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A

Abortion
"Groups battle to ease religious restrictions at Catholic hospitals," 02-Jan-22:4A
"Landmark case still a hot issue," 02-Jan-22:1B
AIDS
"Events scheduled for World AIDS Day," 02-Dec-01:3B
"Walk targets AIDS awareness," 02-Dec-02:1B
Alliance for Education
"Alliance for Education scheduled to hold annual Leadership Institute in February," 02-Jan-02:2B
"Alliance leader gets recognition," 02-Oct-29:1B
"Alliance surveys School Board hopefuls," 02-Sep-30:5B
"Alliance to sponsor teacher fair," 02-May-07:1B
"Caddo education group gains steam," 02-Sep-27:1B
"Change possible for low-performing schools," 02-02-21:1B
"Community task force runs into problems," 02-Aug-30:1A
"Congratulations," 02-May-12:6B
"Education task force considers ways to analyze data," 02-Oct-11:4B
"Group aims for school Web sites," 02-04-15:1B
"Groups to study Caddo school district's needs," 02-Jul-24:1A
"Nonprofit organization gears up for education fund-raiser," 02-Aug-31:2B
"School leaders, lawmakers discuss potential issues," 02-02-28:5B
"Schools praised for advances," 02-02-09:1B
"Task force to examine the method of school upgrades," 02-Oct-25:5B
"Task force to review Caddo school needs," 02-Aug-18:1B
"Teachers flock to job fair," 02-May-12:1B
"Walk will generate at least $88,000 for schools," 02-Oct-04:6B
American Rose Center
"American Rose Center plans Easter egg hunt," 02-Mar-20:4D
"Christmas in Roseland event may be canceled," 02-Nov-29:1A
"Dogs help keep deer away at Rose Center," 02-Dec-02:1A
"Gardeners of American Rose Center plant bulbs for Sept. 11 memorial," 02-Jan-03:1B
"Rose Center invites families to celebrate," 02-Jun-11:3D
"The full bloom," 02-04-20:1D
Ark-La-Tex Antique and Classic Vehicle Museum
"Museum to feature classic Mustangs," 02-Jan-09:3D
Art in Shreveport
"'African American Masterworks' is worth a look," 02-Jul-02:3D
"'Common Threads' on display at Turner," 02-Nov-05:3D
"'Emerging' offers something different," 02-04-16:2D
"'Guardians' must be experienced" [Lou Violette], 02-Jan-16:4D
"'Triptych' exhibit has broad appeal" [Marabella, Henry Price, Shirlene Alexander], 02-Oct-22:2D
"12th ARTPORT headed to airport exhibition," 02-Jun-19:4D
"African-American artists featured at local exhibit," 02-Jun-23:1B
"African-American exhibit provides insights" [Kuumba Fine Art & Gift Gallery], 02-Aug-06:2D
"Art Club show mixes experienced, beginners," 02-Aug-29:2D
"Art Club show proves to be a satisfying visit," 02-May-21:3D
"Artist approaches ugly subject with finesse" [Cynthia O'Dell], 02-Nov-12:2D
"Artist Hershey has a style all her own" [Terry Hershey], 02-Jul-23:2D
"Artist offers delightful body of work" [Linda Gaston], 02-Sep-24:2D
"Artist offers quality exhibit" [Hank Stoer], 02-Jun-18:2D
"Artists' works to be auctioned," 02-02-28:3D
"ARTPORT always a diverse, worthy show," 02-Sep-10:2D
"ARTPORT offers twice the visual pleasure," 02-Jun-25:1D
"Arts on the Edge deemed a success," 02-04-03:1B
"Barnwell Center announces exhibit," 02-Jun-25:3D
"Christmas art worth a visit," 02-Dec-10:3D
"Contemporary exhibit a treat for open-minded," 02-Jul-09:2D
"Despite changes, local arts scene still lively and creative," 02-Jan-08:3D
"East Bank Gallery sets Cooper exhibit," 02-Nov-05:3D
"East Bank Gallery sets watercolor exhibit," 02-Mar-02:4D
"East Bank has a winner with Milford art" [Larry Milford], 02-Aug-13:2D
"Elvis exhibits convey a sense of the man," 02-Jan-29:2D
"Even a small exhibit illustrates artist's ability" [Richard Chandler], 02-Dec-17:2D
"Exhibit explores depths of human dimension" [Daniel Piersol], 02-Mar-13:4D
"Exhibit features multi-media impressionism" [Ann Smith Downs], 02-02-12:2D
"Exhibit reminds us to enjoy art on many levels" [Gail H. Shelton], 02-Mar-20:4D
"Exhibit should have broad appeal" [Betty Robertson], 02-Jun-25:3D
"Exhibit testifies to West Edge potential" [Larry Holston and Ricky Lee], 02-Mar-05:2D
"Exhibit will appeal to middle-of-the-road art lovers," 02-Oct-08:2D
"Exhibition spotlights varied La. art talent," 02-Jul-16:2D
"Four shows present much to be admired" [Jan Statman, Bobbye Scarborough, Bobbie Brasher,
Charles Ravenna], 02-02-19:2D
"Gildermaster art exhibit offers delightful variety" [Janet Gildermaster], 02-May-09:4D
"Glen residents offer impressive collection," 02-Dec-24:2D
"Go 'West by Southwest' for unique experience," 02-04-24:4D
"Hoover art group sets watercolor workshop," 02-Jan-24:4D
"Hoover show offers a little of everything," 02-Jun-12:4D
"Jewish exhibit offers impressive diversity," 02-Oct-15:2D
"Joint exhibit shows diversity of vision," 02-04-30:2D
"Kuumba gallery books African-American art," 02-Jul-09:3D
"Kuumba gallery sets grand opening," 02-02-21:4D
"Landscapes dominate watercolor exhibit" [Hoover Watercolor Society], 02-04-02:2D
"Local art group promotes cinema with an edge" [David Nelson], 02-04-09:1D
"Local artist chosen for international show" [Mary Jarvis], 02-Jul-09:2D
"Local brothers create national coloring books," 02-Jul-18:1D
"Louisiana artists to show works in studio tour," 02-04-11:3D
"Mixed media message" [Mary Jane Potts], 02-Oct-15:1D
"Museum featuring African-American and African art opens downtown," 02-02-22:1B
"New Barnwell Center exhibit celebrates, well, the Barnwell," 02-Aug-20:2D
"New cultural arts center to allow for more programs, activities," 02-Aug-04:1B
"Nimoy exhibit offers fertile ground for discussion," 02-Oct-01:3D
"Open your mind to these abstracts," 02-May-08:4D
"Pamoja Art Society to celebrate founding," 02-Jul-31:4D
"Pamoja Art Society to hold open house," 02-Aug-03:1B
"Pamoja gallery exhibits Jesse Pitts, Jr.", 02-Jan-15:3D
"Photography display to open here July 2," 02-Jun-19:4D
"Pitts exhibit is most impressive" [Jesse Pitts], 02-Mar-28:3D
"Presidents display joins art, history, biographies," 02-02-26:2D
"Renzi Center dedicates arts house," 02-02-25:1B
"Rockwell exhibit proves popular," 02-Jul-30:2D
"Sculpture exhibit is a piece of artistic magic," 02-04-10:8D
"Show provides fine overview of local talents" [Creative Art Connection], 02-02-05:2D
"Shreveport Art Club hangs show at museum," 02-Sep-14:4D
"Shreveporters to receive Governors' Arts Awards," 02-May-01:1B
"Watercolors are a solid show" [Nancy Griswold], 02-Jan-22:2D
"Western landscapes impressive at Norton," 02-Sep-17:2D

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B

Banks
"Banks, credit unions enjoy growth spurt," 02-Dec-15:1I
"First Louisiana Bank to break ground today," 02-02-22:8B
Barksdale Air Force Base
"$15M historic renovation to begin at Barksdale," 02-Nov-19:6B
"'That loss of innocence, that's what really hits home'", 02-Jan-18:1A
"8th Air Force changes command today," 02-May-17:1B
"8th Air Force to get new commander," 02-Mar-27:3B
"8th commander takes final flight," 02-May-02:1B
"Air show to feature national flight teams," 02-Dec-04:1A
"B-52 flies mock bombing run," 02-04-09:1A
"B-52 marks 50 years," 02-04-14:SS
"B-52s to feature new art," 02-Mar-23:1A
"BAFB commanders speak out," 02-Dec-26:1A
"BAFB forces help heat up the action," 02-Mar-05:2A
"BAFB gets $19M for fire repairs," 02-04-25:1B
"BAFB gets under way with construction projects," 02-Oct-29:6B
"BAFB may get millions," 02-May-11:1A
"BAFB nails $23M infusion," 02-Oct-10:1A
"BAFB says lightning caused fire," 02-Mar-18:1B
"BAFB to be honored by annual convention," 02-Jul-02:1B
"BAFB: More to be called to duty," 02-May-09:1B
"Barksdale air show to resume," 02-Aug-14:1A
"Barksdale airmen return from B-52 mission in Guam," 02-Nov-26:1A
"Barksdale likely to play role in possible war with Iraq," 02-Oct-08:1A
"Barksdale pilots take top honors," 02-May-21:1B
"Barksdale plans to honor WWII vets," 02-Nov-05:1B
"Barksdale plays key role in our fight against terrorism," 02-Sep-08:1A
"Barksdale, families welcome home personnel after 4-month deployment," 02-Jan-21:1A
"Barksdale, local hospitals open up facitlities to accommodate travelers," 02-Oct-04:1B
"Barksdale-trained A-10 pilots fight in Afghanistan," 02-Mar-27:4A
"Boeing's Wichita plant plans bomber bash," 02-04-12:1B
"Bomber famous for endurance," 02-Sep-08:1A
"Budget is boon to BAFB," 02-02-05:1A
"Career fair helps military focus on life after Barksdale," 02-Sep-27:10B
"Carpenter takes helm at 2nd Bomb Wing," 02-Jul-10:1B
"Cause of fire at Barksdale still unknown," 02-Mar-15:2A
"CNN show features Barksdale, B-52s," 02-Jul-28:1B
"CNN show to feature Barksdale, B-52s," 02-Jul-25:1B
"Defense spending bill has $1.23B for Louisiana," 02-Aug-02:3A
"Families gather for BAFB homecoming," 02-May-14:1B
"Fire could cost Barksdale more than $13M in repairs," 02-Mar-14:1B
"Fire sweeps through Barksdale building," 02-Mar-13:1A
"Group to unveil official poster," 02-Jul-03:1A
"Happy birthday B-52s, still soaring after 50 years," 02-04-15:1B
"La. slated for $1.34B in defense spending," 02-Oct-15:3A
"Medal of Honor recipients re-enlist airmen at BAFB," 02-Sep-12:1B
"Medal of Honor Society honors BAFB," 02-Jul-04:5B
"Medal of Honor Society leader speaks at BAFB," 02-Aug-07:1B
"Mighty 8th reaches 60th anniversary," 02-02-01:1B
"More airmen return home," 02-Jan-28:1A
"More BAFB personnel return," 02-May-08:1A
"New commander discusses BAFB's future," 02-Jul-12:3B
"Officials say BAFB doing well," 02-Jan-27:4A
"Police, military take refresher on confrontations," 02-Dec-22:1A
"Public event to focus on war on terrorism," 02-Aug-14:1B
"Reservists readjust to civilian work, finances," 02-Oct-20:1I
"Troops' role expands," 02-Jan-27:1A
Barnwell Garden and Art Center
"Barnwell Center announces exhibit," 02-Jun-25:3D
"Barnwell exhibit packs in creativity," 02-Nov-05:2D
"New Barnwell Center exhibit celebrates, well, the Barnwell," 02-Aug-20:2D
Biomedical Research Foundation
"'Wet lab' anchor led by local," 02-Jun-25:6B
"'Wet lab' lands anchor tenant," 02-Jun-20:1A
"A life in Sharp focus," 02-Jun-02:1I
"Bio-Tech fails to get funding," 02-Nov-08:1A
"Biomed, high-tech business incentive approved," 02-04-02:1A
"Dennis Lower to lead state council," 02-Aug-19:6B
"Drug firm may boost economy," 02-Jun-24:1A
"Investment cash dries up," 02-Nov-24:1I
"Proponents: Wet lab funding will take courage," 02-May-11:1B
"Startup chemical company embodies InterTech vision," 02-Mar-27:1A
Black Bayou
"Black Bayou experiment turns back the clock," 02-Jul-27:2B
Black Community
"A community celebrates," 02-Dec-27:4D
"African-American awards ceremony set," 02-02-13:1B
"African-American Chamber's new leadership maps course for growth," 02-Jan-22:1A
"African-American History parade rocks Shreveport," 02-02-03:1B
"African-American History parade," 02-02-01:3E
"Airline may cancel Black History Month," 02-Mar-15:1A
"Area church's celebration of emancipation provokes thought, commentary," 02-Jan-02:5B
"Attorney to speak at minority expo," 02-Oct-15:6B
"Bishop Fred Caldwell to receive award" [Black History Month], 02-02-15:1B
"Black Caucus to meet in Shreveport," 02-Sep-23:1B
"Black History programs set," 02-02-26:1B
"Business Opportunity Expo awards are announced," 02-Nov-07:6B
"Churches grow jobs," 02-02-08:8B
"Early Afro-Creole writings discovered," 02-Mar-04:1A
"International bishop to speak at Shreveport church," 02-Mar-18:1B
"Johnnie Cochran to speak at event," 02-02-06:1A
"Johnnie Cochran visits Shreveport," 02-02-09:1A
"King's legacy provides hope, inspiration," 02-Jan-21:1A
"Kuumba gallery sets grand opening," 02-02-21:4D
"Kwanzaa celebration teaches the arts," 02-Dec-27:1B
"Local bishop named 'Leader of the Year'", 02-02-16:1B
"Local man shares his royal past with fifth-graders," 02-02-28:1B
"Local parade honors MLK," 02-Jan-22:1B
"Local rap groups representing the 'Port'", 02-Dec-29:1B
"Meeting to join faith, economic growth," 02-Jan-16:6B
"MLK Day parade set to roll," 02-Jan-20:1B
"MLK statue to be bronzed in Dallas," 02-Jan-19:1B
"Museum featuring African-American and African art opens downtown," 02-02-22:1B
"National sorority honors Black history," 02-02-10:1B
"New MLK statue nears completion," 02-Mar-07:1B
"Pamoja Art Society to hold open house," 02-Aug-03:1B
"Pamoja gallery exhibits Jessie Pitts, Jr.", 02-Jan-15:3D
"Parade, festival will salute Black history," 02-02-02:1B
"Pastor to be presented with Harry Blake award," 02-02-22:3B
"Several places to celebrate MLK birthday," 02-Jan-20:3B
"Shreveport fire chief shares African-American history with students," 02-Jan-31:3B
"Students hear 'Voices of our Elders'", 02-02-20:1B
"Tennis stars' dad to lead parade," 02-Dec-11:1B
"The people of the yam," 02-02-22:4D
"The Times accepts essay applicants" [Black History Month], 02-Jan-28:1B
"VA hospital celebrates Black History Month," 02-02-08:1B
Board of Elementary and Secondary Education
"BESE rejects evolution disclaimer on textbooks," 02-Dec-13:1A
"BESE seeks plan to deal with vouchers," 02-Sep-19:1B
"BESE suggests no teacher pay raise in formula," 02-02-28:5B
"BESE to consider revoking woman's teaching certification," 02-04-27:2A
"BESE to debate evolution notation," 02-Dec-12:1A
"BESE to issue first school district grades," 02-04-26:1A
"Board denies exit exam waiver for Byrd golfer," 02-Aug-16:1A
"Board revokes teacher's certificate," 02-May-22:1A
"Board seeks to pull certificate of convicted school teacher," 02-Jul-26:2B
"Board to review decision on felon teacher," 02-04-08:1A
"Charter school's future doubtful," 02-Aug-11:1A
"Charter school's license in doubt," 02-Jul-23:1A
"College entrance scores improve," 02-Aug-19:1B
"Districts to discuss rankings," 02-Jun-03:1B
"Expert: Pre-K program has unprecedented success," 02-Sep-20:1B
"Felon case prompts change," 02-04-24:1A
"Lawmaker: Will education money ever be enough," 02-May-07:3A
"Locals pack education hearing," 02-02-27:5B
"Officials to take part in dialogue," 02-02-25:1B
"Panel to revoke Right Step school charter," 02-Aug-15:1A
"Proponent: Testing helps keep children in school," 02-May-15:6A
"School systems should pay teacher fees, board says," 02-Sep-18:1B
"State pulls plug on St. Landry charter school," 02-Aug-14:5B
"State seeks funds to help those failing LEAP," 02-Jan-25:2A
"Teacher pay raises restored," 02-Mar-01:1B
Board of Regents
"Area college costs rise this fall," 02-Aug-15:1A
"Board of Regents to hold workshop," 02-Jan-27:1B
"Colleges to get help with enrollment management," 02-04-29:1B
"Enrollment concerns state board," 02-Jan-11:1B
"Most colleges receive high teacher prep grades," 02-04-12:1B
"Panel squabbles over LSUA money," 02-May-14:3A
"Regents aim for new college requirements," 02-04-29:1A
"Regents ask churches to talk about college admission standards," 02-Mar-29:1B
"Regents award funds to three area colleges," 02-Aug-29:3B
"Regents terminate programs," 02-Jan-25:1A
Board of Supervisors
"LSU board votes to give chancellor a pay raise," 02-Jul-14:5B
Bolin, Judge James E.
"Local judge dies at age 87," 02-Mar-26:3B
"Obituary," 02-Mar-26:2B
BosParish-Community College
"'Tartuffe' broad and then some," 02-04-13:4D
"Area college costs rise this fall," 02-Aug-15:1A
"Area colleges make room," 02-Oct-15:1A
"Area students graduate from BPCC," 02-Jun-02:2B
"Bids open for BPCC roadway," 02-Dec-04:1B
"Bossier college seeks to end its criminal justice institute," 02-May-08:1A
"BPCC airs its own TV program on local cable," 02-Sep-02:5B
"BPCC announces 'Alphabet Gumbo' show," 02-Aug-08:1D
"BPCC announces 'Edwin Drood' auditions," 02-Aug-13:3D
"BPCC casts 'Charlie Brown'", 02-Sep-24:3D
"BPCC gets last of money needed for new campus," 02-Dec-20:7B
"BPCC gets money for campus," 02-04-19:1A
"BPCC has changes in store this year," 02-Sep-15:2B
"BPCC opens season with 'Charlie Brown'", 02-Oct-15:3D
"BPCC sets 'Tartuffe' comedy cast," 02-Mar-26:3D
"BPCC sets auditions for one-act play," 02-Mar-02:4D
"BPCC's 'Charlie Brown' is so-so," 02-Oct-19:2B
"Business, education partner for mob growth," 02-02-28:1A
"Cavalier Players get into 'Tartuffe'", 02-04-09:3D
"Cavalier Players sets children's show," 02-02-12:3D
"Colleges introduce plan to meet business, industry needs," 02-Oct-04:6B
"Commission rules BPCC hire violates ethics code," 02-Jul-17:2B
"Community colleges to join in efforts to prepare more certified teachers," 02-Nov-18:4B
"Construction begins on new BPPC campus," 02-Sep-23:5B
"Enrollment explodes at BPCC's paramedic program," 02-Sep-18:1B
"Foster to attend groundbreaking of BPCC," 02-Oct-27:1B
"Group aims to make BPCC more handicapped accessible," 02-Jan-31:1B
"Listen and be heard at business-industry meet," 02-02-17:1I
"National lecturer to speak at BPCC," 02-02-21:1B
"One-act plays will be offered at BPCC," 02-04-23:3D
"One-stop piano class to be offered at BPCC," 02-Nov-19:2D
"Partnerships and grants help BPCC provide worker training," 02-02-28:8B
"Schools change offerings to fit area," 02-Jul-07:1B
"Students use summer to get ahead on credits at area colleges," 02-Jul-12:1B
"Symposium to focus on work force training," 02-02-25:6B
BosParish-Library
"Libraries to undergo expansion," 02-Jul-05:1B
"Upgrades planned for all Bossier satellite libraries," 02-Jan-29:1B
BosParish-Library Historical Center
"Artifacts find home in Bossier City," 02-May-13:1B
BosParish-Metropolitan Planning Commission
"Economy suites planned," 02-Jul-16:1A
"Riverfront project voted down," 02-04-16:1B
BosParish-Police Jury
"Alcohol election now moot," 02-Jan-05:1B
"Bill Altimus begins as parish administrator," 02-Jul-22:5B
"Bossier administrator plans to step down," 02-May-16:3B
"Bossier board, Police Jury stand by plan," 02-Aug-01:1B
"Bossier bond sale favorable," 02-Jun-01:1B
"Bossier engineer's job quickly draws applicants," 02-Sep-26:1B
"Bossier jury elects president," 02-Jan-03:1B
"Bossier Parish coroner resigns," 02-04-17:3B
"Bossier Parish panel will seek cost estimates for recreational improvements," 02-Dec-05:3B
"Bossier Police Jury hires engineer," 02-Dec-20:1B
"Bossier Police Jury OKs roadwork projects," 02-Mar-21:1B
"Bossier Police Jury to name administrator," 02-Jun-19:1B
"Bossier proposes tax to operate fire district," 02-Oct-28:1B
"Bossier remap is under scrutiny," 02-Jun-08:1A
"Courthouse project makes progress," 02-Jan-17:1B
"Dennis Woodward leaving Bossier post," 02-May-20:5B
"First step taken toward finding new Bossier administrator," 02-May-30:1B
"Flood control project begins," 02-Oct-01:1B
"Jury runs through slate of agenda items," 02-Oct-21:5B
"Parish administrator ready to step down," 02-Sep-16:3B
"Parish denies project's zoning," 02-Jul-25:1A
"Parish engineer could be named today," 02-Dec-18:1B
"Parish, city to mull paying expenses for youth shelter," 02-Dec-06:2B
"Park likely to be built in Haughton area," 02-Nov-23:1B
"Police juror hired as parish administrator," 02-Jun-20:1B
"Projects to give jail more room," 02-Oct-14:1B
"Suit filed over Haughton alcohol election petition," 02-Jan-04:1B
"Suit still pending over rezoning denial," 02-Dec-16:1B
BosParish-School Board
"2 Bossier schools to merge," 02-Dec-10:1A
"Bossier audit report released," 02-Jul-16:1B
"Bossier board supports prayer," 02-04-19:1A
"Bossier board to consider renaming school," 02-Jul-18:1B
"Bossier board's audit to begin," 02-Jun-03:1A
"Bossier board, Police Jury stand by plan," 02-Aug-01:1B
"Bossier investigating felon teacher claim," 02-04-27:1A
"Bossier Parish OKs teacher pay raises," 02-Aug-16:3B
"Bossier Parish School Board names officers," 02-Jan-11:2B
"Bossier Parish to consider consolidating two schools," 02-Dec-07:1A
"Bossier redistrict plan OK'd," 02-Oct-26:1B
"Bossier remap is under scrutiny," 02-Jun-08:1A
"Bossier School Board to discuss insurance, pay," 02-Aug-02:3B
"Bossier schools feel space crunch" [statistics], 02-Dec-02:1A
"Bossier schools to mull growth," 02-Oct-21:1A
"Bossier to weigh insurance increases," 02-Aug-01:1A
"Governor to veto Bossier prayer bill," 02-04-25:1B
"Lawmaker ponders prayer bill," 02-04-20:1A
"Officials set rules for Bossier school speakers," 02-Sep-14:3B
"Officials want to change new teacher forms," 02-May-01:1A
"Panel takes School Board off 'active' list," 02-Mar-16:1B
"Pay raise moves forward," 02-Aug-14:1A
"School Board accepts reapportionment plan," 02-02-24:3B
"School Board discusses options for long-range plans," 02-Oct-25:5B
"School finance committee recommends approval of revised Bossier budget," 02-04-10:2B
"Schools create evacuation plan," 02-Jan-02:1B
BosParish-Schools
"Achievers program successful," 02-Nov-10:1B
"Airline may cancel Black History Month," 02-Mar-15:1A
"Area receives mixed scores from testing," 02-May-15:1A
"Area school year begins for eight new principals," 02-Aug-12:1A
"Auditor still reviewing Bossier school records," 02-Jun-10:5B
"Back to School," 02-Aug-04:SS
"Bill may allow prayer in schools," 02-04-04:1A
"Bossier Parish celebrates technology in classroom," 02-Jan-30:3B
"Bossier prayer law satisfies some," 02-04-15:1A
"Bossier program helps cut truancy in schools," 02-04-22:1B
"Bossier schools increase drivers education fee to cover rising costs," 02-Dec-12:1B
"Bossier schools receive loan for improvements," 02-Jan-26:5B
"Bossier students increase," 02-Oct-02:1A
"Bossier teacher certified nationally," 02-Jan-17:1A
"Bow Wow sends stay in school message to receptive students," 02-04-23:1A
"Caddo eyes special education goals," 02-May-07:1B
"Caddo, Bossier Iowa results mixed," 02-Aug-10:1B
"Caddo, Bossier pilot after-school programs," 02-Jan-27:2B
"Children return to classrooms," 02-Aug-13:1A
"Diverse population pushes program," 02-Jan-16:1A
"Grades allow parents to compare districts," 02-May-03:4A
"High school students prepare for another shot at exit exam," 02-Jun-20:1A
"Improved schools say programs are key," 02-Nov-08:5A
"Initial enrollment shows a decline," 02-Aug-21:1A
"It's law," 02-Dec-12:1A
"Local officials notice conflict in grades," 02-May-03:1A
"Louisiana school budget plan could hurt Caddo," 02-02-01:1A
"Northwest Louisiana teachers go to summer school in area," 02-Jul-19:1B
"Parents: Do your homework early to score well," 02-Mar-26:1A
"Performance ratings released," 02-Nov-08:1A
"Results mixed for LEAP, GEE," 02-Aug-06:1A
"Results of LEAP retest released," 02-Aug-15:1A
"School paints mural to bring community together," 02-Dec-12:5B
"Schools' testing week progresses without a hitch," 02-Mar-14:1B
"Smith: Veto my bill," 02-04-24:1A
"State schools to get rewards," 02-Jan-29:3B
"Teacher gets high recognition," 02-Oct-25:1B
"Test scores, attendance and dropouts considered in rankings," 02-Nov-08:4A
"Valedictorians share how they reached top of Class of 2002," 02-May-07:1A
BosParish-Sheriff's Office
"Bossier Parish jail security in question," 02-04-15:1B
"Bossier sheriff makes inkless fingerprint kits available," 02-Nov-15:1B
"Legal woes delay sale of Bossier golf club," 02-Oct-15:1B
"Local law legend bows out in style," 02-May-03:3B
"Mosquito fight to receive help," 02-Aug-29:1B
"Ripple effects," 02-Sep-05:1A
"Sheriff elected president of group," 02-Jul-22:5B
"Three graudate; another promoted," 02-Dec-14:1B
Bossier Parish
"Audit reveals missing funds," 02-Jun-21:1B
"Bossier, Webster DA plans changes," 02-Dec-23:1A
"Bullers won't seek re-election," 02-02-01:1B
"New fire district proposed," 02-May-19:1B
"Renovation project begins for library in Plain Dealing," 02-Oct-26:2B
"Study: Bossier census incorrect," 02-Aug-05:1A
"Widespread growth eyed in Bossier Parish," 02-02-08:1B
Bossier-Arts Council
"'Red River Blues'", 02-04-02:3D
"Acting classes announced by Arts Council," 02-Jun-04:2D
"Arts Council call for art proposals," 02-Mar-05:3D
"Arts Council offers range of classes," 02-04-02:2D
"Arts Council sets visual medium classes," 02-02-19:3D
"Arts Council to offer acting classes for teens," 02-02-12:2D
"BAC announces grant funding availabilities," 02-Sep-20:2D
"BAC sets grants meeting today," 02-May-08:4D
"Bid opening set for arts building addition," 02-Dec-09:4B
"Bossier Arts Council announces new grant," 02-02-20:4D
"Bossier Arts Council launches Web site," 02-Aug-06:3D
"Bossier Arts Council offers tole classes," 02-Jun-04:3D
"Bossier Arts Council sets youth classes," 02-Jan-01:3D
"Bossier groups issue call for art proposals," 02-Jul-16:2D
"Expansion to benefit Bossier City's art scene," 02-Nov-18:3B
"Final decision on land purchase pending," 02-Jul-01:5B
"Officials plan more pieces for display," 02-Jul-01:5B
"Wednesday Painters offers worthy show," 02-Jun-04:2D
Bossier-Battle Wings
"Battle Wings look to contend," 02-04-06:1A
"Battle Wings open season at Quad City," 02-04-06:1C
"Battle Wings open with three home games," 02-Jan-09:1C
"Locker rooms bring teams closer," 02-Jun-25:1C
"Mudbugs owner ponders offers," 02-Jul-02:1A
"Poteete won't return to quarterback Wings," 02-Nov-20:1C
"Quad City protests Wings' latest win," 02-Jul-03:1C
"Twisters end Wings' season," 02-Jul-27:1C
"Wings fall in opener," 02-04-07:1C
"Wings join hands with organ donors," 02-Jun-19:3C
"Wings need fan support," 02-Jul-25:1C
"Wings need to win," 02-Jul-26:1C
"Wings only af2 team in state," 02-Jan-05:1C
"Wings open home season," 02-04-13:1C
"Wings will be back for 3rd season," 02-Jun-29:1C
Bossier-Chamber of Commerce
"Bossier Chamber seeks women, minority entrepreneurs," 02-02-03:1I
"Helen Black new leader of Bossier Chamber," 02-Jan-18:8B
Bossier-City Council
"Bossier City Council adopts water policy," 02-Oct-07:4B
"Bossier City Council approves rate hike," 02-04-17:1B
"Bossier City Council dumps proposal on junk storage," 02-Sep-18:3B
"Bossier City Council to address improvements," 02-02-26:1A
"Bossier City expects to raise budget," 02-Nov-05:1B
"Bossier City finalizes land deal," 02-Dec-01:1B
"Bossier City may be close to buying land," 02-Nov-13:1B
"Bossier City nears OK for Riverwalk funding," 02-Oct-16:1B
"Bossier City panel adopts five-year plan," 02-02-27:1B
"Bossier City ponders new patriotic festival," 02-Jan-16:1A
"Bossier City ponders rate hike," 02-04-03:1A
"Bossier City puts sewerage upgrade on council agenda," 02-Jun-18:1A
"Bossier City river pumps set for improvements," 02-Jan-09:1B
"City eyes security measures," 02-Aug-12:1A
"City starts 'greenbelt' project," 02-02-20:1B
"City wants land near water plant," 02-02-12:1B
"Conditions set for property purchase," 02-Jul-03:1B
"Council kills proposal for Sunday wine sales," 02-Jan-16:1A
"Council OKs plan, budget," 02-Nov-06:1B
"Council places hold on planned rehab center," 02-Aug-07:5B
"Council seeks funds for Riverwalk parking," 02-Nov-18:5B
"Council to vote on next step of La. Riverwalk," 02-Jan-09:3B
"Council unveils land plan," 02-Jun-19:1B
"Judge upholds Bossier City law," 02-Aug-23:1B
"National firm eyed to design seawall," 02-Jul-22:5B
"Official says Bossier City rate hike likely," 02-Mar-06:1B
"Officials: Bossier master plan to be put to good use," 02-Nov-04:1A
"Panel OKs proposed sign rule," 02-Mar-19:1B
"Proposal calls for removal of part of Red River levee," 02-Mar-20:2B
"Proposed junk law draws good reviews," 02-Aug-28:1B
"Proposed law addresses junk in open view," 02-Aug-19:5B
"Sewer rate increases take effect Jan. 1," 02-Oct-07:4B
"Sunday wine sales sought in Bossier City," 02-Jan-15:1A
Bossier-City Government
"Accidents happen, suits abound," 02-Jun-11:1A
"Bossier City close to buying land," 02-Aug-08:1B
"Bossier City land buy still faces hassle," 02-Jul-07:1A
"Bossier City master plan forums to look at transportation, land use," 02-04-27:1A
"Bossier City rolls out growth plan," 02-Sep-25:1A
"Bossier City study aims to improve traffic flow," 02-Jun-05:1A
"Bossier City takes tough stance on legal issues," 02-Jun-09:10A
"Bossier City touts its successes," 02-Nov-15:1A
"Cities rely on local law firms for defense," 02-Jun-09:10A
"Few show for Bossier master plan meeting," 02-04-30:1B
"Legal claims cost taxpayers millions," 02-Jun-09:1A
"Master plan work reaches a milestone," 02-Sep-23:5B
"Resident input sought on developing master plan," 02-04-26:3B
"Sometimes it's better to pay than fight," 02-Jun-11:2A
"Suits allege city negligence," 02-Jun-10:1A
"Voters to decide on changes to charter," 02-Nov-18:5B
Bossier-City Hall
"Old City Hall added to national registry," 02-04-24:1B
Bossier-Fire Dept.
"Agency: Firefighter claims are unfounded," 02-Jan-29:1A
"Burning building is a safe way to train firefighters," 02-Mar-23:2A
"Fire Department to honor heroism," 02-Aug-05:1B
"Firefighters file discrimination suit," 02-Jan-26:1A
"Firefighters get fit," 02-02-01:1D
"Firefighters' lawsuit still pending," 02-Jul-08:1B
"Firefighters' racial claims discounted," 02-02-03:1A
"South Bossier City to get new fire station," 02-04-20:1B
"Station to be named for former fire chief," 02-Aug-12:1B
Bossier-Metropolitan Planning Commission
"Ad offends Bossier City official," 02-May-01:1B
"Bossier City lounge won't become strip club, owner says," 02-Jul-31:1B
"Bossier City panel approves part of plan," 02-04-11:1B
"Bossier MPC director steps down," 02-May-01:3B
"Bossier MPC has director," 02-Jun-26:1B
"Bossier MPC hires executive director," 02-May-03:1B
"Bossier MPC job draws slew of applicants," 02-Mar-04:1B
"Bossier seeks new MPC head," 02-02-14:1B
"Bossier to name MPC director," 02-Jun-25:1B
"Candidate turns down Bossier job," 02-04-03:1B
"E. Texan vies for MPC job," 02-Mar-20:1B
"Engineer could become next Bossier MPC director," 02-04-16:3B
"MPC adopts master plan," 02-Oct-08:1B
"MPC job remains vacant," 02-May-11:1B
"Panel OKs proposed sign rule," 02-Mar-19:1B
"Parish denies project's zoning," 02-Jul-25:1A
"Planning director intends to resign," 02-Jan-23:1B
"Search for MPC leader nears end," 02-Mar-17:1B
"Suit stalls hospital project," 02-Mar-26:1B
"Tougher sign rules near approval," 02-Mar-05:1B
"WK Bossier to build two-story addition," 02-Mar-22:1A
Bossier-Police Dept.
"Bossier City police begin neighborhood foot patrols," 02-May-04:1B
"Bossier City police promotions make history," 02-Oct-02:5B
"Bossier City police shut down division," 02-Mar-30:1A
"Bossier City police to help out tourists," 02-Oct-24:3B
"Bossier police to kick off program," 02-Jun-28:2B
"Diversity, youth mentoring are goals for Bossier City's new police chief," 02-Jan-29:1B
"Ex-officers deny 'targeting' Bossier City public officials," 02-04-14:11A
"Halphen reopens division," 02-04-02:1A
"Police return to foot patrols," 02-May-01:1A
"Poll says firefighters, police due for pay raise," 02-Oct-29:1A
"Ripple effects," 02-Sep-05:1A
"Three officers receive awards for good work," 02-Oct-07:4B
"Triumphs, tribulations mark Mike Halphen's first months," 02-04-14:SS
Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs
"Bergin bails out Bugs," 02-Mar-24:1C
"Bigs full of confidence," 02-04-11:1C
"Boiling Bugs battle Tulsa," 02-Mar-12:1C
"Bugs 1 up," 02-Mar-24:1A
"Bugs are back in business," 02-Mar-13:1C
"Bugs are La.'s lord of the rinks," 02-Aug-21:1C
"Bugs bringing it to a boil," 02-Mar-29:1C
"Bugs clinch," 02-Mar-16:1C
"Bugs find challenge in CHL," 02-Jan-10:1C
"Bugs gain big victory," 02-Mar-06:1C
"Bugs get much-needed win," 02-Mar-01:1C
"Bugs have new direction," 02-Oct-16:1C
"Bugs hit the road to find success," 02-Jan-11:6C
"Bugs leave three open for draft," 02-May-18:1C
"Bugs make bid for CHL title," 02-Mar-20:1A
"Bugs pull even with Kings," 02-04-07:1C
"Bugs pull even with overtime victory," 02-Mar-23:1C
"Bugs rally for dramatic opening win," 02-Oct-18:1C
"Bugs rally for victory," 02-Mar-10:1C
"Bugs rebuild dynasty," 02-Jul-15:1C
"Bugs right back in it," 02-04-06:1C
"Bugs seek toughness," 02-Mar-20:1C
"Bugs set for title run," 02-Mar-19:1C
"Bugs smear Ice on the cake," 02-Mar-17:1C
"Bugs take it to limit," 02-04-13:1C
"Bugs vie for playoff spot," 02-Jan-18:1C
"Bugs, Kings all even at 2," 02-04-08:1C
"Dangerous place to be," 02-04-05:1C
"Enthused Bugs open camp," 02-Oct-08:1C
"Fans flocking to Mudbugs games," 02-02-07:1C
"Hockey aims to keep fans safe," 02-Nov-12:1C
"Hubloo at home on ice," 02-Nov-19:1C
"It's Mudbug season," 02-Mar-25:1C
"Kings cook Bugs," 02-04-14:1C
"Locker rooms bring teams closer," 02-Jun-25:1C
"Madden takes Mudbugs' reins," 02-Oct-03:1C
"Memphis edges Bugs," 02-Mar-30:1C
"Mudbugs begin preseason," 02-Oct-10:1C
"Mudbugs blank Fort Worth, 3-0," 02-Mar-09:1C
"Mudbugs clinch series," 02-Mar-25:1A
"Mudbugs down Ice again," 02-Mar-11:1C
"Mudbugs face uphill battle," 02-04-01:1C
"Mudbugs fall farther back in playoff race with loss," 02-02-28:2C
"Mudbugs impressive in preseason opener," 02-Oct-11:1C
"Mudbugs inject new players into lineup," 02-Jan-04:4C
"Mudbugs owner ponders offers," 02-Jul-02:1A
"Mudbugs suffer damaging defeat," 02-Mar-02:1C
"Mudbugs try to even series tonight," 02-Mar-22:1C
"Mudbugs win, increase playoff chances," 02-Mar-04:1C
"Mudbugs' latest fund-raiser is a huge success," 02-Mar-15:7C
"Mudbugs' rally enables overtime victory," 02-Jan-25:1C
"Muscutt happy with club as trade deadline approaches," 02-02-01:6C
"NHL invades Bossier," 02-Sep-18:1C
"Playoff chase closing in on Mudbugs," 02-Mar-05:1C
"RiverKings rout Mudbugs," 02-Mar-31:1C
"Road trip could make or break Mudbugs' season," 02-Dec-12:3C
"Roster of players," 02-Oct-17:7C
"Sale of Mudbugs to Minden man nearly final," 02-Sep-26:1A
"So much to live up to," 02-Dec-20:1C
"There is more to shootouts than meets the eye," 02-Nov-07:3C
Boy Scouts
"Local troops scout neighborhoods for food," 02-Jan-13:1B
Breaux, Sen. John
"Air Force could aid virus fight," 02-Aug-13:1A
"Air Force to take on virus fight," 02-Aug-14:1B
"Breaux considers education and health care top election issues," 02-Jan-04:2A
"Breaux declines," 02-Jan-04:1B
"Breaux optimistic about drug plan," 02-Jul-29:1A
"Breaux promises not to let prescription drug issue drop," 02-Jul-24:2A
"Breaux promotes local healthcare programs," 02-04-02:1B
"Breaux stops by to read to children," 02-04-03:3B
"Breaux studies more oversight for state-regulated funeral firms," 02-02-21:4A
"Breaux to announce intentions," 02-Jan-03:1A
"Breaux's decision on governor's race reflects Washington's new clout," 02-Jan-04:2A
"Breaux: Shift won't affect Congress," 02-Nov-08:1B
"Candidates lining up for governor's post," 02-Jan-06:1A
"Defense spending bill has $1.23B for Louisiana," 02-Aug-02:3A
"La. lawmakers report last year's finances," 02-Jun-15:1B
"Landrieu, Breaux differ on campaign finance reform," 02-02-28:9A
"Lawmakers work closer in wake of anthrax," 02-Jan-02:1A
"Louisiana lawmakers support Bush's homeland security proposal," 02-Jun-07:3A
"Louisiana lawmakers unanimous in support of Iraq resolution," 02-Oct-11:4A
"Louisiana senators split votes on Medicare," 02-Aug-01:3A
Bridges
"Bridge lanes to reopen today," 02-Nov-13:1B
"Motorists to be rerouted during repairs to bridge," 02-Jun-06:1B
Brown, Jim
"Brown set to leave for prison," 02-Oct-15:1B
"Brown to 'keep fighting'", 02-Aug-26:1A
"Court affirms Jim Brown's lying conviction," 02-Aug-24:2A
"Edwards and Brown lose latest attempt to avoid prison," 02-Oct-12:1B
"Edwards and Brown seek to stay out of jail," 02-Sep-28:1B
"EWE, Brown to take cases to high court," 02-Sep-24:1A
"Judges refuse prosecution motion to revoke Jim Brown's bond," 02-Sep-04:2B
Burton, James
"James Burton talks about Elvis at Harrah's," 02-Oct-08:1D
Bush, President George
"Bush to headline Terrell rally at Hirsch," 02-Nov-27:1A
"Bush to visit Shreveport," 02-Nov-26:1A
"First President Bush speaks in Monroe," 02-Dec-03:2A
"Free tickets for Bush visit stir interest," 02-Nov-28:1A
"Lines continue to form for tickets to see president," 02-Nov-30:1B
"N. Louisianans eager to see President Bush," 02-Dec-01:1A
"Politics, not crisis, brings Bush back," 02-Dec-03:1A
"President lauds Providence House founders," 02-Dec-04:3A
"President leads GOP's La. charge," 02-Dec-04:1A
Byrd High School
"Byrd High School's Alumni Association names this year's Hall of Fame inductees," 02-Sep-09:5B
"Fitzgerald building to be dedicated," 02-Mar-20:1B

