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A

Abortion
"Abortion issue still divides", 98-Jan-21:1A
"Heart patient receives abortion", 98-Oct-21:1A
"Woman heads to Texas for abortion", 98-Oct-17:1A
"Woman's abortion fight continues", 98-Oct-16:1A
AIDS
"AIDS Day to focus on youths", 98-Nov-30:1B
"AIDS Quilt to be part of candlelight vigil", 98-May-08:3B
"AIDS victims paid tribute at annual vigil", 98-May-18:4B
"Area remembers AIDS victims", 98-Dec-02:1B
"Bridge to be dark in remembrance", 98-Dec-01:1B
"Candlelight vigil for AIDS victims set", 98-May-04:1B
"Experts cast doubt on AIDS injection", 98-Oct-24:13B
"People prefer oral HIV test over needles", 98-Nov-30:1A
All-America City
"City All-America bid falls short", 98-June-21:2B
"Local AmeriCorps volunteers get national attention for efforts", 98-June-17:1A
Amtrak
"Amtrak shuttle schedule changes", 98-Aug-02:1A
"Amtrak to Bossier effort receives help", 98-Feb-25:1B
"Fort Worth train on track to riverfront", 98-Feb-08:1A
Ark-La-Tex Antique & Classic Vehicle Museum
"Car museum begins festival", 98-Nov-26:1B
"Ghosts rattle river cities", 98-Oct-28:1E
Arkla Gas Co.
"Broken gas line burns", 98-July-09:1B
Art in Shreveport
"'Animals' exhibit is visually fun for the viewer" [Kenneth Hoffman], 98-Feb-03:2D
"'Different People' is different" [Janet Barlow, Henry Goodrich], 98-Sep-17:4D
"Annual art show features new sculptures" [Red River Sculpture Society], 98-July-30:4D
"Annual exhibit reflects summer" [Shreveport Art Club], 98-July-22:5D
"Art show features variety of subjects" [Creative Art Connection], 98-Jan-25:8E
"Artist captures Caddo Lake's mystique" [Howard Howard], 98-Apr-14:2D
"Artist invites gallery goers to see through his eyes", 98-Mar-31:2D
"Artist offers sunny gardens, bright days at beach" [Diji Scales], 98-Oct-13:2D
"Artist offers wildlife in realistic form" [Carl Brender], 98-Mar-03:2D
"Artist seems to like capturing her surroundings with honesty" [Nel Dorn Byrd], 98-Sep-08:2D
"Artist takes on a grand scale of symbols" [Gwen Norsworthy], 98-Nov-03:2D
"Artist turns ordinary into dreamlike scenes" [Lou Violette], 98-Aug-04:3D
"Artist wrestles delicate designs from inferno", 98-Apr-29:1E
"Artist's heart belongs to Caddo Lake" [Howard Howard], 98-May-22:3D
"Artist's three dimensional works possess magical attitudes", 98-Apr-14:2D
"Artist's works reflect years of study, dedication" [Jeanne Lanning], 98-Aug-25:2D
"Artists complement each other's works" [Christie Saye and Sharon McClellan], 98-Dec-22:3D
"Artists display their colorful side" [Hoover Watercolor Society], 98-June-16:3D
"Artists getting recognition with Hall of Fame", 98-Sep-23:1D
"Artists pool talents for delightful exhibit", 98-June-09:2D
"Artists present birds in flight with ease and great creativity" [Maynard Reece], 98-May-19:2D
"Artists' versatilities can be seen in exhibit" [River's Edge Art Gallery], 98-July-14:2D
"ARTPORT 10 is taking a different tack", 98-Nov-01:3E
"Artworks shine in new venues" [Barnwell Wednesday Painters], 98-Apr-07:2D
"Avant-garde fans will like exhibit" [Barbara Ann Venable Tripi], 98-Aug-18:3D
"Barnwell painters combine art, fellowship", 98-Apr-08:1E
"Casa d'Arte wins with two artists" [Karen Powell & Billy Ray Gingles], 98-Nov-17:2D
"Casa d'Arte's sculptures, watercolors hold wide appeal" [Gwen Talbot Hodges and K. Havis Tatum], 98-Sep-22:2D
"Collection gives insight into history", 98-June-02:2D
"Contemporary exhibits are easy to relate to", 98-Sep-29:2D
"Couple finds recycling metal fun" [Pop & Cookie], 98-June-23:2D
"Drawing with social punch to tour nation", 98-June-03:1E
"Exhibit beautifully celebrates almost every type of sport" [Reba and Dave Williams], 98-Mar-24:3D
"Exhibit frees watercolorists to go with the flow" [Hoover Watercolor Society], 98-Oct-21:1E
"Exhibit gives traditional art double meaning" [Anne Bagby], 98-Apr-28:2D
"Exhibit is close encounter with aliens" [Seung-Jin Kang], 98-Nov-10:3D
"Exhibit will appeal to art lovers of any persuasion" [Sydney and Walda Besthoff Foundation], 98-Oct-06:2D
"Fairhavens Gallery opens doors with eclectic mix of styles", 98-Nov-24:2D
"Family's talents are apparent in exhibit", 98-July-07:2D
"Famous sculpture to become part of Hall of Fame" [Michael Don Fess], 98-Feb-10:2D
"Flower lovers will find show rewarding" [Margaret Bryan], 98-Aug-01:3D
"Lights add festive touch to Barnwell", 98-Dec-08:2D
"Local artist involves her family in art show" [Jerry Wray], 98-July-12:2E
"Local artists add new feel to old art" [intarsia], 98-Dec-16:1E
"Local artists turn trip to Barnwell into pleasant adventure", 98-Feb-17:2D
"Muralist paints the town" [Buddy West], 98-Mar-16:2B
"Painter challenges exhibit visitors" [Mike Dean], 98-Feb-10:2D
"Pairing of artists works beautifully" [Jean M. Conant and Tad Price], 98-May-12:2D
"Self-taught artist displays pencil works at Centenary", 98-Jan-18:10E
"Society's show proves to be a must-see event" [Hoover Watercolor Society], 98-Feb-24:2D
"Students are exception to the rule" [Centenary College Art Dept.], 98-Dec-15:3D
"Unique art figures are fascinatingly lifelike" [Marc Sijan], 98-Jan-04:8E
"Watercolor exhibit offers 'the best of the best'" [Watercolor Society], 98-Aug-11:2D
"Watercolor shows offer plenty of variety" [Hoover Watercolor Society], 98-Oct-20:3D
"Wednesday Painters offer down-home charm", 98-Oct-27:3D
"Women's art show has balance, if not a full range of area talent", 98-Mar-17:2D
Arthur Ray Teague Parkway
"Groundbreaking held for parkway extension", 98-Feb-25:3B
"Jump start sought for parkway link", 98-July-06:1B
"Parkway to shake 'road to nowhere' image", 98-Aug-02:1B
"Teague Parkway extension could net official $1 million", 98-May-10:1A
"Teague parkway extension progresses", 98-July-12:1A
ARTPORT
"Art book will celebrate ARTPORT's 10th anniversary", 98-Aug-04:2D
AT&T
"Lucent unions go on strike", 98-June-01:6B
"Lucent workers may strike", 98-May-29:8B

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B

Banks
"Bank officials purchase land in Bossier City", 98-Nov-28:8B
"Bank One and First Chicago to merge", 98-Apr-14:6B
"Bank One continues growth", 98-Nov-15:26A
"Bank One earnings jump 36%", 98-Apr-22:6B
"Bank to open first branch outside Bossier" [Citizens National], 98-Dec-15:8B
"Banks complete merger plans", 98-May-02:8B
"Banks name presidents", 98-June-03:6A
"Banks report record incomes", 98-Feb-03:8B
"Business leaders plan new bank", 98-June-15:1A
"Deposit Guaranty employees will find out fates in April", 98-Feb-25:6B
"Deposit Guaranty posts improved gains", 98-Apr-16:8B
"First Commerce competitors plan to lure customers", 98-May-30:4B
"Mergers better business", 98-Jan-11:1C
"Mergers mean changes", 98-June-13:6B
"New bank chooses to build at south Shreveport site", 98-Sep-06:1C
"Regions Bank moves forward on merger", 98-July-17:8B
Barksdale Air Force Base
"185 Barksdale personnel busy in first day in England", 98-Oct-13:1A
"300 cadets face training BAFB", 98-July-23:1B
"5 peace activitists charged in damage to BAFB B-52", 98-June-02:2B
"8th Air Force official concludes 29-year career" [Streater], 98-May-08:2B
"A-10 plays important role", 98-Dec-15:1B
"Air Force bomb crew undergoing training", 98-Sep-26:1A
"Air Force heavy lifters leave BAFB for home", 98-Aug-27:3A
"Air Force honors Barksdale historian", 98-July-29:1B
"Air show should take to sky today after Saturday rainout", 98-Apr-19:1A
"B-52 crews come home", 98-June-04:1B
"B-52s come home from NATO exercise", 98-June-26:1A
"B-52s could see action; BAFB readies for attack", 98-Nov-13:1A
"B-52s in Britain sent home by Pentagon", 98-Nov-04:1B
"B-52s to join training exercise", 98-Jan-10:3B
"BAFB airmen may spend holidays overseas", 98-Dec-17:1A
"BAFB readies planes, crews", 98-Nov-14:1A
"BAFB school to be named after war hero", 98-Jan-08:1B
"BAFB to send more airmen", 98-Feb-10:1A
"BAFB will remain 8th Air Force's home base", 98-Mar-24:1A
"Barksdale airmen ready for deployment, history", 98-Feb-11:1A
"Barksdale B-52s headed for Guam", 98-Sep-04:1B
"Barksdale B-52s lead latest wave", 98-Dec-18:1A
"Barksdale B-52s return from Britian", 98-Nov-06:1B
"Barksdale begins bomb incident probe", 98-Sep-19:1A
"Barksdale bomb mishap clears 2 neighborhoods", 98-Sep-18:1A
"Barksdale bombers rumble toward Iraq", 98-Feb-13:1A
"Barksdale celebrates change of command", 98-Aug-15:1B
"Barksdale construction projects continue to fly", 98-Sep-10:1B
"Barksdale facility named for war hero", 98-Feb-03:1B
"Barksdale Field could have been Callender Field", 98-Dec-03:1B
"Barksdale gains unit in base realignment plan", 98-Feb-11:1B
"Barksdale gym money advances", 98-June-12:1B
"Barksdale hospital faces accreditation", 98-May-22:1B
"Barksdale inspecting thousands of trees on base", 98-Sep-29:1B
"Barksdale is named for a pioneer aviator", 98-June-06:11A
"Barksdale museum to celebrate 20 years", 98-Mar-25:1E
"Barksdale officers describe strength of U.S. firepower", 98-Dec-19:7A
"Barksdale personnel still on way", 98-Nov-15:1A
"Barksdale planes may join airstrike", 98-Oct-08:1A
"Barksdale reduces collisions", 98-Mar-02:1B
"Barksdale sends B-52s to England", 98-Oct-11:1A
"Barksdale sends more personnel", 98-Nov-17:1B
"Barksdale teams with SWEPCO", 98-Oct-09:3B
"Barksdale tribute to honor POWs", 98-Sep-07:1B
"Barksdale will contribute to global response plan", 98-Aug-27:1B
"Barksdale's our biggest historic district", 98-Jan-10:9A
"Barksdale, Fort Polk may get $11 million", 98-June-11:3B
"Base fliers among 19 picked for slots", 98-June-03:1B
"Base gate built, but not open", 98-Dec-24:1B
"Base housing opens", 98-Mar-17:1B
"Base personnel say they're ready", 98-Sep-18:5A
"Base supporters to identify needs", 98-Dec-20:1B
"Blue angels awe crowd", 98-Apr-20:1A
"Center helps orient airmen", 98-May-04:1B
"Charges reduced in B-52 damage case", 98-July-20:1B
"Crews' morale high in Diego Garcia", 98-Jan-17:1A
"Damaged B-52 gets $2 million in repairs", 98-Apr-27:1A
"Disabled B-52 to undergo test", 98-July-29:2B
"Eighth Air Force leader nominated for new post", 98-July-12:3B
"Events Saturday to wrap up celebration", 98-Sep-24:1B
"Facility gives children more room to play, learn", 98-May-06:1B
"First Barksdale airmen return from Diego Garcia", 98-Jan-22:1B
"Former Barksdale commander will retire", 98-June-11:2B
"Governor declares 'Mighty Eighth' week", 98-Oct-12:1B
"Gym tops Barksdale wish list", 98-June-13:1B
"High-ranking Russian visits Barksdale", 98-Mar-20:1B
"Inquiry blames miscommunication for mishandling of bomb", 98-Dec-31:1A
"Kids get new place to play", 98-Feb-24:1B
"Landrieu congratulates Barksdale supporters", 98-Jan-21:1A
"Landrieu will focus on BAFB", 98-Dec-06:23A
"Mentors give kids an outlet", 98-May-11:1D
"More B-52s ordered to Persian Gulf", 98-Feb-08:1A
"More Barksdale duplexes to open, finally", 98-Nov-01:1A
"More workers needed to man recreation center", 98-Aug-20:1B
"New squadron will add 125 airmen to Barksdale", 98-Sep-09:1A
"Officials: BAFB safe if closings ordered in future", 98-Feb-23:1A
"Pilot turnover worries Barksdale", 98-Nov-02:1B
"Rites honor former prisoners of war", 98-Sep-19:2B
"Scheduled speaker at Barksdale dies", 98-June-06:1B
"Shreveport-Bossier City to 'Celebrate Barksdale'", 98-Aug-25:3B
"Six Barksdale B-52s available for NATO's use", 98-Oct-09:3A
"Smart bombs bolster B-52s already powerful arsenal", 98-Nov-09:1B
"Spending plan grants $3.45M for Barksdale clinic alterations", 98-Feb-02:3A
"Vendors' online mall to serve Barksdale", 98-Aug-21:6B
"Wellness center to open on BAFB", 98-Jan-11:1B
Beaird Industries
"Beaird and UAW union reach deal", 98-Nov-22:1A
"Beaird Co. going strong at 80", 98-Feb-21:9A
"Beaird deal benefits others", 98-Feb-19:8B
"Beaird Industries, union step up contract talks", 98-Nov-19:8B
"Beaird lands $25 million contract", 98-Feb-18:6B
"Beaird union talks pass deadline", 98-Nov-20:1A
"Beaird workers OK new contract", 98-Nov-26:7B
"Time is running out on Beaird contract talks", 98-Nov-13:8B
Bean, Sen. Ron, "Indictments stir mild surprise", 98-Nov-07:1A
Belle, Albert
"Albert Belle program sharpens study skills", 98-June-17:1E
"Belle charged with battery", 98-July-21:1C
"Belle could become eligible for free agency", 98-Sep-03:1C
"Belle deal imminent", 98-Nov-29:1D
"Belle excited to be an Oriole", 98-Dec-02:6C
"Belle goes his own way", 98-Oct-01:1C
"Belle has monstrous year hidden in homer shadows", 98-Sep-16:1C
"Belle named top AL player for July", 98-Aug-04:1C
"Belle returning to dour ways", 98-June-22:4C
"Belle will be free agent", 98-Oct-24:1C
"Belle's days could be numbered", 98-Apr-02:1C
"Belle's image doesn't fit him", 98-Mar-10:1C
"Belle, Brosius file for free agency", 98-Oct-28:3C
"Belle, Burba almost go at it", 98-Sep-13:4D
"Belle, Orioles agree to deal", 98-Nov-28:1C
"Judge extends Belle restrictions", 98-Sep-04:4C
"Lawyer: Client bet with Belle", 98-Apr-10:1C
"Manuel must win over fans, Belle", 98-Jan-04:5D
"Mets refuse Belle offer", 98-May-07:1C
"Report: Belle cleared in gambling probe", 98-May-05:1C
"There's big bucks in state's pros", 98-June-12:1C
"Walker credits Belle's father", 98-June-14:1D
"Walker, Belle on a tear", 98-July-27:1C
"Woman drops Belle charges", 98-Oct-21:1C
"Yankees may take Belle", 98-Nov-23:3C
"Yankees, Red Sox interested in Belle", 98-Oct-29:1C
Benton, La.
"Historic house nearly revamped", 98-June-14:2B
Biomedical Research Foundation
"Biomed awaits ICON payments", 98-Jan-26:1A
"Biomed lists 1997 achievements, lays groundwork for future", 98-May-27:6B
"Biomed may sue ICON to recoup start-up loan", 98-Feb-01:1A
"Biomed official defends ICON loan", 98-Jan-26:2A
"Biomed wants ICON to pay up and move out", 98-Feb-12:1A
"Biomedical entrepreneurs wanted in Shreveport", 98-Jan-14:1B
"Consortium takes over TIME project", 98-July-10:6B
"ICON case decided", 98-Aug-14:8B
"ICON Industrial tells Biomed to dismiss suits", 98-Mar-05:6B
"ICON owner files suit against Biomed for loss of contract", 98-July-09:6B
"ICON's deadline near for response to suit", 98-Feb-28:1A
"InterTech signs on new director", 98-Oct-13:6B
"Local Web site joins Smithsonian collection", 98-Apr-06:6B
"PET program sells its goods", 98-Dec-16:8B
Black Community
"African-American history parade steps into downtown", 98-Feb-07:1B
"African-American multicultural commission delayed by council", 98-Oct-14:3B
"African-American women focus of celebration", 98-Feb-08:3D
"African-Americans honored", 98-Jan-14:1B
"Baptists gather to find new path", 98-Feb-25:1A
"Black business marks 100 years", 98-Nov-21:1B
"Black History Month events ready to kick off", 98-Feb-01:1B
"Black history notebook", 98-Feb-09:1B
"Break barriers to progress", 98-Mar-15:21A
"Civil rights activist coming to Shreveport", 98-Jan-04:1B
"Civil rights leader Blake still here", 98-Feb-16:1B
"Concerts celebrate black history", 98-Feb-27:3E
"Deadline is today for luncheon tickets", 98-Feb-12:1B
"Ebony names Theron Jackson to top leader list", 98-Nov-05:1A
"Education pioneer visits area schools", 98-Feb-19:2B
"Fest puts unity first", 98-Oct-12:1B
"Forum issues call for mentors", 98-Mar-29:1B
"Hicks to speak today in Shreveport", 98-Feb-15:1B
"King observance speakers lined up", 98-Jan-14:1B
"Kwanzaa begins Saturday", 98-Dec-25:1B
"Kwanzaa focuses on keeping business with community", 98-Dec-29:6B
"Kwanzaa puts focus on children", 98-Dec-27:1B
"Lack of diversity disappoints rally organizers", 98-Jan-21:1B
"Library celebrates black history month", 98-Feb-04:1E
"LSUS, Southern co-sponsor black history events", 98-Feb-08:3B
"Magic Bus tour keeps history moving", 98-Apr-08:1B
"Minority businesses key to success", 98-Aug-23:8A
"Minority Expo announces changes for '98", 98-Oct-28:8B
"Minority Expo helps community move forward", 98-Nov-05:8B
"Minority Expo lines up speakers", 98-Oct-11:1C
"Minority Expo to educate businesses", 98-Nov-01:26A
"MLK celebration set for Monday", 98-Jan-17:1B
"Parade brings on rhythm, history", 98-Feb-08:1A
"Parents learn from African heritage", 98-Apr-08:1E
"Pastor to receive local Martin Luther King Jr. award", 98-Jan-13:1B
"Resources needed for African-Americans", 98-Apr-01:6A
"Services, projects honor MLK", 98-Jan-20:1B
"Steere 3rd-graders learn MLK's legacy", 98-Jan-18:3B
"Teens optimistic about 'Dream'", 98-Jan-19:1A
"Times Update: Black history notebook", 98-Feb-02:1B
"Unity Fest calls for ideas", 98-Oct-10:1B
"Winnfield reopens doors", 98-June-01:6B
Board of Elementary and Secondary Education
"Accountability should raise standards", 98-Apr-12:19A
"BESE member says name poorly performing schools", 98-Jan-22:3B
"BESE OKs school accountability plan", 98-May-29:2B
"Board will decide if test will be replaced", 98-July-19:6A
"Charter school founder has checkered past", 98-Aug-31:1A
"Educators push for preschool funds", 98-Mar-19:1B
"Foster backs pre-K vouchers", 98-Apr-09:1B
"Officials want details on Banks' past", 98-Aug-01:1A
"Reform plan for schools nears reality", 98-Mar-19:1A
"Right Step approved by board", 98-Aug-28:1A
"Schools to be held accountable", 98-Jan-23:5B
"Schools' achievements recognized", 98-Jan-29:3B
"Some say teacher exam may not be hard enough", 98-Oct-24:12B
"State approves checks on charter schools", 98-Oct-08:1A
"State board offers teacher pay plan", 98-May-29:1A
"Superintendents don't want to report bad schools", 98-Jan-16:1A
"Teachers to face new test", 98-Aug-13:1A
"Two BESE officials say teacher pay not priority", 98-May-12:1A
Board of Regents, "More power for Regents delayed", 98-Jan-02:3B
Bodcau Bayou
"Bayou Bodcau log cabin offers environmental lessons", 98-Nov-30:1B
Booty, Josh
"Bonilla out; Booty likely to be starter", 98-Mar-25:1C
"Booty battles tough times", 98-June-21:1D
"Booty returns to the minors", 98-Apr-13:1C
"Marlins give up on Booty", 98-Nov-20:1C
"Marlins may use Booty", 98-Mar-03:1C
"Marlins third baseman Lucca unhappy Booty may get start", 98-Mar-19:1C
BosParish-Community College
"'Agnes of God' is an acting feast", 98-May-17:5B
"'Whorehouse' raucous, but has some rough edges", 98-Oct-25:5B
"Bossier City OKs more BPCC land", 98-Apr-08:2B
"Bossier plan awaits OK from state", 98-Oct-06:1B
"BPCC alumni award scholarship", 98-July-15:1B
"BPCC announces cast for 'Agnes'", 98-May-07:4D
"BPCC coming to Minden, Springhill", 98-July-15:3B
"BPCC Foundation to give scholarships", 98-Jan-04:1B
"BPCC graduates heading for a new season", 98-May-21:1B
"BPCC joins other colleges with online library services", 98-Apr-26:2C
"BPCC owes School Board $723,000", 98-Feb-24:1B
"BPCC plans interactive class in '99", 98-Aug-06:1B
"BPCC plans literacy workshops", 98-Mar-25:1B
"BPCC program offers teaching certification credit", 98-Aug-04:1B
"BPCC reaches out to area", 98-Sep-08:1A
"BPCC seeks program approval", 98-Nov-11:2B
"BPCC site analysis under way", 98-Mar-30:1A
"BPCC steps closer to downtown", 98-Aug-26:1A
"BPCC to open 'Whorehouse'", 98-Oct-20:2D
"BPCC, NSU numbers dip for spring sessions", 98-Feb-09:1A
"College to host tax courses", 98-Jan-18:1C
"Dispute arises over BPCC funds", 98-Jan-08:3B
"Downtown BPCC proposal approved", 98-Aug-27:3B
"Enrollment sees ups, downs", 98-Sep-26:1B
"Higher educators unite to improve coordination", 98-Jan-30:3B
"Jazz musician to speak at BPCC", 98-Feb-10:2D
"Land sale to community college authorized", 98-Aug-27:3B
"Local colleges play host to high schoolers", 98-Mar-17:1B
"More college classes opened", 98-Apr-14:1B
"Negotiations on BPCC set to begin", 98-Aug-29:1B
"Religious drama on the books for BPCC's Cavalier Players", 98-May-12:2D
"Report bolsters BPCC relocation", 98-Aug-13:1A
"State may boost BPCC budget line", 98-Oct-12:1A
"Stephen Slaughter gives drama to BPCC's theater department", 98-Dec-09:1E
"Student fees to fund BPCC improvements", 98-Dec-10:2B
"Students earn certificates, associate degrees from BPCC", 98-June-16:3B
"Students taste success", 98-Aug-08:1B
"Theater announces cast for 'Best Little Whorehouse'", 98-Oct-06:2D
"Theater group announces 'Jack and the Beanstalk' cast", 98-Feb-13:3D
"Trustees consider Bossier Community College move", 98-Feb-28:1B
BosParish-Historical Center
"Center to preserve Bossier Parish history", 98-July-21:1B
BosParish-Police Jury
"Boarding fees ruling stands", 98-Nov-11:2B
"Bossier jury officers chosen", 98-Jan-15:1B
"Bossier Parish bans fireworks", 98-June-26:3B
"Bossier Parish seat move unlikely", 98-Mar-23:1B
"Bossier Parish still eyeing slots at Downs", 98-July-09:1B
"Bossier police juror wants 'plain English' written here", 98-Apr-09:1A
"Consultant suggests moving Bossier jail", 98-Sep-09:1B
"Courthouse may need tax increase", 98-Dec-10:1B
"Expert suggests building prison", 98-July-12:1B
"Jurors approve widening Airline", 98-Aug-13:1B
"Parishes rush to redraw lines for precincts", 98-May-11:1A
"Plain Dealing ambulance plea fails", 98-Mar-12:1B
"Police jurors to convene here for annual convention", 98-Feb-20:1B
"Police Jury rejects tax plan", 98-Feb-12:5B
"Prisoners to give cemeteries facelifts", 98-Apr-12:1B
"State may boost BPCC budget line", 98-Oct-12:1A
BosParish-School Board
"3 schools to get security chiefs", 98-Apr-14:1B
"Board member opposes appeal", 98-May-01:3B
"Board OKs principal for Plain Dealing", 98-Aug-07:1C
"Board wants attorney removed", 98-June-22:1B
"Board, city ink separate casino deals", 98-Mar-04:1B
"Bossier approves bus radios", 98-Jan-23:3B
"Bossier board appoints new member", 98-June-09:1B
"Bossier board OKs extra soccer funds", 98-Mar-27:1B
"Bossier board to schools: Keep better records", 98-Mar-28:1B
"Bossier bus radios ready", 98-Mar-16:2B
"Bossier has father-son team on board", 98-Oct-04:1A
"Bossier High hopes for new field", 98-June-03:2B
"Bossier parents and schools get $10 cut in fees", 98-Aug-13:1B
"Bossier School Board fills positions", 98-July-28:1B
"Bossier School Board had 7 uncontested seats", 98-Oct-05:5B
"Bossier School Board member Broussard dies", 98-June-01:3B
"Bossier School Board OKs Hollywood deal", 98-Mar-13:1B
"Bossier School Board pushes uniform discipline guidelines", 98-Apr-03:1A
"Bossier School Board works to replace deceased member", 98-June-02:2B
"Bossier school bus radios delayed, need further testing", 98-Apr-01:1B
"Bossier school buses may get more radios", 98-Jan-04:1A
"Bossier school officials worry about how to handle growth", 98-Nov-18:1A
"Bossier schools leader wins state honor", 98-Nov-05:1A
"Bossier schools OK budget", 98-June-19:5B
"Bossier schools will pilot programs at Sci-Port", 98-Apr-12:1B
"BPCC owes School Board $723,000", 98-Feb-24:1B
"Burns will leave board in December", 98-July-23:1B
"Casino proposal to get board's OK", 98-Feb-11:1B
"Casino revenue lawsuit divides Bossier board", 98-Apr-27:1A
"Dispute arises over BPCC funds", 98-Jan-08:3B
"Legal-fee questions arise in gaming suit", 98-Aug-01:1B
"New buses, radios on hand for schools", 98-Aug-22:11B
"Probe finds teachers aided students", 98-July-22:1B
"Proposal benefits Bossier coaches", 98-June-04:1A
"Reform calls for teacher training", 98-Nov-05:1A
"Ruling upheld on school district lines in Bossier", 98-May-14:4B
"School Board loses battle over more gambling revenue", 98-Apr-10:1B
"School Board won't appeal ruling on gaming funds", 98-May-08:3B
"School employees to get extra pay", 98-July-22:4B
"School leaders want part in casino tax talks", 98-Jan-09:3B
"Soccer complex bid hits snag", 98-Feb-27:1B
"Some left out of Bossier pay raises", 98-June-24:4B
"Suit over riverboat funds is imminent", 98-May-20:3B
BosParish-Schools
"$6M school building under way in Benton", 98-May-16:3B
"Adventure Camp set at school", 98-June-22:1B
"AIM provides outlet for students", 98-Jan-11:1B
"Airline educator is Teacher of the Year", 98-Oct-29:1B
"Airline High to get new class", 98-Nov-26:2B
"Airline instructor among La.'s best", 98-Oct-08:1B
"Alternative schools demand may increase", 98-Sep-08:1A
"Area reading scores rise", 98-Aug-27:1A
"Bossier City schools utilize duplicate books", 98-Oct-10:1B
"Bossier educators say ranking process unfair", 98-Feb-21:1A
"Bossier lauds 1998's leading principals", 98-Dec-23:1E
"Bossier lists worst schools", 98-Feb-20:1B
"Bossier plan awaits OK from state", 98-Oct-06:1B
"Bossier schools convert to block scheduling", 98-Feb-15:1B
"Bossier schools receive $165K", 98-Sep-20:3B
"Bossier students take extra core class tests", 98-Nov-23:1B
"Bossier to defend school districting", 98-Dec-07:1A
"Bossier to name its low-ranking schools", 98-Feb-18:1A
"Bus accident causes minor injuries", 98-Feb-18:3B
"Caddo, Bossier aim to improve school security", 98-Mar-02:1A
"Change urged on ACT scores", 98-Jan-14:1A
"Discipline reform gains wide support", 98-May-19:3B
"Junior ROTC enrollment rises", 98-Feb-07:1A
"Local schools put focus on diversity", 98-Dec-09:1A
"Local schools tackling bilingual education", 98-Oct-08:1A
"Math and science go more hands-on as schools retool", 98-Mar-31:1B
"Parent center to open at new location", 98-Sep-21:1B
"Parkway High principal gets School Board OK", 98-July-03:1B
"School employees rally for a good year", 98-Aug-21:1B
"School rankings, law hurt morale", 98-Feb-28:1A
"School year brings new 'R': Reform", 98-Aug-24:1A
"Schools get new counselors", 98-Oct-17:1A
"Six schools get $5,000 in grants", 98-Dec-13:3B
"Students need focus, direction", 98-July-30:1A
"Teachers key on math, reading", 98-Apr-30:1B
"Technical school boosts health industry training", 98-Feb-09:2B
"Uniforms come to Bossier schools", 98-Nov-16:1A
"Uniforms get mixed reactions", 98-June-05:1B
"Uniforms lead new order", 98-Aug-05:1E
"Uniforms not a discipline factor in school", 98-Oct-14:1B
BosParish-Sheriff's Dept.,
"Bossier sheriff's substation nearly complete", 98-Feb-04:1B
"Major crime rate drops in Bossier Parish" [statistics], 98-Jan-23:1B
Bossier-Arts Council
"Art to sprout in Bossier City", 98-June-11:1B
"Arts council to form literary roundtable", 98-Feb-27:3D
"Arts council to present 'The Lighter Side of Art'", 98-Nov-01:3E
"Bossier Arts gains space", 98-July-18:1B
"East Bank offers acting classes", 98-Nov-10:2D
"Precious metals", 98-Aug-23:1E
"Promoter wins Athena Award", 98-Oct-30:8B
"Public sculpture dedicated at Municipal Complex", 98-Sep-05:1B
"Renovations on old jail still planned", 98-Nov-21:1B
"Theatre companies announce new season", 98-July-21:2D
Kids' art exhibit set for Thursday", 98-June-24:1B
Bossier-Chamber of Commerce
"Bossier business leaders rally for arena support", 98-May-01:1A
"Chambers see more diversity", 98-Dec-04:1A
"Old Downtown Bossier's future looks better in the new year", 98-Jan-04:13A
"Promoter wins Athena Award", 98-Oct-30:8B
Bossier-City Council
"5-year plan has Bossier thinking big", 98-Feb-25:1B
"Advisor coaches Bossier council on possible sale of Bossier Med Center", 98-Aug-20:3B
"Area residents say don't sell Bossier Medical Center", 98-July-14:2B
"Arena designers assemble for first time", 98-May-06:3B
"Arena hearing garners little public interest", 98-Sep-16:1B
"Arena plans slow down", 98-Mar-05:1A
"Arena study: Widen 3 roads", 98-Aug-07:1A
"Bond debt approved for arena", 98-May-27:1B
"Bossier arena on fast track", 98-Feb-05:1A
"Bossier battles traffic woes", 98-May-09:1A
"Bossier City approves '99 budget", 98-Nov-04:1B
"Bossier City Council may elect first black chief", 98-June-14:1A
"Bossier City councilman wounded", 98-Apr-20:1A
"Bossier City faced with weekly trash pickup", 98-Mar-05:1B
"Bossier City leaders question dome officials on technology", 98-Feb-26:4B
"Bossier City OKs arena bonds", 98-Mar-11:1B
"Bossier City OKs more BPCC land", 98-Apr-08:2B
"Bossier City OKs pursuing arena manager", 98-Apr-22:1B
"Bossier City plans to build arena", 98-Mar-04:1A
"Bossier City riverboat accounts to increase", 98-May-06:3B
"Bossier City skirts arena bid process", 98-Apr-20:4B
"Bossier City to study drainage ditch problem", 98-May-31:1B
"Bossier City to study underpass", 98-Apr-08:1B
"Bossier City votes to raise taxi fares", 98-Jan-07:3B
"Bossier City, state agree to swap streets", 98-July-08:2B
"Bossier Council OKs extension", 98-Jan-21:1B
"Bossier Council plans to do more", 98-July-02:1A
"Bossier Council to mail reply today on riverboat revenue suggestion", 98-Jan-22:2B
"Bossier Council upset about zoning oversight", 98-June-03:1B
"Bossier hears pitch for arena management", 98-Apr-01:2B
"Bossier Medical Center board gives criteria for bidders", 98-July-30:1A
"Bossier negotiates weekly trash pickup", 98-Mar-18:1B
"Bossier's new arena progresses", 98-Nov-18:1B
"Cities to review regulations on vehicles for hire", 98-Aug-11:1B
"City council to vote on zoning today", 98-Aug-04:1B
"Council OKs arena zoning", 98-May-20:1B
"Council to revamp for-hire law", 98-July-01:3B
"Council to use riverboat funds for insurance claims", 98-Apr-15:1B
"Design arena to benefit region", 98-Apr-05:19A
"Fire station staffing a sticking point", 98-Sep-08:1B
"Hockey will shape arena", 98-Mar-13:1A
"Houston-based company may manage Bossier City arena", 98-Apr-15:1B
"Jump start sought for parkway link", 98-July-06:1B
"Man held in shooting of official", 98-Apr-28:1B
"Mistake voids arena rezoning", 98-May-30:1B
"Neighbors want study of proposed complex", 98-May-19:1A
"Police seek public's help in councilman's shooting", 98-Apr-21:1B
"Potential buyers look at Bossier Med", 98-Nov-29:1A
"Proposal would punish young gamblers", 98-Apr-08:1A
"Rawls to lead Bossier council", 98-June-17:1A
"Residents circulate petitions to stop rail crossing closings", 98-Jan-12:5B
"Residents like arena but have questions", 98-Apr-07:1B
"Rezoning planned for proposed arena", 98-May-05:3B
"River's Edge developers pitch their case to city", 98-Jan-07:1B
"Second arena management firm pitches plan for venue", 98-Apr-08:2B
"Study on arena impact gets approval", 98-June-17:1B
Bossier-City Government
"Annual address gives good news for Bossier", 98-Nov-03:3B
"Arena must 'build market'", 98-Apr-28:1A
"Arena plan angers, excites Bossier City", 98-Feb-06:1B
"Bossier City back off on help for golf course", 98-Apr-13:1A
"Bossier City may conduct feasibility study", 98-Mar-05:1A
"Bossier City plans to review charter", 98-Apr-05:1B
"City funds sought for Bossier course", 98-Jan-06:1A
"Fired employee gets reinstated", 98-Sep-11:1B
"Golf course could eventually admit members only", 98-Oct-07:1B
"Sharrah files suit against city", 98-Aug-18:1B
"Soccer complex bid hits snag", 98-Feb-27:1B
"Soccer complex closer to reality", 98-Feb-18:1B
"Study looks at arena's impact", 98-Oct-07:1A
"Workers strike back with suits", 98-Apr-16:1B
Bossier-Economy
"Area jobless rate dips to 4.8 percent", 98-Dec-29:1A
"Civic Center finds niche", 98-June-07:1B
"Economy holds tools for growth", 98-Mar-08:1C
"Regional efforts boost economy", 98-Mar-15:1C
Bossier-Environment
"Bossier City Trash Bash sweeps through community", 98-Apr-05:1B
"Red River cleanup scheduled for Saturday", 98-Sep-11:3B
Bossier-Fire Dept.
"Bossier City gets police/fire command mobile unit", 98-Aug-29:1B
"Bossier fire chief says city needs more protection", 98-Apr-01:1B
"Bossier gets 'Cadillac' of fire trucks", 98-Feb-04:1B
"Camera gets smoke virtually out of eyes", 98-Aug-24:1B
"Casinos see support for fire truck", 98-Apr-02:3B
"Fire district proposes tax", 98-Sep-29:1B
"Fire station staffing a sticking point", 98-Sep-08:1B
"Services set for retired fire chief", 98-Nov-24:1B
Bossier-Medical Center
"Advisor coaches Bossier council on possible sale of Bossier Med Center", 98-Aug-20:3B
"Area residents say don't sell Bossier Medical Center", 98-July-14:2B
"Bossier Med predicts better 1998", 98-Nov-15:1A
"Bossier Med to open new diabetes center", 98-Oct-22:5B
"Bossier Medical Center board gives criteria for bidders", 98-July-30:1A
"City seeks Bossier Med Center bidders", 98-Oct-26:1A
"Diabetes Center designed to teach health maintenance", 98-Nov-03:8B
"Potential buyers look at Bossier Med", 98-Nov-29:1A
"Schumpert heads list to buy Bossier Med", 98-Dec-12:1A
"Schumpert owner eyes Bossier Medical", 98-June-19:1A
"Sisters' letter to Bossier Medical stirs reaction", 98-June-20:2B
Bossier-Metropolitan Planning Commission
"Arena study addresses residents' concerns", 98-Oct-28:1A
"Bossier council upset about zoning oversight", 98-June-03:1B
"Bossier MPC OKs arena site", 98-July-21:1B
"Bossier MPC to consider rezoning arena site", 98-May-03:1B
"Commission panel to address dirt pit issue", 98-Oct-06:1B
"Council OKs arena zoning", 98-May-20:1B
"Mistake voids arena rezoning", 98-May-30:1B
"MPC expected to include 'arena'", 98-May-18:1B
"Neighbors want study of proposed complex", 98-May-19:1A
"New route sought to, from proposed dirt pit", 98-Oct-09:1B
"Rezoning planned for proposed arena", 98-May-05:3B
"South Bossier residents form action group", 98-July-10:3B
Bossier-Parish
"Bossier grows by 7.7%", 98-Mar-18:1A
"Bossier has three National Register sites", 98-Jan-03:9A
"Bossier Parish to count its residents", 98-May-14:3B
"Cypress board kills zoo plans", 98-Jan-23:1B
"Cypress Lake petting zoo on chopping block", 98-Jan-22:1B
"Historic house nearly revamped", 98-June-14:2B
"Watershed project nears completion", 98-Aug-17:1B
Bossier-Parks and Recreation
"Bossier City mayor defends BPAR arrests", 98-Jan-09:1A
"Bossier rec worker cleared of charges", 98-Jan-17:1B
"Charges wiped from ex-BPAR chief's record", 98-Jan-07:1A
"Council approves Haynes as BPAR superintendent", 98-Jan-07:3B
"Ex-parks chief goes to court to regain job", 98-May-15:3B
"First parks lawsuit filed against Bossier City", 98-Jan-28:1B
"Former BPAR superintendent should get hearing, judge says", 98-June-03:2B
"Three Bossier parks workers cleared by DA", 98-Jan-06:1B
"Workers strike back with suits", 98-Apr-16:1B
Bossier-Police Dept.
"Bossier City gets police/fire command mobile unit", 98-Aug-29:1B
"Bossier City officer appeals his dismissal", 98-Mar-12:2B
"Bossier City police use new type of ammunition", 98-Dec-16:2B
"Bossier City sees small drop in crime", 98-Jan-16:1A
"Bossier police ad backs Shreveport", 98-Aug-01:3B
"Bossier police look forward to opening of substation", 98-Sep-19:1B
"Bossier's DWI task force gets '99 funds", 98-Sep-23:1B
"Fired officer reinstated, suspended", 98-Apr-03:1A
"Police simulator echoes life", 98-Apr-03:1B
"Police substation planned for downtown Bossier", 98-Jan-25:1B
Bossier-Riverfront Development
"Bossier City to pitch its riverfront vision", 98-June-29:1A
Breaux, Sen. John
"Breaux leads challenger in race for Senate", 98-Aug-09:1A
"Breaux tells students, elderly about Social Security reform", 98-May-28:3B
"Breaux touts increases in federal highway funding", 98-Apr-16:1B
"Breaux urges parish fight for piece of surplus", 98-Feb-21:1B
"Breaux's re-election fund dwarfs opponent's", 98-Oct-17:3B
"Breaux's win means little to Democrats", 98-Nov-04:1A
"Flag amendment fans conflict", 98-July-05:19A
"Health-care industry tops Breaux's contributor list", 98-May-04:5B
"House members load up transportation bill", 98-Mar-23:1A
"La. gets $2.3 million in welfare grants", 98-Jan-30:2B
"More police needed in neighborhoods, Sen. Breaux says", 98-Jan-14:1A
"North La. lawmakers split on Clinton's speech", 98-Jan-28:3A
"Potential retirement would affect Senate race", 98-Feb-17:1B
"Sen. Breaux wants U.S. to 'eliminate' Saddam", 98-Feb-17:1A
"Sen. Landrieu lands on defense committee", 98-Dec-02:1B
"Senators: Trail to be bipartisan", 98-Dec-22:1A
"Social Security heads for major changes", 98-Apr-26:21A
"Would-be general to oppose Breaux", 98-Aug-20:3B
Brock, Eric
"'Big Chain' stores pioneered supermarkets", 98-Apr-18:9A
"'City Beautiful' movement sparked local parks", 98-Mar-14:9A
"'Images' chronicles city's past", 98-Dec-06:26A
"'Keys to the City' differ through the years", 98-Sep-12:17A
"1925 Allendale fire one of city's worst disasters", 98-Aug-29:11A
"A glimpse of Shreveport life 100 years ago", 98-Oct-05:9A
"A special place for Spanish-American War vets", 98-June-20:11A
"Author to sign copies of book 'Shreveport'", 98-Aug-04:2D
"Barksdale is named for a pioneer aviator", 98-June-06:11A
"Barksdale's our biggest historic district", 98-Jan-10:9A
"Beaird Co. going strong at 80", 98-Feb-21:9A
"Bishop Polk brought religion to city", 98-Feb-07:11A
"Bossier has three National Register sites", 98-Jan-03:9A
"Cedar Grove was first a town on its own", 98-Aug-08:11A
"Cookbook recalls turn of the century", 98-Dec-26:11A
"Demolition of Jo-Dan marks end of an era", 98-Nov-07:15A
"Early Shreveport owed much to Simon Levy,Jr.", 98-Mar-21:11A
"Edward Jacobs, immigrant to city father", 98-May-23:13A
"Exhibit building frescoes are rare public art", 98-Sep-26:9A
"For 103 years, baseball has been Shreveport's game", 98-Mar-07:11A
"History lives on in south Caddo place names", 98-Nov-14:15A
"Holiday in Dixie festival turns 50", 98-Apr-11:9A
"Huey Long's house is a Shreveport landmark", 98-July-25:11A
"In early 20th Century, Shreveport went west", 98-Sep-19:11A
"Kings Highway's history tracks city growth", 98-Oct-31:11A
"Local sites on National Register have changed", 98-Jan-17:11A
"Lots of local history waits to be dug up", 98-Feb-14:13A
"LSUS Archives collects and preserves history", 98-July-11:11A
"Many flags have flown over Shreveport", 98-Nov-21:13A
"Mayors helped Bossier grow from village to city", 98-Nov-28:19A
"More on cemeteries that have long vanished", 98-May-16:9A
"North Louisiana had few antebellum mansions", 98-Oct-17:13A
"Offshore oil industry began on Caddo Lake", 98-May-02:3A
"Old Caddo courthouse was once state capitol", 98-Dec-12:15A
"Old CNB still one of city's great buildings", 98-Sep-05:13A
"Rock Chapel ministered to post-slavery blacks", 98-Dec-19:19A
"Seven mayors led Bossier's second half-century", 98-Dec-05:13A
"Shreve Memorial Library marks its 75th anniversary downtown", 98-Mar-28:11A
"Shreveport addresses were home to the rich and famous", 98-Apr-04:13A
"Shreveport and Bossier's French heritage", 98-Oct-24:11A
"Shreveport's history of State Fair", 98-Jan-31:13A
"Shreveporter Edenborn was among country's wealthiest", 98-Feb-28:11A
"South Highland is a collection of subdivisions", 98-Oct-10:11A
"Star Cemetery was blacks' first burial ground", 98-Aug-22:11A
"The capital of Texas was once in Louisiana", 98-May-30:9A
"The good ole days saw plenty of crime", 98-July-18:11A
"The haunting of Common Street", 98-June-13:11A
"The Marcus Building was tallest of its day", 98-Jan-24:9A
"The mystery of Mary Miles Minter", 98-July-04:9A
"The Ogilvie-Wiener house or The Florentine", 98-June-27:11A
"The rare sight of Zeppelins over Shreveport", 98-Apr-25:3A
"To the Caddos, Cedar Grove was 'Wahahula'", 98-Aug-15:13A
Brun, Roy
"Lawmaker, judge to take oaths today", 98-Jan-02:1B
Bucheimer, Patricia Bruening
"Ex-Shreveport pianist dead", 98-Jan-30:3B
"Obituary", 98-Jan-30:5B
Byrd High School
"Byrd names '98 Hall of Fame", 98-Sep-13:2B

