that Independence Bowl look in '97", 97-Jul-31:1C
"Auburn pulls rank on Army", 97-Jan-01:1A
"Auburn used I-Bowl as springboard", 97-Dec-04:1C
"Bowl deal includes Iowa heading to Independence", 97-Nov-26:1C
"Bowl may be last for NFL prospects", 97-Dec-26:1C
"Casino ads may vanish from I-Bowl", 97-Apr-13:1A
"Councilman calls for study on I-Bowl stadium's safety", 97-Oct-12:1A
"DiNardo: I-Bowl isn't step backward", 97-Dec-12:1C
"Exchange Club dedicates shrine at I-Bowl game", 97-Jan-01:1E
"Fighting Irish attend special Mass", 97-Dec-26:1B
"Final I-Bowl audit: Thousands lost", 97-May-16:1A
"I-Bowl attendance exceeds expectations", 97-Jan-02:1B
"I-Bowl begins sponsor search", 97-Jul-17:1C
"I-Bowl eyeing Tigers' return", 97-Nov-10:1C
"I-Bowl faces losing fifth pick", 97-Feb-27:1C
"I-Bowl gains prime position", 97-May-07:1C
"I-Bowl narrows hunt for sponsor", 97-Dec-24:1A
"I-Bowl pageant scheduled today", 97-Oct-11:1B
"I-Bowl picture takes shape", 97-Nov-17:1C
"I-Bowl plans Sunday night game Dec. 28", 97-Apr-30:1C
"I-Bowl prank puts officer in spotlight", 97-Dec-30:1A
"I-Bowl search is on", 97-Oct-27:1C
"I-Bowl stadium renovations could cost $20 million", 97-Dec-26:1A
"I-Bowl tickets sell out", 97-Dec-11:1C
"I-Bowl's at-large berth pays off", 97-Dec-09:1C
"Independence '97", 97-Dec-27:SS, 97-Dec-28:SS
"Independence hopes to keep its momentum", 97-Jan-05:1D
"Iowa may be leaning to Sun Bowl, not I-Bowl", 97-Dec-02:1C
"Irish arrive for fight Sunday against LSU", 97-Dec-25:1A
"Irish not the only green businesses seeing", 97-Dec-27:1A
"Irish seek ranking", 97-Dec-08:1C
"Irish think I-Bowl will be different", 97-Dec-13:1C
"Irish wouldn't snub Shreveport this year", 97-Nov-13:1C
"It's official: LSU-Notre Dame gain Independence", 97-Dec-08:1A
"La. Tech 'long shot' for I-bowl berth", 97-Nov-10:1A
"La. Tech enters I-Bowl picture", 97-Nov-03:1C
"Losing sponsor is not unique", 97-Jun-15:1D
"LSU a strong I-Bowl choice", 97-Nov-24:1C
"LSU fans glad to be back", 97-Dec-14:1D
"LSU hopefuls make run at I-Bowl tickets", 97-Nov-25:1C
"LSU likely to play in I-Bowl", 97-Nov-24:1A
"LSU looks a lock for I-Bowl", 97-Dec-01:1C
"LSU sells out its allotted I-Bowl tickets", 97-Dec-09:1C
"LSU vs Notre Dame", 97-Dec-26:SS
"LSU wants redemption in Independence Bowl", 97-Dec-19:4C
"No arrests expected for concession loss at I-Bowl", 97-Mar-01:1A
"Notre Dame has played classic bowls", 97-Dec-25:3C
"Notre Dame takes aim on spot in bowl", 97-Nov-20:4C
"Opening the door for more", 97-May-25:1D
"Poulan pulls out as I-Bowl sponsor", 97-Jun-11:1A
"Poulan took a risk and saved Independence Bowl", 97-Jun-15:1D
"Recruiting tops Irish priority list", 97-Dec-23:1C
"Revenge drives I-Bowl", 97-Dec-28:1A
"Revenge on the Red", 97-Dec-29:1A
"Shreveport Series prelude to I-Bowl", 97-Sep-13:1A
"Shreveport's McNaughton honored for I-Bowl work", 97-Oct-17:5C
"Stadium safety study given OK for kickoff", 97-Dec-02:3B
"Sun Bowl, Iowa force I-bowl to wait awhile", 97-Dec-03:1C
"The art of selling a bowl game", 97-Aug-13:1C
"This one is for you, I-Bowl tailgaters", 97-Nov-26:1A
"Thousands were lost in concessions, audit states", 97-Feb-25:1B
"Tigers find redemption in rematch", 97-Dec-30:1C
"Tigers, Irish in I-Bowl", 97-Dec-07:1A
Indians
"Heritage, custom at powwow's heart", 97-Nov-09:1B
"Louisiana mounds oldest in N. America", 97-Sep-19:1A
"Powwow to honor veterans", 97-Nov-05:1E
"Tribes gather to celebrate and offer thanksgiving", 97-Nov-07:3E

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Jefferson, Texas
"A walk through time", 97-Apr-28:1D
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Jenkins, Woody
"Investigators say some Jenkins' charges true", 97-Jan-07:1B
"Jenkins files new charges of voter fraud", 97-Feb-08:1B
Jewish Community
"Temple dedicates hall in couple's honor", 97-Mar-29:1D
Johnson, Neil
"Barnes & Noble sets book signing", 97-Dec-11:1D
"Louisiana Journey takes folks on pictorial trip through state", 97-Oct-30:1D
"Neil Johnson captures Louisiana", 97-Nov-23:20A
"Photographer to sign books", 97-Nov-07:1D
Johnston, Sen. J. Bennett
"Johnston to represent Entergy as attorney", 97-Jan-29:5B
Jones, Eddie
"Tribute paid to 'Miss Eddie'", 97-Sep-14:1B
Joyce, William
"'Scrapbook' illustrates fun for adults of all ages", 97-Nov-16:15A
"Author Joyce makes 'It List'", 97-Jul-01:1D
"Bill Joyce to drop in on party", 97-Nov-24:1D
"In next millennium, keep your eyes on Bill Joyce, Newsweek advises",
97-Apr-16:1A
"Local author to sign copies of his 'Scrapbook'", 97-Oct-13:1A
"William Joyce signs new book today", 97-Oct-23:1D
Judiciary
"3 candidates seek judgeships", 97-Aug-28:1B
"Alford sworn in as Shreveport City Court judge", 97-Oct-17:1B
"Assistant district attorney will seek city judgeship", 97-Aug-05:1B
"Attorney seek new judgeship", 97-Aug-16:2B
"Brun says he's ready to be judge", 97-Aug-06:3B
"Caddo jury trials are back on track", 97-Nov-07:2B
"City lawyer to run for judgeship", 97-Aug-06:1B
"Collins takes city judgeship", 97-Oct-19:10A
"Court strikes down La. open primaries", 97-Dec-03:1A
"Court waits for boundary OK", 97-Aug-11:1B
"High court won't delay city judge certifications", 97-Feb-04:2B
"Judge accepts new drug seat", 97-Sep-11:1B
"Judge's ruling halts state ethics cases", 97-Nov-06:1A
"Jury selection trouble refuses to go away", 97-Nov-16:1B
"New jury selection law holds up trials", 97-Nov-06:1B
"Qualifying could begin today", 97-Aug-27:1B
"Qualifying to start today", 97-Aug-13:3B
"Rep. Brun set to run for judge", 97-Aug-05:1B
"Rep. Brun to take judge's bench", 97-Sep-27:1B
"Resolution expected in judgeship debate", 97-Jun-26:2B
"Rustonite touted for federal bench", 97-Oct-31:5B
"Shreveport attorney seeks city judge seat", 97-Aug-07:1B
"Three local judges to receive humanitarian awards", 97-Jan-08:1B
"Two attorneys vie for city judge", 97-Oct-14:1B
"Woman judge takes on historic role", 97-Oct-13:1B
"Woman will make history in City Court", 97-Aug-30:1B
Juneteenth
"Hamel's to host Juneteenth event", 97-May-30:1D
"Juneteenth to offer identification kits", 97-Jun-11:1D
"Juneteenth: Celebrate!", 97-Jun-14:1D
"Thousands rock Hamel's for Juneteenth", 97-Jun-16:1A

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KCS
"Board delays final decision on closing rail crossings", 97-Jul-30:1B
"Bossier railroad group submits closing options", 97-Nov-23:1A
"Bossier, railroad discuss crossings", 97-Nov-07:1A
"Cargo center expands rapidly", 97-Mar-01:10B
"City Council approves KCS crossing closures", 97-Sep-10:2B
"City wants hearing this month on closing of one rail crossing", 97-Jul-09:2B
"KCS doubles size of system with entry into Mexico", 97-Jan-12:1C
"KCS line may become state park", 97-Sep-10:1A
"KCS wants to close 6 railroad crossings", 97-May-30:1A
"Local KCS workers join nationwide rail strike", 97-Oct-08:1A
"MPC OKs railroad closures", 97-Aug-21:1B
"MPC to hear comments on railroad grade crossings", 97-Jul-29:1B
"Workers return to KCS jobs", 97-Oct-09:8B
KDAQ
"KDAQ to begin airing storytelling program", 97-May-21:1D
Kisatchie National Forest
"Group wants Foster to stop transfer of Kisatchie National Forest land", 97-Mar-15:4B
"Kisatchie blaze under control", 97-Sep-18:2B
"Plan bombs with residents", 97-Dec-04:1A
KRMD
"KRMD radio sold", 97-Aug-15:10B
KSLA
"KSLA remains news leader", 97-Apr-02:6B
"KSLA TV-12 continues its role as news leader", 97-Dec-25:8B
"Meteorologist switches stations in Shreveport", 97-Dec-31:5D
KTAL
"Fireworks heat up sizzling July 4th", 97-Jul-05:1A
"Music, food, fireworks on tap at parkway party", 97-Jul-04:1A
KTBS
"Centenary, KTBS offer scholarship", 97-Nov-23:2B
"Cue the preacher", 97-Aug-24:1D
"KTBS adds anchor, new meteorologist", 97-Feb-10:3D
"KTBS-Channel 3 hires co-anchor", 97-Jan-13:3D
"Meteorologist switches stations in Shreveport", 97-Dec-31:5D
Ku Klux Klan
"KKK tossing recruiting booklets in Pineville yards", 97-Nov-11:5B
KWKH
"KWKH's Frank Page gets his day in the spotlight", 97-Nov-28:1D