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Caddo Lake
"Don Henley's tour benefiting Caddo Lake Institute," 02-Mar-03:1D
Caddo Parish
"Caddo Parish, city to upgrade building security," 02-Aug-06:1A
"Cemetery for veterans, Chimp Haven in sight," 02-Dec-30:1A
"New Mooringsport mayor to be named today," 02-02-07:3B
Caddo-Bossier Office of Emergency Preparedness
"Area agencies tackle homeland security," 02-Mar-18:1A
"Caddo, Bossier make strides in terrorism response training," 02-Sep-07:5A
"Disaster drill to test area emergency responders, hospitals," 02-Oct-09:2B
"Facility to help officials better cope with disasters," 02-Jan-17:3B
"La. to get $16.7M to fight bioterrorism," 02-02-01:4A
"Louisiana hopes to secure $3.4M more for West Nile fight," 02-Aug-13:3B
Caddo-Bossier Port Commission
"Port commission OKs tax millage rate," 02-04-20:6B
"Port commission to vote on tax millage rate," 02-04-18:3B
"PSC order moves port closer to power plant," 02-Mar-05:6B
Caddo-Community Action Agency
"Land donation means more opportunity," 02-Aug-06:1B
Caddo-Correctional Center
"Caddo Parish, sheriff to discuss $190K bill," 02-Jul-02:1A
"Jail funding dispute divides sheriff, Caddo Commission," 02-May-16:1A
"Judge sets trial date in sheriff's suit against Caddo Commission," 02-Dec-19-3B
"Panel will make offer to sheriff," 02-Dec-18:1B
"Parish payment to sheriff falls short; dispute continues," 02-Jul-04:5B
"Sheriff to file suit over funds," 02-May-24:1B
"Sheriff, parish are close to resolution," 02-Sep-11:1B
CadParish-Commission
"Activists to protest agency's use of gas chamber to euthanize animals," 02-Jan-14:1B
"Advocates, officials debate animal shelter," 02-Jun-19:1B
"Animal activists seek change," 02-Oct-14:1A
"Caddo Commission candidates speak out," 02-Mar-27:5B
"Caddo Commission opens floor for debate over Confederate flag," 02-04-19:1B
"Caddo Commission seats new officers," 02-Jan-04:1B
"Caddo Commission spearheads push for youth shelter at former school," 02-Mar-12:1B
"Caddo Commission to discuss suit, dispute with sheriff," 02-Dec-10:1A
"Caddo Commission to meet today," 02-May-20:1B
"Caddo Commission to seek money for temporary bridge," 02-Jun-21:1B
"Caddo commissioner's quick action at casino saves a life," 02-Jan-30:1A
"Caddo drops suit to validate voting precincts," 02-Aug-13:1B
"Caddo flood insurance could rise," 02-Jun-14:1A
"Caddo land policy discussed," 02-Oct-15:1B
"Caddo may increase its budget," 02-Nov-04:1B
"Caddo OKs deal for youth shelter," 02-Oct-04:1B
"Caddo Parish to strive to keep elections on fall ballot," 02-Jul-29:1A
"Caddo Parish, sheriff to discuss $190K bill," 02-Jul-02:1A
"Caddo Passes $52M budget," 02-Dec-04:3B
"Caddo Phone program gets huge response," 02-Nov-25:1B
"Caddo ponders tight 2003 budget," 02-Oct-15:1B
"Caddo pushes forward with shelter plans," 02-Mar-22:1B
"Caddo says it's acting on shelter study findings," 02-Jun-23:1B
"Caddo seeks funds to open youth facility," 02-Jun-30:1A
"Caddo to get national veterans cemetery," 02-02-14:1B
"Caddo to ponder funds for temporary bridge," 02-Jul-03:1B
"Charter school headmaster to appeal Caddo rezoning ruling," 02-Mar-13:3B
"Citizens cry foul over shelter tactics," 02-Jan-18:1B
"Commission allows liquor at local eatery," 02-Nov-22:1B
"Commission barely OKs restaurant," 02-02-22:1B
"Commission denies Ellerbe Road restaurant," 02-Jan-03:1B
"Commission gives early OK to redistricting," 02-Jan-18:1B
"Commission moves for settlement with sheriff," 02-Jun-07:1B
"Commission scales back land offer," 02-May-24:8B
"Confederate flag debate still on," 02-04-07:1A
"Confederate Memorial debate continues to rage in Caddo," 02-Jul-22:1A
"Debate resumes over controversial flag," 02-May-10:1B
"Elections likely to resume," 02-Aug-09:1B
"Fall elections may be in jeopardy," 02-Jul-26:1A
"Jail funding dispute divides sheriff, Caddo commission," 02-May-16:1A
"Judge sets trial date in sheriff's suit against Caddo Commission," 02-Dec-19-3B
"Judicial relief sought to clear way for Caddo fall elections," 02-Aug-02:1B
"Long elected to commission seat," 02-04-07:4A
"Officials: Caddo should pay for using Bossier City shelter," 02-Oct-11:1A
"Panel will make offer to sheriff," 02-Dec-18:1B
"Parish approves $25,000 for Medal of Honor Convention," 02-Mar-08:2B
"Parish looking at youth shelter," 02-Sep-21:1B
"Parish may revamp animal control," 02-Sep-21:1A
"Parish nixes land donation after lengthy discussion," 02-Oct-18:1B
"Parish payment to sheriff falls short; dispute continues," 02-Jul-04:5B
"Parish to consider bridge," 02-Jul-04:1B
"Parish to sell land for GM suppliers," 02-Jun-07:6B
"Parish, animal advocates unite," 02-Nov-18:1A
"Parish, city to mull paying expenses for youth shelter," 02-Dec-06:2B
"Precinct lawsuit hits snag," 02-Aug-03:1B
"Program utilizes old cell phones," 02-Nov-13:1A
"Reapportionment meeting scheduled," 02-Jan-04:1B
"Sale of property in question," 02-May-21:1B
"School decision expected," 02-Mar-05:1B
"School site denied a second time," 02-02-08:1B
"Seed money withdrawn from veterans cemetery," 02-04-16:1B
"Shelter gives Caddo Parish surprise bill," 02-Oct-01:1B
"Sheriff to file suit over funds," 02-May-24:1B
"Strip Club opponents file motion," 02-Jul-24:1B
"Supplier may get property," 02-May-16:1A
"Supplier, Caddo move on land lease," 02-Jan-04:1B
"Suppliers set to lease building," 02-May-17:8B
"Talk swirls around administrator's future," 02-Jun-16:1A
CadParish-Courthouse
"Caddo Parish, city to upgrade building security," 02-Aug-06:1A
"Confederate Memorial debate continues to rage in Caddo," 02-Jul-22:1A
CadParish-School Board
"ACLU fights La. abstinence program," 02-May-10:1A
"ACT practice session scheduled," 02-Jan-24:1B
"All Caddo high schools can try semester-exam pilot," 02-Nov-06:1B
"Auditor reviews board's land deal," 02-Nov-20:1A
"Barret students honor late leader," 02-02-14:1B
"Board delays school proposal," 02-04-17:1A
"Board meeting heats up over principal's recent resignation," 02-Oct-16:4B
"Board ponders cost of proposed school," 02-04-11:1B
"Board prepares for bond election," 02-Jun-05:1A
"Board readies to fill leader vacancy," 02-Dec-08:1A
"Board to consider developer's school proposal," 02-Mar-06:1A
"Board to focus on budget," 02-Nov-26:1B
"Board to look at policy," 02-Jun-02:1B
"Board to review decision on felon teacher," 02-04-08:1A
"Board's land deal raises questions," 02-Oct-15:1A
"Caddo board discusses revised school attendance zone plan," 02-Jan-09:3B
"Caddo board dumps policy on F grades," 02-Sep-18:1B
"Caddo board eyes problem-solving programs," 02-Jun-04:1A
"Caddo board lets Schiller work with developer on school proposal," 02-Mar-20:3B
"Caddo board OKs July bond election," 02-May-23:1A
"Caddo board OKs school changes," 02-Jan-23:1A
"Caddo board to consider bond needs," 02-May-19:1A
"Caddo board to discuss proposed bond projects," 02-May-22:1B
"Caddo board to look at legal expenses," 02-Nov-09:1A
"Caddo creates two high school reading lists," 02-04-17:5B
"Caddo drops suit to validate voting precincts," 02-Aug-13:1B
"Caddo grading policy faces debate," 02-Sep-16:1A
"Caddo may alter tardy rule," 02-Mar-18:1A
"Caddo may seek bond election," 02-May-08:1B
"Caddo may trim $11M from budget," 02-Jun-19:1A
"Caddo names Ron Festavan as interim superintendent," 02-Jul-31:1A
"Caddo Parish may see new expanded arts program," 02-Dec-03:1B
"Caddo pay scale stirs discontent," 02-Nov-19:1B
"Caddo ponders no raise," 02-May-29:1A
"Caddo School Board creates separate grade policy," 02-Oct-02:5B
"Caddo School Board moves quickly to appoint new Fairfield principal," 02-Dec-18:3B
"Caddo School Board reviews athletic stipend schedule," 02-May-20:1A
"Caddo School Board to ponder joining tobacco money lawsuit," 02-Aug-14:5B
"Caddo School Board tries to get elections on track," 02-Jul-31:1B
"Caddo school system reviews its finances," 02-02-11:1A
"Caddo to get more teachers under revised staffing formula," 02-Jun-01:1A
"Caddo to review policy changes," 02-May-13:1B
"Caddo to seek bond approval," 02-04-26:1B
"Caddo to study new school lease," 02-04-23:1A
"City buys land for new jail," 02-Dec-15:1A
"Committee to assess schools," 02-Nov-30:1B
"Committee to develop Fair Share," 02-Sep-28:1B
"Contest ahead in Caddo School Board election," 02-02-25:1B
"Contract deal stirs debate," 02-02-21:1A
"Developer offers Caddo new school," 02-Mar-01:1A
"Developer: Caddo board land deal legitimate," 02-Oct-18:1A
"Elections likely to resume," 02-Aug-09:1B
"Eursla Hardy to serve on Caddo School Board," 02-04-07:4A
"Fair Share committee to examine spending," 02-Oct-10:1B
"Fall elections could mean changes in Caddo," 02-Mar-13:1A
"Fall elections may be in jeopardy," 02-Jul-26:1A
"First report cards will reflect actual 'F' grades," 02-Oct-13:2B
"Four School board incumbents win," 02-Oct-06:1A
"Group attempts to woo School Board downtown," 02-02-24:1B
"Group opposes additions," 02-Jan-18:1B
"Groups to study Caddo school district's needs," 02-Jul-24:1A
"Henderson to run for school board," 02-Jul-16-1B
"Hospital proposes student clinic at Atkins Elementary," 02-Sep-04:3B
"Incoming Caddo School Board to face full plate of issues," 02-Nov-01:1A
"Insurance to rise for Caddo school workers," 02-Dec-04:1B
"Judicial relief sought to clear way for Caddo fall elections," 02-Aug-02:1B
"LSUHSC makes offer on Caddo school," 02-Oct-01:1B
"NAACP, ministers focus on Caddo school rezoning," 02-Jan-12:1A
"Neighborhood group supports school bond," 02-Jul-17:lB
"New school up to voters," 02-04-25:1A
"Ollie Tyler would consider return," 02-Jul-28:1A
"Panel to revoke Right Step school charter," 02-Aug-15:1A
"Panel upholds firing of Caddo school bus driver," 02-Mar-20:3B
"Parish makes another attempt to include School Board elections on October ballot," 02-Aug-08:3B
"Plan would give students half-days during exams," 02-Nov-05:1B
"Precinct lawsuit hits snag," 02-Aug-03:1B
"Program expected to feed thousands," 02-May-27:1B
"Program to benefit 14 schools," 02-Dec-01:1B
"Program to focus on character building," 02-May-28:1B
"Raises, programs sap funds from Caddo," 02-Jun-17:1A
"Runoffs make way for new voices," 02-Nov-06:4A
"Schedule change prompts discussion," 02-Jun-05:1B
"Schiller is finalist for Illinois position," 02-Jul-23:1A
"Schiller to leave Caddo schools," 02-Jul-26:1A
"Schiller: Students can't go," 02-04-21:1B
"School Board land deal may draw probe," 02-Oct-16:1A
"School Board may revise its whistle-blower policy," 02-Aug-26:1A
"School Board may start own police force," 02-Sep-04:1B
"School board members converge on Shreveport for annual convention," 02-02-27:2B
"School Board opts to change attorneys," 02-02-20:1A
"School Board to prepare new members," 02-Oct-07:1A
"School bond issue irks community leaders," 02-Jul-11:1B
"School officials continue planning to meet goals," 02-02-04:1B
"School to keep block schedules," 02-Jun-19:2A
"Team to help make school transition smooth," 02-Mar-16:1B
"Transfer elicits emotions," 02-Nov-20:1B
"Voters at odds over student population," 02-Jun-30:1A
"Voters nix Caddo's $61.6M proposal," 02-Jul-21:1A
CadParish-Schools
"Admissions policy basis for lawsuit," 02-04-19:1B
"Area receives mixed scores from testing," 02-May-15:1A
"Area school year begins for eight new principals," 02-Aug-12:1A
"Back to School," 02-Aug-04:SS
"Board: Revoke school's license," 02-Jul-24:1A
"Bossier students increase," 02-Oct-02:1A
"Bow Wow sends stay in school message to receptive students," 02-04-23:1A
"Broadmoor Middle alters school day, electives," 02-04-10:1B
"Caddo aims higher," 02-Nov-24:1A
"Caddo Exceptional closing up in the air," 02-Jun-09:1B
"Caddo eyes special education goals," 02-May-07:1B
"Caddo Parish program targets lagging school students," 02-Mar-11:1A
"Caddo principal wins state honor," 02-Dec-12:1A
"Caddo programs aim to help lagging students move ahead," 02-Jan-05:1A
"Caddo school system official headed for Illinois," 02-Oct-09:1B
"Caddo school transportation wins national award," 02-Nov-11:1B
"Caddo staffing, enrollment projections show decline," 02-May-12:1A
"Caddo, Bossier Iowa results mixed," 02-Aug-10:1B
"Caddo, Bossier pilot after-school programs," 02-Jan-27:2B
"Caddo, others to offer GEE 21 remediation," 02-04-22:1A
"Charter school headmaster to appeal Caddo rezoning ruling," 02-Mar-13:3B
"Charter school's future doubtful," 02-Aug-11:1A
"Charter school's license in doubt," 02-Jul-23:1A
"Children return to classrooms," 02-Aug-13:1A
"Classroom tests go high-tech," 02-Mar-03:2B
"Community task force runs into problems," 02-Aug-30:1A
"Consortium, schools pitch math-science-technology program," 02-02-06:3B
"Diverse population pushes program," 02-Jan-16:1A
"Elementary basketball league offers incentive," 02-Jan-24:1A
"Grades allow parents to compare districts," 02-May-03:4A
"GSU, Mooretown school work together," 02-Aug-10:1B
"High school schedule change is pending," 02-Jun-12:2B
"High school students prepare for another shot at exit exam," 02-Jun-20:1A
"Improved schools say programs are key," 02-Nov-08:5A
"Initial enrollment shows a decline," 02-Aug-21:1A
"It's law," 02-Dec-12:1A
"Keithville, Southwood schools would use new teaching methods," 02-02-05:2A
"La. school budget plan could hurt Caddo," 02-02-01:1A
"Landrieu praises Caddo Magnet as good example of school choice," 02-04-05:2B
"LaPREP students recognized at ceremony," 02-Jul-20:1B
"LEAP results offer some hope, officials say," 02-May-18:1A
"Local officials observe conflict in grades," 02-May-03:1A
"Local school celebrates the red, white and blue," 02-Jun-28:1B
"Local school receives national award," 02-May-16:1B
"Midway Elementary touts first year as professional development school," 02-04-11:1B
"Northwest Louisiana teachers go to summer school in area," 02-Jul-19:1B
"Parents: Do your homework early to score well," 02-Mar-26:1A
"Performance ratings released," 02-Nov-08:1A
"Randy Fair retires after 34 years of teaching," 02-May-26:2B
"Results mixed for LEAP, GEE," 02-Aug-06:1A
"Results of LEAP retest released," 02-Aug-15:1A
"School decision expected," 02-Mar-05:1B
"School system to replace damaged books at BTW," 02-Nov-04:1B
"Schools' testing week progresses without a hitch," 02-Mar-14:1B
"Six Caddo schools join list for bond-funded improvements," 02-Jan-30:1B
"Some schools put on watch list," 02-Nov-08:1A
"Southwood gets new principal," 02-Jul-01:1B
"State schools to get rewards," 02-Jan-29:3B
"Test scores, attendance and dropouts considered in rankings," 02-Nov-08:4A
"Transformations lay ahead for Caddo Parish schools," 02-02-05:1A
"Valedictorians share how they reached top of Class of 2002," 02-May-07:1A
CadParish-Sheriff's Office
"100th auxiliary deputy graduates," 02-Aug-30:4B
"Caddo Commission to discuss suit, dispute with sheriff," 02-Dec-10:1A
"Caddo deputy is officer of the year," 02-Jul-17:lB
"Caddo sheriff adds crime mapping," 02-02-18:1B
"Caddo sheriff to offer women's safety classes," 02-Aug-19:1B
"Caddo sheriff's detective honored," 02-04-26:2B
"Caddo Sheriff's Office to start assisting INS," 02-02-22:3B
"Jail funding dispute divides sheriff, Caddo commission," 02-May-16:1A
"Parish, city start new booking system," 02-Jun-23:5B
"Police, sheriff team up," 02-Aug-08:1B
"Prator calls on neighbors to be nosy," 02-Aug-23:1B
"Prator files suit against Caddo," 02-May-25:1B
"Program to teach gun safety," 02-Nov-15:5B
"Recruits graduate from sheriff's academy," 02-Jul-02:3B
"Ripple effects," 02-Sep-05:1A
"Sheriff asks for tax hike," 02-Aug-20:1A
"Sheriff files more than 250 tax suits," 02-Dec-31:1A
"Sheriff to file suit over funds," 02-May-24:1B
"Sheriff's camp gives boys unique experience," 02-Jun-11:1B
"Sheriff's office offers $500 scholarship," 02-Jan-11:3B
"Sheriff, parish are close to resolution," 02-Sep-11:1B
"Shreveport jailers among first with new training," 02-Jun-12:5B
"Women firearms class is this week," 02-Sep-24:1B
Campbell, Sen. Foster
"Campbell announces candidacy for PSC," 02-02-26:1B
"Campbell takes oath as new PSC member," 02-Dec-31:2B
"Campbell to run for PSC," 02-02-23:6B
"Foster Campbell's Senate seat will be up for grabs," 02-Nov-07:3B
"Senate colleagues endorse Campbell," 02-May-14:2B
Catholic Church
"Bishops conference starts today in Dallas," 02-Jun-13:1A
"Bishops to vote on no-tolerance policy," 02-Jun-14:1A
"Bishops' head pleads for unity, urges healing," 02-Nov-12:5A
"Diocese localizes abuse policy," 02-Jun-18:1A
"Diocese moves ahead on sex abuse policy," 02-Nov-24:1A
"Greco Institute to offer four new postgraduate programs," 02-Aug-23:2B
"New Catholic school set to open," 02-Jan-13:2B
"Role of priests is questioned," 02-Jun-12:1A
"St. John Berchmans Cathedral celebrates a century of service," 02-Oct-11:4D
Cemeteries
"Officials to honor Star Cemetery, boosters," 02-04-08:3B
"Veterans cemetery receives funding," 02-Jul-03:3B
Census 2002
"Census shows Cajun assimilation," 02-Jun-09:5B
"Census shows more single mothers are leaving poverty," 02-Aug-09:1A
"Latest census release paints diverse La. portrait," 02-May-25:1A
"Study: Bossier census incorrect," 02-Aug-05:1A
Centenary College
"Campus protest moves event," 02-04-12:1B
"Centenary announces bassoon recital," 02-Oct-22:3D
"Centenary choir announces 'Rhapsody'", 02-Nov-01:3D
"Centenary confers degrees on 245," 02-May-05:5B
"Centenary dedicates two music buildings," 02-Oct-11:1B
"Centenary dismisses professor," 02-May-06:1B
"Centenary Film Society gets under way," 02-Sep-17:3D
"Centenary graduate wins Met opera finals," 02-04-27:1A
"Centenary students protest U.S. invasion of Iraq," 02-Dec-06:1B
"Centenary students to present recital," 02-04-26:1B
"Centenary to go with Mid-Con," 02-Oct-17:1A
"Clarinetist, pianist to perform free concert," 02-Sep-24:2D
"College choir moves to new site," 02-Nov-07:1B
"Early Afro-Creole writings discovered," 02-Mar-04:1A
"Friends of Music concert season set at Centenary," 02-Sep-24:2D
"Hurley Symphony to perform concert," 02-Sep-24:2D
"Irish poet earns Centenary's Corrington medal," 02-Oct-22:1D
"Ladies and Gentlemen...Welcome to the Mid-Con," 02-Oct-18:1C
"Noted artist to speak at Centenary," 02-Jan-12:4D
"Noted author to share insights at Centenary," 02-04-04:3B
"Regents award funds to three area colleges," 02-Aug-29:3B
"William Joyce gets Centenary office," 02-Dec-05:1B
"William Joyce moves to academia," 02-Jan-22:1D
Central Baseball League
"Professional baseball returns to Shreveport," 02-Dec-17:1A
"Team faces tough road," 02-Dec-17:1C
Central Hockey League
"CHL brass likes progress," 02-Jan-25:1C
CenturyTel Center
"'O Brother' tour slated to play at CenturyTel," 02-May-07:1A
"Aerosmith to play at CenturyTel," 02-Aug-20:1A
"Aerosmith, STP rock CenturyTel," 02-Oct-23:1B
"Alan Jackson keeps it real for concert in Bossier City," 02-02-16:3B
"Alltel closes CenturyTel," 02-Aug-01:6B
"Arena bids on Davis Cup," 02-02-09:1C
"Arena: No camping for Britney tickets," 02-04-12:1B
"Britney fans come out in full force," 02-Jul-19:1A
"Britney has fans in a frenzy," 02-04-07:1B
"CenturyTel arena in hunt for Davis Cup," 02-02-12:1A
"CenturyTel Center again ranks in top 50 arenas," 02-Oct-25:1B
"CenturyTel Center sales rank nationally," 02-04-19:1A
"CenturyTel earnings exceed expectations," 02-Jul-26:8B
"CenturyTel founder Williams dies at 80," 02-Jun-06:6B
"CenturyTel is among world's top 50 venues," 02-Jul-18:1A
"CenturyTel is on top 10 arena list," 02-Dec-31:1A
"Cher show entertaining if an uneven, spectacle," 02-Nov-17:5B
"Creed concert touches fans," 02-Jan-21:3B
"Creed," 02-Jan-15:1D
"Davis Cup passes on Bossier," 02-02-28:1C
"Dylan rocks arena," 02-02-24:6B
"Eagles fly high after all these years," 02-Jul-02:2D
"Eagles to play the CenturyTel," 02-04-17:1A
"Gaither Homecoming to return to CenturyTel," 02-Mar-01:4D
"George Strait is coming to CenturyTel Center," 02-Nov-23:1A
"James Taylor fires up crowd in Bossier City," 02-Dec-14:2B
"Kid Rock dazzles crowd," 02-Mar-09:3D
"Kid Rock...s," 02-Mar-05:1D
"Local concert scene on upswing," 02-02-23:1A
"Monster trucks to roll at CenturyTel," 02-Jan-05:1B
"More than 900 graduate at CenturyTel," 02-May-19:1B
"NHL invades Bossier," 02-Sep-18:1C
"NHL to visit Bossier City," 02-Mar-06:1C
"Roth, Hagar cancel concert," 02-Jul-16:3B
"Traffic flow to change for Kid Rock concert," 02-Mar-07:3B
"Wrestlers rock CenturyTel Center," 02-Jan-16:1B
"Wrestling to return to CenturyTel Center," 02-Aug-30:1B
Chandler, Dianne
"Bossier City Clean City Committee director dies," 02-Dec-31:2B
Chimp Haven
"Cemetery for veterans, Chimp Haven in sight," 02-Dec-30:1A
"Chimp Haven educates community," 02-04-22:1B
"Chimp Haven set to open doors in 2004," 02-Oct-01:1A
"Group's contract extended," 02-Jun-11:1B
Christian Services
"Ministry to remodel historic restaurant," 02-Mar-20:1B
"Neighbors and doctors assist Christian Service," 02-Dec-23:1B
Christus Schumpert Health System
"Christus Bossier takes on a new life," 02-Jan-18:8B
"Christus heralds a new alliance," 02-Mar-06:1A
"Christus Schumpert joins cancer trial," 02-Oct-08:3B
"Christus Schumpert to offer 'Survivor' fitness program," 02-Sep-20:2D
"Clinic to coordinate mind, body, spirit," 02-May-11:1A
"Hospital proposes student clinic at Atkins Elementary," 02-Sep-04:3B
"Hospital study commissioned," 02-May-27:10B
"Local hospital gets present this year," 02-Dec-26:1B
"Local policy on abortion," 02-Jan-22:4A
"Middle school students experience week of medical school," 02-Jul-24:6B
"Outpatient firm will offer quick service," 02-May-30:6B
"Rehabilitation center celebrates opening," 02-Jul-17:8B
"Schumpert to aid Springhill Medical," 02-Sep-28:6B
"Schumpert to hold health fair," 02-04-05:2B
"Sisters bid farewell to hospital posts," 02-Jul-26:4D
Civil War
"Civil War grave rededication set," 02-Sep-22:1B
"Confederate Day event observed," 02-Jun-04:1B
"Confederate event activities in place," 02-Jun-02:1A
"Events to highlight confederate history," 02-04-01:1B
"Historians: Civil War site threatened by mining," 02-02-26:1A
"Living history featured at area Civil War site," 02-Jul-19:3B
"Water supply subject of talk," 02-May-14:1B
Congressional Medal of Honor Society Convention
"'Land of the free'", 02-Sep-12:1B
"'Never forget!' Schwarzkopf says as convention closes," 02-Sep-13:1A
"CBS to air piece on Medal of Honor," 02-Sep-20:1B
"Convention banquet tickets selling well," 02-Aug-14:5B
"Heroes begin arriving," 02-Sep-10:1A
"Heroes born in war," 02-Sep-01:1A
"LaDowns crew ready for Medal of Honor culinary challenge," 02-Sep-11:1D
"Locals hail success of special gathering," 02-Sep-13:2A
"Louisiana has three living honorees," 02-Sep-01:1A
"Medal of Honor event nears," 02-Aug-04:1A
"Medal of Honor recipients re-enlist airmen at BAFB," 02-Sep-12:1B
"Medal of Honor recipients to speak at BPCC," 02-Sep-07:2B
"Medal of Honor Society leader speaks at BAFB," 02-Aug-07:1B
"Medal recipients reflect on Sept. 11," 02-Sep-11:1B
"Medal recipients share stories with students," 02-Sep-13:1B
"Society members pause to recall missing, dead," 02-Sep-13:2A
"VA official to speak to Medal of Honor recipients," 02-Sep-02:1A
"Vietnam hero ' a grunt in the military who did his job'", 02-Sep-01:1B
"Volunteer for freedom's defense pays a haunting price," 02-Sep-02:1B
Cotton
"Cairo Plantation makes first bale of harvested cotton," 02-Sep-08:5I
"Cotton bale auction upholds tradition," 02-Sep-17:6B
Cross Lake
"Anglers cast for national title," 02-Jun-06:1A
"Area youths embark on fishing expedition Saturday at Cross Lake," 02-Aug-25:1B
"BFL anglers battle 'Slot Monster'", 02-Jun-07:1C
"Cross Lake patrol gears up for waves of boaters, skiers," 02-04-06:1B
"Cross Lake slot limit not written in stone," 02-Sep-01:9C
"Cross Lake: One of our treasures," 02-Sep-02:1A
"Father on mind as angler wins $100K," 02-Jun-09:1C
"FLW official seeks waiver on fish size," 02-Sep-01:1A