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Caddo-Bossier Zoological Association
"Caddo-Bossier zoo group tries again", 98-Oct-21:1E
Caddo-Correctional Center
"2nd Caddo escapee found in Bossier City", 98-July-23:2B
"Doing time or killing time?", 98-Sep-20:1A
"Inmates manage first CCC escape", 98-July-21:1A
"Jail meals help keep the peace", 98-Jan-30:1B
"Newsletter spreads the inside word", 98-May-04:1B
Caddo-Indians
"Indian tribe seeks pow-wow vendors", 98-Feb-23:1B
Caddo-Magnet High School
"Caddo Magnet Orchestra readies for trip to Italy", 98-Dec-09:1E
"Founding principal honored", 98-Apr-18:1B
Caddo-Parish
"Bossier grows by 7.7%", 98-Mar-18:1A
"Parish control officers put the noose on loose animals", 98-Feb-12:1B
CadParish-Commission
"1999 parish budget gets swift OK", 98-Dec-09:1B
"Action will aid rural economies", 98-June-26:6B
"Breaux urges parish fight for piece of surplus", 98-Feb-21:1B
"Budget fight may force DA to sue Caddo", 98-May-05:1A
"Caddo Commission to fill vacancy", 98-Aug-10:1B
"Caddo commissioner enters not-guilty plea", 98-Apr-03:1B
"Caddo commissioners deadlocked on budget", 98-Jan-23:5B
"Caddo commissioners stay deadlocked on budget", 98-Feb-13:3B
"Caddo committee to review spending", 98-May-25:1A
"Caddo DA's demands expand in suit over budget stalemate", 98-May-07:1A
"Caddo ends budget deadlock", 98-May-12:1A
"Caddo gives administrator pay raise", 98-Sep-11:1B
"Caddo leaders' retirement plan ruled illegal", 98-Jan-08:1A
"Caddo may ban sale of fireworks", 98-June-30:1B
"Caddo official accuses colleague of threat", 98-Feb-26:1B
"Caddo official indicted for battery", 98-Feb-12:3B
"Caddo official pleads guilty to theft", 98-Apr-21:1A
"Caddo official tries reviving zoo proposal", 98-June-23:1B
"Caddo officials agree to mediator", 98-Mar-13:1A
"Caddo officials eager to get back on job", 98-Sep-05:1A
"Caddo officials may seek counseling", 98-Mar-03:1A
"Caddo panel fills vacancy", 98-Aug-11:1A
"Caddo Parish remains without working budget", 98-Apr-24:2B
"Caddo to modify administrator pay", 98-July-10:1B
"Callers support no-pay policy for commission", 98-Apr-20:1A
"Cases pending against director, parish; Durham case testimony may resurface", 98-June-06:2A
"Citizens band together to improve North Shreveport", 98-July-31:1A
"Citizens fail to deter building of 911 tower", 98-Dec-13:1B
"Commission elects new president", 98-Mar-27:3B
"Commission expects protest at meeting", 98-Aug-25:1B
"Commission lukewarm to dispute resolution", 98-Mar-10:1B
"Commission meets to talk; 4 don't show", 98-Mar-31:1B
"Commission stalls again on budget", 98-Jan-06:3B
"Commission to appeal ruling", 98-Sep-25:1B
"Commission to consider bargaining in DA dispute", 98-Sep-09:2B
"Commission to decide fate of Durham vacation pay", 98-June-09:1A
"Commission unable to elect president", 98-Jan-09:3B
"Commission's emissions prove politics stink", 98-Apr-26:1D
"Commissioner acquitted of simple battery", 98-Aug-13:3B
"Commissioner's trial is postponed", 98-July-03:1B
"Commissioner: approve budget or don't get paid", 98-Apr-19:1A
"Commissioners consider 24-hour noise ordinance", 98-Aug-25:2B
"Commissioners hear stream of critics", 98-Aug-28:1B
"Commissioners settle dispute", 98-Nov-19:1A
"Demotions, resignations change Caddo government", 98-July-24:2B
"Dispute in hands of judge", 98-Aug-01:1B
"Doyle quits; DA to drop charges", 98-Aug-02:1B
"Durham defense calls no witnesses; trial to close today", 98-June-04:1B
"Durham forced changes in records, prosecutor says", 98-May-29:1B
"Durham gets fines, jail time", 98-July-03:1A
"Durham guilty, will resign", 98-June-05:1A
"Durham jury selection under way", 98-May-27:3B
"Durham resigns; Hanna steps up", 98-June-06:1A
"Durham seeks acquittal, trial", 98-June-25:1A
"Durham to get full vacation pay", 98-June-12:1A
"Employee testifies to cover-up", 98-June-03:1B
"Hanna named new Caddo administrator", 98-July-01:1B
"Hersey Wilson dies", 98-Aug-04:1A
"Judge denies motions in Durham case", 98-June-27:3B
"July trial date set for Durham", 98-Jan-22:1B
"Juvenile offenders sent through new facility", 98-Dec-28:1A
"Lease extension sought for recreation center", 98-July-07:1B
"Members dispute group's ruling", 98-Aug-14:1A
"New charge filed against Caddo commissioner", 98-Feb-04:1B
"No complaint filed in Caddo controversy", 98-Feb-27:1B
"Parish spent thousands hiring buyer", 98-June-02:1B
"Parish unlikely to help with deputy pay", 98-June-11:1B
"Police jurors to convene here for annual convention", 98-Feb-20:1B
"Residents oppose street name change", 98-Dec-14:1B
"Sheriff seeks cash for deputy pay raises", 98-May-28:1A
"Six is shy of quorum, judge says", 98-Sep-04:1A
"Some call acting administrator hard worker, strong manager", 98-June-06:2A
"State wants local disposal site", 98-May-29:8B
"Tarver says Caddo Commission has insulted blacks", 98-Aug-15:1A
"Trial to begin today for Caddo official", 98-May-26:1A
"Vote-switching colleagues criticized", 98-May-15:1B
"Witness: Durham gave desk for support of Holloway", 98-May-30:1B
CadParish-Juvenile Detention Center
"Inmates transform prison", 98-June-08:1B
"Two Caddo workers honored", 98-Feb-14:1B
CadParish-School Board
"1 plaintiff withdraws from boat suit", 98-Sep-03:1B
"1-2-3, punch a key", 98-Oct-13:1B
"Board approves raise for teachers", 98-July-16:1B
"Board consideres teacher pay increase", 98-July-15:1A
"Board may bolster security at school", 98-Dec-13:1B
"Board member will not seek another term", 98-July-10:1B
"Board questions, approves school improvement plans", 98-Apr-16:2B
"Board stalls charter school plan for Caddo", 98-Apr-01:1A
"Board votes to bail out high school", 98-Mar-05:3B
"Board's leader vote deadlocked", 98-Jan-08:1A
"Bus drivers' records checked twice a year, officials say", 98-Dec-04:3B
"Bus wrecks confound Caddo", 98-Feb-03:1A
"Caddo adjusts school times", 98-Aug-12:1A
"Caddo Board picks new schools chief", 98-Jan-22:1A
"Caddo Board seeks solutions", 98-Feb-19:1B
"Caddo Board to consider salary cuts", 98-Mar-05:1B
"Caddo bus drivers get safety lesson", 98-Jan-07:1A
"Caddo bus drivers mount PR campaign", 98-May-11:1A
"Caddo focuses on bus driver skills, training", 98-Jan-04:1A
"Caddo holds teachers' workshop", 98-Oct-11:3B
"Caddo list lacks minorities", 98-Jan-05:1A
"Caddo School Board becomes conservative", 98-Oct-04:1A
"Caddo School Board decides not to cut pay", 98-Apr-16:1A
"Caddo School Board may tighten bus discipline", 98-Oct-21:1A
"Caddo School Board newcomer likes neighborhood school idea", 98-Oct-05:5B
"Caddo school chief to address safety on district buses", 98-Jan-27:1A
"Caddo schools to offer ACT course", 98-Jan-30:1B
"Caddo schools' good credit could save taxpayers", 98-June-29:1A
"Caddo to close Alexander school", 98-June-11:1A
"Caddo to put cameras on school buses", 98-Jan-22:2B
"Caddo toughens school policy", 98-Aug-20:1A
"Caddo's worst among poorest", 98-Feb-17:1A
"Charter school founder has checkered past", 98-Aug-31:1A
"Charter schools up for review", 98-Mar-13:1A
"Closure of school now official", 98-June-18:1B
"Division deadlocks School Board", 98-Jan-19:1A
"First black Caddo School Board president dies", 98-Aug-18:1A
"Grades memo raises queries", 98-June-04:1A
"Group recommends transfer guidelines for Caddo teachers", 98-Jan-13:3B
"Huntington to get new principal", 98-July-15:3B
"NAACP may address School Board", 98-Oct-21:1B
"New school times draw complaints", 98-Aug-18:1A
"New times for school upset Caddo parents", 98-Aug-08:1A
"Officials mum on teacher's troubles", 98-Sep-03:1A
"Right Step approved by board", 98-Aug-28:1A
"School Board delays pay decrease vote", 98-Mar-16:2B
"School Board faces second filing of suit", 98-Nov-11:1A
"School Board may cut its pay", 98-Apr-14:1A
"School Board members to try again to elect new president", 98-Jan-07:3B
"School Board postpones raise for superintendent", 98-Oct-22:5B
"School budget gets boost", 98-May-21:1B
"School districts, federal law work to keep disabled teachers in class", 98-Sep-17:1A
"School wants ACT class as elective", 98-Mar-07:1B
"Schools audit finds shortages; relief considered", 98-Feb-05:1B
"Schools chief gets pay raise", 98-Nov-19:1B
"Schools outline plans for change", 98-Apr-15:1A
"Schools receive more supply funds", 98-Nov-19:1B
"Stymied Caddo vote stalls aid to school", 98-Feb-20:3B
CadParish-Schools
"2,500 computers sought by 2002", 98-Mar-09:1B
"Area reading scores rise", 98-Aug-27:1A
"Association launches awareness campaign", 98-Sep-09:1B
"At-risk students get help", 98-Mar-12:1A
"Atkins, Fairfield receiving health care services", 98-Oct-02:1B
"Bus accidents fail to change plan", 98-Feb-04:1B
"Bus safety program may not survive", 98-Dec-26:1A
"Caddo bus backs into car, no one hurt", 98-Jan-30:1B
"Caddo bus driver to be reassigned", 98-Dec-10:1A
"Caddo Parish still seeks teachers", 98-Aug-31:1A
"Caddo races to fill teacher vacancies", 98-July-04:1A
"Caddo school bus wreck driver fined $175", 98-Feb-27:1A
"Caddo schools collect checks worth nearly $2,000", 98-Apr-23:1B
"Caddo schools shuffle raises some concerns, draws praise as well", 98-Sep-07:1A
"Caddo schools still shuffling time schedules", 98-Sep-13:1B
"Caddo shuffles principals", 98-June-17:1A
"Caddo to close Alexander school", 98-June-11:1A
"Caddo, Bossier aim to improve school security", 98-Mar-02:1A
"Coaches' disparate salaries spur school officials' inquiry", 98-Oct-20:1A
"Community, school suffer passage of time", 98-Feb-18:4A
"Creswell already working to raise standards", 98-Feb-18:4A
"Dyslexia workshops begin Wednesday", 98-May-04:3B
"Education reforms spur debate", 98-Sep-21:1A
"Educators discuss discipline in class", 98-Jan-08:1A
"Educators pledge commitment to literacy", 98-Mar-25:1E
"Female principals aren't rare in Caddo", 98-Oct-20:1A
"Fewer kids, more woes", 98-Apr-06:1A
"Gambling may play role in missing school funds", 98-May-21:4B
"Grades memo raises queries", 98-June-04:1A
"Grants benefit students", 98-June-08:1B
"Groundbreaking today at Youree", 98-Dec-11:1B
"High school choir to stage show at Walt Disney World", 98-Dec-09:1B
"Interactive program puts new emphasis on old lessons", 98-Mar-05:1B
"Junior ROTC enrollment rises", 98-Feb-07:1A
"Lack of support gets blame for ranking", 98-Feb-18:4A
"Local schools put focus on diversity", 98-Dec-09:1A
"Local schools tackling bilingual education", 98-Oct-08:1A
"Lunch-break shooting injures 1; student held", 98-Feb-12:1A
"Magnet schools begin lotteries for registration", 98-Oct-06:1B
"Magnet schools have mixed success", 98-Aug-09:12A
"Masters put magic in reading", 98-Jan-26:1B
"Middle schools 'weak link'", 98-Apr-14:1A
"New school programs draw top grades", 98-May-17:17A
"Noncertified teachers fill gaps", 98-Feb-19:1A
"Noncertified teachers have fears allayed", 98-Feb-20:3B
"Northside principal made school a family", 98-May-30:1B
"Officials want details on Banks' past", 98-Aug-01:1A
"Pay raises leave Title I schools with less money for '98", 98-Feb-02:1A
"Reform encourages new education strategies", 98-Sep-10:1B
"Relief in sight for crowded schools", 98-Apr-22:1A
"Scholarship on tap for future teachers", 98-Nov-10:1B
"School discipline in debate", 98-Apr-09:1A
"School official questions need for truancy grant", 98-Aug-17:4B
"School rankings, law hurt morale", 98-Feb-28:1A
"School year brings new 'R': Reform", 98-Aug-24:1A
"Schools aim for progress", 98-Feb-18:1A
"Schools getting dressed for first day of class", 98-Aug-18:1B
"Schools target safer year", 98-Aug-21:1A
"Sheriff's deputies will remain in schools at least through fall", 98-June-18:2B
"Smaller classes are better, maybe", 98-Oct-11:1A
"Some schools will get new classrooms", 98-Nov-05:1B
"Students need focus, direction", 98-July-30:1A
"Students settle in for school", 98-Aug-25:1A
"Teacher gets top marks", 98-June-04:1A
"Teachers learn about technology and education", 98-July-09:1B
"Team teaching tryout gets high marks", 98-May-30:2B
"Uniforms get mixed reactions", 98-June-05:1B
"Uniforms not a discipline factor in school", 98-Oct-14:1B
"Who's driving our buses?", 98-Jan-25:1A
"Work hums at area schools", 98-June-23:1A
CadParish-Sheriff's Dept.
"Assistant chief, deputy placed on leave", 98-June-03:2B
"Black woman named sheriff's lieutenant", 98-Sep-05:2B
"Caddo Parish gets 10 new deputies", 98-June-08:1B
"Caddo voters kill deputy pay raises", 98-May-03:1A
"Group wants sales tax hike", 98-Jan-18:1B
"Hathaway no stranger to ballot", 98-Apr-18:2A
"Hathaway will raise deputy pay", 98-June-06:1A
"Officers get course in rail safety", 98-June-18:2B
"Parish unlikely to help with deputy pay", 98-June-11:1B
"People to decide deputies' pay", 98-Apr-19:19A
"Police, DA beef up sex crime investigations", 98-Dec-31:1B
"Reserve personnel help undermanned agencies", 98-Jan-12:1B
"Sheriff addresses manpower shortages", 98-Nov-21:1A
"Sheriff fights budget crunch", 98-June-03:1B
"Sheriff says raises needed", 98-Apr-18:1A
"Sheriff seeks cash for deputy pay raises", 98-May-28:1A
"Sheriff set to call tax election for deputy pay", 98-Jan-20:1B
"Sheriff's deputies will remain in schools at least through fall", 98-June-18:2B
"Sheriffs must keep state inmates, committee told", 98-May-28:1B
"Tax failure disappoints deputies", 98-May-04:1A
"Texas Rangers probe Caddo SWAT team raid", 98-Nov-15:5B
"Violent crime hits 25-year low", 98-Dec-28:1A
Callaway, Max Gerald
"Obituary", 98-Apr-30:4B
Campbell, Sen. Foster
"Campbell bumped in Senate shakeup", 98-Apr-24:1A
"Campbell pushes pay raise for school employees", 98-Mar-27:1B
"Gas industry shoots down Foster proposal", 98-Jan-28:2B
"Meeting called to discuss revival", 98-Aug-08:1B
"Oil tax gets Campbell push", 98-Feb-20:5B
"State senators pitch oil and gas processing tax", 98-Apr-24:1B
Cane River
"Cane River to launch new $127,000 boat ramp in March", 98-Feb-21:2B
Catholic Church
"Area seeks more priests", 98-May-21:1B
"Blessed Sacrament principal files lawsuit over dismissal", 98-June-11:1B
"Catholic central middle school plan rejected", 98-Dec-23:3B
"Catholic school board members oppose principal dismissal", 98-June-19:1B
"Catholics cope with priest shortage", 98-Oct-09:4D
"Central Catholic middle school planned for area", 98-Oct-18:1B
"Proposal for middle school raises concerns", 98-Oct-26:1B
Cedar Grove
"10 years after Cedar Grove riot", 98-Sep-19:1A
"Cedar Grove throws unity party", 98-Nov-01:1B
Cemeteries
"More on cemeteries that have long vanished", 98-May-16:9A
"Star Cemetery was blacks' first burial ground", 98-Aug-22:11A
Census
"Census shortchange feared", 98-May-27:1A
Centenary College
"Author returns to Centenary for series", 98-Mar-06:3D
"Award-winning pianist to play at Centenary", 98-Nov-10:2D
"Baroque Artists to perform at Centenary's recital hall", 98-Jan-14:1D
"Centenary book bazaar ends today", 98-Sep-12:1B
"Centenary book fair, music sale net $28,000", 98-Sep-14:3B
"Centenary Choir returning to White House", 98-Dec-10:1A
"Centenary Choir schedules concert", 98-Apr-21:2D
"Centenary fest starts today", 98-Apr-02:1B
"Centenary instructor professor of the year", 98-Oct-11:3B
"Centenary named best value", 98-Aug-22:11B
"Centenary plans concert", 98-Apr-23:3D
"Centenary program set for Sunday", 98-June-20:3B
"Centenary readies prepaid tuition plan", 98-June-22:1A
"Centenary ready to roll film festival today", 98-Feb-19:3D
"Centenary schedules book bazaar pickup", 98-July-02:3D
"Centenary series books Walden Piano Quartet", 98-Mar-24:2D
"Centenary teacher to sign books", 98-Apr-25:1B
"Centenary theatre group awards student actors", 98-May-04:3D
"Centenary to celebrate 50 years of 'Rhapsody'", 98-Oct-26:1D
"College library announces exhibit", 98-Feb-12:3D
"Colleges improve with grants", 98-June-11:1B
"Commitment a key to Centenary's bid", 98-May-27:1C
"Competing won't be easy", 98-May-24:1D
"Enrollment sees ups, downs", 98-Sep-26:1B
"Former Centenary president writes book about volunteers", 98-Sep-14:3B
"Gents know expansion ball in league's court", 98-May-25:1C
"Noted pianist accepts post at Centenary", 98-Mar-12:1D
"Poets to present program at college", 98-Jan-22:1B
"Radio host helps send off 174 Centenary College graduates", 98-May-10:1B
"Road's prolonged closure angers area residents", 98-Nov-19:1B
"Two join Centenary Board of Trustees", 98-June-22:1B
Christian Services
"Christian Service ministry struggles to carry on legacy", 98-Nov-11:1A
"Christian Services gets new head", 98-Dec-12:11B
"Christian Services telethon raises at least $84,356", 98-Dec-14:2B
"City's 'Mother Teresa' dies", 98-Feb-24:1A
"Sister Margaret's legacy praised", 98-Mar-26:1B
"Sister Margarget mourned at memorial mass", 98-Feb-27:1B
Civil War
"Symposium to focus on 1870s in Shreveport", 98-July-30:3B
Cliburn, Van
"Foundation to stage amateur piano competition", 98-Dec-21:3D
"Pianist Van Cliburn collapses", 98-May-16:6D
Clyde Fant Parkway
"Extension should be completed by summer", 98-Jan-14:1B
"Parkway extension opens", 98-July-11:1B
Collier, Louis M.
"First black Caddo School Board president dies", 98-Aug-18:1A
Commercial National Bank
"Old CNB still one of city's great buildings", 98-Sep-05:13A
Community Foundation of Shreveport
"Symphony, colleges to receive grants", 98-Mar-31:1B
Connell, Clyde
"Artist Clyde Connell dies at age 96", 98-May-03:5B
"Cable to air Connell program", 98-May-05:1B
"Clyde Connell fares well after surgery", 98-Apr-08:1B
"Clyde Connell praised by colleagues, admirers", 98-May-04:4B
"Clyde Connell's art: nature, humanity, justice", 98-May-07:9A
"Connell subject of LPB broadcasts", 98-May-17:1B
"Monroe museum acquires Connell work", 98-Dec-29:3D
"Obituary", 98-May-05:2B
"Renowned local artist dies", 98-May-03:1A
Cotton
"Dip in cotton may harm La. economy", 98-Jan-02:6B
"Farmers diversify crops", 98-Apr-05:1C
"Farmers say they want to forget '98", 98-Sep-27:1C
"First bale sale a high point in bad cotton year", 98-Sep-16:6B
"Weather slashes cotton crop by 24 percent", 98-Aug-13:8B
"Weevils seduced into helping with eradication", 98-June-22:1A
Cramer, Floyd
"Floyd Cramer, piano stylist, dead at 64", 98-Jan-01:9A
Cross Bayou
"Volunteers clean up Cross Bayou", 98-Nov-22:1B
Cross Lake, "Cross Lake continues to wither", 98-July-23:1B

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Dalton, John
"Dalton considers stepping down before 2000", 98-Apr-18:1B
"Dalton honored for patriotism", 98-June-13:1B
"Dalton will resign as Navy secretary this December", 98-June-09:2B
"Former Shreveporter leaves top navy post", 98-Nov-16:1A
Daughters of the Cross
"Catholic nuns create tuition aid fund", 98-July-08:2B
"Marcotte, Sister Marie Geraldine", 98-June-09:2B
"Work begins on new convent", 98-May-30:4B
Davis, Jimmie
"Former Gov. Jimmie Davis celebrates 99", 98-Sep-21:3B
Dement, Mayor George
"Dement presents Clean City awards", 98-Nov-04:1E
"Dement says projects result of good work, economy", 98-Feb-25:3B
Deposit Guaranty
"Banks complete merger plans", 98-May-02:8B
DeSoto Parish
"Alternative school in DeSoto next up", 98-Apr-08:1B
"DeSoto may raise teacher pay", 98-Feb-23:1B
"DeSoto to discuss plans for alternative school", 98-May-13:3B
"DeSoto, Webster name low-ranked schools", 98-Mar-03:3B
"Federal grant money to go to rural roads in DeSoto Parish", 98-Jan-10:3B
"Fires char DeSoto Parish landscape", 98-July-12:1A
"School Board in DeSoto may delay teacher pay raises", 98-Feb-28:3B
"Waste plant may go back to people", 98-Feb-23:1B
Doctors' Hospital
"Renovations improve convenience, privacy at Doctors'", 98-Oct-28:8B
Doerge, Everett
"'He was one of us'", 98-Apr-21:1B
"Doerge succumbs at age 62", 98-Apr-18:1A
"Doerge's widow to seek seat", 98-Apr-24:5B
"Obituaries", 98-Apr-19:4B
Downtown Development Authority
"Association launches downtown promotion", 98-Nov-24:6B
"City checks into fee hike for parking", 98-Dec-16:1A
"DDA today moves to Louisiana Tower", 98-Nov-21:1B
"Study supports convention center", 98-June-13:1A
"Summitt to discuss downtown housing", 98-July-13:1B
Downtown Shreveport
"A vision for the future", 98-Sep-16:1A
"American Tower renovations still going full steam", 98-Aug-24:1B
"Apartment project ready to break ground downtown", 98-Oct-01:1B
"Apartments springing up in downtown", 98-Dec-02:1A
"Beautification project needs help", 98-Apr-24:1B
"Changes to lift Tower", 98-Jan-23:8B
"Developer awaits governor's approval", 98-June-06:1A
"Downtown apartments generate interest", 98-Oct-16:1B
"Downtown festival site progresses", 98-July-08:1A
"Downtown", 98-Feb-28:SS
"Entertainment district slowly becoming reality", 98-Sep-11:1A
"Historic downtown building sold", 98-Dec-03:8B
"Project breathes life into building", 98-Feb-09:6B
"Wanted: Downtown residents", 98-Sep-10:1B
Downtown Shreveport Unlimited
"DSU gets its first full-time employee", 98-Jan-04:1B
"First Shreveport ornament offered", 98-Oct-28:1E, 98-Nov-04:1E
Duke, David
"Duke first to announce candidacy to fill seat", 98-Dec-20:7A
"Potential Duke run plays part in re-election bid", 98-Feb-23:5B