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La.State-Budget
"Gov. Foster signs new state budget", 97-Jul-10:2B
"La. budget surplus 'shell game' questioned", 97-Jan-05:1B
"State's fiscal year starts without budget", 97-Jul-01:3B
La.State-Exhibit Museum
"Louisiana State Exhibit Museum may reopen in spring", 97-Nov-17:2A
"Museum groundbreaking cheered", 97-Jun-05:2B
"Museum sets date of groundbreaking", 97-May-25:1B
La.State-Fair
"92nd State Fair to hit the midway", 97-Oct-23:1A
"City, fair officials discuss parking", 97-Jun-28:1B
"City, State Fair to renegotiate contract", 97-Jun-05:1A
"Closing weekend Fair's best yet", 97-Nov-02:5B
"Creatures go on the block", 97-Oct-30:1B
"Fair announces beauty event", 97-Oct-13:1B
"Fair food good enough to cry about", 97-Nov-01:1B
"Fair to bring country to city", 97-Sep-20:1D
"Fairgrounds could lose its parking fees", 97-May-21:1A
"Hot country sounds of Toby Keith will be among State Fair offereings", 97-Oct-24:3E
"Junior livestock auction", 97-Oct-30:4B
"One price doesn't fit all at the State Fair of La.", 97-May-25:1D
"Seeing double? Nope, it's just a State Fair exhibit", 97-Oct-27:1B
"State Fair agrees to audit", 97-Dec-12:1A
"State Fair board to examine fees", 97-Jun-06:1A
"State Fair earns small 1996 profit", 97-May-29:2B
"State Fair offers fun for all", 97-Oct-24:3E
"State Fair responds to criticism: Officials say they've been fair with Mudbugs owners", 97-Oct-24:1A
"Stir, Piston take State Fair stage today", 97-Oct-24:3E
"Weather rains on fair finances", 97-Nov-02:1B
"Who should run the State Fair?", 97-May-28:1A
La.State-Gaming Control Board
"3 gaming board seats still vacant", 97-Aug-24:1A
"Board delays deadline for 15th license until January", 97-Oct-22:2A
"Board extends license deadline", 97-Aug-12:1A
"Board: Applicants should get refund", 97-Feb-21:5B
"Coalition to air concerns before gambling board", 97-Oct-29:1B
"Flamingo's dilemma: Obey board or court", 97-Sep-30:1A
"Foster not withdrawing gaming, parole board appointees", 97-Jun-20:3B
"Gaming Board OKs loan for Isle of Capri hotel", 97-Dec-10:1B
"Gaming board OKs wider aisles at Horseshoe", 97-Aug-12:1B
"Gaming Board to review casino donations to schools", 97-Nov-19:1A
"Loan OK expected for Isle of Capri hotel", 97-Dec-09:1A
"Members of gaming board questioned about EWE probe", 97-Jun-08:1A
"Mijalis lawsuit against gaming board stays alive", 97-Oct-09:1B
"Regulators: Isle's owner owes $6M", 97-Mar-12:1B
"Shreveporter adds to Gaming Board challenge", 97-Oct-08:4B
"State board in no hurry to award last license", 97-Jan-14:1B
La.State-Government
"Foster: State must keep penny sales tax", 97-Jan-09:1B
"La. may lose $200M in Medicaid funds", 97-Jan-16:1B
"State boasts surprise surplus", 97-May-28:1A
La.State-Police
"Bossier officer to receive honor 72 years after death", 97-Feb-07:2B
"Casino ads in troopers' magazine spark debate", 97-Feb-27:1A
"Concealed weapons on rise in state", 97-Feb-10:3B
"La. troopers crack down on drugs", 97-May-04:1A
"Labrador takes guesswork out of drug searches", 97-Oct-11:1B
"Louisiana State Police kick off campaign for highway safety", 97-May-21:1B
"New laws speed our way", 97-Aug-14:1A
"Officer to be honored 72 years after death", 97-Aug-27:1B
"Permit applicants motivated by safety", 97-Feb-10:3B
"State Police aircraft go after speeders, drugs", 97-Sep-29:1B
"Thousand apply for gun permits", 97-Feb-10:1A
"Troop G gives away two child car seats in recognition of safety week", 97-Feb-15:3B
"Troop G undergoes gun training", 97-Nov-03:1A
La.State-Supreme Court
"Court overturns death sentence", 97-Jul-02:4B
"New Orleans seizes Flamingo", 97-Oct-02:1A
"Retired La. high court judge dies at 76", 97-Sep-12:5B
Lake Bistineau
"Beauty one attraction of state park", 97-Aug-31:10D
"Bistineau crests below record mark", 97-Apr-12:1A
"Bistineau dam, spillway work delayed", 97-Nov-28:1B
"Board delays vote on Bistineau plan", 97-Jun-04:3B
"Health officials want to protect Lake Bistineau from raw sewage", 97-Jun-03:1B
"Lake Bistineau still rising", 97-Apr-10:1B
"Parishes want to unite to stop pollution", 97-Jun-22:1B
"Parks highlight insects, battles", 97-Nov-19:1D
"Police jury to hear lake cleanup plan", 97-Jun-01:1A
Landrieu, Sen. Mary
"Accord sought in Senate probe", 97-Jul-16:3B
"Attorneys: Probe some of Jenkins' allegations", 97-Apr-09:1A
"Baton Rouge DA questions operative for Jenkins", 97-Jul-22:5B
"Bill rises as challenge continues", 97-Sep-24:3B
"Chairman seeks end to Landrieu case", 97-Apr-12:3B
"Committee to extend Senate probe", 97-Aug-01:3B
"Congress has tough time settling election fights", 97-Jul-21:5B
"Corruption at center of Senate challenge", 97-Apr-08:1B
"Daschle promises to slow down Senate work for election probe", 97-Sep-04:5B
"Democrats leave La. election probe", 97-Jun-26:5B
"Election hearings start today in N.O.", 97-Aug-13:1A
"Election probe goes nowhere", 97-Jul-10:2B
"Election probe likely", 97-Apr-16:1A
"Focus on education pleases La. lawmakers", 97-Feb-05:8A
"Foster meets with Senate investigators", 97-May-14:4B
"Give up Senate probe, poll states", 97-Aug-06:5B
"GOP leader says continue with election investigation", 97-Jul-28:5B
"GOP pushes ahead in investigation of Landrieu election", 97-Aug-08:1B
"GOP will assist in Landrieu probe", 97-May-03:1A
"History-making Landrieu seated 'without prejudice'", 97-Jan-08:1A
"Investigation continues, but some wonder why", 97-Aug-17:7B
"Investigators say some Jenkins' charges true", 97-Jan-07:1B
"Investigators subpoena records of Landrieu, Jenkins", 97-Jun-03:3B
"Jenkins evidence not enough, attorneys say", 97-Apr-11:5B
"Jenkins files new charges of voter fraud", 97-Feb-08:1B
"Jenkins hasn't repaid state for Senate challenge", 97-Nov-21:1B
"Jenkins pushes changes in state election laws", 97-Mar-11:5B
"Jenkins seeks financial help with expense of challenge", 97-Nov-01:3B
"Jenkins spends $340,000 on probe", 97-Aug-24:6B
"Jenkins turns over evidence", 97-Jun-10:5B
"Jenkins workers' testimony sought", 97-Jul-12:1A
"La. election case sparks new probe", 97-Aug-14:1A
"La. U.S. House members rally for Senate election probe", 97-Feb-14:2B
"Landrieu argues against investigation", 97-Apr-22:1B
"Landrieu cracks 'icebreaker' year", 97-Nov-17:1A
"Landrieu election probe could end next week", 97-Sep-25:3B
"Landrieu opens N.O. office, expects to remain senator", 97-Jan-11:3B
"Landrieu probe may soon end", 97-Sep-05:3B
"Landrieu ready to battle Jenkins to hang onto her Senate seat", 97-Mar-24:5B
"Landrieu requests pay back", 97-Oct-17:1B
"Landrieu says Foster is biased about probe", 97-Apr-19:1B
"Landrieu seeks to stop Jenkins' challenge", 97-Jan-18:1B
"Landrieu studies Ledbetter crime", 97-Feb-20:1A
"Landrieu to appear on TV show today", 97-Nov-05:1B
"Landrieu to back budget amendment", 97-Feb-26:1A
"Landrieu to visit Ledbetter Heights", 97-Feb-17:1B
"Landrieu tours Barksdale", 97-Aug-10:1B
"Landrieu undecided about abortion bill", 97-Mar-08:3B
"Landrieu videotapes school in Natchitoches", 97-May-31:3B
"Landrieu visits family", 97-Aug-10:2B
"Landrieu wants Krewe to let women in", 97-Dec-22:5B
"Landrieu won't say how she'll vote on budget amendment", 97-Feb-18:2B
"Landrieu, husband adopt a baby girl", 97-Jul-09:3B
"Landrieu, Jenkins won't be repaid", 97-Nov-06:1A
"Landrieu: 'Phantom votes' are mostly accounted for", 97-Mar-26:5B
"Landrieu: Most 'phantom votes' accounted for", 97-Jun-06:3B
"Landrieu: Nobody better suited for Vatican than Lindy Boggs", 97-Sep-24:4B
"Landrieu: Restrict abortions", 97-May-14:1A
"Landrieu: Senate probe should be shut down", 97-Jul-08:3B
"Lawyers get extra month to review Senate vote", 97-Mar-01:1B
"Legal team investigating Senate race has GOP ties", 97-Apr-28:4B
"Members of congress list their net worth", 97-Jun-14:3B
"Mrs. Jenkins: Tapes prove fraud", 97-Mar-14:1B
"No wrongdoing uncovered by election probe", 97-Aug-15:1A
"Officials to begin Senate election probe", 97-May-10:2B
"Opinion splits on Senate challenge", 97-Apr-17:2B
"Panel OKs highway program", 97-Nov-10:1A
"Plant to get 2nd tenant", 97-Jul-30:8B
"Political group responds to investigation", 97-Aug-09:3B
"Probe panel to share voting data with state", 97-Oct-02:3B
"Rash of lawsuits continues", 97-Sep-12:3B
"Senate election squabble halts panels", 97-Sep-24:3B
"Senate ends Landrieu probe", 97-Oct-02:1A
"Senate investigation remains deadlocked", 97-Jul-23:5B
"Senate race probe called GOP payback", 97-Apr-22:7B
"Senator returns to New Orleans to continue probe", 97-Aug-27:2B
"Senators seek school funding", 97-May-12:1A
"Senators vote for full probe", 97-Apr-18:1A
"Senators work to preserve child tax credits", 97-Jul-16:1B
"Son, husband and even the dog upstage Landrieu in Washington", 97-Mar-16:7B
"TV station asks Landrieu to resign", 97-Feb-28:3B
"Voice vote may decide status of Landrieu probe", 97-Oct-01:1A
"Voter fraud witness dismissed", 97-Jul-24:5B
"Warner says La. election laws broken", 97-Aug-28:4B
"When will investigation end?", 97-Aug-03:5B
Ledbetter Heights
"Residents optimistic about community's future", 97-May-12:1A
"Town meeting set in neighborhoods", 97-Apr-20:1B
Ledbetter, Huddie "Lead Belly"
"Mooringsport prepares for Lead Belly celebration", 97-Oct-06:1D
Lighthouse
"Lighthouse awarded grant", 97-Jul-10:1B
Louisiana-Association of Educators
"School support workers pushing for raises", 97-Jan-20:1A
"Teachers raise their hopes for pay hike", 97-Jan-11:1A
Louisiana-Baptists
"Baptists unanimous in presidential vote", 97-Nov-12:1B
"Shreveport native expected to win Baptist post", 97-Nov-11:1B
"Southern Baptists to select president", 97-Nov-10:1A
"State Baptist leader denounces gambling", 97-Jul-22:1B
Louisiana-Downs
"'Deputy' takes command of derby", 97-Sep-29:1A
"A silent spring", 97-Jun-10:1C
"As gambling prevails, horse racing dies", 97-Nov-16:1D
"Back where it all began", 97-Jul-03:1C
"Bossier City to celebrate in spirit of St. Patrick", 97-Mar-13:1A
"Bossier continues support of gaming", 97-Oct-19:1A
"Crowds at LaDowns keeps turnstiles spinning", 97-Jul-05:1A
"Derby downsizes", 97-Sep-28:1D
"Derby favorite ready", 97-Sep-26:1C
"Despite adversity, 1997 LaDowns meeting a success", 97-Nov-15:2B
"Foster signs slots-at-tracks bill", 97-Jul-18:3B
"Horse track's revenues back in black", 97-Mar-09:1A
"Horsemen support slots at LaDowns", 97-Sep-09:1A
"Improving horseflesh a good, subtle start for track", 97-Jul-27:1D
"Isle of Capri withdraws Super Derby sponsorship", 97-Feb-22:1A
"It's a race to the finish line", 97-Jul-28:1A
"It's a Super rematch at LaDowns", 97-Sep-25:1C
"LaDowns back to life", 97-Jul-04:1C
"LaDowns enjoys bigger purses", 97-Sep-28:1A
"LaDowns gallops to fast pace", 97-Jul-08:1C
"LaDowns looks at more festivals after success of weekend event", 97-Mar-17:1B
"LaDowns loses power for an hour", 97-Jul-04:3B
"LaDowns pushes for slots vote", 97-Jul-02:1A
"LaDowns racing for slots", 97-Feb-12:1A
"LaDowns remains upbeat", 97-Sep-30:1C
"LaDowns slots placed on Oct. 19 election ballot", 97-Jul-03:2B
"LaDowns surpasses expectations", 97-May-04:6D
"LaDowns to hold job fair for summer", 97-May-30:8B
"LaDowns to start slots preparations", 97-Oct-20:1A
"LaDowns wants to add slot machines", 97-Jan-31:1A
"LaDowns' GM likes final race figures", 97-Nov-18:1C
"Live racing returns", 97-Jul-04:1A
"Lone Star Park may aid LaDowns", 97-Apr-17:1A
"More rides for Downs jockeys", 97-Jul-13:1D
"Off-track setting", 97-Jul-12:1C
"Panel backs slot machines at LaDowns", 97-Apr-16:1B
"Racetrack slot machine measure to become law", 97-Jun-25:5B
"Ready to Run--horses have race-day rituals to follow", 97-Aug-08:1C
"Slot machines at horse track might become explosive issue", 97-Feb-26:4B
"Slots at LaDowns in peril", 97-Dec-04:1A
"Slots note comes to the wire", 97-Oct-15:1A
"St. Patrick's Day Festival and Fair", 97-Mar-14:3E
"Thoroughbreds back at track", 97-Jul-05:1C
"Top jockeys to be aboard Derby horses", 97-Sep-27:1C
"Video poker money to pump up LaDowns purses", 97-Aug-30:1B
"Voters support slots at LaDowns", 97-Aug-05:1A
"Who needs a sheriff?", 97-Sep-29:1C
Louisiana-Economy
"Compressors plant to early triple in size", 97-Feb-17:6B
"Economist: Textiles will continue to dwindle in La.", 97-Aug-10:5B
"Flooding blamed for exports' fall", 97-Nov-03:6B
"Hundreds apply at Arcadia chicken plant", 97-Jan-28:1A
"It's time for the state to live up to its word", 97-Nov-09:1C
"Job applications top 2,000 mark in Arcadia", 97-Jan-30:2B
"La. jobless benefits to increase", 97-Sep-20:8B
"La. jobs up 24,400 over year", 97-Aug-26:8B
"La. may enjoy prosperous '98", 97-Dec-26:6B
"Massive industry opening soon in Natchitoches", 97-Sep-10:8B
"State jobless rate holds steady", 97-Nov-26:8B
"State reneges on $1M local deal", 97-Nov-09:1A
"State's economy could lure national banks", 97-Oct-22:6B
"Taylor plywood mill will close today", 97-Jul-24:8B
"Thousands in Louisiana lose jobs", 97-Nov-12:8B
Louisiana-Education
"18 school systems to attend education summit today in Monroe", 97-Jan-24:1A
"2-year degrees hot in job market", 97-Jul-08:1A
"Additional state revenue expected", 97-May-27:5B
"Aid process hinders college students", 97-Jul-19:1A
"Area colleges, universities get $22.6 million from state", 97-Jun-24:3B
"Area urged to aid education", 97-Aug-06:3B
"Array of bills tackles education", 97-May-19:7B
"Audit finds college aid faulty", 97-Oct-21:1A
"Bill would create exit exam for 4th, 8th grades", 97-Apr-03:1A
"Bill would reward universities' performance financially", 97-Mar-29:2B
"Bill would toughen college standards", 97-Apr-15:1B
"Black colleges aim high", 97-Dec-14:1A
"Building repair list adds up", 97-Mar-29:2B
"Charter school board turned down", 97-Jun-11:5B
"College freshman enrollment is up", 97-Sep-30:1B
"College remedial programs in danger", 97-Apr-06:1A
"College tuition surcharge pegged to technology", 97-Jun-06:3B
"Colleges attracting more blacks", 97-Apr-04:1A
"Colleges respond to audit request", 97-Oct-22:1B
"Colleges to streamline future course offerings", 97-Dec-17:1A
"Colleges underscore anti-hazing", 97-Oct-20:1B
"Community college plan gets nod", 97-Apr-04:2B
"Do La. teachers pass the test?", 97-Apr-26:1A
"Education bills survive questioning", 97-May-31:3B
"Education bills tax lawmakers", 97-May-25:5B
"Education chief, senator spar over K-3 reading money", 97-Aug-23:1A
"Education group prepares for summit", 97-Jan-19:1A
"Education may lose session spotlight", 97-Feb-07:1A
"Education officials will defend accountability program", 97-Jun-27:3B
"Education proposals altered", 97-Jun-11:1B
"Education reform: A Times Special Report", 97-Mar-26:1A
"Education reform: A Times special report", 97-Mar-29:1A
"Education reform: The schools", 97-Mar-28:2B
"Education reform: The students", 97-Mar-26:3B
"Education reform: The teachers", 97-Mar-27:2B
"Education spending lags in classroom", 97-Mar-13:3B
"Education summit creates hope for real reform", 97-Jan-26:2B
"Education wins in Senate", 97-Jun-19:5B
"Educator: Make panel proactive", 97-Nov-02:1B
"Educator: Plan to raise teachers' pay not enough", 97-Mar-07:1B
"Educators seek public input on new academic standards", 97-Feb-21:2B
"Educators wish for more aid", 97-Jun-24:3B
"Educators' agenda: Reform, pay raises, reading program", 97-Feb-01:1A
"Enrollment grows at most La. colleges", 97-Sep-23:2B
"Foster drops 1 cent tax push", 97-May-22:1A
"Foster finds tax opposition in Legislature", 97-Jan-30:1A
"Foster hires ex-legislator to revamp sex-education program", 97-Nov-07:1A
"Foster hit for vague session plans", 97-Feb-08:1B
"Foster promises salary to education", 97-Oct-15:1A
"Foster pushes education reform", 97-Oct-09:5B
"Foster says more funds needed for at-risk kids", 97-Jan-23:2B
"Foster to take his plan to the public", 97-Jan-31:1A
"Foster wants to pour $75M into schools for computers", 97-Jan-24:1A
"Foster's education bills shelved until next week", 97-Apr-04:1B
"Foster's plan touted as fix for higher education", 97-Jan-28:2B
"Free degree tempting to La. students", 97-Jul-04:1A
"Funding a college education", 97-May-14:1A
"Gender gap hits rolls", 97-Jul-09:1A
"Glitches stall college program", 97-Jul-11:1A
"Governor lauds education moves; teachers leery", 97-Jun-25:1A
"Governor's school reform agenda a hit with local officials", 97-Jan-23:4A
"Higher ed restructuring passes", 97-Apr-23:1B
"Hold schools accountable?", 97-Mar-28:2B
"House committee votes to lengthen school year", 97-Apr-10:5B
"Keeping more students in area colleges", 97-Mar-18:1A
"La. ACT results are misleading", 97-Aug-13:1A
"La. among states setting higher standards", 97-Jul-29:1A
"La. attracts foreign Students", 97-Sep-15:5B
"La. children not reading up to grade level", 97-Dec-10:1A
"La. doing better on the SAT", 97-Aug-29:1A
"La. education funds roll in", 97-Jul-26:1A
"La. schools again score poor grades", 97-Jan-17:1A
"La. schools depend more on federal, state dollars", 97-Apr-14:1A
"La. students get low marks on math test", 97-Feb-28:1A
"La. teachers not held liable, group claims", 97-Nov-30:1A
"La. teaching students recruited by Texas", 97-Nov-05:1A
"La. to organize higher education", 97-Oct-10:1A
"LEARN studies ways to split grant funds", 97-Jan-16:5B
"Legislators debate the site of proposed arts high school", 97-May-27:1A
"Legislators focus on education bills", 97-Apr-26:2B
"Louisiana looking at options to judge school performance", 97-Jan-22:4B
"Louisiana officials kick off college savings program", 97-Jun-19:3B
"Louisiana schools seeking certified teachers", 97-Apr-21:1A
"Math money lost in spending shuffle", 97-Sep-14:1A
"Math scores improve on SAT, verbal scores remain same", 97-Aug-27:6A
"Measure pushes school accountability", 97-Apr-09:5B
"Mission: Education reform", 97-Jan-25:1A
"New college savings plan awaits La. residents", 97-Apr-13:1A
"New state school board idea resurfaces", 97-Oct-25:3B
"Officials look at educating teachers", 97-Oct-29:2A
"Officials share their views", 97-Jan-25:2B
"Oil City LEAP scores voided", 97-Sep-18:1A
"Panel approves scholarship plan", 97-May-30:5B
"Panel backs charter school growth", 97-Apr-25:1B
"Parent tells of problems in La. public schools", 97-Sep-24:4B
"Parts of education plan advance", 97-May-16:5B
"Poll: Foster's education plan wins support", 97-Jan-23:1A
"President of Trustees is asked to resign", 97-Nov-14:2B
"Professors want more money", 97-Jul-22:1A
"Programs target reading skills", 97-Mar-26:2B
"Race may factor in fate of duplicated programs", 97-Oct-10:2A
"Reading programs are state's priority, education chief says", 97-Jan-25:2B
"Representatives criticize college tuition breaks", 97-Apr-24:1B
"Retiring teachers could leave state in a bind", 97-Mar-17:1A
"Revamped scholarship plan gets unanimous Senate OK", 97-Jun-10:5B
"Salaries top educators' agenda", 97-Dec-01:1A
"School may be in session extra week", 97-Apr-16:5B
"School support workers pushing for raises", 97-Jan-20:1A
"Senate kills bill for a single board", 97-Apr-16:5B
"Senate OKs teacher pay hike", 97-Jun-22:1A
"Senate panel OKs pieces of education reform plan", 97-Jun-06:3B
"Senate to decide education board fate", 97-Apr-11:5B
"Senators seek school funding", 97-May-12:1A
"Seniors fall short on state exit exam", 97-May-19:1A
"Shreveport vies for education conference", 97-Mar-10:1B
"Slots measure clears Senate", 97-Jun-23:1A
"State charter school plan receives little response", 97-Dec-27:1A
"State debates use of education money for bureaucracy", 97-Sep-13:1A
"State dropout rate increases", 97-Jul-25:5B
"State education chief now refuses to defend the current system", 97-Mar-11:5B
"State seeks accountability", 97-May-15:1A
"State setting new education goals", 97-Feb-22:1A
"State studies international education", 97-Sep-03:1B
"State to examine math, science programs", 97-Sep-04:1B
"State's teachers rally at Capitol", 97-May-01:1A
"Students enticed to teach", 97-Oct-29:1A
"Students face tougher exams under proposal", 97-Sep-21:6B
"Students may be cut from loan program", 97-Nov-13:1B
"Students may bear costs of upgrades", 97-Jun-18:1A
"Task force to set up new system", 97-Nov-22:1A
"Teacher pay hike near?", 97-May-13:1A
"Teacher pay hike--too little, too late?", 97-Mar-27:1A
"Teacher raise plan equals more work", 97-Jan-23:1B
"Teacher raises up for debate", 97-Aug-20:1B
"Teacher unions prepare for political squabble", 97-Mar-02:4B
"Teachers may face more work days", 97-Jun-02:1A
"Teachers must give to get", 97-Aug-20:1A
"Teachers totally for Foster's plan", 97-Apr-30:1B
"Teachers: State needs to sacrifice", 97-Aug-21:2B
"Tests to raise educational standards", 97-May-25:1A
"The life of a third-grade teacher", 97-Mar-27:3B
"Top graduates leave state to seek higher educations", 97-May-19:1A
"Tuition tax credit to ring in New Year", 97-Dec-22:1A
"Voters optimistic about reforms", 97-Dec-05:3B
"What's in store for BPCC", 97-Mar-29:2B
"Who controls the future of BPCC?", 97-Mar-29:1A
Louisiana-Environment
"Board ruling may doom uranium plant", 97-May-03:3B
"Chemical barge flipped, moved", 97-Mar-29:4B
"Chemicals found in state aquifer", 97-Nov-08:3B
"Chevron wants judge removed from hearing pollution suit", 97-Aug-08:3B
"EPA postpones chemical plant decision", 97-Sep-01:5B
"EPA won't stop chemical plant", 97-Aug-15:5B
"Fishermen fret over algae bloom", 97-Jul-30:3B
"Global warming may hurt Louisiana", 97-Dec-01:1A
"Global warming will hurt state, environmentalists say", 97-Oct-04:3B
"Global warming wipes out wetlands", 97-Dec-14:21A
"Group wants to resurrect uranium plant", 97-May-28:1B
"Guidelines to expand wetland protection", 97-Jan-26:5B
"La. study: Anderson Islanders not at risk", 97-Oct-25:1A
"Louisiana not healthy to live in; ranks last", 97-Oct-07:1A
"Mercury contamination found in bass from Louisiana waters", 97-Jan-01:1B
"NRC asks board to clarify uranium disposal ruling", 97-Sep-04:3B
"Oil spill leads to fishermens' lawsuit", 97-Jul-31:3B
"Parishes want to unite to stop pollution", 97-Jun-22:1B
"Partner may leave uranium enrichment project", 97-Jul-02:1B
"Pipeline rupture threatens marshlands", 97-May-19:7B
"State agencies will check town's health", 97-Oct-04:2B
"State looks to curb wetlands depletion", 97-Jul-27:8D
"State wins wetland funding", 97-Dec-30:3B
"Stations stall tank replacement", 97-Jul-12:1A
"Tanker accident in Homer", 97-Jun-06:1A
"Toxins in water near Stonewall stir new concern", 97-Dec-23:1A
Louisiana-Highways
"Officials decide route for Inner Loop extension", 97-Nov-25:1A
"Politics dictated state highway program, legislators told", 97-Nov-19:4B
"Potholes plague urban highways", 97-Sep-17:1A
Louisiana-Legislature
"'Scarlet Letter' legislation rejected", 97-Mar-19:5B
"3 area lawmakers late with state income tax", 97-Jan-15:1A
"70 mph puts state in fast lane", 97-Jun-24:1A
"Abortion-rights groups look at new laws", 97-Jun-27:3B
"Additional state revenue expected", 97-May-27:5B
"Adoption law gets Foster's OK", 97-Jul-11:2B
"Amendment approved for public input bill", 97-Jun-12:5B
"Anti-divorce bill defeated in Senate", 97-May-07:3B
"Area youths share views on bills before legislators", 97-Apr-12:1A
"Array of bills tackles education", 97-May-19:7B
"ATMs will stay in area casinos", 97-Apr-15:1A
"Auto insurance cut gets OK", 97-Jun-24:3B
"BESE would lose power under amendment bill", 97-May-15:3B
"Bill adds restrictions on police stops", 97-Jun-06:5B
"Bill could open up gambling records", 97-Jun-17:3B
"Bill expands grounds for firing tenured teachers", 97-May-30:5B
"Bill may toughen standards on statewide education tests", 97-May-11:1A
"Bill on Bossier casino vote will go before committee", 97-May-14:3B
"Bill to ban computer gambling shifted to conference committee", 97-Jun-23:5B
"Bill to put slots at horse tracks sidetracked", 97-Jun-13:3B
"Bill would ban welfare checks at casinos", 97-Jun-07:3B
"Bill would double lawmakers' pay", 97-Mar-26:1A
"Bill would force casinos to back horse tracks", 97-May-19:1A
"Bill would give board control of universities", 97-Apr-03:3B
"Bill would let casino vendors make political contributions", 97-Jan-26:1A
"Bill would make video poker off limits to under-21 crowd", 97-Apr-09:1A
"Bill would put an end to packed buses", 97-May-07:3B
"Bill would raise driving age", 97-Apr-08:1B
"Bill would reduce state fees for casino licenses", 97-May-14:1B
"Bill would require public say before issue put to vote", 97-May-26:5B
"Bill would reward universities' performance financially", 97-Mar-29:2B
"Bill would scrap state auto-safety inspections", 97-Mar-24:1B
"Bill would toughen college standards", 97-Apr-15:1B
"Bills to raise interstate speed limits to 70, 80 mph pass House panel", 97-Apr-02:3B
"Bills would force labels on gambling ads", 97-May-16:5B
"Both sides working on auto insurance compromise", 97-May-20:5B
"BPCC budget cut $1.3 million", 97-Jun-11:4B
"BPCC transfer to state gets Senate's backing", 97-May-20:1B
"Budget juggling would allow penny sales tax to expire", 97-May-06:3B
"Business leaders push penny sales tax", 97-Jan-17:3B
"Callers disapprove of legislators' pay raise", 97-Jun-23:1B
"Car insurance war of words continues", 97-May-06:3B
"Carjacker bill gets Senate's approval", 97-Jun-06:1B
"Changes in 'good time' law means even earlier releases for some", 97-Aug-12:5B
"Charter school board turned down", 97-Jun-11:5B
"Charter schools, speed limit hike stall", 97-Jun-20:3B
"Chemical castration bill advances", 97-May-28:1B
"Children may be banned from pickup beds", 97-Jun-10:5B
"City, parish wage laws may be blocked", 97-Jun-06:5B
"College remedial programs in danger", 97-Apr-06:1A
"Commission to decide if '97 graduates can get new state scholarships", 97-Aug-09:3B
"Committee advances casino contract", 97-Jun-04:3B
"Committee approves ban on gay marriages", 97-Apr-16:5B
"Committee may block charter school plan", 97-Apr-17:5B
"Committee OKs BESE abolition", 97-Apr-03:3B
"Committee OKs hike in speed limit", 97-May-14:3B
"Committees question parole board nominees", 97-Jun-22:5B
"Community agenda", 97-Mar-30:17A
"Community college plan gets nod", 97-Apr-04:2B
"Constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriages falls short", 97-Apr-22:7B
"Construction budget process includes more state projects", 97-Mar-31:1A
"Controversial bills await votes", 97-May-25:5B
"Curb smoking, panel urged", 97-Jan-23:5B
"Deadbeats could cost La. $190M", 97-Oct-31:1A
"Debate over same-sex marriages", 97-May-09:3B
"Desecraters of churches targeted", 97-Mar-09:1B
"Did your legislators vote?", 97-Jul-13:1A
"Discipline in schools a hot topic", 97-Jun-09:1A
"Driving age increase gets legislative OK", 97-Jun-18:1B
"Drug testing prompts some heated debate", 97-May-09:3B
"Education bills survive questioning", 97-May-31:3B
"Education bills tax lawmakers", 97-May-25:5B
"Education may lose session spotlight", 97-Feb-07:1A
"Education proposals altered", 97-Jun-11:1B
"Education reform: a Times special report", 97-Mar-28:1A
"Education reform: the teachers", 97-Mar-27:2B
"Education wins in Senate", 97-Jun-19:5B
"Educators pursue degrees, rest period", 97-May-30:1A
"Educators wish for more aid", 97-Jun-24:3B
"Ethics board procedures may be unconstitutional", 97-May-15:3B
"Expanded power for Regents receives final OK from Legislature", 97-Jun-20:3B
"Fair Grounds could lose its parking fees", 97-May-21:1A
"FBI questions Hollywood bill", 97-May-16:1B
"Ferry-closing idea causes uproar", 97-Jan-20:3B
"Floor leaders see no conflict in Foster's son doing casino work", 97-Feb-05:5B
"Forestry measure advances", 97-Jun-23:5B
"Foster adjusts insurance package", 97-May-13:3B
"Foster administration hopes to raise number of charter schools", 97-Mar-28:2B
"Foster claims 'ultimate battle'", 97-Apr-12:3B
"Foster considers tax on health-care providers", 97-Jan-30:1B
"Foster disappointed in rejection of parole member", 97-Jun-25:5B
"Foster doesn't pitch sales tax renewal", 97-Apr-01:3B
"Foster drops 1 cent tax push", 97-May-22:1A
"Foster faces tough legislative week", 97-Apr-14:5B
"Foster finds tax opposition in Legislature", 97-Jan-30:1A
"Foster hit for vague session plans", 97-Feb-08:1B
"Foster insurance plan delayed again", 97-Apr-23:1A
"Foster is optimistic about a successful legislature session", 97-Mar-30:3B
"Foster keeps area projects", 97-Jul-17:2B
"Foster likely to delay special session", 97-Feb-13:1B
"Foster rarely uses veto power", 97-Jul-08:1A
"Foster seeks insurers' support", 97-Apr-10:1A
"Foster signs auto insurance, other new bills", 97-Jul-16:3B
"Foster signs bill allowing drug testing", 97-Jul-17:2B
"Foster signs bill to require details on political spending", 97-Jul-08:3B
"Foster to call special session in February", 97-Jan-10:1A
"Foster tries to pressure lawmakers into backing renewal of sales tax", 97-Feb-17:5B
"Foster wants to pour $75M into schools for computers", 97-Jan-24:1A
"Foster's achievements fade as Legislature progresses", 97-Jun-16:5B
"Foster's car insurance measure crashes in House committee", 97-May-01:5B
"Foster's education bills shelved until next week", 97-Apr-04:1B
"Foster's education plan lacks adequate funds, some senators say", 97-Jun-09:7B
"Foster: Penny tax may return", 97-Oct-23:1A
"Free degree tempting to La. students", 97-Jul-04:1A
"Funding a college education", 97-May-14:1A
"Gaming election clarification approved", 97-Jun-19:5B
"Gaming-related bills heading for Senate debate", 97-Jun-11:5B
"Governor lauds education moves; teachers leery", 97-Jun-25:1A
"Governor lays out his legislative agenda", 97-Apr-01:1B
"Governor seeks voters' help in saving auto insurance bill", 97-Apr-16:1A
"Governor signs pay raise bill", 97-Jun-28:3B
"Here's list of activity in La. Legislature Friday", 97-Jun-21:3B
"Higher ed restructuring passes", 97-Apr-23:1B
"Homestead exemption hike gets panel's OK", 97-May-06:3B
"Horse track slots win in committee", 97-Jun-06:3B
"Hotel tax could pay for area tourism efforts", 97-Jun-03:3B
"House agrees to raise lawmakers' paychecks", 97-Apr-30:3B
"House approves abortion effort", 97-Jun-17:3B
"House approves bill empowering regents", 97-Jun-03:3B
"House committee OKs state construction budget", 97-May-20:5B
"House committee votes to lengthen school year", 97-Apr-10:5B
"House kills bill that would have ID's DWI cars", 97-May-17:1B
"House kills college tuition hikes", 97-Apr-22:7B
"House OKs changes for Supreme Court", 97-May-07:3B
"House OKs measure that could jail drivers without auto insurance", 97-Jun-07:3B
"House OKs slots at tracks", 97-Jun-17:1A
"House passes bill to raise La. speed limits to 75 mph", 97-Apr-08:1A
"House passes plan for legislative budget", 97-Jun-10:5B
"House to discuss work-force development", 97-Apr-07:3B
"House wants 'parity' between physical, mental health", 97-Apr-15:5B
"How legislation fared during session", 97-Jun-24:2B
"Impounding measures aimed at state's uninsured motorists", 97-May-15:1A
"Impoundment bill to get Foster's OK", 97-Jun-25:5B
"Inmates to build fence at Governor's Mansion", 97-Nov-25:2B
"Insurance bills pass house", 97-May-31:1A
"Insurers wade into no-fault bill battle", 97-Apr-11:1A
"La. commissioner: Change driving habits to lower insurance", 97-Mar-30:2B
"La. senator's bill would outlaw marriages of the same sex", 97-Feb-24:1A
"Law would be difficult to enforce, experts say", 97-Apr-03:1B
"Law would toughen consequences of drinking and driving", 97-Jun-22:1B
"Lawmaker aims to lift limitations on use of crossbows", 97-Mar-17:1A
"Lawmaker assails legislative committee system", 97-May-17:3B
"Lawmakers abandon bills for the military", 97-May-26:1B
"Lawmakers agree on boost pay", 97-Jun-22:5B
"Lawmakers could see pay boost", 97-Jun-19:5B
"Lawmakers face June 23 deadline", 97-Jun-15:1A
"Lawmakers pushing to raise driving age", 97-Jan-17:5B
"Lawmakers seek way around special session", 97-Jun-10:5B
"Lawmakers to debate partial-birth abortions", 97-Mar-30:2B
"Lawmakers to discuss budget bill this week", 97-May-05:5B
"Lawmakers want to limit power of BESE", 97-Feb-25:1B
"Lawmakers want to track gambling-related crimes", 97-Jun-09:1B
"Legislation goes past intention, Bean says", 97-Jul-02:5B
"Legislation may open child abuse records", 97-Mar-24:1A
"Legislator: High school diplomas should gain prisoners early release", 97-Jan-21:4B
"Legislators aren't banking on raise", 97-May-19:1B
"Legislators debate the site of proposed arts high school", 97-May-27:1A
"Legislators dress up for session's opening day", 97-Apr-01:3B
"Legislators focus on education bills", 97-Apr-26:2B
"Legislators muddled over budget", 97-Mar-05:1B
"Legislature bill would name Cross Lake bridge for MLK", 97-Mar-10:1B
"Legislature expected to tackle no-fault auto insurance", 97-Jan-10:1B
"Legislature is poised for crime reform", 97-Mar-22:1A
"Legislature looks into deer fencing", 97-Aug-31:10D
"Legislature OKs slots at tracks", 97-Jun-24:1B
"Legislature to take up increases in special session", 97-Jan-11:1A
"Legislature wants to dissolve levee districts", 97-Apr-22:7B
"Legislature won't tackle forfeiture law", 97-Jan-23:5B
"Legislature: Lots of bills left, little time", 97-Jun-05:1A
"Legislatures' pay raises cost $6M for taxpayers", 97-Sep-07:1A
"Lemon law for pets sours", 97-Jun-07:3B
"List shows status of issues before Louisiana lawmakers", 97-Jun-15:8A
"Locals question reasonability of proposed DWI changes", 97-Feb-10:1A
"Louisiana officials kick off college savings program", 97-Jun-19:3B
"Lower homestead exemption, state legislator suggests", 97-Sep-09:3B
"LSU gains control of charity hospitals", 97-May-07:3B
"LSU technology fee bill advances in House", 97-May-15:3B
"LSUMC pursuing funding", 97-May-14:3B
"LSUMC to tighten belt", 97-Jun-25:5B
"Major projects set for area", 97-Jun-17:3B
"Many hope construction budget won't fall prey to state politics", 97-Mar-31:4B
"Many of the emerging leaders in the Legislature hail from N. La.", 97-Mar-30:3B
"Measure pushes school accountability", 97-Apr-09:5B
"Measure would block underage lottery sales", 97-May-15:3B
"Measure would reveal buyers of big ads", 97-Jun-19:5B
"Medicaid funding", 97-Mar-30:2B
"Mission: Education reform", 97-Jan-25:1A
"Most lawmakers opt for extra money", 97-Jul-17:1A
"N.La. has key role at session", 97-Jun-29:1A
"New law targets drivers without auto insurance", 97-Dec-28:1A
"New laws go into effect this week", 97-Aug-12:5B
"New move is afoot to repeal gambling", 97-Apr-16:5B
"Officials could see pay hike", 97-Jun-13:1A
"Officials may face drug test", 97-Jun-07:1A
"Option proposed to Foster plan", 97-Feb-05:1B
"Over objections, House approves vote for Hollywood Casino project", 97-May-07:2B
"Panel approves BPCC transfer", 97-Apr-11:1B
"Panel approves scholarship plan", 97-May-30:5B
"Panel approves slot-racetrack bill", 97-Apr-18:5B
"Panel backs charter school growth", 97-Apr-25:1B
"Panel backs slot machines at LaDowns", 97-Apr-16:1B
"Panel backs zero tolerance for underage drinking, driving", 97-Jun-11:5B
"Panel begins work on construction plan", 97-May-07:3B
"Panel delays decision on budget till today", 97-Jun-10:5B
"Panel kills video poker repeal", 97-Jun-11:1A
"Panel looks at Foster's work force proposal", 97-Feb-06:5B
"Panel OKs drug testing for state employees", 97-May-15:3B
"Panel OKs insurance bill", 97-Jun-06:2B
"Panel OKs property tax break for elderly", 97-May-21:4B
"Panel yanks legislative raise plan", 97-Jun-05:1B
"Parts of education plan advance", 97-May-16:5B
"Photo ID may be required in war against voter fraud", 97-Apr-18:5B
"Plan Ok'd to divide gambling receipts", 97-May-15:3B
"Plan to boost teacher pay gains support", 97-May-14:1A
"Poll: Foster's education plan wins support", 97-Jan-23:1A
"Potent gambling issues on agenda", 97-Apr-01:1A
"Proposal would pull cash machines from casinos", 97-Jan-25:1A
"Proposed restrictions target teen-agers", 97-Mar-23:1A
"Questions remain after casino bill dies", 97-Jun-24:3B
"Race is on to take over Brun's seat", 97-Oct-05:1B
"Racetrack measure advances", 97-May-21:2B
"Raise for lawmakers clears panel", 97-Apr-18:1B
"Red River Commission bill advances", 97-May-08:3B
"Representatives criticize college tuition breaks", 97-Apr-24:1B
"Revamped scholarship plan gets unanimous Senate OK", 97-Jun-10:5B
"Sales tax renewal in jeopardy", 97-May-20:1A
"School may be in session extra week", 97-Apr-16:5B
"Search and seizure bill approved by House panel", 97-May-09:3B
"Senate backs gaming", 97-Apr-24:1A
"Senate commits to 'covenant marriage'", 97-Jun-17:3B
"Senate committee advances bill to ban all video poker", 97-Apr-02:3B
"Senate committee OKs ban on partial-birth abortions", 97-Apr-23:2B
"Senate group clears path for Hollywood vote", 97-May-16:1A
"Senate handles various redistricting bills", 97-Jun-04:3B
"Senate kills bill for a single board", 97-Apr-16:5B
"Senate kills bill on slots at track", 97-May-15:1A
"Senate likes life terms for cocaine dealers", 97-Jun-19:5B
"Senate OKs auto insurance rebate", 97-Apr-15:5B
"Senate OKs charity system transfer measure", 97-Apr-24:5B
"Senate OKs penalties for hate crimes", 97-May-22:5B
"Senate OKs state budget measure", 97-Jun-14:1B
"Senate OKs teacher pay hike", 97-Jun-22:1A
"Senate panel advances video poker ban", 97-Apr-29:3B
"Senate panel approves expanded charter schools", 97-May-23:1B
"Senate panel draws wish list", 97-Jun-12:5B
"Senate panel OKs charity system transfer", 97-Apr-17:5B
"Senate panel OKs pieces of education reform plan", 97-Jun-06:3B
"Senate panel OKs programs for pre-K", 97-May-23:1A
"Senate panels approve conflicting gaming bills", 97-Apr-22:1A
"Senate passes insurance proposal", 97-Apr-29:1A
"Senate shelves benefits block", 97-May-21:3B
"Senate targets uninsured motorists", 97-Apr-30:1B
"Senate to decide education board fate", 97-Apr-11:5B
"Senate votes to ban late-term abortions", 97-Apr-25:5B
"Senate votes to prohibit video poker", 97-May-07:1A
"Senate would require ID to cast ballots", 97-May-01:5B
"Senator collapses in Capitol during legislative session", 97-May-16:1B
"Senators join to push oil, gas tax", 97-Jan-21:1B
"Senators join to try to oust Ewing, report says", 97-Jan-19:2B
"Senators support drug testing bill", 97-Jun-19:5B
"Shoot-the-car jacker bill OK'd by House", 97-May-06:3B
"Shoot-the-carjacker bill advances in the House", 97-Apr-24:5B
"Sign plan would warn motorists of speed traps", 97-Apr-22:7B
"Slots at tracks bill revived", 97-Jun-03:1A
"Slots measure clears Senate", 97-Jun-23:1A
"Slots-at-tracks bill sent to committee", 97-Jun-21:1A
"State class-action smoking suit certified", 97-Apr-17:5B
"State construction budget gains Senate's approval", 97-Jun-18:3B
"State denies request for May 3 casino vote", 97-Mar-20:1A
"State inheritance taxes to be phased out by 2004", 97-Jun-26:1A
"State legislators ready to dive into more than 2,000 bills", 97-Mar-30:1A
"State legislators will look into questionable traffic stops", 97-Jan-17:3B
"State may pay part of legislators' insurance", 97-Jun-17:3B
"State should stop some ferries, report states", 97-Jan-18:5B
"State to tackle auto insurance reform", 97-Apr-14:1A
"Students may bear costs of upgrades", 97-Jun-18:1A
"Summer reading programs pass first legislative hurdle", 97-May-20:5B
"Teacher pay hike near?", 97-May-13:1A
"Teacher pay hike--too little, too late?", 97-Mar-27:1A
"Teacher raise plan equals more work", 97-Jan-23:1B
"Teachers may face more work days", 97-Jun-02:1A
"Technology leads schools' needs list", 97-Mar-28:3B
"The life of a third-grade teacher", 97-Mar-27:3B
"Thousands of bills await debate", 97-Mar-30:3B
"Tighter marriage bonds approved by committee", 97-Jun-11:5B
"Travel faster", 97-Mar-25:1B
"Two lawsuits filed against new laws", 97-Aug-15:1B
"Vehicle tax break spells less money for schools", 97-Jul-30:1A
"Video poker bill stalled", 97-May-30:1A
"Watchdog group gives Legislature B-plus for session", 97-Jun-28:3B
"Web gambling a crime, but awailable", 97-Sep-08:1A
Louisiana-Lottery
"Daily Millions lottery game to be replaced", 97-Dec-17:5B
"Lottery deposits record amount", 97-Jul-22:1B
"Lottery to spend more on sports", 97-Jul-07:5B
"Merryville ticket wins La. Lotto", 97-Sep-22:1B
"New lottery game starts Sunday", 97-Mar-14:1B
"One ticket wins Louisiana Lotto", 97-May-26:1B
"State lottery small, lucrative", 97-Oct-27:5B
"Two La. tickets match Easy 5", 97-Jul-10:1B
Louisiana-Methodists
"Bishop scolds idle flock", 97-Jun-04:1A
"Communion service celebrates diversity", 97-Jun-05:1B
"Methodists attack racism", 97-Jun-03:1B
"Methodists back new state power structure", 97-Jun-06:1B
"Methodists name new area pastors", 97-Jun-06:2B
"Methodists to look at restructuring", 97-Jun-01:1B
Louisiana-National Guard
"Citizen soldiers give worldwide aid", 97-Nov-8:1A
"National Guard gets new leader", 97-Nov-10:5B
"National Guard taking state officials to Belize", 97-May-20:4B
"Stroud's vision of a military museum is born", 97-Nov-10:5B
Louisiana-Population
"Louisiana stunted by slow population growth", 97-Jan-04:1A
Louisiana-Prisons
"117 state prisoners transferred to Angola", 97-Aug-27:3B
"Flood expenses pile up", 97-Apr-12:5B
"Lawmakers tour juvenile prisons", 97-Sep-04:5B
"Life at Wade tougher for youths", 97-Aug-22:8A
"Lost youth: The high price of teen violence" [series], 97-Apr-20:2B, 97-May-18:1A, 97-May-18:2B, 97-May-18:3B, 97-May-19:1A, 97-May-19:2B, 97-May-19:3B, 97-May-19:4B, 97-May-20:1A, 97-May-20:2B, 97-May-20:3B
"Prisons return to state, local control", 97-Apr-02:1B
"State heavy on prison spending but light on alternatives", 97-May-20:2B
"State takes hard line on lifers", 97-Sep-28:1A
"Workers continue to bolster Angola levees", 97-Mar-29:3B
"Youths await Wade transfer", 97-Aug-22:1A
Louisiana-Redistricting
"Court waits for boundary OK", 97-Aug-11:1B
"Lawsuits to be filed over redistricting", 97-Jan-30:5B
"Man who led redistricting fight won't join in state Senate lawsuit", 97-Jan-29:5B
Louisiana-Republicans
"Ex-governor's brother sues state GOP leadership", 97-Jan-10:5B
"La. GOP representatives give address 2 thumbs up", 97-Jan-21:4A
"Republicans vote to continue suit against Foster", 97-Sep-07:8B
Louisiana-Supreme Court
"8th Supreme Court seat in jeopardy", 97-Feb-22:3B
"La. court to hear auto insurance case on Jan. 23", 97-Dec-11:3B
"Woman will make history in City Court", 97-Aug-30:1B
Louisiana-Tech
"Audit finds college aid faulty", 97-Oct-21:1A
"Grambling, La. Tech to share research grant", 97-Apr-14:1B
"Keeping students on campus", 97-Aug-19:1A
"La. Tech announces quarter's top students", 97-Jul-21:4B
"La. Tech gets $1 million gift", 97-Feb-12:5B
"La. Tech gets endowment money", 97-Sep-06:2B
"La. Tech honors founder", 97-Apr-17:2B
"La. Tech names area students to honor list for winter quarter", 97-Mar-12:3E
"La. Tech names Ruston architect to restore hall", 97-Oct-24:2B
"La. Tech, NSU making use of technology fee", 97-Sep-08:1B
"La.Tech takes regional engineering competition", 97-Mar-30:7B
"Louisiana Tech to present 'The Man of La Mancha'", 97-Apr-09:5D
"Noted journalists selected to fill Louisiana Tech chair", 97-Sep-25:3B
"State seeks accountability", 97-May-15:1A
"Tech confers 684 degrees, honors 2 teachers", 97-May-11:1B
"With downtown revitalization in mind, Bossier City offers buildings to La. Tech", 97-Mar-19:1A
Loyola College Prep
"Loyola copes with suicides", 97-Feb-12:1A
"Loyola Prep honors alumni at homecoming", 97-Oct-29:5E
LSU-Baton Rouge
"Auditor's report criticizes LSU", 97-Jun-14:3B
"Fraternity member exposes self in LSU yearbook", 97-May-05:5B
"LSU chancellor disavows letters backing clemency", 97-Feb-17:3B
"LSU enrollment up 5 percent", 97-Sep-18:2B
"LSU law school chief resigns", 97-Apr-24:3B
"LSU system conducts audit of its law school", 97-Jan-08:5B
"LSU task force to study Greek life", 97-Sep-20:3B
"LSU vet school to study rabies exposure", 97-Aug-15:5B
"Millionaire 'Doc' Pennington Sr. dies", 97-Aug-10:5B
"University panel considers changes in its tuition policy", 97-Jan-25:5B
LSU-Medical Center
"'I'm too excited to talk'", 97-Mar-20:1B
"84% of sixth-graders gamble", 97-Jul-11:1A
"Attendance rules raise ire", 97-Sep-16:2A
"Audit finds college aid faulty", 97-Oct-21:1A
"Construction projects get line of credit", 97-Sep-19:2B
"Demand for physician assistants growing", 97-Nov-01:1A
"Family aids burn center", 97-Aug-20:1B
"Foster wins the transfer of charity hospitals to LSU", 97-May-03:3B
"Health professionals wanted", 97-May-25:1C
"Health, hope held above all", 97-Nov-27:1A
"House committee slashes $47.9 million budget", 97-May-09:1A
"LSU Medical Center regains $13.5 million of state budget cuts", 97-Jun-11:3B
"LSU Medical Center spring graduates", 97-Jun-08:7B
"LSU's lecture requirements fuel debate", 97-Sep-16:1A
"LSUMC booster group in works", 97-Dec-04:1A
"LSUMC can run hospitals better, official asserts", 97-Mar-12:3B
"LSUMC overpays on rent, audit says", 97-Feb-25:1A
"LSUMC pursuing funding", 97-May-14:3B
"LSUMC seeks $48 million from La.", 97-Apr-12:1A
"LSUMC to build $10M center for cancer treatment", 97-Oct-24:1A
"LSUMC to expand cancer center", 97-Aug-03:1A
"LSUMC to tighten belt", 97-Jun-25:5B
"LSUMC unit assists in epilepsy diagnoses", 97-Nov-06:1D
"LSUMC's budget cuts are likely to be restored", 97-Jun-09:7B
"NICU wraps babies in love, care", 97-Oct-12:1E
"Preventable burns frustrate officials", 97-Mar-10:1A
"Procedure could be offered locally soon", 97-Oct-27:1A
"School celebrates 25th anniversary", 97-Aug-17:1B
"Senate likely to give LSUMC more money", 97-May-27:1B
"Senate OKs charity system transfer measure", 97-Apr-24:5B
"Study aims to make sure adult drugs safe for kids", 97-Aug-27:1A
"Summer programs let students prepare for their future careers", 97-Aug-01:1B
LSUS
"'I want to leave a legacy'", 97-Feb-03:1A
"'Real World' stars to visit LSUS", 97-Aug-26:1D
"'Women and the Sacred Arts' subject of literature course", 97-May-23:1D
"A short stay at LSUS?", 97-Mar-16:1D
"Algebra plus calculus equals better understanding", 97-Jan-07:3B
"Amateur athletics lift local economy", 97-Dec-13:1A
"Annual 'Fall Fest' on tap at LSUS", 97-Oct-15:1B
"Area colleges, universities get $22.6 million from state", 97-Jun-24:3B
"Artist to instruct cartooning classes", 97-Feb-12:1D
"Artist to lecture on works at LSUS", 97-Oct-10:1D
"Athletic director experiencing fund-raising futility", 97-Mar-16:6D
"Audit finds college aid faulty", 97-Oct-21:1A
"Before Pilots were blown out, LSUS alumni returned", 97-Apr-25:1C
"Big State gives LSUS the boot", 97-Apr-16:3C
"British comedy club to meet at LSUS", 97-Sep-06:1B
"Bulgaria on the Bayou" [Kyle Pierce], 97-Jul-23:1C
"Businesses sought to employ interns", 97-Aug-10:1C
"Callers support LSUS fee hike for athletics by narrow margin", 97-Mar-18:1C
"Callers vote against hike in LSUS fee", 97-Jan-07:3B
"Catholic students find a home", 97-Sep-13:4B
"Chancellor mentioned in political ad", 97-Dec-11:3B
"Chancellor: Vote is too close to predict", 97-Mar-16:6D
"Changing face of education", 97-Jul-30:1A
"Chris Rock brings humor to LSUS", 97-Apr-18:3D
"Chris Rock to share humor with locals in LSUS show", 97-Apr-07:1D
"Christian rock bank to perform at LSUS", 97-Feb-12:1D
"College prep program allows student to excel", 97-Sep-01:1B
"Colleges attracting more blacks", 97-Apr-04:1A
"Comedian cancels LSUS performance", 97-Feb-27:7D
"Communication fair is a success", 97-Jul-20:1B
"Computer courses offered at LSUS", 97-Feb-02:1C
"Concert to honor LSUS chancellor", 97-Dec-01:1D
"Conference to explore outlook for local economy", 97-Feb-19:8B
"Economic outlook bright for area's major industries", 97-Feb-20:1A
"Effective schools focus of lecture", 97-Sep-24:1B
"Ever Ready Gospel singers to celebrate CD release", 97-Sep-16:1D
"Ex-state representative opens course", 97-Jan-31:5B
"Fears of fighting put a halt to professor's African safari", 97-Jun-16:1B
"Final Round-Up plays at LSUS tonight", 97-Sep-20:3D
"Forum to discuss economic future", 97-Feb-07:8B
"Frustration ended when voting began at LSUS", 97-Mar-23:1D
"Funding for BPCC tops other local schools", 97-May-23:1A
"Gallery to show professor's art" [Don Alexander], 97-Nov-21:1D
"Garden to stand for professor", 97-Jul-15:1D
"Gender gap hits rolls", 97-Jul-09:1A
"Gents lose aim against LSUS", 97-Mar-27:3C
"Groups schedule annual history fair", 97-Feb-07:1B
"Historian to speak today at LSUS", 97-Feb-15:1B
"Historian to talk at battle park", 97-Nov-22:1B
"Historic corridor proposed along Red", 97-Jun-02:3B
"History Fair will offer war re-enactments, displays", 97-Feb-28:1B
"In over his head" [Gary Boucher], 97-Jun-28:1D
"India comes to Bossier", 97-Nov-17:1B
"India Studies Program offers December tour", 97-Oct-12:3B
"Japan Studies exhibit offered at LSUS", 97-Oct-07:3D
"Job outlook good for grads", 97-May-18:1C
"Juvenile crime tests patience of public, panelists say at forum", 97-Apr-04:1A
"Keeping more students in area colleges", 97-Mar-18:1A
"Laird gets nod as LSUS bseball coach", 97-Jun-09:1C
"Leadership banquet planned Saturday", 97-Jun-20:1B
"Lecture at LSUS to focus on school improvement", 97-Nov-09:3B
"Live video satellite conference scheduled", 97-Oct-12:3B
"LSUS athletics fee hike refused", 97-Mar-25:1A
"LSUS business dean resigns", 97-Jul-26:1B
"LSUS celebrates 30 years", 97-Oct-17:1B
"LSUS celebrates women", 97-Oct-28:1D
"LSUS center aims to develop leaders", 97-Apr-21:1D
"LSUS center hosts pioneer Christmas", 97-Dec-07:1B
"LSUS computer glitch lengthens registration", 97-Jan-12:7B
"LSUS division gets $207,633 grant", 97-Jul-21:1B
"LSUS enrollment climbs for first time since 1992", 97-Sep-09:1A
"LSUS falls short at home", 97-Feb-03:4C
"LSUS gives All-American freedom to pick school", 97-Apr-11:1C
"LSUS graduates 250 at spring commencement", 97-May-22:4B
"LSUS graduates 250", 97-May-15:3B
"LSUS graduation to feature official", 97-May-07:1B
"LSUS grant will train community officers", 97-Jun-04:1B
"LSUS homecoming to feature comedian George Wallace", 97-Feb-25:1D
"LSUS lands first USA Weightlifting Developmental Center", 97-Mar-20:1A
"LSUS looks to save time, money by joining conference", 97-Jan-13:1C
"LSUS must know value of athletics exceeds the cost", 97-Mar-21:1C
"LSUS names Dean's, Chancellor's list", 97-Jun-18:3E
"LSUS names new science dean, promotions", 97-May-25:6B
"LSUS plans auction Friday", 97-Nov-20:1B
"LSUS reaps benefits of many grants", 97-Jul-01:1A
"LSUS receives funds for new center", 97-Oct-31:8B
"LSUS receives science grant", 97-Jun-09:1B
"LSUS registration to begin today", 97-Aug-21:1B
"LSUS revamps computer science program", 97-Dec-03:2B
"LSUS schedules lecture series", 97-Jun-25:1D
"LSUS schedules summer art classes", 97-Jun-07:1D
"LSUS sponsors minority lecture", 97-Mar-20:1B
"LSUS sports put to a vote", 97-Mar-16:1A
"LSUS students debate fee hike", 97-Feb-28:1B
"LSUS students earn scholarships", 97-Aug-26:1B
"LSUS teacher dives into sub adventure" [Gary Boucher], 97-Jan-15:1B
"LSUS teacher is tops in state" [Carlos Spaht], 97-Oct-25:1B
"LSUS teams still have playoff possibilities", 97-Mar-03:3C
"LSUS to announce leadership program", 97-Sep-18:1B
"LSUS to honor retired professor", 97-Jul-14:1B
"LSUS to show Japanese film series", 97-Jan-21:1D
"LSUS uses grant to fight violence", 97-Nov-11:3B
"LSUS will require new proficiency test", 97-Oct-13:1A
"LSUS wins conference crown", 97-May-11:5D
"LSUS wins grant to teach about U.S. first couples", 97-Mar-30:7B
"LSUS women making strides" [Lady Pilots], 97-Feb-10:4C
"LSUS' Hall gets plenty of points but little attention", 97-Feb-01:1C
"LSUS' Hall may sign with McNeese", 97-May-24:1C
"LSUS' Hall signs to play at NAIA school", 97-Aug-04:1C
"Marsala smilingly accepts endowment", 97-Feb-04:1B
"Mini conference set at LSUS today", 97-May-08:1B
"Miss Shreveport chosen at LSUS Saturday night", 97-Jan-19:5B
"New LSUS lab delivers career training", 97-Feb-23:6B
"No miracle for LSUS in defeat", 97-Jan-19:7D
"Officials want competitive funding", 97-Mar-16:6D
"One-person sub displayed today" [Gary Boucher], 97-Jul-11:1B
"Panel formed for museum work", 97-Jul-24:2B
"Pilot flies, drives, bikes to his classes at LSUS", 97-Dec-06:1B
"Pilot's Hall leads nation in scoring", 97-Jan-22:1C
"Pilots baseball coach Elledge won't return", 97-Apr-09:3C
"Professors want more money", 97-Jul-22:1A
"Regents want to end local college turf wars", 97-Aug-21:2B
"Representative to reveal economic development plan", 97-Oct-30:10B
"Reynolds to speak about tobacco", 97-Nov-15:11D
"Seminar to center on care business", 97-Dec-28:1C
"Shreveport wins national grant", 97-Jun-09:1B
"State seeks accountability", 97-May-15:1A
"Student fees at LSUS may go up", 97-Jan-06:1A
"Student governments cope with change", 97-Sep-25:1B
"Students may bear costs of upgrades", 97-Jun-18:1A
"Students praise general studies degree", 97-Aug-20:1E
"Summer programs let students prepare for their future careers", 97-Aug-01:1B
"The numbers didn't add up, but the students did", 97-Jul-17:1B
"Then there was one", 97-Apr-03:1A
"Tough former principal inspires LSUS students", 97-Feb-21:1D
"Two artists display work at LSUS", 97-Jul-27:1B
"Uncertainty looms over LSUS sports programs", 97-Apr-02:1A
"Violinist Zina Schiff to perform at LSUS", 97-Oct-27:1B
"Volunteering: Just do it!", 97-Mar-02:1E
"Vote leaves LSUS athletes hanging", 97-Mar-25:1C
"Weeklong voting concludes at LSUS", 97-Mar-23:1B
"Women's chorus to visit LSUS", 97-Nov-12:1D
"Work experience, phone calls and other job-hunting tips", 97-May-18:1C
"Youths learn leadership", 97-Feb-06:1B
Lumber
"State program pushes tree planting", 97-Jul-26:1A
"Taylor plywood mill will close today", 97-Jul-24:8B
"Three men indicted on timber theft charges", 97-Jul-14:1A
"Willamette plywood mill cuts 235 workers", 97-Jun-25:1A
"Winnfield timber plant to close; 200 lose jobs", 97-Nov-06:4B