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Davis, Jimmie
"Foster, ex-governors honor Jimmie Davis," 02-Jun-05:5B
Dawson, Mat
"'Mat' Dawson's legacy offers great life lesson," 02-Nov-08:11A
"Philanthropist 'Mat' Dawson dies," 02-Nov-08:3B
Dement, Mayor George
"Dement says project plans bode well for city," 02-Mar-27:3B
"Mayor's son awaits outcome of arrest," 02-May-28:1B
DeSoto Parish
"Attorney withdraws from school suit," 02-Nov-12:3B
"Boards to review contracts of superintendents," 02-Dec-03:1A
"Christian group continues DeSoto casino fight," 02-Aug-09:1B
"Contract sparks anonymous letter," 02-Oct-29:1B
"Courthouse annex gets final approval," 02-Jan-08:1B
"DeSoto board extends superintendent's contract," 02-Dec-06:1B
"DeSoto board will revisit redistricting," 02-04-08:1B
"DeSoto library system to seek tax," 02-Aug-28:1B
"DeSoto Parish School Board delays reapportionment vote," 02-02-12:2A
"DeSoto Police Jury denies School Board's precinct splits," 02-Mar-02:1B
"DeSoto Police Jury keeps same officers," 02-Jan-11:2B
"DeSoto Police Jury OKs casino," 02-Aug-03:1A
"DeSoto School Board faces budget deficit," 02-May-08:1B
"DeSoto School Board member threatens lawsuit to get detailed copy of budget," 02-Jan-07:3B
"DeSoto School Board precinct cuts unsettled," 02-04-09:2B
"DeSoto School Board settles 12 year old suit," 02-Sep-12:3B
"DeSoto sees unexpected bump in school enrollment," 02-Oct-24:1A
"DeSoto starts SAFE program," 02-02-15:1B
"Economic benefit of DeSoto casino touted," 02-Aug-05:1A
"Jena group to seek support," 02-Sep-14:1A
"Jena tribe pitches DeSoto casino," 02-Jul-09:1A
"N. DeSoto principal's job may be in jeopardy," 02-Dec-17:1A
"New DeSoto Parish water laws sent back for revision," 02-Jun-11:3B
"Panel, Logansport asked to speak on proposed casino," 02-Nov-27:1B
"Police Jury recommends two for vacant posts," 02-02-13:3B
"School Board approves deficit budget," 02-Jun-10:1B
"School Board gets conditional approval of precinct splits," 02-04-27:2B
"School Board removes North DeSoto principal," 02-Dec-18:1B
"Suit continues to hang over DeSoto board," 02-02-07:3B
"Three tax renewals on July 20 ballot," 02-Jul-13:2B
"Tribe wants reply from DeSoto by Friday," 02-Jul-25:3B
"Voting glitch hits DeSoto," 02-Oct-16:1B
Downtown Shreveport
"American Tower sold," 02-Nov-26:6B
"City working to manage hotel," 02-04-03:1A
"Clergy, citizens rally against strip club," 02-04-19:1A
"Residents protest strip club," 02-04-22:1A
Duke, David
"Anti-milk campaign features David Duke," 02-Nov-12:1A
"Associates of David Duke appear before grand jury," 02-May-25:3B
"David Duke back in the country," 02-Dec-17:3A
"Duke pleads guilty to fraud," 02-Dec-19-1A
Duncan, Meredith
"Duncan garners amateur award," 02-May-03:1A
"Duncan leads U.S. to Cup win," 02-Aug-05:1C
"Duncan starts strong in Am," 02-Aug-13:1C
"Duncan survives scare at Amateur"
"Duncan upset in first round," 02-Aug-15:1C
"Duncan, U.S. begin Curtis Cup today," 02-Aug-03:1C

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East Bank Theatre
"'Ancestral Voices' auditions are at EBT," 02-Aug-20:3D
"'Barefoot in the Park' launches East Bank Theatre's new season," 02-Sep-17:2D
"'Opal' brings old-fashioned comedy back," 02-04-30:2D
"'Our Town' tickets are now on sale," 02-Nov-19:2D
"Bid opening set for arts building addition," 02-Dec-09:4B
"Director sets new 'Our Town' auditions," 02-Oct-01:3D
"East Bank announces 'Opal' auditions," 02-Mar-05:3D
"East Bank casts 'Barefoot'", 02-Aug-27:3D
"East Bank casts 'Turn of the Screw'", 02-Jan-08:2D
"East Bank extends 'Barefoot'", 02-Oct-01:3D
"East Bank names 'Ancestral Voices' cast," 02-Oct-15:2D
"East Bank offers good 'Our Town'", 02-Dec-07:3B
"East Bank prepares classic mystery," 02-Jan-22:2D
"East Bank releases 'Everybody Loves Opal' cast," 02-04-16:2D
"East Bank to restage 'Foxfire'", 02-Jan-09:3D
"East Bank's 'Barefoot' a winner," 02-Sep-21:4D
"East Bank's 'Turn of the Screw' nifty," 02-Jan-26:4B
"East Bank's 'Voices' pleasant," 02-Nov-02:2B
"EBT sets 'Barefoot in the Park' auditions," 02-Jul-09:2D
"Expansion to benefit Bossier City's art scene," 02-Nov-18:3B
"Familiar 'Our Town' comes to East Bank," 02-Dec-03:2D
"The Company names 'As You Like It' cast," 02-02-19:2D
"The Company serves up 'As You Like It'", 02-Mar-12:2D
"The Company's 'As You Like It' is a mixed bag," 02-Mar-16:3B
"Theatre Eclectic readies show," 02-Jun-04:2D
Edwards, Edwin
"Appeal claims Edwards' crony victim of retaliation," 02-Jan-24:3B
"Appeals court upholds conviction of EWE associate," 02-Jul-16:1A
"Court date set for EWE," 02-04-06:1A
"Edwards and Brown lose latest attempt to avoid prison," 02-Oct-12:1B
"Edwards and Brown seek to stay out of jail," 02-Sep-28:1B
"Edwards appeals for his freedom," 02-Oct-10:1B
"Edwards files an appeal," 02-Dec-17:1B
"Edwards promises to appeal," 02-Aug-27:1A
"Edwards shares thoughts on his life," 02-Oct-20:3A
"Edwards to report to prison," 02-Oct-01:1A
"Edwards verdict upheld," 02-Aug-24:1A
"Edwards writes of prison boredom," 02-Dec-05:1A
"Edwards' $1.8M forfeiture goes to federal government," 02-Nov-09:2B
"EWE begins the long wait for judges' ruling on appeal," 02-Jun-04:1A
"EWE case 'solid' prosecutor says," 02-Aug-24:2A
"EWE makes transition from public life to prison," 02-Oct-22:1A
"EWE spends last days of freedom privately," 02-Oct-21:1A
"EWE, Brown to take cases to high court," 02-Sep-24:1A
"EWE, son to serve in Texas prisons," 02-Oct-06:1A
"EWE: From powerhouse to prisoner," 02-Oct-20:1A
"Ex-Edwards aide must report to prison Tuesday," 02-Mar-30:5B
"Former Edwards aide sentenced," 02-02-01:3B
"Former governor speaks out on specific issues," 02-Aug-27:2A
"Fort Worth prison no 'Club Fed'", 02-Oct-20:4A
"Judge orders EWE to report to prison by Oct. 21," 02-Oct-03:1A
"Judgment day for EWE," 02-Jun-03:1A
"La.'s seen several jailed state officials," 02-Oct-20:3A
"Lawyer argues that wiretaps illegal in EWE-related case," 02-May-11:2B
"Poll: Edwards should get full court hearing," 02-Sep-05:1B
"Prison finally looms for Edwin Edwards," 02-Sep-02:5B
"Prosecutors: EWE a flight risk," 02-Aug-29:1A
Elections
"20 (unusual) questions for Landrieu and Terrell," 02-Nov-24:7I
"3 board members unopposed; late entry in council District B," 02-Aug-24:3B
"3 Caddo School Board seats head for runoff," 02-Oct-06:4A
"3 property tax renewals also on the ballot," 02-Jul-14:2A
"Absentee voting set to begin," 02-Sep-22:1B
"Activists react to Tarver remarks against Landrieu," 02-Nov-22:5B
"Alcohol election now moot," 02-Jan-05:1B
"Alice Foster says she 'would consider' bid for governor," 02-Nov-04:1A
"Alice Foster says she will not run for governor," 02-Nov-05:3B
"All eyes are on District B race," 02-Oct-07:3A
"Analysts expect wide field in governor's race," 02-Dec-12:3A
"Appellate court hears election challenges," 02-Sep-06:1A
"Area panel cleared for Oct. 5 vote," 02-Aug-27:1B
"Area parishes get new voting machines," 02-Jun-04:1A
"Area voters head to polls," 02-May-02:1B
"Armstrong to run for School Board," 02-Jul-21:1B
"At least one interested in Caddo judge position," 02-Mar-13:1B
"Attack ad forces Campbell reply," 02-Sep-01:1A
"Attorney Terri Scott seeks judgeship," 02-Jun-17:1B
"Attorney to run for judge's position," 02-Mar-28:1B
"Attorney to seek School Board seat," 02-04-05:1B
"Benton lawyer enters race for district attorney," 02-Jan-27:1B
"Black vote key to Senate runoff," 02-Nov-10:1A
"Board candidates share views at forum," 02-Sep-20:3B
"Bond election is opposite of 1997," 02-Jul-22:1A
"Bossier City judge to seek re-election," 02-Aug-03:1B
"Bossier City judicial candidates spar," 02-Sep-18:1B
"Bossier City may ask to rededicate tax," 02-Sep-04:1A
"Bossier-Webster DA candidate questions rate of case dismissals," 02-May-22:3B
"Bossier-Webster DA candidates square off," 02-Aug-24:1B
"Bossier-Webster DA race could lead to a runoff," 02-Sep-16:1A
"Bullers won't seek re-election," 02-02-01:1B
"Bush to headline Terrell rally at Hirsch," 02-Nov-27:1A
"Bush to visit Shreveport," 02-Nov-26:1A
"Businessman enters race for City Council," 02-Jul-30:1B
"Businessman to run for City Council seat," 02-Jun-17:1B
"Caddo assistant DA to run for judgeship," 02-Mar-14:1B
"Caddo ballot items listed," 02-04-05:3B
"Caddo court hopefuls tout experience," 02-Sep-18:3B
"Caddo GOP upset with party headquarters," 02-Sep-13:3B
"Caddo Parish races," 02-Aug-22:12A
"Caddo Parish to strive to keep elections on fall ballot," 02-Jul-29:1A
"Caddo School Board candidate will continue campaign," 02-Aug-31:5B
"Caddo School Board candidate wins open records lawsuit," 02-Jul-09:2B
"Caddo School Board District 12 hopefuls must convince rural, suburban voters," 02-Sep-28:2A
"Caddo School Board District 2 candidates wrap up campaigns," 02-Mar-31:5B
"Caddo School Board hopefuls discuss important issues," 02-Aug-30:5B
"Caddo School Board hopefuls lay out fall election platforms," 02-Sep-06:6B
"Caddo School Board official wants another term," 02-Jun-15:1B
"Caddo voters pass taxes to operate jail, sheriff's office," 02-04-07:4A
"Caddo, Bossier voters turn out strong for runoff," 02-Dec-08:4A
"Campaign brings up hot-button issues," 02-Dec-05:3A
"Campaigning for La. governor's race has begun," 02-Dec-02:3B
"Campbell announces candidacy for PSC," 02-02-26:1B
"Campbell, Owen race too close to call," 02-Nov-06:5A
"Candidate decides not to make endorsement," 02-Oct-11:3B
"Candidate forum set for tonight," 02-Jul-30:1B
"Candidate outlines District F platform," 02-Sep-24:3B
"Candidate rulings don't sit well with District F voters," 02-Sep-02:5B
"Candidate seeks School Board seat," 02-Mar-14:1B
"Candidate to run for School Board," 02-04-29:1B
"Candidate torn between districts," 02-Aug-18:1B
"Candidates : District B is a microcosm of Shreveport," 02-Sep-16:3A
"Candidates familiar in judge's race," 02-Sep-24:1A
"Candidates in close races keep eye on official tally," 02-Oct-09:1A
"Candidates lining up for governor's post," 02-Jan-06:1A
"Candidates outlilne their plans to revitalize South Park Mall," 02-Sep-19:2A
"Candidates prepare for Public Service Commission runoff," 02-Oct-07:3A
"Candidates qualify for local, regional races," 02-Aug-22:11A
"Candidates set to have appeals heard Thursday," 02-Sep-04:1B
"Candidates set to speak at cafe," 02-Sep-09:1B
"Candidates submerged voters with dirty tricks," 02-Dec-15:5B
"Cedar Grove is election hot spot," 02-Jul-08:1A
"Cheney visits La. to aid candidates," 02-Nov-19:1A
"City Council candidates gear up for Oct. 5 elections," 02-Sep-29:4A
"City Council hopeful has criminal record," 02-Aug-27:1B
"City Council hopefuls discuss key topics," 02-Sep-17:3A
"City judge candidates trade jabs," 02-Sep-18:3B
"City races affirm growing pains," 02-Sep-15:1A
"City's District D candidates address issues," 02-Sep-18:3A
"Classrooms are issues for School Board District 10," 02-Sep-27:3A
"Clinton unsure if he'll visit La.", 02-Nov-26:3A
"Confusion may reign for voters at polls today," 02-Oct-05:1A
"Conviction tangles possible candidacy," 02-Mar-21:1A
"Cook seeks Caddo School Board seat," 02-Jul-01:1B
"Cooksey touts affordable prescription plan," 02-Aug-08:3B
"Council candidate forum canceled," 02-Jul-31:1B
"Council gains 3 new faces," 02-Oct-06:4A
"Council office-seekers discuss District B issues," 02-Sep-16:3A
"Councilman in District C announces re-election bid," 02-Aug-20:1B
"Councilman takes candidacy appeal to state Supreme Court," 02-Sep-10:1A
"Court to decide on candidacies," 02-Aug-29:1A
"Court upholds ruling to disqualify," 02-Sep-07:1A
"Crawley announces bid for School Board," 02-Jul-01:1B
"Crime, codes dominate District B forum," 02-Sep-13:5B
"DA candidates ready for runoff," 02-Oct-07:1A
"DA's race ignites debate," 02-Aug-25:1A
"Debate in limbo for candidates," 02-Oct-22:3B
"Democrat Jim Crowley enters race for PSC," 02-Jul-25:1B
"District 12 candidates say plans won't change," 02-Dec-09:5B
"District 2 candidates hope to bring change," 02-Sep-22:7A
"District 2 School Board candidates discuss issues," 02-Sep-11:3B
"District 5 race matches veteran educators, civic leaders," 02-Sep-23:1A
"District 6 School Board hopefuls answer questions," 02-Sep-24:2A
"District 7 candidates share platforms," 02-Sep-24:3B
"District 7 School Board candidates share goals, plans," 02-Sep-25:2A
"District 8 School Board candidates answer questions about issues," 02-Sep-26:3A
"District 8 School Board hopefuls discuss plans," 02-Sep-04:3B
"District 8's growth a concern," 02-Sep-26:3A
"District 9 office-seekers offer answers to questions," 02-Sep-26:2A
"District A council hopefuls spar indirectly," 02-Sep-11:3B
"District C judges to square off," 02-Sep-17:1B
"District D candidates talk convention center, growth," 02-Sep-06:6B
"District D hopefuls sort through endorsements headed toward runoff," 02-Oct-07:3A
"District D struggles to support growth," 02-Sep-18:1A
"District E hopefuls focus on economy," 02-Sep-19:1A
"District F council race missing familiar face," 02-Sep-20:1A
"District F hopefuls address concerns of area citizens," 02-Sep-20:2A
"District G candidates answer questions," 02-Sep-21:2A
"District G hopefuls stress revitalization," 02-Sep-21:1A
"District G hopefuls talk issues," 02-Sep-20:3B
"District judge hopefuls speak to local group" 02-08-28:1B
"Dole makes 'get-out-and-vote' pitch," 02-Dec-03:2A
"Don King joins race for District C seat," 02-Jul-22:1B
"Don Sorrells announces District D candidacy," 02-May-20:1B
"Doug Shurling announces candidacy for council," 02-May-14:1B
"Downtown the focus of District B candidate forum," 02-Sep-26:1B
"Economic development topic of council candidate forum," 02-Aug-30:1B
"Education groups to rate candidates," 02-Aug-22:1B
"Election day confuses some," 02-Oct-06:5A
"Election finds no discrepancies," 02-Nov-09:1B
"Election season far from over," 02-Oct-06:5A
"Election to resolve area races," 02-Oct-31:1B
"Elections likely to resume," 02-Aug-09:1B
"Elections to mold School Board," 02-Sep-22:1A
"Elections too close, polls say," 02-Nov-04:1A
"Elizabeth Dole to attend Terrell fund-raiser here," 02-Dec-01:2A
"Ewing to run for governor," 02-Jun-18:1B
"Ex-mayoral hopeful to run for City Council," 02-Jul-24:1B
"Ex-U.S. Rep. Leach says he will run for governor," 02-04-03:1B
"Fall election could boost Shreveport's downtown development projects," 02-Jun-25:2B
"Fall elections may be in jeopardy," 02-Jul-26:1A
"Familiar themes and new wrinkles pop up in Shreveport City Council forum," 02-Oct-16:1B
"Fields says he'll back Landrieu," 02-Nov-20:1A
"Fifth congressional race expected to be close," 02-Aug-26:1B
"Former commissioner enters District A race," 02-Aug-12:1B
"Former legislator to run for governor," 02-Jan-09:1A
"Former state senator to run for governor," 02-04-17:1B
"Foster Campbell's Senate seat will be up for grabs," 02-Nov-07:3B
"Four parishes hold elections today," 02-May-04:1B
"From a tax swap to tax breaks, ballot holds plethora of issues," 02-Oct-20:9I
"Gibson set to run for City Council seat," 02-May-13:1B
"GOP panel backs Terrell," 02-Aug-28:1A
"GOP Senate candidates face off with similar themes," 02-Aug-21:3B
"GOP Senate hopefuls try to draw distinctions," 02-Oct-23:3B
"Green announces plans to seek council seat," 02-Mar-02:1B
"Green to run for Caddo School Board," 02-Jul-13:1B
"Group aims for big turnout for Oct. 5 council election," 02-Jun-16:1B
"Groups continue to debate bond issue," 02-Jul-14:1A
"Groups line up for bond vote," 02-Jun-26:1A
"Henderson enters race for District G seat," 02-04-30:1B
"Henderson to run for school board," 02-Jul-16:1B
"Highland group clarifies candidate mailout," 02-Sep-11:3B
"Hogan to run for Shreveport City Council District E seat," 02-Jun-27:2B
"Hogan to seek City Council District E seat," 02-Jun-24:1B
"Holland enters District D race for City Council," 02-Jul-15:1B
"House hopeful says 'I'm not a coward'", 02-Oct-30:1B
"Houston to run for School Board," 02-Jul-29:1A
"Jimison to run for School Board," 02-Jul-27:1B
"John Hainkel to enter race for Louisiana governor," 02-Dec-17:2A
"Judge rules against candidates," 02-Aug-30:1A
"Judical hopefuls raise big war chests," 02-Sep-30:1A
"Judicial relief sought to clear way for Caddo fall elections," 02-Aug-02:1B
"La. provides 'sweet' victories for Democrats," 02-Dec-09:3A
"La.'s U.S. Senate race shapes up," 02-Oct-14:1A
"Landrieu , Terrell say they want to debate," 02-Nov-14:3A
"Landrieu draws Democratic opponent," 02-Aug-02:3B
"Landrieu follows long political tradition," 02-Dec-01:4A
"Landrieu hammers theme in phone speech," 02-Dec-05:3A
"Landrieu to launch new TV ads," 02-Nov-13:3B
"Landrieu vs. Terrell," 02-Nov-06:1A
"Landrieu wins," 02-Dec-08:1A
"Law agencies campaign for raises," 02-Aug-25:1A
"Law may alter ballot," 02-Aug-19:1A
"Lawyer to enter council race," 02-Jul-26:1B
"Leach announces his bid for governor," 02-Aug-11:1B
"Lester wins District A race in runoff election," 02-Nov-13:2A
"List of candidates who qualified for area fall elections," 02-Aug-26:4B
"Local judgeship, Bossier-Webster DA campaigns near end," 02-Oct-01:3A
"Local man set to run for City Council seat," 02-Aug-10:1B
"Local PSC race headed for runoff," 02-Oct-06:5A
"Long will run for Caddo Commission," 02-02-10:1B
"Low voter turnout is expected," 02-Oct-30:1B
"Mansfield mayoral race may set voting record," 02-Mar-31:1B
"Marvin to run for Bossier-Webster DA," 02-Aug-21:1B
"Marvin, Boggs expect DA runoff," 02-Oct-06:1A
"Mary Landrieu touts Boggs endorsement," 02-Dec-04:2A
"May announces for School Board," 02-Jul-19:1B
"Mayoral hopeful faces challenge to his candidacy," 02-Aug-28:1A
"Mayoral race is a study in contrasts," 02-Sep-29:1A
"McCotter withdraws hat from election," 02-May-21:1B
"McCrery endorses Cooksey," 02-Nov-02:3B
"McCrery throws support behind Terrell's election," 02-Nov-28:2A
"Mims to seek another school board term," 02-Jun-18:1B
"Minden official will seek Senate seat," 02-Dec-04:1B
"Minor candidates seek exposure in Senate race," 02-Oct-24:1B
"Money continues to flow into Senate runoff battle," 02-Nov-24:1A
"Monroe resident to run for PSC seat," 02-May-29:1B
"Montgomery ponders Senate bid," 02-Nov-23:1B
"Mooretown: Group is small but potent," 02-Sep-01:1B
"Most of $1.6M to fund upgrades," 02-Jul-07:1A
"MPC official enters District B council race," 02-Aug-21:1B
"Multi-election forum draws crowd," 02-Sep-18:3B
"NAACP echoes opposition to school bond proposal," 02-Jul-19:1B
"National GOP to descend on Louisiana," 02-Nov-15:1A
"Neighborhood group supports school bond," 02-Jul-17:lB
"Neighborhood issues dominate District C race," 02-Sep-17:1A
"Nerren announces bid for Bossier-Webster DA," 02-Mar-03:1B
"New system for Senate race to start this week," 02-Aug-19:3A
"Newcomer announces bid for Shreveport mayor," 02-May-22:1B
"Off-track betting part of Webster's ballot," 02-Jan-31:2A
"Official sizes up political arena," 02-Sep-29:1B
"Official: Absentee voting indicates healthy turnout," 02-Sep-28:1B
"Officials fear precinct confusion," 02-Sep-08:1B
"Order released for state's 12 constitutional amendments," 02-Jul-19:3B
"Owen makes his bid for re-election official," 02-Jul-25:1B
"Parish by parish," 02-Dec-08:4A
"Parish makes another attempt to include School Board elections on October ballot," 02-Aug-08:3B
"Perkins endorses Terrell," 02-Nov-16:1A
"Pocketbook issues at core of PSC race," 02-Sep-22:1I
"Police, firefighters get pay raises," 02-Nov-06:4A
"Political ads: Why limit a good thing?", 02-Dec-01:7I
"Political newcomer seeks District E post," 02-Aug-08:1B
"Politics, not crisis, brings Bush back," 02-Dec-03:1A
"Poll: Blanco leads in governor's race," 02-Dec-17:1A
"Poll: Bossier-Webster DA race is a dead heat," 02-Oct-17:1B
"Poll: Dead heat," 02-Dec-05:1A
"Poll: Landrieu in front, still facing runoff," 02-Oct-23:1A
"Polling place changes may cause confusion," 02-Mar-25:1A
"Polls open today in four parishes," 02-04-06:1B
"Powell to run for School Board," 02-04-09:1B
"Precinct by precinct," 02-Nov-10:5A
"Precinct lawsuit hits snag," 02-Aug-03:1B
"President leads GOP's La. charge," 02-Dec-04:1A
"Principal to seek School Board seat," 02-04-07:1B
"Proposed tax rededication to appear on Bossier ballot," 02-Sep-06:6B
"PSC candidates debate issues in public forum," 02-Sep-25:3B
"Qualifying ends for fall ballot," 02-Aug-24:3B
"Qualifying starts for April 6 elections," 02-02-13:5B
"Race enlightens candidate for Congress," 02-May-15:1B
"Race for Bossier City judge already shaping up," 02-04-02:3B
"Race for CPC District 8 seat winds down," 02-04-01:1B
"Race for U.S. Senate," 02-Oct-22:1B
"Race is wide open," 02-Jan-04:1B
"Ramsey to run for School Board," 02-Jul-18:1B
"Reapportionment plans," 02-Jul-17:1A
"Recount finds misplaced City Council votes," 02-Oct-11:1A
"Region elects judges, DAs, mayors, school board members," 02-Oct-06:6A
"Regional parish-by-parish returns," 02-Oct-06:6A
"Registrars of voters say absentee balloting brisk," 02-Nov-28:5B
"Rep. Cooksey endorses Fletcher in 5th Congressional District race," 02-Nov-14:3A
"Republicans want Bush to visit La.", 02-Oct-28:1A
"Retired banker to join mayor's race," 02-04-04:1B
"Rodney Alexander takes 5th District House seat," 02-Dec-08:4A
"Runoff tab could hit $4 million," 02-Nov-18:1B
"Sales tax proposal may be obstacle to police pay raise," 02-Jul-23:1A
"Sample ballot," 02-Nov-03:4A
"School Board candidates share views on vouchers, parental issues," 02-Sep-24:1B
"School Board candidates sound off on issues," 02-Nov-01:2A
"School Board District 4 is mix of backgrounds," 02-Sep-22:7A
"School Board District 5 candidates take stand on issues," 02-Sep-23:3A
"School Board hopeful has prior felony conviction," 02-Aug-30:1A
"School Board hopefuls tout backgrounds," 02-Sep-13:5B
"School Board member to seek a full term," 02-Jun-15:1B
"School Board seats up for grabs," 02-Sep-30:3A
"School polling locations raise few concerns," 02-Nov-01:1B
"Schuyler Marvin to get early start in DA's office," 02-Nov-07:1A
"Scott Tubbs enters race for Shreveport mayor," 02-Jul-20:1B
"Senate campaign heats up," 02-Jul-10:1B
"Senate candidates jab during local debate," 02-Nov-22:1A
"Senate candidates may change strategies," 02-Oct-27:1B
"Senate colleagues endorse Campbell," 02-May-14:2B
"Senate hopefuls to face off in debate," 02-Oct-24:1A
"Senate hopefuls to meet in forum," 02-Oct-20:1A
"Senate race at a glance," 02-Dec-09:5B
"Senate race heats up," 02-Oct-21:1B
"Senate race polls show data conflicts," 02-Nov-27:2A
"Senate race tightens as state official withdraws," 02-Mar-27:1B
"Senate runoff draws attention," 02-Nov-07:1A
"Senate's future still uncertain," 02-Nov-03:1A
"Senator says Tubbs OK to run for Shreveport mayor," 02-Aug-19:1A
"Senator: Shyne, Tubbs can't run," 02-Aug-24:1A
"Seven candidates vie for Campbell's Senate seat," 02-Dec-07:1B
"Shelby announces School Board bid," 02-Jul-05:1B
"Shelby enters School Board race," 02-Jul-02:1B
"Shreveport Council District C forum is a neighborly affair," 02-Sep-04:3B
"Shreveport mayor ready for re-election campaign," 02-Jun-05:1B
"Shreveport mayoral candidates face off," 02-Sep-19:1B
"Shreveport mayoral candidates square off," 02-Sep-25:3B
"Shreveport mayoral hopeful bows out," 02-Jun-29:1B
"Sign patrol polices Shreveport City Council District D," 02-Aug-11:1B
"Spar over campaign funds heats up," 02-Sep-29:1B
"State to keep watch over District F race," 02-Aug-29:2A
"Stelly plan attracts diverse responses," 02-Oct-27:1A
"Stelly plan wins state approval," 02-Nov-06:5A
"Stelly plan's effect uncertain," 02-Nov-11:1B
"Study shows trend in voter registration," 02-Nov-18:1B
"Suit filed over Haughton alcohol election petition," 02-Jan-04:1B
"Superintendent, smaller class sizes among top issues for District 6," 02-Sep-24:2A
"Talk turns to Foster entering Senate race," 02-Aug-22:1A
"Tax proposal would aid rural fire district," 02-Nov-24:1B
"Tax reform fans voice support," 02-Oct-27:2A
"Teachers union endorses candidate," 02-Sep-15:5B
"Terrell bursts onto La. political scene," 02-Dec-01:5A
"Terrell cites a lack of party unity," 02-Dec-15:5B
"Terrell makes final pass through North La.", 02-Dec-05:3A
"Terrell may seek help from N.Y.", 02-Nov-11:1B
"Terrell mum about political plans," 02-Dec-12:1A
"Terrell speaks to veterans in Bossier City," 02-Nov-22:5B
"Terrell takes pause after campaign," 02-Dec-12:3A
"Terrell, Landrieu disagree on plan," 02-Nov-21:3B
"Third pollster says Senate race too close to call," 02-Nov-28:5B
"Three Caddo School Board seats up for grabs this fall," 02-Jun-21:1B
"Three Council seats in runoff," 02-Oct-06:1A
"Three disqualifed candidates appeal," 02-Aug-31:1A
"Three file election challenges in Caddo," 02-Oct-10:1B
"Three set to enter Bossier-Webster DA race," 02-Jan-24:1B
"Three vie for Bossier-Webster DA," 02-Jun-25:1B
"Tight races prompt recounts," 02-Oct-08:1A
"Today it's for Caddo school bond proposals," 02-Jul-20:2B
"Tony Perkins kicks off Senate candidacy," 02-Jun-21:2A
"Tony Perkins planning to run for U.S. Senate," 02-May-21:1B
"Traditional power politics may be on trial in District A," 02-Oct-07:3A
"Treen says he intends to run for governor," 02-Dec-19-1A
"Two in race for District 9 seat," 02-Sep-26:1A
"Two more candidates file for state Senate seat," 02-Dec-06:6B
"U.S. Rep. Vitter eyes governor's race," 02-02-06:1B
"U.S. Senate candidates differ on abortion issue," 02-Nov-18:1A
"U.S. Senate candidates talk about their positions," 02-Nov-17:1A
"U.S. Senate race still tight," 02-Dec-01:1A
"U.S. Senator: Precinct by precinct," 02-Nov-06:3A
"Vitter doesn't plan to run for governor," 02-May-25:1B
"Vitter waits for right time to announce his intentions for governor's race," 02-04-23:3B
"Vivian candidate questions election numbers," 02-Nov-12:1B
"Voter registration drive targets council District B," 02-May-26:1B
"Voters at odds over student population," 02-Jun-30:1A
"Voters consider taxes for roads, teacher pay, school maintenance," 02-Jan-15:1B
"Voters face array of fall propositions," 02-Jun-24:1A
"Voters nix Caddo's $61.6M proposal," 02-Jul-21:1A
"Voters shy away from pivotal race," 02-Oct-31:1A
"Voters to decide fate of casino, two House seats," 02-04-05:5B
"Voters to decide Senate seat," 02-Dec-07:1A
"Voting machine deal hits snag," 02-Jan-25:1A
"Walford makes bid for District B seat," 02-Jun-27:1B
"Walford nets area City Council GOP endorsements," 02-Oct-20:1B
"Williams to ask for election recount," 02-Nov-07:1B
"Williams to run for School Board seat," 02-Jul-20:1B
"Wilson to run for Bossier City judge," 02-Jul-03:1B
"Wright to run for Caddo School Board," 02-Jul-14:1B