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East Bank Theatre
"'Glass Menagerie' cast announced", 98-May-08:5D
"'Glass Menagerie' lacks delicacy", 98-May-24:5B
"'Glass' role thrills actress", 98-May-19:2D
"'Lion in Winter' is enjoyable", 98-Dec-06:6B
"'Raggedy Ann and Andy' to open season", 98-Oct-13:2D
"'Sisters' lives will touch many hearts", 98-Apr-14:2D
"'The Rainmaker' opening East Bank Theatre season", 98-Sep-15:2D
"Actresses bond to play sisters", 98-Mar-31:2D
"Company brings back 'Shadowlands' play", 98-Jan-02:3D
"Company brings back 'Shadowlands'", 98-Jan-04:8E
"East Bank announces 'Price' cast list", 98-Feb-02:2D
"East Bank offers 'Candles & Lace'", 98-Jan-26:1D
"East Bank offers acting classes", 98-Nov-10:2D
"East Bank puts on clever 'The Sisters Rosensweig'", 98-Apr-19:6B
"East Bank sets 'Roses' auditions", 98-Dec-08:2D
"East Bank to hold 'Sisters' tryouts", 98-Jan-08:1D
"East Bank's 'Rainmaker' good effort", 98-Sep-20:2B
"Play shows cost of choices", 98-Feb-17:2D
"Production spotlights women who paved the way", 98-Mar-17:1D
"Royal battle at heart of 'The Lion in Winter'", 98-Dec-01:2D
"The Company announces 'Lion in Winter' cast", 98-Nov-12:4D
"Theater announces 'Rainmaker' cast", 98-Aug-03:4D
"Theater announces cast for 'Raggedy Ann and Andy'", 98-Oct-07:3D
Edman, Jeff
"Obituary", 98-June-26:2B
"Radio DJ Edman dies of cancer", 98-June-26:3B
Edwards, Edwin
"$1 million Texas-La. payoffs alleged", 98-June-12:1A
"'Where's Edwards' story amuses former governor", 98-Oct-24:2A
"1 year later, EWE still unconcerned", 98-Apr-28:1A
"Board OKs EWE professorship at LSU", 98-Mar-07:3B
"Board seeks restitution from DeBartolo", 98-Oct-22:2B
"Brown refuses to plea bargain in Edwards case", 98-Oct-20:1B
"Campaign '99: Edwards again?", 98-Feb-15:7B
"Casino Magic officers targeted", 98-Jan-24:1B
"Casino owner called to testify in probe", 98-Apr-24:3B
"Committee to get key EWE paper", 98-Dec-08:1B
"DeBartolo gets probation, fine", 98-Oct-07:1A
"DeBartolo testifies before jury", 98-Sep-25:1A
"DeBartolo to enter plea today", 98-Oct-06:1A
"Edwards anxious for trial", 98-Nov-08:1A
"Edwards confident of acquittal", 98-Oct-05:1A
"Edwards defends business partner", 98-Aug-02:1B
"Edwards denies making tapes", 98-Oct-31:3B
"Edwards grand jury extended", 98-Sep-19:3B
"Edwards grand jury turns focus to reporters", 98-June-20:1B
"Edwards has had share of legal battles", 98-Nov-03:1A
"Edwards indicted", 98-Nov-07:1A
"Edwards probe deepens", 98-Sep-06:1A
"Edwards sued by casino license loser", 98-Nov-14:1B
"Edwards witness talks plea bargain", 98-Oct-14:1A
"Edwards' associate pleads guilty", 98-Oct-10:1A
"Edwards' attorney says federal case should be civil", 98-Feb-14:2A
"Edwards' friend strikes deal", 98-Oct-09:1A
"Edwards' grand jury follows paper trail", 98-Mar-07:1A
"Edwards' indictment could come within the next 6 weeks", 98-Sep-03:1A
"Edwards' legal team includes Shreveporter", 98-Nov-07:7A
"Edwards' son talks with Feds", 98-Oct-24:1A
"Edwards: DeBartolo not victim", 98-Sep-26:1A
"Edwardses renew FBI civil suit", 98-Jan-13:1A
"EWE attorneys get grand jury data", 98-Nov-18:1B
"EWE calls conference to show check", 98-Feb-04:5B
"EWE case has new plea deal", 98-Oct-15:1A
"EWE case may go to trial in October", 98-Dec-04:1A
"EWE case shakes up La. board", 98-Oct-19:1A
"EWE case to focus on license", 98-Sep-16:3B
"EWE friend to pay $3.5M", 98-Oct-17:1A
"EWE grand jury questions Fields", 98-May-02:3B
"EWE heads to court Thursday", 98-Nov-10:1A
"EWE jury focuses on ex-Shreveporter", 98-Mar-06:2B
"EWE lawyers seek new grand jury ruling", 98-Dec-24:1B
"EWE pleads not guilty, regrets gag order", 98-Nov-13:1A
"EWE probe blemishes La. gaming", 98-Oct-18:1A
"EWE probe costs $1.4M", 98-July-05:1A
"EWE probe hurts casinos' image, Barham says", 98-Oct-29:4B
"EWE probe indictments due 'any day'", 98-Nov-05:1B
"EWE probe nears 2-year mark", 98-Jan-24:3B
"EWE trial not expected until late 1999", 98-Dec-31:5B
"EWE vows he'll never plea bargain", 98-Oct-13:1A
"EWE wants judges off his case", 98-Dec-03:1A
"EWE's cash habit examined", 98-Apr-26:8B
"EWE's children testify at grand jury", 98-June-27:1A
"EWE's legal noose becomes tighter", 98-Oct-16:1A
"EWE, attorneys attack legality of probe tapes", 98-June-24:1A
"EWE, son demand money from FBI", 98-Jan-30:3B
"EWE, Tarver, others to be in court today", 98-Nov-12:1A
"EWE, wife divvy up property to have a baby", 98-Jan-29:1A
"EWE: FBI stung for $100,000", 98-Feb-05:1A
"FBI: Tape links EWE to illegal wiretaps", 98-Oct-08:1A
"Federal prosecutors yelling 'All aboard'", 98-Oct-11:1A
"Feds ordered to return EWE's cash", 98-Feb-03:1B
"Feds put solid team vs. EWE", 98-Nov-29:1A
"Feds to give EWE back $468,000 via check", 98-Jan-24:1A
"Feds try to make lawyer testify in EWE case", 98-Aug-01:3B
"Firm turns over Edwards' income tax returns", 98-Aug-30:7B
"Former governor faces 34 counts", 98-Nov-07:1A
"Gag order safeguards EWE hearing", 98-Nov-27:1A
"Gaming board hires its own investigator", 98-Oct-21:1A
"Governor pushes investigation of casino licensing", 98-Oct-25:1A
"Grand jury subpoenas EWE tapes", 98-Oct-29:1B
"Guidry was regular at EWE poker games", 98-Oct-17:3A
"Horseshoe owner testifies to Edwards jury", 98-Mar-04:2B
"Indictment possible today for Edwards", 98-Nov-06:1A
"Indictments delayed in EWE case", 98-Jan-06:1A
"Investigation leaves Edwards' friend broke", 98-Aug-02:3B
"Investigation stunned Edwin Edwards at first", 98-Apr-28:3B
"Judge asked to remove EWE lawyers", 98-Nov-25:1B
"Judge denies EWE motion over tapes", 98-June-25:1A
"Judge imposes gag order in Edwards case", 98-Nov-11:1B
"Judge refuses to leave Edwards case", 98-Dec-19:3B
"Judge's son won't participate in Edwards defense", 98-Dec-09:5B
"Polozola presides in Edwards case", 98-Dec-03:1B
"Probe seeks link to Gaming Board", 98-Feb-14:1A
"Prosecutor sees no unfairness over seizures of Edwardses' funds", 98-Jan-21:3B
"Prosecutors ask judge to disqualify EWE lawyer", 98-Dec-16:1B
"Prosecutors cancel EWE subpoenas", 98-June-17:5B
"Prosecutors drop plans to indict EWE aide", 98-Sep-13:6B
"Prosecutors have EWE state grand jury records", 98-Apr-30:5B
"Prosecutors: EWE will get money soon", 98-Jan-31:3B
"Report: Former Players Casino exec traded tapes for immunity", 98-Oct-19:3B
"Ruling may not speed up decision on EWE", 98-Jan-15:5B
"Senator testifies in EWE probe", 98-Feb-21:1B
"Speculation over DeBartolo rages", 98-Sep-18:1A
"Tapes at center of EWE case", 98-Nov-15:1A
"Tarver gets new lawyers", 98-Oct-23:1A
"Tarver refuses felony plea in EWE probe", 98-Oct-27:1A
"Transferring EWE grand jury testimony possible", 98-May-09:3B
"U.S. attorney: EWE case 'on track' for indictments", 98-Jan-17:1A
"Washington meeting for Edwards delayed", 98-Sep-10:1B
Elections
"19 percent of La. voters turn out for propositions", 98-Oct-05:5B
"2 former members return to council", 98-Nov-04:1A
"2 qualify for House District 10 race", 98-May-16:1B
"3 win council seats", 98-Oct-04:1A
"Ads put dirty spin on mayoral race", 98-Sep-24:1B
"Advising the next mayor", 98-Sep-13:23A
"African-Americans focus on issues", 98-Aug-26:1A
"Alford announces assessor candidacy", 98-July-29:1B
"Architect enters race for mayor", 98-Mar-31:1B
"Area parishes lack candidates", 98-Aug-25:1B
"Area pastors throw support to Jackson", 98-July-18:3B
"Attorney English announces run for Shreveport mayor", 98-June-09:1B
"Black ministers to endorse Jackson for mayor", 98-July-17:1B
"Board member seeks fouth term", 98-Aug-03:1B
"Board member seeks re-election", 98-Aug-15:1B
"Board member wants full term", 98-Aug-17:1B
"Bossier candidates square off on issues", 98-Sep-11:3B
"Bossier member seeks second term", 98-Aug-13:1B
"Bossier official seeks re-election", 98-Aug-17:1B
"Bossier School Board candidates to make their pitches", 98-Sep-10:2B
"Bossier voters OK fire tax", 98-Oct-04:11A
"Boykin eyes return to school board", 98-Aug-12:1B
"Brooks seeking his seventh term", 98-Aug-15:1B
"Bryant has 'definite ideas' for city", 98-Sep-21:1A
"Burns announces for tax assessor", 98-July-22:1B
"Business group endorses English", 98-Sep-16:1B
"Caddo parks tax up for renewal", 98-Sep-21:1A
"Caddo schools race heats up", 98-Sep-11:3B
"Caddo voters kill deputy pay raises", 98-May-03:1A
"Caddo voters renew two parish taxes", 98-Oct-04:11A
"CAE endorses School Baord hopefuls", 98-Sep-15:1B
"Candidate on the road to recovery", 98-Sep-24:1B
"Candidate wants education basics", 98-July-31:1B
"Candidates for assessor square off", 98-Sep-16:3B
"Candidates gain issue for 1998 city races", 98-Jan-25:19A
"Candidates set for Oct. 3 ballot", 98-Aug-22:13B
"Candidates square off", 98-Sep-29:1B
"Candidates tailor message to audience", 98-Aug-16:9A
"Candidates tell of plans for city services", 98-Oct-01:1B
"Candidates wrap up forums", 98-Sep-30:1B
"Carmody wants City Council seat", 98-Aug-19:1B
"City Council District A hopefuls to square off", 98-Sep-17:2B
"Constitutional amendment series", 98-Sep-18:1B
"Contractors endorse Green, Robinson for council seats", 98-Oct-28:3B
"Contractors to influence city, school elections", 98-July-19:17A
"Council candidates square off", 98-Sep-22:2B, 98-Sep-28:2B
"Council candidates to take stage", 98-Sep-03:2B
"Council hopefuls trade jabs", 98-Sep-09:2B
"Councilman joins race for mayor", 98-May-19:1B
"Councilman seeks another four years", 98-July-19:1B
"Councilman to bid for re-election", 98-July-10:1B
"Davis making bid for City Council", 98-Aug-19:1B
"Deadline draws near for candidates-to-be", 98-Aug-18:1B
"District 6 hopefuls to meet in forum", 98-Sep-27:2B
"District 9 hopefuls weigh school growth", 98-Sep-22:1B
"District A hopefuls square off in forum", 98-Sep-18:3B
"District C candidates face heated session-literally", 98-Aug-01:2B
"District F hears from candidates", 98-Sep-23:1B
"District G member to seek re-election", 98-July-27:1B
"Doerge wins seat vacated by husband", 98-June-21:1B
"Dowden eyeing School Board seat", 98-Aug-18:1B
"Dozens of candidates qualify for local races", 98-Aug-20:2B
"Edmiston becomes new Bossier Parish assessor", 98-Nov-04:6A
"Education is important to English", 98-Sep-22:1A
"Educator wants Caddo board seat", 98-Aug-10:1B
"Election issue to go before appeals court", 98-July-06:3B
"Elections '98", 98-Sep-27:SS
"English throws support to Hightower", 98-Oct-04:11A
"Ex-teacher seeks School Board post", 98-Aug-07:1B
"Federal appeals court upholds state's open primary election", 98-July-17:3B
"Few hot contests to be decided", 98-Nov-01:5A
"Firefighters union votes to endorse Williams", 98-Sep-11:1A
"First there were five, now there are two", 98-Oct-04:10A
"Flood legislation may not hold water", 98-Sep-16:1B
"FOP endorses Mayor Williams", 98-Sep-15:1B
"Former teacher seeks board seat", 98-Aug-18:1B
"Forum to feature mayoral hopefuls", 98-Aug-24:1B
"Fund-raising gala set for English", 98-May-08:1B
"Green announces for city council", 98-Aug-01:1B
"Group backs 4 incumbents", 98-Sep-17:1B
"Guth taking aim at mayor's position", 98-Aug-19:1B
"Hightower anticipates smooth transition", 98-Oct-10:1A
"Hightower campaign worker dismissed", 98-Sep-24:2B
"Hightower coffers top $160,000", 98-Sep-17:1A
"Hightower first by wide margin", 98-Oct-04:1A
"Hightower picks up Jackson's endorsement", 98-Oct-09:1A
"Hightower plans fund-raiser for race", 98-May-07:1B
"Hightower pushes economic plan", 98-Sep-23:1A
"Hightower, Williams strategize", 98-Oct-05:1A
"Homer's election pits opposites", 98-Sep-30:3B
"Huckaby, Robinson poised for runoff", 98-Oct-30:2B
"Knotts seeks seat on Bossier board", 98-Aug-12:1B
"Legislature wants control over state hospitals", 98-Sep-21:1B
"Light turnout expected Nov. 3", 98-Oct-22:1B
"Low turnout expected for election", 98-Apr-29:1B
"Low turnout projected locally", 98-Nov-03:1A
"Mayor hopefuls seek better turnout", 98-Oct-06:3A
"Mayor to seek re-election", 98-May-23:1B
"Mayor's contest gets 1st entry", 98-Mar-19:1B
"Mayoral candidate call for citizens review panel", 98-July-28:2A
"Mayoral candidates round up financial support", 98-Sep-17:4A
"Mayoral candidates set for TV debate", 98-Sep-26:1B
"Mayoral candidates to spend thousands", 98-Aug-24:1A
"Mayoral debate to air tonight", 98-Sep-29:1B
"Mayoral forum produces fireworks", 98-Sep-16:3B
"Mayoral hopeful backs Prator", 98-Sep-10:1A
"Mayoral hopeful owes state taxes", 98-Oct-02:1B
"Mayoral hopefuls betting on runoff", 98-Sep-27:1A
"Mayoral hopefuls discuss Shreveport's future", 98-July-14:1B
"Mayoral hopefuls field questions", 98-Aug-16:3B
"Milam announces re-election bid", 98-Aug-05:1B
"Ministers favor 'plain English'", 98-Sep-22:1B
"Mock election gives Hightower the edge", 98-Oct-02:5B
"More candidates file for office in Caddo, Bossier", 98-Aug-21:1B
"Newcomer Jackson has big ideas", 98-Sep-24:1A
"North Caddo holds School Board forum", 98-Sep-10:2B
"Norton to bid for council seat", 98-July-16:1B
"On Tuesday's ballot", 98-Nov-01:5A
"Pastor announces his candidacy", 98-July-25:1B
"People qualify for Caddo, Bossier positions", 98-Aug-23:3B
"Plan would provide a safety net", 98-Sep-17:1B
"Police vote to endorse Hightower", 98-Sep-05:1A
"Political newcomer challenges Minden's incumbent mayor", 98-Sep-30:3B
"Poll shows close mayoral race", 98-Sep-24:5B
"Powell seeks return to school board", 98-Aug-06:1B
"Proposition 8 reviews mixed", 98-Sep-14:1A
"Public shows little interest in forums", 98-Sep-04:5B
"Pugh wants to stay on School Board", 98-Aug-17:1B
"Race plays a role in political decisions and discussions", 98-Aug-16:1A
"Ray bids for return to School Board", 98-Aug-18:1B
"Realtor has sights on council seat", 98-May-20:1B
"Red River puts twist on Shreveport race", 98-Sep-30:1A
"Regional Parish Election Results", 98-Oct-04:6A
"Retired colonel seeks Bossier post", 98-Aug-10:1B
"Robinson to be Distrct A candidate", 98-May-17:1B
"Saturday's election with little to stir voters to show up", 98-Oct-02:6B
"School board candidates discuss priorities, concern", 98-Sep-30:2B
"School board elections expected to be low key", 98-Aug-10:1A
"School board forum tonight", 98-Aug-01:2B
"School Board hopefuls in agreement", 98-Sep-16:3B
"School board incumbents weigh re-election", 98-Aug-11:3B
"Shreveport mayoral candidates speak out on issues at forum", 98-June-10:1B
"Shyne challenges Green in District F", 98-Oct-29:3B
"Spigener seeks 2nd council term", 98-July-18:1B
"State issues draw little interest", 98-Oct-04:8A
"T.L. Hardin decides to sit this one out", 98-Oct-03:1B
"Take these observations on mayoral personalities", 98-Sep-27:23A
"Teacher to run for Caddo board", 98-July-28:1B
"Thursday event to feature Bossier District 8", 98-Aug-01:2B
"Tougher issues face mayoral candidates", 98-Aug-30:23A
"Tuesday slate not piquing voter interest", 98-Nov-01:1A
"Voter-approved bonds reap results in school construction", 98-Nov-05:1B
"Voters face 18 amendments", 98-Sep-20:21A
"Voters hit polls today", 98-Oct-03:1A
"Williams defends decision to run ad", 98-Sep-25:1B
"Williams faces uphill battle", 98-Oct-04:10A
"Williams pondering Tarver flier", 98-Oct-08:1A
"Williams wants another four years", 98-Sep-25:1A
"Williams weighs runoff decision", 98-Oct-06:1A
"Williams' ex-organizer explains key issue of race", 98-July-12:17A
"Would-be general to oppose Breaux", 98-Aug-20:3B

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Festivals
"Area gets ready to go mad over mudbugs", 98-May-20:1D
"Blueberry Festival draws thousands to Mansfield", 98-June-28:1B
"Christmas on Caddo festival keeps growing", 98-Nov-26:2B
"Cinco de Mayo", 98-May-01:8E
"Close call doesn't stop festival site", 98-Sep-26:1A
"Crawfish, music fuel the fare at Mudbug Madness", 98-May-24:1B
"Downtown festival site progresses", 98-July-08:1A
"Festival crowd has hot time with cool jazz", 98-May-09:1B
"Festival dishes out jazz with its gumbo", 98-May-08:3E
"Festival honoring leafy green lacks salad", 98-May-10:1B
"Festival site joins master plan", 98-Apr-02:2B
"Landmark on the rise", 98-Aug-11:1B
"Lignite Festival brings bright side to coal", 98-May-03:1B
"Redbud Festival draws 20,000 to Vivian", 98-Mar-22:11B
"Rockets will glare for Christmas on Red", 98-Nov-28:1A
"Site readied for festivals", 98-Sep-11:1A
"Thousands flock to annual Christmas on Caddo festival", 98-Nov-29:1B
"Work begins on new downtown festival site", 98-June-05:2B
Fields, Sen. Cleo
"Car impoundment law unconstitutional, judge rules", 98-Feb-26:1A
"Cleo Fields challenges new law", 98-Nov-28:3B
"EWE grand jury questions Fields", 98-May-02:3B
"Fields questions auto impoundment law", 98-Jan-10:1A
"Fields sues to halt impoundments", 98-Jan-14:3B
"Fields would take car impound law to federal court", 98-June-30:3B
"Impoundment law may not affect rates", 98-Oct-21:2B
"La. congressional seats safe now", 98-Feb-01:1A
"State court reinstates vehicle impound law", 98-July-09:1A
First Baptist Church
"Churches hold a lot of history", 98-Jan-05:1D
First United Methodist Church
"Churches hold a lot of history", 98-Jan-05:1D
Fort Polk
"Barksdale, Fort Polk may get $11 million", 98-June-11:3B
"Fort Polk offers $2,000 for word about stolen tank", 98-Aug-01:1A
"Fort Polk ready for deployment", 98-Feb-19:3B
Foster, Gov. Mike
"1999 governor's race: What governor's race?", 98-Dec-27:1A
"Agenda key to Foster's re-election", 98-Dec-06:1A
"Blacks boost La. governor's popularity", 98-Jan-05:5B
"Despite problems, Foster pleases GOP", 98-Mar-09:5B
"Foster adds campaign reform to agenda", 98-Mar-09:1B
"Foster asks 2 to recuse selves from gaming panel", 98-Oct-29:4B
"Foster backs pre-K vouchers", 98-Apr-09:1B
"Foster challenges state poverty", 98-Aug-07:3B
"Foster complains about New Orleans gun lawsuit", 98-Dec-19:2B
"Foster has increased state spending on road improvements", 98-Dec-26:2B
"Foster in no rush to call special election for seat", 98-Dec-22:6A
"Foster likes chances for New Orleans casino", 98-Mar-03:3B
"Foster looks for more money for education", 98-Dec-21:5B
"Foster opens session with agenda for change", 98-Mar-24:2A
"Foster proposes state funds toward professional golf course", 98-May-29:3B
"Foster recommends approving Harrah's contract", 98-Feb-22:1A
"Foster releases list of donors", 98-Nov-27:5B
"Foster says tobacco tax off limits", 98-Apr-26:4A
"Foster says tribes must placate state", 98-Dec-11:3B
"Foster signs college scholarship bill", 98-May-09:3B
"Foster signs his first pardons", 98-Dec-01:4B
"Foster stays out of GSU president search", 98-Mar-25:1A
"Foster supports Livingston", 98-Dec-20:7A
"Foster to OK deal on casino", 98-Mar-12:1A
"Foster undergoes surgery for hernia", 98-Jan-14:3B
"Foster visits unions, pledges education support", 98-Nov-24:1B
"Foster wants to keep drug testing", 98-Nov-20:2B
"Foster will investigate gaming control board", 98-Oct-08:1B
"Foster won't delay casino vote", 98-Mar-01:1A
"Foster won't seek repeal of gambling", 98-Oct-27:1B
"Foster's staff to undergo drug testing", 98-Feb-16:5B
"Foster, assistants undergo first drug tests", 98-Mar-04:1B
"Foster, Ieyoub unite to fight feds for $4.4B", 98-Dec-13:1A
"Foster, party chairman settle dispute", 98-Mar-15:6B
"Foster: Spread of dockside gambling unlikely", 98-Dec-16:1B
"Foster: Schools must change", 98-Nov-11:5B
"Gov. Foster asks Fuller to resign", 98-Oct-20:1B
"Gov. Foster defends Magri as Pardon Board choice", 98-July-31:3B
"Gov. Foster not satisfied with drug testing program", 98-Aug-06:3B
"Gov. Foster says state may dodge Exxon fallout", 98-Dec-03:8B
"Governor addresses scholarship recipients", 98-Aug-20:2B
"Governor bent on funding teacher raises", 98-Jan-13:1A
"Governor declares weather emergency", 98-Feb-13:1A
"Governor pushes investigation of casino licensing", 98-Oct-25:1A
"Governor received raise as head of company", 98-Feb-04:3B
"Governor sees competitive highway system", 98-May-29:3B
"Governor takes look at pardon requests", 98-Aug-23:1A
"Governor to appear at fund-raiser", 98-May-16:1B
"Governor vows support for free-tuition program", 98-Dec-21:5B
"Governor, churches to arrange relief", 98-Nov-05:3B
"Ironclad waits for Foster's signature", 98-June-18:6A
"Latest figures reveal higher income for Foster", 98-Feb-05:5B
"Mayors, meet with governor", 98-Dec-18:1B
"Most area projects escape Foster cut", 98-July-03:1A
"Report analyzes Gov. Foster's record", 98-Oct-04:21A
"State board appointees await decision by Foster", 98-Dec-21:4B
"Think tank gives Foster a 'C'", 98-Sep-04:5B
"Tobacco payoff may erase La. debt", 98-Dec-11:1A