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Mansfield, La.
"Blueberry tribute set for weekend", 97-Jun-19:2B
"City of Mansfield marks its 150th birthday", 97-Apr-13:1B
"DeSoto to decide on fixing courthouse", 97-Jul-17:1B
"Historian to talk at battle park", 97-Nov-22:1B
"Mansfield ready to celebrate its 150th birthday", 97-Apr-10:1B
"Old rural schools fading fast", 97-Jul-26:1B
"Re-enactment planned at Mansfield battlepark", 97-Apr-19:3B
Mardi Gras
"'Elvis' helps celebrate Mardi Gras", 97-Feb-12:1B
"A place at the parade", 97-Jan-30:1B
"Applications for parade parking trickle in", 97-Jan-15:1B
"Centaur krewe to hold its Grand Ball VI Saturday", 97-Jan-14:1D
"City must OK parade parking", 97-Jan-12:1A
"City to pick names today for parking at Mardi Gras", 97-Jan-25:1B
"First day of Mardi Gras equals the Twelfth Night", 97-Jan-03:2E
"Jumping Gemini", 97-Feb-09:1A
"Krewe of Centaur parade is today", 97-Feb-01:1A
"Krewe of Gemini promises thrills and chills tonight", 97-Feb-08:1A
"Krewe of Gemini ready to roll", 97-Feb-07:1A
"Krewe of Gemini to start first phase of museum", 97-Nov-29:1B
"La. delegation touts state at D.C. brunch", 97-Feb-01:10B
"Louisianans celebrate Mardi Gras in D.C.", 97-Jan-31:2D
"Mardi Gras krewe celebrates its new royalty", 97-Oct-21:1D
"Mardi Gras mania moves in", 97-Feb-02:1A
"Miss USA and delegates will attend Mardi Gras ball", 97-Jan-31:1D
"Parade preparations keep krewe busy", 97-Jan-31:1A
"Parking spaces available for Mardi Gras parades", 97-Jan-22:4B
"Revelers get Taste of Mardi Gras", 97-Feb-10:1B
"Royalty honored at Mardi Gras party", 97-Aug-15:1D
"Shoppers buy into Mardi Gras", 97-Feb-04:8B
"The Krewe of Justinian to raffle $600 watches", 97-Feb-06:5D
"Trolley ride will open Mardi Gras season", 97-Dec-31:1D
Marjorie Lyons Playhouse
"'Bernarda' challenges director, actress", 97-Feb-02:7E
"'God's Country' auditions set", 97-Nov-06:3D
"'Perestroika' maintains high quality", 97-Nov-01:5D
"Actress says 'Funny Girl' is fun", 97-Jul-20:7E
"Audience response positive for 'Angels'", 97-Nov-10:1B
"Cast chosen for 'The Diary of Anne Frank'", 97-Apr-08:3D
"Cast is needed for 'Funny Girl'", 97-May-06:1D
"Centenary 'Merrily' closes season", 97-Jun-06:3D
"Centenary announces 'Bernarda Alba' cast", 97-Jan-27:3D
"Centenary announces cast for 'Merrily We Roll Along'", 97-May-26:3D
"Centenary announces who becomes 'angels'", 97-Oct-14:3D
"Centenary presents thought-provoking 'Alba'", 97-Feb-07:3D
"Centenary schedules musical tryouts", 97-Apr-28:3D
"Centenary to perform award-winning plays", 97-Jul-18:3D
"Centenary's 'Anne Frank' earns applause", 97-Apr-25:3D
"Play packs powerful message", 97-Oct-21:1D
"Shakespearean troupe to take Centenary stage", 97-Feb-22:1D
"Theater announces cast of 'Funny Girl' musical", 97-Jul-11:3D
"Tricky Sondheim is a treat to perform", 97-Jun-01:9E
"Veteran actresses stage return", 97-Apr-20:7E
Marshall, Texas
"Courthouse fund-raising effort starts from scrap", 97-May-24:3B
"Depot restoration plans head for final approval", 97-Feb-27:5B
"Funds for Harrison courthouse OK'd", 97-Feb-06:2B
"Historian to sign new work on church", 97-Feb-09:1B
"Marshall considers downtown revamp", 97-Jan-09:1B
"Marshall light spectacle adds water display", 97-Dec-12:3E
"Marshall native Bill Moyers to receive humanities award", 97-Jan-04:3B
"Marshall spins pottery trade", 97-Jan-10:8B
Matthys, Don Jr.
"Noted AIDS activist dies", 97-May-26:4B
"Obituary", 97-May-27:4B
McBride, Elizabeth Jane
"Noted costume designer, former Shreveporter dies", 97-Jun-19:4B
"Obituary", 97-Jun-19:4B
McCrery, Rep. Jim
"105th Congress in action", 97-Nov-09:19A
"Area bases expected to survive cutbacks", 97-May-07:1A
"Breaux tops La. delegation in accepting travel perks", 97-Nov-02:8A
"Court strikes down La. open primaries", 97-Dec-03:1A
"Delegation to seek highway funds", 97-Mar-13:1B
"Focus on education pleases La. lawmakers", 97-Feb-05:8A
"Foster, McCrery give views on juvenile crime", 97-Aug-20:2A
"House defeats term limits measure", 97-Feb-13:13A
"House OKs bill to allow comp time", 97-Mar-20:1A
"House, Senate pass budget bills", 97-Jun-26:1A
"La. delegation touts state at D.C. brunch", 97-Feb-01:10B
"Lawmakers at odds over ethics inquiry", 97-Nov-30:1A
"Lawmakers say IRS needs overhaul", 97-Oct-13:4B
"McCrery believes Reno must call special counsel", 97-Dec-12:3B
"McCrery contributed campaign funds to others", 97-Mar-09:1A
"McCrery hopes to hear bipartisanship stressed", 97-Feb-04:2A
"McCrery says BAFB won't be closed", 97-Dec-14:1B
"McCrery staffer to help constituents", 97-Oct-04:3B
"McCrery staffers to hear views", 97-Oct-06:2B
"McCrery to discuss new tax legislation", 97-Jan-02:6B
"McCrery to join tourism committee", 97-Oct-24:1B
"McCrery to open office in Leesville", 97-Feb-03:1B
"McCrery to visit area this week", 97-Feb-17:3B
"McCrery: Chiefs need to explain what is happening", 97-Jul-18:5A
"N.La. lawmakers tout balanced-budget", 97-Dec-01:1A
"N.La. senators support plan", 97-Sep-14:2A
"Panel OKs highway program", 97-Nov-10:1A
"Region's projects draw federal funding", 97-Nov-09:19A
"Rep. McCrery's staff to assist residents", 97-Sep-20:3B
"Rep. McCrery's staff to help constituents", 97-Jun-11:2B
"Reviving the right", 97-Apr-18:1A
"River projects may get $27M", 97-Jul-26:1A
McKeithen, John
"Former governor has surgery", 97-Jul-26:3B
"Former governor suffers chest pains", 97-Jul-24:5B
"McKeithen's progress elates his physicians", 97-Jul-28:5B
McLarty, Mack
"McLarty appears before grand jury", 97-Apr-18:4A
Meadows Museum
"Exhibit captures essence of French colonialism", 97-Aug-22:1D
"Exhibit will show rare Indochina photos", 97-Sep-05:3D
"Go ahead, touch", 97-Aug-24:1E
"Going for two", 97-Apr-05:1D
"Meadow's director opened our eyes to new worlds", 97-Jul-14:1D
"Meadows display opens Sunday", 97-Jan-18:1D
"Meadows Museum director leaving", 97-Jun-13:3B
"Meadows Museum schedules speaker", 97-Sep-22:1D
"Meadows to open tribal art exhibit", 97-Nov-10:1D
"Off to war", 97-Jan-12:1E
"Spanish War posters give glimpse of history", 97-Feb-09:6E
"Veterans to be honored with evening of song and readings of poetry, letters", 97-Jan-29:1D
Mijalis, Gus
"Former governor subpoenaed for Broadhurst case", 97-Apr-22:1A
"Mijalis implicates Broadhurst", 97-Apr-26:1A
"Mijalis released from prison", 97-Feb-11:1B
"Mijalis restitution lessens", 97-May-12:1A
"Mijalis takes stand in retrial of Broadhurst", 97-Sep-26:1B
"Mijalis to take stand today", 97-Apr-25:1A
"Mijalis' restitution bill unpaid", 97-Feb-09:1A
"Mijalis' restitution mired in bankruptcy", 97-Feb-24:1A
"Testimony begins in Broadhurst trial", 97-Apr-23:1B
Minden, La.
"Minden pursues growth all over town", 97-Dec-21:25A
"Minden rebuilds downtown, image", 97-Jan-16:1B
"Minden to preserve downtown brick street", 97-Apr-09:1B
Miss USA
"'I'm still kicking in Encino'", 97-Feb-01:3B
"'Moms away from home'", 97-Feb-05:3B
"Area continues to reap rewards from pageant", 97-Apr-18:1B
"At 91, she's a pageant winner", 97-Jan-27:3B
"City asked to make Miss USA bid", 97-Jul-11:1B
"City readies for pomp, pageantry of event", 97-Jan-19:1A
"Delegates 'suit up' for a day at the lake", 97-Jan-25:3B
"Delegates arrive in city", 97-Jan-22:3B
"Delegates battle bouffant-flattening Louisiana humidity", 97-Jan-28:3B
"Delegates spend more than they get", 97-Feb-02:3B
"Delegates take show on road", 97-Jan-23:3B
"Elegance flows at gown shoot", 97-Jan-26:3B
"Fire, police gearing up for pageant", 97-Jan-23:3B
"Forget it, N.Y.--Miss USA's returning here", 97-Nov-23:1A
"Fountain to play Coronation Ball", 97-Feb-03:3B
"George Hamilton to co-host pageant here", 97-Jan-09:1A
"KTBS anchor, ex-governor to emcee show", 97-Jan-31:3B
"Lights! Camera! Action!", 97-Jan-21:3B
"Local viewers may not recognize Hirsch Coliseum on TV screens", 97-Jan-25:3B
"Meet Miss USA", 97-Feb-06:3B
"Mini-parade shows delegates les bon temps", 97-Jan-26:3B
"Miss Hawaii is crowned Miss USA", 97-Feb-06:1A
"Miss Iowa serenades Shriners patients", 97-Jan-14:1B
"Miss Louisiana USA to stop at Bossier Mall on Saturday", 97-Jan-10:1D
"Miss Teen USA pays a call on Cope Middle", 97-Feb-04:3B
"Miss Universe reschedules her visit with local students", 97-Feb-01:1A
"Miss Universe's visit to schools canceled", 97-Jan-30:1A
"Miss USA and delegates will attend Mardi Gras ball", 97-Jan-31:1D
"Miss USA crews eye area sites", 97-Jan-20:1B
"Miss USA pageant: Who's Who", 97-Jan-19:1E
"Miss USA program ads being taken", 97-Dec-25:1D
"Miss USA promotes '98 pageant", 97-Dec-09:1D
"Miss USA someday?", 97-Jan-24:1B
"Miss USA'97 will be named tonight at Hirsch Coliseum", 97-Feb-05:1A
"Official sponsors lend support to benefit city", 97-Jan-27:3B
"Pageant delegates walk by faith", 97-Feb-01:6B
"Pageant rates well against TV competition", 97-Feb-07:1D
"Pageant's real winner? Shreveport-Bossier City", 97-Mar-15:1A
"Preliminary judging begins", 97-Feb-03:1A
"Reign on the run", 97-Feb-07:1D
"Riverboat design to take center stage", 97-Jan-30:3B
"Scoping Natchitoches", 97-Jan-27:1A
"Shreveport closer to hosting Miss USA", 97-Oct-23:1D
"Shreveport woman helped judge Sunday preliminaries", 97-Feb-03:3B
"Shreveport-Bossier City basks in national spotlight", 97-Feb-06:1A
"Singer warms up pageant", 97-Feb-04:3B
"Stepping out", 97-Jan-24:3B
"Volunteers go that extra mile to make pageant run smoothly", 97-Jan-29:3B
"What values do pageants teach kids?", 97-Jan-26:1A
"World discovers Shreveport-Bossier City on the 'Net'", 97-Feb-07:1A
Municipal Auditorium
"Municipal Auditorium--a museum?", 97-May-26:1A
"Opry owners scouting Shreveport", 97-Jul-28:1A
Music in Shreveport
"Marketing music in Shreveport", 97-Dec-07:1A