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FAME
"Dreams of FAME," 02-May-02:1A
"Historic music district plan draws support," 02-May-05:1A
"Music, seminars fill FAME plate," 02-May-04:1B
"Rock hall figure joins FAME team," 02-04-07:1B
"Show resurrects magic of 'Hayride'", 02-May-05:2A
"The Warwick Way," 02-May-02:1D
Ferguson, Joe
"Coach Joe Ferguson honored at party," 02-02-17:2D
"Ferguson out at Shreve," 02-Jul-17:1C
Festival Plaza
"Area car enthusiasts showcase their wheels with style, pride," 02-Jul-28:1B
"Rockets to glare over Red," 02-Nov-30:1A
"Season greeted with a blast," 02-Dec-01:1B
Festivals
"Balloons to grace Bossier City skies," 02-Mar-18:1A
"Bossier City plans patriotic festival," 02-May-20:1A
"Cinco de Mayo enlivens Festival Plaza," 02-May-05:1B
"Downtown comes alive with festivals," 02-Mar-24:1B
"Festival promotes unity in the community," 02-Jul-21:1B
"Festival to feature jazz, gospel, blues," 02-Sep-07:1B
"Food Network to air local barbecue event," 02-Jun-07:1A
"Gumbo contest turns into face-off," 02-May-12:1B
"Local festival draws funseekers," 02-Jun-16:1B
"Locals get helping of food and fun at Black-Eyed Pea Festival," 02-Jun-09:1B
"Louisiana Blueberry Festival kicks off today," 02-Jun-14:1A
"Patriotism reigns at local Fourth of July festivities," 02-Jul-05:1A
"Patrotic festival promises to be big," 02-Aug-16:1A
"Range of activities offers variety for families," 02-May-02:2A
"Redbud Festival draws thousands," 02-Mar-17:1B
"Redbud Festival to feature NASA exhibit," 02-Mar-15:1B
"RiverBlast to put focus on patriotism," 02-Jul-03:1A
"Sunflower Trail Festival promotes appreciation," 02-Jun-30:2B
"Sunflower Trail is in bloom, ready for festival," 02-Jun-26:1D
Fields, Sen. Cleo
"Cleo Fields criticizes Democratic Party," 02-Aug-07:2B
"Fields says he'll back Landrieu," 02-Nov-20:1A
First Baptist Church
"Church holds fiesta to educate community," 02-Sep-09:3B
Fort Polk, La.
"Area combat engineers are part of La. Guard's Asian deployment," 02-Jun-23:1A
"Fort Plok soldiers help guard Washington, D.C., military bases," 02-02-27:1B
"Fort Polk to cut more than 600 jobs," 02-May-13:3B
"Secret military training set for Shreveport area," 02-02-26:1A
Foster, Gov. Mike
"Alice Foster says she 'would consider' bid for governor," 02-Nov-04:1A
"Audit criticizes awarding of grants," 02-Nov-14:3B
"Debates continue over land donation," 02-Jul-25:3A
"Economic development plan would benefit GM," 02-Mar-07:1A
"Foster aide warns of possible $120M budget shortfall," 02-02-26:1B
"Foster approves new judgeship," 02-04-28:1B
"Foster defends his tax vision," 02-May-12:7I
"Foster flooded by calls," 02-Nov-09:5B
"Foster focuses on taxes," 02-Mar-26:1A
"Foster freezes La. hiring," 02-Jan-08:1A
"Foster helps Bossier City student get A+", 02-Mar-02:1A
"Foster plans meeting to discuss casino," 02-02-22:5B
"Foster plays hardball with White House," 02-Nov-14:3A
"Foster produces tax reform, reduction plan," 02-04-23:1A
"Foster rails critics in ad-lib tax speech," 02-04-30:1A
"Foster says TOPS funds are covered," 02-Jul-06:1A
"Foster seeks $16.6 million more next year for rural parishes," 02-Mar-15:5B
"Foster signs school appropriations bill," 02-Jun-26:3B
"Foster speaks out on Baton Rouge killings," 02-Aug-02:1A
"Foster supports I-49," 02-02-19:1A
"Foster takes up museum fight," 02-Oct-11:7B
"Foster to aid in election of successor," 02-02-17:2A
"Foster to attend groundbreaking of BPCC," 02-Oct-27:1B
"Foster to revive rule on drunken gamblers," 02-Aug-21:1A
"Foster unveils goals," 02-Jan-13:7I
"Foster venturing north to Shreveport," 02-02-02:1A
"Foster will not run for U.S. Senate," 02-Aug-24:1B
"Foster won't guess how much tax breaks cost," 02-04-18:4A
"Foster's budget includes wet lab," 02-02-26:6B
"Foster's chief resigns," 02-Jun-29:1A
"Foster's letter aids I-49 lobbying," 02-Mar-13:1A
"Foster's office subpoenaed in pilot probe," 02-Dec-27:7B
"Foster's plan to invest in biosciences outlined," 02-Mar-05:6B
"Foster, ex-governors honor Jimmie Davis," 02-Jun-05:5B
"Foster, State Farm agree on 12 percent hike," 02-May-22:1A
"Foster: Double funding for program," 02-02-28:1B
"Foster: Home to get funds," 02-May-15:1B
"Gas tax suggested to fund I-49," 02-Nov-21:1A
"GM supplier event attracts governor," 02-Aug-29:1A
"Gov. Foster lambastes lawmakers over taxes," 02-May-24:1A
"Gov. Foster signs railroad safety bill," 02-04-26:3B
"Governor 'shoots from the hip'", 02-04-30:2A
"Governor again helping Jena Band with casino idea," 02-Sep-05:3B
"Governor names new labor secretary," 02-May-03:8B
"Governor OKs deal for 4th tribal casino," 02-02-06:1A
"Governor outlines budget cuts," 02-Nov-16:4B
"Governor plans visit here Monday," 02-02-16:1B
"Governor seeks help in boosting economy," 02-Mar-14:6B
"Governor takes self off board," 02-Aug-16:1B
"Governor wants to talk about White Lake acquisition," 02-Jul-23:1B
"Governor's visit to focus on local economic growth," 02-02-17:1A
"Governor, others support Stelly tax reform plan," 02-Jun-16:1A
"Group says nonprofit citizen's board should run White Lake," 02-Aug-10:2B
"Louisiana institutes hiring freeze," 02-02-02:1A
"Louisiana quarters due for release May 30," 02-May-14:1B
"Officials question La. budget priorities," 02-Oct-19:1A
"Officials seek alternative financing of biosciences initiative," 02-May-19:1A
"PAR official says Foster's tax plan could hurt reform," 02-04-27:1B
"Rainy day spending discussed," 02-Nov-12:1B
"Senators may dip into funds for 'rainy day'", 02-Nov-16:1B
"Senators question Foster tax plan," 02-May-01:3A
"Stelly Plan 'No 1' on Foster's agenda," 02-Sep-02:1B
"Talk turns to Foster entering Senate race," 02-Aug-22:1A
"Time running out on Foster promise," 02-Mar-08:1A
"Watchdog group steps into White Lake fray," 02-Aug-06:3B
"Youth Challenge points teens in a new direction," 02-Mar-19:1A

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Gambling
"April revenues climb slightly for riverboats," 02-May-14:3A
"Area casinos release positive financial reports," 02-Aug-16:6B
"As jackpot mounts, so do rituals," 02-Jan-27:1B
"Ban on casino donations to campaigns upheld," 02-Jun-22:1B
"Board approves Pinnacle plan for Calcasieu casino," 02-Aug-14:4B
"Board approves slots at Delta Downs track," 02-Jan-16:3B
"Board OKs Isle's expansion plan," 02-Sep-17:1B
"Board to hear update on Horseshoe license," 02-04-13:6B
"Boats post first gain since May," 02-Nov-20:8B
"Boomtown receives $1M boost," 02-Aug-21:6B
"Boomtown schedules ribbon-cutting, festival," 02-Jun-17:3B
"Boomtown sign grows in phases," 02-May-24:8B
"Bossier City casino re-enters gaming market as Boomtown," 02-Jul-02:6B
"Casino celebrates its $23.5M investment," 02-Jul-14:1B
"Casino contributions to area nonprofits drop," 02-Dec-22:1I
"Casino growth still strong despite weak economy," 02-May-11:6B
"Casino lightning strikes twice for local couple," 02-02-12:1A
"Casino Magic plans to change name to Boomtown," 02-Jan-23:1A
"Casino Magic seeks boost from project," 02-04-21:1I
"Casino Magic seeks OK for name change," 02-Mar-19:6B
"Casino proposal draws protest," 02-Jul-31:1A
"Casino revenues hold steady here," 02-Dec-18:2A
"Casino seeks $50M upgrade," 02-Aug-07:1A
"Casino supporters start petition," 02-Sep-17:1A
"Casino wants tower addition," 02-Mar-14:1A
"Casino would yield $750,000 annually for Cameron Parish," 02-Sep-17:6B
"Casino, contractor dispute payments, work quality," 02-02-14:6B
"Casinos play their hands with new investment efforts," 02-Oct-28:1A
"Casinos revenues hit record highs last year" [statistics], 02-Jan-02:6B
"Casinos see gain in income," 02-02-20:6B
"Christian group continues DeSoto casino fight," 02-Aug-09:1B
"City holds out hope for golf course," 02-Oct-24:1B
"Congressional delegates generally noncommittal on Jena casino compact," 02-02-25:5B
"DeSoto jurors to tout casino in D.C.", 02-Aug-27:1B
"DeSoto Police Jury OKs casino," 02-Aug-03:1A
"Economic benefit of DeSoto casino touted," 02-Aug-05:1A
"Federal officials kill Indian casino compact," 02-Mar-08:1A
"Foster to revive rule on drunken gamblers," 02-Aug-21:1A
"Gambling brings problems," 02-Sep-22:9I
"Gambling divides Logansport chamber," 02-Aug-14:5B
"Gambling revenue may exceed projections," 02-Jun-19:6B
"Gaming board plans to try Horseshoe Casino in January," 02-Dec-19-1A
"Governor again helping Jena Band with casino idea," 02-Sep-05:3B
"Harrah's buys out New Orleans casino," 02-Nov-20:3B
"Harrah's casino sues some of ownership company's directors," 02-04-26:2B
"Harrah's Entertainment buys New Orleans casino," 02-Aug-01:6B
"Harrah's joins effort to purchase LaDowns," 02-Aug-29:1A
"Harrah's reports record earnings," 02-Oct-24:6B
"Harrah's reports record revenues," 02-04-18:6B
"Hollywood Casino sale shouldn't affect Shreveport operations," 02-Aug-09:8B
"Hollywood named in dispute," 02-02-13:8B
"Hollywood pins dip on Shreveport," 02-02-27:8B
"Hollywood posts gain in income," 02-04-24:8B
"Hollywood puts new focus on food," 02-02-14:6B
"Hollywood sale moves forward," 02-Aug-08:1A
"Hollywood sues ex-executives," 02-02-20:6B
"Horseshoe comments on alleged improprieties," 02-May-15:1A
"Horseshoe leads La. in profits," 02-04-16:6B
"Horseshoe license in jeopardy," 02-May-14:1A
"Horseshoe: Colorful tale of winnings and woes," 02-May-19:1I
"Investor: Horse track is feasible," 02-Jun-12:1A
"Isle of Capri casino to expand," 02-Aug-30:1B
"Isle of Capri lays off 25 employees," 02-Sep-13:8B
"Jena Band secures 8,291 names on petitions," 02-Oct-02:5B
"Jena Choctaws await ruling on area casino," 02-Jul-27:1A
"Jena Choctaws once sought Caddo casino," 02-02-27:5B
"Jena group to seek support," 02-Sep-14:1A
"Jena tribe pitches DeSoto casino," 02-Jul-09:1A
"La. casinos raise yearly revenues," 02-Jul-17:8B
"LaDowns sale OK'd," 02-Dec-18:1A
"Landrieu opposes casino deal," 02-Mar-06:8B
"Lawmakers don't like rule to stop drunks from gambling," 02-Aug-14:3B
"Local casinos top $800M in revenues for first time" [statistics], 02-Jan-16:6B
"Local firms file suit over non-payment," 02-02-15:1A
"Local gaming market changes," 02-Jun-29:1A
"Local riverboat market slips in September," 02-Oct-16:3B
"Louisiana Lottery at its most profitable since 1995," 02-Jun-30:6B
"Louisiana state offers assistance to problem gamblers," 02-Sep-22:9I
"Mansfield adds support to casino project," 02-Oct-15:3B
"New casino may affect plans for 15th boat," 02-02-09:6B
"New racetrack being considered in Caddo Parish," 02-Jun-11:1A
"Off-track betting part of Webster's ballot," 02-Jan-31:2A
"Official pursues casino," 02-02-26:6B
"Official: Jena tribe's casino plans OK," 02-02-18:1A
"Officials discuss casino in DeSoto," 02-Jul-03:1B
"Panel rules to curb drunken gamblers," 02-Jun-19:1A
"Panel, Logansport asked to speak on proposed casino," 02-Nov-27:1B
"Pinnacle Entertainment hires new chief executive," 02-04-12:8B
"Pinnacle is target of probe," 02-04-13:6B
"Pinnacle may seek partner for new riverboat resort," 02-04-11:6B
"Pinnacle to take its casino plans back to drawing board," 02-Aug-21:2A
"Poker returns to local market," 02-Jun-14:1A
"Police: Gambling may have led to suicide," 02-Jul-27:1A
"Proposed Hollywood golf course put on hold," 02-Mar-12:1B
"Racing commission OKs LaDowns transfer to Harrah's," 02-Dec-20:1A
"Racing commission wants Delta Downs to pay more tax," 02-Mar-08:2B
"Regulators shut down casino," 02-02-23:3B
"Report does not favor Indian casino," 02-Oct-09:1A
"Riverboats maintain revenues" [statistics], 02-Sep-18:6B
"Shreveport-Bossier City riverboats, New Orleans casino get tax hike," 02-04-02:3B
"State will benefit if casino is approved," 02-02-07:1A
"Supreme Court kills push to move casino," 02-Nov-03:1A
"Taxing riverboat casinos for trooper pay shot down," 02-May-22:3A
"Ten years after promises of prosperity were made, N.O. casino still struggles," 02-Jun-18:6B
"Texas woman wins slots jackpot worth $3.55M at Casino Magic," 02-Jun-08:1B
"Tribe considers DeSoto casino," 02-Jul-04:1A
"Tribe eyes Toledo Bend for bingo, recreation area," 02-Mar-14:1B
"Tribe wants reply from DeSoto by Friday," 02-Jul-25:3B
"Truck stop owners file petition over racetrack's poker machines," 02-May-10:2B
"Voters to decide fate of casino, two House seats," 02-04-05:5B
"Winners thankful Lady Luck smiled on them," 02-Jun-09:2B
General Motors
"City seeks secure place in Auto Belt," 02-04-14:1I
"Commission scales back land offer," 02-May-24:8B
"Economic development plan would benefit GM," 02-Mar-07:1A
"GM announces new local plant manager," 02-May-08:6B
"GM delays retooling," 02-Jan-09:1A
"GM job count growing," 02-Dec-29:1A
"GM project is back on track and moving forward," 02-04-14:1I
"GM Shreveport plant manager retires," 02-Mar-26:6B
"GM stamping plant ready to press forward," 02-02-23:6B
"GM supplier event attracts governor," 02-Aug-29:1A
"GM supplier interested in property," 02-Nov-05:3B
"GM supplier loses its contract," 02-Sep-01:1A
"GM supplier to bring 200 jobs," 02-04-09:1A
"GM supplier unveils plans for new facility," 02-Aug-29:6B
"GM suppliers keep costs in check," 02-Sep-01:1I
"GM to resume production; supplier strike continues," 02-Jun-14:1A
"GMC to build midsize pickup," 02-Jul-19:1A
"Hard work pays off for new GM chief," 02-Sep-08:1I
"Homebuilders project boost from GM suppliers," 02-Jul-25:6B
"Hummer H2 to make July debut," 02-Mar-02:6B
"Intier says most hires to be local," 02-04-10:8B
"Johnson Controls settles with union," 02-Jun-15:1A
"July sales up 24 percent at GM," 02-Aug-02:6B
"New GM plant, suppliers have billion-dollar investment in area," 02-04-09:8B
"New GM supplier to bring 200 jobs," 02-Aug-28:1A
"Parish to sell land for GM suppliers," 02-Jun-07:6B
"Production halted at GM plant," 02-Nov-24:1B
"Rezoning sought for GM suppliers," 02-04-04:6B
"Shreveport could land Hummer H3," 02-02-14:6B
"Shreveport may land Hummer H3," 02-Aug-04:1I
"Slow sales idle GM plant again," 02-02-14:1A
"Supplier may get property," 02-May-16:1A
"Supplier strike idles GM plant," 02-Jun-13:1A
"Supplier, Caddo move on land lease," 02-Jan-04:1B
"Suppliers set to lease building," 02-May-17:8B
"Truck sales rocket," 02-Mar-02:1A
Goldberg, Melvin
"Local business, civic leader dies at 78," 02-Oct-03:3B
"Obituary," 02-Oct-03:2B
Grambling State University
"Accounting lapse threatens Grambling State's accreditation," 02-Jul-29:3B
"Accrediting agency extends Grambling audit deadline," 02-Sep-07:5B
"Accrediting agency to help GSU," 02-Jan-12:1B
"Area colleges make room," 02-Oct-15:1A
"Audit: More than $35,000 stolen at Grambling State," 02-Sep-27:5B
"Auditor defends, praises GSU," 02-Jun-28:1B
"Auditor still waiting for key GSU documents," 02-Jul-18:3B
"Early orientation draws 285 freshman to Grambling State," 02-Jun-29:1B
"Eddie Robinson Foundation wants museum in Caddo," 02-02-28:1A
"Grambling enrollment dip stabilizing, official says," 02-02-05:1B
"Grambling fields 'thousands' of calls," 02-Aug-02:3B
"Grambling moving forward, celebrating championship," 02-Mar-02:3B
"Grambling on short fuse to reaccreditation," 02-Mar-01:2B
"Grambling professor being investigated," 02-04-18:1B
"Grambling saves its accreditation," 02-Dec-11:1A
"Grambling students are living in hotels," 02-Aug-22:1B
"Grambling University must regain sense of community," 02-Sep-15:7I
"GSU arena nears reality," 02-May-15:1C
"GSU audit shows improvements," 02-Sep-26:1A
"GSU begins submitting documents," 02-Aug-02:1B
"GSU holds fall graduation," 02-Dec-14:3B
"GSU mulls drinking law," 02-Mar-11:3B
"GSU races to complete audit," 02-04-26:1A
"GSU status could be known today," 02-Dec-10:3A
"GSU students research health issues throughout the country," 02-Jun-23:1B
"GSU to get $23M multipurpose building," 02-Mar-20:2B
"GSU works to get books in order by July," 02-May-24:1B
"GSU, Mooretown school work together," 02-Aug-10:1B
"Kyle: GSU audit may not be ready on time," 02-Aug-22:3B
"Lawmaker lambastes woes at GSU," 02-02-28:3B
"Missing GSU funds reviewed," 02-Jun-24:1B
"MLK III scheduled to speak at GSU," 02-02-13:1B
"Preliminary Grambling report is released," 02-Nov-28:1B
"Regents terminate programs," 02-Jan-25:1A
"State Conference of Black Mayors calls for support for Grambling," 02-04-15:5B
"Thefts alleged at Grambling," 02-Jun-22:1B
Grambling, La.
"Grambling to swear in new mayor," 02-Dec-29:1B
Greater Shreveport Human Relations Commission
"Group set to expand priorities," 02-Jun-30:1B
"Love thy neighbor," 02-Jul-01:1D
"Shreveporters celebrate King's birthday, legacy," 02-Jan-16:3B
Greenwood Cemetery
"Cemetery to break ground for two new gatehouses," 02-Mar-18:1B
"Groups ready to start cleanup," 02-Oct-21:1B
Greenwood, La.
"Clash in Greenwood causes political friction," 02-Dec-10:1A
"Greenwood seeks growth through gated communities," 02-May-15:6B
Grimsley, 'Tex'
"'Tex' Grimsley, veteran country fiddler, dead at 85," 02-Oct-04:3B
"Obituary," 02-Oct-04:3B