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G

Gambling
"1 plaintiff withdraws from boat suit", 98-Sep-03:1B
"3 bills filed to tax slots at horse track", 98-Apr-30:3B
"8-39-43-45-49, Powerball 13 anyone?", 98-July-30:1A
"Analysis: Land casino deal could be better", 98-Jan-12:5B
"Area boats have largest revenue", 98-Oct-09:3B
"Asian gamblers lucrative for area casinos", 98-Feb-09:1A
"Association reopens search", 98-Aug-21:3B
"Attempt to raise tax on riverboats stopped", 98-June-02:3B
"Audit analyzes city, casino lease", 98-Nov-19:1B
"Barton won't take casino job", 98-Aug-20:5B
"Bill seeks Indian casino revenue", 98-Apr-27:1A
"Bills seek increased boat taxes", 98-Apr-30:1A
"Black businessman's casino below minority hiring goals", 98-Feb-19:5B
"Board can OK Harrah's N.O. deal", 98-Mar-17:1A
"Board may delay last casino license", 98-June-15:1A
"Board OKs casino sale", 98-Aug-19:1A
"Board OKs Hollywood riverboat", 98-Sep-15:1A
"Board seeks restitution from DeBartolo", 98-Oct-22:2B
"Board, city ink separate casino deals", 98-Mar-04:1B
"Boarding fees ruling stands", 98-Nov-11:2B
"Boats report on underage screening", 98-Apr-22:5A
"Boats: No one under 21", 98-July-13:1A
"Bossier City riverboat accounts to increase", 98-May-06:3B
"Bossier Council to mail reply today on riverboat revenue suggestion",
98-Jan-22:2B
"Bossier official in running for new job", 98-Aug-13:1A
"Bossier Parish still eyeing slots at Downs", 98-July-09:1B
"Bossier School board OKs Hollywood deal", 98-Mar-13:1B
"Both sides prepare for legislative gambling battles", 98-Jan-19:1B
"Build it and they will come", 98-Feb-08:15A
"Casino ceiling collapse injures 5", 98-Mar-11:1A
"Casino contract on board's agenda", 98-Mar-14:1A
"Casino disaster drill today", 98-June-23:2B
"Casino future may hang on contract's age", 98-Mar-31:3B
"Casino group cuts its ties with DeBartolo", 98-Sep-15:1A
"Casino issue goes to court", 98-Apr-14:3B
"Casino Magic breaks ground for hotel", 98-May-14:8B
"Casino Magic caught in parish property tax dilemma", 98-Apr-09:1B
"Casino Magic joins hotel parade", 98-Dec-16:1A
"Casino Magic officers targeted", 98-Jan-24:1B
"Casino Magic pays taxes to court; parishes seek funds", 98-May-09:1A
"Casino Magic plans to merge", 98-Feb-21:8B
"Casino Magic sees stability in merger", 98-Jan-21:1A
"Casino Magic sets opening for hotel", 98-Dec-04:8B
"Casino Magic tax issue goes to court", 98-May-05:1B
"Casino OK'd amid allegations", 98-Oct-21:4B
"Casino owner called to testify in probe", 98-Apr-24:3B
"Casino partners reach deal", 98-Aug-01:1B
"Casino proposal to get board's OK", 98-Feb-11:1B
"Casino revenue lawsuit divides Bossier board", 98-Apr-27:1A
"Casino seeks injunction on property sale", 98-May-04:1B
"Casino seems headed for a fight", 98-Oct-18:1B
"Casino-support workers union growing in Las Vegas", 98-Sep-06:1A
"Casinos are obstacles to civic progress", 98-Apr-19:19A
"Casinos could face fines for violations", 98-Apr-02:5B
"Casinos give $75,000 to help stop compulsive gambling", 98-July-07:2B
"Casinos give gaming addiction group $100,000", 98-June-25:3B
"Casinos lead state in revenue", 98-Sep-11:3B
"Casinos lure gamblers with hotels", 98-July-15:1A
"Casinos promote education week", 98-Aug-05:1B
"Casinos see record revenues", 98-Aug-08:1B
"Casinos take in $115.3 million in March", 98-Apr-07:1B
"Casinos to explain underage screening", 98-Apr-21:1A
"Casinos' earnings higher in 1998", 98-Feb-07:1A
"Ceiling tile repair to be done by Friday", 98-Mar-12:1B
"Charitable gaming declines in state", 98-Jan-05:5B
"Church effort aims to help compulsive gamblers in need", 98-Mar-22:4A
"City may get 500-room Harrah's hotel", 98-Dec-15:1A
"Coast has had gambling a while", 98-Sep-29:5A
"Committee to get key EWE paper", 98-Dec-08:1B
"Committee votes to raise minimum gambling age", 98-Mar-31:3B
"Council OKs new Harrah's contract", 98-Feb-25:1A
"Council seeks input on Harrah's lease renewal", 98-Feb-20:1B
"Court order halts hearing on Horseshoe hotel work", 98-Mar-06:1A
"Court rejects appeal to ban slots in ads", 98-Feb-24:1B
"Court: Casino's riverboat not a vessel", 98-June-15:1A
"DeBartolo gets probation, fine", 98-Oct-07:1A
"Drop in Hollywood earnings shouldn't affect casino plans", 98-Nov-14:2B
"Edwards denies making tapes", 98-Oct-31:3B
"Edwards' son talks with Feds", 98-Oct-24:1A
"Entertainment district slowly becoming reality", 98-Sep-11:1A
"EWE case shakes up La. board", 98-Oct-19:1A
"EWE heads to court Thursday", 98-Nov-10:1A
"EWE pleads not guilty, regrets gag order", 98-Nov-13:1A
"EWE probe blemishes La. gaming", 98-Oct-18:1A
"EWE probe hurts casinos' image, Barham says", 98-Oct-29:4B
"EWE probe indictments due 'any day'", 98-Nov-05:1B
"EWE, Tarver, others to be in court today", 98-Nov-12:1A
"Ex-senator named casino group director", 98-Oct-28:3B
"Expansion of Harrah's uncertain", 98-Feb-21:1B
"Federal video poker investigation continues", 98-Jan-13:1B
"Feds end 3-year inquiry of Tarver", 98-Jan-30:1A
"Fight compulsive gambling at birth", 98-July-12:17A
"Fired-up slots supporters to pressure lawmakers", 98-Aug-08:1A
"Former state senator receives subpoena in video poker case", 98-Feb-03:3B
"Former state trooper to head casino lobbyists", 98-Nov-26:4B
"Foster asks 2 to recuse selves from gaming panel", 98-Oct-29:4B
"Foster considers push to limit casino giving", 98-Jan-13:1A
"Foster defends board's actions on Harrah's", 98-Oct-10:1B
"Foster likes chances for New Orleans casino", 98-Mar-03:3B
"Foster recommends approving Harrah's contract", 98-Feb-22:1A
"Foster says tribes must placate state", 98-Dec-11:3B
"Foster to OK deal on casino", 98-Mar-12:1A
"Foster will investigate gaming control board", 98-Oct-08:1B
"Foster won't delay casino vote", 98-Mar-01:1A
"Foster won't seek repeal of gambling", 98-Oct-27:1B
"Foster: Spread of dockside gambling unlikely", 98-Dec-16:1B
"Gamblers drop more than $1.6B in year", 98-July-20:5B
"Gamblers pour into casino's new riverboat", 98-Jan-29:1A
"Gambling addiction begins early, study says", 98-June-18:1A
"Gambling age at issue", 98-Mar-22:1A
"Gambling center pushes to open in early 1999", 98-Dec-22:1B
"Gambling grows by $5.5M locally", 98-July-11:1B
"Gambling hot line attracts Lotto fans", 98-July-24:1A
"Gambling, health topics of meeting", 98-Jan-21:1B
"Gaming age hike is imminent", 98-Apr-15:3B
"Gaming board gives nod to Harrah's N.O.", 98-Mar-21:1A
"Gaming board hires its own investigator", 98-Oct-21:1A
"Gaming board questions casinos' gifts to schools", 98-Jan-05:1A
"Gaming board to consider N.O. casino contract", 98-Mar-18:4B
"Gaming industry transforms Tunica, Miss.", 98-Sep-28:1A
"Gaming issues to clutter session", 98-Jan-19:1A
"Gaming off limits to those under 21", 98-June-16:1A
"Gaming proves big play for state", 98-May-31:17A
"Gaming takes center stage in final week", 98-Apr-13:5B
"Gov. Foster asks Fuller to resign", 98-Oct-20:1B
"Governor pushes investigation of casino licensing", 98-Oct-25:1A
"Grand jury subpoenas EWE tapes", 98-Oct-29:1B
"Group set to monitor slots vote", 98-Jan-12:1B
"Guidry was regular at EWE poker games", 98-Oct-17:3A
"Gulf luxuraties in gaming's glow", 98-Sep-29:1A
"Harrah's donates $10,000 to council", 98-Nov-08:24A
"Harrah's hotel still waiting onland-based casino OK", 98-May-20:3B
"Harrah's offers ideas for pavilion", 98-July-23:1A
"Harrah's unveils hotel plans", 98-Dec-17:1A
"Harrah's, mayor agree on new deal", 98-Jan-14:1A
"High court: Legislative approval not needed for casino contact", 98-May-16:3B
"Hollywood Casino lease OK'd", 98-Nov-24:1A
"Hollywood Casino project could resurface in May", 98-Apr-21:3A
"Hollywood Casino to change face of Shreveport riverfront", 98-Dec-01:1A
"Hollywood Casino to present new plan", 98-July-20:1A
"Hollywood finances hit rough water", 98-Jan-07:1A
"Hollywood gets deadline to forge deal", 98-July-22:1A
"Hollywood gets preliminary OK", 98-Mar-11:5B
"Hollywood Park fires Casino Magic CEO", 98-Nov-03:1B
"Hollywood saga to end next week", 98-Sep-08:1A
"Hollywood tax plan remains at impasse", 98-Jan-19:1A
"Horsehoe owner testifies to Edwards jury", 98-Mar-04:2B
"Horseshoe boosts area's gaming revenue", 98-Mar-07:1B
"Horseshoe looks at casino expansion in Lake Charles", 98-May-23:3B
"Horseshoe plans center, second garage", 98-Aug-30:1B
"Horseshoe ready to open entertainment complex", 98-Oct-30:1B
"Horseshoe to celebrate grand opening", 98-Feb-11:3B
"Horseshoe to close for 'adjustments'", 98-Jan-06:1B
"Horseshoe to use off-duty officers", 98-June-17:5B
"Horseshoe won't be fined for ceiling collapse", 98-Mar-20:1B
"Horshoe Casino continues growing", 98-Aug-02:1B
"House busts effort to raise lottery age from 18 to 21", 98-Apr-08:3B
"House maneuver bolsters slots bill", 98-June-09:1A
"House says yes to slots at tracks", 98-May-07:1A
"House stops casino repeal", 98-Mar-25:1A
"House: Video poker players must be 21", 98-Apr-07:1A
"Indians to negotiate new gaming compacts with state", 98-May-29:3B
"Indictment possible today for Edwards", 98-Nov-06:1A
"Indictments delayed in EWE case", 98-Jan-06:1A
"Isle breaks ground for $37.4M hotel", 98-Jan-30:1A
"Isle in Lake Charles fined $100,000", 98-July-08:1A
"Judge imposes gag order in Edwards case", 98-Nov-11:1B
"Judge refuses to leave Edwards case", 98-Dec-19:3B
"La. casinos say weather keeps them dockside", 98-Mar-02:5B
"La. gambling 'like pouring gasoline on a bonfire'", 98-Sep-12:1B
"La. leads in gambling addiction treatment", 98-June-24:5B
"La. watches young gamblers", 98-Feb-05:1B
"Lake Charles debates 'head tax' on gamblers", 98-Feb-27:5B
"Last boat license delayed", 98-Jan-21:1A
"Last gaming license put off indefinitely", 98-June-17:5B
"Lawmaker: slots at tracks not guaranteed", 98-July-17:3B
"Lawmakers can try to eliminate casinos during special session", 98-Mar-18:4B
"Lawmakers surprised by land casino opinion", 98-Mar-17:2B
"Lawmakers to tackle gambling, education", 98-Apr-06:3B
"Lawmakers, public to talk about slots at racetracks", 98-Aug-06:1A
"Legal-fee questions arise in gaming suit", 98-Aug-01:1B
"Legislative committee tours riverboat", 98-Dec-09:5B
"Legislators revive talks about slots for track", 98-June-24:1B
"Legislature can't ratify casino's contract", 98-Apr-04:1A
"Legislature gets the final word on land casino, court rules", 98-Apr-23:5B
"List of area video poker establishments cited by police", 98-Dec-20:6B
"Lobbyists reject trying to deny casino", 98-Feb-26:5B
"Local attorneys kicked off lawsuit to appeal ruling", 98-Aug-28:3B
"Local casino market sees increase over '96", 98-Jan-10:1A
"Local man is named to state lottery board", 98-Nov-27:1B
"Local riverboats keep revenue lead", 98-Dec-10:8B
"Local riverboats provide largest share of levys", 98-Feb-08:4A
"Lottery officials seem optimistic about sales", 98-Mar-04:2B
"Louisiana battles youth gambling problem", 98-Oct-09:1B
"Louisiana casino revenue decreases", 98-May-08:1B
"Louisiana gaming growth unsure", 98-Sep-30:1A
"Louisiana looks to study good and bad of gambling", 98-Nov-01:1B
"Mayor critical of Hollywood taxation plan", 98-Jan-20:1A
"Members appointed for Harrah's project", 98-Mar-14:1B
"N.O. casino repeal bill falls short", 98-May-22:3B
"N.O. land casino showdown likely", 98-Mar-24:1A
"Natchitoches target of tribe for casino", 98-Oct-13:1A
"New gambling law nets minors", 98-June-07:1A
"New laws target gambling, inheritance taxes", 98-July-01:1B
"New Orleans casino lacks opening date", 98-Sep-03:5B
"New Orleans to gain casino", 98-Oct-14:1A
"NFL investigates DeBartolo", 98-Oct-29:4B
"Official: Ban workers from video poker", 98-Apr-22:1A
"Officials to study Hollywood proposal", 98-Aug-04:1A
"Pair off gaming board for now", 98-Nov-18:1A
"Panel dumps casino attempt; Supreme Court asked to rule", 98-Apr-08:3B
"Plan may kill weevils, slots", 98-June-04:1A
"Players rebuffs Hollywood offer", 98-Nov-12:1B
"Players' licensing in jeopardy", 98-Oct-20:1A
"Police Jury opposes casino plans", 98-Oct-20:2B
"Politically connected benefit from deal", 98-Oct-21:4B
"Possible final hearing set for land casino", 98-Sep-05:2B
"Probe nears end for Hollywood casino project", 98-May-18:1A
"Probe seeks link to Gaming Board", 98-Feb-14:1A
"Proposal would punish young gamblers", 98-Apr-08:1A
"Prosecutors ask judge to disqualify EWE lawyer", 98-Dec-16:1B
"Race tracks lose slot machine bid", 98-June-11:8A
"Red River fit for a 'King'", 98-Jan-28:1B
"Reopening of Harrah's N.O. casino uncertain", 98-Feb-09:1A
"Report: Former Players Casino exec traded tapes for immunity", 98-Oct-19:3B
"Reporting rule raises casinos' suspicions", 98-July-16:2B
"Riverboat captains may not sail but have many duties", 98-Apr-26:1E
"Riverboat disaster drill to briefly close Horseshoe Casino", 98-June-14:1B
"Riverboat raises million-dollar wall", 98-Feb-12:1B
"Riverboat revenue up in May", 98-June-11:5B
"Riverboats win more in October", 98-Nov-07:1B
"Ruling: Land casino lawsuit must go to circuit court first", 98-Apr-10:3B
"School Board loses battle over more gambling revenue", 98-Apr-10:1B
"School Board won't appeal ruling on gaming funds", 98-May-08:3B
"Second lawsuit becomes part of casino's legal tangle", 98-Mar-20:3B
"Senate to debate slots at track bill", 98-May-26:1A
"Senator withdraws request to block vote on N.O. casino", 98-Mar-20:3B
"Should gambling be repealed?", 98-Nov-29:23A
"Shreveport area to get center to treat gamblers", 98-July-30:1A
"Shreveport takes aim at underage gamblers", 98-May-06:1B
"Sky's the limit in Mississippi", 98-Sep-28:5A
"Slots at Downs may go forward without tax vote", 98-Oct-22:1A
"Slots at horse tracks bill on brink of failure", 98-June-10:1A
"Slots at LaDowns come to wire", 98-Mar-22:4A
"Slots at track may come up next year", 98-June-12:1A
"Slots bill faces fight", 98-Apr-20:1A
"Slots bill gains final nod from Senate", 98-Apr-14:1A
"Slots bill heads for finish line", 98-May-27:1A
"Slots-at-tracks bill clears another hurdle", 98-May-05:1A
"Some La. casinos aim to cut security", 98-Feb-23:1A
"Some unsure about special casino session", 98-Mar-08:1A
"St. Landry seeks help from Foster on slots", 98-June-13:3B
"State delays awarding of license for 15th boat", 98-June-03:1A
"State focuses on underage gambling", 98-Mar-20:3B
"State may raise ante on casinos", 98-Feb-08:1A
"State official to ignore casino donations issue", 98-Jan-21:2B
"State ponders taking action against former casino owner", 98-Oct-30:3B
"State, casinos try to agree on donations", 98-Dec-02:4B
"Station executive returns to Harrah's in New Orleans", 98-Feb-05:4B
"Tapes at center of EWE case", 98-Nov-15:1A
"Tarver gets new lawyers", 98-Oct-23:1A
"Tarver refuses felony plea in EWE probe", 98-Oct-27:1A
"Tarver seeks new attorney for federal gambling trial", 98-Dec-08:1B
"Texas couple hits jackpot, thinks of retiring", 98-June-02:2B
"Treen pushes for land-based casino approval", 98-Feb-25:1B
"Tribe's plan for I-49 land still unknown", 98-Aug-18:1B
"Tunica mayor wins gamble on gaming", 98-Sep-28:5A
"Two states approach gaming industry from different directions", 98-Sep-27:1A
"Underage gamblers arrested at Harrah's", 98-Mar-22:1A
"Underage gambling 'stings' considered", 98-Jan-24:1B
"Underage informant entered local boats", 98-Mar-18:4B
"Undercover operation discovers widespread underage gambling", 98-Dec-09:5B
"Video poker citations lead to changes", 98-Dec-20:1B
"Video poker referendums upheld", 98-Feb-05:5B
"Warren leaves Isle for Horseshoe", 98-Mar-26:1B
"Ways sought to keep youths out of casinos", 98-Mar-07:2B
"Weevil funds endanger vote on slots", 98-June-08:5B
"Who profits from N.O. land casino debacle? Lawyers", 98-Apr-13:5B
"Workers to learn to spot addicts", 98-Mar-02:1B
Genealogy
"Join Friends of Genealogy and meet people like you", 98-Jan-05:3D
"Lecturer puts twist on family research", 98-Aug-12:1E
General Motors
"'I'm really glad to be back'", 98-Aug-05:6B
"2,300 workers resume GM plant production today", 98-Aug-04:6B
"300 local GM workers face layoff", 98-June-24:8B
"Chief sees no end for GM strike", 98-July-08:8B
"GM battles for company's future", 98-June-14:1C
"GM faces rough ride", 98-Mar-12:8B
"GM goes global to find replacement parts", 98-July-25:6B
"GM hopes to end strike by end of the week", 98-July-07:6B
"GM layoffs may sap economic strength", 98-June-17:1A
"GM loses $809M in third quarter", 98-Oct-14:1A
"GM makes strides", 98-July-11:6B
"GM plans to produce new models every month", 98-Dec-28:6B
"GM plant awaits word on new truck", 98-Nov-30:1A
"GM plant to resume overtime Saturday", 98-Aug-18:6B
"GM reopens three plants despite stalemate", 98-July-14:8B
"GM reopens two plants; settlement seems near", 98-July-28:6B
"GM rolls out redesigned pickups", 98-Aug-20:8B
"GM seeks court order", 98-July-15:6B
"GM strike could last until August", 98-June-23:6B
"GM strike impact spreads", 98-June-13:1A
"GM strike puts pinch on dealers", 98-July-12:1C
"GM strike shuts down 90 percent of operation", 98-June-20:1A
"GM strike shuts local operations", 98-June-16:1A
"GM strike talks remain at stalemate", 98-June-22:6B
"GM talks glimmer with hope", 98-July-27:6B
"GM to expand discount program", 98-Apr-09:8B
"GM workers dig in for long layoff", 98-July-01:8B
"GM's Smith vows more changes at automaker", 98-Aug-06:8B
"GM's woes not over", 98-Aug-03:6B
"GM, UAW agree to end strike", 98-July-29:1A
"GM, UAW begin arbitration on legality of strikes", 98-July-23:6B
"GM, UAW leaders see no deal yet", 98-July-10:6B
"GM: No promises on plant closings", 98-Jan-10:8B
"Lights out on electric trucks for now", 98-Nov-09:1A
"Local GM layoffs cause rise in unemployment rate", 98-July-28:6B
"Local GM plant still has concerns", 98-July-30:1A
"Long session raises hopes in GM strike", 98-July-09:6B
"Mexican workers like working at GM", 98-June-21:1C
"New GM truck to create more local jobs", 98-July-28:1A
"New GM van uses fuel cell", 98-Dec-29:6B
"No end in sight for GM deadlock", 98-June-19:8B
"Oversupply of pickups to idle 2,000 assembly line workers", 98-May-29:1A
"Overtime gets canceled at GM", 98-Nov-24:6B
"Shreveport GM to recall workers this weekend", 98-July-31:8B
"Strike affects GM dealers", 98-June-17:8B
"Strike battle could spur GM to downsize plants", 98-June-28:6C
"Strike idles more than 56,000 GM workers", 98-June-16:6B
"Strike wears on GM workers", 98-July-26:1A
"Striking GM workers ratify pact", 98-July-30:8B
"United Way funds hit by GM strike", 98-July-18:3B
Gentry, Johnny Ray
"Builder leaves legacy of service", 98-May-09:2B
"Obituary", 98-May-09:2B
Glover, Rep. Cedric
"Hearing will focus on brutality", 98-Nov-15:1B
Grambling State University
"Alumni lose bid to oust Grambling president", 98-July-09:1A
"Assembly set Monday for new GSU president", 98-May-22:3B
"Black college renovations would cost $19.5 million", 98-Mar-09:1A
"Black colleges to keep student loan exemption", 98-Apr-21:1A
"Challenge to GSU presidency in court today", 98-May-18:1A
"College receives second-largest donation in its history", 98-Dec-09:1B
"Colleges improve with grants", 98-June-11:1B
"Committee narrows search for GSU president to 7", 98-Feb-27:1A
"Favors officially named to GSU post", 98-Mar-28:1A
"Favors seeks GSU stability", 98-July-03:1A
"Favors: GSU factions need to unite", 98-Apr-29:5B
"Foster stays out of GSU president search", 98-Mar-25:1A
"Grambling alumni group continues fight against Favors", 98-Aug-11:2B
"Grambling band tunes up for Super Sunday", 98-Jan-20:1A
"Grambling continues president search", 98-Jan-23:5B
"Grambling facilities will get facelift soon", 98-May-08:1C
"Grambling narrows president field to 4", 98-Mar-18:1A
"Grambling president applicants cite goals", 98-Mar-06:1A
"Grambling students grumbling over cuts", 98-Aug-26:1A
"Grambling welcomes Favors", 98-May-26:1A
"Grant helps GSU research training", 98-Dec-06:1B
"Group wants wider doctorate pool", 98-Nov-27:1A
"GSU alumni file new lawsuit", 98-May-19:1A
"GSU alumni press lawsuit", 98-July-17:1B
"GSU alumni push scholarships", 98-July-18:1B
"GSU alumni seek convention peace", 98-June-17:2B
"GSU band jams at Northside Elementary", 98-May-06:1E
"GSU calls on alumni to support the university", 98-Mar-08:3B
"GSU denies NCAA probe", 98-May-02:1C
"GSU enrollments spinning downward", 98-June-27:3A
"GSU faces big enrollment drop", 98-June-27:1A
"GSU group re-elects alumni president", 98-July-19:1A
"GSU offers free fishing to public", 98-June-04:1B
"GSU presidency list will be pared to 10", 98-Jan-09:1B
"GSU scholarship drive takes to radio waves", 98-June-09:3B
"GSU sells itself to students", 98-Oct-04:3B
"GSU to hear decision today on president", 98-Mar-27:1A
"GSU urges appeals of lost aid", 98-July-13:1B
"Judge postpones ruling on suit over GSU presidential search", 98-Apr-13:1A
"Name change sought for Grambling stadium", 98-Mar-27:2B
"New GSU president aims for unity", 98-May-25:1A
"New GSU president to defend his hiring", 98-June-29:1A
"Seven GSU semifinalists meet with students, faculty", 98-Mar-17:1A
"State trustees face tough choice for GSU president", 98-Mar-22:1A
"Trustees agree to settle with fired GSU president", 98-Aug-29:3B
"Trustees applaud new GSU president", 98-May-23:1A
"Trustees ignore Grambling complaints", 98-Apr-25:1A
"Trustees name GSU chief", 98-Mar-26:1A
Greater Shreveport Human Relations Commission
"6,106 sign petition to support racial unity", 98-Sep-04:1A
"Commission recognizes human rights advocates", 98-Dec-11:1B
"Diversity training seminar set for Minden", 98-Aug-20:5B
"Divestiy award to be announced", 98-Apr-21:1B
"Event to Human Rights Day", 98-Dec-09:1B
"Forum will be tonight", 98-Sep-08:1A
"Group seeks to improve race relations", 98-Dec-16:5B
"Human relations panel promotes tolerance", 98-Apr-22:3B
"Lack of diversity disappoints rally organizers", 98-Jan-21:1B
"Relations panel seeks students", 98-May-02:1B
"Residents break silence", 98-Sep-09:1A
"Residents work for harmony", 98-Sep-15:1A
"Teens tackle socials ills", 98-Oct-21:1E
Greenwood, La.
"Homes for the holidays", 98-Nov-28:1D

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Herold, Simon
"Obituary", 98-Apr-28:2B
Hibernia National Bank
"Bank shareholders OK merger", 98-June-18:8B
"Banks name presidents", 98-June-03:6A
"Hibernia buys insurance company", 98-Apr-08:8B
"Hibernia declares dividend", 98-Jan-04:1C
"Hibernia earnings climb 18 percent", 98-July-15:6B
"Hibernia earnings up 22% in 1997", 98-Jan-15:8B
"Hibernia receives economic awards", 98-June-28:1C
"Hibernia to buy Peoples Holding", 98-Feb-11:6B
"Hibernia to stay in Louisiana Tower", 98-Aug-27:6B
Highland
"Highland enjoys growth", 98-May-06:8B
"Highland improvement winners", 98-May-13:3E
"South Highland is a collection of subdivisions", 98-Oct-10:11A
Highland Hospital
"Columbia/HCA to sell agencies", 98-June-03:6A
Hightower, Keith
"Hightower chooses CAO", 98-Nov-11:1A
"Hightower isn't waiting for inauguration day", 98-Oct-29:1A
"Hightower names new city leaders", 98-Nov-20:1A
"Hightower names top five managers", 98-Nov-13:1A
"Hightower pursues high goals", 98-Nov-22:19A
"Mayor plays critical role in landing state funds", 98-Oct-21:1A
"Mayor's team has broad range of ideas for city's future", 98-Nov-13:2A
"Mayor-elect will speak at Ramada", 98-Nov-10:1B
"TV anchor leaves station to work for new mayor", 98-Nov-06:1B
Hightower, Mayor Keith
"City may get 500-room Harrah's hotel", 98-Dec-15:1A
"Hightower assembles economic development team", 98-Dec-26:1A
"Hightower crew moves in", 98-Nov-26:1B
"Hightower has busy first month", 98-Dec-23:1A
"Hightower makes way with goals", 98-Dec-23:2A
"Hightower takes oath as Shreveport's next mayor today", 98-Nov-24:1A
"Hightower takes wheel", 98-Nov-25:1A
"Mayor tells students to return to Shreveport", 98-Dec-02:1B
"Mayors, meet with governor", 98-Dec-18:1B
"Officials kick off year with prayer", 98-Dec-31:1B
Holiday in Dixie
"49 boats compete at Holiday in Dixie regatta", 98-Apr-27:1C
"Air show kicks off HID festival", 98-Apr-17:3E
"Air show should take to sky today after Saturday rainout", 98-Apr-19:1A
"Blue Angels among features at Barksdale Open House", 98-Apr-18:1B
"Blue Angels awe crowd", 98-Apr-20:1A
"Blue Angels squadron includes Louisianans", 98-Apr-17:1B
"Blue Angels to perform twice at Barksdale air show", 98-Apr-10:1B
"Cotillion basks in golden glow", 98-Apr-18:5D
"Festival hits 50", 98-Apr-17:4E
"HID Cotillion royalty basks in golden glow", 98-Feb-15:1E
"Historian captures HID memories in new book", 98-Apr-12:2E
"Holiday in Dixie announces its Cotillion court", 98-Feb-15:4E
"Holiday in Dixie festival turns 50", 98-Apr-11:9A
"Hundreds revel for 50th Holiday in Dixie", 98-Apr-26:1B
"Weather puts chill on parade", 98-Apr-19:1B
Holy Angels School
"Sisters' good work earns high praise", 98-Feb-09:1B
Homer, Louisiana
"Fire destroys historic railroad office in Homer", 98-July-07:3B
Huckaby, Hilry
"2 former members return to council", 98-Nov-04:1A
Humphries, Stan
"Humphries bids tearful goodbye", 98-Feb-28:1C

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I-20
"137 days later: I-20 bridge reopens today", 98-May-22:1A
"Bridge repairs leap ahead", 98-Apr-01:1B
"Caddo I-20 stretch to be redone", 98-July-05:1A
"Costs may rise on I-20 project", 98-Jan-31:1B
"Drivers clog I-20, Texas Street crossings", 98-Jan-06:1A
"Eastbound lane of I-20 to close today", 98-Feb-14:1B
"I-20 delays begin Monday", 98-Jan-04:1A
"I-20 progress to slow traffic through 2003", 98-Dec-07:1A
"I-20 ramp closed for 6 months", 98-July-24:1A
"I-20 ramp inspected closer for damage", 98-July-25:1B
"I-20 repair will try new way to pave", 98-Apr-13:1B
"I-20 work ahead of schedule", 98-Oct-12:1A
"Interstate 20 repairs continue", 98-Jan-29:1B
"Interstate 20 westbound lanes to close", 98-Jan-27:1A
"Road work hampers festivities", 98-Dec-02:1B
"State office to request overpass be raised", 98-July-24:6A
"State to use jacks to lift Bossier bridge", 98-Aug-27:1A
"Waste may be shipped on I-20", 98-Sep-30:1B
"Work to close I-20 inside Shreveport-Bossier City", 98-Nov-07:2B
I-49
"Coushatta inching closer to I-49 link", 98-May-18:1B
"Few fear, others cheer I-49 path", 98-Mar-01:1A
"Group pushing to change I-49 route", 98-Oct-19:1A
"I-49 South won't hurt area roads", 98-Nov-01:21A
"I-49 still a lonely road", 98-Feb-14:1A
"Plans moving ahead on Coushatta, I-49 link", 98-Aug-05:3B
"Residents give input on I-49 North", 98-Apr-01:1B
"State lawmakers take repair plans on the road", 98-Dec-01:2B
"Transportation department to hold public meetings on I- 49", 98-Mar-19:2B
I-69
"I-69 wins federal funding", 98-June-09:1A
ICON
"Attorney welcomes dismissal of lawsuit over software work", 98-Feb-12:3A
"Biomed awaits ICON payments", 98-Jan-26:1A
"Biomed official defends ICON loan", 98-Jan-26:2A
"Biomed wants ICON to pay up and move out", 98-Feb-12:1A
"Educators: Home life shapes children's academic futures", 98-Feb-01:1A
"ICON bankruptcy won't bring full loan repayment", 98-Mar-26:8B
"ICON case decided", 98-Aug-14:8B
"ICON civil suit dropped", 98-Feb-11:1A
"ICON in deep with creditors", 98-Jan-13:1A
"ICON Industrial tells Biomed to dismiss suits", 98-Mar-05:6B
"ICON misses second loan payment", 98-Jan-07:1A
"ICON officially dropped from defense contract", 98-Apr-24:8B
"ICON owner files suit against Biomed for loss of contract", 98-July-09:6B
"ICON settles lawsuit", 98-Jan-10:1A
"ICON's deadline near for response to suit", 98-Feb-28:1A
"Judge orders ICON into Chapter 7", 98-Mar-25:1A
Independence Bowl
"1997 game topples past I-Bowl TV ratings", 98-Jan-01:1A
"Big 12 athletic directors like Independence Bowl", 98-Oct-08:1C
"City's sports venues aging, in disrepair", 98-Apr-24:1A
"Contractor controls I-Bowl concessions", 98-Jan-03:1A
"Cotton Bowl could pick I-Bowl's pocket", 98-Sep-16:1A
"Fans snap up I-Bowl tickets, rooms", 98-Dec-08:1A
"Former I-Bowl chairman Ken Antee to become chief administrative officer", 98-Nov-11:1A
"I-Bowl could be decided by the running men", 98-Dec-31:1C
"I-Bowl extends offer to Big 12", 98-Oct-06:1C
"I-Bowl has 15 good sponsor prospects", 98-Jan-01:1C
"I-Bowl looks at SEC West", 98-Nov-02:1A
"I-Bowl narrows field with conference tie-ins", 98-Oct-28:1C
"I-Bowl officials see bright future", 98-Dec-31:1A
"I-Bowl picture still unclear", 98-Dec-06:1D
"I-Bowl sells out locally", 98-Dec-23:1C
"I-Bowl stadium repairs await funding from bill", 98-July-01:1A
"I-Bowl still searching for new title sponsor", 98-Mar-31:1C
"I-Bowl to announce alliance with Big 12, SEC", 98-Oct-22:1C
"I-Bowl to be only game on TV in time slot", 98-Apr-23:1A
"I-Bowl ups ante to $1M", 98-Aug-06:1C
"I-Bowl waits on leagues", 98-Nov-23:1A
"I-Bowl will have SEC team", 98-Nov-16:1A
"Independence Bowl brings big economic boost to area", 98-Dec-30:8B
"Independence Bowl sells itself short with new deal", 98-Oct-22:1C
"Independence Bowl turns its attention to Big 12", 98-Oct-07:1C
"It's time to stop whining about I-Bowl matchup", 98-Dec-08:1C
"Kentucky joins I-Bowl mix", 98-Nov-30:1A
"LSU, Notre Dame receive largest I-Bowl payout", 98-Apr-01:2C
"Miller may play for Rebels in I-Bowl", 98-Dec-22:1C
"Missouri catches eye of I-Bowl", 98-Nov-09:1A
"Money moved from I-Bowl to port road", 98-June-11:8A
"NCAA: I-Bowl's capacity non-issue", 98-Jan-18:1D
"New sponsor could mean new I-Bowl approach", 98-Apr-16:1C
"New, improved I-Bowl greets teams", 98-Dec-27:1A
"Nothing settled with I-Bowl yet", 98-Dec-01:1C
"Ole Miss, Texas Tech in I-Bowl", 98-Dec-07:1A
"Pen maker becomes new I-Bowl sponsor", 98-Apr-15:1A
"SEC wants to add flexibility to bowls", 98-May-28:1C
"SEC, Cotton squeeze I-Bowl", 98-Sep-25:1C
"Shreveport's Independence Bowl one of few sellouts", 98-Jan-04:1D
"Stadium needs costly overhaul", 98-Dec-09:1A
"Stadium renovations could boost I-Bowl", 98-Apr-30:3B
"Stadium waiting for state funding", 98-June-12:1C
"Teams ready for rematch", 98-Dec-27:1D
"Texas Tech carves its own niche", 98-Dec-26:1C
"Texas Tech has atypical quarterback", 98-Dec-28:1C
"Title sponsor gives I-Bowl clout with SEC", 98-Apr-17:1C
"Who does a Shreveporter root for?", 98-Dec-30:1A
Independence Stadium
"City's sports venues aging, in disrepair", 98-Apr-24:1A
"Independence Stadium needs more than $1 million", 98-May-03:1D
"Lawmakers tour Independence Stadium", 98-Nov-17:1B
"Stadium needs costly overhaul", 98-Dec-09:1A
"Stadium renovations could boost I-Bowl", 98-Apr-30:3B
Indians
"Annual Pow Wow begins today", 98-Sep-19:1B
"Natchitoches target of tribe for casino", 98-Oct-13:1A
"Pow Wow returns to nature", 98-Sep-30:1E
"Tribal Pow Wow continues today", 98-May-16:1B

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Jewish Community
"Hanukkah begins with tradition", 98-Dec-14:1B
"Rosh Hashanah marks solemn New Year", 98-Sep-18:4D
Johnson, Neil
"Local photographer to conduct session", 98-Feb-14:5D
"Portrait 2000 needs more community faces", 98-Nov-06:3B
"Residents sought for photo exhibit", 98-Jan-03:1B
Johnston, J. Bennett
"Ex-politicians dole out campaign cash", 98-June-22:1A
"Johnston becomes nuclear lobbyist", 98-Mar-03:1B
"Johnston thrives outside public life", 98-Mar-22:1A
Jones, E. Edward
"Pastor to receive local Martin Luther King Jr. award", 98-Jan-13:1B
Joyce, William
"'Leaf Men' cast announced", 98-Apr-15:3D
"'Leaf Men' CD is now available", 98-Dec-29:3D
"'Leaf Men' crew met challenges presented to them", 98-May-05:3D
"'Leaf Men' proves a success locally", 98-May-12:3D
"'Leaf Men' rakes in national attention", 98-May-05:1A
"'Leaf Men' sets, costumes dazzle", 98-May-09:6D
"Fantasy takes teamwork", 98-May-05:1D
"Joyce adaptation can be heard", 98-Jan-20:1D
"Joyce artwork reaches a national audience", 98-Nov-17:3D
"Joyce shares his windows on the world", 98-Nov-17:1D
"Joyce to ride in the Highland parade", 98-Feb-22:3A
"No getting around it: 'Rolie Polie Olie' is a delight", 98-Dec-13:1E
"Shreveport's 'Rolie Polie Olie' to air Sundays", 98-Sep-30:1D
"Sold-out crowd hails the world premiere of 'Leaf Men'", 98-May-09:1A
"William Joyce book goes from page to stage", 98-Feb-15:1E
Judiciary
"Caddo judge faces La. court reprimand", 98-Dec-23:1A
"Caddo judge faces possible suspension", 98-July-01:1A
"Court may open to focus on drug offenders", 98-Nov-10:1B
"Group to address coordination of juvenile justice", 98-Feb-15:11A
"Judge candidate visits Washington", 98-June-19:2B
"Judge's behavior draws attention", 98-July-13:1A
"Justice, education join hands at Red Mass", 98-May-02:1B
"Legislators split on judgeship", 98-Apr-14:3B
"Lincoln judgeship bills stall in House, Senate", 98-Apr-16:4B
"Lincoln-Union judgeship bill defeated in Senate", 98-Apr-18:3B
"Lincoln-Union judgeship fight builds", 98-Apr-15:3B
"Local judiciary seeks wisdom, guidance through Red Mass", 98-Apr-29:1E
"New city judge making his mark", 98-Jan-29:2B
"Senate confirms James, Tyson as federal judges", 98-Aug-03:4B
"Special-interests buying judicial elections, report says", 98-Jan-15:1B
Juneteenth
"Fest celebrates freedom", 98-June-22:1B
"Good Times begin to roll on the riverfront", 98-June-20:1B
"Rockin' and rollin'", 98-June-16:1D

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KCS
"Canadian railroad forms alliance", 98-Apr-19:1C
"KCS moves forward as NAFTA railroad", 98-Nov-22:24A
"KCS sees earnings rise in quarter", 98-Aug-02:1C
"KCS to buy firm", 98-Apr-14:6B
"Officers get course in rail safety", 98-June-18:2B
"Projects to empower KCS", 98-Feb-10:6B
"Rails-to-trails effort still alive, moving slowly", 98-Aug-24:1A
"Residents circulate petitions to stop rail crossing closings", 98-Jan-12:5B
"Shreveport group pursues linear park", 98-May-27:2B
Keith, Perry Roy
"Former Times reporter, Journal editor dead at 74", 98-Feb-11:2B
"Obituary", 98-Feb-11:2B
Kisatchie National Forest
"Army's plan for Kisatchie worries some", 98-Mar-23:1A
"Hearings set on Kisatchie", 98-Feb-26:3B
"Kisatchie fire appears contained", 98-Mar-25:3B
KSLA
"KSLA-TV meteorologist reassigned to off-air", 98-Jan-29:1B
KTBS
"KSLA-TV meteorologist reassigned to off-air", 98-Jan-29:1B
"KTBS anchor in traffic accident", 98-Jan-22:1B
"KTBS shuffles anchors; Simms to leave", 98-May-28:1B
"TV anchor leaves station to work for new mayor", 98-Nov-06:1B