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NAACP
"Former leader of NAACP set to visit city", 97-Jan-08:1E
"Loan, endorsement are 'coincidence'", 97-Sep-16:3B
"NAACP asks Caddo for fairness in hiring", 97-Oct-23:3B
"NAACP leader says timing of money is a coincidence", 97-Sep-15:5B
"NAACP to add local man to history book", 97-Mar-05:3E
"Shreveport elects next NAACP chief", 97-May-04:1B
"State NAACP backs chemical plant", 97-Sep-23:5B
Natchitoches, La.
"Compressors plant to nearly triple in size", 97-Feb-17:6B
"Construction funds being finalized for Natchitoches recreation center", 97-Jun-07:1B
"Crafts trail leads to Melrose", 97-Jun-15:1B
"Eager for east bypass", 97-Jun-19:1B
"Highway 1 going to 5 lanes", 97-Jun-24:1A
"Hotel developer faces allegations", 97-Dec-25:1B
"Melrose festival lets artists, craftsmen shine", 97-Jun-10:1D
"Nakatosh Hotel gets new life", 97-Feb-24:1B
"Natchitoches residents: Save Front Street bricks", 97-Jun-17:1A
"New museum proposed", 97-Nov-25:1B
Natchitoches-Port Commission
"Natchitoches port moves full speed ahead", 97-Jan-03:8B
National Conference of Christians and Jews
"Battle to improve race relations isn't over, leader says", 97-Mar-28:1A
"Three local judges to receive humanitarian awards", 97-Jan-08:1B
Negro Chamber of Commerce
"Chamber leaders pursue unity", 97-Jan-05:1C
"Negro Chamber banquet is Nov. 7", 97-Oct-26:1C
"Negro Chamber, construction groups support need for better schools", 97-Oct-05:3B
Nine-One-One
"911 test boxes called success", 97-Mar-28:1B
"State lines muddle 911 services", 97-Dec-23:1A
"Victims of violence have new link to 911 service", 97-Apr-19:1A
NorAm
"Earnings at NorAm Energy Corp. jump 58% over 1995", 97-Feb-12:8B
"Energy firms merge", 97-Aug-07:8B
"FERC allows merger", 97-Jul-31:8B
"NorAm expanding into Latin America", 97-Jun-24:8B
"NorAm goes from bloodletting to calm", 97-May-18:1C
"NorAm may receive merger approval today", 97-Jul-30:8B
"Once merger is complete, NorAm CEO to call it quits", 97-Jan-12:1C
"The long, rocky journey for NorAm is now over", 97-Aug-10:1C
"Utility merger takes in NorAM", 97-Aug-08:8B
North Louisiana Business Hall of Fame
"Business Hall of Fame inducts honorees", 97-Aug-16:1C
Northeast Louisiana University
"Northeast Louisiana one of few to offer degree in crop- dusting", 97-Aug-19:3B
Northwest Louisiana African American Museum
"Move under way to set up museum", 97-Aug-03:1A
"Planned museum to feature African-American history", 97-Aug-04:3B
Northwest Louisiana Council of Government
"Top 10 transportation needs of Caddo-Bossier", 97-Nov-02:15A
Northwestern State University
"'Haunted' NSU gym set for museum makeover", 97-Aug-22:3B
"606 earn their degrees from NSU", 97-May-17:1B
"A Spanish influence", 97-Jul-15:1D
"Audit finds college aid faulty", 97-Oct-21:1A
"Audit questions NSU, support group ties", 97-Dec-20:3B
"Auditor accuses NSU staffer", 97-Aug-02:1B
"Colleges begin campus improvements this fall", 97-Oct-08:1B
"Coretta Scott King to speak at NSU", 97-Feb-05:1B
"Environment not a birthright, RFK, Jr. says", 97-Apr-04:2B
"Foster to render address at NSU building dedication", 97-Oct-03:1B
"Historic building burns", 97-Nov-22:1B
"Keeping students on campus", 97-Aug-19:1A
"More than 600 graduate from Northwestern State", 97-May-18:5B
"Natchitoches, NSU festival", 97-Jul-20:1B
"Northwestern students run up phone bill on school", 97-Jan-22:1A
"NSU enrollment hits another high", 97-Feb-07:2B
"NSU gym fire an accident, fire chief says", 97-Nov-30:5B
"NSU has most cadets in Louisiana", 97-May-18:1B
"NSU official didn't violate state ethics law", 97-Feb-27:3B
"NSU opens its doors to fast-food restaurants", 97-Feb-10:1B
"NSU receives $1.47 million", 97-Feb-06:2B
"NSU seeks hike in dorm fees", 97-Jan-13:1B
"NSU sets seminar on scholarships", 97-Nov-06:1B
"NSU students help pay for library improvements", 97-Nov-25:1B
"Problems continue with NSU aid audit", 97-Dec-20:1A
"Regents approve $16 million for NSU", 97-Nov-20:3B
"State seeks accountability", 97-May-15:1A
"Students dial up degrees online", 97-Aug-13:1A
"SUSBO, Grambling, NSU get grants", 97-Jun-21:1A 
Norton Art Gallery
"Animal magnetism", 97-Apr-26:1D
"Animals run wild in Norton art exhibit", 97-May-11:9E
"Exhibit of Russian porcelain offers beauty and history", 97-Oct-05:7E
"Norton decorates Christmas tree", 97-Dec-10:1D
"Norton exhibits Imperial Russian porcelain", 97-Aug-24:1E
"Norton gallery will add more display space", 97-Nov-17:2A
"Tourists drawn to local museums", 97-Nov-17:1A