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Harvey, Rev. Charles E.
"Friends remember minister," 02-04-17:5B
"Obituary," 02-04-17:4B
Hibernia National Bank
"Hibernia earnings triple," 02-Jan-17:8B
"Hibernia earnings up 18 percent," 02-04-12:8B
"Hibernia plans Texas expansion," 02-Jul-16:6B
Highland
"Highland area experiences progress despite problems," 02-Jul-15:1A
"OK Cleaners celebrates 100 years of service," 02-Oct-08:6B
"Remodelers help boost property values in historic Highland," 02-Dec-19-8B
Highland Restoration Association
"Groups beautify Columbia Park," 02-Jul-04:1B
"HRA plans October Day in Columbia Park," 02-Oct-09:4D
Hightower, Mayor Keith
"'Four more years," 02-Oct-06:1A
"Downtown shelter plans are official," 02-Mar-21:1B
"Floating convenience store fits into mayor's recreational plan," 02-Mar-01:1A
"Hightower reports on convention center," 02-Dec-31:1A
"Mayor Hightower lays out goals," 02-Nov-27:1B
Holiday in Dixie
"Cotillion theme is 'The Festival of Good Fortune'", 02-04-21:2D
"Even without air show, excitement flying high," 02-04-12:1A
"HID Cotillion court announced," 02-Jan-27:6D
"HID hidden treasure found," 02-04-23:3B
"HID's parade is a big hit," 02-04-14:1B
"Highlights for today," 02-04-18:1B
"Jack Nelson introduced as 'Imperial Dragon King'", 02-02-03:2D
"Neighbors meet, greet at block parties," 02-04-21:1B
"Oregon company gives flowers for ball," 02-04-06:1B
Holy Angels
"Holy Angels," 02-May-12:1D
"Prom night special at Holy Angels," 02-May-18:1B
Homer, La.
"Voters OK school, fire rax proposals," 02-May-05:1B

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I-20
"Concrete patch work clogs eastbound I-20," 02-Mar-26:1B
"I-20 construction at Pines Road set to begin," 02-Jul-27:1A
"I-20 reconstruction on schedule," 02-Oct-19:1B
"I-20 work near Pines Road set to begin," 02-Jul-07:1A
"Interstate 20 work to shift westward," 02-May-30:1B
"La.'s highway rehabilitation effort hits halfway mark," 02-Mar-03:1A
"Reconstruction includes new technology," 02-Mar-03:3A
"With 33 fatalities, 2002 becomes a deadly year for I-20," 02-Jul-28:5B
I-49
"Agency OKs Ark. stretch of I-49," 02-Dec-26:1A
"Arkansas 'full steam ahead' bringing I-49 to Shreveport," 02-Oct-13:1A
"Building this highway involves moving a mountain," 02-02-24:1I
"City could get $2.5M for I-49, other work," 02-Oct-02:1B
"Community meeting touches on road work, I-49 extension," 02-Mar-22:1B
"Federal department approves final piece of Interstate 49," 02-Dec-10:3A
"Federal I-49 funds for Arkansas could benefit this area," 02-04-14:3B
"Foster supports I-49," 02-02-19:1A
"Foster's letter aids I-49 lobbying," 02-Mar-13:1A
"Funding options pitched for I-49," 02-Sep-14:1A
"Funds lacking for I-49," 02-Jul-31:1A
"Gas tax suggested to fund I-49," 02-Nov-21:1A
"I-49 completion vital to state's economic growth," 02-Jun-24:3B
"I-49 North makes it onto new map," 02-Nov-24:1A
"I-49 project encounters a snag," 02-May-20:3A
"I-49 project in danger," 02-Mar-11:1A
"I-49 proponent honored as businessman of the year," 02-Jan-31:6B
"I-49 proponents pitch project to state transportation panel," 02-Oct-03:1B
"I-49 push continues," 02-Nov-12:1A
"I-49 raises hopes for north Shreveport," 02-Oct-27:1I
"I-49 ramp at Inner Loop subject to reopening delay," 02-Jul-27:1B
"I-49 still going nowhere," 02-Jun-10:1A
"I-49 struggles for funding," 02-Aug-19:1A
"I-49/InnerLoop ramp reopening weeks away," 02-Aug-15:1A
"Johnston maps plan to fund I-49 north," 02-02-21:1B
"Lawmakers leery of gas tax hike for I-49 North," 02-Nov-25:1A
"Poll: Construction of I-49 South has more support," 02-Dec-30:4A
"Ramp to reopen," 02-Jun-28:1A
"Repair of closed I-49 ramp could cost state $1.3M," 02-Jan-10:1B
"Senate panel kills Interstate 49 plan," 02-May-16:2A
"Time running out on Foster promise," 02-Mar-08:1A
"Vitter sees statewide benefits in extending I-49 north," 02-Mar-27:5B
I-69
"I-69 may ease traffic," 02-Sep-10:1A
"I-69 route subject of public meetings," 02-Mar-26:3B
"Interstate 69 project hits roadblocks," 02-Dec-03:3A
"Possible interstate route irks some DeSoto Parish residents," 02-Jan-06:1A
"Route for I-69 narrows," 02-Dec-24:1A
"Texas gets jump-start in designating I-69 path," 02-Oct-14:1A
"Three new routes proposed for I-49," 02-04-04:1A
Independence Bowl
"Battle named I-Bowl Sportsman of the Year," 02-Dec-04:2C
"Bowl picture clears," 02-Nov-25:1A
"Bowls about business, not records," 02-Dec-11:1C
"City responds to Independence Bowl criticism," 02-Jan-07:1A
"Cornhuskers take car of Rebels in simulated I-Bowl game," 02-Dec-24:1A
"Determined Rebels arrive in town," 02-Dec-23:1A
"District plans I-Bowl events," 02-Dec-26:1A
"Huskers, Rebels fans ready for big game," 02-Dec-27:1A
"I-Bowl a thriller," 02-Dec-28:1A
"I-Bowl has eye on Nebraska," 02-Nov-04:1A
"I-Bowl moves to daytime," 02-04-19:1C
"I-Bowl moves up in Big 12 selection process," 02-04-05:1C
"I-Bowl officials exhale," 02-Nov-29:9C
"I-Bowl outrates WWF, Music City Bowl," 02-Jan-05:5C
"I-Bowl taps Huskers, Rebels," 02-Dec-09:1A
"I-Bowl teams plan low-key celebration," 02-Dec-25:1A
"I-Bowl ticket sales lag in Nebraska," 02-Dec-18:1A
"I-Bowl, SEC reach agreement," 02-Jun-25:1C
"I-Bowl: Just say no to Gators," 02-Oct-16:1C
"Local bowl officials to be honored by foundation," 02-Oct-15:2C
"LSU losses could be gain for Independence Bowl," 02-Nov-18:1A
"Nebraska players' excitement greater than fans'", 02-Dec-20:1C
"Nebraska stays grounded," 02-Dec-25:1C
"New bowl games spur new debate," 02-May-28:1C
"Nichols keeps it simple," 02-Dec-26:1C
"Official: I-Bowl a success," 02-Dec-29:1A
"Ole Miss coach likes changes," 02-Dec-13:1C
"Ole Miss receiver suspended from I-Bowl," 02-Dec-18:1C
"Rebels air attack no secondary concern," 02-Dec-24:1C
"Rebels shuck' em," 02-Dec-28:1C
"SEC picture cloudy for Independence Bowl," 02-Nov-11:1A
"Slive's hire good for I-Bowl," 02-Jul-04:1C
"Teams on the defensive," 02-Dec-27:1C
Independence Stadium
"Future cloudy for local stadium," 02-Nov-23:1A
"Loomis considers Shreveport game," 02-Jul-23:1C
"Saints GM to visit Shreveport today," 02-Jul-22:1C
"Stadium charges disputed," 02-May-23:1A
"Subcontractors name city in suit," 02-Dec-22:1A
Indians
"Adai Caddo Indians to hold annual powwow," 02-Oct-19:1B
"Jena group to seek support," 02-Sep-14:1A
"Twin Eagles hold 13th annual powwow," 02-Sep-16:1B
International Paper
"IP reports weak demand for wood products," 02-02-15:8B
"More jobs cuts possible at IP's Mansfield mill," 02-Jan-11:8B

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Jackson, T. Haller Jr.
"Longtime local attorney dies after short illness," 02-04-10:5B
"Obituary," 02-04-10:4B
Jarriel, Tom
"Ex-Shreveporter Tom Jarriel retires from ABC News today," 02-Oct-11:3A
"Journalists to join local Walk of Stars," 02-Sep-04:1B
Jewish Community
"Jewish community celebrates heritage," 02-Oct-01:1D
"Local Jewish community rallies to support Israel," 02-04-18:2A
"Organizers prepare for Jewish history month," 02-Jun-01:1B
"Rabbi group to meet today," 02-02-03:1B
"Remember the Children," Jewish History Month movie", 02-Oct-13:9I
Johnson, Neil
"Photographer to receive award," 02-02-11:6B
Johnston, J. Bennett
"Johnston maps plan to fund I-49 north," 02-02-21:1B
Joyce, William
"Joyce, Kessler to receive honors," 02-Jan-14:6B
"Shreveporters to receive Governors' arts Awards," 02-May-01:1B
"William Joyce gets Centenary office," 02-Dec-05:1B
"William Joyce moves to academia," 02-Jan-22:1D
"William Joyce to be on NPR show today," 02-02-09:1B
"William Joyce's Rolie Polie Olie to star in first animated film," 02-Aug-13:1A
Judiciary
"Caddo judge plans to retire at year's end," 02-Dec-10:1B
"Caddo's newest judge ready to take her seat," 02-Dec-09:1B
"Court leadership to change hands," 02-Aug-01:1B
"Foster approves new judgeship," 02-04-28:1B
"New judgeship sought due to increased workload," 02-02-19:1B
"Verdict is in on local judge races," 02-Oct-06:5A

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KDAQ
"Drummer doesn't miss a beat," 02-04-23:1D
"Music scene simmers at local jazz, blues fest," 02-04-28:1B
"Red River Radio Jazz and Blues Festival," 02-04-26:3E
"Red River Radio plans jazz, blues festival," 02-02-07:3B
Kisatchie National Forest
"Kisatchie supervisor aims to make staff faces known," 02-Dec-17:1B
"Safety worries close some Kisatchie trails," 02-Jun-23:2B
"Wilderness area makes return after devastating 2000 wildfire," 02-Aug-05:1A
KSLA
"KSLA, KTBS battle for ratings," 02-Jun-26:6B
"KTSB, KSLA battle for No. 1," 02-04-11:6B
KTSB
"KTSB, KSLA battle for No. 1," 02-04-11:6B
Ku Klux Klan
"Authorities believe man is Klan member wanted for bad checks," 02-Jan-02:5B
"U.S. attorney: La. Klansmen wanted to intimidate workers," 02-Nov-20:2B