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La.State-Budget
"Most area projects escape Foster cut", 98-July-03:1A
La.State-Exhibit Museum
"Exhibit building frescoes are rare public art", 98-Sep-26:9A
"Increased exposure goal of new museum director", 98-Dec-28:1B
"It's time to show off", 98-Oct-18:1E
"State museum renovation completed", 98-Sep-07:1B
La.State-Fair
"1998 State Fair", 98-Oct-22:1A
"Auction prices decline", 98-Oct-29:1B
"Fair slides into final day", 98-Nov-08:1B
"Giordano's relationship with contractor looks bad", 98-Feb-15:1D
"Louisiana State Fair to give city a zoo temporarily", 98-Aug-20:1A
"Louisiana State Fair to stretch to 3 weeks", 98-Apr-08:1A
"State museum renovation completed", 98-Sep-07:1B
La.State-Gaming Control Board
"Board may delay last casino license", 98-June-15:1A
"Board OKs casino sale", 98-Aug-19:1A
"Board ponders hiding video poker", 98-Jan-23:2B
"Board seeks restitution from DeBartolo", 98-Oct-22:2B
"Casino contract on board's agenda", 98-Mar-14:1A
"Casino OK'd amid allegations", 98-Oct-21:4B
"Entertainment district slowly becoming reality", 98-Sep-11:1A
"Foster asks 2 to recuse selves from gaming panel", 98-Oct-29:4B
"Foster defends board's actions on Harrah's", 98-Oct-10:1B
"Foster will investigate gaming control board", 98-Oct-08:1B
"Gaming board gives nod to Harrah's N.O.", 98-Mar-21:1A
"Gaming board hires its own investigator", 98-Oct-21:1A
"Gaming board questions casinos' gifts to schools", 98-Jan-05:1A
"Gaming board to consider N.O. casino contract", 98-Mar-18:4B
"Gov. Foster asks Fuller to resign", 98-Oct-20:1B
"Last boat license delayed", 98-Jan-21:1A
"Millennium bug may bite video poker machines", 98-May-20:1A
"Pair off gaming board for now", 98-Nov-18:1A
"Plan to create minority casino ownership OK'd", 98-Dec-30:4B
"Political influence is common", 98-Oct-13:1B
"Politically connected benefit from deal", 98-Oct-21:4B
"Senator withdraws request to block vote on N.O. casino", 98-Mar-20:3B
"State delays awarding of license for 15th boat", 98-June-03:1A
"State focuses on underage gambling", 98-Mar-20:3B
La.State-Police
"Billboards will urge drivers to buckle up", 98-Nov-28:1B
"Louisiana State Police promotions announced", 98-Nov-20:2B
"Lowery settles in as Troop G chief", 98-Sep-03:1B
"Police to accelerate I-20 drug patrols", 98-Aug-10:1A
"Seat-belt crackdown racks up thousands of citations", 98-June-12:1A
"State Police traffic stops yield results", 98-Mar-16:1A
"State police want retirees to help during busy times", 98-Dec-29:3B
"State police, lawmakers discuss pay, staffing", 98-Feb-14:2B
"Troop G activates upgraded radio system", 98-Mar-11:3B
"Troop G impounds first car under law", 98-Oct-22:2B
La.State-Supreme Court
"'Straw poll' gets judge censured", 98-Oct-21:3B
"Boarding fees ruling stands", 98-Nov-11:2B
"Decision over stillborn brings push for new law", 98-Jan-20:1A
"Impoundment law may not affect rates", 98-Oct-21:2B
"Judge's behavior draws attention", 98-July-13:1A
"La. Supreme Court tightens restrictions on law clinics", 98-June-18:5B
"Last-place candidate says he had an impact", 98-Oct-12:3B
"Panel dumps casino attempt; Supreme Court asked to rule", 98-Apr-08:3B
"Poor image plagues courts", 98-July-26:17A
"Ruling: Land casino lawsuit must go to circuit court first", 98-Apr-10:3B
"State court reinstates vehicle impound law", 98-July-09:1A
"Supreme Court's future still up in air", 98-Oct-05:5B
"Survey: La. courts show bias", 98-June-22:5B
"Uninsured can have cars seized", 98-Oct-17:1A
Landrieu, Sen. Mary
"Area Republicans to back spending bill", 98-Oct-20:1A
"Cooksey, Landrieu among wealthier state lawmakers", 98-June-13:3B
"Electric deregulation hits problems", 98-May-26:4B
"Flag amendment fans conflict", 98-July-05:19A
"La. gets $2.3 million in welfare grants", 98-Jan-30:2B
"Landrieu disclosure audited", 98-Sep-04:5B
"Landrieu fund-raiser to feature Clinton", 98-Apr-05:1A
"Landrieu may receive Armed Services post", 98-Dec-01:1B
"Landrieu seeks funds from off-shore drilling", 98-Mar-02:1A
"Landrieu tells lawmakers about anti-child abuse plan", 98-May-29:3B
"Landrieu will focus on BAFB", 98-Dec-06:23A
"Louisianans reveal plans for session", 98-Jan-27:6A
"North La. lawmakers split on Clinton's speech", 98-Jan-28:3A
"Sen. Landrieu lands on defense committee", 98-Dec-02:1B
"Social Security heads for major changes", 98-Apr-26:21A
"Spending plan grants $3.45M for Barksdale clinic alterations", 98-Feb-02:3A
Ledbetter, Huddie "Leadbelly"
"Lead Belly celebration today", 98-June-27:1B
"Stamp honors local musician", 98-July-18:1A
Lighthouse
"Lighthouse director to be honored", 98-Feb-10:1B
Little, James W. "Bill"
"Longtime Bossier Parish tax assessor dead at 65", 98-Feb-18:3B
"Obituary", 98-Feb-18:2B
Livingston, Rep. Bob
"Defense contractors line Livingston campaign coffers" 98-Nov-12:1A
"Gov. Foster supports Livingston", 98-Dec-20:7A
"Leaders sort out the damage in Livingston's district", 98-Dec-21:9A
"Livingston admits marital infidelity", 98-Dec-18:1A
"Livingston gets McCrery's support to be speaker", 98-Nov-07:2A
"Livingston gets speaker seat", 98-Nov-19:1A
"Livingston landslide in works", 98-Nov-10:1A
"Livingston listens to old friends, D.C. elite", 98-Dec-08:1A
"Livingston makes it clear he wants scandal out of way", 98-Dec-13:7A
"Livingston pitches 'Not Newt' leadership", 98-Nov-09:1A
"Livingston presses IPSCO to locate here", 98-Dec-11:1A
"Livingston stuns GOP, Democrats with resignation", 98-Dec-20:1A
"Livingston's heritage traces to Revolution", 98-Nov-15:1A
"Livingston's relevation may have little impact", 98-Dec-19:1A
"Livingston's resignation a severe blow for state", 98-Dec-20:7A
"Louisiana prestige figures to swell with representative as speaker", 98-Nov-10:2A
"Low-key style may be what GOP needs", 98-Nov-10:1A
"Politician's downfall could be state's loss", 98-Dec-18:1A
"Rep. Livingston is rarely subtle", 98-Nov-08:5B
"State will suffer loss of power", 98-Dec-21:1A
"State's stature soars on the Hill", 98-Dec-06:23A
"Supporters rally behind Livingston amid concerns", 98-Dec-19:5A
Louisiana-Army Ammunition Plant
"Ammo plant seeks tenants", 98-May-16:1A
Louisiana-Association of Business and Industry
"Education creats jobs", 98-Dec-20:33A
Louisiana-Baptists
"Baptist association leader takes charge", 98-Dec-27:1B
Louisiana-Democrats
"Democrats rate well with business industry", 98-Sep-27:1B
Louisiana-Downs
"25th season brings fear, hope to LaDowns", 98-June-25:1A
"25th season starts in style", 98-June-27:1C
"Arch runs past Cat's bonus bid", 98-Sep-28:1A
"Backside workers are unsung heroes", 98-July-24:6C
"Bossier Parish still eyeing slots at Downs", 98-July-09:1B
"Classic Cat has potential for comeback", 98-Sep-25:1C
"DeBartolo family to sell LaDowns", 98-July-01:1A
"Derby may hold surprise", 98-Sep-26:1C
"Fired-up slots supporters to pressure lawmakers", 98-Aug-08:1A
"Horse racing industry turns to marketing for crowd help", 98-July-18:1C
"Horsemen share ideas for LaDowns", 98-July-02:1A
"La.Downs may change owners soon", 98-Aug-27:1A
"LaDowns attendance figures inch up", 98-Nov-22:1A
"LaDowns opens special events center", 98-Mar-20:8B
"LaDowns ready to race", 98-June-25:1C
"LaDowns sale falls through", 98-Aug-28:1A
"LaDowns slots bill on this week's agenda", 98-Mar-30:1A
"No prohibitive favorite will run during $500,000 main event", 98-Sep-27:1D
"Resurgence of off-track betting a boost for Downs", 98-Jan-16:1A
"Senate OKs slots for La.Downs", 98-Apr-03:3B
"Senate panel advances slots at horse tracks", 98-Apr-02:1B
"Slots at Downs may go forward without tax vote", 98-Oct-22:1A
"Slots at LaDowns come to wire", 98-Mar-22:4A
"Slots at track may come up next year", 98-June-12:1A
"Slots bill gains final nod from Senate", 98-Apr-14:1A
"Super Derby field ready for Saturday", 98-Sep-25:3C
"Super Derby history full of surprises", 98-Sep-23:1C
"Super Derby XIX", 98-Sep-28:1C
"The cost of being a jockey", 98-Aug-07:1C
"Track gears up for Super Derby", 98-Sep-25:1A
"Weevils rescue slots bill", 98-Apr-09:1A
Louisiana-Economy
"200 jobs hinge on tax break", 98-Apr-28:1A
"Bienville, Red River to get up to 350 jobs", 98-Feb-27:1A
"Commission charges ahead", 98-Aug-01:1A
"Dip in cotton may harm La. economy", 98-Jan-02:6B
"IPSCO chooses Alabama", 98-Dec-24:1A
"Jobless rate falls to 4.3 percent", 98-Mar-20:1A
"Jobs plenty for '98 grads", 98-Apr-26:1A
"La.'s money base is stable", 98-Apr-29:8B
"La.'s rich get richer; poor lose ground", 98-Jan-12:1A
"Plant closings shake Sabine", 98-Apr-17:1A
"Rural economies have had hard hits in '98", 98-Sep-27:1C
"Shipbuilding may give La.'s economy a boost", 98-Oct-15:5B
"Shutdowns hit small towns hard", 98-Apr-21:1A
"State incomes get boost", 98-Apr-29:8B
"State rolls out economic growth plan", 98-Dec-01:8B
"State weighs jobs, economic benefits", 98-June-18:1A
"State's jobless rate drops to 5 percent", 98-Nov-20:8B
"Unemployment rate drops as state, area gain more workers", 98-Feb-26:8B
"Visionary plan sees us in Top 10", 98-Dec-13:23A
Louisiana-Educaation
"Educators: Colleges, schools fail to communicate", 98-Jan-18:1A
Louisiana-Education
"13,380 qualitfy for free college tuition so far", 98-Aug-12:1B
"26 area degree programs face ax", 98-Apr-28:1A
"3 NW La. principals up for state award", 98-Jan-30:2B
"Accelerated reader lights the fuse, schools proclaim", 98-Mar-26:1B
"Accountability should raise standards", 98-Apr-12:19A
"ACT scores up for second year in most of state", 98-Aug-19:1B
"Area parish reading scores", 98-Jan-11:4A
"Athlete graduation rate lags", 98-June-12:1A
"Barton touts teacher pay raise plan", 98-May-15:1A
"Board approves new college system", 98-Feb-28:2B
"Board will decide if test will be replaced", 98-July-19:6A
"Bossier official in running for new job", 98-Aug-13:1A
"Budget benefits teachers", 98-Oct-22:1A
"Career program give students options", 98-Mar-03:1A
"Charter schools move slowly", 98-Oct-12:1A
"College test scores fall mostly short", 98-Jan-08:3B
"College tuition bill goes to Senate", 98-Apr-07:3B
"Colleges improve with grants", 98-June-11:1B
"Colleges see slight enrollment increase", 98-Aug-29:1A
"Colleges still coming up short", 98-May-10:1A
"Commission, teachers discuss accountability", 98-May-08:3B
"Committee OKs BESE teacher pay plan", 98-June-04:1B
"Community college bill goes before House", 98-Apr-14:3B
"Community college system amendment gets Senate's OK", 98-Apr-02:5B
"Community colleges OK'd", 98-Apr-16:1B
"Community colleges plan gets green light", 98-Apr-15:3B
"Community, technical college bill tops accomplishments", 98-Apr-17:2A
"Court: Schools require only minimum aid", 98-July-01:4B
"Demand for quality education dims desegregation debate", 98-Aug-09:1A
"Discipline reform gains wide support", 98-May-19:3B
"Education funding strikes a chord", 98-Apr-28:1A
"Education head assails report card", 98-Jan-08:3A
"Education measures clear Legislature", 98-Apr-17:2A
"Education reform to be topic of session", 98-Mar-31:1A
"Educators: Home life shapes children's academic futures", 98-Feb-01:1A
"Former educators volunteer in schools despite low pension", 98-May-02:1A
"Foster aims to merge 2-year, tech colleges", 98-Mar-21:1A
"Foster looks for more money for education", 98-Dec-21:5B
"Foster says tobacco tax off limits", 98-Apr-26:4A
"Foster signs college scholarship bill", 98-May-09:3B
"Foster: Schools must change", 98-Nov-11:5B
"Foundation flunks Louisiana's math standards", 98-Mar-11:1A
"Free tuition bill delayed", 98-Apr-02:1A
"Gifted programs seek diversity", 98-May-18:1A
"Governor bent on funding teacher raises", 98-Jan-13:1A
"Governor vows support for free-tuition program", 98-Dec-21:5B
"Grant will help teachers meet state standards", 98-Aug-20:1B
"Hearings on education continue", 98-May-07:2B
"Higher ed tries to lift students", 98-May-03:21A
"Higher education standards unlikely to cut freshman rolls", 98-May-06:1A
"Higher educators unite to improve coordination", 98-Jan-30:3B
"House approves free tuition bill", 98-Apr-03:1A
"House OKs teacher pay increases", 98-May-20:1A
"House opts for pre-K program vouchers", 98-Apr-07:3B
"House puts teachers closer to pay increase", 98-June-05:3B
"House shrinks teacher raise plan", 98-May-21:1A
"House to discuss education", 98-Apr-05:6A
"House, Senate differ on college system", 98-Apr-08:3B
"Iowa test scores low in La.", 98-July-19:1A
"La. can give raises to teachers without tax", 98-May-13:1A
"La. educators resist single entity", 98-Jan-24:1A
"La. leads in teaching French to students", 98-June-27:3B
"La. may revamp teacher certification", 98-Mar-27:1A
"La. principal of year strives to do her best", 98-Mar-16:1B
"Lack of training worries teachers", 98-Jan-31:1A
"Law alters alternative curriculum", 98-May-03:1A
"Lawmakers advance education legislation", 98-Apr-05:1A
"Lawmakers OK longer school days", 98-Apr-18:1A
"Lawmakers say money is not reaching teachers", 98-May-06:5B
"Lawmakers to focus on education again", 98-Jan-03:1A
"Lawmakers to tackle gambling, education", 98-Apr-06:3B
"LEAP test scores stagnate statewide", 98-May-23:1A
"Legislators, educators seek funding solution", 98-May-09:3B
"Legislature may change school board spending", 98-Apr-26:4A
"Longer school day hits roadblock", 98-Mar-31:1A
"Louisiana pumps millions into classroom technology", 98-Aug-10:1B
"Louisiana voters back education reform efforts", 98-Mar-30:3B
"Low-performing La. schools to get $3.4 million", 98-Nov-08:1A
"Magnet schools left out of proposal", 98-Jan-30:2A
"Math teachers go back to school", 98-July-17:2B
"Meeting quells fear over schools reform", 98-Apr-02:1A
"Mentors lend a hand", 98-Sep-06:3B
"Money, other decisions stall college task force", 98-Jan-27:1B
"New plan holds schools accountable", 98-Jan-11:1A
"New policy would allow easier transfer of students by parents", 98-Feb-05:3B
"New technical college board will have tough assignment", 98-Oct-27:1A
"Officials may turn to tax hike for raises", 98-Apr-19:1A
"Panel modifies tuition program", 98-Apr-09:3B
"Panel OKs longer school day", 98-Mar-27:1A
"Parents, teachers join forces", 98-Feb-04:1A
"Principal wins state award", 98-Feb-19:1B
"Principals reject public vs. private athletic split", 98-Jan-31:1A
"Principals vow war isn't over", 98-Jan-31:1C
"Proposition No. 1 unifies technical, 2-year colleges", 98-Sep-15:1B
"Public school enrollment dropping in La.", 98-Feb-02:5B
"Public takes peek at school reforms", 98-Nov-04:1B
"Reading assessment to be standardized", 98-July-30:3B
"Reading program in peril", 98-Feb-11:1A
"Recruiters target teachers", 98-Apr-25:1A
"Report: Raise teacher entry-level standard", 98-Dec-30:2B
"Retired teachers expand group to improve education", 98-Feb-11:3B
"Rural parishes struggle to find certified teachers", 98-Aug-31:1A
"School accountability down to details", 98-Jan-14:1A
"School leaders skeptical about federal money", 98-Oct-28:1A
"School principals to make ruling on public vs. private", 98-Jan-30:1A
"School puts more hands on science", 98-Sep-30:1A
"School workers push for more pay", 98-May-29:1A
"School-day debate stalls in Senate", 98-Apr-16:1A
"Schools face higher state expectations", 98-Nov-03:1B
"Schools get nearly $3M in state grants", 98-Aug-29:1B
"Schools' merger meets market's mandates", 98-Jan-25:19A
"Scores likely to decline as new tests kick in", 98-Jan-11:4A
"Senate panel OKs teacher firing rule", 98-Apr-08:1A
"Senate to debate pre-K vouchers", 98-Apr-15:3B
"Senate to debate scholarship program", 98-Apr-15:1A
"Senators say at-risk numbers inflated", 98-May-13:1B
"Session wraps up today", 98-Apr-17:1A
"Smaller classes are better, maybe", 98-Oct-11:1A
"Some say teacher exam may not be hard enough", 98-Oct-24:12B
"Special ed may get $10M boost from feds", 98-June-14:1A
"Special ed programs to get more money", 98-July-27:1A
"Special session targets schools", 98-Mar-18:1A
"Special-ed students to be included in plan", 98-Dec-31:1A
"State board appointees await decision by Foster", 98-Dec-21:4B
"State board offers teacher pay plan", 98-May-29:1A
"State college savings programs gain popularity", 98-Nov-21:1B
"State considers evaluation system for college presidents", 98-Apr-12:1A
"State education spending probed", 98-May-06:1A
"State grapples with teacher pay", 98-Mar-20:1A
"State school chief visits local classes", 98-Oct-21:1B
"State to prepare public to join school reform", 98-Jan-14:2A
"State to push school reform", 98-Sep-28:1B
"State to stick with Iowa Test", 98-July-25:1B
"State tuition program drains National Guard recruits", 98-May-17:1A
"State weighs teacher reviews", 98-Sep-06:1A
"Students perform well on Iowa test", 98-July-25:1A
"Students who failed exit exam seek recognition", 98-May-30:1A
"Study finds blacks lagging behind in higher education in the South", 98-Aug-29:4A
"Superintendents don't want to report bad schools", 98-Jan-16:1A
"Take 3 steps to improve education", 98-Feb-01:17A
"Teacher pay helps schools in need", 98-Oct-16:1A
"Teacher pay relies on compromise", 98-May-31:1A
"Teacher pay tops session agenda", 98-Apr-26:1A
"Teacher pay-hike plan gets final approval", 98-June-10:2A
"Teacher raises may hinge on tax increase", 98-Mar-20:2A
"Teacher raises not included in state budget", 98-Mar-14:1B
"Teacher raises remain unfunded", 98-Apr-13:1A
"Teacher raises, contingencies approved", 98-May-16:3B
"Teacher tax credit proposed", 98-May-03:1A
"Teacher unions push hike in pay for support workers", 98-May-28:3B
"Teachers are key to quality learning", 98-Nov-24:1A
"Teachers bypass advance degrees", 98-July-07:1A
"Teachers fight attack on tenure", 98-Apr-12:1A
"Teachers learn to merge education and diversity", 98-July-06:1B
"Teachers short-changed in funding, study shows", 98-Apr-14:1A
"Teachers to face new test", 98-Aug-13:1A
"Teachers want more pay for more class time", 98-Apr-06:1A
"Teachers win, slots bill loses", 98-June-11:1A
"Technical schools target job skills", 98-Mar-21:2A
"Test finds low reading level among La. youth", 98-Dec-14:1A
"Textbook publishers find fault in selections", 98-Feb-16:5B
"Too many kids put in special ed, official says", 98-Feb-10:1A
"Top school still dominated by men", 98-Jan-13:1A
"TOPS compromise brings on more college students", 98-Apr-18:3B
"TOPS may raise scholarship bar", 98-Sep-21:1A
"Tuition program's requirements go up", 98-Sep-06:6B
"Vo-Tech schools struggle to fill work force void", 98-June-16:1A
Louisiana-Environment
"Activists target La. Capitol", 98-Feb-28:6B
"Agency won't do full probe of proposed uranium plant", 98-Apr-04:2B
"Expert: Environmental racism not an issue", 98-Mar-04:3B
"Firm kills plans for uranium facility", 98-Apr-23:1A
"Former refinery in Stonewall is focus of another dispute", 98-May-15:3B
"Report: Louisiana 4th biggest polluter", 98-Apr-21:4A
"Test finds lead in residents' tissue", 98-Dec-22:3B
"Wetlands preservation program may block state highway projects", 98-Aug-30:7B
Louisiana-Hall of Fame
"North La. country luminaries recognized for contributions", 98-Apr-24:4D
Louisiana-Hayride
"'Cradle of the Stars' turns 50", 98-Apr-03:1A
"Cast sought for movie about country singer Faron Young", 98-Aug-21:6D
"Frank Page to be inducted into Country DJ Hall of Fame", 98-June-25:5D
"Hayride items donated to music museum", 98-Apr-04:1B
Louisiana-Highways
"Scenic byway's Internet site to help promotion", 98-Nov-27:1B
Louisiana-Legislature
"'Cushy' job law misinterpreted", 98-Feb-27:5B
"3 bills filed to tax slots at horse track", 98-Apr-30:3B
"3-cent sales tax renewal gets approval from House", 98-May-05:1B
"Administration looks for ways to pay for new programs", 98-Apr-19:5A
"Attempt to raise tax on riverboats stopped", 98-June-02:3B
"Barton touts teacher pay raise plan", 98-May-15:1A
"BESE removes administrators from pay plan, narrows gap", 98-June-02:3B
"Bill requires literacy for school board officials", 98-Apr-01:1A
"Bill seeks Indian casino revenue", 98-Apr-27:1A
"Bill would toughen tax vote process", 98-May-04:1A
"Bills seek increased boat taxes", 98-Apr-30:1A
"Blood-alcohol measure survives with tie vote", 98-Mar-27:2B
"Both sides prepare for legislative gambling battles", 98-Jan-19:1B
"Chewing tobacco tax dies", 98-June-02:3B
"College tuition bill goes to Senate", 98-Apr-07:3B
"Committee extends gas tax", 98-May-28:3B
"Committee kills proposed oil, gas tax", 98-May-21:3B
"Committee OKs BESE teacher pay plan", 98-June-04:1B
"Committee OKs entertainment district for city", 98-May-28:1A
"Committee votes to raise minimum gambling age", 98-Mar-31:3B
"Community agenda", 98-Mar-22:21A
"Community college bill goes before House", 98-Apr-14:3B
"Community college bill in trouble in Senate", 98-Apr-01:3B
"Community college system amendment gets Senate's OK", 98-Apr-02:5B
"Community colleges OK'd", 98-Apr-16:1B
"Construction budget swollen with House projects, senators say", 98-June-02:3B
"Doerge succumbs at age 62", 98-Apr-18:1A
"Don't sign casino contract, House panel recommends", 98-Mar-27:2B
"Education funding strikes a chord", 98-Apr-28:1A
"Elections changes become headache for legislators", 98-Apr-02:5B
"Elections to stay in October", 98-May-31:7B
"Fee increase sought for license, insurance offenders", 98-Mar-26:5B
"Firm says headquarters not in city", 98-June-05:8B
"Foster aims to merge 2-year, tech colleges", 98-Mar-21:1A
"Foster opens session with agenda for change", 98-Mar-24:2A
"Foster opposes IPSCO tax break", 98-June-05:1A
"Foster proposes state funds toward professional golf course", 98-May-29:3B
"Full Senate gets capital outlay bill", 98-June-08:5B
"Gaming age hike is imminent", 98-Apr-15:3B
"Gaming board to consider N.O. casino contract", 98-Mar-18:4B
"Gaming issues to clutter session", 98-Jan-19:1A
"Gaming takes center stage in final week", 98-Apr-13:5B
"Group set to monitor slots vote", 98-Jan-12:1B
"Headlight fines optional under bill changes", 98-Apr-01:3B
"Health-care plan wins Senate's approval", 98-Apr-03:3B
"Hearings on education continue", 98-May-07:2B
"High court: Legislative approval not needed for casino contact", 98-May-16:3B
"House approves free tuition bill", 98-Apr-03:1A
"House approves lower DWI limit", 98-Apr-07:3B
"House committee narrowly approves lower drunken-driving threshold", 98-Apr-03:3B
"House maneuver bolsters slots bill", 98-June-09:1A
"House moves manufacturer closer to tax exempt status", 98-May-28:6B
"House OKs tax break for IPSCO steel mill", 98-June-09:1A
"House OKs teacher pay increases", 98-May-20:1A
"House opts for pre-K program vouchers", 98-Apr-07:3B
"House panel ignores cancer patient's plea", 98-May-06:1B
"House puts teachers closer to pay increase", 98-June-05:3B
"House raises monthly member expenses", 98-Aug-05:3B
"House says yes to slots at tracks", 98-May-07:1A
"House shrinks teacher raise plan", 98-May-21:1A
"House spends estimated state surplus", 98-May-22:3B
"House stops casino repeal", 98-Mar-25:1A
"House to discuss education", 98-Apr-05:6A
"House toughens penalties for young gamblers", 98-Apr-03:3B
"House votes to seek new plan for members' expenses", 98-May-21:3B
"House, Senate differ on college system", 98-Apr-08:3B
"House, Senate divided", 98-June-10:1A
"House: Video poker players must be 21", 98-Apr-07:1A
"IPSCO vow: No tax break, no steel mill", 98-June-06:1A
"June 10th deadline pressures Legislature", 98-June-01:1A
"Jury selection bill awaits signature", 98-May-04:1A
"La. can give raises to teachers without tax", 98-May-13:1A
"La. congressional seats safe now", 98-Feb-01:1A
"La. motorists soon may renew licenses by phone", 98-Mar-28:1A
"LaDowns slots bill on this week's agenda", 98-Mar-30:1A
"Lawmaker: slots at tracks not guaranteed", 98-July-17:3B
"Lawmaker: State should be frugal with surplus", 98-Dec-01:3B
"Lawmakers advance education legislation", 98-Apr-05:1A
"Lawmakers cull spending requests", 98-May-19:1B
"Lawmakers in quandary on gambling", 98-Mar-01:1B
"Lawmakers OK longer school days", 98-Apr-18:1A
"Lawmakers say money is not reaching teachers", 98-May-06:5B
"Lawmakers study restrictions on serving, selling of alcohol", 98-Mar-25:2A
"Lawmakers surprised by land casino opinion", 98-Mar-17:2B
"Lawmakers to attend national conference", 98-July-11:3B
"Lawmakers to push oil, gas tax again", 98-Jan-26:1A
"Lawmakers to tackle gambling, education", 98-Apr-06:3B
"Legislative committee tours riverboat", 98-Dec-09:5B
"Legislator complains about House expense rule change", 98-May-15:3B
"Legislators may redesign state taxes", 98-Jan-18:15A
"Legislators push for IPSCO exemption", 98-June-08:1A
"Legislators revive talks about slots for track", 98-June-24:1B
"Legislators, educators seek funding solution", 98-May-09:3B
"Legislature can't ratify casino's contract", 98-Apr-04:1A
"Legislature gets the final word on land casino, court rules", 98-Apr-23:5B
"Legislature may change school board spending", 98-Apr-26:4A
"Legislature to address lake's fluctuating depths", 98-Dec-15:1A
"Lincoln judgeship bills stall in House, Senate", 98-Apr-16:4B
"Lincoln-Union judgeship bill defeated in Senate", 98-Apr-18:3B
"Money moved from I-Bowl to port road", 98-June-11:8A
"N.O. land casino showdown likely", 98-Mar-24:1A
"Name change sought for Grambling stadium", 98-Mar-27:2B
"New La. laws crack down on uninsured", 98-Feb-08:1A
"New laws target gambling, inheritance taxes", 98-July-01:1B
"Officials may turn to tax hike for raises", 98-Apr-19:1A
"Panel allows for-profit to run charter schools", 98-Apr-03:3B
"Panel modifies tuition program", 98-Apr-09:3B
"Panel OKs drug tests", 98-Jan-17:1B
"Panel OKs longer school day", 98-Mar-27:1A
"Panel stifles under-21 bar bill", 98-Apr-04:1A
"Panel votes to tax smokeless tobacco", 98-May-28:1A
"Plan may kill weevils, slots", 98-June-04:1A
"Plan would give late taxpayers a break", 98-Mar-26:5B
"Race tracks lose slot machine bid", 98-June-11:8A
"Reading program in peril", 98-Feb-11:1A
"Refinery worker gets embroiled in oil and gas tax controversy", 98-May-14:5B
"Region asks state to make projects wish list come true", 98-Feb-25:1A
"Region development money in danger", 98-June-08:5B
"Sales tax gets approval; oil tax pushed aside", 98-May-07:1B
"Sales tax zips through panel", 98-Apr-29:5B
"Sales tax, teacher pay top Foster's agenda", 98-Apr-28:2A
"School-day debate stalls in Senate", 98-Apr-16:1A
"Senate bill raises gambling age", 98-Apr-01:3B
"Senate kills oil, gas tax study", 98-May-13:3B
"Senate moves to ease business debt taxes", 98-May-06:5B
"Senate OKs food, utility tax renewal", 98-May-08:1A
"Senate OKs slots for La.Downs", 98-Apr-03:3B
"Senate panel advances slots at horse tracks", 98-Apr-02:1B
"Senate panel OKs teacher firing rule", 98-Apr-08:1A
"Senate rejects break for proposed steel mill", 98-June-10:2A
"Senate shelves tax break for Louisiana businesses", 98-May-07:2B
"Senate to debate scholarship program", 98-Apr-15:1A
"Senate to debate slots at track bill", 98-May-26:1A
"Senator withdraws request to block vote on N.O. casino", 98-Mar-20:3B
"Senators grill educators about test scores, other issues", 98-May-21:3B
"Senators say at-risk numbers inflated", 98-May-13:1B
"Session may start on hostile note", 98-Mar-23:4B
"Session wraps up today", 98-Apr-17:1A
"Session yields limited successes", 98-June-14:19A
"Short House delays vote on 3-cent sales tax", 98-May-01:1A
"Sin taxes eyed as source for teacher raises", 98-Feb-13:3B
"Slots at track may come up next year", 98-June-12:1A
"Slots bill faces fight", 98-Apr-20:1A
"Slots bill gains final nod from Senate", 98-Apr-14:1A
"Slots bill heads for finish line", 98-May-27:1A
"Slots-at-track debate postponed until Monday", 98-June-05:3B
"Slots-at-tracks bill clears another hurdle", 98-May-05:1A
"Some unsure about special casino session", 98-Mar-08:1A
"Special session jammed with bills", 98-Mar-23:1A
"Special session targets schools", 98-Mar-18:1A
"State could lead gene therapy research", 98-May-13:1A
"State education spending probed", 98-May-06:1A
"State fiscal officers warn senators to be wary of more tax exemptions", 98-Apr-29:2A
"State funds area construction", 98-June-15:5B
"State grapples with teacher pay", 98-Mar-20:1A
"State may get more funds with new bill", 98-Mar-14:3B
"State senators pitch oil and gas processing tax", 98-Apr-24:1B
"Steel mill tax break clears in final minutes", 98-June-11:9A
"Tax break may reward long-married couples", 98-May-10:1A
"Tax breaks caught in cross fire", 98-Apr-29:1A
"Teacher pay relies on compromise", 98-May-31:1A
"Teacher pay tops session agenda", 98-Apr-26:1A
"Teacher pay-hike plan gets final approval", 98-June-10:2A
"Teacher raises may hinge on tax increase", 98-Mar-20:2A
"Teacher raises not included in state budget", 98-Mar-14:1B
"Teacher raises remain unfunded", 98-Apr-13:1A
"Teacher raises, contingencies approved", 98-May-16:3B
"Teacher tax credit proposed", 98-May-03:1A
"Teacher unions push hike in pay for suppor workers", 98-May-28:3B
"Teachers call for law changes, pay raises", 98-Apr-29:1A
"Teachers fight attack on tenure", 98-Apr-12:1A
"Teachers short-changed in funding, study shows", 98-Apr-14:1A
"Teachers want more pay for more class time", 98-Apr-06:1A
"Teachers win, slots bill loses", 98-June-11:1A
"Telecommunications bill could raise rates", 98-May-02:8B
"TOPS expansion awaits OK from House", 98-Apr-17:1A
"Vo-tech bill advances", 98-Mar-27:2B
"Weevil funds endanger vote on slots", 98-June-08:5B
"Weevils rescue slots bill", 98-Apr-09:1A
Louisiana-Lottery
"Lottery officials seem optimistic about sales", 98-Mar-04:2B
"Louisiana Lottery rolls out new 'realistic' advertisements", 98-Feb-16:1A
Louisiana-Methodists
"Bishop asks churches to leave comfort zones", 98-June-10:1B
"Methodists end meeting with call to 'mighty acts'", 98-June-12:2B
"Methodists put faith to work", 98-June-09:1A
"Methodists take message to the street", 98-June-07:1B
Louisiana-National Guard
"La. National Guard playing lead role in effort", 98-Dec-17:1B
"Louisiana doctors, National Guard unit head to Honduras", 98-Nov-28:3B
"State tuition program drains National Guard recruits", 98-May-17:1A
Louisiana-Prisons
"Inmates go back to school", 98-Aug-11:1A
"Prisons get poor marks from feds", 98-Aug-09:7B
"State wants to settle juvenile prison lawsuit", 98-Nov-15:5B
Louisiana-Redistricting
"Redistricting issue resurrected", 98-Aug-14:2B
Louisiana-Republicans
"Gingrich outlines agenda at Shreveport fund-raiser", 98-Jan-22:1A
"La. GOP says election tallies can be altered", 98-Feb-04:1A
"State GOP lowers fee to run for party offices", 98-June-22:5B
Louisiana-Sports Hall of Fame
"Northeast's Ok among 7 to be inducted into state hall", 98-Feb-08:1D
Louisiana-Tech
"Colleges improve with grants", 98-June-11:1B
"Court rejects challenge by Tech professors", 98-Aug-20:3B
"Full time workers get chance at degrees", 98-June-20:3B
"Judge to speak at La. Tech graduation", 98-Nov-15:3B
"La. Tech confers 737 degrees to graduates", 98-May-24:1B
"La. Tech names head of Shreveport center", 98-Dec-06:6B
"La. Tech offers Memorial scholarships", 98-May-24:3B
"La. Tech prepares to break ground at Shreve Park", 98-Apr-25:1A
"Louisiana Tech graduate program gets speech accreditation", 98-Nov-01:3B
"Louisiana Tech graduates 737 at spring commencement", 98-June-16:3B
"Tech graduates owe little in school costs", 98-Aug-28:3B
"Tech to offer 'historic' doctorate", 98-Aug-28:1B
"Technology center to start construction at industrial campus", 98-Sep-10:8B
Loyola College Prep
"4 inducted into Loyola hall", 98-Oct-10:2B
LSU-Baton Rouge
"Board OKs EWE professorship at LSU", 98-Mar-07:3B
"Chancellor OK's Greek changes", 98-Dec-04:3B
"LSU faculty to vote on raising admission standards", 98-Apr-28:1A
"LSU officials get pay raises", 98-July-11:1C
LSU-Board of Supervisors
"Shehee appointed to LSU board", 98-Aug-05:1E
LSU-Medical Center
"$50M sought for gene therapy research center", 98-July-22:1B
"97 doctors among graduates", 98-June-07:3B
"Cancer Center wins $3.4 million grant", 98-Aug-02:1A
"Child health care in jeopardy", 98-Mar-06:1A
"Dr. Red Duke tells grads to be themselves", 98-June-07:1B
"Federal rule could hurt organ donor program", 98-May-13:1B
"Heart patient receives abortion", 98-Oct-21:1A
"Legislature wants control over state hospitals", 98-Sep-21:1B
"Local medical students find their match", 98-Mar-19:3B
"LSUMC employees protest policies", 98-Apr-07:3B
"LSUMC graduates 105", 98-Aug-16:1B
"LSUMC nabs $107,417 grant", 98-Nov-01:26A
"LSUMC oxygen tank topples", 98-May-13:1A
"LSUMC professor to testify in D.C.", 98-Jan-28:1B
"LSUMC refuses abortion to woman with bad heart", 98-Oct-15:1A
"LSUMC researcher earns professorship", 98-July-10:1A
"LSUMC schools confer 105 degrees", 98-Aug-24:3B
"LSUMC to encourage kids to read", 98-Nov-29:1B
"Med schools struggle to recruit minorities", 98-May-11:1A
"Medical center chaplains focus on healing power of prayer", 98-Oct-14:1B
"Primary care physicians in demand", 98-June-07:3B
"State could lead gene therapy research", 98-May-13:1A
"Study finds simpler forms not solution", 98-May-06:1B
"Summer equals science time for teens", 98-June-17:1B
"Surgeons create endowed chair at LSU Med Center", 98-June-25:3B
"W-K gives $100,000 to LSUMC", 98-Mar-12:2B
"Woman heads to Texas for abortion", 98-Oct-17:1A
"Woman's abortion fight continues", 98-Oct-16:1A
LSUS
"'Rising Tide' author to lead symposium", 98-Jan-04:1E
"African-American women focus of celebration", 98-Feb-08:3D
"Artist to show her work at LSUS", 98-July-28:2D
"Author speaks about flood", 98-Jan-17:1B
"Author to conduct seminar on ADD/ADHD at LSUS", 98-Sep-30:6E
"Author to speak at symposium", 98-Jan-14:1D
"Beal named business research center director", 98-July-03:8B
"Bid proficiency exam goodbye", 98-Aug-06:10A
"Book helps students understand literature" [Wilfred L. Guerin], 98-Nov-08:3B
"Caddo officials agree to mediator", 98-Mar-13:1A
"Caddo officials may seek counseling", 98-Mar-03:1A
"Center offers resolution to disputes", 98-Feb-11:1B
"Character education is focus of LSUS symposium today", 98-Jan-31:3B
"City's air service stays secure", 98-Aug-13:8B
"Colleges focusing on safety", 98-Dec-26:1B
"Colleges improve with grants", 98-June-11:1B
"Community forum at LSUS Monday", 98-Mar-01:1B
"Computer fees pay off at LSUS", 98-July-24:1B
"Concert to honor LSUS chancellor", 98-Dec-03:4D
"Conference looks at future", 98-Feb-19:8B
"Conference looks to future", 98-Feb-04:8B
"Debate team seeks funds for U.K. trip", 98-Feb-15:1B
"Donor gives additional $100K to LSUS", 98-Feb-03:1B
"Education is best way to achieve tolerance, sociologist says", 98-Feb-03:3D
"Egg hunt draws 500 kids to LSUS", 98-Apr-13:1B
"Enrollment sees ups, downs", 98-Sep-26:1B
"Event offers look at holidays past", 98-Dec-06:2B
"Exhibit is close encounter with aliens" [Seung-Jin Kang], 98-Nov-10:3D
"Few wins, fewer fans", 98-Apr-02:1C
"Founding chancellor gets bust in his honor", 98-Apr-12:3B
"Furniss powers LSU past LSUS 16-5", 98-Feb-18:4C
"George Washington focus of conference", 98-Sep-17:1B
"Grant funding boosts LSUS security", 98-Sep-14:1B
"Grant will boost LSUS speech pathology program", 98-Aug-13:5B
"Grant workshop to be held Saturday", 98-Jan-15:2D
"Hall hasn't found jewel in Missouri", 98-Mar-11:1C
"Help improve education in Northwest La.", 98-Feb-01:1A
"Higher educators unite to improve coordination", 98-Jan-30:3B
"KPMG establishes LSUS scholarship", 98-Aug-03:6B
"Lecture to discuss Abraham Lincoln", 98-Feb-09:1B
"Local author to return to her roots for fund-raiser", 98-Mar-21:5D
"Local colleges play host to high schoolers", 98-Mar-17:1B
"LSUS adds abuse counseling degree", 98-Aug-25:1A
"LSUS announces medical review course", 98-Jan-25:3B
"LSUS Archives collects and preserves history", 98-July-11:11A
"LSUS Art Gallery announces show", 98-July-16:3D
"LSUS campus endures winter without sports", 98-Jan-15:1C
"LSUS celebrates spring by holding its annual Fling", 98-Apr-17:3B
"LSUS center plans two workshops", 98-Feb-09:6B
"LSUS courses set for police academy", 98-May-20:1B
"LSUS expert assesses historical effect of Clinton scandal", 98-Oct-11:19A
"LSUS gallery, library features additions", 98-July-17:1B
"LSUS graduates to receive degrees", 98-Aug-04:1B
"LSUS History Fair set for March", 98-Feb-22:1B
"LSUS holds NTE prep class", 98-Oct-14:1B
"LSUS holds spring graduation ceremony", 98-May-14:2B
"LSUS hosts music therapy workshop", 98-Oct-21:1E
"LSUS lands grant for drought research", 98-Aug-06:1B
"LSUS offering summer classes", 98-May-30:1B
"LSUS offers leadership course", 98-Jan-11:1C
"LSUS opens new study room", 98-Apr-06:6B
"LSUS plans Kendo demonstration", 98-Mar-26:1B
"LSUS plans meeting on law enforcement", 98-Feb-27:1B
"LSUS presents film fest", 98-Jan-27:3D
"LSUS prof receives award" [Carlos Spaht], 98-June-28:1E
"LSUS professor gets national honor" [Carlos Spaht], 98-June-28:1B
"LSUS receives teaching grant", 98-Sep-23:1B
"LSUS registration to be Thursday", 98-Aug-11:1B
"LSUS schedules exhibit", 98-Apr-11:5D
"LSUS schedules fall registration", 98-Aug-19:6E
"LSUS seeks alternative to proficiency test", 98-Aug-03:1A
"LSUS seeks state money to expand", 98-May-17:1B
"LSUS seminar to focus on religion in South", 98-Sep-25:3D
"LSUS sponsors abuse, violence workshops", 98-Oct-18:3B
"LSUS sponsors drug awarness seminar", 98-May-17:5B
"LSUS this week to host women's conference", 98-Oct-18:3B
"LSUS to broadcast teleconference", 98-Nov-15:3B
"LSUS to hold finance seminar", 98-Nov-08:24A
"LSUS to hold youth teleconference", 98-Sep-20:3B
"LSUS to host culture festival", 98-Oct-25:3B
"LSUS to host dyslexia conference", 98-Sep-24:1B
"LSUS to host legislative forum", 98-Feb-25:1B
"LSUS to host satellite town meeting Tuesday", 98-Feb-15:3B
"LSUS to offer course on preparing for ACT", 98-Jan-25:3B
"LSUS to offer financial workshop", 98-Feb-07:1C
"LSUS to provide investment lessons", 98-Feb-15:1C
"LSUS to sponsor regional workshop", 98-Oct-20:3B
"LSUS will offer management class", 98-Feb-01:1C
"LSUS will offer two yoga sessions", 98-Jan-18:3B
"LSUS, governor to hold drug workshop", 98-Jan-18:3B
"LSUS, Southern co-sponsor black history events", 98-Feb-08:3B
"LSUS, SUSBO enrollments rise", 98-Feb-09:1A
"Man to get degree today, 25 years after he started", 98-Dec-16:1B
"Metro band schedules benefit concert", 98-Feb-18:1E
"Minority businesses key to success", 98-Aug-23:8A
"Multiculturalism to be topic of LSUS lecture", 98-Mar-26:2B
"Prepare students at school for work", 98-Jan-11:13A
"Robotics lab plans open house", 98-Apr-26:1C
"Scholars discuss history of presidents", 98-Sep-19:1B
"Seminar will offer latest technologies", 98-Mar-18:8B
"Shelter opens at LSUS as hundreds head north", 98-Sep-27:1A
"Students learn power of investing", 98-Mar-06:1B
"Students learn to make friends the Japanese way", 98-May-31:3B
"SWEPCO donates $13,000 for center", 98-Jan-11:1C
"Techno-conference takes look at dangers kids face on the 'Net", 98-Apr-22:1B
"Technology spreads classes statewide", 98-Aug-08:1B
"Teens encouraged to take leadership roles", 98-Feb-12:3B
"University holding landscaping class", 98-Oct-15:1B
Lumber
"Closure date set for sawmill", 98-July-31:8B
"Economic crunch continues", 98-June-15:1A
"Fear follows announcement of Fisher sawmill closure", 98-July-16:3B
"Foresters pine for better weather", 98-June-27:6B