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Obituaries
"Adger, Blanche Ruff Vickery", 97-Nov-13:4B
"Anders, Richard A. 'Dick'", 97-May-23:5B
"Aycock, Seaborn Ray Sr.", 97-Apr-04:5B
"Balcom, Barbara Durham", 97-Apr-10:4B
"Beaird, Isable Littlejohn", 97-Apr-18:4B
"Bellar, Melvin Lawrence", 97-May-07:4B
"Brocato, Rosa Lanza", 97-Sep-07:4B
"Carmody, Caroline Gaughan", 97-Feb-14:4B
"Clawson, Charles Howard", 97-Sep-12:4B
"Cook, Ben H.", 97-Jan-01:2B
"Crawford, Blaine Marshall", 97-Jun-26:4B
"Davis, Ernest S. "Stinky" Jr.", 97-Apr-25:4B
"Ferris, Joseph I.", 97-Jan-02:4B
"Fontaine, Bertha Herold Pardue", 97-Oct-13:4B
"Foppe, Forrest Ford", 97-Aug-14:4B
"Fulco, Pat", 97-Jan-17:4B
"Fullilove, Sam", 97-Aug-12:4B
"Geissler, William Louis M.D.", 97-Jan-25:4B
"Glassell, William E. III", 97-Aug-11:4B
"Laskey, Beverly Prince", 97-Apr-29:2B
"Leeper, Leah Martin", 97-Dec-18:4B
"Linam, Henry E. 'Rique'", 97-Dec-19:4B
"McKinnon, A.A. 'Mac'", 97-Aug-28:2B
"Rasberry, Helen Barney Robinson", 97-Mar-21:4B
"Roberts, Robert F.", 97-Apr-15:4B
"Shuey, John Miller", 97-Dec-13:2B
"Simon, Archie M.", 97-May-31:2B
"Steen, Elizabeth Fletcher", 97-Aug-29:4B
"Svolos, Constantine Peter", 97-Jan-15:4B
"Taylor, Rev. Robert", 97-Jun-05:3B
"Thompson, Dr. John Sheridan Emmanuel", 97-Sep-11:4N
"Tubbs, Julia Hoyer", 97-Dec-10:4B
Oil and Gas
"Area oil and gas activity", 97-Apr-27:5C, 97-May-04:5C, 97-Jul-13:5C, 97-Aug-03:5C, 97-Aug-16:5C, 97-Sep-14:5C, 97-Oct-12:5C, 97-Oct-26:5C, 97-Nov-09:5C, 97-Nov-16:5C, 97-Nov-30:5C, 97-Dec-14:5C, 97-Dec-21:7C, 97-Dec-28:5C
"Crystal earnings decrease, but assets reach $70 million", 97-Nov-12:8B
"Crystal Oil completes purchase in DeSoto", 97-Jun-04:6B
"Crystal Oil purchases DeSoto Parish reserves", 97-May-10:10B
"Drilling boom leads to more state leases", 97-Mar-17:6B
"Gas industry questions stability", 97-Oct-12:1C
"Gov. Foster supports extension of gas tax", 97-Oct-15:4B
"Jobs strained in oil and gas", 97-May-04:1C
"Longtime Shreveport oil firm moves to Transcontinental Tower", 97-Apr-27:1C
"Oil companies still fighting", 97-Sep-10:8B
"Oil patch jobs go begging", 97-Apr-08:6B
"Oil proceeds benefit coast", 97-May-05:6B
"Outlook: Modest expansion", 97-Jan-06:6B
"Pennzoil expanding local plant", 97-Mar-25:6B
"Pennzoil rejects takeover offer", 97-Jul-02:8B
"Rise in oil gas drilling predicted", 97-Feb-04:8B
"Senators join to push oil, gas tax", 97-Jan-21:1B
"State unaffected by oil prices", 97-Jun-28:1A
"Union Pacific Resources makes bid for Pennzoil", 97-Jun-24:8B
Overton Brooks Veterans Hospital
"More beds needed for elder troops, VA says", 97-Jan-12:3B
"Regional center makes strides", 97-Aug-18:1A
"Shrinking benefits anger vets", 97-Nov-11:1A

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Parish, Robert
"Chief calls it a career", 97-Aug-26:1C
"Coaches recall Parish's ways", 97-Aug-26:1C
Performing Arts Center
"'Music Man' challenges actors", 97-Jul-06:8E
"'The Music Man' auditions planned", 97-Apr-19:1D
"Fund-raiser to benefit musical's world premiere", 97-Oct-07:3D
Peter Pan Players
"'Alice' a combination of first, second plays", 97-Mar-23:7E
"'Rescuers' slightly rough but fun", 97-Aug-16:3D
"'The Rescuers' box office to open", 97-Aug-04:1D
"Actors like their 'mousey' roles", 97-Aug-10:8E
"Actresses in 'Cinderella' like playing their characters", 97-Dec-21:8E
"Cast chosen for 'Alice' production", 97-Mar-13:5D
"Peter Pan makes 'Alice' wonderful, whimsical show", 97-Mar-27:5D
"Peter Pan Players announces cast for 'The Rescuers'", 97-Jul-26:1D
"Peter Pan Players to hold auditions", 97-May-22:3D
"Peter Pan wins with 'Cinderella' staging", 97-Dec-27:5D
"Theatrical youngsters hit stage", 97-Jun-24:1D
Philadelphia Center
"'Saturday Night' fever", 97-Jul-14:1D
"Center to hold benefit walk", 97-Aug-27:1D
"Churches take on AIDS directly", 97-Dec-12:1B
"Noted AIDS activist dies", 97-May-26:4B
"Philadelphia Center receives grant money", 97-Feb-28:3B
"Philadelphia Center receives grant", 97-Sep-02:1B
Pickering, Myrtle
"Local's compassion lauded", 97-Apr-27:1B
Pioneer Heritage Center
"Heritage Center celebrates 'Pioneer Christmas'", 97-Dec-04:2D
"LSUS center hosts pioneer Christmas", 97-Dec-07:1B
"Museums conference to be held here", 97-May-18:10E
"Willie Morris headlines for 'Authors in April' benefit", 97-Apr-21:1D
Plain Dealing, Louisiana
"Old town looks for new industry", 97-Mar-14:8B
Pleasant Hill
"Cannons boom with thunder at event", 97-Apr-27:1B
"Civil War roars back to life in Pleasant Hill", 97-Apr-25:3B
Port of Shreveport-Bossier
"Officials decide route for Inner Loop extension", 97-Nov-25:1A
"Port begins evolution from infancy to viability", 97-Jan-06:6B
"Port begins to bustle", 97-May-15:6B
"Port receives a well-needed economic boost", 97-Dec-21:1C
"Shipbuilder plans to move forward immediately", 97-Dec-17:8B
"Shipbuilder to drop anchor at local port", 97-Dec-16:1A
Private Schools
"Southfield School will add classrooms", 97-Jun-04:3B
Providence House
"Fairy tale wedding brings hope for future", 97-Sep-07:1B

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Queensborough
"Queensborough honors progress", 97-Mar-19:1E

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Red River
"Budget watchdog recommends canceling 4 Louisiana projects", 97-Oct-24:3B
"Repairs set for Red", 97-Jul-03:1B
"Sandbars exposed on the Red River", 97-Jul-19:1B
Red River Parish
"Audit uncovers overcharges in Red River school district", 97-Jan-09:1A
"Red River looks to build schools", 97-Oct-27:1A
Red River Rally Balloon Festival
"Balloon festival to have spirits soaring", 97-Sep-12:3E
"Red River Rally presents scholarships", 97-Jan-31:2B
"Red River Rally seeks volunteers", 97-Aug-27:1D
"Red River Rally takes off", 97-Sep-14:1B
Red River Revel
"Artisans bring quality work to fest", 97-Oct-03:6E
"City buys room to Revel", 97-Dec-10:1A
"Entertainment lineup is potpourri of styles", 97-Oct-03:3E
"Get ready to REVEL", 97-Aug-22:1D
"Hooray! It's Revel time", 97-Oct-03:2E
"Official guide", 97-Oct-01:SS
"Red River Revel to host art benefit", 97-Feb-19:1D
"Revel ends with new art, more music", 97-Oct-10:3E
"Revel goers moved by shuttle service", 97-Oct-06:1B
"Revel, mayor discuss interim site", 97-Nov-01:2B
"Revelers enjoy last day", 97-Oct-12:1B
"Students Revel in the fun", 97-Oct-07:1D
"Stuffee is among educational tools Revel will offer that teach in fun way", 97-Oct-03:6E
"The Revel rolls out", 97-Oct-05:1B
Red River Valley Association
"Conference to focus on waterway", 97-Feb-12:8B
Red River Valley Railroad Historical Society
"City purchases land along Cross Bayou", 97-Jun-09:1A
"Museum will honor railroads, railroad people", 97-May-12:1D
"Old depot set to become historic railroad museum", 97-May-03:1B
"Plans for railroad museum still pending", 97-Dec-26:1B
Red River Waterway
"$28.6M approved for Red River Waterway", 97-Oct-01:1B
"River projects may get $27M", 97-Jul-26:1A
Red River Waterway Commission
"Red River commission bill advances", 97-May-08:3B
Regional Football League
"City gets football franchise", 97-Jun-20:1C
"Local CFL deal-maker now courting RFL", 97-May-08:1C
"Shreveport may obtain pro football franchise", 97-May-07:1C
Roads
"Callers complain about La. roadways", 97-Nov-03:1A
"Forum focuses on roads", 97-Nov-05:1A
"Groups pave road to better transportation", 97-Nov-05:2B
"Residents let loose on traffic", 97-Nov-02:1A
"Top 10 transportation needs of Caddo-Bossier", 97-Nov-02:15A
Robinson, Eddie
"A legend bows out", 97-Nov-30:1D
"A&T spoils Robinson's farewell party", 97-Nov-16:1D
"Benefit to honor Robinson", 97-Nov-18:1D
"Classic has remained special to Robinson", 97-Oct-18:1C
"Eddie Robinson", 97-Aug-29:SS
"Foster says Robinson entitled to another year", 97-Jan-08:1B
"Goodbye, Eddie Robinson", 97-Nov-30:1A
"Grambling battles negative recruiting", 97-Feb-10:1C
"Grambling to honor Robinson in finale", 97-Nov-15:1C
"Grambling's Robinson listed in good condition in hospital", 97-Oct-22:1C
"Hall of Fame is 'crowning' end to Robinson's career", 97-Dec-10:1C
"Not ready for a rocking chair", 97-Jul-18:3C
"Robinson coaches last GSU home game", 97-Nov-16:1A
"Robinson didn't take part in picking his successor", 97-Dec-04:4C
"Robinson gets honorary degree", 97-May-30:1B
"Robinson may have own game", 97-Feb-01:1C
"Robinson may raise funds for Grambling", 97-Dec-05:3C
"Robinson overshadows Bayou Classic", 97-Nov-26:1C
"Robinson prepares for final home game", 97-Nov-13:1C
"Robinson returns to Grambling after hospital stay", 97-Oct-23:1C
"Robinson stands with his recruits", 97-Feb-11:1A
"Robinson to coach last GSU game today", 97-Nov-29:1A
"Robinson was more than a coach", 97-Dec-01:1C
"Robinson's final year is tough", 97-Nov-27:1C
"Tigers fans hope for final roar in Robinson's farewell", 97-Nov-29:1C
Roemer, Buddy
"Ex-governor raps Legislature's involvement", 97-Sep-05:3B
"Roemer to address banquet Thursday", 97-Nov-19:1B
Ruston, La.
"Camp Ruston held Axis Prisoners of War", 97-Aug-16:11A
"Ex-German prisoner of war to return to Camp Ruston", 97-May-12:1A