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La.State-Budget
"$86 million budget cut expected soon," 02-Oct-11:1A
"Bond money challenge nothing new for La.", 02-04-15:1A
"Budget error would dismantle ethics board," 02-04-03:3A
"Budget leaves some initatives short," 02-Jun-13:3A
"Budget proposal threatens center for special education," 02-May-03:1B
"Budget receives final legislative approval," 02-Jun-12:3A
"Budget rides on tax renewals," 02-Mar-16:1B
"Budget to get first look," 02-Mar-25:1A
"DHH offers plan for budget cuts," 02-Oct-18:1A
"Foster aide warns of possible $120M budget shortfall," 02-02-26:1B
"Governor outlines budget cuts," 02-Nov-16:4B
"La. agencies to freeze budgets," 02-Sep-25:1B
"La. eyes health cutback," 02-Aug-15:1A
"La.'s anti-smoking efforts criticized," 02-02-11:1A
"Officials question La. budget priorities," 02-Oct-19:1A
"Panel projects more money for state coffers," 02-May-01:3A
"Prisoner care at local hospital left unfunded," 02-May-31:1A
"Senate to consider budget," 02-May-27:3A
"State budget bill takes 'first step'", 02-May-21:1A
"State revenues remain unknown," 02-Sep-20:5B
"State's $15.8B budget up for grabs," 02-May-14:3A
La.State-Exhibit Museum
"Artist, 94, to show her 'unique' works in one-woman show," 02-Jun-12:1D
"Arts group schedules symposium, exhibition," 02-Jun-11:2D
"George Jones surprised with statue," 02-Sep-14:1B
"Museum releases greening winners," 02-Dec-12:3D
"Napoleon, Josephine to be subjects of museum exhibit," 02-Aug-10:1A
"Presidents on view at State Exhibit Museum," 02-02-07:3D
"Shreveport Art Club hangs show at museum," 02-Sep-14:4D
"Smithsonian affiliates with local museum," 02-Sep-25:2B
"State Exhibit Museum links with Smithsonian," 02-Sep-13:1A
La.State-Fair
"A whirlwind of activity on fair's opening day," 02-Oct-19:1A
"Barbecue chefs 'Dash for Cash'", 02-Nov-03:1B
"Fair dries out as week ends," 02-Oct-21:1A
"Fair official count 'blessings'", 02-Oct-28:1B
"Fair upholds 4-H tradition," 02-Oct-23:6B
"Livestock auction," 02-Oct-25:2B
"State Fair of Louisiana to begin 17-day run Friday," 02-Oct-17:1A
La.State-Gaming Control Board
"Horseshoe license in jeopardy," 02-May-14:1A
La.State-Government
"Breaking color barriers," 02-May-05:7I
La.State-Police
"Graduating troopers to join Troop G," 02-02-25:1B
"State police building $37.8M training facility," 02-Jul-15:3B
"State police records access questioned," 02-Jul-22:1A
"Troopers apply wreck statistics to safety," 02-Sep-30:1B
"Unit will be offered other jobs," 02-May-02:4A
La.State-Supreme Court
"Ban on casino donations to campaigns upheld," 02-Jun-22:1B
"La. Supreme Court halts Odom trial,' 02-Dec-05:3B
"Landowner loses fight with city," 02-Jan-08:1B
"N.O. minimum wage hike to go before state Supreme Court," 02-May-14:2B
"State must pay convicted drunken driver $280,000, Supreme Court rules," 02-04-24:4B
"State Supreme Court rejects Shyne's appeal," 02-Sep-12:3B
"Supreme Court kills push to move casino," 02-Nov-03:1A
"Supreme Court upholds lighter sentence in drunken driving case," 02-Jun-22:3B
"Tobacco trial to focus on actions of companies," 02-Nov-16:1A
Landrieu, Sen. Mary
"20 (unusual) questions for Landrieu and Terrell," 02-Nov-24:7I
"Activists react to Tarver remarks against Landrieu," 02-Nov-22:5B
"Air Force could aid virus fight," 02-Aug-13:1A
"Air Force to take on virus fight," 02-Aug-14:1B
"Cleo Fields criticizes Democratic Party," 02-Aug-07:2B
"Clinton unsure if he'll visit La.", 02-Nov-26:3A
"Cooksey touts affordable prescription plan," 02-Aug-08:3B
"Defense spending bill has $1.23B for Louisiana," 02-Aug-02:3A
"GM stamping plant ready to press forward," 02-02-23:6B
"La. benefits from offshore royalties," 02-Jan-22:5B
"La. is terrorist target," 02-Mar-19:1B
"La.'s U.S. Senate race shapes up," 02-Oct-14:1A
"Landrieu , Terrell say they want to debate," 02-Nov-14:3A
"Landrieu draws Democratic opponent," 02-Aug-02:3B
"Landrieu makes stop in downtown Shreveport," 02-Nov-19:1A
"Landrieu opposes casino deal," 02-Mar-06:8B
"Landrieu pushes military tax breaks," 02-Aug-19:1A
"Landrieu shakes up staff," 02-Nov-08:1B
"Landrieu to launch new TV ads," 02-Nov-13:3B
"Landrieu wins," 02-Dec-08:1A
"Landrieu, Breaux differ on campaign finance reform," 02-02-28:9A
"Lawmakers work closer in wake of anthrax," 02-Jan-02:1A
"Louisiana lawmakers support Bush's homeland security proposal," 02-Jun-07:3A
"Louisiana lawmakers unanimous in support of Iraq resolution," 02-Oct-11:4A
"Louisiana senators split votes on Medicare," 02-Aug-01:3A
"Mary Landrieu leads pack at Senate forum," 02-Oct-25:1A
"Mary Landrieu touts Boggs endorsement," 02-Dec-04:2A
"Opposition puts Landrieu in re-election hot seat," 02-Jul-12:1A
"Poll shows Landrieu far in front," 02-Mar-12:3B
"Poll: Landrieu in front, still facing runoff," 02-Oct-23:1A
"Report: Landrieu leads with campaign dollars," 02-Jul-21:1A
"Sen. Landrieu lists factors for victory," 02-Dec-09:1A
"Senate jumps into cloning debate; Landrieu backs ban on human tests," 02-02-06:7A
"Senate race heats up," 02-Oct-21:1B
"Senator: Fuel plan would cost auto jobs," 02-02-23:1A
"State sheriffs give nod to Mary Landrieu," 02-Oct-20:5B
"Talk turns to Foster entering Senate race," 02-Aug-22:1A
"U.S. candidates differ on abortion issue," 02-Nov-18:1A
Logan, Horace
"Hayride legend dead," 02-Oct-14:1A
Loggy Bayou
"Time and weather threaten efforts to save historic site," 02-Nov-30:1B
"Time, erosion theaten effort to preserve site," 02-Jul-29:1A
Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial 2003 Celebration
"Americans were ready to take N.O. from Spain," 02-Dec-29:1B
"Art to play role in bicentennial celebration," 02-Jun-17:1B
"Gala to be held to display La. Purchase documents," 02-Dec-03:3B
"Grants to help support local La. Purchase celebration activities," 02-Jul-18:1B
"La. fete to offer several exhibits," 02-04-25:1A
"La. Purchase documents returned to state Capitol," 02-Nov-16:4B
"La. Purchase to be business topic," 02-04-24:8B
"Laura Bush to be honorary chair of La. Purchase exhibit," 02-Jun-05:5B
"Louisiana launches Purchase celebration," 02-Dec-21:1A
"Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial celebration begins," 02-Dec-15:1A
"Louisiana Purchase meeting set Feb. 26," 02-02-13:3B
"Official observance of La. Purchase begins today," 02-Dec-20:1B
"Purchase process began this week in 1802," 02-04-21:2A
"State plans La. Purchase fete," 02-Mar-25:6B
"State ready to mark historic land sale," 02-04-21:1A
Louisiana-Baptists
"Baptist Convention kicks off in Bossier City," 02-Nov-12:1B
"Baptists approve ethical issues," 02-Nov-13:1A
"La. Baptists group's Bible controversy may be over," 02-Jan-02:1A
"SBC sees dip in La. baptisms," 02-Jan-27:1B
"State Baptists prepare for November convention," 02-Jun-03:3B
Louisiana-Community and Technical College System
"Business, education partner for growth," 02-02-28:1A
"Vo-techs concerned with unfunded mandates," 02-May-31:3A
Louisiana-Downs
"Barger enjoying training success at LaDowns," 02-Jul-27:1C
"Derby gets down to business," 02-Sep-20:1C
"Downs stables open; lucrative purse structure announced," 02-Jun-08:3C
"Essence of a champion," 02-Sep-22:1C
"Familiar Guy back in LaDowns winner's circle," 02-Aug-03:1C
"Harrah's joins effort to purchase LaDowns," 02-Aug-29:1A
"Investor: Changes to have no effect on LaDowns deal," 02-May-09:1A
"Jockey may not race again," 02-Aug-06:1C
"LaDowns crew ready for Medal of Honor culinary challenge," 02-Sep-11:1D
"LaDowns expansion plan gains gaming board's OK," 02-Mar-20:1A
"LaDowns investors to sign deal today," 02-Dec-20:2A
"LaDowns places bet on larger purses," 02-Jan-31:1A
"LaDowns ready for season," 02-Jun-24:1A
"LaDowns rooting for War Emblem," 02-Jun-07:1C
"LaDowns sale OK'd," 02-Dec-18:1A
"LaDowns sees growth, expects more attendance," 02-Nov-09:1A
"LaDowns, Harrah's pleased with Super Derby," 02-Sep-22:1A
"Louisiana Downs holds licenses in area parishes," 02-04-01:1A
"Officials happy with opening day," 02-Jun-29:1C
"Racing commission OKs LaDowns transfer to Harrah's," 02-Dec-20:1A
"Racing commission to evaluate industry," 02-Jul-06:1A
"Slots foremost on LaDowns' agenda," 02-Jun-26:1C
"Smile, you're on the backside of Louisiana Downs," 02-Nov-09:1C
"Super Derby draws its positions today," 02-Sep-19:1C
"Super Derby's future appears bright," 02-Sep-20:1A
"Trainer marries success, humility," 02-Aug-10:1C
Louisiana-Economy
"Business efforts earn low marks," 02-Dec-18:6B
"Crawfish prices in Louisiana 'ready to drop'", 02-02-27:1A
"Economic problem has some effect on daily spending," 02-Dec-31:4A
"Economists predict new jobs for Louisiana," 02-Oct-12:1A
"Governor seeks help in boosting economy," 02-Mar-14:6B
"International Paper to cut 55 positions," 02-Jan-31:6B
"Job losses continue in Louisiana," 02-Aug-24:6B
"Job losses hit Many, Minden," 02-May-09:8B
"La. gains service jobs," 02-04-26:8B
"La. jobs down by 5,200," 02-Jan-26:8B
"La. launches job vacancy study," 02-Jan-22:6B
"La. loses 6,200 jobs in one year," 02-Nov-26:6B
"La. poverty rates improve," 02-Mar-04:1A
"La. reports loss of 4,400 jobs since last June," 02-Jul-26:8B
"La. sees sharp rise in layoffs," 02-Aug-31:8B
"La.-Pacific to leave Louisiana," 02-May-13:6B
"Layoffs triple in La. in 2001," 02-Jan-09:6B
"Out-migration plagues Louisiana," 02-Dec-31:4A
"Private study finds state's corporate taxes remain high," 02-04-10:5B
"Ruston plant cuts 90 jobs," 02-Jun-14:8B
"State near zero overall job growth," 02-Mar-27:8B
"State's economy still feels sting of attacks," 02-Sep-09:1A
"Voters speak out on economy," 02-Dec-31:1A
Louisiana-Education
"'Long way to go' not an exaggeration, Picard says," 02-May-20:3A
"Abstinence program may be headed to area," 02-04-08:5B
"Area colleges make room," 02-Oct-15:1A
"Area schools receive academic reward money," 02-Mar-06:2B
"Area universities to vie for money," 02-Mar-11:3B
"Audit: TOPS needs closer watch on applicants," 02-Oct-29:1A
"BESE rejects evolution disclaimer on textbooks," 02-Dec-13:1A
"Boards want MFP funds fixed," 02-Mar-03:1B
"Certified teacher program waits for state funding," 02-Jan-26:1A
"Charter school heads to court," 02-Mar-03:1A
"Charter schools offer mixed bag of results," 02-Jul-29:1A
"College entrance scores improve," 02-Aug-19:1B
"Colleges to get help with enrollment management," 02-04-29:1B
"Colleges: Tuition hikes won't hurt enrollment," 02-Dec-16:1A
"Computer access improves in state classrooms," 02-Jan-28:1A
"Districts to discuss rankings," 02-Jun-03:1B
"Education reform gets high marks in report," 02-Jun-19:1A
"Educators schooled on new accreditation standards," 02-Sep-06:3B
"Eight state colleges want to raise tuition," 02-Nov-30:3B
"Enrollment concerns state board," 02-Jan-11:1B
"Expert: Pre-K program has unprecedented success," 02-Sep-20:1B
"Federal law may affect testing in La. schools," 02-04-02:1A
"Felon case prompts change," 02-04-24:1A
"Former Caddo school official tackles troubled Orleans system," 02-Jul-20:1A
"Foster plays hardball with White House," 02-Nov-14:3A
"Foster says TOPS funds are covered," 02-Jul-06:1A
"Foster signs school appropriations bill," 02-Jun-26:3B
"Foster: Double funding for program," 02-02-28:1B
"Gaps in education narrows," 02-Sep-16:1A
"Give students a running start," 02-04-07:7I
"Group creates CD-Rom as LEAP study aid," 02-Jan-22:1B
"Groups want alcohol tax hike to benefit teachers, health care," 02-May-22:3A
"High school accountability report," 02-Nov-08:5A
"Higher education system seeks to bridge digital divide," 02-Jan-28:3A
"La. colleges get performance cash," 02-May-13:1A
"La. lags behind southern teacher raises," 02-Aug-04:1A
"La. school budget plan could hurt Caddo," 02-02-01:1A
"La. to subsidize more mortgages for teachers," 02-May-29:3B
"Lawmaker: Will education money ever be enough," 02-May-07:3A
"Legislative committee approves tuition increases," 02-02-23:3B
"Louisiana voters support state accountability laws," 02-Nov-16:4B
"Most colleges receive high teacher prep grades," 02-04-12:1B
"Most parishes perform well on first report cards," 02-May-03:4A
"National publication ranks state among top 10 in education reform," 02-Jan-07:1A
"Nearly 7,000 may lose TOPS," 02-Jun-08:1A
"New law puts teacher aides on other side of the desk," 02-Jul-01:1A
"New pre-K program less than half full," 02-02-04:1B
"Newton the Nutria to be featured on state Web site," 02-May-17:1B
"Officials concerned about low scores," 02-Nov-08:1A
"Panel squabbles over LSUA money," 02-May-14:3A
"Parents make Louisiana's preschool program a big success," 02-Aug-16:1B
"Parents of home schoolers look for education options," 02-Jun-26:1A
"Poll finds 44 percent of voters unaware of TOPS scholarship program," 02-Jan-01:2A
"Practitioner program speeds teacher certification efforts," 02-Mar-07:1A
"Pre-K enrollment in Louisiana's new program could triple," 02-Jul-08:1B
"Proponent: Testing helps keep children in school," 02-May-15:6A
"Regents aim for new college requirements," 02-04-29:1A
"Remedial education funds under watch," 02-Mar-11:1A
"Report: Federal education reforms may hurt state gains," 02-02-11:1B
"SAT math scores increase," 02-Aug-28:2A
"School boards association wants MFP revisited," 02-Mar-01:2B
"School boards to get actual funding figures, not just estimates," 02-Mar-01:2B
"School choice may have little effect," 02-Nov-24:5A
"School desegregation orders continue to plague La. systems," 02-Jul-02:3B
"School systems should pay teacher fees, board says," 02-Sep-18:1B
"Senate committee approves bill to relax pre-k requirements," 02-Mar-27:3A
"State 'voucher' program arrives in NW Louisiana," 02-Aug-04:1A
"State continues to show improvements in LEAP tests," 02-May-15:6A
"State education official to ask for $40M for program," 02-02-06:3B
"State gets grant to help close education gap," 02-Oct-16:5B
"State may tweak its education gauge," 02-Nov-17:1A
"State pulls plug on St. Landry charter school," 02-Aug-14:5B
"State schools to get rewards," 02-Jan-29:3B
"State seeks award nominations," 02-02-19:1B
"State seeks funds to help those failing LEAP," 02-Jan-25:2A
"State seeks to improve quality of teaching," 02-Jan-10:1B
"State teacher salaries among lowest in nation," 02-04-20:1A
"Student loan interest rates continue to decline," 02-Aug-27:1A
"Study: Higher ed too costly for many," 02-02-03:2B
"Survey: Teachers may not be happy," 02-02-10:1A
"Survey: Top students in La.'s Mississippi Delta area want out," 02-Jul-01:3B
"Tax-free college savings plan expanded," 02-Mar-27:3A
"Teacher retirement system won't participate in home loan program," 02-Mar-06:5B
"Test scores, attendance and dropouts considered in rankings," 02-Nov-08:4A
"Thousands of students return to school for tests this week," 02-Jul-09:1B
"Tobacco money debate rages over school funding," 02-Jun-20:1B
"TOP teacher concern is discipline," 02-Sep-23:1B
"TOPS program deadline finally arrives," 02-Jul-01:1A
"Tuition increase bills sent to governor's desk," 02-04-17:3A
"Uneven teacher pay increases raise debate," 02-Jun-02:1A
"Universities unite to fight funding loss," 02-May-30:1A
"University presidents receive pay raises," 02-Aug-25:2B
"Upcoming graduates face mounting financial stress," 02-02-14:1A
"Voters say education top priority for next governor," 02-Dec-29:1A
Louisiana-Environment
"Birders comb swamp on a wing and a prayer," 02-Jan-22:4B
"Bounty on nutria sparks near stampede in Northeast La.", 02-Nov-21:1B
"Brown pelican makes comeback in La., Texas," 02-Jan-22:1A
"DEQ to clamp down on importing wornout tires," 02-04-03:3A
"Donation allows wetlands preservation," 02-Jul-09:3B
"Environmental groups seek federal review of state DEQ's authority," 02-04-10:3B
"Environmentalists seek federal revocation of DEQ permitting, regulation authority," 02-Mar-15:5B
"Experts still battle spread of aquatic weed," 02-Aug-05:1B
"Group files lawsuit against DEQ," 02-Jan-26:5B
"Group says nonprofit citizen's board should run White Lake," 02-Aug-10:2B
"La. officials unsure about new wetlands policy," 02-Dec-31:2B
"La. power plant pollution increases faster than most states," 02-04-07:5B
"La. wetlands loss could be national problem," 02-Jul-14:6B
"Lawmakers OK plan to manage aquifers," 02-Jul-02:3B
"Legislature to allow dredging to clean up Bayou Trepagnier," 02-04-22:5B
"Louisiana not alone in setting runoff standards," 02-04-13:3B
"Officials say water plan could endanger whooping cranes in South Texas," 02-04-29:3B
"Rupture spills 90,000 gallons of oil," 02-04-07:5B
"Scientists check for dioxins," 02-Jul-01:4B
"State help sought for mosquite control," 02-04-22:2A
"State probes tire fraud," 02-Dec-20:1B
"Storms eat away La.'s shield of barrier islands," 02-Oct-08:2B
"Two-thirds of Louisiana parishes lack mosquite control programs," 02-04-22:1A
"Utility officials may fund refuge," 02-Jul-31:1A
"Virus escalates to 'emergency'", 02-Aug-02:1A
"Waste tire fund is depleted," 02-Dec-19-1B
"Watchdog group steps into White Lake fray," 02-Aug-06:3B
"Wildlife official seeks control of whitetail deer management," 02-Sep-06:1B
"Wildlife refuge advances," 02-Jun-13:1B
Louisiana-Episcopals
"New bishop plans to build friendships," 02-May-20:1B
Louisiana-Hayride
"All shook up: Elvis took local fans for an unforgettable (Hay) ride," 02-Aug-16:1A
"George Jones surprised with statue," 02-Sep-14:1B
"Hayride legend dead," 02-Oct-14:1A
"Local singer, Hayride figure remembers Waylon Jennings," 02-02-14:7A
"Lottery scraps 'Hayride' promotion," 02-04-09:1A
"Music conference to focus on local history," 02-04-19:1B
"Waylon Jennings, 64, dies at home," 02-02-14:7A
Louisiana-Legislature
"551 deadbeat taxpayers in state on public list," 02-May-27:3A
"Abuse-reporting bill passed," 02-04-11:4A
"Alexander gives image of being less-polished," 02-Dec-09:5B
"Area legislators visit schools to discuss democracy," 02-Sep-19:2B
"Battle against nursing home tax continues," 02-Sep-09:1A
"Bill may allow prayer in schools," 02-04-04:1A
"Bill may restrict access to disaster plan records," 02-Mar-31:1B
"Bill to pay for Hornets' move makes it through," 02-04-10:3A
"Bills allowing prayer in schools approved," 02-04-11:4A
"Bills to shield records from view pass Senate," 02-04-05:3A
"Biomed, high-tech business incentive approved," 02-04-02:1A
"Black caucus challenges House remap plan," 02-Mar-28:3A
"Budget leaves some initatives short," 02-Jun-13:3A
"Budget to get first look," 02-Mar-25:1A
"Bundle of new laws comes into play today," 02-Jan-01:3B
"Capital outlay measure awaiting final hour," 02-Jun-12:3A
"Cemetery money is on agenda," 02-04-17:1B
"Cigarette tax bill sent to full Senate," 02-Jun-01:3A
"Cigarette tax bill stalls," 02-Jun-05:1A
"Cigarette tax debate delayed until next week," 02-Jun-06:3A
"Cigarette tax hike bill loaded," 02-May-23:1A
"Cigarette tax hike may be increased," 02-May-22:3A
"Cigarette tax hike sent to governor," 02-Jun-11:3A
"Cigarette tax zips through House," 02-May-24:3A
"Cities may have to bite the bullet on firefighters' retirement fund," 02-04-10:3A
"Coalition pushing tobacco tax hike," 02-May-18:1A
"Committee adds casinos to Quality Jobs Program proposal," 02-04-09:3A
"Committee approves budgets," 02-04-03:3A
"Committee OKs tax renewal, tax exemptions," 02-May-21:3A
"Compassion may not work in selling tax plan," 02-Sep-15:1B
"Conflicting opinions issued on juvenile prison conditions," 02-Mar-28:3A
"Criminal abuse of patients measure clears House floor," 02-04-05:3A
"Firefighter bailout, state police raise bill advances," 02-May-28:2A
"Firefighter retirement plan bailout advances," 02-04-03:3A
"Firefighter retirement system bill filed," 02-Mar-28:3A
"Firefighters retirement fund fixed," 02-May-24:3A
"Firefighters' retirement fund fate in hands of Legislature," 02-Mar-24:1A
"Firefighters, cities not yet in agreement," 02-Mar-27:3A
"Foster defends his tax vision," 02-May-12:7I
"Foster focuses on taxes," 02-Mar-26:1A
"Foster produces tax reform, reduction plan," 02-04-23:1A
"Foster seeks $16.6 million more next year for rural parishes," 02-Mar-15:5B
"Foster signs school appropriations bill," 02-Jun-26:3B
"Foster to revive rule on drunken gamblers," 02-Aug-21:1A
"Foster won't guess how much tax breaks cost," 02-04-18:4A
"Funding to benefit area, governor's agenda for upcoming sessions," 02-02-19:2A
"Gap narrows between competing state tax plans," 02-May-13:1A
"Gas tax increase on table," 02-Jul-09:1B
"Give students a running start," 02-04-07:7I
"Gov. Foster lambastes lawmakers over taxes," 02-May-24:1A
"Governor puts charity hospital 'below' budget line," 02-May-10:3A
"Governor to sign bills today," 02-04-17:1A
"Governor to veto Bossier prayer bill," 02-04-25:1B
"Governor, others support Stelly tax reform plan," 02-Jun-16:1A
"Group criticizes 'temporary' sales tax," 02-May-28:3A
"Group questions proposed 'deal closing fund'", 02-04-24:5B
"Here is a wrap-up of special session issues," 02-04-21:4A
"Highway budget faces shortfall," 02-04-09:3A
"House doesn't recognize Indian tribe," 02-May-22:3A
"House guts tax renewal plan," 02-May-23:3A
"House may tackle budget, taxes this week," 02-May-20:1A
"House OKs budget bill with uncertain revenue," 02-May-24:3A
"House OKs plan to revise tax base," 02-Jun-04:3A
"House panel approves projects for funding," 02-May-21:3A
"House panel approves tax renewal, tax exemptions," 02-May-28:3A
"House panel discusses accounting concerns," 02-Jul-31:3B
"House pay raise sparks Senate complaints," 02-Mar-11:5B
"House restores child tax credit," 02-Jun-06:1A
"House Ways and Means Committee takes no action on tax relief measures," 02-May-16:2A
"Indigent defenders systems plead for financial help from state coffers," 02-May-16:2A
"Jobs bill ready to sign," 02-04-18:1A
"Jobs program ties up legislators," 02-04-17:1A
"La. has most complex sales tax collection system, panel told," 02-02-28:3B
"La. lawmakers OK use of 'rainy day' fund," 02-Nov-25:1B
"La. officials welcome farm bill's approval," 02-May-12:3A
"La. struggles over more smoking prevention funds," 02-May-12:1A
"Lawmaker wants to shift library," 02-04-17:3A
"Lawmaker won't seek Senate seat," 02-Dec-03:1B
"Lawmaker: Will education money ever be enough," 02-May-07:3A
"Lawmakers closer to passing taxes, budget," 02-Jun-11:3A
"Lawmakers cool to bio-tech plan," 02-May-10:3A
"Lawmakers deadlocked on sales tax," 02-Jun-12:3A
"Lawmakers don't like rule to stop drunks from gambling," 02-Aug-14:3B
"Lawmakers head home," 02-Jun-13:1A
"Lawmakers offered N.O. junket," 02-Mar-19:1A
"Lawmakers push for solution to increase state trooper pay," 02-May-28:1A
"Lawmakers: N.O. trip not unusual," 02-Mar-20:1A
"Legislators asked to use fund," 02-Nov-13:1B
"Legislators seek to curb terrorists," 02-Mar-28:1A
"Legislators: Session to end Friday," 02-04-10:1A
"Legislature fully funds TOPS program budget," 02-Jun-13:3A
"Legislature has limited options with civil service pay," 02-Jun-01:3A
"Legislature invests in economic development," 02-Jun-17:1A
"Legislature's 'Rainy Day' decision is made official," 02-Nov-26:3B
"Local governments challenge state law on cell phone tax," 02-Jul-13:1B
"Local governments oppose tax exemptions," 02-May-14:3A
"Long agenda awaits," 02-Mar-24:1A
"Measure to protect supplemental pay gets mixed reviews," 02-Oct-28:1B
"N.O. cancer center behind in research plans," 02-Jul-15:1A
"Nearly 7,000 may lose TOPS," 02-Jun-08:1A
"New Stelly Plan in works," 02-May-13:2A
"New tax rate starts on July 1," 02-Jun-23:1B
"No easy fix for firefighter fund," 02-04-01:1A
"Officials balk at proposal on addiction treatment," 02-Sep-21:2B
"Officials look for ways to fix crossing measure," 02-04-10:3A
"Officials to rework tax plan," 02-May-06:1A
"One session ends, next set to begin," 02-04-21:1A
"Order released for state's 12 constitutional amendments," 02-Jul-19:3B
"Packet for Hornets, Saints progresses," 02-04-03:3A
"Panel cuts prayer requirement from funding bill," 02-04-10:3A
"Panel puts brakes on Hornets tax breaks," 02-04-05:3A
"Panel seeks input on treatment of juvenile inmates," 02-Jan-22:4B
"Panels OK tax break for Hornets," 02-04-09:3A
"Plan to fix firefighter retirement fund gets past first hurdle," 02-May-22:3A
"Plan to save firefighters' retirement hits opposition," 02-04-09:3A
"Prekindergarten vote expected," 02-04-10:3A
"Preschool bill headed to House floor," 02-04-05:3A
"Pro-sports measure under scrutiny," 02-Mar-28:3A
"Proposal to raise elected officials' pay dropped," 02-Jun-06:3A
"Proposals may alter budgeting process," 02-Oct-28:1A
"Quality jobs bill passes House," 02-04-12:1A
"Railroad crossing measure advances," 02-04-11:4A
"Railroad crossing safety bills pass," 02-04-17:3A
"Railroad crossing safety comes before Legislature," 02-04-05:1A
"Redistrict plan to go before court," 02-Jun-30:1A
"Remedial education funds under watch," 02-Mar-11:1A
"Saints aid bill moves on," 02-Mar-27:1A
"Senate approves railroad crossing legislation," 02-04-09:3A
"Senate approves sales tax," 02-Jun-01:1A
"Senate aproves part of Saints, Hornets deal," 02-04-04:3A
"Senate asked to help protect ancient Bienville Parish site," 02-May-22:3A
"Senate holding off on state budget until tax plans are final," 02-Jun-07:2A
"Senate panel increases size of capital outlay bill," 02-Jun-06:3A
"Senate panel kills Interstate 49 plan," 02-May-16:2A
"Senate to take up capital outlay bill," 02-May-31:3A
"Senate to weigh sales tax on food, utilities today," 02-May-31:3A
"Senators field calls over aid bill," 02-04-07:1A
"Senators may dip into funds for 'rainy day'", 02-Nov-16:1B
"Senators propose alternate tax plan," 02-May-07:1A
"Session appears to be headed for meltdown over tax rebates," 02-04-11:4A
"Session to focus on taxes," 02-04-29:1A
"Session to go into next week," 02-04-11:1A
"Shreveport fire sales tax compromise possible," 02-Jun-11:1A
"Shreveport fire-police pay tax hike passes," 02-Jun-13:3A
"Smith: Veto my bill," 02-04-24:1A
"Solutions offered in road work backlog," 02-Mar-05:1A
"Special Session 2002," 02-Mar-24:4A
"Special session enters final week," 02-04-09:1A
"Special session likely for early spring," 02-Jan-12:3B
"Special session to start Monday," 02-Mar-20:1A
"State revenue forecasting has changed," 02-May-06:2A
"State senators reject some, OK other exemptions," 02-May-16:2A
"State to require instant notification of care abuses," 02-04-04:3A
"State's budget bounces back to committee," 02-Jun-05:3A
"Stelly plan analysis seen as vistory sign," 02-Sep-23:1B
"Stelly plan raises tax renewal debate," 02-Jul-14:5B
"Tax could raise police, fire pay," 02-04-11:1A
"Tax plan to head to voters," 02-Jun-12:1A
"Taxes, spending up in air with three days left," 02-Jun-10:3A
"Taxing riverboat casinos for trooper pay shot down," 02-May-22:3A
"Technology upgrade plan upsets DeWitt," 02-04-08:1A
"Television, radio executives seek tax break for switch to digital," 02-May-14:3A
"Three bills filed to help firefighter retirement fund," 02-Mar-29:1B
"To repeal or not to repeal?", 02-Jan-20:7I
"Tobacco lobby says tax hike would hurt," 02-May-23:3A
"Toledo Bend District bill pulled," 02-04-06:1B
"Tuition increase bills sent to governor's desk," 02-04-17:3A
"Uneven teacher pay increases raise debate," 02-Jun-02:1A
"Variety of issues on agenda," 02-Mar-20:2A
"Vitter sees political retaliation in bill," 02-04-04:3A
"Vitter upset by proposed special session bill," 02-Mar-23:3B
"Vo-techs concerned with unfunded mandates," 02-May-31:3A
"Welfare plan concerns Thompson," 02-Mar-28:3A
"What's happening at the legislative special session this week," 02-04-01:3A
Louisiana-Lottery
"Lottery scraps 'Hayride' promotion," 02-04-09:1A
"Louisiana Lottery at its most profitable since 1995," 02-Jun-30:6B
"Shreveport ticket is Lotto winner," 02-Jan-07:1B
Louisiana-Methodists
"La. Methodists plan annual state meeting," 02-May-30:1B
"Methodists conference reflects on Sept.11," 02-Jun-03:1B
Louisiana-National Guard
"Local reservists activated," 02-Dec-31:1B
"National Guard, reservists get prepared for war duty," 02-Dec-16:1A
"Reserves to stay on alert," 02-Aug-27:1A
"Ruston battalion activated for anti-terrorism duty," 02-Dec-05:2B
Louisiana-Prisons
"Boot Camp: Program takes aim at prisoner recidivism," 02-Mar-17:1A
Louisiana-Quarter
"State quarter scheduled to be released Friday," 02-May-30:3B
"Thousands line up for La. quarter," 02-Jun-01:1B
Louisiana-Redistricting
"Federal judges won't clear remap for La. House," 02-Dec-12:1A
"Federal panel to hear La. redistricting case today," 02-Dec-11:5B
"Redistrict plan to go before court," 02-Jun-30:1A
"Remap ruling debated," 02-Dec-16:1B
Louisiana-Republicans
"GOP unites against Landrieu," 02-Sep-15:1B
"Republicans speculate on Saturday's loss," 02-Dec-09:3A
"Republicans want Bush to visit La.", 02-Oct-28:1A
"State Republicans to meet, finalize endorsement policy," 02-Sep-14:1B
Louisiana-Riverwalk
"'Like Las Vegas in 1945'", 02-Oct-01:6B
"Bass Pro megastore to anchor Riverwalk," 02-May-23:1A
"Bossier City plans to borrow nearly $29.3M to assist Louisiana Riverwalk project," 02-Oct-02:5B
"Bossier City to ask group for Riverwalk funding," 02-02-20:1B
"Commission to conduct study on proposed riverfront project," 02-02-21:1B
"Crowd problems not expected for La. Riverwalk," 02-Oct-30:2A
"First Louisiana Riverwalk tenant to break ground," 02-Dec-13:1A
"First tenant begins construction in Bossier City riverfront district," 02-Dec-18:6B
"Major tenant landed for Bossier City entertainment district," 02-May-21:1A
"National firm eyed to design seawall," 02-Jul-22:5B
"Persistence, patience, prayer drive John Good," 02-Nov-03:1I
"Projects promise to reshape both shores of Red River," 02-Jan-20:1A
"Riverfront project moves ahead," 02-Oct-01:1A
"Riverfront project to get $5M," 02-May-16:1B
"Riverwalk project receives interest," 02-May-06:1A
"Riverwalk takes shape," 02-May-24:1A
"Riverwalk to announce tenants," 02-Sep-20:1A
Louisiana-Sports Hall of Fame
"Seven join state Hall," 02-Jun-26:1C
Louisiana-Tech
"367 receive degrees at La. Tech," 02-Aug-17:3B
"Dorm fire injures four," 02-Nov-01:1B
"La. Tech awards 354 diplomas," 02-Mar-16:3B
"La. Tech building projects to encourage students to socialize," 02-Nov-20:2B
"La. Tech head gets glowing report," 02-04-27:3B
"La. Tech seeks home for new mascot," 02-Sep-16:5B
"Local businessman set to receive honorary doctorate," 02-May-14:3B
"Louisiana Tech graduates 354 for fall," 02-Dec-02:5B
"Tech awards 811 students with degrees," 02-Jun-10:5B
"Tech scholarship to honor 9/11 pilot," 02-Aug-28:1A
Louisiana-Technical College
"Colleges introduce plan to meet business, industry needs," 02-Oct-04:6B
"Vo-tech leader plans changes," 02-02-23:1B
Louisiana-Tourism
"La. tourism declines 10 percent in 2001," 02-Jul-26:3B
"Louisiana has highest percentage of black tourists," 02-Sep-05:6B
"Louisiana's tourism industry rebounding after terrorist attacks," 02-Sep-09:6B
Loyola College Prep
"Area Catholic schools roll with the times," 02-Aug-02:4D
"Loyola College celebrates 100-year anniversary," 02-Jul-26:1B
"Loyola College Prep celebrates centennial," 02-Jul-29:1A
"Loyola College Prep opens stadium," 02-Sep-21:1A
"Loyola to open stadium," 02-Sep-20:1C
LSU-Alexandria
"LSUA librarian stepping down after 42 years," 02-02-04:5B
"Students use summer to get ahead on credits at area colleges," 02-Jul-12:1B
LSU-Baton Rouge
"Football brings another victory to LSU: more students," 02-Jan-11:5B
"LSU board votes to give chancellor a pay raise," 02-Jul-14:5B
"LSU falls out of top 10 on 'party schools' lists," 02-Aug-20:1A
"LSU students return to school amid fear of a serial killer," 02-Aug-19:5B
LSU-Board of Supervisors
"LSU board approves increases to university fees," 02-Jan-19:1A
LSU-Health Sciences Center
"'Function Junction' builds living and working skills," 02-Dec-12:8B
"Attacks put booster shot into local emergency response efforts," 02-Sep-07:4A
"Cancer research money igniting action today," 02-Jul-01:1A
"Delivery date nears for cancer research funding," 02-May-19:7I
"Doctors needed for rural jobs," 02-Jan-17:1A
"Foster seeks tech, bioscience growth," 02-Jun-23:1A
"Gamma Knife offers hope," 02-02-08:1D
"Governor's health-care vision to benefit LSUHSC-Shreveport," 02-04-06:1A
"Health care, economic development are focus in N.W. La.", 02-May-22:1A
"Health research plan set," 02-02-26:1A
"La. charity hospital system faces $42M deficit," 02-Jul-27:3B
"Local doctors reattach man's arm in rare surgery," 02-02-08:1B
"Local LSU center closer to $2M for parking garage," 02-Jul-31:2A
"Local speech, hearing center hopes for higher visibility," 02-Mar-19:6B
"LSU health programs get funding for HIV training," 02-Aug-23:1B
"LSUHSC awards graduate degrees to 108," 02-Jun-02:2B
"LSUHSC doctor, wife arrested on drug charges," 02-Aug-23:5B
"LSUHSC enters $64M building boom," 02-Nov-29:1A
"LSUHSC makes offer on Caddo school," 02-Oct-01:1B
"LSUHSC medical students want more parking lot security," 02-Jan-02:1B
"LSUHSC professor gets top ranking," 02-04-24:1B
"LSUHSC promotes reading," 02-Mar-05:1B
"LSUHSC studies presented at meeting," 02-02-17:1B
"LSUHSC to hold health luncheon," 02-Oct-16:1B
"Medical students find out future," 02-Mar-22:1B
"Mental health wing meets need," 02-May-05:1I
"N.O. cancer center behind in research plans," 02-Jul-15:1A
"New kind of pacemaker implanted in Shreveport," 02-May-10:3B
"New residency program OK'd," 02-02-20:1A
"Newborn undergoes robotic surgery," 02-Jan-24:1A
"Officials seek alternative financing of biosciences initiative," 02-May-19:1A
"Orthopedics program gains faculty, equipment," 02-Jan-27:1I
"Patient safety is key factor in work-hour residency limits," 02-Jun-21:1A
"Prisoner care at local hospital left unfunded," 02-May-31:1A
"Regents award funds go to three area colleges," 02-Aug-29:3B
"Searching for answers," 02-Nov-08:1D
"Study: Surgeon shortage a possibility," 02-Mar-16:1A
"This little piggy bank went to camp," 02-Jan-19:1B
LSUS
"'Leading a Team' is seminar topic," 02-Nov-29:10B
"'Monologues' performance help to raise awareness," 02-02-15:1B
"'Summers in Suffok' returns to stage at LSUS," 02-Jun-25:2D
"'The Waiting Room' opens Friday at LSUS," 02-Sep-20:2D
"Area college costs rise this fall," 02-Aug-15:1A
"Area colleges make room," 02-Oct-15:1A
"Area students prepare for college-level courses," 02-Jun-20:1B
"Business schools focus on ethics," 02-Sep-15:1I
"Class prepares for insurance exam," 02-Mar-04:6B
"College classes set to start," 02-Jan-11:1B
"Conference emphasizes Northwest La. transportation issues," 02-02-22:1A
"Conference to celebrate music of South, state," 02-02-27:5B
"Conference to focus on transportation," 02-Jan-31:6B
"Conference to look at transportation," 02-02-18:1A
"Course on private investigation set," 02-Mar-04:6B
"Disney recruiters to visit LSUS," 02-Nov-19:1B
"Drummer doesn't miss a beat," 02-04-23:1D
"Empowerment conference set," 02-02-15:1B
"Evacuees begin trip back home," 02-Oct-05:1B
"Evacuees find refuge here," 02-Oct-03:1B
"Event to feature prominent artists, historians," 02-02-26:3B
"Fall brings changes on campus," 02-Oct-13:2B
"Flower trip" [Dr. Steven Lynch], 02-Nov-24:1D
"Flutist booked at LSUS," 02-04-16:3D
"Ford Motor Co. retiree gives away $1.3M," 02-May-13:4B
"Higher education system seeks to bridge digital divide," 02-Jan-28:3A
"Historian to explore Lincoln's Cabinet," 02-Oct-18:5B
"Historian, author to lecture here," 02-Oct-16:1B
"Local colleges receive extra funding," 02-Aug-13:3B
"Locals speak out on vision 2020," 02-Oct-10:6B
"LSU-Shreveport confers 255 degrees," 02-Jan-14:5B
"LSUS approves fee increases," 02-Jun-01:1B
"LSUS casts 'Summers in Suffolk'", 02-Jun-11:3D
"LSUS casts 'Waiting Room'", 02-Sep-10:3D
"LSUS center benefits area," 02-Jul-08:1C
"LSUS confers 287 degrees," 02-May-16:3B
"LSUS drama group sets auditions," 02-May-17:1B
"LSUS grant opens doors for math, science students," 02-Jan-06:2B
"LSUS offering personal safety course," 02-02-24:3B
"LSUS offers many different courses," 02-Sep-20:1B
"LSUS Pioneer Day to be held Saturday," 02-Oct-09:4D
"LSUS plays host to national championships," 02-02-01:2C
"LSUS professor at White House today" [Dr. William Pederson], 02-Sep-23:1B
"LSUS ready for NSU, future," 02-Mar-06:1C
"LSUS slates auditions for 'Waiting Room'", 02-Jul-30:2D
"LSUS student makes do hunting on public areas," 02-Nov-16:1A
"LSUS to add sports to school's program," 02-May-13:1A
"LSUS to hold open house today," 02-04-13:1B
"LSUS to host women's Sports Day event Wednesday," 02-02-05:2C
"Math professors lend a hand," 02-Mar-02:1B
"Midway Elementary touts first year as professional development school," 02-04-11:1B
"Minorities make gains in college enrollment," 02-Oct-27:2B
"Money matters to youth," 02-Jan-20:1I
"Music conference to kick off Thursday," 02-May-01:5B
"Music scene simmers at local jazz, blues fest," 02-04-28:1B
"No room for mediocrity," 02-Jul-28:7I
"Northwest Louisiana teachers go to summer school in area," 02-Jul-19:1B
"Pioneer Day is like entering a time warp," 02-Oct-13:1b
"Pioneer Day slated Saturday at LSUS," 02-Oct-11:3B
"Presidential historian to speak at LSUS," 02-04-02:1B
"Presidential historian to visit Shreveport," 02-04-05:1B
"Project means more space at LSUS," 02-Oct-07:1B
"Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist will speak here," 02-04-17:1D
"Red River Radio plans jazz, blues festival," 02-02-07:3B
"Regents award funds go to three area colleges," 02-Aug-29:3B
"Robinson takes LSUS position," 02-Dec-06:1C
"Seminar to focus on supervising," 02-Mar-04:6B
"Southern American Music Conference kicks off today," 02-May-02:8A
"Spring break arrives for students," 02-Mar-22:1A
"Students use summer to get ahead on credits at area colleges," 02-Jul-12:1B
"Teacher offers students chance at college credits," 02-Dec-22:1B
"Timber course begins Saturday," 02-02-01:6B
"Universities unite to fight funding loss," 02-May-30:1A
"Videoconference to focus on work force development," 02-Nov-19:6B
"Walking to cure diabetes," 02-Nov-10:1B
"Youths gather in the name of diversity and leadership," 02-02-07:1B
Lumber
"DeSoto plywood plant not closing," 02-Aug-07:1A
"International Paper to cut 55 positions," 02-Jan-31:6B
"La. Pacific to leave Louisiana," 02-May-13:6B
"La. Pacific to pay off bonds," 02-Aug-08:6B
"Ruston to lose jobs at former Willamette office," 02-May-24:8B
"Timber company OKs deal," 02-Jan-22:1A
"Willamette investors OK bid," 02-02-12:6B
"Willamette rejects buyout bid," 02-Jan-05:6B
"Willamette workers change employers," 02-02-22:8B

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Mabry, Wilma
"Obituary," 02-May-02:2B
"Wilma Mabry, longtime Bossier Parish clerk, dies," 02-May-01:5B
Mansfield, La.
"Calhoun family donates historic female college to state," 02-Dec-21:1B
"Historians: Civil War site threatened by mining," 02-02-26:1A
"Living history featured at area Civil War site," 02-Jul-19:3B
"Mansfield elects first black mayor," 02-04-07:1A
"Mansfield employees won't get pay raises," 02-Nov-26:1B
"Mansfield mayor-elect eager to start job," 02-04-08:1A
"Mansfield to clean up in August," 02-Jul-30:1B
"Mayor appoints first woman to council," 02-Jul-23:1B
"New Mansfield mayor to take office," 02-Jun-28:2B
"New mayor makes history in Mansfield," 02-Jun-30:1B
"Part of threatened battle site saved," 02-Sep-25:1A
Mardi Gras
"Area Carnival season kicks off," 02-Jan-06:1B
"Casinos agree to restore support for local krewes," 02-Jan-04:1B
"Celebrate Mardi Gras the north Louisiana way," 02-02-01:12E
"Grand opening of Mardi Gras museum set for Saturday," 02-Aug-01:3B
"Isle of Capri set as sponsor for krewe," 02-Jan-05:1B
"Krewe of Barkus, Meoux's pet parade strolls for 5th year," 02-02-04:1B
"Krewe of Centaur parade," 02-02-01:3E
"Krewe of Gemini ready to roll today," 02-02-09:1A
"Krewe of Highland announces royalty for 2003," 02-Nov-17:2D
"Krewe of Highland struts city streets another year," 02-02-11:1B
"Krewe parades will highlight patriotism, golf," 02-Jan-25:10A
"La. courts business at Mardi Gras, 02-02-02:6B
"Let the good times roll," 02-02-10:13A
"Mardi Gras in the Ark-La-Tex," 02-Dec-29:6D
"Mardi Gras museum slips off the mask," 02-Aug-04:1B
"Mardi Gras offers fun lessons," 02-02-12:1B
"Mardi Gras unmasked," 02-Dec-29:1D
"Mardi Gras: A primer to help newcomers," 02-Jan-20:1D
"More krewes announce royalty," 02-Oct-06:2D
"N.W. La. Carnival rolls," 02-02-03:1A
"N.Y.C. firemen, police officers visit Shreveport for Carnival," 02-02-02:1A
"North Louisiana embraces the spectacle of Carnival, 02-02-01:1A
"NY firefighters, police come to Shreveport," 02-02-01:2A
"Parade parking rules stressed," 02-Jan-31:3B
"Rolling party hits the street," 02-02-10:1A
Marjorie Lyons Playhouse
"'Junie Moon' opens new Centenary season," 02-Sep-19:3B
"'Junie Moon' will open MLP theater season," 02-Sep-17:3D
"'Seagull' doesn't fly too high," 02-04-13:4D
"'Shape of Things' a first rate effort," 02-Nov-08:3D
"'Shape of Things' takes shape," 02-Nov-05:3D
"'Three Tall Women' is a Playhouse triumph," 02-Jun-08:4D
"'Winnie-the-Pooh' tickets for sale soon," 02-Nov-26:2D
"Abortion issue takes stage in 'Keely and Du'", 02-02-19:2D
"Cast chosen for 'The Seagull'", 02-04-02:2D
"Centenary announces 'Keely' cast list," 02-02-05:2D
"Centenary announces 'Three Tall Women' cast," 02-May-14:3D
"Centenary names 'Junie Moon' cast," 02-Sep-10:3D
"Centenary stages 'Winnie-the-Pooh'", 02-Dec-03:2D
"Centenary theater offers fun with 'Winnie-the-Pooh'", 02-Dec-06:6B
"Centenary theater prepares the way for 'The Seagull'", 02-04-09:2D
"Marjorie Lyons extends production of 'Mame'", 02-Jul-23:2D
"Marjorie Lyons Playhouse casts 'Shape'", 02-Oct-15:3D
"Marjorie Lyons Playhouse names award winners," 02-04-30:2D
"Marjorie Lyons prepares to play it BIG," 02-Jul-16:1D
"Marjorie Lyons' 'Mame' a smash," 02-Jul-20:4D
"MLP announces 'General' auditions," 02-Jan-15:3D
"MLP casts 'Mame'", 02-Jul-02:2D
"MLP unfolds new season," 02-Jun-25:2D
"MLP's 'Keely and Du' a strong production," 02-02-22:5B
"Women's issues come together in 'Three Tall Women'", 02-Jun-04:1D
Martin, William 'Step'
"Pastor to retire after 47 years," 02-Mar-09:1A
McAneny, J. Frank
"News photographer McAneny dead at 79," 02-04-08:4B
"Obituary," 02-04-09:4B
McCrery, Rep. Jim
"All roads could lead to economic growth for region," 02-02-22:1A
"Big issues loom for incumbent," 02-Oct-31:1B
"Caddo seeks funds to open youth facility," 02-Jun-30:1A
"City could get $2.5M for I-49, other work," 02-Oct-02:1B
"Congressman pitches I-49," 02-Mar-15:1A
"Debate in limbo for candidates," 02-Oct-22:3B
"Evangel celebrates academic 'excellence'", 02-Jan-16:1B
"Forum gives voice to local terrorism fears," 02-Aug-20:1B
"La. lawmakers report last year's finances," 02-Jun-15:1B
"Louisiana congressmen split welfare vote along party lines," 02-May-17:3A
"Louisiana lawmakers support Bush's homeland security proposal," 02-Jun-07:3A
"Louisiana lawmakers unanimous in support of Iraq resolution," 02-Oct-11:4A
"McCrery gains reputation as thoughtful policymaker," 02-May-06:1A
"McCrery says lives, routines have been altered by sniper," 02-Oct-22:3A
"McCrery throws support behind Terrell's election," 02-Nov-28:2A
"President's proposed cuts in water projects not likely to stand," 02-02-23:2B
"Public event to focus on war on terrorism," 02-Aug-14:1B
"Supporters soundly re-elect McCrery," 02-Nov-06:4A
Meadows Museum
"'Tiffany Gold' comes to Meadows," 02-Nov-07:2D
"A celebration of rural America," 02-Aug-06:1D
"African-American artists featured at local exhibit," 02-Jun-23:1B
"College museum celebrates Lin Emery sculpture," 02-02-26:2D
"Elvis exhibits convey a sense of the man," 02-Jan-29:2D
"Jewish exhibit hangs at Meadows Museum," 02-Sep-10:3D
"Meadows Museum offers French insights," 02-02-09:4D
"Meadows Museum sets volunteer recruitment," 02-Jul-23:2D
"Meadows plans art workshop," 02-Jan-15:3D
"Meadows to hang Jacob Lawrence works," 02-Jun-18:3D
"New Elvis exhibit features works of local photographers," 02-Jan-07:1D
"Nimoy exhibit offers fertile ground for discussion," 02-Oct-01:3D
Mijalis, Gus
"Ex-con linked to Deja Vu," 02-Jul-09:1A
"Mijalis applying for pardon," 02-Mar-22:2B
Monsour, Joseph T.
"Local businessman, fair manager dies at 95," 02-Dec-14:3B
"Obituary," 02-Dec-14:2B
Montgomery, Billy
"Lawmaker won't seek Senate seat," 02-Dec-03:1B
Mudbug Festival
"Festival puts emphasis on state's unique music," 02-May-25:1A
"Visitors go mad over mudbugs, 02-May-26:1B
Municipal Auditorium
"Don Henley to perform benefit in Shreveport," 02-02-13:1B
"Don Henley to perform benefit," 02-Mar-01:1A
"Henley benefit proves to be a crowd-pleaser," 02-Mar-09:3D
Murrell, Tom
"Local cowboy, author dies at 84," 02-04-06:2B
"Obituary," 02-04-07:4B
Music in Shreveport
"Conference to celebrate music of South, state," 02-02-27:5B
"Local recording studios may find niche," 02-May-02:9A
"Southern American Music Conference kicks off today," 02-May-02:8A