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Malone, Sen. Max
"Indictments stir mild surprise", 98-Nov-07:1A
Mansfield, La.
"Minden edges Mansfield as hot spot for commuters", 98-Oct-18:1A
Mardi Gras
"Business, pleasure mix at D.C. ball", 98-Feb-15:12A
"Centaur gets ready to roll", 98-Feb-13:3E
"Centenary plans Mardi Gras parade", 98-Feb-07:1B
"Colorful was World of Gemini", 98-Feb-22:3A
"Gemini parade planners aim for safety", 98-Feb-21:1A
"Gemini prepares to color our world", 98-Feb-20:3E
"Krewe of Gemini helps church with fund raising", 98-Feb-04:2E
"Krewe of Gemini", 98-Feb-22:1A
"Mardi Gras calendar is full of fun, merriment", 98-Jan-11:1E
"Mardi Gras celebration fun spreads", 98-Feb-21:8B
"Mardi Gras celebration has somethin' for everyone, mister", 98-Jan-11:3E
"Mardi Gras gets rolling", 98-Feb-15:11A
"Mardi Gras krewes list royalty", 98-Jan-11:2E
"Mardi Gras mania reigns", 98-Feb-01:1E
"Mardi Gras Museum's progress crawls along", 98-July-24:1A
"Mardi Gras parades roll across Louisiana", 98-Feb-22:3B
"Mardi Gras party gets bigger, better", 98-Feb-13:1A
"Mardi Gras' wild side not whole story", 98-Feb-23:5B
"Miss USA drops in for Mardi Gras parade", 98-Feb-14:1A
"Parade brings neighborhood together", 98-Feb-23:1B
"Parade parking free to lucky few", 98-Jan-14:1A
Marjorie Lyons Playhouse
"'Dracula' continues to be perennial horror tale favorite", 98-Sep-20:1E
"'Dracula' is technical marvel", 98-Oct-03:4D
"'Dracula' opens Sept. 24", 98-Sep-17:4D
"'God's Country' cast announced", 98-Jan-22:3D
"'God's Country' talk to follow drama", 98-Feb-12:3D
"'Grand Hotel' a triumph", 98-July-25:3B
"'Grand Hotel' is more than dancing", 98-July-21:2D
"'Lost in Yonkers' is a good outing", 98-Mar-28:5D
"'Lost in Yonkers' seeks young boys", 98-Jan-30:1D
"'Shakespeare' cast chosen for Centenary production", 98-Nov-26:14D
"Art and science blend for laughs and thought", 98-Nov-10:2D
"Cast is chosen for 'Grand Hotel' musical", 98-July-07:2D
"Centenary names 'Picasso at the Lapin Agile'", 98-Oct-30:5D
"Centenary's 'Picasso' a winning work", 98-Nov-13:2B
"Discussion will follow Centenary performance", 98-Nov-19:4D
"Drama earns 8 nominations", 98-June-16:2D
"Hate crimes come to center stage", 98-Feb-03:1D
"Robert Buseick", 98-Sep-20:1E
"Theater announces 'Yonkers' cast", 98-Mar-20:3D
"Theater hopes to get people 'Lost in Yonders'", 98-Mar-24:2D
"Theatre to stage 'Dracula'", 98-July-14:2D
McCrery, Rep. Jim
"Area Republicans to back spending bill", 98-Oct-20:1A
"Army project may get $9M", 98-June-13:6B
"BAFB will remain 8th Air Force's home base", 98-Mar-24:1A
"Electric deregulation hits problems", 98-May-26:4B
"Flag amendment fans conflict", 98-July-05:19A
"Indictments stir mild surprise", 98-Nov-07:1A
"Lawmakers back proposals to help farmers", 98-July-26:1B
"Legislators promise fair inquiry", 98-Oct-12:1A
"Livingston gets McCrery's support to be speaker", 98-Nov-07:2A
"Louisiana delegates give mixed support", 98-Dec-17:1A
"Louisiana lawmakers cautious on Iraq attack", 98-Feb-22:1A
"Louisianans reveal plans for session", 98-Jan-27:6A
"Many political campaigns see drought of candidates", 98-Sep-07:1A
"McCrery addresses Medicare concerns", 98-Nov-03:1B
"McCrery says time for GOP to do some 'searching'", 98-Nov-05:9A
"McCrery strives to help patients: hopes bills ease concerns about HMOs", 98-July-12:1A
"McCrery to speak to council Monday", 98-Aug-29:1B
"McCrery won't rush to judgment", 98-Sep-10:1A
"McCrery, Cooksey will vote for impeachment", 98-Dec-11:3A
"McCrery, Jindal team up again in Washington", 98-Feb-08:15A
"North La. lawmakers split on Clinton's speech", 98-Jan-28:3A
"Social Security heads for major changes", 98-Apr-26:21A
"State will suffer loss of power", 98-Dec-21:1A
"Stay-at-home parents center of debate", 98-Feb-16:1A
"Students' art to be displayed by McCrery", 98-Feb-28:3B
"Vote is about Clinton's crimes", 98-Dec-19:4A
McLarty, Mac
"McLarty decides to leave White House appointment", 98-Apr-24:1A
McNeil Street Pump Station
"Interest in 100-year-old landmark revived", 98-Nov-13:1B
Meadows Museum
"Exhibit beautifully celebrates almost every type of sport"
[Reba and Dave Williams], 98-Mar-24:3D
"Exhibit features sports art", 98-Jan-26:1D
"Exhibit looks to the future through the past", 98-Aug-01:1D
"Exhibit will appeal to art lovers of any persuasion"
[Sydney and Walda Besthoff Foundation], 98-Oct-06:2D
"Exhibition showcases Inuit culture", 98-Apr-21:2D
"New museum director aims high", 98-June-30:1D
"Sports find a new arena in museum", 98-Feb-10:1D
Melrose Plantation
"Historical ambiance marks Melrose event", 98-June-14:1B
Mijalis, Gus
"Gus Mijalis falls behind on restitution payments", 98-May-22:5B
"Gus Mijalis: I have paid my debt to society", 98-July-27:1A
"Mijalis lawyers negotiate with prosecutors", 98-June-11:2B
"Mijalis, court negotiate new payment schedule", 98-July-17:2B
"Mijalis, prosecutors working out new payment plan", 98-June-12:1B
Minden, La.
"Minden develops future plan", 98-Feb-01:1B
"Minden edges Mansfield as hot spot for commuters", 98-Oct-18:1A
"Minden shows new growth", 98-Mar-21:8B
"Minden's future at issue tonight", 98-Apr-06:1B
"Rural communities breathe life into tourism based on history", 98-Dec-05:1A
Minter, Mary Miles
"Silent film star gains new notoriety on Web", 98-Jan-04:1A
Miss Teen USA
"Area now pageant's home away from home", 98-June-09:1B
"Area's charm keeps Trump coming back", 98-Aug-11:1A
"Benefits seen in pageant delay", 98-Aug-19:1A
"Celeb judges on tap for Miss Teen USA", 98-July-30:1D
"Crowning glory", 98-Aug-02:1E, 98-Aug-14:3E
"Delegates more than pretty faces", 98-Aug-16:5B
"It's official: Miss Teen USA coming", 98-June-10:1B
"Minden turns on charm for Miss Teen delegates", 98-Aug-09:1B
"Miss Teen pageant may return to area", 98-Aug-12:1A
"Miss Teen pageant tonight", 98-Aug-17:1A
"Miss Teen pageant, president won't compete for air time", 98-Aug-07:1A
"Miss Teen USA begins whirlwind title reign", 98-Aug-19:1B
"Miss Teen USA delegates hit the ground running", 98-Aug-02:1B
"Miss Teen USA delegates, residents share day of fun", 98-Aug-03:1B
"Miss Teen USA Pageant delegates set to arrive", 98-Aug-01:1B
"Pageant delegates tape workout video", 98-Aug-06:1B
"Pageant tickets to go on sale Monday", 98-June-30:1B
"Pageantry, beauty, tourism return with Miss Teen USA", 98-Aug-04:1A
"Presentation pageant opens countdown to new Miss Teen", 98-Aug-14:1B
"S. Carolina reigns as Miss Teen", 98-Aug-18:1A
"Shreveport to host Miss Teen USA Pageant", 98-May-12:1A
"Stars arrive at Hirsch for Miss Teen USA", 98-Aug-16:1B
"Teen delegates go online for a chat", 98-Aug-13:2B
"Teen looks to pageant", 98-July-07:1B
"Trump says women are best executives for beauty pageants", 98-Aug-15:3B
"TV star to host Miss Teen USA", 98-July-15:1B
Miss USA
"'They look better in person'", 98-Mar-02:1B
"'Titanic' producer to help judge Miss USA", 98-Mar-05:1A
"Cities came off well during TV braodcast", 98-Mar-11:4A
"Coliseum gets 'Hollywood' look for pageant", 98-Mar-06:1B
"Host selected for Miss USA Pageant", 98-Feb-25:1A
"It's Miss Massachusetts", 98-Mar-11:1A
"Local businesses boost pageant", 98-Mar-08:1B
"Miss USA delegates brighten hospital stay", 98-Feb-28:1B
"MISS USA delegates to arrive today", 98-Feb-22:1A
"Miss USA drops in for Mardi Gras parade", 98-Feb-14:1A
"Miss USA home base won't come to city", 98-Nov-19:1A
"Miss USA hopeful has Bossier City roots", 98-Feb-21:1B
"Miss USA list narrows to 10", 98-Mar-07:1A
"Miss USA pageant has many volunteers", 98-Jan-16:1B
"MISS USA Pageant officials scope out Hirsch Coliseum", 98-Jan-10:3B
"Miss USA Pageant's impact felt throughout nation", 98-Mar-12:1A
"Miss USA pageantry unfolds", 98-Feb-22:1E
"Miss USA pays visit to school, hospital", 98-Mar-03:1B
"Miss USA still a draw on Web", 98-Mar-14:1A
"Miss USA tickets sell briskly", 98-Feb-11:3B
"Pageant delegates put through paces", 98-Mar-11:4A
"Pageant revises charge for tickets", 98-Feb-12:1B
"Public gets cool glimpse of Miss USA delegates", 98-Feb-26:1B
"Relax and have fun, Miss USA delegates, from someone who's been there",
98-Mar-01:1E
"Shreveport may host Miss Teen pageant", 98-Apr-17:1A
"Trump says pageant will return, but not next year", 98-Mar-11:1A
"Welcome, Miss USA delegates", 98-Feb-23:1A
"Who will reign as Miss USA?", 98-Mar-10:1A
Municipal Auditorium
"Auditorium renovations impress fans", 98-Apr-05:5B
"First Municipal renovations complete-let's celebrate", 98-June-25:1D
"Municipal Auditorium opens doors to public", 98-June-28:1B
"Municipal reveals splendor", 98-Apr-03:2A
"NPR to feature local auditorium", 98-June-06:1B
Music in Shreveport
"Musician captures a bit of local blues history", 98-Sep-15:1D
"North La. country luminaries recognized for contributions", 98-Apr-24:4D

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NAACP
"Bossier NAACP to hold elections", 98-Nov-05:1B
"Mansfield NAACP to hold talks on police incidents", 98-Oct-19:1B
"Mansfield parents consider patrol", 98-Oct-23:1A
"NAACP establishes legal fund for family", 98-Aug-27:1B
"NAACP asks for review of rape case", 98-July-02:1A
"NAACP asks mayor to apologize for remarks", 98-May-27:3B
"NAACP challenges Southwood appointee", 98-Oct-22:1A
"NAACP committee to hold first meeting", 98-Sep-14:1B
"NAACP may address School Board", 98-Oct-21:1B
"NAACP meeting helps explain work rules", 98-Feb-01:1B
"NAACP offers police test workshop", 98-July-26:1B
"NAACP starts 3-day meeting here today", 98-Sep-17:3B
"NAACP to focus on education, jobs", 98-Jan-01:1B
"NAACP to focus on young adults", 98-Jan-26:1B
"NAACP will form group to investigate police", 98-July-29:1A
"Speaker: NAACP still has mission", 98-Mar-20:1B
"Struggle for economic parity launches national debate", 98-Aug-23:1A
"Youths vow to help stop the violence", 98-Sep-20:1A
Natchitoches Folk Festival
"Festival brings culture alive", 98-July-19:1B
"Natchitoches folk festival to celebrate Creole culture", 98-July-14:2B
Natchitoches Parish Police Jury
"Natchitoches jury to declare area an agricultural disaster", 98-July-15:1A
Natchitoches, La.
"Chamber can't afford festival", 98-Dec-17:1B
"Nakatosh Hotel is condemned", 98-Sep-29:1B
"Nakatosh Hotel ordered condemned", 98-Sep-15:1B
"Natchitoches among top U.S. retirement spots", 98-May-08:1A
"Natchitoches buys land for targeted hotel", 98-Dec-31:1B
"Natchitoches gets final nod to annex land", 98-Mar-30:1B
"Natchitoches history gets boost", 98-Apr-01:3B
"Natchitoches launches plan for new hotel", 98-Nov-02:1B
"Natchitoches picks site for convention center", 98-Mar-16:1A
"Natchitoches told to stop tampering with lights", 98-Mar-24:3B
"NSU historian recounts Natchitoches educational history", 98-Dec-20:3B
Negro Chamber of Commerce
"Conference helps minority business owners network", 98-Oct-10:8B
"Forum tackles affirmative action", 98-Feb-20:2B
"Groups join to boost economic development", 98-Apr-09:8B
"Negro Chamber plans events", 98-Nov-28:8B
"Negro Chamber schedules events", 98-Feb-15:1C
"Negro Chamber to have breakfast", 98-Apr-05:1C
Noel, James S.
"Broadmoor fire injures library benefactor", 98-Aug-05:1A
"Deadly house fire probe continues", 98-Aug-07:3B
"Local philanthropist dies", 98-Dec-18:5B
"Obituary", 98-Dec-17:4B
North Louisiana Business Hall of Fame
"Junior Achievement Hall of Fame names three new honorees", 98-Aug-30:3C
North Louisiana Military Museum
"Military museum expands to utilize second floor", 98-Aug-29:2B
Northeast Louisiana University
"Area students earn diplomas from NLU", 98-Jan-04:3B
Northwestern State University
"Area universities get new computers and laboratories", 98-Oct-03:3B
"Author to deliver lecture", 98-Mar-08:3B
"Author to visit NSU", 98-Mar-04:5D
"BPCC, NSU numbers dip for spring sessions", 98-Feb-09:1A
"Cleanup work at NSU gym proceeds", 98-June-06:1B
"Colleges improve with grants", 98-June-11:1B
"DeSoto, NSU link up to offer 'Net courses", 98-June-20:3B
"Miss NSU no mere beauty queen", 98-Feb-15:3B
"Natchitoches folk festival to celebrate Creole culture", 98-July-14:2B
"NSU accents achievement", 98-Mar-08:3B
"NSU Chamber Choir to begin four-city tour", 98-Mar-15:3B
"NSU Class of 1998 takes graduation walk", 98-May-24:6B
"NSU gets gift of at least $100,000", 98-Nov-20:1B
"NSU gets state-of-the-art multimedia system", 98-May-31:3B
"NSU helps people get marketable", 98-Oct-26:6B
"NSU kicks off a string of spring commencements", 98-May-08:1B
"NSU lands grant for job readiness program", 98-June-08:1A
"NSU offers new degrees", 98-Sep-27:3B
"NSU offers parenting tips", 98-June-27:3B
"NSU offers students job agency", 98-Sep-06:3B
"NSU officials want upgrade of Internet", 98-Feb-16:1B
"NSU program aims to help students", 98-Oct-03:1B
"NSU schedules organ recital", 98-Jan-29:1D
"NSU to offer seniors look at campus", 98-Feb-22:4B
"NSU to waive housing fees for 200 selected students", 98-July-10:1A
"NSU to work with Chamber of Commerce", 98-Sep-27:3B
"Program helps NSU freshmen get connected", 98-June-27:1B
"Renovations to bring wellness center to NSU", 98-Oct-05:3B
"Students finance new computer lab at NSU", 98-Feb-01:3B
"University graduates first Welfare to Work class", 98-Nov-15:3B
"Work on NSU gym ready to begin", 98-Jan-25:3B
Norton Art Gallery
"Norton Art Gallery opens wildlife display", 98-Feb-08:8E
"Pieces capture birds' beauty" [Maynard Reece], 98-May-05:2D

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Obituaries
"Beckman, Michael W.", 98-Oct-25:4B
"Boyd, Clarence Elmo, M.D.", 98-Nov-12:2B
"Brabham, Sr., Dr. Roy F.", 98-Mar-31:4B
"Carlisle, Dr. Jack Edwin", 98-Feb-19:4B
"Cascio, Albert Roy Jr.", 98-Oct-25:4B
"Chadick, Frances Virginia", 98-Oct-28:4B
"Collins, Mrs. Wendell", 98-Nov-13:4B
"Doll, Dr. Paddy Ann", 98-Sep-28:2B
"Edwards, Clarence", 98-Dec-13:4B
"Elgin, Jack", 98-Jan-15:4B
"Ford, William, F.", 98-June-15:4B
"Franks, Monna Louise Williams", 98-Oct-06:2B
"Fullilove, Jack Pope Jr.", 98-Jan-13:2B
"Gallagher, Sylvia", 98-Oct-12:2B
"Galloway, Mrs. Sydney Barrow", 98-Mar-08:4B
"Garrett, M.D. Broox Cleveland Jr.", 98-June-05:4B
"Gilmer, Irma Kenny", 98-Aug-20:4B
"Glassell, Laurie Schober", 98-Aug-20:4B
"Harris, James Brady", 98-Nov-17:4B
"Hawkins, Deacon Stacy", 98-Sep-18:2B
"Hearne, George Marion III", 98-Oct-15:4B
"Herndon, David A.", 98-Sep-03:4B
"Jones, Marshall", 98-Jan-27:2B
"Landry, Judge Paul Bernard", 98-June-15:4B
"Lewis, Harriet Mary Culbertson" [Mother Goose], 98-Oct-13:2B
"Lindsay, John Debs", 98-Nov-22:4B
"Lowe, Jack B.", 98-July-31:4B
"Lyons, Hall McCord", 98-July-24:4B
"Marcotte, Sister Marie Geraldine", 98-June-09:2B
"Marshall, Dr. John C.", 98-Sep-08:2B
"McCaffrey, Sister Margaret", 98-Feb-24:2B
"McCollister, Jack L.", 98-June-10:2B
"Murrell, Jack Clary, Sr.", 98-Nov-04:4B
"Parker, Edmond McGrady", 98-July-05:4B
"Patillo, Emma", 98-Jan-23:4B
"Peoples, Morgan Dewey", 98-May-26:2B
"Plumley, Martha Franklin", 98-Aug-11:2B
"Provenza, Anthony Justin", 98-July-31:4B
"Sardisco, Rosalia Modica", 98-Jan-05:4B
"Sawyer, Herry Ray", 98-June-15:4B
"Sims, Dr. Howard Jr.", 98-Sep-10:4B
"Slattery, John Bernard", 98-Apr-23:4B
"Smith, M.D., Edith Marie ", 98-Mar-16:2B
"Storey, Moulton A.", 98-Aug-12:4B
"Wallace, James Thomas", 98-Nov-24:2B
"Wiener, Carolyn Loeb", 98-Oct-28:4B
Oil and Gas
"Area oil and gas activity", 98-Jan-11:5C, 98-Jan-25:5C, 98-Feb-01:5C, 98-Mar-22:5C, 98-Mar-29:5C, 98-Apr-19:5C, 98-Apr-26:5C, 98-May-03:5C, 98-May-10:5C, 98-May-17:5C, 98-May-24:5C, 98-June-07:5C, 98-June-14:5C, 98-June-28:5C, 98-July-05:5C, 98-July-12:5C, 98-July-19:5C, 98-Aug-09:5C, 98-Aug-23:5C, 98-Sep-06:5C, 98-Sep-27:5C, 98-Oct-04:4C, 98-Nov-01:29A, 98-Nov-29:31A, 98-Dec-13:31A, 98-Dec-20:41A
"Committee extends gas tax", 98-May-28:3B
"Committee kills proposed oil, gas tax", 98-May-21:3B
"Crude oil gives up recent gains", 98-Aug-23:5C
"Crystal Oil plans to buy company", 98-Jan-07:6B
"Dividing oil, gas money", 98-Nov-30:1A
"Experts say dip in oil prices won't hurt state, yet", 98-Mar-11:8B
"Falling oil prices mean catastrophe for some", 98-Mar-21:3B
"Gas industry shoots down Foster proposal", 98-Jan-28:2B
"Gas prices hit lowest level since '94", 98-Feb-18:6B
"Gov. Foster says state may dodge Exxon fallout", 98-Dec-03:8B
"Gulf gas field discovered", 98-Apr-24:8B
"La. oil, coal exports plunge 32 percent", 98-July-15:6B
"Landrieu seeks funds from off-shore drilling", 98-Mar-02:1A
"Lawmakers to push oil, gas tax again", 98-Jan-26:1A
"Low oil prices aid consumers, corporations", 98-Mar-18:8B
"Low prices slow oil industry", 98-Dec-06:1A
"Natural gas props up industry", 98-Dec-06:28A
"Offshore oil industry began on Caddo Lake", 98-May-02:3A
"Oil company based here wins China contract", 98-Mar-19:8B
"Oil industry profits sink with lower barrel price", 98-Feb-15:11A
"Oil industry struggles to attract young blood", 98-Feb-18:6B
"Oil prices nose dive", 98-Nov-19:8B
"Oil prices tumble to 27-month low", 98-Jan-07:6B
"Oil prices tumble to 4-year low", 98-Mar-10:6B
"Oil processors to unite", 98-Apr-16:8B
"Oil takes biggest plunge of decade", 98-Mar-17:8B
"Oil tax gets Campbell push", 98-Feb-20:5B
"Pennzoil fuels new competition", 98-May-31:1C
"Pennzoil union attempt fails", 98-Apr-24:8B
"Pennzoil workers consider union", 98-Apr-21:6B
"Producers skeptical of oil deal", 98-Mar-24:6B
"Refinery worker gets embroiled in oil and gas tax controversy", 98-May-14:5B
"Senate kills oil, gas tax study", 98-May-13:3B
"State budget to feel impact of lower prices", 98-Dec-06:8A
"State senators pitch oil and gas processing tax", 98-Apr-24:1B
Oil City, La.
"Despite tough times, Oil City plans to celebrate", 98-May-16:8B
"Oil City longs for better days", 98-Mar-09:1A
"State health officials say Oil City water is safe", 98-Mar-24:1B
Overton Brooks Veterans Hospital
"Groups to hold Veterans Day activities", 98-Nov-07:2B
"V.A. Medical Center names new director", 98-Apr-09:8B
"VA Hospital holds open house", 98-Apr-17:1B
"VA Medical Center offers free clinic", 98-Apr-15:1B

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Parish, Robert
"Celtics greats to honor Parish", 98-Jan-18:7D
"Celtics retire Parish's number", 98-Jan-19:4C
Performing Arts Center
"'Honeysuckle' cast chosen", 98-Mar-06:3D
"'Oklahoma!' brings familiar territory to local stage", 98-July-07:1D
"'Oklahoma!' staging OK with audience", 98-July-12:3B
"Cast selected for 'Oklahoma!'", 98-June-19:5D
"Childhood memories come to life", 98-Apr-21:1D
"Gilbert & Sullivan seek singers", 98-Jan-21:1D
"New 'Honeysuckle' has possibilities", 98-Apr-24:5D
"PAC schedules 'Oklahoma!' auditions", 98-Apr-23:3D
Peter Pan Players
"'Dumbo' is ready to take the stage", 98-May-20:4D
"'The Jungle Book' wonderfully begins PPP's 25th season", 98-Aug-20:4D
"Children's theater group turns 25", 98-Aug-18:1D
"Children's troupe replaces 'Peter Pan'", 98-Nov-05:4D
"Peter Pan Players chooses cast for 'The Jungle Book'", 98-Aug-04:2D
"Peter Pan Players offers fun 'Dumbo' for everyone", 98-May-22:3D
"Peter Pan Players' 'Pinocchio' cast declared", 98-Dec-14:3D
"Peter Pan Players' version of 'Pinocchio' worth a look", 98-Dec-29:3D
"Pinocchio teaches importance of love, morals, values", 98-Dec-21:1D
Philadelphia Center
"Auction will benefit Philadelphia Center", 98-Aug-03:1D
"Candlelight vigil for AIDS victims set", 98-May-04:1B
"Local artists face the challenge", 98-Jan-20:1D
Pioneer Heritage Center
"Louisiana native booked for annual 'Authors in April'", 98-Mar-26:1D
Port of Shreveport-Bossier
"Firm sends good vibes", 98-Nov-27:1A
"Foster opposes IPSCO tax break", 98-June-05:1A
"House OKs tax break for IPSCO steel mill", 98-June-09:1A
"IPSCO chooses Alabama", 98-Dec-24:1A
"Legislators push for IPSCO exemption", 98-June-08:1A
"Livingston presses IPSCO to locate here", 98-Dec-11:1A
"Local port in running for $400M steel mill", 9-Apr-23:1A
"Oil spill on the Red contained", 98-Apr-17:1B
"Port builds momentum", 98-May-14:1A
"Senate rejects break for proposed steel mill", 98-June-10:2A
Private Schools
"Academy to stay open", 98-Mar-10:1B
"Locals get ready for Catholic Schools Week", 98-Jan-25:1B
Providence House
"Families renew hope", 98-Dec-23:1E
"Hidden homeless grows in region", 98-Nov-15:21A

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Queensborough
"Queensborough launches renewal", 98-July-22:1E