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Schumpert Medical Center
"Competition surges", 97-Nov-23:1C
"Healthplex gets in shape", 97-Dec-17:8B
"Highland day care gets more space", 97-Jul-06:1B
"Hospital growth aids area", 97-Jan-26:1C
"Hospitals keep industry healthy", 97-Aug-24:1C
"Living in GRACE", 97-Jan-26:1E
"Medical centers expanding", 97-Apr-10:8B
"Schumpert considers childcare changes", 97-Mar-14:1B
"Schumpert expands its stroke services", 97-May-06:2D
"Schumpert opens Healthplex", 97-Sep-29:6B
"Schumpert to build $11M wellness center", 97-Jan-23:1A
Sci-Port Discovery Center
"Art class offered for kids at Sci-Port", 97-Apr-25:1D
"Bug-a-Rama a big hit", 97-Jun-22:5B
"CEO takes helm as Sci-Port looks to opening summer '98", 97-Jul-13:1B
"Dome of discovery", 97-May-22:1B
"Family fun slated today at Sci-Port", 97-Feb-22:1B
"KCS wants to close 6 railroad crossings", 97-May-30:1A
"Kids can build planes, rafts", 97-Feb-14:1D
"Loose screws halt Sci-Port construction", 97-Oct-24:1B
"Museum to go buggy Saturday", 97-Jun-19:1B
"Pump display digs in early at city's unfinished Sci- Port", 97-Nov-12:2B
"Sci-Port Center receives grant", 97-Jul-23:1B
"Sci-Port depends on Shreveport's funding", 97-Oct-20:1A
"Sci-Port gets $250,000 contribution", 97-Dec-10:2B
"Sci-Port gets grant from Heart Association", 97-Apr-23:1E
"Sci-Port on schedule", 97-Sep-29:1B
"Sci-Port receives a garden", 97-Dec-12:3B
"Sci-Port to mark birthday with party", 97-Jan-21:1D
"Sci-Port to offer fun program today", 97-Mar-22:1D
Shepherd, Kenny Wayne
"Kenny Wayne comes home for holidays", 97-Dec-26:3E
"Kenny Wayne earns warm welcome home at Strand", 97-Dec-28:2B
"Kenny Wayne Shepherd hopes to hit top of charts with new CD release today", 97-Oct-07:1A
"Shepherd to ride home for holiday concert", 97-Dec-12:1A
Shreve Memorial Library
"Deal reached on Broadmoor library site", 97-May-28:1A
"Few offer input on Cedar Grove library site", 97-Aug-13:1B
"Ghosts are coming to Shreve library", 97-Jul-05:1D
"Grab a book for as little as a dime at library sale", 97-Mar-28:5D
"Land negotiations OK'd for library", 97-Jan-24:1B
"Library cuts back bookmobile stops", 97-Oct-01:1B
"Library down to 1 bookmobile", 97-Sep-03:1B
"Library officials pick possible branch sites", 97-Jan-11:1A
"Library plans public forums", 97-Jul-01:1B
"Library story time tales captivate little and big listeners", 97-Sep-19:1D
"Library to honor police, firefighters", 97-Apr-05:1D
"Library wants to start negotiating for branch sites", 97-Jan-22:2B
"Library work begins", 97-May-31:1B
"Old school, new life", 97-Feb-10:1B
"Public forums focus on libraries", 97-Aug-11:1B
"Shelf life: Rural libraries are identity of small places", 97-Jul-20:1E
"Shreveporter gets grant money", 97-Mar-31:1D
Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau
"Area braces for visitors", 97-May-23:1A
"Brochure pushes tourism in Northwest Louisiana", 97-Dec-13:2B
"Citizens called to address tourism, entertainment forum", 97-Aug-19:1A
"Festivals boost economy", 97-Oct-05:1C
"Hotel construction boosts economy", 97-Jul-05:10B
"Local convention bureau sets forum", 97-Feb-09:6C
"Louisiana prepares to play its ecotourism card", 97-Aug-10:1A
"Miss USA program ads being taken", 97-Dec-25:1D
"New attractions promise to brighten tourism's future", 97-Jul-06:1B
"Painting the walls", 97-Jul-07:1D
"Quiet on the set!", 97-Jan-24:1D
"Survey shows vacationers ready to spend big", 97-May-15:1A
"The future starts now", 97-Aug-20:1A
"The Grand Tour", 97-Feb-01:1D
"Tourism meeting to look at downtown", 97-Jun-09:1B
"Trail of Lights reaches for stars", 97-Sep-17:1B
"TV show will rerun story on La. traffic stops", 97-Aug-19:1B
"Workers say jobs are scarce through local filming office", 97-Sep-08:3B
"World discovers Shreveport-Bossier City on the 'Net", 97-Feb-07:1A
Shreveport-Captains
"A fast start would be nice", 97-Apr-03:1A
"A field for dreams", 97-Jul-22:1C
"A key Captain might be grounded for playoffs with knee injury", 97-Aug-24:1B
"Ballpark: Youth reap of former Captains' stadium", 97-Jul-22:1D
"Blame it on rain", 97-Aug-27:1C
"Caps' crowds par for Texas League", 97-Jun-17:1C
"Caps' title hopes dashed", 97-Sep-08:1A
"Captains 4-game win streak over", 97-Apr-12:1C
"Captains arrive to familiar fanfare", 97-Apr-01:1C
"Captains capture first half", 97-Jun-15:1D
"Captains fall into 0-2 hole", 97-Sep-02:1C
"Captains fans enjoy opener despite chill", 97-Apr-09:1A
"Captains gate falls with rain", 97-Apr-14:1C
"Captains hope for Giant help in coming draft", 97-Dec-15:3C
"Captains lead East", 97-Jul-31:1C
"Captains likely will be older, familiar team this season", 97-Jan-22:1C
"Captains manager gets look at prospects during Giants mini-camp", 97-Feb-20:1C
"Captains must wait until '98 on stadium improvements", 97-Nov-05:1C
"Captains open with 5-1 victory", 97-Apr-04:1C
"Captains positions still up in the air at start of training", 97-Mar-10:3C
"Captains rally to force Game 6", 97-Sep-06:1C
"Captains stay 2nd with split", 97-Jun-11:1C
"Captains still wait for better turf", 97-Mar-03:1C
"Captains take 1st-half crown", 97-Jun-15:1A
"Captains will lose GM after season", 97-Jun-24:1C
"Captains' Murray deserves a better fate", 97-Sep-02:1C
"Captains' must-see TV, 97-May-09:1C
"Catching legends", 97-Aug-19:1C
"Championship slips away as Shreveport falls", 97-Sep-08:1C
"Ex-Captains picked and traded", 97-Nov-19:1C
"Familiar faces return to Captains, Fair Grounds for '97 season", 97-Mar-26:1C
"Former Caps manager gets big league call", 97-Oct-30:1C
"Home life and baseball", 97-Jun-11:1C
"In end, Captains shine", 97-Jun-16:1C
"Married in the minors", 97-Jul-06:1D
"Miracle Captains reach Game 7", 97-Sep-07:1D
"New Captains manager to make appearance in Shreveport today", 97-Feb-07:1C
"Opening homes to the Captains", 97-Aug-05:1C
"Opening night for the Captains seventh heaven", 97-Apr-09:1C
"Pitching figures to be Captains' strength again", 97-Feb-08:1C
"Power-packed Captains to debut at home", 97-Apr-08:1C
"Reberger joins Caps as new pitching coach", 97-Jan-23:1C
"Robinson named Caps GM", 97-Sep-12:1C
"Six Captains make league all-star team", 97-Jul-16:1C
"Striking out at home", 97-May-06:1C
"Texas League All-Star Game better late than never", 97-Jul-29:1C
"Texas League's best entertain small crowd", 97-Jul-31:1A
"Top pitching prospect", 97-Mar-27:1C
"Upkeeping the field", 97-Jul-12:1C
"With Little leaving Captains, will Moore be new GM?", 97-Sep-11:1C
Shreveport-Chamber of Commerce
"Area's cost of living among the lowest in state", 97-May-06:8B
"Arena in our future?", 97-Sep-21:1A
"Center lends helping hand", 97-Mar-13:8B
"Chamber center wins award", 97-May-06:8B
"Chamber leaders pursue unity", 97-Jan-05:1C
"Chamber may back education bond issue", 97-Oct-09:3B
"Chamber picks economic development leader", 97-Jan-07:8B
"Chamber picks Selber for honor", 97-Jan-24:8B
"Chamber receives grant for park", 97-Apr-19:8B
"Chamber sets annual meeting", 97-Dec-28:1C
"Chamber supports business incubator", 97-Aug-12:8B
"Chamber to mark 86th anniversary", 97-Jan-12:1C
"Chamber won't take position on school tax", 97-Oct-03:1B
"ChamberFest '97 scheduled today", 97-May-29:6B
"Chamberfest '97 set for May 29", 97-May-18:1C
"Companies promised more than $1.4M", 97-Mar-12:1A
"Company delays moving to city", 97-Mar-20:8B
"Harrah's delay concerns Chamber", 97-Mar-29:1B
"Minority businesses grow", 97-Jun-08:1C
"Seminars highlight ChamberFest '97", 97-May-21:8B
"Shreveport Chamber endorses school tax", 97-Oct-10:3B
"Shreveport Chamber to tackle gang violence", 97-Mar-06:2B
"Shreveport wins national grant", 97-Jun-09:1B
"Telemarketer looks at Shreveport", 97-Jan-31:8B
"Trade show helps boost businesses", 97-May-30:8B
Shreveport-City Council
"American Tower attracts 8 bidders", 97-Feb-26:1A
"American Tower bids down to 2", 97-Mar-12:1A
"American Tower sale completed", 97-Jul-23:1A
"Arena fund gets mixed reactions from citizens", 97-Sep-12:1B
"Arena upstages mayor's plan", 97-Sep-09:1A
"Artist apartments get hearing today", 97-Jan-23:1B
"Artist housing gets nod from city", 97-Jan-29:1B
"Bidders find use for Tower", 97-Mar-05:1B
"Black leaders oppose Tower suitor", 97-Apr-05:1B
"Bossier draws city's bounds", 97-Jun-04:1A
"Boxing program's merits promoted", 97-Jan-03:1B
"Budget cuts to come from general category", 97-Nov-13:5B
"California man is mayor's pick to buy Tower", 97-Mar-21:1A
"Casino Magic deal hits a snag", 97-Apr-24:1B
"Citizens write parking tickets", 97-Apr-10:1B
"City budgets look more like reruns", 97-Oct-30:1B
"City Council approves KCS crossing closures", 97-Sep-10:2B
"City Council delays decision on spending Tower proceeds", 97-May-28:1B
"City council opts for stop signs", 97-Aug-27:2B
"City Council to consider closing off Woodlawn", 97-Nov-10:1B
"City Council to consider longer hours for bars", 97-Jul-22:1B
"City Council to delay Tower profit decision", 97-May-13:2B
"City Council's vote will allow extended bar hours to continue", 97-Jun-17:1A
"City councilman accuses SporTran of racism", 97-Oct-25:2B
"City development still lags", 97-Jul-06:2B
"City endorses weekly garbage plan", 97-Nov-24:1A
"City expects decrease in revenues", 97-Oct-25:1B
"City must get federal approval for judicial districts, court rules", 97-Jun-24:4B
"City officials meet with flood victims", 97-Apr-12:2B
"City OKs trial closing for street", 97-Dec-23:1B
"City park lacks finishing touches", 97-Jun-13:1B
"City sells to California man", 97-Apr-15:1A
"City wants hearing this month on closing of one rail crossing", 97-Jul-09:2B
"City, State Fair to renegotiate contract", 97-Jun-05:1A
"Council delays apartment vote", 97-Jan-24:2B
"Council delays bond issue", 97-Apr-09:1B
"Council elects new officers", 97-Nov-26:1B
"Council may alter bar hours ordinance", 97-Jun-27:1B
"Council members back gas prepayment law", 97-Jan-28:1B
"Council OKs bonds", 97-May-14:1B
"Council OKs new bond project list", 97-Apr-23:1B
"Council prepares to open bids on American Tower", 97-Feb-16:1A
"Council seems to support crossing closures", 97-Aug-26:3B
"Council will decide Tower's fate in April", 97-Mar-26:1B
"Council will have a choice of bids on American Tower", 97-Mar-25:1B
"Council will hold hearings on new home hair salons", 97-Jun-11:2B
"Councilman aims to slow traffic in southeast Shreveport", 97-Jan-05:1A
"Councilman cites worries about proposed festival site", 97-Nov-12:2B
"Councilman seeks unity among his colleagues", 97-Dec-14:21A
"Councilman's parents killed in accident", 97-Oct-20:1B
"Crossing closures put before council", 97-Aug-27:1B
"Flaws won't postpone pay raise plan", 97-Jan-22:1B
"Gas thefts targeted", 97-Jan-08:1B
"Incubator should be at inner-city site", 97-Aug-17:1B
"Inner loop extension pondered", 97-Sep-20:1A
"Judge denies store's liquor license appeal", 97-Oct-23:4B
"Juvenile jail idea not totally dead", 97-Oct-11:1B
"Letter offers Barnwell as site for riverboat", 97-Jul-22:1A
"Mayor to seek fire, police pay hikes", 97-May-12:1B
"MPC to hear comments on railroad grade crossings", 97-Jul-29:1B
"Other city bars may see longer hours", 97-Jul-21:1A
"Panel also hears American Tower proceeds proposal", 97-Aug-27:1B
"Panel studies bids on Tower", 97-Mar-09:1B
"Pay-before-pump plan stirs more discussions", 97-Feb-12:1A
"Police, fire raises approved", 97-May-14:1B
"Sex ordinance clears court calendar", 97-Nov-23:1A
"Shreveport council members unhappy with Hollywood plan", 97-Nov-27:1B
"Shreveport council rejects request to OK topless bar", 97-Oct-28:2B
"Shreveport departments continue presenting proposals for budget", 97-Oct-31:2B
"Some bar owners question longer riverfront hours", 97-Jun-24:5B
"Stadium gets new vending company", 97-Sep-06:1B
"Title glitch stalls sale of Tower", 97-Jun-11:1B
"Tower deal may be finalized soon", 97-Jun-20:1B
"Tower money to fund arena, parking plans", 97-Sep-10:1A
"Tower sale is nearly complete", 97-Jun-02:1B
"Tower sale set today", 97-Jul-22:3B
"Tower set to become a joint venture", 97-Jul-08:1B
"Tower's fate up for vote on Monday", 97-Apr-13:1B
"Vote on police, fire raises delayed 2 weeks", 97-Jan-15:1B
"Williams alters plan for Tower proceeds", 97-Aug-22:1A
"Willis-Knighton donates funds to inner-city institute", 97-Dec-03:8B
"Winward bid for Tower questioned", 97-Apr-09:1B
Shreveport-City Government
"Audit cites problems at city's loan office", 97-Aug-30:1A
"Board rules in campaign fund question", 97-Dec-20:3B
"Changes in sales tax revenues hurt Shreveport", 97-Apr-28:1A
"City get good bond rating", 97-Jun-18:1B
"City given reprieve to cover dump on Stoner", 97-Mar-25:1B
"City government makes its website interactive", 97-May-31:1B
"City marshal goes after backlog of warrants", 97-Apr-17:1B
"City out to collect overdue fines", 97-Sep-18:1A
"City sues former Pirate owner", 97-Nov-11:1B
"City to loan $1.2M for housing project", 97-Jan-16:1B
"City tries to collect on loans", 97-Sep-03:1A
"City's Web site takes off", 97-Nov-10:1B
"Cost of City Hall plan grows", 97-May-12:1B
"Former owner may join American Tower deal", 97-Jun-25:1B
"Hollywood submits tax plan to city", 97-Dec-19:6A
"Home repairs substandard?", 97-Mar-12:1B
"Law could affect past land sales", 97-Jun-14:1B
"Line Ave. project could mean delays", 97-Jul-05:1B
"Pilot trash program gearing up", 97-Apr-17:1B
"Property taxes get approval", 97-Jul-20:1A
"Shreveport officials deal with shrinking funds for 1998", 97-Nov-18:1A
"Shreveport reveals new trash plan", 97-Mar-18:1A
"Shreveport voters asked to renew 5 property taxes", 97-Jul-15:1A
"Shreveport's retail sales fall", 97-Oct-13:1A
"State law knots up Shreveport annexation", 97-Aug-24:1A
"The mayor's chief of staff", 97-Jan-28:1D
"Tower sale may be close", 97-Jul-02:2B
Shreveport-City Hall
"City Hall 'campus plan' construction progresses", 97-Oct-06:1B
Shreveport-Downtown Airport
"A Royal investment", 97-Sep-06:8B
Shreveport-Economy
"40 jobs return to Beaird", 97-May-02:8B
"Business climate compares favorable", 97-Nov-02:1A
"Conference to explore outlook for local economy", 97-Feb-19:8B
"Economic prognosis: healthy", 97-Feb-20:8B
"Economy reaches new high", 97-Mar-09:1C
"Economy stays on course", 97-Dec-28:1C
"Economy takes a wild ride", 97-Jun-29:1C
"Home market looks good for buyers, sellers", 97-Feb-23;1C
"Home values, sales escalate with hearty economy", 97-Feb-23:1A
"Hotel construction boosts economy", 97-Jul-05:10B
"House values rising in Shreveport market", 97-Nov-11:1A
"ICON employs new workers; more hires set", 97-Apr-30:6B
"Irish not the only green businesses seeing", 97-Dec-27:1A
"Jobless rate lowest in decades", 97-Jun-15:1C
"Local economy for '98 will continue to grow", 97-Dec-28:1A
"Local unemployment rate falling slightly", 97-Jul-26:8B
"Lucent Technologies stellar performance means stability locally", 97-Aug-31:1C
"Number of new businesses on the rise", 97-Nov-02:1C
"Rental market stays stable", 97-Jan-20:6B
"Shipbuilder to drop anchor at local port", 97-Dec-16:1A
"Shreveport on plant short list", 97-Feb-19:1A
"Shreveport seeks strength", 97-Nov-02:1C
"Shreveport-area unemployment drops", 97-Oct-28:8B
"Small firms make big splash", 97-Feb-13:8B
Shreveport-Environment
"Agencies join together to combat chemical", 97-Aug-22:1B
"Agencies plan to visit Anderson Island", 97-Jul-30:1B
"Anderson Island began as Spanish grant", 97-Oct-04:9A
"Anderson Island meeting scheduled", 97-Sep-04:1B
"Anderson Island testing begins", 97-Oct-15:1B
"Anderson Island troubles", 97-Jul-25:1A
"Anderson Islanders await test results", 97-Sep-15:1A
"Anderson Islanders worry about future", 97-Sep-17:1A
"Anderson residents state cases", 97-Sep-10:1B
"Caddo bolsters litter cleanup efforts", 97-Jan-19:3B
"Chemical emission source unknown", 97-Aug-21:1A
"City agrees to pay fines", 97-Mar-15:1B
"City given reprieve to cover dump on Stoner", 97-Mar-25:1B
"City loses fight against environmental firm", 97-Jul-31:1B
"City must spell out Stoner cleanup plan, DEQ says", 97-Aug-06:1B
"City prepares to deal with old dump site", 97-Jul-08:1B
"City starts cleanup at Stoner dump site", 97-Apr-29:1B
"City, state investigate water in Cross Bayou", 97-Jan-04:1B
"City, state near accord on dumpsite cleanup", 97-Aug-29:1B
"Cleanup may cost millions", 97-Jun-12:1A
"DEQ begins residential soil tests" [Anderson Island], 97-Oct-18:1B
"DEQ finds nothing above limits in Anderson Island", 97-Dec-04:1B
"DEQ near test of subdivision" [Anderson Island], 97-Sep-25:1B
"DEQ to test Anderson Island", 97-Sep-14:2B
"DEQ: Old dumpsite only needs minor repairs", 97-Apr-19:1A
"Group gives beautification awards", 97-Nov-11:2B
"Health officials, Anderson Island residents to meet", 97-Sep-09:1B
"Life expectancy of landfills falling with mounting trash", 97-Feb-03:1A
"Mooretown's trees stolen", 97-Dec-11:1A
"Nuclear waste to travel I-20", 97-Apr-14:1A
"Officials continue probe of air toxins", 97-Aug-27:1B
"Officials inspect acid plant", 97-Sep-18:1B
"Old dump resurfaces as concern", 97-Feb-14:1A
"Old refinery harms health, lawsuit says" [Anderson Island], 97-Jul-24:1A
"Pollutants still worry refinery site residents" [Alexis Park], 97-Sep-21:1B
"Recyclers fill bins", 97-Sep-10:1B
"Recycling center reopens", 97-Apr-13:5B
"State lists new cleanup needs at site of old Stoner dump", 97-Jun-10:3B
"State narrows down blame for creosote contamination", 97-Jul-18:2B
"State orders city to cover old dump site", 97-Mar-18:1A
"Survey planned on looks of city", 97-Mar-13:1B
"Texaco refutes claims in Anderson Island case", 97-Dec-09:3B
"Toxins turn up in Anderson Island soil test", 97-Nov-21:1A
"Volunteers sought for tree planting", 97-Jan-17:1B
"Volunteers turn out to plant trees", 97-Jan-19:2B
"Wildflower program expands", 97-Oct-21:1B
Shreveport-Fire Dept.
"City fire chief defends actions of paramedics", 97-May-10:1A
"City fire rating grade expected to stay good", 97-Nov-10:2B
"Fire chief: 'We made a mistake'", 97-May-21:1A
"Fire Department gets new pumper", 97-Aug-14:2B
"Fire Department under review", 97-Sep-12:1A
"Fire Department worker gets his position back", 97-Jun-21:1A
"Firefighters, police wait for pay hike", 97-Jan-14:1A
"Group donates smoke detectors", 97-Mar-20:2B
"Hospital donates to EMS teams", 97-Apr-19:3B
"Local firefighters hail verdict", 97-Jun-03:4A
"Man rescued from ditch cave-in", 97-Apr-19:1A
"Police, fire workers say approved pay raise has flaws", 97-Jan-29:1A
"Shreveport fire official retires", 97-Aug-31:1B
"Shreveport gets new ladder trucks", 97-Nov-21:1B
"Shreveport unveils new fire station", 97-Oct-25:1B
"Vote on police, fire raises delayed 2 weeks", 97-Jan-15:1B
Shreveport-Gilbert and Sullivan Society
"'Iolanthe' is good-natured fun", 97-Feb-28:3D
"G&S Society readies 'Iolanthe' for the stage", 97-Feb-23:9E
"Operetta society announces cast for 'Lolanthe'", 97-Jan-24:3D
Shreveport-Little Theatre
"'A Few men' offers exceptional drama", 97-Sep-13:3D
"'Born Yesterday' auditions set", 97-Jan-07:1D
"'Born Yesterday' runs smooth on stage", 97-Mar-07:3D
"'Fences' going up at Little Theatre in latest offering", 97-May-10:1D
"'The Stanley Parkers' to stage limited run", 97-Apr-06:9E
"'Woman in Black' neatly done", 97-Jan-24:3D
"Cast announced for 'Real Queen of Hearts'", 97-Jul-01:3D
"Cast announced for Little Theatre's 'Fences'", 97-May-06:3D
"Director searches for play actors", 97-Dec-31:1D
"Little Theatre enlists actors", 97-Aug-15:3D
"Little Theatre names 'Born Yesterday' cast", 97-Feb-22:3D
"Little Theatre offers acting classes", 97-Oct-07:3D
"Little Theatre play wins top award", 97-Mar-25:1D
"Murder and music will headline Little Theatre's new season", 97-May-28:3D
"Mystery surrounds 'Woman in Black'", 97-Jan-19:7E
"Performers sought for contest play", 97-Jan-31:1D
"Powerful drama comes to local stage", 97-Sep-07:8E
"Show gets rebirth" [Born Yesterday], 97-Mar-02:13E
"Shreveport theater looks for actors", 97-Sep-12:1D
"SLT adds 'Fences' performance", 97-May-30:1D
"SLT sets actor's workshop offering", 97-Nov-05:1D
"SLT sets auditions for 'Dearly Departed'", 97-Dec-22:3D
"SLT to hold classes", 97-Dec-10:1D
"SLT's 'Fences' is a quality show", 97-May-16:3D
"SLT's 'Laughter' is a so-so show", 97-Nov-08:5D
"Theatre guild gets ready for upcoming style show", 97-Mar-14:1D
"Theatre hopes for laughter with show", 97-Nov-02:7E
"Theatre production to begin Thursday", 97-Mar-03:1B
"Theatre seeks cast for 'Fences' roles", 97-Mar-14:1D
"Theatre seeks cast for 'Ravenscroft'", 97-Nov-04:1D
"Utopia to present 'Queen'", 97-Jul-13:9E
Shreveport-Metropolitan Ballet
"Ballet company performs Saturday", 97-Sep-12:1D
"Ballet group needs designs from artists", 97-Sep-10:1D
"Ballet to offer evening of classics", 97-Apr-13:7E
"Early tickets to spring performance on sale to ballet members only", 97-Mar-02:13E
"Guest artists include out-of-towners", 97-Dec-01:3D
"Library to present 'The Nutcracker'", 97-Nov-22:5D
"Nutcracker shines with stars", 97-Dec-07:3D
"Shreveport Ballet marks 25 years", 97-Dec-01:1D
"Shreveport Ballet selling pansies", 97-Sep-24:1D
Shreveport-Metropolitan Planning Commission
"Architect asks MPC to finish plan", 97-Jul-03:1B
"Board delays final decision on closing rail crossings", 97-Jul-30:1B
"City wants hearing this month on closing of one rail crossing", 97-Jul-09:2B
"Commission will decide fate of riverfront plan", 97-Jul-15:1B
"Committee pulls plug on riverfront plan", 97-Jun-24:1B
"Decision on home hair salons postponed", 97-Mar-20:1B
"Letter offers Barnwell as site for riverboat", 97-Jul-22:1A
"Master plan's future unclear", 97-Jun-17:1B
"MPC adopts draft master plan", 97-Jul-17:1B
"MPC may delay decision on home-salon ban", 97-Feb-19:2B
"MPC OKs railroad closures", 97-Aug-21:1B
"MPC seeks public views on I-49 route", 97-Oct-15:2B
"MPC to hear comments on railroad grade crossings", 97-Jul-29:1B
"New plan for riverfront is nearing completion", 97-May-05:3B
"Planning board OKs Hollywood rezoning", 97-Nov-14:1B
"Proposal would ban new home hair salons", 97-Feb-06:1A
"Residents oppose proposed McDonald's", 97-Nov-19:1B
"Riverfront's future sparks debate", 97-Jun-19:1A
"Zoning approved for McDonald's", 97-Nov-20:1B
Shreveport-Mudbugs
"'Little General' needs sturcture", 97-Nov-25:1C
"Area enters new ice age", 97-Sep-27:1D
"Blowing in from the North", 97-Oct-07:1C
"Brahmas battle past Mudbugs", 97-Dec-21:1D
"Brahmas bull past struggling Mudbugs", 97-Dec-17:1C
"Buchanan's four goals lead Mudbugs' rout", 97-Nov-02:1D
"Bugs break the ice", 97-Oct-17:1C
"Bugs power past Wizards", 97-Nov-21:1C
"Bugs score at the gate", 97-Oct-28:1C
"Bugs smash Texans", 97-Nov-15:1C
"Disputes between Mudbugs, Hirsch intensify", 97-Sep-27:1A
"Fans are 'bugged out over hockey", 97-Oct-24:1D
"Fighting has a purpose", 97-Nov-04:1C
"Goalie tosses shutout for Bugs", 97-Nov-08:1C
"Goalie's saves key Mudbugs' 2-1 victory", 97-Nov-22:1C
"Hockey rumbles Hirsch", 97-Oct-17:1A
"Hockey team isn't counting numbers", 97-Sep-30:1C
"Ice age cometh", 97-Oct-16:1C
"Ice Bats end Mudbugs' win streak", 97-Dec-06:1C
"Ice Pirates trip up Mudbugs in Lake Charles", 97-Dec-29:1C
"Jackelopes need shootout to knock off Mudbugs", 97-Dec-13:1C
"Lease dispute freezes public skating at Hirsch", 97-Oct-18:1A
"Mudbugs acquire defenseman", 97-Oct-08:5C
"Mudbugs add force on defense", 97-Aug-07:1C
"Mudbugs add two more players", 97-Sep-16:5C
"Mudbugs attempt to wing way back", 97-Dec-09:1C
"Mudbugs bounce back from early deficit for win", 97-Dec-03:1C
"Mudbugs bounce back from loss with 6-3 win", 97-Oct-29:1C
"Mudbugs continue filling out roster", 97-Sep-04:1C
"Mudbugs debut with 6-1 victory", 97-Oct-09:1C
"Mudbugs find answers in win", 97-Dec-31:1C
"Mudbugs find Power enough to defeat Mocs", 97-Nov-23:1D
"Mudbugs fret little in rout of 'rival'", 97-Oct-24:1C
"Mudbugs games will air on KLKL", 97-Sep-18:4C
"Mudbugs grab East lead with 4-2 win", 97-Nov-09:1D
"Mudbugs have had special success", 97-Nov-18:1C
"Mudbugs lose lead, game at Amarillo", 97-Oct-31:1C
"Mudbugs lose two players amid trade rumors", 97-Dec-19:1C
"Mudbugs may feast in East", 97-Oct-14:1C
"Mudbugs move the merchandise", 97-Oct-16:8B
"Mudbugs need shootout for 5-4 triumph", 97-Nov-16:1D
"Mudbugs players are oldest in WPHL", 97-Dec-23:1C
"Mudbugs preseason ends with 9-6 romp", 97-Oct-13:1C
"Mudbugs rally to edge Rattlers", 97-Oct-20:1C
"Mudbugs report", 97-Nov-08:3C
"Mudbugs shuns disappointment", 97-Nov-11:1C
"Mudbugs sign 2 players", 97-Jul-16:1C
"Mudbugs skate to second triumph", 97-Oct-19:1D
"Mudbugs stay perfect", 97-Oct-22:1C
"Mudbugs wallop Wizards", 97-Dec-27:1C
"Mudbugs, fair negotiate issues", 97-Sep-30:1C
"New 'Bug scores late goal in victory", 97-Nov-07:1C
"New goalie, same result: Mudbugs whip Ice Pirates", 97-Nov-12:1C
"NHL experience helps now", 97-Oct-21:1C
"One month to Mudbug hockey", 97-Sep-16:1C
"Place your ad here", 97-Sep-09:1C
"Russian Traktor in town", 97-Dec-18:1C
"St. Pierre saves Mudbugs in 5-4 shootout victory", 97-Dec-20:1C
"St. Pierre's goal was not to play there", 97-Dec-02:1C
"Stampede tramples Bugs in shutout", 97-Nov-14:1C
"Struggling Mudbugs stung by Scorpions", 97-Dec-14:1D
"Traktor plows Mudbugs", 97-Dec-19:1C
"Two Mudbugs to play in all-star game", 97-Dec-23:3C
"Well-rested Mudbugs skate past Wizards 5-1", 97-Nov-30:1D
"Winger throws himself into games", 97-Dec-30:1C
Shreveport-Opera
"'Merry Widow' is lilting operetta", 97-Nov-17:3D
"'Rigoletto' closes opera season", 97-Mar-23:2B
"Award-winning hopefuls to take opera stage", 97-Jan-12:6E
"Cast chosen for 'Rigoletto' opera", 97-Mar-12:3D
"Fans of the opera", 97-Oct-13:1D
"Opera company names 'Merry Widow' cast", 97-Nov-05:4D
"Opera company to hold contest", 97-Jan-14:1D
"Opera offers half-price tickets", 97-Jan-17:1D
"Opera to preview 'La Boheme'", 97-Sep-22:1D
"Opera to stage free preview today", 97-Oct-04:1B
"Opera's Met winners shine in concert", 97-Jan-19:2B
"Party to preview 'Rigoletto'", 97-Feb-21:1D
"Shreveport Opera announces new season", 97-Jun-17:3D
"Shreveport Opera does first-class 'La Boheme'", 97-Oct-20:3D
"Shreveport Opera readies 'Rigoletto'", 97-Mar-16:7E
"Shreveport Opera to coordinate class", 97-Sep-03:1D
"Shreveport Opera to have auditions", 97-Jan-08:1D
"Shreveport Opera to host parties", 97-Oct-29:1D
"Shreveport Opera to serve up music, dinner and candlelight", 97-Jan-17:3D
"Strike won't halt opera concert", 97-Jan-15:1D
Shreveport-Patriots
"Hockey club plays name games with New England", 97-Mar-21:1C
"Hockey team to be Patriots", 97-Mar-14:1C
"WPHL close to securing ownership deal for Patriots", 97-Apr-01:1C
See also Shreveport-Mudbugs
Shreveport-Pirates
"City sues former Pirate owner", 97-Nov-11:1B
"City wants $1 million owed by Glieberman", 97-Jun-20:1A
"Contract at issue in battle", 97-Jul-25:1C
"Glieberman pays bills, takes Tucker", 97-Jan-11:1B
"Glieberman says he'll meet with city", 97-Jul-09:1B
"Tolliver sues ex-Pirates owner", 97-Mar-19:1C
Shreveport-Police Dept.
"'Fallen heroes' remembered", 97-May-23:1B
"10 citizens to graduate from police program", 97-Jan-30:4B
"13 new officers take to streets in Shreveport", 97-Jul-16:1A
"14 graduate from police academy", 97-Nov-11:5B
"19 graduate from police academy", 97-Jun-17:4B
"Accidents come with the job", 97-Jul-17:1A
"Arrestees in City Jail head for record", 97-Sep-26:1B
"Association honors Shreveport police", 97-Jan-24:2B
"Citizens's Academy to start July 1", 97-Jun-22:1B
"City jailer arrested, then fired", 97-Mar-12:1B
"City tries to build up reserves", 97-Feb-26:2B
"Community policing reduces crime", 97-Sep-27:1A
"Community, police get national grant to work with youths", 97-Nov-04:1A
"Crime by the numbers", 97-Sep-01:3B
"FBI: Shreveport crime on decline", 97-Nov-24:1A
"Fingerprint center gets more hands", 97-Sep-17:1B
"Firefighters, police wait for pay hike", 97-Jan-14:1A
"Grants bolster Police Department", 97-Feb-24:1A
"Group honors local police captain", 97-Apr-20:1B
"Home burglaries up in Shreveport" [Statistics], 97-Jan-02:1A
"Kenner seeks to entice local police officers", 97-Dec-27:1B
"Law enforcement views state law with caution", 97-Feb-10:3B
"Lost youth: The high price of teen violence" [Local and State], 97-Apr-20:1A, 97-Apr-20:2B, 97-Apr-21:1A, 97-Apr-22:1A, 97-Apr-22:2B, 97-Jun-08:1A, 97-Jun-09:1A
"Mobile police substation to roll in Shreveport soon", 97-Nov-05:3B
"Most wanted", 97-Aug-24:1A
"New patch proposed for Shreveport police", 97-May-29:1B
"Officer's wreck draws questions from residents", 97-Nov-06:1B
"Officers need younger horses", 97-Mar-29:1B
"Parish begins VINE program", 97-Nov-22:1B
"Partnership brings computers", 97-Feb-25:2B
"Police add minorities", 97-Mar-24:1B
"Police buckle down on holiday crime", 97-Dec-01:1A
"Police make 47 arrests in Lakeside vicinity", 97-Jun-27:1B
"Police office moves to Highland", 97-Oct-07:1B
"Police officer directs summer youth camp", 97-Jun-07:1B
"Police officers reach out to residents", 97-Jul-16:2B
"Police officers to receive promotions", 97-Jan-13:5B
"Police prepare to face the worst", 97-Jul-20:1A
"Police sport new patches", 97-Aug-07:4B
"Police volunteers help local burglary victims", 97-Sep-09:3B
"Police will pack more firepower", 97-Mar-25:1A
"Police, fire workers say approved pay raise has flaws", 97-Jan-29:1A
"Policing plan pays off", 97-Mar-03:1B
"Prator announces police promotion", 97-Oct-19:1B
"Prator defends rating process", 97-Apr-28:1A
"Prator promotes 2 officers, 2 jailers", 97-Sep-16:1B
"Prator scraps rating proposal", 97-Apr-29:1A
"Rape cases increase in Shreveport" [statistics], 97-Aug-25:1A
"Retiring Shreveport officer recalls days of segregation", 97-Sep-16:2B
"Rimsky recovering", 97-Dec-28:1E
"Shreveport crime rate creeps up", 97-Jun-02:1A
"Shreveport officer reinstated after firing", 97-Aug-26:1A
"Shreveport officers earn promotions", 97-Jun-03:1B
"Shreveport officers to be promoted", 97-Jan-06:1B
"Shreveport police net their 5th federal grant", 97-Nov-18:1A
"Shreveport police promote officers", 97-Apr-07:1B
"Shreveport police promotions posted", 97-Feb-22:1B
"Shreveport police set up Internet site", 97-Oct-21:2B
"Shreveport reports fewer violent crimes", 97-Apr-12:1A
"Shreveport's violent crime rate hits 7-year low", 97-Jan-17:1B
"System will rate officers", 97-Apr-27:1A
"The truth is in here and it's piling up", 97-Jun-17:1B
"Two-wheel job proves risky", 97-Jun-06:1B
"Vote on police, fire raises delayed 2 weeks", 97-Jan-15:1B
Shreveport-Regional Airport
"Contractors get scoop on airport update job", 97-Feb-12:1B
"Journeys of all sorts begin at the airport", 97-Jan-18:1B
"Off the beaten path", 97-Aug-13:1A
"Regional Airport upgrade about to take off", 97-May-27:1B
Shreveport-Regional Sports Authority
"LSUS lands first USA Weightlifting Developmental Center", 97-Mar-20:1A
"Weighlifting announcement is why SRSA exists", 97-Mar-20:1C
Shreveport-Riverfront Development
"'Riverfront' money spread across city", 97-Jul-24:1A
"Cane's Landing shows promise as future park", 97-Aug-17:14A
"City asks for input on master plan", 97-Jun-16:1A
"Downtown may lose festivals", 97-Mar-14:1A
"Mayor endorses 1994 riverfront master plan", 97-Jun-03:1A
"Mayor hires own planners", 97-Jul-04:1B
"New plan for riverfront is nearing completion", 97-May-05:3B
"Panel unhappy with master plan", 97-Jun-10:1B
"Ready for rejuvenation", 97-Aug-17:1A
"Riverfront's future sparks debate", 97-Jun-19:1A
"Wanted: Festival site, on riverfront, cheap", 97-Apr-30:2B
Shreveport-Storm
"After four months, Jacobson still hasn't sued CBA", 97-Jan-15:1C
Shreveport-Symphony
"An intimate affair", 97-Dec-15:1D
"Bravo! Shreveport Symphony", 97-May-11:2B
"Concert to feature gold medalist", 97-May-04:7E
"Concert to feature top violinist", 97-Feb-27:2B
"Concert's conductor announced", 97-Feb-26:1B
"Conductor sought for symphony benefit show", 97-Feb-25:2B
"Conductor to direct concert in N.Y.", 97-Mar-11:1D
"Crowd picnics on pops concert", 97-Jun-01:1B
"Fiesta party to follow symphony's opener", 97-Sep-06:1D
"Final '97 concert-pair nears", 97-May-18:10E
"Hundreds attend symphony benefit", 97-Mar-01:1B
"Musicians rally for support", 97-Feb-03:1B
"Negotiations continue in symphony strike", 97-Feb-20:2B
"New Symphony season opens on brilliant note", 97-Sep-14:6B
"Ovations fill concert hall for symphony", 97-Apr-06:1A
"Pianist to headline symphony concert-pair", 97-Nov-16:7E
"Rally supports striking musicians", 97-Jan-31:1B
"Second concert by symphony gets postponed", 97-Jan-21:3D
"Shreveport Symphony cuts 4 administrative positions", 97-Feb-01:1B
"Shreveport Symphony gears up for the new year", 97-Jan-05:6E
"Shreveport Symphony gives winning salute to Oscar", 97-May-16:3D
"Shreveport Symphony management set to settle with striking musicians", 97-Mar-06:1A
"Simons leads musical charge", 97-Sep-09:1D
"Starry, starry night", 97-May-05:1D
"Striking musicians leave picket line", 97-Feb-23:1B
"Striking musicians to perform here", 97-Feb-13:5D
"Symphony cancels several concerts", 97-Feb-28:1B
"Symphony concert free to the public", 97-Oct-21:1B
"Symphony concert light, fun, well played", 97-May-24:3D
"Symphony concert to honor MLK", 97-May-12:1D
"Symphony dazzles fans with Lerner and Loewe", 97-Apr-26:3D
"Symphony executive chief leaves", 97-Sep-05:1B
"Symphony fans hope today's talks will end strike", 97-Feb-18:1A
"Symphony gears up for 'People's Concert'", 97-May-17:3D
"Symphony gears up to make a 'Difference'", 97-Feb-22:2B
"Symphony goes to the movies", 97-May-11:8E
"Symphony Halloween concert sort of fun", 97-Nov-02:5B
"Symphony may end strike today", 97-Mar-11:1A
"Symphony may play again soon, mediator says", 97-Feb-14:1A
"Symphony mediators to meet again today", 97-Feb-19:1B
"Symphony members take to picket lines", 97-Jan-12:1A
"Symphony mulls delayed concerts", 97-Mar-19:1B
"Symphony musicians, management still in negotiations over contract", 97-Jan-06:3B
"Symphony offers 'Pick Your Seats'", 97-Aug-26:1D
"Symphony offers 'Symphomation'", 97-Sep-23:1D
"Symphony offers gala opening", 97-Aug-19:1D
"Symphony offers patrons a variety", 97-May-25:9E
"Symphony offers shuttle service", 97-Oct-03:1D
"Symphony opens season tonight", 97-Sep-13:1B
"Symphony plays free concert today", 97-Apr-23:1D
"Symphony plays waiting game", 97-Feb-27:1B
"Symphony Pops series goes Broadway", 97-Apr-22:3D
"Symphony raffles convertible, trip", 97-Feb-05:1D
"Symphony readies for a 'new era'", 97-Jun-06:1D
"Symphony reschedules several concerts", 97-Mar-21:1B
"Symphony returns to stage today", 97-Apr-05:1B
"Symphony returns with impressive outing", 97-Apr-06:5B
"Symphony schedules preconcert lecture", 97-Nov-22:5D
"Symphony sets benefit concert", 97-Feb-21:1B
"Symphony sets Tiny Tots concert", 97-Sep-17:1D
"Symphony sets Tiny Tots program", 97-Apr-14:1D, 97-Oct-20:1D
"Symphony signs new contract", 97-Mar-12:1A
"Symphony strike still at stalemate", 97-Jan-22:2B
"Symphony strikers walk picket line", 97-Jan-13:1B
"Symphony talks still stalled on benefits, wages", 97-Mar-07:1B
"Symphony tallying concert receipts", 97-Mar-04:1B
"Symphony to dish out 'Trick and Treats'", 97-Oct-26:8E
"Symphony to give free concert", 97-Oct-18:1D
"Symphony to host St. Patrick's Day gala", 97-Mar-13:5D
"Symphony to offer 'Holiday Magic'", 97-Nov-23:7E
"Symphony to strike; concert postponed", 97-Jan-11:1A
"Symphony will offer '70s hits", 97-Sep-28:8E
"Symphony's concert of '70s tunes grooves crowd at outdoor concert", 97-Oct-04:2D
"Symphony's staff loses another position", 97-Feb-12:1B
"Tchaikovsky's music will kick off concert-pair", 97-Sep-07:8E
Shreveport-Times
"Business leader nominees wanted", 97-Oct-12:1C
"Businesspeople become community leaders", 97-Nov-09:1C
"Drama Awards to be June 22", 97-Jun-07:1D
"East Bank, Centenary are big Times Drama Award winners", 97-Jun-23:1D
"Fireworks heat up sizzling July 4th", 97-Jul-05:1A
"Hedge, Allen take top honors in Louisiana writing competition", 97-Jul-14:1C
"Local productions will learn how they rate on Sunday", 97-Jun-20:3D
"Music, food, fireworks on tap at parkway party", 97-Jul-04:1A
"Nominations are announced for the Times Drama Awards", 97-Jun-15:10E
"Press association rewards Times staff with 21 honors", 97-Apr-13:1B
"The Times hires ad executives", 97-Jan-08:8B
"The Times takes 6 awards at banquet", 97-Apr-12:1B
"The Times, KTAL-TV to fire up the Fourth", 97-Jun-19:1A
"Times forum to explore solutions", 97-Jun-08:1A
"Times staffers win national awards", 97-Jun-26:1B
"Times to create vision for community's future", 97-Jul-13:1A
"Times writer dedicated to craft", 97-Jun-04:1B
Shriners Hospital
"75 years of helping children", 97-Apr-11:1D
"Girl says she'll miss Shriners Hospital staff", 97-Jun-11:1A
"Shriners Hospital celebrates 75th birthday", 97-Apr-13:2B
Singleton, Rep. Willie
"No charges filed against Singleton", 97-Apr-07:1A
Southern University
"Barge accident closes down parts of Baton Rouge", 97-Mar-19:5B
"IRS misinformation costly for Southern University", 97-Mar-24:1B
"Southern fails at fee collection", 97-Jan-28:1A
"Southern to pay back scholarships", 97-Feb-02:5B
"Southern U. band will march in inaugural parade Jan. 20", 97-Jan-13:3B
"Southern University chancellor to quit", 97-Dec-13:1B
Southern University-Shreveport
"'Where we've been'", 97-Feb-15:6B
"Appreciate achievement, SUSBO graduates told", 97-May-07:2B
"Ex-SUSBO chief indicted in tax fraud", 97-Mar-29:1B
"Fair Park improves medical magnet, will form partnership with SUSBO", 97-Aug-11:1B
"Outlook excellent for SUSBO class of '98", 97-Dec-02:1B
"Professors want more money", 97-Jul-22:1A
"Southern commences graduates", 97-May-27:2B
"Students can stay sharp with SUSBO summer courses", 97-Mar-30:1B
"Summer programs let students prepare for their future careers", 97-Aug-01:1B
"SUSBO graduation slated tonight", 97-May-06:1B
"SUSBO holding open house", 97-Aug-17:1B
"SUSBO kicks off 17 new programs", 97-Sep-02:1B
"SUSBO marks 30th birthday", 97-Nov-12:1B
"SUSBO names Chancellor's and honor's lists students", 97-Jul-30:6E
"SUSBO staff to meet journalists on court", 97-Oct-18:1B
"SUSBO to hold black history event", 97-Feb-04:1B
"SUSBO to host blues, zydeco festival Thursday", 97-Oct-29:1E
"SUSBO to mark anniversary today", 97-Nov-11:5B
"SUSBO to mark Founders' Day", 97-Mar-06:1B
"SUSBO, Grambling, NSU get grants", 97-Jun-21:1A
"Two top officials at SUSBO clash", 97-Oct-24:1B
SPAR
"Airport park computer classroom helps lay groundwork for residents", 97-Feb-11:1B
"Audit: SPAR in chaos", 97-Mar-07:1A
"Bank records delay SPAR investigation", 97-May-02:1A
"Baseball stars to dedicate stadium", 97-Nov-25:1B
"Checks' theft led to SPAR investigation", 97-Apr-26:1B
"Cities share parks problems", 97-Oct-07:1A
"City must OK parade parking", 97-Jan-12:1A
"City preparing to spruce up parks", 97-Oct-23:1B
"Ex-SPAR director gets court date", 97-Nov-17:1B
"Ex-SPAR director going to court", 97-Jun-23:1B
"Ex-SPAR director's court date set", 97-Dec-02:1B
"Ex-SPAR official arrested", 97-May-31:1A
"Ex-SPAR official pleads not guilty", 97-Sep-04:2B
"Ex-SPAR official set to plead not guilty", 97-Jul-29:3B
"Final I-Bowl audit: Thousands lost", 97-May-16:1A
"Former official awaits trial in theft of SPAR money", 97-Sep-08:1B
"Former SPAR director pleads not guilty to theft", 97-Jun-24:1B
"Golfing finances staying on par", 97-Dec-12:1B
"Johnson had get-things-done attitude", 97-Apr-19:4A
"List cut to five for SPAR chief", 97-Dec-14:1B
"Mayor: External SPAR audit needed", 97-Mar-08:1A
"MLK program gets city attention", 97-Jul-07:1B
"No arrests expected for concession loss at I-Bowl", 97-Mar-01:1A
"Officials make corrections within parks departments", 97-Oct-07:4A
"Past three decades put department on seesaw", 97-Apr-19:4A
"Reaction to arrest mixed", 97-Apr-19:4A
"SPAR chief seeks more security", 97-May-11:1B
"SPAR director arrested", 97-Apr-19:1A
"SPAR director's hearing delayed", 97-May-08:1B
"SPAR gets reorganized", 97-Sep-23:1B
"SPAR probe delayed", 97-May-10:1B
"SPAR troubles prompt city to review all departments", 97-Apr-25:1A
"Stadium gets new vending company", 97-Sep-06:1B
"Thousands were lost in concessions, audit states", 97-Feb-25:1B
"Wanted: Lifeguards", 97-May-17:1B
SporTran
"SporTran ranked among best", 97-Jul-02:1B
Spring Street Museum
"Daughters of the Cross", 97-Apr-14:1D
"Museum extends current exhibit", 97-Jun-20:1D
"Order of nuns to be featured in museum exhibit", 97-Mar-20:5D
Springhill, La.
"Springhill says so long to soda fountain", 97-Jul-01:1A
SRAC
"'Mural Madness' spreads from downtown Shreveport", 97-Dec-29:1B
"ARTBREAK brings fun, learning to Expo Hall this week", 97-Apr-27:1E
"ARTBREAK luncheon brings out the VIPs", 97-May-06:1D
"ARTBREAK names literary and visual winners", 97-May-14:6E
"Artist comes to town for community project", 97-Oct-01:1A
"Artists applaud efforts to embrace the arts", 97-Nov-02:1B
"Artists give buses new look, attitude", 97-Aug-06:1E
"Artists loft plans to be finalized", 97-Jul-07:1B
"Artists sought for large mural", 97-Sep-10:1D
"Arts Council plans get-together", 97-May-26:1B
"Arts Council sets monthly meetings", 97-Sep-07:1B
"Arts Council sets technical workshop", 97-Feb-06:5D
"Arts deadlines approaching", 97-Mar-01:1B
"Arts panel plans meetings at SRAC", 97-Nov-04:1B
"Au revoir, neon nights", 97-Sep-21:1B
"Colorful elephant proves to be a real eye-catcher at ARTBREAK", 97-May-04:1B
"Council seeks artists for registry", 97-May-31:1B
"Council sets grant deadline", 97-Aug-15:10B
"Downtown draws art lovers", 97-Jun-13:1D
"Elephant makes Bank One its home", 97-May-20:1D
"Hundreds have a NEON night", 97-May-18:1B
"It's time for an ARTBREAK", 97-May-02:2E
"Literary Panel sets writing contest", 97-Oct-30:1D
"Magazine praises SRAC's Christmas in the Sky", 97-Dec-06:1A
"Magician has something up his sleeve for arts festival", 97-Jul-18:3E
"Murals brighten up downtown", 97-Jul-15:2B
"Neon Saturday Nights strives to get brighter", 97-May-15:1B
"New art group sets 'ARTSTOP LA'97: Open Studio Tour", 97-Nov-19:5D
"Painting the walls", 97-Jul-07:1D
"Scholarship pays off for ARTBREAK student", 97-May-02:1D
"Shreveport Arts Council receives $150,000 grant", 97-Apr-11:1A
"SRAC announces technical workshop", 97-Jan-10:1D
"SRAC featured in arts publication", 97-Nov-21:1D
"SRAC grant has had results", 97-Oct-01:2A
"SRAC plans arts, brown bag event", 97-Jul-06:1B
"SRAC reopens call to artists", 97-Oct-30:5D
"SRAC schedules artist retreat", 97-Oct-17:1D
"SRAC schedules panel meetings", 97-Nov-29:1B
"SRAC to conduct grant workshop", 97-Jul-28:1D
"Students enjoy ARTBREAK festival", 97-May-01:1B
Strand Theatre
"'Battle of the Big Bands' brings nostalgia to Strand", 97-Jan-29:3D
"'Cats' purrs right along on Strand stage", 97-Aug-12:3D
"'Damn Yankees' comes out a winner", 97-Oct-24:3D
"'Damn Yankees' comes to Strand", 97-Oct-19:8E
"'Damn Yankees' tickets on sale", 97-Oct-15:1D
"'Dance alive' tickets on sale", 97-Apr-12:1D
"'Grease,' Little Richard to take Strand stage", 97-Jun-20:1D
"'Nutcracker' returns", 97-Nov-10:1D
"'Spider Woman' spins a fine web at Strand", 97-Apr-04:3D
"'Spider Woman' to close season for The Strand", 97-Mar-30:6E
"'Zorba' tour to sing at The Strand", 97-Jan-26:6E
"Air Force band to perform here", 97-Jan-25:1B
"Area to get a taste of Israeli music, performers", 97-Aug-19:1D
"Big Bands of the '40s to battle it out at The Strand", 97-Jan-21:1D
"Dorsey/Jones big hit with Strand audience", 97-Nov-09:2B
"Dukes of Dixieland bring Big Easy sound to Strand", 97-Jan-18:3D
"Fun, flying objects a hit at Strand", 97-Jan-11:3D
"Gospel show coming to Strand", 97-Apr-12:1D
"Groups' elaborate footwork woos 'Dance alive!' audience", 97-Apr-28:3D
"Hamlisch to open Strand's new season", 97-Sep-21:9E
"Jones brings down the house at The Strand", 97-Feb-09:2B
"La JAZDANZ offering second concert", 97-Nov-20:4D
"La JAZDANZ sets second concert", 97-Nov-06:1D
"Miller Orchestra remains timeless", 97-Feb-22:3D
"Miller's melodies set a mood", 97-Feb-15:3D
"Nobody does it better than Marvin Hamlisch", 97-Sep-28:2B
"Russian 'Nutcracker' coming to Strand", 97-Sep-04:1A
"Russian 'Nutcracker' selects local children", 97-Oct-16:5D
"Shepherd to ride home for holiday concert", 97-Dec-12:1A
"Smokey times three", 97-Dec-29:1D
"Sound of Dixieland to fill Strand", 97-Jan-12:6E
"Strand to add 'Grease' matinee", 97-Nov-06:1D
"The stage is set", 97-Aug-17:1E
"The Strand will swing with big band sounds", 97-Nov-02:7E
"The Strand's donating 'friends' could receive airline tickets", 97-Aug-13:1D
"Tickets on sale for 'Spider Woman'", 97-Mar-28:1D
"TNN, PBS to film celebration for Jimmie Davis at Strand", 97-Sep-10:1D
"Tom Jones to bring swiveling hips and high-energy show to Strand", 97-Jan-18:1D
"Variety of moves keep audience jumping", 97-Nov-24:3D
"Vaudeville returns to The Strand", 97-Jan-05:6E
Sutton, Hal
"Cutting edge", 97-Jul-20:1D
"Sutton plays for love, not lust", 97-Jun-15:7D
SWEPCO
"Cajun's bankruptcy hearings delayed", 97-Jan-08:8B
"Electric company agrees to buy SWEPCO's power", 97-Dec-03:8B
"PSC to recommend bid for utility on Aug. 20", 97-Aug-06:8B
"State agency approves SWEPCO rate, again", 97-Oct-24:8B
"SWEPCO accused of buying votes in bid to get co-op", 97-Apr-22:10B
"SWEPCO extends hours for payments", 97-May-17:8B
"SWEPCO group increases bid for Cajun Electric", 97-Mar-08:10B
"SWEPCO merger may lower rates", 97-Dec-23:1A
"SWEPCO receives support from co-ops", 97-Apr-21:6B
"SWEPCO's parent to merge", 97-Dec-23:8B