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NAACP
"Annual NAACP event set," 02-Jun-17:1B
"Four win awards at NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet," 02-Jun-30:2D
"Local NAACP awards scholarships," 02-Aug-10:3B
"Local NAACP opposes Caddo bonds," 02-Jun-23:1A
"NAACP echoes opposition to school bond proposal," 02-Jul-19:1B
"Reserve tickets for NAACP banquet," 02-Jun-05:1B
"State NAACP seeking citizen activity," 02-Jul-01:3B
Natchitoches, La.
"Downtown Natchitoches to undergo 1930s face lift," 02-Nov-20:5B
"Heritage group awards 17 grants," 02-Jul-02:1B
"Nakatosh Hotel halts work," 02-04-30:1A
"Natchitoches endorses Confederate resolution despite community uproar," 02-Mar-13:5B
"Natchitoches takes a look back while moving forward," 02-Dec-30:1B
National Hockey League
"NHL exhibition wows local fans," 02-Sep-29:1C
Nattin, George
"Former mayor of Bossier City dies," 02-04-26:5B
"Obituary," 02-04-26:5B
North Louisiana Business Hall of Fame
"Bicknell, Zadeck named to Business Hall of Fame," 02-Aug-20:6B
North Shreveport-Development Corporation
"Marketing drive to start for local industrial park," 02-Jan-15:6B
Northwestern State University
"Area colleges make room," 02-Oct-15:1A
"Audit cites employees of NSU," 02-Nov-05:1B
"Colleges receive technology grants," 02-Jan-06:1B
"NSU dean placed on leave," 02-Jul-13:3B
"NSU graduates largest class in school history," 02-May-15:3B
"NSU orchestra gala has a Russian twist," 02-04-10:4D
"NSU president uses evaluation to move forward," 02-04-30:3B
"NSU professor writes book on Shakespeare," 02-02-21:4D
"NSU receives pledge to create first $1 million chair," 02-Mar-24:2B
"NSU student wins top scholarship," 02-04-30:1B
"NSU's commencement largest in school's history," 02-Dec-30:5B
"Professor to receive high honor," 02-Jul-21:1B
Norton Art Gallery
"Azaleas draw spring crowds," 02-04-08:1B
"Gallery's azaleas are in full bloom," 02-04-06:1B
"Go 'West by Southwest' for unique experience," 02-04-24:4D
"How his West is done," 02-Sep-01:1D
"Norman Rockwell," 02-Jun-30:1D

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Oakland Cemetery
"Cemetery wins grant," 02-May-27:1B
Obituaries
"Adkins, Joseph Carroll," 02-04-11:2B
"Annan, Paul Gauss (Jack)", 02-Jun-14:4B
"Beard, Charles Carroll," 02-Jun-01:2B
"DeLee, Martha O'Neal," 02-Sep-27:6B
"Epes, Archie Campbell," 02-Oct-03:2B
"Faludi, Dr. Heinz Karl," 02-Oct-21:4B
"Gibson, Alice Juse Coffey," 02-Sep-26:2B
"Gothard, Donita," 02-04-05:4B
"Hamm, William Meadows Jr.", 02-Dec-18:2B
"Hill, Robert," 02-02-05:2B
"Hudson, Dr. James O.", 02-02-07:2B
"Laffitte, Royce Daniel," 02-02-07:2B
"Lambert, Francais Glassell," 02-Sep-24:2B
"Locke, Dr. Norma Jean Ph.D.", 02-Oct-10:2B
"Lombardino, Pasquale Buddy," 02-Aug-22:2B
"Moran, Carolyn Scott," 02-Jun-05:4B
"Murray, Flora," 02-May-28:4B
"Nattin, Ava Nell Vernon," 02-Sep-27:6B
"Nelson, Nell Querbes," 02-Jan-06:4B
"Parris, Mrs. Ellise Shelly," 02-Jan-19:2B
"Politz, Judge Henry A.", 02-May-28:4B
"Querbes, Mary Gertrude Ingersoll," 02-04-10:4B
"Quinn, Mary Virginia Saunders," 02-02-05:2B
"Russell, Dr. Dan Earl Sr.", 02-Jul-28:4B
"Spearman, Rev. Claude P.", 02-May-27:4B
"Stamper, Dr. Charles J.", 02-Jun-25:2B
"Steadman, Edwin Samuel," 02-Oct-22:2B
"Summerfield, Dorsey Sr.", 02-Oct-04:2B
"Touchstone, Sam," 02-Jun-11:2B
"Turner, Woodrow Wilson," 02-02-09:2B
Oil and Gas
"236 manufacturing jobs at risk," 02-Oct-26:1A
"Area oil and gas activity," 02-Jan-06:5I, 02-Jan-13:5I, 02-Jan-20:5I, 02-Jan-27:5I, 02-02-03:5I, 02-02-10:5I,
02-02-17:5I, 02-02-24:5I, 02-Mar-03:5I, 02-Mar-10:5I, 02-Mar-17:5I, 02-Mar-24:5I, 02-Mar-31:5I, 02-04-07:5I,
02-04-14:5I, 02-04-21:5I, 02-04-28:5I, 02-May-19:5I, 02-May-26:5I, 02-Jun-02:5I, 02-Jun-09:5I, 02-Jun-16:5I,
02-Jun-23:5I, 02-Jun-28:8B, 02-Jun-30:5I, 02-Jul-04:8B, 02-Jul-07:5I, 02-Jul-14:5I, 02-Jul-18:6B, 02-Jul-19:6B,
02-Jul-21:5I, 02-Jul-25:6B, 02-Jul-27:6B, 02-Jul-28:5I, 02-Aug-01:6B, 02-Aug-02:6B, 02-Aug-04:5I,
02-Aug-11:1I, 02-Aug-18:5I, 02-Aug-25:5I, 02-Sep-01:5I, 02-Sep-08:5I, 02-Sep-15:5I, 02-Sep-22:7I,
02-Oct-06:7I, 02-Oct-13:7I, 02-Oct-20:7I, 02-Oct-27:5I, 02-Nov-10:5I, 02-Nov-17:5I, 02-Dec-01:5I,
02-Dec-08:5I, 02-Dec-22:5I
"Gas tax increase on table," 02-Jul-09:1B
"La. benefits from offshore royalties," 02-Jan-22:5B
"Natural gas industry plays it safe," 02-Oct-26:6B
"Shell will be motor oil leader with Pennzoil buy," 02-Mar-27:8B
Overton Brooks VA Medical Center
"Official: Local VA hospital should not be affected by cuts," 02-Jun-07:1B
"VA hospital celebrates Black History Month," 02-02-08:1B
"VA is secure with growing patient base," 02-Jun-16:1I
"VA to recognize local researchers," 02-04-05:2B
"Veterans push to solve disability pay problem in coming Congress," 02-Jan-24:3B

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Performing Arts Center
"'Foxfire' comes to PAC," 02-Jan-15:2D
"'My Fair Lady' extends for three performances.", 02-Jul-17:4D
"'My Fair Lady' prepares for PAC opening," 02-Jul-09:1D
"'Red River Revue IX' readies for some fun," 02-Oct-01:2D
"'The Sorcerer' due Thursday," 02-Mar-12:3D
"Auditions set for 'My Fair Lady'", 02-04-10:8D
"PAC names 'My Fair Lady' cast," 02-Jun-18:3D
"PAC's 'My Fair Lady' a decent rendition," 02-Jul-14:6B
"River Cities Jubilee prepares for annual show," 02-Oct-01:3D
Peter Pan Players
"'Jungle Book' is back," 02-May-07:2D
"'Mary Poppins' advance tickets set to go on sale," 02-Nov-26:2D
"'Mary Poppins' tickets on sale at MLP," 02-Dec-17:3D
"'Mary Poppins' to pay us a visit," 02-Dec-24:3D
"Children's troupe names 'The Jungle Book' cast," 02-04-30:3D
"New production set of 'Hansel & Gretel'", 02-Aug-13:2D
"Peter Pan Players casts 'Hansel and Gretel'", 02-Jul-23:2D
"Peter Pan Players has winner with 'Jungle Book'", 02-May-11:2B
"PPP slates auditions for 'Mary Poppins'", 02-Oct-22:2D
"PPP's 'Hansel & Gretel' almost there," 02-Aug-14:4D
"PPP's version of 'Mary Poppins' is magical," 02-Dec-28:3B
"Tickets now on sale for 'Hansel & Gretel'", 02-Aug-06:3D
Philadelphia Center
"ARTPORT offers twice the visual pleasure," 02-Jun-25:1D
Politz, Judge Henry
"Politz, senior federal appeals judge, dies," 02-May-26:5B
Port of Shreveport-Bossier
"Fueled by coal, port sets record in cargo tonnage," 02-Jan-14:1A
"Port awards harbor contract," 02-Nov-12:6B
"Port closer to having ship-building cluster," 02-Sep-17:1A
"Yachtbuilding plant may lure more business to area port," 02-Jul-30:6B
Private Schools
"Allegations denied," 02-Jan-11:1A
"Authorities drop Dennis Dunn case," 02-May-09:1A
"Church, community grapple with Dennis Dunn accusations," 02-Jan-13:1A
"Dunn rebuts lawsuit," 02-02-16:1A
"Dunn, Evangel named in suit," 02-Jan-10:1A
"Dunn: Allegations 'absolutely false'", 02-Jan-12:1A
"Duron discusses case in church," 02-Jan-14:1A
"Evangel celebrates academic 'excellence'", 02-Jan-16:1B
"Parties in Dunn suit to respond today," 02-02-19:1A
Providence House
"Children at homeless shelter receive Christmas outfits," 02-Dec-23:1A
"Day care changes hours to help serve more families," 02-Oct-12:1B
"Largest class graduates from Providence," 02-Mar-08:2B
"President lauds Providence House founders," 02-Dec-04:3A
"Program graduates 14 families," 02-Sep-20:1B
"Providence House launches fund-raiser," 02-Jun-14:4D
"Providence House prepares for new education center addition," 02-02-26:1B
"Providence House to hold ceremony," 02-Mar-04:1B
"Welfare debate to heat up," 02-Aug-03:1A

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Queensborough
"Queensborough group unveils new headquarters," 02-Jun-21:3B

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Ravenna, Charles
"Longtime Byrd school official dies," 02-Jan-05:2B
"Obituary," 02-Jan-20:4B
Red River
"Anglers to compete for $321K prize," 02-Aug-20:1A
"B.A.S.S. volunteer not worried about Red River," 02-04-16:1C
"Bayou Bandits plan Big Bass Classic," 02-Jan-13:6C
"Central Open starts today," 02-Aug-22:1C
"Fishing tournament enters final day," 02-04-20:1A
"Floating convenience store fits into mayor's recreational plan," 02-Mar-01:1A
"KTBS-Teeves bass tourney set for Jan. 26," 02-Jan-13:6C
"Missourian claims title," 02-04-21:1C
"President's proposed cuts in water projects not likely to stand," 02-02-23:2B
"Proposal calls for removal of part of Red River levee," 02-Mar-20:2B
"Red River dredging funds iffy," 02-Mar-18:6B
"Red River gets influx of 87,200 largemouth bass figerlings," 02-Nov-10:8C
"Shreveport lands two minority bass tournaments," 02-Aug-04:1A
"Shreveport-Bossier City residents head for the Red," 02-Jul-15:1B
"Threat of terrorism puts fishing on hold," 02-Jan-02:1B
"Tourney begins today," 02-04-18:1C
"Tourney to bring $2.5M to area," 02-04-18:1A
Red River District
"City may ban skaters downtown," 02-Aug-27:1B
"Comedy club joins Red River District," 02-Jun-06:1A
"Comedy go boom!", 02-Aug-13:1D
"Council candidates hold differing views on issue," 02-Oct-30:2A
"Developer John Elkington committed to riverfront," 02-Aug-23:1A
"District drops fee plan," 02-Nov-02:1A
"District limits entry," 02-Sep-29:1A
"District plans a Rockin' New Year's Eve," 02-Dec-31:1B
"Downtown comedy venue set to open," 02-Aug-01:1A
"Downtown scavenger hunt kicks off Monday," 02-Jul-28:1B
"Elkington sets sights on city's renaissance," 02-Nov-10:1I
"Entertainment district celebrates grand opening with music, events," 02-Aug-11:1B
"Entertainment district work progressing," 02-Mar-15:1A
"Funny Bone does high-volume business," 02-Nov-30:1A
"Group to study parking along riverfront area," 02-Oct-30:2A
"Hollywood Casino's 'big screen' to move to new location," 02-Oct-22:6B
"Java Blues coffee shop hits opening note," 02-Jun-13:1A
"Job fair recruits workers for new Red River District," 02-Mar-15:8B
"Laser liquid delights passers-by," 02-Jul-25:1B
"MacArthur's restaurant joins Red River District," 02-Aug-17:6B
"New restaurant opens today in Red River District," 02-Sep-18:6B
"Nightclub opens with flare," 02-Oct-18:1B
"Officials tour entertainment district," 02-Jul-24:1B
"Parking crunch looms for entertainment district," 02-Jan-28:1A
"Projects promise to reshape both shores of Red River," 02-Jan-20:1A
"Red River District adds ice cream parlor as new tenant," 02-Dec-31:6B
"Red River District could aggravate Shreveport police shortage," 02-04-29:1A
"Red River District curbs crowds," 02-Oct-30:1A
"Red River District fee under fire," 02-Oct-29:1A
"Red River District says no to underage drinkers," 02-Oct-18:1A
"Red River District to open with party," 02-Aug-08:1A
"Retro dance club to open," 02-Oct-05:6B
"Riverfront shops, eateries receive finishing touches," 02-May-09:8B
"Rock icon to play Red River District opening," 02-04-16:1A
"Shooting raises safety questions," 02-Sep-04:1A
"Shop opens today in Red River District," 02-Jun-28:8B
"Tex-Mex opens door to Red River District eateries," 02-Jul-07:1I
"Thousands gather for free concert," 02-Aug-18:1B
"Venue celebrates first Christmas family day," 02-Dec-15:1B
"Walk of Stars dedication Saturday," 02-Sep-19:6B
Red River National Wildlife Refuge
"Cabinet official to speak at refuge dedication," 02-Aug-22:1B
"Project awaits public assessment," 02-Jan-31:2A
"Proposals are available for review," 02-Jan-31:1A
"Red River refuge becomes official," 02-Aug-27:1A
Red River Parish
"Boards to review contracts of superintendents," 02-Dec-03:1A
"Businessman says charter school is motive behind Red River board's action," 02-Mar-09:1B
"Charter school plans await Red River," 02-Jun-18:1B
"DA sues School Board, members," 02-Mar-13:1A
"FCC to Red River: Get 911 service," 02-Oct-22:1B
"Judge to hear open meeting lawsuit against School Board," 02-May-14:1A
"Judge: Red River School Board violated the law," 02-Jun-06:1B
"Part of Red River School Board gets law lesson," 02-04-18:3B
"Red River allows GEE failures to walk with classmates," 02-May-24:1A
"Red River board fires superintendent," 02-Mar-07:1A
"Red River board member's attempt to cut pay fizzles," 02-Jun-05:1B
"Red River DA to investigate School Board," 02-Mar-08:1A
"Red River extends school superintendent's contract," 02-Dec-04:1B
"Red River falls to bottom in most rankings," 02-May-03:4A
"Red River High School without a prinicipal," 02-Jul-18:1B
"Red River School Board lawsuit stands; hearing postponed until May," 02-Mar-15:2A
"Red River School Board member dies in collision," 02-Jun-07:1B
"Red River School Board member wants pay cut," 02-Jun-04:1B
"Red River School Board selects principal," 02-Aug-08:3B
"Red River School Board turns down superintendent's recommendation," 02-Oct-17:3B
"Red River school system budget reflects a surplus," 02-Jun-25:3B
"Red River schools superintendent regains her job," 02-Mar-14:1A
"Red River suspends educator," 02-04-22:1B
"Regional issues decided by voters Tuesday," 02-Nov-06:5A
"School uniform policy approved," 02-04-05:1B
"Temporary 9-1-1 service available in Red River Parish," 02-Dec-20:1B
"Three tax renewals on July 20 ballot," 02-Jul-13:2B
"Two deaths affect Red River schools," 02-Jun-08:2B
Red River Revel
"Art is business for Revel craftsman," 02-Oct-03:6B
"Blue skies, Texas blues mark last day," 02-Oct-06:1B
"Deep-fried what?", 02-Oct-02:1D
"Go, see, do," 02-Oct-04:2E
"James Burton joins Christian singer at Revel," 02-Oct-01:3D
"Keith Urban to play this year's Revel," 02-Jul-17:1A
"Ready to Revel," 02-Sep-26:1A
"Red River Revel," 02-Sep-25:SS
"Revel kicks off in downtown Shreveport," 02-Sep-29:1B
"Revel Schedule," 02-Sep-27:14E
"Revel soliciting money for endowment fund," 02-Dec-01:1B
"RRR is a favorite hands down," 02-Oct-06:1D
"Sunny skies expected for Revel finale," 02-Oct-05:1B
Red River Valley Association
"Red River project to receive $32M," 02-Aug-19:1A
Red River Waterway Commission
"Bossier City to ask group for Riverwalk funding," 02-02-20:1B
"Commission to conduct study on proposed riverfront project," 02-02-21:1B
"Riverfront project to get $5M," 02-May-16:1B
"Riverview nears construction stage," 02-Nov-14:1B
Red River Wetlands Coalition
"Time, erosion theaten effort to preserve site," 02-Jul-29:1A
Reliant Energy Arkla
"CenterPoint Energy gets $1.3B loan," 02-Nov-09:8B
"Haughton residents sue Reliant Energy over contamination fears," 02-Jan-24:6B
"Reliant Energy has funds on hand to help pay bills," 02-Aug-10:6B
"Reliant Resources suspends 2 over earnings restatements," 02-04-10:8B
"Reliant spinoff takes a hit," 02-May-14:6B
"Reliant to restore gas connections more quickly," 02-Jan-21:6B
"Reliant to undergo changes," 02-Jul-19:1B
"Report boosts Reliant stock," 02-Jul-26:8B
Roads
"$1M grant to fund park road," 02-02-01:6B
"All roads could lead to economic growth for region," 02-02-22:1A
"Benton Road overpass focus of public forum," 02-04-09:1B
"Benton Road overpass plan changes," 02-Sep-02:1A
"Bossier City's famous 'Strip' evolves from night to day" [Highway 80], 02-Aug-14:1D
"Bossier's 1995 sales tax keeps road repairs on track," 02-Jul-25:1A
"Bridge closure upsets residents in area," 02-Jun-13:1B
"Community meeting touches on road work, I-49 extension," 02-Mar-22:1B
"Doing 80" [Highway 80], 02-Jul-07:1D, 02-Aug-25:1D
"Fern Ave. extension opens in south Shreveport," 02-Dec-20:1A
"Funding sought for corridor," 02-Jun-10:1B
"Happiness can be found on Highway 80 in Dixie Inn," 02-Jul-17:1D
"Highway 80 is 'just an ol' country road'", 02-Jul-24:1D
"Highway 80 set to get new bridges," 02-02-03:1B
"Highway construction touted as economy booster," 02-02-10:1A
"Hit the road for the U.S. 80 Hi-Way Sale," 02-Oct-13:1D
"Hubcaps and Highway 80 are a natural duo," 02-Aug-07:1D
"La. to lose one-fourth of federal highway funds," 02-02-07:1A
"Lights will help traffic," 02-04-24:1B
"Locals to join Texas for U.S. 80 promotion," 02-Sep-13:1A
"Old Minden Road widening project ahead of schedule," 02-Sep-25:1B
"Planned overpass will aid motorists, disrupt businesses," 02-02-18:1B
"Projects to widen Traffic St.", 02-Nov-29:1B
"Residents push for Southern Loop extension," 02-Nov-17:1A
"Road work inconveniences some Bossier City residents," 02-04-25:1B
"Roads project finishes ahead of schedule," 02-Sep-16:1B
"Roads projects zero in on convenience, growth," 02-Mar-04:1A
"State grants to help fund road work, repair," 02-Jan-25:1B
"Sunflower Missionary Baptist is an 80 mainstay," 02-Jul-31:1D
"Timing key in La. highway program," 02-May-17:1A
"U.S. 171 work ahead of schedule," 02-Dec-03:1B
"Widening of state Highway 1 progresses," 02-Nov-30:1B
"Work to replace 2 bridges is way ahead of schedule," 02-Sep-09:1B
Robinson, Eddie
"Eddie Robinson Foundation to provide mentoring, tutoring at two local schools," 02-Aug-07:3B
Rotary International
"Event to honor president of Rotary International," 02-Jul-05:2B