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Ratzburg, Dr. Carl
"Obituary", 98-Dec-15:4B
Red River
"'Rising Tide' author to lead symposium", 98-Jan-04:1E
"Come together at the Red River", 98-Mar-08:17A
"Family struggles to make its living from the rivers", 98-Mar-29:1E
"Oil spill on the Red contained", 98-Apr-17:1B
"Recreation increases on Red River", 98-July-26:1B
"Red River living up to promise", 98-Feb-22:6D
"Several projects seek to improve Red River", 98-Feb-20:8B
"Why does riverfront park keep flooding?", 98-Jan-26:1A
Red River Parish
"Red River survives plant loss", 98-May-26:1A
"Red River to decide schools' fate", 98-Apr-30:1A
"School site hits snag from past", 98-Mar-01:1A
Red River Rally
"Red river Rally a rainout", 98-Sep-13:1B
Red River Revel
"Booths available for Red River Revel", 98-Jan-20:1D
"Festival site is ready to roll, all that's needed now are revelers", 98-Oct-02:1A
"George Rodrigue lends talents to this year's Revel poster", 98-Sep-14:1D
"Rain won't last long for Revelers", 98-Oct-07:1B
"Red River Revel entertainment set", 98-Aug-21:1B
"Red River Revel run gets rained out", 98-Oct-03:10D
"Revel off to smooth, soggy start", 98-Oct-04:1B
"Revel wraps up first season in its new home", 98-Oct-10:1B
"The official Revel guide", 98-Sep-30:SS
"Work begins on new downtown festival site", 98-June-05:2B
Red River Valley Association
"Red River association to discuss projects", 98-Feb-17:6B
"River navigation may reach Arkansas", 98-Feb-21:8B
"Several projects seek to improve Red River", 98-Feb-20:8B
Red River Waterway Commission
"Bossier City to pitch its riverfront vision", 98-June-29:1A
"Commission to discuss local ideas", 98-July-08:2B
"Projects need federal help", 98-July-09:1A
Ritman, Abe
"Abe's Sea & Sirloin founder dies at 70", 98-Oct-14:2B
"Obituary", 98-Oct-14:2B
Roads
"Highway widening set for next year", 98-Nov-14:1A
"Wider highway 1 to expand business opportunities", 98-July-21:1A
Robinson, Eddie
"Lawmaker wants road signs to honor Coach Robinson", 98-Mar-26:5B
"Robinson begins new life", 98-Mar-10:1C
"Robinson enters Hall of Fame", 98-Aug-15:3C
"Robinson is as successful at retirement as at coaching", 98-July-10:1C

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Schumpert Medical Center
"Bossier Med not for sale yet", 98-June-24:5B
"Caddo jury finds local hospital negligent in death", 98-Oct-16:5B
"City seeks Bossier Med Center bidders", 98-Oct-26:1A
"Healthcare systems to merge:
Schumpert owner is teaming...Incarnate Word...", 98-July-18:6B
"Hospital opens second Healthplex", 98-Aug-01:6B
"Hospitals move forward", 98-Apr-04:8B
"Schumpert adult day facility gets new van", 98-Oct-21:3E
"Schumpert expands to rural areas", 98-Nov-19:8B
"Schumpert heads list to buy Bossier Med", 98-Dec-12:1A
"Schumpert names new president, CEO", 98-Dec-03:8B
"Schumpert opens cholesterol center", 98-Oct-10:1B
"Schumpert owner eyes Bossier Medical", 98-June-19:1A
"Schumpert plans cancer program", 98-Sep-03:1B
"Schumpert starts new radio program", 98-Aug-22:11B
"Schumpert to build $10M medical facility", 98-Nov-13:8B
"Schumpert to sponsor fitness summer camp", 98-June-24:2E
"Schumpert unveils computer-linked heart monitor", 98-Oct-08:8B
"Schumpert's owner talks 'opportunities'", 98-July-11:3B
"Sisters' letter to Bossier Medical stirs reaction", 98-June-20:2B
"Top Schumpert official resigns", 98-Aug-29:6B
Sci-Port Discovery Center
"Blue Cross gift puts Sci-Port over goal", 98-Oct-23:1B
"Bossier schools will pilot programs at Sci-Port", 98-Apr-12:1B
"City signs Sci-Port contract", 98-Sep-30:3B
"Deposit Guaranty awards Sci-Port $150,000 gift", 98-Feb-28:3J
"Donations roll in for new Sci-Port Discovery Center", 98-Apr-02:1B
"Sci-Port approaches $4M fund-raising goal", 98-Aug-20:1B
"Sci-Port awarded $255,000", 98-Mar-28:3B
"Sci-Port board nails down details for new museum", 98-June-25:1B
"Sci-Port Center gets AHA grant", 98-July-14:1B
"Sci-Port Center may raise fees", 98-June-24:1B
"Sci-Port development draws on local, Canadian talents", 98-Feb-18:1B
"Sci-Port donations inch closer to goal", 98-Sep-06:1B
"Sci-Port events to mark Arbor Day", 98-Jan-12:1D
"Sci-Port expected to boost city", 98-Nov-14:1A
"Sci-Port features tornado awareness", 98-Feb-28:3J
"Sci-Port gets funds for Red River exhibit", 98-Sep-04:2B
"Sci-Port gets grants from several sources", 98-June-06:2B
"Sci-Port guide", 98-Nov-19:SS
"Sci-Port has grand opening day", 98-Nov-22:1A
"Sci-Port looks for few extra volunteers to help out", 98-Nov-28:1A
"Sci-Port offers soil samples test", 98-Apr-15:1B
"Sci-Port opens its doors today", 98-Nov-21:1A
"Sci-Port Patron Preview Gala officially sells out", 98-Nov-12:4D
"Sci-Port prepares for grand opening", 98-May-31:6B
"Sci-Port receives $150,000 grant", 98-Feb-03:3B
"Sci-Port receives $225,000 grant", 98-Apr-08:3E
"Sci-Port riverboat sets sail", 98-July-08:1A
"Sci-Port schedules ballooning program", 98-Mar-16:3D
"Sci-Port schedules engineering events", 98-Feb-15:3E
"Sci-Port sees benefits of community support", 98-Apr-22:1B
"Sci-Port staffers learn nuances of running a hands-on museum", 98-Dec-21:1B
"Sci-Port starting member program", 98-Oct-17:1B
"Sci-Port supporters expect center will boost local economy", 98-Nov-10:1A
"Sci-Port to celebrate Arbor Day", 98-Jan-14:2E
"Sci-Port to extend classroom lessons", 98-Nov-17:1A
"Sci-Port to hold birthday party", 98-Jan-05:1D
"Sci-Port to open its doors Nov. 21", 98-Sep-23:1A
"Sci-Port to reopen in gala fashion", 98-Nov-01:1E
"Star Station One debuts at Sci-Port", 98-Dec-04:1B
"SWEPCO awards grant to Sci-Port", 98-Apr-01:1B
"Volunteers needed at Sci-Port center", 98-Nov-03:3D
Shannon, George W.
"Former Journal editor Shannon dies", 98-Apr-27:2B
"Obituary", 98-Apr-27:4B
Shepherd, Kenny Wayne
"Kenny Wayne decides to keep offices here", 98-Dec-11:4E
"Kenny Wayne Shepherd gets honors", 98-Dec-19:1B
"Shepherd featured in new Gap advertisment", 98-July-24:2B
Shreve Memorial Library
"Librarian receives public service award", 98-Dec-30:1E
"Library breaks ground on branch in Vivian", 98-May-27:1E
"Library celebrates black history month", 98-Feb-04:1E
"Library taxes are paying off", 98-July-22:8A
"Library to receive system upgrades", 98-June-03:1B
"Library to reflect area community", 98-Aug-19:1E
"Meeting room available at library", 98-July-29:1E
"Shreve Memorial Library celebrates 75th anniversary", 98-Dec-06:2B
"Shreve Memorial Library honors past as it steps into future", 98-Dec-02:1E
"Shreve Memorial receives grant", 98-Mar-29:3B
"Shreve Memorial to break ground", 98-May-18:1B
"Talking rabbit comes to library", 98-July-15:1E
"Tax vote impacting local libraries", 98-Aug-09:1B
Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau
"Area gains popularity with travelers", 98-July-10:1B
"Celebrate state's culture, history", 98-Dec-26:19A
"City's civic center operates at a loss", 98-Mar-26:1A
"Consultants say arena may cost $55M", 98-Feb-18:1B
"Hotel breaks ground in Shreveport", 98-July-13:6B
"Mardi Gras Museum's progress crawls along", 98-July-24:1A
"Rooms scarce for weekend", 98-Oct-16:8B
"Rural communites breathe life into tourism based on history", 98-Dec-05:1A
"Tourists pour into La. and area", 98-Jan-15:1A
"Zoo project awaits deal over land", 98-Jan-19:1B
Shreveport-Bossier Sports Museum of Champions
"Local sports museum to add four inductees", 98-Feb-09:1C
"Riverfront facility hopes to tap its potential", 98-June-10:1C
Shreveport-Captains
"2nd half starts with a loss", 98-June-14:1D
"Believe it or not, Caps begin spring training in a month", 98-Jan-17:4C
"Big challenge in store for new Captains manager", 98-Dec-03:1C
"Bonds coming to Shreveport", 98-Mar-30:1C
"Bonds, Captains upend Generals", 98-Apr-10:1C
"Bonuses have changed game", 98-June-20:1C
"Buy a scorecard to know your Captains", 98-Apr-02:1C
"Caps player goes online", 98-May-23:5C
"Captain deals with high hopes", 98-Mar-25:1C
"Captain looks for a home", 98-Mar-27:1C
"Captains a platform for talent", 98-July-12:1D
"Captains begin title hunt", 98-Apr-03:1C
"Captains claim 4th win in row", 98-Apr-11:1C
"Captains closer role undetermined", 98-Mar-28:5C
"Captains continue road success with victory against Jackson", 98-Apr-09:1C
"Captains get awards at Winter Meetings", 98-Dec-17:2C
"Captains get early glimpse into their future", 98-July-25:5C
"Captains get new pitching coach", 98-Dec-10:4C
"Captains hitting coach won't return in 1999", 98-Nov-04:6C
"Captains loaded with prospects", 98-Mar-31:1C
"Captains look at year of transition", 98-Mar-09:1C
"Captains manager forming his lineup", 98-Apr-01:3C
"Captains outfielder discovers opening night to remember", 98-Apr-03:1C
"Captains put final touches on roster", 98-Mar-29:1D
"Captains stay cool as season gets under way", 98-Apr-03:3C
"Captains struggle in 1998", 98-Aug-31:1C
"Captains survive Arkansas rally", 98-Apr-04:1C
"Captains to be on TV more this year", 98-Feb-03:1C
"Captains try their hand at beep ball", 98-Aug-17:1B
"Captains' best balance winning, development", 98-May-20:1C
"Captains' Charles named all-star", 98-June-23:1C
"Captains' field only facility set for future", 98-Apr-24:1A
"Captains' Marvel conquers Generals", 98-Apr-08:1C
"Captains' park gets new look", 98-Dec-17:1C
"Captains' ugly season closes with 4-2 defeat", 98-Aug-30:1D
"Captains, Mudbugs say Shreveport businesses can support both", 98-Apr-21:1C
"Catcher has bright future", 98-Mar-26:1C
"Contract brightens future for Captains", 98-Apr-30:1C
"Former Captain Murray deserves call", 98-Mar-19:1C
"Generals eliminate Captains in first half", 98-June-05:1C
"Goodwill, Captains plan to work for more jobs", 98-Feb-05:8B
"Manager understands Captains tradition", 98-Feb-16:1C
"Mistakes costly to Captains", 98-June-14:1D
"Moves shape Captians roster", 98-Mar-27:3C
"Pro baseball is backin town", 98-Apr-02:1A
"Slump mystifies Captains", 98-May-30:1C
"Three Captains named Texas League All-Stars", 98-July-15:2C
"Turner to manage Captains", 98-Dec-02:3C
"Wotus finally finds big leagues", 98-July-15:1C
Shreveport-Chamber of Commerce
"Beaird named Shreveport Industry of the Year", 98-Oct-21:8B
"Brooks launches 'Walk of Stars'", 98-Jan-23:1D
"Chamber forms education panel", 98-Jan-25:1A
"Chamber head finds year busy and productive", 98-Oct-11:1C
"Chamber honors small businesses", 98-Dec-08:6B
"Chamber wants volunteers to benefit eighth-graders", 98-Jan-30:8B
"Chambers see more diversity", 98-Dec-04:1A
"Consultants say arena may cost $55M", 98-Feb-18:1B
"Dream of entertainment district still alive", 98-Jan-25:1C
"Groups focus on efforts to build area's economy", 98-Aug-28:6B
"Shreveport is TV movie location", 98-Aug-21:6D
"Survey sees strengths in Shreveport", 98-Apr-21:1B
"The 8th Annual Athena Awards", 98-Aug-30:2B
Shreveport-City Council
"'98 bond project list goes to council", 98-Feb-09:1A
"African-American multicultural commission delayed by council", 98-Oct-14:3B
"All of Shreveport may see once-weekly trash pickups", 98-Jan-07:1B
"Arena hearing garners little public interest", 98-Sep-16:1B
"Bert Kouns traffic flow to improve", 98-Dec-08:1A
"Billboards up, but is he running?", 98-Apr-28:3B
"Bossier City faced with weekly trash pickup", 98-Mar-05:1B
"Cablevision is prepared to expand", 98-Jan-27:1B
"Change in benefits upsets civil workers", 98-Nov-05:4B
"Cities to review regulations on vehicles for hire", 98-Aug-11:1B
"Citizens band together to improve North Shreveport", 98-July-31:1A
"Citizens discuss brutality", 98-Nov-17:1A
"City budget hearing set for today", 98-Nov-10:1B
"City Council begins hearing 1999 budget plan", 98-Oct-20:1B
"City Council gives go-ahead to festival site", 98-Apr-29:2B
"City councilmen study privatizing some services", 98-Apr-10:1A
"City may expand tax break plan", 98-Apr-11:1A
"City scales down economic proposal", 98-Apr-29:2B
"Construction boom delays city projects", 98-July-27:1B
"Consultant recommends city convention center", 98-Mar-25:1A
"Consultants say arena may cost $55M", 98-Feb-18:1B
"Contractors endorse Green, Robinson for council seats", 98-Oct-28:3B
"Cooper urges better complaint follow-ups", 98-Aug-12:1B
"Council delays police review panel proposal", 98-Sep-09:1B
"Council eyes race relations", 98-Dec-09:1A
"Council finds commom ground", 98-Aug-15:1A
"Council OKs new Harrah's contract", 98-Feb-25:1A
"Council postpones vote on road name change", 98-Aug-26:3B
"Council races unfazed by amendment", 98-Oct-05:1B
"Council rejects citizens panel", 98-July-15:1A
"Council seeks input on Harrah's lease renewal", 98-Feb-20:1B
"Council to consider once-weekly trash collection", 98-Jan-27:1B
"Council to form planning committee", 98-Sep-23:3B
"Councilman joins race for mayor", 98-May-19:1B
"Councilman to bid for re-election", 98-July-10:1B
"Councilman wants feds to probe abuse claims", 98-May-10:1A
"Councilman's son in run-in with police", 98-June-13:1A
"Councilman: Shreveport police discriminate", 98-May-02:1A
"Customer service center plans on hold", 98-Sep-05:1B
"Downtown apartments questioned", 98-May-12:1B
"Effort afoot to change center and road names", 98-Aug-12:1B
"Election results", 98-Oct-04:11A
"Harrah's, mayor agree on new deal", 98-Jan-14:1A
"Hollywood Casino to change face of Shreveport riverfront", 98-Dec-01:1A
"Hollywood gets preliminary OK", 98-Mar-11:5B
"Ineffective contract costs city thousands", 98-Jan-15:1A
"March to decry police brutality", 98-June-14:1B
"Members appointed for Harrah's project", 98-Mar-14:1B
"Minority businesses key to success", 98-Aug-23:8A
"Multicultural tourism effort may get $50K boost", 98-Oct-13:1B
"New City Council brings diverse experience to job", 98-Nov-05:9A
"New City Council members get involved", 98-Nov-25:8A
"Parade parking free to lucky few", 98-Jan-14:1A
"Part of riverfront may not be in city", 98-May-12:1A
"Police Department faces funding cuts for 1999", 98-Oct-30:2B
"Police investigation law postponed", 98-Aug-25:1B
"Rally to call for end to police brutality", 98-June-19:1B
"Residents oppose street name change", 98-Dec-14:1B
"Residents upset over street name", 98-Dec-23:1B
"Retired teacher seeks council seat", 98-July-02:1B
"Seamless service eludes city", 98-Mar-26:1A
"Shreveport delays tourism funding", 98-Sep-09:2B
"Shreveport official backs Bossier arena", 98-Mar-18:1B
"Shreveport takes aim at underage gamblers", 98-May-06:1B
"Signal requested for intersection", 98-Jan-28:1B
"Stewart seeking council re-election", 98-June-23:1B
"Task force advises against privatization", 98-June-17:1B
"Traffic snarls challenge area drivers", 98-Feb-16:1A
"Utility proposal raises questions", 98-Apr-11:1A
"Voters show forgiving nature by redeeming former felons", 98-Nov-04:6A
"Weekly trash pick-up approved", 98-Jan-28:1B
"Woodlawn Avenue closure approaches", 98-Feb-12:1B
Shreveport-City Government
"Agent upset over way city does business", 98-Nov-16:1A
"Architect enters race for mayor", 98-Mar-31:1B
"Audit analyzes city, casino lease", 98-Nov-19:1B
"Baker resigns as city economic coordinator", 98-Aug-01:6B
"Board, city ink separate casino deals", 98-Mar-04:1B
"Bond refinancing to save city millions", 98-May-26:1A
"City asks residents to reduce water use", 98-June-30:1A
"City checks into fee hike for parking", 98-Dec-16:1A
"City combats potential sewer hazards", 98-Nov-09:1B
"City Courts look to move", 98-Mar-07:1B
"City marshall rounds up $5.9M in fines", 98-Feb-02:1A
"City officials glimpse propsed visitor center", 98-July-24:1B
"City to expedite Bert Kouns installation of traffic lights", 98-Sep-17:1A
"City traffic violators to get one-day service", 98-Jan-22:2B
"City wants to add two Weed and Seed sites", 98-Aug-11:1B
"City will go forward with festival site plan", 98-Apr-21:1A
"Committee to review convention center idea", 98-Aug-31:1B
"Consultant recommends city convention center", 98-Mar-25:1A
"Dumars to head water-sewer customer service", 98-Dec-05:1B
"Economic team gets a boost", 98-Dec-06:1B
"EWE probe blemishes La. gaming", 98-Oct-18:1A
"Group of citizens learns convention center plans", 98-July-10:3B
"Group: Ease process at City Hall", 98-Mar-04:1A
"Hightower chooses CAO", 98-Nov-11:1A
"Local attorney named as Shreveport lobbyist", 98-Dec-18:1B
"Mayor assembles task force to study privatization issue", 98-May-01:2B
"Mayor unveils plan for permanent festival site", 98-Feb-21:1A
"Mayor unveils plans for $1.3 million surplus", 98-Apr-27:1A
"Residents voice opinions about Shreveport arena plans", 98-Feb-20:1A
"Seamless service eludes city", 98-Mar-26:1A
"Shreveport mayor's race", 98-Jan-18:1A
"Shreveport picks firm for arena study", 98-Jan-27:3B
"Shreveport revisits case of fired permit director", 98-Mar-27:1A
"Study says city could save $7M", 98-Nov-07:1B
"Weekly garbage pickup saves money", 98-Dec-29:1A
"Weekly trash pickup expands", 98-Nov-03:1B
Shreveport-Downtown Airport
"Downtown Airport launches top event", 98-June-09:1B
"Pilots take to air to prepare for big race today", 98-June-08:2B
Shreveport-Economy
"Area grows into '98", 98-Jan-01:1A
"Area jobless rate dips to 4.8 percent", 98-Dec-29:1A
"Boeing plant finds niche", 98-July-26:1C
"Casinos, infrastructure push Ark-La-Tex economy", 98-Apr-01:6A
"Changing economy shapes work force development", 98-Feb-20:5A
"City loses prospect of 1,300 jobs", 98-Aug-18:6B
"City may download 1,300 jobs", 98-July-16:1A
"City's potential unseen by many", 98-Mar-08:1A
"Communities stop, go with more roads", 98-Feb-15:17A
"Company to hire 350 people", 98-Aug-18:6B
"Conference looks at future", 98-Feb-19:8B
"Conference looks to future", 98-Feb-04:8B
"Conference strives to keep area thriving", 98-Feb-15:1C
"Cooperation boosts economy", 98-Mar-29:1C
"Economic forum", 98-Apr-01:6A
"Economy booms for most in area", 98-June-28:1C
"Economy drives people to Bossier" [population statistics], 98-Oct-14:1A
"Economy holds tools for growth", 98-Mar-08:1C
"Economy strong, continues to grow", 98-June-28:1A
"Economy takes center stage", 98-Mar-31:1A
"Economy takes spotlight", 98-Apr-01:1A
"Employment growing" [statistics], 98-Oct-04:1C
"Farmers say they want to forget '98", 98-Sep-27:1C
"Forum aims to push local economy forward", 98-Mar-29:1A
"Fourth of July to bring big business boost", 98-July-04:6B
"Frigidaire cuts 150 local jobs", 98-Feb-14:1A
"Future home sales look healthy", 98-Feb-26:8B
"GM's return to work lowers jobless rate", 98-Sep-26:6B
"Groups focus on efforts to build area's economy", 98-Aug-28:6B
"Groups to focus on economic diversification in the area", 98-Apr-01:6A
"Growing economy focus of free forum", 98-Oct-19:6B
"Growth seen for local economy", 98-Oct-11:1C
"Hiring continues to soar to highest levels in 20 years", 98-May-27:6B
"Hold on, more business activity on the way", 98-Feb-07:1C
"Home sales highest since 1994", 98-Nov-08:24A
"Hotel industry keeps growing", 98-June-04:6B
"Hotel, retail jobs drive down unemployment", 98-Jan-27:1A
"Hotels feel pinch of more competition", 98-Feb-13:8B
"Hundreds of jobs come to town", 98-June-14:1C
"Industry employment demands vary", 98-July-17:8B
"Job outlook promising for grads", 98-Apr-26:1C
"Jobless rate dips in area" [statistics], 98-Oct-27:8B
"Jobless rate on verge of record low", 98-Nov-26:1A
"Local company develops economic change report", 98-Dec-14:6B
"Local jobs, unemployment make jumps", 98-Aug-26:6B
"Local unemployment dips to 4.7%", 98-Mar-26:1A
"March 31 forum to look at diversifying area economy", 98-Mar-08:1A
"More jobs predicted for area", 98-Oct-02:1A
"New plant would create 450-600 jobs", 98-June-02:1A
"Obstacles still block steel mill", 98-Oct-29:1A
"Quest for land heats up", 98-July-19:1A
"Regional efforts boost economy", 98-Mar-15:1C
"Retail sales fuel expansion", 98-Mar-02:1A
"Retailers expect jolly Christmas", 98-Oct-16:1A
"Right skills assure bright future", 98-Feb-20:1A
"Shreveport lands Ticketmaster, 250 jobs", 98-June-03:1A
"Shreveport sales tax revenues show promise", 98-Apr-15:1B
"Shreveport still in running for mill", 98-Sep-07:1A
"Shreveport's jobless rate climbs to 5 percent", 98-Apr-28:6B
"Shreveport's unemployment rate increases", 98-May-27:6B
"Shreveport, Bossier cost of living low", 98-Jan-27:6B
"Site of firm's headquarters questioned", 98-June-04:6B
"Strong economy entices natives home", 98-Apr-19:1A
"The world of highway finance is paved with gold", 98-Feb-15:17A
"Tickermaster expects to hire 700 in future", 98-June-04:6B
Shreveport-Environment
"2 arrested for dumping sewage", 98-Mar-14:2B
"Agency helps beautify I-20", 98-Jan-23:1B
"Anderson Island residents suffer setback in lawsuit", 98-Dec-10:1B
"Anderson Island tests to continue Tuesday", 98-May-17:5B
"Anderson Island to receive more tests", 98-Mar-22:11B
"Anderson Island to undergo DEQ tests", 98-Mar-05:1B
"Anderson Island undergoes more DEQ tests", 98-May-20:1B
"Area groups begin wildflower project", 98-Nov-18:2B
"Bag-A-Thon volunteers clean up city streets", 98-Mar-15:1B
"Beautification project needs help", 98-Apr-24:1B
"City combats potential sewer hazards", 98-Nov-09:1B
"City to put clay over Stoner Dump area", 98-May-11:1A
"Cleanup efforts seek volunteers", 98-Mar-12:3B
"DEQ to test Anderson Island soil today", 98-Aug-31:1B
"Recycling's popularity grows", 98-Sep-08:1B
"Residents join cleanup", 98-May-22:1B
"Sewer survey finds defects in Broadmoor", 98-Nov-09:3B
"Shreveport Green plans cleanup day", 98-Sep-10:1B
"Shreveport Green targets urban decay", 98-Jan-21:1E
"Shreveport Green to receive $4,000 from group in honor of it beautification work", 98-Nov-25:3B
"Shreveport Green unveils campaign", 98-Jan-29:1B
"Soil tests delayed in Anderson Island", 98-Aug-27:3B
"Soil tests must be redone" [Anderson Island], 98-Aug-17:1A
"State claims untreated sludge dumped in sewers", 98-June-18:1B
"State digs for answers" [Anderson Island], 98-Aug-01:1B
"Work to cover Stoner dump site slow to start", 98-July-06:2B
Shreveport-Festival Plaza
"Close call doesn't stop festival site", 98-Sep-26:1A
"Consus: Revel site good, could be better", 98-Oct-26:1B
"Festival site is ready to roll" All that's needed now are revelers", 98-Oct-02:1A
"Revelers invade Festival Plaza", 98-Oct-05:1B
Shreveport-Fire Dept.
"2 retire at SFD, 26 others promoted", 98-June-30:1B
"Central water system sought for Caddo area", 98-July-27:1B
"City fire stations to get fitness equipment", 98-Mar-14:1B
"Department 'burns' fireproof building", 98-Apr-28:1B
"Estimated fire station cost rises", 98-July-30:1B
"Fire Department lists promotions", 98-Nov-05:1B
"Fire station dedicated at Regional Airport", 98-Apr-29:1B
"Firefighters battle weather", 98-July-16:1B
"Firefighters' bill could lower insurance rates", 98-July-31:1B
"Fireworks banned in city limits", 98-June-24:1A
"Laser-sighted service makes bomb squad's job safer", 98-May-10:1B
"Medic chosen for burn camp", 98-Aug-05:3B
"Police, fire memorial planned for riverfront", 98-May-03:1B
"Police, fire memorial to rise on riverfront", 98-Dec-11:2B
"Several promoted, 6 retire froom city Fire Department", 98-May-13:3B
"SFD announces two promotions", 98-Nov-17:1B
"SFD district chief gets Moose award", 98-Nov-24:1B
"Shreveport adds medic units", 98-July-18:1A
"Shreveport gives police, firefighters pay increases", 98-Aug-02:1A
"Shreveport's fire rating remains among best in state", 98-Jan-02:2A
"Woman firefighter 'ideal', chief says", 98-Nov-18:1E
"Women scarce in fire departments", 98-May-05:1B
Shreveport-Gilbert and Sullivan Society
"Operetta group postpones production", 98-Feb-14:5D
Shreveport-Little Theatre
"'A Tuna Christmas' on SLT's schedule", 98-July-28:3D
"'Bell, Book and Candle' cast chosen", 98-Aug-18:3D
"'Bell, Book, Candle' a nice offering", 98-Sep-12:3D
"'Dearly Departed' to debut Thursday", 98-Mar-10:2D
"'Ravenscroft' mystery is pleasant", 98-Jan-24:5D
"'Romance' falls a little flat", 98-May-23:3D
"'Romance, Romance' cast named", 98-May-11:3D
"'Tuna Christmas' is hands-down winner", 98-Oct-31:4D
"Cast announced for 'Ravenscroft'", 98-Jan-08:3D
"Cast chosen for SLT's 'Dearly Departed'", 98-Mar-02:3D
"Little Theatre 'Godspell' auditions", 98-Oct-29:4D
"Little Theatre hopes to cast a little magic", 98-Sep-08:2D
"Little Theatre looking for some 'Tuna' help", 98-Oct-12:3D
"Murder, mystery will be the order in 'Ravenscroft'", 98-Jan-18:7E
"Play gives teens a voice", 98-June-26:1A
"SLT offering play written by students", 98-June-23:3D
"SLT's 'Dearly Departed' is something else", 98-Mar-14:5D
"Theater seeks cast for 'Tuna Christmas'", 98-Aug-11:2D
"Theatergoers can have a little 'Romance'", 98-May-20:5D
Shreveport-Metropolitan Ballet
"'Nutcracker' brings holiday cheer to weekend", 98-Dec-07:1D
"'Nutcracker' is precious, dazzling", 98-Dec-13:6B
"Ballet to perform 'Under the Stars'", 98-Sep-08:2D
"Ballet troupe to perform 'Spring Trilogy'", 98-Apr-28:2D
"Shreveport Metropolitan Ballet to host historic tour", 98-Apr-20:1D
Shreveport-Metropolitan Planning Commission
"'Shreveport is losing a lot of its history'", 98-Apr-16:1A
"Board says no to theaters", 98-Sep-03:1A
"Come together at the Red River", 98-Mar-08:17A
"Commission looks to protect Fairfield", 98-Sep-17:1B
"Conflict looms over East 70th rezoning", 98-Nov-02:1A
"Fairfield residents bracing for fight", 98-Aug-01:1A
"Festival site joins master plan", 98-Apr-02:2B
"Neighbors oppose mall's plans: owners consider tearing down St. Vincent's school, convent", 98-July-16:1A
"North Shreveport presents development plan", 98-June-18:1B
"Riverfront master plan still not on books", 98-Jan-02:1A
"Road's prolonged closure angers area residents", 98-Nov-19:1B
Shreveport-Mudbugs
"Amarillo ends Bugs road trip with loss", 98-Jan-18:3D
"Blain's knee bothers new team's coach", 98-Jan-01:4C
"Bossier City dome no pipe dream", 98-Feb-11:1A
"Bossier City officials look at Plaman's roots", 98-Feb-11:2A
"Broken wrist to keep Muscutt out for 6 weeks", 98-Feb-05:1C
"Bugs begin title quest", 98-Oct-15:1C
"Bugs bounce back for 6-1 win", 98-Feb-01:1D
"Bugs claim 7th win in a row", 98-Feb-27:1C
"Bugs claim Game 1", 98-Mar-21:1C
"Bugs clinch playoff berth", 98-Feb-22:1D
"Bugs defensemen also providing offensive power", 98-Dec-18:5C
"Bugs dig big hole, trail 2-0", 98-Apr-06:1C
"Bugs edge Brahmas in shootout", 98-Feb-04:1C
"Bugs face Russian team", 98-Dec-27:1D
"Bugs fall to Ice Pirates in penalty-filled contest", 98-Mar-06:1C
"Bugs fall to Stampede in shootout", 98-Mar-08:1D
"Bugs fight way to 7-5 victory", 98-Oct-10:1D
"Bugs get ready for 2nd round", 98-Apr-03:1C
"Bugs go through transition", 98-Jan-03:1C
"Bugs goalies have much in common", 98-Dec-21:1C
"Bugs have enough Power", 98-Jan-24:1C
"Bugs indulge in scorefest for 10-1 romp", 98-Jan-04:1D
"Bugs let lead slip away, 6-3", 98-Mar-04:1C
"Bugs look for relief with lease", 98-Apr-15:1C
"Bugs need win and some help", 98-Mar-15:1D
"Bugs one win from advancing", 98-Mar-23:1C
"Bugs power past El Paso", 98-Feb-08:1D
"Bugs roster won't change dramatically", 98-Apr-14:1C
"Bugs sign all-time assist leader", 98-Sep-15:1C
"Bugs still hot after first half", 98-Jan-11:1D
"Bugs stomp Central Texas", 98-Feb-12:1C
"Bugs stop Moccasins", 98-Oct-10:1C
"Bugs suffer fourth shootout loss in row", 98-Mar-13:1C
"Bugs take to the road", 98-Mar-05:1C
"Bugs upset by Jackalopes", 98-Jan-05:1C
"Bugs' debut a success story", 98-Apr-12:1D
"Bugs' goalie back", 98-Oct-08:1C
"Bugs' slide ends too late", 98-Mar-16:1C
"Bugs' St. Pierre will return for Game 3", 98-Apr-07:1C
"Bugs' win streak ends at 7 games", 98-Mar-01:1D
"Bugs, Stampede face losing scorers", 98-Mar-22:1D
"C. Texas forces Game 4 with win", 98-Mar-28:1C
"Captains, Mudbugs say Shreveport businesses can support both", 98-Apr-21:1C
"Depleted Mudbugs plan to sign player", 98-Feb-09:3C
"Down 3-0, Bugs dig huge hole", 98-Apr-08:1C
"Fans continue to show love for Bugs", 98-Oct-16:1A
"Firm sues for $100,000 over Hirsch Coliseum ice", 98-Feb-10:1B
"Former Mudbugs returns triumphant", 98-Feb-26:1C
"Giordano's relationship with contractor looks bad", 98-Feb-15:1D
"GlacierCats stop Bugs in opener", 98-Oct-16:1C
"Goalie, Bugs stifle Wizards", 98-Jan-25:1D
"Hat trick propels Bugs to 5-3 win", 98-Jan-21:1C
"Heisserer fired as Bugs' GM", 98-Jan-01:1C
"Hockey will shape arena", 98-Mar-13:1A
"Ice Pirates stop Bugs in shootout", 98-Feb-07:1C
"Jackson pushes Bugs by Ice Bats", 98-Feb-15:1D
"Ladybugs are heatin' up the ice", 98-Mar-18:1E
"Last option good enough for Bug", 98-Feb-14:1C
"Late goal sweeps Bugs' season away", 98-Apr-11:1C
"Mudbug's wife brings stability", 98-Feb-02:1C
"Mudbugs and hockey fever return with exhibition tonight", 98-Oct-06:1A
"Mudbugs begin bid for crown", 98-Mar-17:1C
"Mudbugs build a home", 98-Jan-10:1A
"Mudbugs claim Louisiana Cup championship", 98-Feb-07:3C
"Mudbugs coach could be around for some time", 98-Mar-14:4C
"Mudbugs comeback thwarted", 98-Apr-04:1C
"Mudbugs defeat El Paso", 98-Jan-15:1C
"Mudbugs equipped for success", 98-Jan-19:1C
"Mudbugs fall in close game", 98-Apr-08:1A
"Mudbugs give up control", 98-Mar-14:1C
"Mudbugs goalie a no-show in camp", 98-Sep-30:1C
"Mudbugs goalie doesn't slow down for summer", 98-Aug-06:1C
"Mudbugs goalie fares well after scare", 98-Mar-12:1C
"Mudbugs inaugural season a success", 98-Mar-15:1A
"Mudbugs ink ex-NHL player", 98-Sep-17:1C
"Mudbugs lose three players", 98-May-31:1D
"Mudbugs must win or it's over", 98-Apr-10:1C
"Mudbugs open series with Central Texas", 98-Mar-20:1C
"Mudbugs owner pledges arena by 2002", 98-Feb-03:1A
"Mudbugs polish off Stampede in 4-3 win", 98-Mar-29:1D
"Mudbugs prepare for sweep", 98-Mar-27:1C
"Mudbugs reflect on good season", 98-Apr-12:1A
"Mudbugs return tonight", 98-Oct-06:1C
"Mudbugs see surge from Power", 98-Feb-23:1C
"Mudbugs set to open camp today", 98-Sep-29:1C
"Mudbugs ship Jackson to Corpus Christi for future help", 98-July-01:1C
"Mudbugs shouldn't blame sweep on bad breaks", 98-Apr-12:1D
"Mudbugs sign ECHL's all-time leading scorer", 98-July-10:2C
"Mudbugs skate past Central Texas, 4-3", 98-Mar-21:1A
"Mudbugs skate past Moccasins, 6-4", 98-Oct-07:1C
"Mudbugs start new season as favorite", 98-Oct-15:1A
"Mudbugs surviving life on the road", 98-Oct-31:4C
"Mudbugs will open '98 season homeless", 98-Feb-04:1A
"Mudbugs wiped out by goalie", 98-Jan-30:1C
"Mudbugs' nucleus to remain intact", 98-June-03:3C
"Muscutt returns to give Mudbugs emotional charge", 98-Mar-21:6C
"Muscutt's play key to Mudbugs' victory", 98-Feb-01:8D
"Neufeld, Mudbugs overwhelm Ice Pirates", 98-Jan-09:1C
"Outlaws gun down Mudbugs", 98-Jan-17:1C
"Power plays can propel Mudbugs in postseason", 98-Mar-19:3C
"Road trips aren't fun for Bugs", 98-Jan-18:1D
"Shootout woes continue for Bugs", 98-Mar-11:1C
"St. Pierre ready for semifinals", 98-Apr-01:1C
"St. Pierre sets record in Bugs win", 98-Feb-21:1C
"St. Pierre to return", 98-Mar-31:1C
"Stat is useful tool for Bugs", 98-Feb-17:1C
"Struggling Mudbugs fall in Waco shootout", 98-Mar-07:1C
"Vecchiarelli gets new life with Bugs", 98-Dec-09:1C
"Where are they now", 98-Jan-27:1C
"Win helps steer Mudbugs toward title", 98-Mar-02:1C
"Winning faceoffs an important aspect of team's success", 98-Jan-31:5C
"WPHL: Coaches must keep control", 98-Mar-24:1C
Shreveport-Opera
"'Carmen' reviews offered by opera", 98-Sep-08:2D
"'Macbeth' offers appealing story", 98-Mar-17:2D
"Met Winners Concert proves winner for small audience", 98-May-17:5B
"Not much action in 'Macbeth' production", 98-Mar-22:12B
"Opera company to hold 'Macbeth' previews", 98-Feb-26:5D
"Opera growing in popularity", 98-Feb-28:11J
"Opera Guild's Les Boutiques de Noel puts us in Christmas spirit", 98-Nov-01:1E
"Opera names 'Singer of the Year' winner", 98-Mar-14:5D
"Opera opens 50th with 'Carmen'", 98-Sep-22:1D
"Opera schedules auditions", 98-Nov-10:2D
"Opera to stage the familiar", 98-Aug-04:2D
"Opera's 'Cosi fan tutte' was well sung", 98-Nov-23:3D
"Shreveport Opera announcs 'Jesus Christ Superstar' for April", 98-Dec-15:2D
"Shreveport Opera plans Met Winners Concert", 98-May-12:2D
"Shreveport Opera readying Mozart's 'Cosi fan tutte'", 98-Nov-17:2D
"Shreveport Opera sets preview parties", 98-Nov-05:4D
"Shreveport Opera's 'Carmen' a solid start", 98-Sep-27:6B
Shreveport-Pirates
"City sues Pirates again", 98-Nov-05:4B
Shreveport-Police Dept.
"Applicants sought for police auxiliary", 98-Jan-13:1B
"Bayou Walk patrols boosted", 98-Feb-18:1A
"Bossier police ad backs Shreveport", 98-Aug-01:3B
"Brutality charges sting city", 98-May-06:1A
"Brutality inquiry to be short, FBI says", 98-May-22:1A
"Citizens Academy seeks participants", 98-Nov-15:1B
"Citizens claim police abuse", 98-May-05:1A
"Citizens discuss brutality", 98-Nov-17:1A
"City crime on steady decline", 98-May-17:1A
"City needs police recruits", 98-Nov-09:1A
"City to purchase new police cars", 98-Dec-28:1A
"City's homicide rate falls", 98-Apr-07:1A
"City, police closer to settlement of pay dispute", 98-Apr-28:3B
"Community ready to honor police", 98-Sep-16:1B
"Complaints prompt rally", 98-June-21:1A
"Cooper to present police review plan", 98-June-23:1A
"Cooper's crusade takes toll on officers", 98-June-21:14A
"Cooper: Complaints spur action", 98-June-21:14A
"Councilman: Shreveport police discriminate", 98-May-02:1A
"Crime rate declines again in Shreveport" [statistics], 98-July-07:1A
"Crime still serious despite decline" [statistics], 98-Nov-23:1A
"Crime takes a dive citywide" [statistics], 98-Jan-14:1A
"Fallen officers remembered", 98-May-12:1B
"FBI to investigate police shooting", 98-July-30:1B
"Fraternity gets active in stopping truancy", 98-Jan-18:1B
"Injured police officer put on medical leave", 98-Feb-18:3A
"Local crime rate continues to drop" [statictics], 98-Aug-16:1B
"Man cites brutality in arrest", 9-Apr-21:1A
"March to decry police brutality", 98-June-14:1B
"Mayor holds fate of police building", 98-Dec-11:2B
"Memos scrutinize police conduct", 98-Aug-22:1A
"NAACP will form group to investigate police", 98-July-29:1A
"New police cruiser ready to roll", 98-Jan-29:1B
"Nine Shreveport officers promoted", 98-Nov-17:1B
"Officer honored for actions", 98-Nov-19:2B
"Officers try two wheels", 98-Apr-09:1B
"Officials to query police actions", 98-Sep-23:1A
"Patrol officer jobs open in Shreveport", 98-Oct-24:11B
"Police crackdown aimed at Stoner Hill", 98-May-15:1B
"Police Department faces funding cuts for 1999", 98-Oct-30:2B
"Police Department promotes officers", 98-July-02:1B
"Police investigation law postponed", 98-Aug-25:1B
"Police officer, programs get state awards", 98-June-25:1B
"Police officers get promotions today", 98-Feb-13:1B
"Police rev new motorcycles", 98-May-19:1B
"Police suit over back pay remains unsettled", 98-Mar-31:1B
"Police to implement take-home car program", 98-Dec-15:1A
"Police to promote four officers today", 98-Aug-17:1B
"Police use grant money to target repeat offenders", 98-Nov-16:1A
"Police vote to endorse Hightower", 98-Sep-05:1A
"Police, DA beef up sex crime investigations", 98-Dec-31:1B
"Police, fire memorial planned for riverfront", 98-May-03:1B
"Police, fire memorial to rise on riverfront", 98-Dec-11:2B
"Popular pamphlet addresses conduct during a police stop", 98-Sep-14:3B
"Prator defends officer", 98-July-28:1A
"Prator stands behind officers", 98-May-06:6A
"Probe indicates five officers acted properly", 98-June-24:5B
"Probe of city shooting sent to Justice Department", 98-Oct-28:1B
"Psychological tests help screen applicants", 98-Aug-22:7A
"Rally to call for end to police brutality", 98-June-19:1B
"Residents share their stories", 98-June-21:15A
"Shreveport crime falls in '97" [statistics], 98-Jan-12:1A
"Shreveport gives police, firefighters pay increases", 98-Aug-02:1A
"Shreveport names new assistant police chief", 98-July-31:2B
"Shreveport officer receives award", 98-Sep-09:1B
"Shreveport officers get promotions", 98-Mar-06:1B
"Shreveport police accept applications", 98-Mar-19:1B
"Shreveport police name top officers", 98-Jan-23:1B
"Shreveport police promote 3 officers", 98-Oct-19:1B
"Shreveport police will swear in assistant chief", 98-June-01:1B
"Shreveport, police 'not all that far apart' on back pay", 98-May-05:3B
"Shreveport, police officers settle pay lawsuit", 98-May-20:1B
"Simple as black & white?", 98-May-24:1A
"SPD K-9 unit adds three dogs", 98-Sep-26:1B
"SPD unveils mobile command center", 98-Aug-04:3B
"Strategy targets misdemeanors in high-crime areas", 98-Aug-22:7A
"Truancy center set to open in Highland", 98-Sep-11:1B
"Video camera assist officers, courts", 98-May-24:6A
"Weed and Seed area opens truancy center", 98-Dec-02:4B
Shreveport-Regional Airport
"$26M airport renovation in full swing", 98-May-15:1A
"Airport plans for the future", 98-July-05:1C
"Airport receives more money for upgrades", 98-Mar-10:1B
"Changes to fuel airport", 98-Feb-07:1C
"Construction at airport moves forward", 98-July-03:1B
"Fire station dedicated at Regional Airport", 98-Apr-29:1B
"Local agencies tighten security", 98-Aug-22:11B
"Regional airport boosted by American Eagle service", 98-Aug-11:6B
"Renovations of airport worth hassle", 98-Feb-26:1B
"Renovations to airport in full swing", 98-Mar-28:1B
"Shreveport Regional an 'obstacle course'", 98-Sep-04:1B
"Shreveport-Chicago flights get OK", 98-Apr-25:8B
Shreveport-Regional Sports Authority
"Shreveport could host exhibitions", 98-Mar-18:1C
"Southland may go elsewhere", 98-May-10:1D
Shreveport-Riverfront Development
"Come together at the Red River", 98-Mar-08:17A
"Mayor outlines riverfront recreation plan", 98-June-11:1A
"Part of riverfront may not be in city", 98-May-12:1A
"Riverfront master plan still not on books", 98-Jan-02:1A
"Riverfront will see big changes", 98-May-22:1B
"Why does riverfront park keep flooding?", 98-Jan-26:1A
Shreveport-Symphony
"'Guys and Dolls' sparks concert", 98-Mar-15:6B
"Beethoven beckons", 98-Sep-08:1D
"Broadway will come to The Strand", 98-Nov-10:3D
"Cellist boosts symphony concert", 98-Nov-08:2B
"Concert-pair to feature pianist", 98-Mar-03:2D
"Conductors share a passion for the symphony", 98-Dec-16:1E
"Cultural exchange", 98-Jan-06:1D
"Fantasies, fairy tales on symphony's bill", 98-Jan-18:8E
"Guest pianist pumps Shreveport Symphony", 98-Mar-08:2B
"Kenny Wayne Shepherd gets honors", 98-Dec-19:1B
"Memorable 'Schedherazade' sparks orchestra program", 98-Jan-25:2B
"New shell accents great performance", 98-Sep-13:5B
"Opening night scary for first conductor", 98-Feb-06:2A
"Orchestra reaches out to children", 98-Oct-06:1D
"Piano contest winner returns for concert", 98-May-05:2D
"Shreveport Symphony hits half-century mark", 98-Aug-01:11A
"Shreveport Symphony offers free program", 98-Feb-26:5D
"Silver medalist to perform during symphony's concert- pair", 98-Mar-31:2D
"Solid outing caps Shreveport symphony season", 98-May-10:2B
"Symphony announces 1998-99 board", 98-July-31:7D
"Symphony closes season on 'Blue' note", 98-May-30:4D
"Symphony conductor to lecture at store", 98-Oct-29:4D
"Symphony enjoys success", 98-Jan-10:5D
"Symphony holds fund-raiser raffle", 98-Jan-29:1D
"Symphony marks 50 years", 98-Feb-06:1A
"Symphony names Gold new executive director", 98-Jan-28:1B
"Symphony nears its 50th year", 98-Nov-03:2D
"Symphony offering Beethoven this weekend", 98-Oct-20:2D
"Symphony offers sitar music", 98-Sep-15:2D
"Symphony plans Tiny Tots Concert", 98-Apr-21:2D
"Symphony pops concert gets a pictorial boost", 98-Feb-01:2B
"Symphony pops program to bring music and pictures", 98-Jan-25:8E
"Symphony program to air on KDAQ", 98-Oct-23:4D
"Symphony provides atmosphere of love", 98-Feb-10:2D
"Symphony schedules Tiny Tots concert", 98-Feb-25:3D
"Symphony schedules Tiny Tots Concert", 98-May-19:3D
"Symphony tells 'Guys and Dolls' story", 98-Mar-10:2D
"Symphony tries a youthful approach", 98-Sep-29:1D
"Symphony turns in class concert", 98-Oct-25:5B
"Symphony's 'Broadway Nights' was super pops", 98-Nov-14:4D
"The symphony gets star struck", 98-May-26:1D
Shreveport-Times
"'Angels' takes top honors", 98-June-28:2B
"Advocate is paper of year", 98-Apr-26:2B
"Drama earns 8 nominations", 98-June-16:2D
"Fireworks spectacular will go on despite ban", 98-July-02:1A
"Press women name winners, elect officers", 98-Apr-26:2B
"Times Drama Awards set for Saturday", 98-June-23:3D
"Times launches three Internet sites", 98-Apr-05:1A
Shyne, Joe
"2 former members return to council", 98-Nov-04:1A
Southern University
"Ex-chancellor named professor", 98-June-22:4B
"Southern experiences enrollment crunch", 98-Mar-02:5B
"Southern U. campus chief pushes recruiting", 98-June-22:4B
"Southern's board looks to boost recruiting", 98-Nov-02:5B
"Southern-BR names chancellor", 98-Jan-12:5B
Southern University-Shreveport
"Businessman to speak at SUSBO", 98-Apr-23:1B
"Colleges improve with grants", 98-June-11:1B
"Construction nears completion on SUSBO recreation facility", 98-Nov-06:1B
"Ex-chancellor convicted on all tax counts", 98-Jan-07:1B
"Former SUSBO chancellor sentenced to prison for tax crimes", 98-May-07:1B
"LSUS, Southern co-sponsor black history events", 98-Feb-08:3B
"LSUS, SUSBO enrollments rise", 98-Feb-09:1A
"Officials want to fill SUSBO's top job quickly", 98-Apr-28:1B
"Search for chancellor to end soon", 98-Oct-12:1B
"SUSBO celebrates Women's Week", 98-Mar-31:1B
"SUSBO chancellor Greene resigns", 98-Apr-25:1B
"SUSBO chancellor race down to two", 98-Oct-31:1A
"SUSBO chancellor search to pick up steam this week", 98-June-01:3B
"SUSBO graduates 134, its largest class", 98-May-13:1B
"SUSBO introduces distance learning initiative", 98-Oct-19:1B
"SUSBO names chancellor", 98-Nov-01:1A
"SUSBO panel tackles chancellor search", 98-June-05:1B
"SUSBO radiothon helps students attain college", 98-Mar-21:1B
"SUSBO radiothon raises $27,000", 98-Mar-22:12B
"SUSBO students hope to influence decision", 98-Oct-22:2B
"SUSBO to discuss health issues", 98-Oct-25:3B
"SUSBO to host College Day", 98-Apr-17:1B
"SUSBO to offer new program", 98-Aug-20:1B
"SUSBO to sponsor area health fair", 98-Nov-26:1B
"Tax trial of ex-SUSBO chief begins", 98-Jan-06:3B
"Wife of ex-SUSBO head pleads guilty to fraud", 98-Jan-14:1B
Southfield School
"Private school raises $2M", 98-Nov-01:3B
"Pumpkins shine on clear night", 98-Oct-28:1B
SPAR
"'Poolman' gets Shreveport ready to swim", 98-May-23:1B
"City's top SPAR job remains open", 98-Mar-23:1A
"Ex-SPAR chief gets jail for theft", 98-Feb-06:1A
"Former SPAR coordinator enters plea", 98-Oct-28:3B
"Out of jail, Johnson in law school", 98-Aug-19:1B
"Renovations improve Airport Park facilities", 98-Aug-27:1B
"Residency at issue in SPAR nomination", 98-Mar-30:1A
"SPAR to observe health, fitness day", 98-Sep-23:1B
"Tennis champ's skills endure" [Helene McCarter], 98-July-14:1C
SRAC
"'Christmas in the Sky' unfurls tonight", 98-Dec-05:1A
"'Leaf Men' rakes in national attention", 98-May-05:1A
"A patron of the arts", 98-May-17:1E
"Annual art festival to begin", 98-Apr-25:5D
"Another set of artists will do sculptures", 98-Jan-08:3B
"Artist hopes his works cast mood of civic pride", 98-June-19:1A
"Artist offers insight into motherhood, spousal relations", 98-Oct-13:1D
"Arts Council plans March meetings", 98-Feb-24:1B
"Arts funding aids cultural preservation", 98-Mar-01:17A
"Arts grant to fund film project", 98-June-19:2A
"Arts meetings begin today", 98-May-11:1B
"Brainstorming nets ideas for SRAC to consider", 98-Oct-18:5B
"Bridge to be dark in remembrance", 98-Dec-01:1B
"Cast sought for 'Leaf Men'", 98-Jan-30:1D
"Christmas in the Sky raises about $300,000", 98-Dec-08:1A
"Christmas in the Sky wins award", 98-Jan-08:1B
"Christmas in the Sky", 98-Nov-15:1E
"Court asked to strike art decency standards", 98-Apr-01:1A
"Downtowm artist live/work space nears reality", 98-Sep-06:1B
"Downtown apartments generate interest", 98-Oct-16:1B
"Downtown Neon Saturday Nights draw to a close", 98-Sep-20:1B
"Downtown Neon Saturday Nights seeks artists", 98-May-03:9E
"Downtown Neon to be staged again", 98-Apr-14:1B
"Downtown to be bathed in neon", 98-June-19:3E
"Downtown's heart and sole", 98-Feb-28:8J
"Find value of arts in city streets", 98-Mar-01:17A
"Gallery puts artists out front", 98-July-21:1D
"Governor honors arts patron", 98-May-04:3D
"Grants bring art to rural areas", 98-Sep-24:1A
"Groups will perform a different kind of theatre", 98-July-14:1D
"It's time for an Art Break", 98-May-01:3E
"Large truck destroys some of bridge's neon", 98-Mar-11:1A
"Last one turn out the lights", 98-Sep-18:3E
"Neon lights up streets", 98-June-21:1B
"Reception, exhibit to honor local artists", 98-Aug-04:2D
"Series of meetings to focus on arts", 98-Sep-06:1B
"Sold-out crowd hails the world premiere of 'Leaf Men'", 98-May-09:1A
"SRAC awards individual minigrants", 98-Jan-15:2D
"SRAC fund-raiser seeking volunteers", 98-Sep-22:3D
"SRAC gets donated art gallery space", 98-Feb-18:3D
"SRAC is the prescription for a surviving community", 98-Oct-14:1B
"SRAC meetings in July announced", 98-June-29:1B
"SRAC names artist team for performance residency", 98-Jan-15:1D
"SRAC names artists for mural", 98-Jan-07:1D
"SRAC opens Christmas in the Sky work space", 98-Aug-20:4D
"SRAC places call to artists", 98-Feb-28:8J
"SRAC registry open for multi-disciplines", 98-June-24:2E
"SRAC to host ice cream social", 98-July-23:5D
"Tackle other priorities with tax funds", 98-Mar-01:17A
"Texas Street bridge gets face lift for pageant", 98-Feb-22:1B
"Third-grade students break for art celebration", 98-Apr-30:1B
"Tribute concert honors local legend Lead Belly", 98-July-17:5E
"Variety music showcase", 98-Aug-14:3E
Stierman, Vernon C.
"Former broadcaster Stierman dies", 98-June-11:5B
"Obituary", 98-June-11:4B
Strand Theatre
"'Dance Alive!' to be at Strand", 98-Feb-03:2D
"'Gone With the Wind' epic brings fond memories for local moviegoers of all ages", 98-July-28:1D
"'Grease' radiates energy to sold-out Strand audiences", 98-Mar-09:3D
"'Grease' returning to Strand Theatre as a special", 98-Dec-15:2D
"'Joseph' is solid Strand hit", 98-Jan-17:5D
"'Leaf Men' cast announced", 98-Apr-15:3D
"'Leaf Men' rakes in national attention", 98-May-05:1A
"'Leaf Men' sets, costumes dazzle", 98-May-09:6D
"'Stomp' show wows patrons", 98-Nov-05:4D
"'West Side Story' smashing", 98-Mar-22:12B
"Broadway will come to The Strand", 98-Nov-10:3D
"Concert rescheduled at The Strand", 98-Sep-12:3D
"Cosby's coming to town", 98-July-05:1E
"Dancers get chance to shine in Strand show", 98-Feb-08:3D
"Dorsey show enjoyable, but no chills and thrills", 98-Sep-27:6B
"Engelbert shakes' em up at The Strand", 98-Aug-31:3D
"Ex-Strand executive accused of theft", 98-Dec-11:1B
"Fantasy takes teamwork", 98-May-05:1D
"Humperdinck to open Strand's new season", 98-Aug-25:3D
"Korean ballet troupe to stage 'Swan Lake'", 98-Mar-24:2D
"Salute to WWII songs a winner", 98-Jan-27:3D
"Smokey Robinson brings more love to Strand", 98-Jan-02:3D
"Sounds of Dorsey to invade Strand", 98-Sep-22:2D
"Traditional version of 'Nutcracker' dances its way into local fans' heart", 98-Nov-10:1D
"WWII music to be performed at The Strand", 98-Jan-19:3D
Streun, Memory Lee
"Centenary program set for Sunday", 98-June-20:3B
"Obituary", 98-Mar-27:4B
"Veteran local actress Streun dies at age 82", 98-Mar-25:2B
Sutton, Hal
"Sutton captures Tour win", 98-Nov-02:1A
"Sutton close to Tour lead", 98-Nov-01:3D
"Sutton rallies for Texas Open win", 98-Sep-28:1C
"Sutton tied for Greensboro lead", 98-Apr-25:3C
"Sutton's comeback complete", 98-Nov-02:1C
"Sutton's sterling iron play helps him grab Nelson lead", 98-May-16:5C
SWEPCO
"Barksdale teams with SWEPCO", 98-Oct-09:3B
"Heat strains electricity suppliers", 98-May-21:4B
"Law firm in SWRPCO probe still on the case", 98-June-19:2B
"SWEPCO adjusts policies, provides emergency funds", 98-Aug-06:2B
"SWEPCO appeals judge's bidding rule", 98-June-25:6B
"SWEPCO awards grant to Sci-Port", 98-Apr-01:1B
"SWEPCO chief ready for future", 98-July-02:6B
"SWEPCO disqualified from bidding", 98-June-18:1A
"SWEPCO makes offer to buy Cajun Electric for $905", 98-Jan-17:8B
"SWEPCO may bid on Cajun", 98-Aug-12:8B
"SWEPCO names new president", 98-Jan-23:8B
"SWEPCO parent seeks merger OK", 98-May-16:8B
"SWEPCO to clients: Y2K progress made", 98-Dec-09:1A
"SWEPCO's Cajun bid still alive", 98-July-14:8B
"SWEPCO, co-ops appeal disqualification from bid", 98-July-10:6B
"Thousands have dark Christmas", 98-Dec-26:1A