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Tarver, Sen. Greg
"Tarver called to testify in Edwards investigation", 97-Jun-14:1A
"Tarver to receive award from church", 97-Jan-18:1B
"Tarver to testify before EWE grand jury today", 97-Jun-17:1B
"Tarver, DeBartolo appear before EWE grand jury", 97-Jun-18:1B
"Tarver, Fields are included in EWE investigation", 97-Dec-04:2A
Tauzin, Rep. Billy
"Federal oil reserves may be sold", 97-Jun-19:8B
"State should retrain workers, Tauzin says", 97-Aug-12:5B
"Tauzin asks for criminal investigation of campaign", 97-Feb-18:1A
"Tauzin bill to call for greater Internet privacy protection", 97-Jul-30:6A
"Tauzin shows how easily scanners can be altered", 97-Feb-06:3A
Toledo Bend
"Residents to decide whether to incorporate", 97-Jan-17:1B
"Toledo Bend hotel deal hinges on state support", 97-Feb-04:1A
"Toledo Bend seeks development", 97-Jul-19:1B
"Toledo Town votes down incorporation", 97-Jan-19:5B
Toms, David
"PGA's Toms has a great two weeks", 97-Jul-19:1C
"Toms gets 1st PGA win", 97-Jul-14:1C
"Toms' first PGA Tour win one for the imagination", 97-Jul-20:1D
"Toms' first PGA victory was meant to be grand", 97-Jul-20:1B
Tulane
"Tulane President Eamon Kelly announces retirement in '98", 97-Jan-09:3B