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Tarver, Sen. Greg
"Edwards' son talks with Feds", 98-Oct-24:1A
"EWE pleads not guilty, regrets gag order", 98-Nov-13:1A
"EWE, Tarver, others to be in court today", 98-Nov-12:1A
"Feds end 3-year inquiry of Tarver", 98-Jan-30:1A
"Governor pushes investigation of casino licensing", 98-Oct-25:1A
"Indictment perplexes Tarver, attorneys", 98-Nov-08:5A
"Indictment possible today for Edwards", 98-Nov-06:1A
"Investigation of Tarver justified, prosecutor says", 98-Jan-31:1B
"State Sen. Greg Tarver to be indicted, too", 98-Oct-07:1A
"Tarver faces 11 counts", 98-Nov-07:1A
"Tarver gets new lawyers", 98-Oct-23:1A
"Tarver refuses felony plea in EWE probe", 98-Oct-27:1A
"Tarver says Caddo Commission has insulted blacks", 98-Aug-15:1A
"Tarver seeks new attorney for federal gambling trial", 98-Dec-08:1B
"Tarver tied up in tempest", 98-Nov-02:1A
"What Tarver, other indicted players face", 98-Nov-08:5A
"Williams pondering Tarver flier", 98-Oct-08:1A
Tauzin, Rep. Billy
"Many political campaigns see drought of candidates", 98-Sep-07:1A
Teague, Foster S.
"Former Bossier School Board member Foster Teague dies", 98-Aug-30:5B
"Obituary", 98-Aug-31:2B
Texas and Pacific Station Railroad Museum
"Railroad museum becoming a reality", 98-Nov-29:1B
Toledo Bend
"Legislature to address lake's fluctuating depths", 98-Dec-15:1A
"More Toledo Bend growth is forseen", 98-July-15:1B
"Power plant, drought double trouble for lake", 98-June-30:1A
"Resort aims to lure retirees", 98-May-07:1A
"Toledo Bend sure to get shallower", 98-Aug-02:1A
Toms, David
"With family long gone, Toms masters course", 98-Apr-15:1C

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Vivian, La.
"Ex-mayor picks up pieces in Vivian", 98-Feb-10:1A
"Redbud Festival draws 20,000 to Vivian", 98-Mar-22:11B
"Vivian hails overdue centennial", 98-Oct-14:1E
"Vivian mayor resigns, saying he doesn't like public work", 98-Jan-16:1B

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Waddell, Rep. Wayne
"Lawmaker, judge to take oaths today", 98-Jan-02:1B
Waggonner, Joe D.
"Agency to honor Joe D. Waggonner", 98-Sep-03:1B
"Waggonner makes mark on La.", 98-Jan-24:1A
"Waggonner receives honor", 98-Sep-04:2B
Walker, Todd
"A year later, Walker back on schedule", 98-May-26:1C
"Memories still haunt Walker", 98-Aug-20:1C
"Twins' Walker grabs overall batting lead", 98-Aug-03:1C
"Walker credits Belle's father", 98-June-14:1D
"Walker hopes to live up to the hype", 98-Feb-25:1C
"Walker marvels over record", 98-Sep-09:1C
"Walker OK with all-star snub", 98-July-05:1D
"Walker puts tough times in the past", 98-Sep-28:1C
"Walker, Belle on a tear", 98-July-27:1C
Wallace Lake
"Public to air concerns on Wallace Lake level", 98-Apr-27:2B
Water Supply
"Bossier City experiences water woes", 98-Aug-04:1B
"Central water system sought for Caddo area", 98-July-27:1B
"Dry weather hurts Cross Lake", 98-June-18:1B
"Major water supply wanes", 98-May-21:1A
"Mayor urges residents to conserve water", 98-July-01:1A
"Water plant work nearly complete", 98-Dec-22:1B
Weather
"102 degrees-It's hot", 98-June-01:1A
"Anniversary marks first forecasted tornado", 98-Mar-25:1B
"Area farmers begin to file drought disaster claims", 98-July-23:1A
"Area gets a little rain, relief from heat", 98-July-13:1A
"Bossier declares disaster status", 98-July-16:1A
"City asks residents to reduce water use", 98-June-30:1A
"Disaster decree may come soon", 98-July-22:1A
"Drought forces area cattlemen to reduce herds", 98-July-09:1A
"Extreme heat claims more lives", 98-July-15:1A
"Farmers feel the strain", 98-July-11:6B
"Feel the heat", 98-Sep-06:1A
"Governor declares weather emergency", 98-Feb-13:1A
"Heat continues to claim lives", 98-July-24:1A
"Heat keeps cooking region", 98-Aug-02:3B
"Heat relief program in demand", 98-July-28:1B
"Heat wave may top out today", 98-June-03:1A
"Heat, fires ravage fire districts", 98-Aug-03:1B
"Hot just isn't healthy", 98-July-11:1B
"Hot line is set up for heat questions", 98-July-25:1B
"Ice leaves thousands without power", 98-Dec-25:1A
"July's record-high temperatures land in books", 98-Aug-01:1A
"Leaders to weigh drought's severity", 98-July-07:1A
"Local heat-related deaths total 33 for 1998", 98-Oct-03:1B
"Louisiana declared an agricultural disaster", 98-Aug-07:1A
"Louisiana farmers may get $72M", 98-Oct-19:1A
"Mayor urges residents to conserve water", 98-July-01:1A
"N.W. Louisiana swelters" [special edition], 98-July-11:1A
"Natchitoches jury to declare area an agricultural disaster", 98-July-15:1A
"Officials may claim farm areas disasters", 98-July-10:1A
"Parishes seek federal aid for drought relief", 98-June-10:5B
"Possible heat death reported", 98-July-30:1B
"Power outage continues grief for thousands", 98-Feb-14:1B
"Rain give little relief", 98-July-02:1A
"Rain helps, but not enough", 98-July-14:1A
"Rain storms into area", 98-Aug-06:1A
"Records shatter", 98-June-02:1A
"Residents continue to battle the heat", 98-July-08:1A
"State doles out heat relief fast", 98-July-25:1A
"Summer fires taking toll in area", 98-July-31:2B
"SWEPCO adjusts policies, provides emergency funds", 98-Aug-06:2B
"Thousands still in dark", 98-Feb-12:1A
"Tornado still remains vivid memory", 98-Dec-03:1A
"Two more deaths blamed on heat", 98-July-31:1A
"Weather expert: Recent rainfall is not enough", 98-Aug-14:1A
"Wildfire forces evacuations", 98-Aug-03:1A
"Winter makes an icy call", 98-Dec-24:1A
"Winter rearing its ugly head", 98-Dec-23:1A
Weaver, Blayne
"Former resident will be the voice of Peter Pan", 98-Mar-02:1D
Webster Parish
"DeSoto, Webster name low-ranked schools", 98-Mar-03:3B
"Residents debate proposal for Webster jail at ammo plant", 98-May-29:1B
Weir, Mrs. Donald W. Sr.
"Obituary", 98-July-13:4B
Western Professional Hockey League
"Hockey has taken root around Louisiana", 98-Jan-12:1C
"Shreveport a home base for referees", 98-Feb-09:1C
"Western All-Stars win 11-5", 98-Jan-11:6D
"WPHL plans to add six teams for '98-99", 98-Feb-28:1C
Wideman Piano Competition
"Pianists will put their talents to the test", 98-Dec-01:1D
"Wideman finalists to perform today", 98-Dec-06:10B
"Wideman Gold Medalist named Sunday", 98-Dec-07:1B
Williams, Mayor Bo
"City to expedite Bert Kouns installation of traffic lights", 98-Sep-17:1A
"Firefighters union votes to endorse Williams", 98-Sep-11:1A
"Harrah's, mayor agree on new deal", 98-Jan-14:1A
"Mayor assembles task force to study privatization issue", 98-May-01:2B
"Mayor gets ready for tough race politically", 98-Mar-15:21A
"Mayor outlines riverfront recreation plan", 98-June-11:1A
"Mayor reflects on term", 98-Nov-23:1A
"Mayor says he'll veto citizens' committee", 98-June-24:1B
"Mayor to seek re-election", 98-May-23:1B
"Mayor unveils plans for $1.3 million surplus", 98-Apr-27:1A
"NAACP asks mayor to apologize for remarks", 98-May-27:3B
"Shreveport mayor's projects chief resigns", 98-Apr-01:2B
"Shreveport mayor's race", 98-Jan-18:1A
"Williams leaves race", 98-Oct-10:1A
"Williams pondering Tarver flier", 98-Oct-08:1A
"Williams wants another four years", 98-Sep-25:1A
"Williams weighs runoff decision", 98-Oct-06:1A
"Williams' decision no surprise to observers", 98-Oct-11:2A
"Willimas' speech recalls mayoral accomplishments", 98-Nov-25:8A
Willis-Knighton Hospital
"Bossier Med not for sale yet", 98-June-24:5B
"City seeks Bossier Med Center bidders", 98-Oct-26:1A
"DeSoto Regional becomes a part of Willis-Knighton", 98-Aug-26:6B
"Extended hours ensure kids get quick treatment", 98-Jan-20:1A
"Hospital previews new clinic", 98-Aug-22:16B
"Hospital wellness center to open today", 98-Dec-05:1B
"Hospitals move forward", 98-Apr-04:8B
"Institute focuses on heart", 98-Nov-30:6B
"Patients rest easy in new bed", 98-Mar-20:8B
"W-K gives $100,000 to LSUMC", 98-Mar-12:2B
"Willis-Knighton donates EMS unit", 98-Feb-18:1B
"Willis-Knighton may buy strip mall", 98-Feb-26:8B
"Willis-Knighton opens new clinic", 98-Aug-04:6B
"Willis-Knighton to complete mall purchase", 98-Apr-30:8B
"Willis-Knighton tops off project", 98-June-24:8B
Wilson, Hersey
"Friends, colleagues remember commissioner", 98-Aug-04:2B
"Hersey Wilson dies", 98-Aug-04:1A
"Obituary", 98-Aug-07:2B
Women in Shreveport
"Area women honored for their accomplishments", 98-Mar-13:1B
"Area women made a difference", 98-Mar-01:3E
"Artwork shows off women's talents", 98-Mar-01:3E
"Celebration of Women Week", 98-Mar-01:1E
"Educator wins Athena Award", 98-Sep-11:6B
"New bipartisan group aims to empower women", 98-July-17:1A
"Seminars discuss women's financial needs", 98-Mar-09:6B
"The 8th Annual Athena Awards", 98-Aug-30:2L
"Women inspired to be leaders", 98-Mar-06:1B
"Women want to find role in government", 98-July-19:1B
World War II
"BBC focusing on Louisiana WWII flier", 98-Aug-02:3B
"The Holocaust still haunts area survivors", 98-Apr-27:1B
"World War II camp may see state money" [Camp Ruston], 98-Nov-20:1B

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Y2K
"City, utility officials set sights on Y2K issue", 98-Oct-31:1A
"Emergency officials seek to calm Y2K bug fears", 98-Dec-18:1B
"Group discusses Y2K preparations", 98-Nov-16:1A
"Group tackles Y2K bug", 98-Oct-28:1A
"Officials say local agencies are ready for Y2K", 98-Dec-07:1A
"Panel: City must move on Y2K now", 98-Oct-30:1A
"SWEPCO to clients: Y2K progress made", 98-Dec-09:1A
"The Y2K problem", 98-Nov-08:1A
"Y2K bug has officials looking for hidden worries", 98-Nov-22:1A
"Y2K utility updates may be costly", 98-Nov-15:1A
YMCA
"Changes, volunteers revitalize Carver Branch YMCA", 98-Nov-04:1B
"YMCA gives life to kids' imagination", 98-Nov-18:1E
YWCA
"Best dressed women to be announced at luncheon", 98-Oct-15:2D
"Cable installers donate grants to YWCA", 98-Mar-11:1E
"Club brushes up women's shelter", 98-Nov-08:1B
"Diverstiy training 'eye-opening', fun", 98-Oct-21:1B
"Domestic abuse victims remembered", 98-Oct-22:1B
"Shelter from the storm", 98-May-20:1E
"Take action to stop domestic violence", 98-Oct-18:19A
"Themes add special touch: YWCA benefit...", 98-Apr-29:1D
"United Way exceeds annual fund-raising objective", 98-Dec-18:1B
"Victims get kind touch in court", 98-Apr-27:1B
"YWCA presidents to be honored", 98-Nov-11:1B
"YWCA program combats violence", 98-Oct-17:1B
"YWCA volunteer training to begin", 98-Jan-23:1B

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