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United Systems of Independent Soccer Leagues
See USISL
Urban, Freda
"Obituaries", 97-May-29:2B
"Retired restaurateur dies", 97-May-29:6B
USISL
"City gains pro soccer franchise", 97-Oct-29:1C
USS Louisiana
"Last Trident, USS Louisiana, joins the fleet", 97-Sep-07:6B
"USS Louisiana to be commissioned in Georgia", 97-Jan-18:4B

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Veterans of Foreign War
"VFW Honor Guard recognized at BAFB", 97-Mar-22:1B
Vivian, La.
"New life for old theater?", 97-Jul-21:1B
"North Caddo EMS nears 10 years of serving area", 97-Apr-21:1B
"Old school, new life", 97-Feb-10:1B
"Vivian election: It's about who you know", 97-Mar-15:1B
"Vivian seeks new city hall", 97-Jul-19:3B
"Vivian to join state program to aid downtown", 97-May-17:1B

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Walker, Todd
"Bossier City's Walker tries to put pieces together", 97-Jun-15:1D
"Walker applies lessons", 97-Feb-24:1C
"Walker ready for first full season", 97-Mar-30:1D
Wallace Lake
"Dam is making the problem worse on swollen Wallace Lake, some say", 97-Mar-04:2B
Wallette, Mavice Colley
"Obituary", 97-Jul-27:4B
"Wallette services slated for Monday afternoon", 97-Jul-27:5B
Water Supply
"Cities' water supply gets dose of royal treatment", 97-Jan-22:1E
Weather
"Dam is making the problem worse on swollen Wallace Lake, some say", 97-Mar-04:2B
"Damages reach $10 million", 97-Apr-24:1A
"Flood danger passes town by", 97-Mar-06:2B
"Flood-stricken residents heading for higher ground", 97-Apr-09:2B
"Flooding taxes local residents", 97-Apr-09:1A
"Heat claims eighth victim", 97-Jul-30:1A
"Heat-related deaths hit 10", 97-Jul-31:1A
"High winds pound area", 97-Apr-23:3B
"Homes threatened as Red Chute Bayou spills", 97-Apr-08:1A
"Hot spell claims 3 lives here", 97-Jul-29:1A
"Levee at Angola is vulnerable, Foster says; prison sandbagged", 97-Mar-25:2B
"Levees might stymie flooding in Cane Bend", 97-May-19:1B
"Louisiana residents brace for more flooding", 97-Mar-22:1A
"Mighty Mississippi worries Louisianans", 97-Mar-26:1A
"N.La. prepares for a flood", 97-Mar-03:1A
"Residents prepare for near record-level flood", 97-Mar-03:4A
"Rising waters inundate area", 97-Mar-04:1A
"Storm pummels area", 97-Apr-23:1A
"Sun today, rain by weekend", 97-Mar-06:1A
"Surge of showers causes flooding", 97-Apr-05:1A
"The flood of '97", 97-Mar-04:3B
"The storms' aftermath", 97-Mar-05:2B
"Victims say they weren't warned of rising water", 97-Apr-09:2B
"Water's slow rise aids flood preparations", 97-Mar-05:1A
"Workers continue to bolster Angola levees", 97-Mar-29:3B
Webster Parish
"Law officers in Webster faces suit", 97-Nov-08:1B
Western Professional Hockey League
"Agreement reached with Hirsch for hockey", 97-Feb-07:1C
"Alexandria enjoying anticipation of team", 97-Aug-21:1C
"Dreams lead owner to Louisiana", 97-Apr-17:1C
"Eight months later, Shreveport has hockey owner", 97-Apr-20:1D
"Fans support local frachise", 97-Apr-18:4C
"Fort Worth added to WPHL", 97-Jun-07:5C
"From Team Canada to WPHL", 97-May-13:1C
"Growth sport", 97-May-18:1D
"Hockey league leaves itself open for questions", 97-Jan-17:1C
"Hockey league president tries to save deal", 97-Mar-04:1C
"Hockey team announcement hits another snag", 97-Feb-26:1C
"Hockey team draws top pick", 97-May-09:1C
"Hockey team to be Patriots", 97-Mar-14:1C
"Ice age is coming to Hirsch via WPHL", 97-Mar-05:1C
"Investors' lone bond is money", 97-Jun-20:1C
"Laforest: A chance to build", 97-May-15:1C
"Lake Charles skating well ahead of other franchises", 97-Aug-22:1C
"Monroe considers hockey franchise", 97-Jan-25:1C
"Monroe obtains hockey", 97-Apr-20:1D
"Most WPHL fans charged", 97-Jun-01:1D
"Mudbug Madness", 97-Jul-15:1C
"Mudbugs jeered, cheered", 97-May-14:1C
"NHL experience helps now", 97-Oct-21:1C
"No sweetheart deal at Hirsch", 97-Apr-21:1C
"Promoter says Monroe hockey team will hurt his bull- riding business", 97-Jul-19:3B
"Shreveport gets defensive in pick", 97-Jun-03:1C
"Shreveport hockey team has an owner", 97-Apr-12:1C
"Son helped turn owner on to hockey", 97-Apr-16:1C
"WPHL coming soon to a small pond near you", 97-Jul-13:1D
"WPHL players go International", 97-Dec-16:1C
"WPHL to enter another La. city", 97-Jun-28:1C
Wideman Piano Competition
"Julliard student top pianist", 97-Dec-08:1B
"Pianists to go for the gold", 97-Dec-02:1D
"Piano contest finalists will try for gold today", 97-Dec-07:1B
Williams, Mayor Bo
"Arena upstages mayor's plan", 97-Sep-09:1A
"Mayor attempts to move symphony talks forward", 97-Feb-04:1A
"Mayor endorses 1994 riverfront master plan", 97-Jun-03:1A
"Mayor hires own planners", 97-Jul-04:1B
"Mayor touts 1997 accomplishments in speech", 97-Dec-23:1B
"Mayor: Center hold educational value", 97-Oct-20:1A
"Search for site puts visitors' center on hold", 97-Apr-18:1B
"Several may fight for mayor's seat", 97-Aug-08:1A
"Shreveport mayor ready to put arena plans into motion", 97-Sep-02:1A
"Williams alters plan for Tower proceeds", 97-Aug-22:1A
Willis-Knighton Hospital
"Cardiac surgeon performs novel technique here", 97-May-02:1B
"Clinic wants its neighbors fit, healthy", 97-Oct-07:8B
"Competition surges", 97-Nov-23:1C
"Digging deep", 97-Aug-12:8B
"Hospital donates to EMS teams", 97-Apr-19:3B
"Hospital growth aids area", 97-Jan-26:1C
"Hospital makes improvements", 97-Nov-19:8B
"Hospitals keep industry healthy", 97-Aug-24:1C
"Medical centers expanding", 97-Apr-10:8B
"Willis-Knighten is digging in", 97-Jul-08:8B
"Willis-Knighton donates funds to inner-city institute", 97-Dec-03:8B
"Willis-Knighton purchases land", 97-Apr-15:8B
"Willis-Knighton starts building 421 million addition", 97-Jan-26:1A
Wintle, Mary Clyde
"Former Shreveport educator dies", 97-Jan-12:5B
"Obituary", 97-Jan-12:4B
Women in Shreveport
"School administrator wins Athena award", 97-Sep-12:8B
"Volunteering: Just do it!" [Celebration of Women Week], 97-Mar-02:1E
"Woman judge takes on historic role", 97-Oct-13:1B
"Women urged to make a difference", 97-Mar-14:1B
World War II
"Camp Ruston held Axis Prisoners of War", 97-Aug-16:11A
"Ex-German prisoner of war to return to Camp Ruston", 97-May-12:1A
"Holocaust commemoration service set for Sunday", 97-May-03:1B
"Natchitoches man recalls Pearl Harbor", 97-Dec-07:1A
"Shreveport historian releases documentary about war general", 97-Sep-03:5D
"Veterans remember Pearl Harbor vividly", 97-Dec-07:1B
"Victims of Holocaust remembered", 97-May-05:1B

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YMCA
"Modeling classes offered at Carver Branch YMCA", 97-Apr-16:1E
"Non profit groups struggle between two governments", 97-Feb-12:1E
Youth Enrichment Program
"Enrichment program grows", 97-Sep-01:1B
"Group recommends after-school program", 97-Oct-06:1A
"Youth Enrichment Program to add new site", 97-Feb-26:1E
YWCA
"Abuse victims remembered with service", 97-Oct-23:1B
"Local community strives for violence-free week", 97-Oct-19:1B
"Non profit groups struggle between two governments", 97-Feb-12:1E
"Regional YWCA put on honor roll", 97-Sep-17:1B
"YWCA seeks Family of the Year nominees", 97-Oct-19:1E

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