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Sabine River Authority
"Answer sought on Sabine Lake level," 02-Jul-13:1A
"DA to pursue claim over meeting," 02-Dec-13:1B
"Experts still battle spread of aquatic weed," 02-Aug-05:1B
"Open-meeting complaint filed against river authority," 02-Jul-29:3B
"Sabine chamber OKs SRA review," 02-02-24:5B
"Sabine groups still divided over SRA," 02-Jan-21:1B
"Sabine River Authority increases water rates," 02-02-28:3B
"Sabine River Authority money woes near critical," 02-Nov-03:1A
"SRA executive director announces resignation from panel," 02-Dec-14:1B
"SRA of Louisiana moves forward with minimum lake level," 02-May-25:1B
"SRA rescinds decision," 02-Jun-27:1B
"SRA seeks help with finances," 02-Dec-12:1B
"SRA survey may alter shoreline properties," 02-Jan-21:1A
"SRA to move forward with leaseback violations in DeSoto," 02-04-26:3B
Sci-Port Discovery Center
"Carnival spices up science class," 02-Nov-12:1B
"Chimp movie coming to Sci-Port," 02-Nov-12:1B
"Sci-Port draws girls to math, the sciences," 02-Mar-24:2B
"Sci-Port ends Engineer Week with family day," 02-02-24:1B
"Sci-Port explores the science of love," 02-02-09:4D
"Sci-Port opens new exhibit, drops prices," 02-Sep-27:1B
"Sci-Port schedules bird workshops," 02-Jan-13:6C
"Sci-Port seeks funds from Bossier City," 02-02-13:1B
"Sci-Port show features climber Joby Ogwyn," 02-Sep-14:4D
"Sea life, birds take control at Sci-Port, 02-Jan-09:3D
Scottish Rite Temple
"Scottish Rite Temple wants you," 02-May-28:5B
Shreve Memorial Library
"Ground set to be broken for library," 02-Mar-21:1B
"Library looks into expansion," 02-Oct-13:1b
"Library seeking 10 summer interns," 02-May-05:1B
"Library to break ground on branch," 02-Jun-19:1B
"Library to hold special program," 02-Jan-08:1B
"Literary exhibit arrives in area," 02-Jul-15:1B
"Reading program emphasizes family," 02-Sep-19:1B
"Shreve Memorial announces music event," 02-Nov-05:3D
"Shreveport library group to raise money," 02-04-17:2B
Shreveport-Airport Authority
"Air travel struggles to regain passengers' trust, dollars," 02-02-22:8B
Shreveport-Bossier African-American Chamber of Commerce
"African-American Chamber's new leadership maps course for growth," 02-Jan-22:1A
"Fair Share program raises local concerns," 02-Jan-27:1B
"Struggle for power cuts group's efforts," 02-Aug-19:1A
Shreveport-Bossier Community Renewal
"Local foundation gets good news," 02-Mar-22:1A
Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau
"Area tourism efforts could hit 'home run'", 02-Oct-18:8B
"City, tourism bureau to face off," 02-Dec-09:1B
"Downtown scavenger hunt kicks off Monday," 02-Jul-28:1B
"Hit the road for the U.S. 80 Hi-Way Sale," 02-Oct-13:1D
"Locals hail success of special gathering," 02-Sep-13:2A
Shreveport-Bossier Economy
"1,500 new jobs reported," 02-Dec-24:6B
"236 manufacturing jobs at risk," 02-Oct-26:1A
"All roads could lead to economic growth for region," 02-02-22:1A
"Alltel wireless arrives," 02-Sep-14:6B
"American dream is within reach of more," 02-04-28:1I
"Area employers tested by 2001 recession," 02-Aug-11:1I
"Area loses 5,300 jobs over year," 02-Mar-02:6B
"BellSouth adds 70 local jobs," 02-Jul-11:1A
"BellSouth call center to close," 02-02-06:1A
"Bossier City economy signals strength," 02-Aug-25:1I
"Business park signs first tenant," 02-02-16:6B
"Call center closings anger commissioner," 02-02-12:1A
"Casino growth still strong despite weak economy," 02-May-11:6B
"CenturyTel to expand call center," 02-Jan-19:6B
"Changes by area," 02-Jan-26:8B
"Changing industry puts BellSouth jobs on the line," 02-Mar-31:1I
"Cities battle for new business, or do they," 02-Jun-09:1I
"Commercial construction hits lull," 02-04-25:6B
"Construction industry faces shortage of labor," 02-04-05:8B
"Continental Express projects work force of 300 to 400," 02-May-23:10B
"Despite woes, retail keeps economic development alive" [statistics], 02-02-13:2A
"Developers plan shopping centers," 02-Nov-27:1A
"Drug firm may boost economy," 02-Jun-24:1A
"Eastgate focuses on the future," 02-Jul-21:1I
"Economic development conference scheduled," 02-May-20:5B
"Economic downturn in 2001 leaves mark on area retailers," 02-02-25:6B
"Economy affects college job fairs," 02-Oct-11:10B
"Economy in recovery?" [statistics], 02-Dec-01:1I
"Economy sends mixed signals," 02-May-26:1I
"Fast-food competition turns furious," 02-Oct-13:1I
"Fewer new jobs created," 02-May-25:6B
"Focus: The local economy," 02-Jan-27:1I, 02-02-10:1I, 02-02-24:1I, 02-Mar-03:1I, 02-Mar-10:1I, 02-Mar-24:1I,
02-04-21:1I, 02-May-26:1I, 02-Jun-09:1I, 02-Jun-30:1I, 02-Jul-14:1I, 02-Jul-28:1I, 02-Aug-04:1I, 02-Aug-11:1I,
02-Sep-15:1I, 02-Sep-22:1I, 02-Oct-06:1I, 02-Oct-13:1I, 02-Oct-20:1I, 02-Oct-27:1I, 02-Nov-03:1I,
02-Nov-10:1I, 02-Nov-17:1I, 02-Nov-24:1I, 02-Dec-01:1I, 02-Dec-15:1I
"Frost Industries to hire 55," 02-Mar-22:8B
"GM delays retooling," 02-Jan-09:1A
"Golf course, subdivision planned in Bossier," 02-Aug-14:1B
"Homebuilders project boost from GM suppliers," 02-Jul-25:6B
"Indicators paint picture of struggling economy," 02-02-24:1A
"InterTech firm to create more jobs, revenue," 02-Oct-16:8B
"Isle of Capri lays off 25 employees," 02-Sep-13:8B
"Local economy 'on the fence' in 1st quarter," 02-May-26:1A
"Local economy posts gains," 02-02-24:1I
"Local economy sees ups, downs," 02-Jan-01:1A
"Local Libbey plant wins 160 jobs," 02-Oct-09:8B
"Local rebound expected following year of layoffs:, 02-Oct-12:6B
"Local restaurant industry dishes up new offerings," 02-Mar-03:1I
"Low interest rate boost jobs at dealerships, mortgage brokerages," 02-Sep-14:6B
"Low interest rates spur residential construction," 02-Jan-04:8B
"Luxury apartment demand fuels flurry of construction," 02-Sep-18:1A
"Marketing campaign draws shoppers to South Park Mall," 02-Nov-21:6B
"More homes, businesses being built in '02," 02-Jul-29:6B
"More jobs expected as economy recovers," 02-Jan-03:6B
"National, local home sales set record," 02-Jan-29:1A
"New GM supplier to bring 200 jobs," 02-Aug-28:1A
"New homes to be built near LSUS," 02-Mar-23:6B
"New projects set for Inner Loop area," 02-04-11:6B
"Official to try to delay BellSouth closings," 02-02-27:8B
"Our economy, then and now," 02-Jan-02:6B
"Owen thwarted in efforts to save call-center jobs," 02-Mar-22:8B
"Pulling the plug on power," 02-Nov-17:1I
"Red River Pharma plans to hire range of workers," 02-Oct-17:8B
"Restaurant chain eyes more sites," 02-Jan-21:6B
"Retail now losing luster that fueled growth in 2001" [statistics], 02-Jan-01:8B
"Retailers to open doors in southeast Shreveport," 02-Dec-05:6B
"River rivals in chase to lure economic gold," 02-Jun-09:1A
"Service Merchandise stores to close," 02-Jan-05:1A
"Shopping center still expanding," 02-Oct-15:6B
"Shreve City inks deal with China market," 02-Nov-19:1A
"Shreveport, Bossier City expect flat sales figures," 02-Dec-19-1A
"Skilled laborers out of work," 02-Jul-18:1A
"South Park Mall wins theater, loses flea market," 02-Jun-05:8B
"Store closings offer opportunity," 02-02-13:1A
"Supplier may get property," 02-May-16:1A
"Top 100," 02-Aug-18:1F
"Towne Oaks Square unveils newest additions," 02-Nov-16:8B
"Toys R Us to close store in Shreveport," 02-02-01:1A
"University Place shopping Center sees rise in relocating businesses," 02-May-10:8B
"Yachtbuilding plant may lure more business to area port," 02-Jul-30:6B
Shreveport-Bossier Environment
"Anti-litter campaign to launch attack on fliers," 02-02-17:1B
"Bossier crews handle chemical leaks at plant," 02-02-22:3B
"Cities may turn to Shreveport model for waste savings," 02-Jan-18:2B
"City mows patriotic wildflowers," 02-04-13:1A
"City starts 'greenbelt' project," 02-02-20:1B
"City to unveil cleanuup plan," 02-Mar-11:1A
"Compost giveaway to be hold Saturday," 02-04-05:1B
"DEQ clears most of Anderson Island area from further testing," 02-Mar-13:2B
"Events, garden memorialize 9-11," 02-Jun-12:1B
"Ex-auto dealer site polluted," 02-Jun-26:1A
"Group to plant U.S. flag in petunias," 02-May-18:1B
"Haughton residents sue Reliant Energy over contamination fears," 02-Jan-24:6B
"Mass fish kill under investigation," 02-Aug-31:1B
"Registration for Shreveport Green under way for cleanup," 02-Mar-15:1B
"Residents battle for clean air," 02-Jan-24:6B
"ShrevCORPS graduates complete 18,000 hours of community service," 02-Jul-27:1B
"Shreveport Green asks city to help clean up," 02-Mar-20:1B
"Shreveport Green program helps homeowners beautify," 02-Sep-24:1B
"Shreveport Green to sponsor tree sale," 02-Mar-07:3B
"Shreveport on environmental hit list," 02-Aug-07:2B
"Shreveport vows to 'Fight Dirty'", 02-Jan-17:1B
"Tree sale a hit among locals," 02-Mar-10:1B
"Volunteers collect nearly 148 tons of trash," 02-Mar-24:1B
"Volunteers plant 2,400 new trees," 02-02-24:1B
"Volunteers still sought for cleanup day in Bossier City," 02-Mar-28:2B
Shreveport-Chamber of Commerce
"Bank executive to lead Shreveport chamber," 02-Jan-29:6B
"Chamber board questions officials," 02-Jul-12:1A
"Chamber salutes entrepreneurs," 02-May-22:6B
"Chambers join forces for region," 02-02-15:8B
"City vies for 500 new jobs," 02-Dec-24:1A
"Community task force runs into problems," 02-Aug-30:1A
"Joyce, Kessler to receive honors," 02-Jan-14:6B
"Kessler stays in the fast lane," 02-Jan-31:6B
"LABI pitches phaseout of business taxes," 02-Mar-08:8B
"Walk of Stars enjoys formal dedication," 02-Sep-22:1B
Shreveport-City Council
"Albertson's, city officials optimistic about new store," 02-Nov-09:1A
"Baseball back in town," 02-Oct-25:1C
"Board OKs truck stop application," 02-Jan-10:1B
"Bossier City keeps watch on strip club issue," 02-Nov-11:1A
"Broadmoor Baptist Church land deal up in the air," 02-Jun-26:1A
"Broadmoor church must decide next step," 02-Jul-14:1A
"Broadmoor meeting attracts crowd," 02-Jun-19:1A
"Broadmoor street closing at center of council decision," 02-Jun-10:1A
"Budget may stall City Council," 02-Dec-10:1B
"Budget meetings under way," 02-Nov-14:1B
"Church seeks deal," 02-Jun-22:1A
"City Council likely to defer on Holmes donation vote," 02-Mar-26:3B
"City Council map proposals are online," 02-04-06:1B
"City Council may vote on truck stop today," 02-Jan-22:1B
"City Council says no," 02-Jul-10:1A
"City Council to ponder truck stop," 02-Jan-18:3B
"City Council to revisit fee waivers," 02-Dec-24:1B
"City Council to vote on strip club issue today," 02-Nov-12:1A
"City kills tougher strip club rules," 02-Nov-13:1A
"City may ban skaters downtown," 02-Aug-27:1B
"City may have to dig deep to keep Lakeside afloat," 02-Dec-09:1A
"City remap shifts racially," 02-May-08:1A
"City to close two neighborhood railroad crossings," 02-Jan-07:1B
"City, tourism bureau to face off," 02-Dec-09:1B
"Coke, land donation on city agenda," 02-02-25:1B
"Controversial votes dog Carmody," 02-Jul-15:1A
"Conviction tangles possible candidacy," 02-Mar-21:1A
"Council closes in on potential voting maps," 02-Mar-18:1B
"Council committee looks at existing adult business laws," 02-Dec-20:2A
"Council debates truck stop," 02-Jan-09:1B
"Council defers strip club decision for two weeks," 02-Oct-23:3B
"Council delays vote to amend a city law," 02-Oct-09:1B
"Council drops remap recall," 02-May-15:1A
"Council endorses sales tax," 02-May-29:1B
"Council gains 3 new faces," 02-Oct-06:4A
"Council holds hearings on redistricting," 02-Jan-31:1B
"Council looks to pass ordinance," 02-Oct-21:1B
"Council may probe pay raises," 02-Dec-30:1B
"Council may raise Clyde Fant speed limit," 02-Oct-07:1A
"Council may take on strip club law," 02-Oct-22:1B
"Council OKs hotel trust," 02-04-10:1A
"Council postpones land donation decision," 02-Mar-13:2B
"Council set to vote on Broadmoor street closure," 02-Jul-09:1A
"Council to debate districts," 02-Jan-30:1B
"Council to hear more details on land donation," 02-Mar-11:1B
"Council to look into Coke contract today," 02-02-12:1B
"Council to wait on strip club law change," 02-Oct-08:1B
"Council turns down truck stop," 02-Jan-23:1B
"Council votes yes to pay raise," 02-Dec-31:3B
"Councilman Lester faces more questions," 02-Dec-23:1B
"Deadline for voting maps draws near" [redistricting], 02-May-06:1B
"Dealership to donate land to city," 02-02-23:1B
"Decision near on strip clubs," 02-Nov-10:1A
"Deja Vu files appeal," 02-Dec-24:1A
"Deja Vu opening blocked," 02-Dec-20:1A
"Deja Vu plans response to ruling," 02-Dec-21:1A
"Deja Vu: Battle on the riverfront," 02-May-19:1A
"District A voting lines on agenda," 02-Mar-04:1B
"Downtown bar earns board approval," 02-Aug-15:1A
"Fair Share report expected," 02-02-04:1B
"Fall election could boost Shreveport's downtown development projects," 02-Jun-25:2B
"Fall elections may be in jeopardy," 02-Jul-26:1A
"Fate of truck stop uncertain," 02-02-11:1B
"Final round of public trust debate expected today," 02-04-09:3B
"Gated communities raise questions about access," 02-04-08:1A
"Hotel public trust vote expected on Tuesday," 02-04-08:1B
"Inner city is focus of council," 02-02-27:1B
"Issue of sexually oriented businesses may resurface soon," 02-Nov-18:1A
"Jail ground-breaking expected in early 2003," 02-Dec-15:2A
"Jail lawsuits threaten budget," 02-Nov-20:1A
"Judge to consider Deja Vu strip club issue," 02-Dec-16:1A
"Lester's residency a non-issue," 02-Dec-06:1B
"Local business operators wait, keep eye on council's decisions," 02-Nov-10:2A
"Mayor Hightower lays out goals," 02-Nov-27:1B
"Meeting to focus on District G lines," 02-Mar-15:1B
"New faces, big challenge," 02-Nov-25:1A
"Numbers center of Fair Share debate," 02-Mar-01:1A
"Official questions donation," 02-02-26:1B
"Officials OK Broadmoor compromise," 02-Jun-25:1A
"Opponents of street closure make final appeal to council," 02-Jul-04:5B
"Outgoing council fights to the end," 02-Nov-13:2A
"Outgoing council OKs fee increase," 02-Nov-27:1A
"Panel bans downtown skating," 02-Aug-28:1B
"Pastor proposes $4M convenience store," 02-Jun-12:1B
"Plans for unique new playground well under way," 02-Jan-06:1B
"Racial makeup remains same," 02-Nov-06:4A
"Remap faces recall," 02-May-14:1A
"Remap process continues," 02-02-19:1B
"Residents may see increase in water bill," 02-Nov-12:3B
"Residents offer suggestions at meeting on District A," 02-Mar-06:1B
"Residents protest strip club," 02-04-22:1A
"Retailers miss liquor renewals," 02-Dec-22:1B
"Riverview nears construction stage," 02-Nov-14:1B
"Roy Burrell named council chairman," 02-May-30:1B
"Shreveport changes its liquor license rules," 02-Aug-21:3B
"Shreveport City Council considers pay raise," 02-Mar-27:3B
"Shreveport City Council meets today," 02-Jul-22:1B
"Shreveport City Council posts redistricting plans online," 02-Mar-28:2B
"Shreveport council decides to re-examine street closure," 02-02-13:5B
"Shreveport council hears debate on new strip club laws," 02-Sep-25:1A
"Shreveport council ponders tightening strip club laws," 02-Sep-24:1A
"Shreveport OKs $350M 2003 budget," 02-Dec-11:1A
"Shreveport OKs pay raise for mayor, council members," 02-May-15:1B
"Shreveport sets final redistricting meeting," 02-May-05:1B
"State Supreme Court rejects Shyne's appeal," 02-Sep-12:3B
"State to keep watch over District F race," 02-Aug-29:2A
"Strip club is allowed to proceed," 02-Dec-28:1A
"Strip club opponents call for council action," 02-04-24:1A
"Strip club opponents file motion," 02-Jul-24:1B
"Strip club, street closing top City Council meeting," 02-Jul-08:1A
"Tax revenue dip forces city cutbacks," 02-May-25:1A
"Tight races prompt recounts," 02-Oct-08:1A
"Truck stop vote may be delayed," 02-Jan-19:1B
"Voters at odds over district lines," 02-02-12:1A
"Water bills, department to change," 02-Dec-02:1B
Shreveport-City Government
"Accidents happen, suits abound," 02-Jun-11:1A
"Area program works on its audit problems," 02-Aug-31:1B
"Audit could expand," 02-Sep-28:1A
"Auditors seek legal answer on Fair Share," 02-Jan-15:1A
"Cities rely on local law firms for defense," 02-Jun-09:10A
"City buys land for new jail," 02-Dec-15:1A
"City holds out hope for Chinese venture," 02-02-28:8B
"City holds out hope for golf course," 02-Oct-24:1B
"City looks at looser loan rules," 02-Oct-28:1A
"City project faces audit," 02-Sep-19:1A
"City talks with new contractor," 02-Jul-18:1A
"City will settle jail suit for $4.9M," 02-Nov-25:1A
"City working to manage hotel," 02-04-03:1A
"City wrestles with insurance issue," 02-Jan-17:1B
"City's water bill woes resurface," 02-Mar-27:1A
"Convention Center project entangled in legal woes," 02-Nov-26:1A
"Discrepancies, errors weaken purchasing plan," 02-Jul-28:1A
"Economy affects city pension," 02-Oct-19:1B
"Effect of Whitaker bankruptcy spreads," 02-Oct-25:1A
"Finances threaten firm's role in project," 02-Jul-04:1A
"Landowner loses fight with city," 02-Jan-08:1B
"Legal claims cost taxpayers millions," 02-Jun-09:1A
"New MLK statue nears completion," 02-Mar-07:1B
"Report: City posts gains with Fair Share," 02-02-28:1A
"Sales tax deficit hurts city budget," 02-May-29:1A
"Settlement carves sizable chunk from city coffers," 02-Nov-26:1A
"Sometimes it's better to pay than fight," 02-Jun-11:2A
"Stadium charges disputed," 02-May-23:1A
"Subcontractors name city in suit," 02-Dec-22:1A
"Suits allege city negligence," 02-Jun-10:1A
"Whitaker Co. gets new role," 02-Jul-17:1A
"Whitaker financial worries continue," 02-Jul-11:1A
Shreveport-Convention Center
"City project faces audit," 02-Sep-19:1A
"City talks with new contractor," 02-Jul-18:1A
"Construction manager demands more cash," 02-May-01:1A
"Convention Center details under review," 02-Jul-20:1A
"Convention Center project entangled in legal woes," 02-Nov-26:1A
"Delays vex city project," 02-02-28:1A
"Federal court sides with Shreveport in land deal," 02-Dec-27:1B
"Hightower reports on convention center," 02-Dec-31:1A
"Oft-delayed project may get under way in July," 02-Jun-02:1A
"Whitaker financial worries continue," 02-Jul-11:1A
Shreveport-Convention Center Hotel Authority
"Council OKs hotel trust," 02-04-10:1A
Shreveport-Downtown Airport
"Opinions differ on security issue at Downtown Airport," 02-Jan-08:1A
Shreveport-Downtown Development Authority
"Alternative site sought for shelter," 02-02-26:1A
"DDA gives $10,000 to I-49 coalition," 02-02-06:1B
"DDA inks deal for ArtSpace," 02-Aug-03:1A
"Downtown bar earns board approval," 02-Aug-15:1A
"Downtown builds on arts, entertainment," 02-Oct-06:1I
"Downtown scavenger hunt kicks off Monday," 02-Jul-28:1B
"Group attempts to woo School Board downtown," 02-02-24:1B
"New recording studio addition to area's developing arts district," 02-Aug-01:6B
"Parking spaces to grow," 02-Dec-25:1A
"Private company to run local popular dinner trolley," 02-Jan-10:6B
"Push to reschedule DDA funding continues," 02-Jan-09:3B
"Rescue mission site set," 02-Mar-20:1A
Shreveport-Fire Dept.
"Allegations of discrimination rise against Shreveport Fire Dept.", 02-Jan-29:2A
"Baltimore looks at fire chief," 02-02-15:1A
"Baltimore postpones decision," 02-02-16:1B
"Chief wins gumbo cook-off," 02-May-11:1B
"City fire chief to address group," 02-02-04:1B
"Civic group honors Shreveport firefighter," 02-Mar-16:3B
"Civil service board rescinds paramedic's discipline," 02-Jan-10:1B
"Discrimination concerns plague Shreveport Fire Department," 02-02-04:1A
"Drill puts emergency teams to test," 02-Oct-10:1B
"Emergency call volume earns Shreveport Fire Department high marks," 02-Jun-22:3B
"Fire chief announces personnel moves," 02-Jan-26:2B
"Fire chief announces several staff changes," 02-Mar-20:2B
"Fire chief defends diversity efforts," 02-02-06:1B
"Fire chief not going to Baltimore," 02-02-20:1B
"Fire chief's degree proposal facing some heat," 02-02-04:3A
"Fire Department honors local heroes," 02-Dec-05:1A
"Fire Department honors police officers," 02-Oct-08:2B
"Fire Department lists retirements, promotions," 02-02-04:4B
"Fire Department loses effort to hire older applicants," 02-Mar-25:1A
"Fire Department recognizes youths for saving friend's life," 02-Jul-31:1B
"Fire Department stations to hold open house," 02-May-29:3B
"Firefighter recruit injured during exercise," 02-04-26:2B
"Firefighters get fit," 02-02-01:1D
"Firefighters honored for heroic actions," 02-Jan-23:3B
"Firehouse cooks," 02-Jun-12:1D
"Foundation of faith provided strength for local firefighter," 02-Sep-06:4A
"New projects to change face of Fire Department and EMS," 02-02-27:3B
"Poll says firefighters, police due for pay raise," 02-Oct-29:1A
"Sales tax proposal may be obstacle to police pay raise," 02-Jul-23:1A
"SFD wins federal anti-terrorism grant," 02-04-20:2A
"Shreveport Fire Department named in discrimination suit," 02-Jan-26:3A
"Shreveport Fire Department releases 9/11 tribute CD," 02-Sep-06:4A
"Shreveport firefighter will appear on 'Regis'", 02-02-16:1A
"Shreveport firefighters promoted; one retires," 02-02-28:2B
"Shreveport teens to receive humanitarian award," 02-Jul-28:2B
"Three Shreveport firefighters promoted," 02-Jun-18:1B
"Woman's heroic act recognized," 02-Sep-11:1B
Shreveport-Gilbert and Sullivan Society
"Auditions announced for 'Penzence' operetta," 02-Nov-14:2D
"Auditions set for 'Sorcerer'", 02-Jan-01:2D
"G&S 'King and I' is good," 02-Sep-21:4D
"G&S 'Sorcerer' proves to be a tuneful show," 02-Mar-15:5B
"G&S casts 'Sorcerer'", 02-02-26:3D
"G&S group announces 'King and I' auditions," 02-Jun-18:3D
"G&S Society readies a classic musical," 02-Sep-17:2D
"Gilbert & Sullivan casts 'King and I'", 02-Sep-10:2D
"Theatre group sets second audition," 02-Jan-09:3D
Shreveport-Housing Authority
"Fair gives public housing residents access to social services information," 02-Jan-10:3B
Shreveport-Little Theatre
"'Always, Patsy Cline'", 02-Jun-18:1D
"'Smoke' a must-see," 02-Sep-07:4D
"'View from the Bridge' is good," 02-Nov-09:3D
"2 one-act plays ready for SLT," 02-Jan-08:2D
"Little Theatre breaks ground on new project," 02-Aug-01:3B
"Little Theatre casts 'Patsy Cline'", 02-Jun-05:4D
"Little Theatre casts 'Smoke on the Mountain," 02-Aug-20:2D
"Little Theatre extends 'Patsy Cline' again," 02-Jul-09:3D
"Little Theatre extends run of 'Daddy' comedy," 02-May-14:3D
"Little Theatre ready with 'No Sex Please'", 02-Mar-05:2D
"Little Theatre sets 'No Sex' tryouts," 02-Jan-15:3D
"Little Theatre's 'Daddy's Dyin' thick on corn," 02-May-03:5B
"SLT adds more 'Mountain' dates," 02-Sep-17:3D
"SLT announces new season," 02-04-02:3D
"SLT casts 'Lone Star, Laundry and Bourbon'", 02-Jan-01:2D
"SLT casts 'No Sex Please'", 02-02-12:3D
"SLT closes season with 'Daddy's Dyin'", 02-04-30:3D
"SLT extends 'Patsy Cline' musical," 02-Jun-25:3D
"SLT names 'Daddy's Dyin' (Who's Got the Will?)' cast," 02-04-16:2D
"SLT replaces 'Proff' with 'Cuckoo's Nest'", 02-Dec-31:2D
"SLT sets additional audition," 02-Nov-25:1B
"SLT sets comedy auditions," 02-Mar-12:2D
"SLT sets groundbreaking event," 02-Jul-30:2D
"SLT sets tryouts for 'View from the Bridge'", 02-Aug-20:3D
"SLT taking 'A View from the Bridge'", 02-Nov-05:3D
"SLT will present awards," 02-May-04:4D
"SLT's 'Lone Star, Bourbon' are good outings," 02-Jan-12:4D
"SLT's 'No Sex' a competent farce," 02-Mar-09:4D
"SLT's 'Patsy Cline' has potential," 02-Jun-22:4D
Shreveport-Metropolitan Ballet
"Ballet group names new staff member," 02-02-27:4D
"Ballet group plans 'Nutcracker' contest," 02-Jul-16:2D
"Ballet students earn spots at prestigious summer programs," 02-May-14:3D
"Local 'Nutcracker' opens this weekend," 02-Dec-10:3D
"Local ballet company announces season," 02-Mar-29:3D
"Shreveport Ballet delivers a stunning 'Nutcracker'", 02-Dec-15:3B
Shreveport-Metropolitan Planning Commission
"Board OKs truck stop application," 02-Jan-10:1B
"Board upholds strip club decision," 02-Jun-13:1A
"Broadmoor street closing at center of council decision," 02-Jun-10:1A
"City panel defers vote on Kings Highway plan," 02-Jan-24:1B
"Council to hear more details on land donation," 02-Mar-11:1B
"Group plans downtown strip club," 02-Mar-28:1A
"Kings Highway project to go before panel today," 02-Jan-23:1B
"Panel approves closure," 02-Jun-06:1B
"Residents fight truck stop," 02-Nov-07:1A
"Strip club appeal hearing set June 12," 02-May-22:1B
"Strip club foes file formal appeal," 02-May-17:1A
"Strip club opponents begin to organize," 02-04-09:1B
"Strip club opponents to stage protests," 02-04-16:1A
"Zoning board may hear appeal of strip club foes," 02-May-21:1A
Shreveport-Opera
"'Susannah' to take stage Saturday," 02-Jan-22:3D
"Opera Guild to have Mardi Gras-themed party," 02-Jan-30:1D
"Opera season varies menu of classics," 02-Jun-11:3D
"Opera's 'Pagliacci' a success," 02-Nov-03:4B
"Shreveport Opera Express sets fund-raiser for Sunday," 02-Sep-20:2D
"Shreveport Opera receives grant," 02-Jul-02:2D
"Shreveport Opera to stage 'The Magic Flute'", 02-Mar-05:2D
"Shreveport Opera's 'Magic Flute' a hit with Civic Theater audience," 02-Mar-11:5B
"Shreveport Opera's 'Susannah' OK," 02-Jan-27:5B
"Tickets now on sale for opera's 'Susannah'", 02-Jan-16:4D
Shreveport-Police Dept.
"9-year-old becomes officer for a day," 02-Jul-09:1B
"Academy helps with manpower," 02-02-05:1B
"Attorney: Negligence lawsuit bolstered," 02-02-24:1B
"Budget falls short for parade pay," 02-02-17:1B
"City gears up for new jail construction," 02-Sep-05:2B
"College requirement considered for police corporals," 02-04-12:1A
"Department seeks officers and jailers," 02-Jul-31:3B
"Federal jury finds fatal shooting was reasonable," 02-02-22:1A
"Juvenile crime rate down," 02-May-04:1A
"Military call-ups could sap manpower from law agencies," 02-Nov-21:1A
"Parish, city start new booking system," 02-Jun-23:5B
"Police aim to fill academy class," 02-02-25:1A
"Police chief honors officers for heroism," 02-Aug-28:3B
"Police Department promotes first woman captain," 02-May-02:1A
"Police Department promotets 12," 02-Sep-05:2B
"Police look to bolster staff," 02-Jan-30:3B
"Police Pastors Program marks two years," 02-Aug-17:1B
"Police take-home patrol car policy questioned," 02-02-14:1B
"Police, sheriff team up," 02-Aug-08:1B
"Poll says firefighters, police due for pay raise," 02-Oct-29:1A
"Registration begins for three youth camps," 02-Jul-24:3B
"Ripple effects," 02-Sep-05:1A
"Sales tax proposal may be obstacle to police pay raise," 02-Jul-23:1A
"Secret military training set for Shreveport area," 02-02-26:1A
"Shreveport detective named state's Top Cop," 02-Sep-16:1B
"Shreveport officers to receive honors," 02-Aug-27:3B
"Shreveport Police Dept. fires officer," 02-02-20:3B
"Shreveport's vice unit experiences shortage," 02-Aug-18:3A
"Special Olympians visit SPD," 02-04-05:1B
"Training teaches non-lethal force," 02-Jun-13:1B
Shreveport-Redistricting
"Fall elections may be in jeopardy," 02-Jul-26:1A
Shreveport-Regional Airport
"Ailing airport security system causing problems," 02-Jan-19:1A
"Air passengers becoming lax," 02-04-16:1A
"Air security measures increase," 02-Jan-17:1A
"Air traffic recovers slowly in Shreveport," 02-Dec-29:7I
"Aircraft display marks airport's 50 years," 02-Jul-06:1B
"Airlines seek holiday lift," 02-Nov-14:1A
"Airport officials seek security officers," 02-Jan-18:1A
"Airport revisits security process," 02-May-30:1A
"Airport screeners go federal," 02-Oct-09:1B
"Airport to mark its 50th anniversary," 02-Jul-04:1A
"American Eagle seeks more passengers in Shreveport," 02-Jan-30:6B
"At 50, Shreveport Regional pumps $311M into area," 02-Jul-04:8B
"B-17 rides available at Shreveport Regional," 02-Jun-01:3B
"Bomber display attracts families," 02-Jun-10:1B
"Delta plans to discontinue local large jet service," 02-Nov-14:1A
"Disaster drill planned for Shreveport airport," 02-Mar-29:2B
"Drill tests agencies' response," 02-04-04:1B
"Flight schedules limit business travelers," 02-May-12:1I
"Local airport rebounding from effect of terrorist attacks," 02-Sep-07:4A
"Louisiana airports to split $1.7 million," 02-Mar-23:1B
"Measures costly but vital for area," 02-Sep-07:4A
"National Guard to end security at Shreveport Regional Airport," 02-04-27:1B
"Neighborhood buyout is noise study focus," 02-Jul-24:1A
"New airport security measures pose no problems so far locally," 02-Jan-19:1B
"Noise study takes off at Shreveport Regional Airport," 02-04-02:1A
"Official: Air passengers will barely notice federal security measures," 02-02-19:1B
"Officials: New airport security will be up by Dec. 31," 02-Nov-19:1B
"Price tag put on freedom," 02-Sep-07:1A
"Residents are all ears on airport noise study," 02-Mar-27:1B
"Rhino Aviation lands in Shreveport," 02-Jul-17:8B
"Shreveport Regional expects high traffic," 02-Nov-28:1B
"Shreveport Regional lifts its parking restrictions," 02-Dec-10:1A
"Unclaimed briefcase forces airport evacuation," 02-Mar-13:1B
"Vintage airplanes will help airport celebrate its 50th anniversary," 02-May-29:6B
Shreveport-Regional Sports Authority
"Shreveport awarded state USTA tournaments," 02-02-02:2C
"Shreveport lands national triathlon," 02-Jul-04:1C
Shreveport-Swamp Dragons
"Baseball back in town," 02-Oct-25:1C
"Baseball game to have Canada Day celebration," 02-Jun-30:1B
"Central League has eyes on Shreveport," 02-04-26:1C
"Dragons developing talented young pitchers," 02-04-26:1C
"Dragons limp from a bust to boomtown," 02-Jul-01:1C
"Dragons, TL open '02 today," 02-04-04:1C
"Exit the Dragons," 02-Aug-31:1A
"Future cloudy for stadium," 02-Jul-13:1A
"Local baseball strikes out," 02-Jul-04:11A
"Locker rooms bring teams closer," 02-Jun-25:1C
"Shreveport's pro baseball team marks final days," 02-Aug-26:1A
"Swamp Dragons enter last year in Shreveport," 02-04-13:1A
Shreveport-Symphony
"'Broadway Nights' popular with audience," 02-02-17:6B
"'Broadway Nights' wows audience," 02-Nov-24:3B
"Agreement keeps symphony playing," 02-Jul-11:1A
"Entertainment on a grand scale," 02-02-01:12E
"Evening offers dinner, chance to chat with symphony stars," 02-04-29:1D
"Local 'Nutcracker' opens this weekend," 02-Dec-10:3D
"Magic for Music," 02-Mar-19:1D
"Melodic glow," 02-Oct-08:1D
"Musicians' contracts up for rebid," 02-04-10:8D
"Noted violinist to play here," 02-04-10:1D
"Rhythmic outreach," 02-04-16:1D
"Show tunes reign in 'Broadway Nights'", 02-02-12:2D
"Shreveport Symphony announces 2002-2003 season programs," 02-Aug-06:3D
"Shreveport Symphony hires executive director," 02-Aug-20:1D
"Symphony books magic fund-raiser," 02-02-28:4D
"Symphony closes year on big note," 02-May-13:5B
"Symphony concert full of emotion," 02-Mar-17:3B
"Symphony concert series set for Thursday," 02-Mar-26:3D
"Symphony fans, orchestra get good news, bad news," 02-Mar-21:1A
"Symphony negotiations in the works," 02-May-19:1B
"Symphony puts on impressive concert," 02-Oct-20:2A
"Symphony readies concert for Saturday," 02-Oct-16:1D
"Symphony schedules concert at chapel," 02-02-24:10D
"Symphony schedules picnic pops concert," 02-May-15:4D
"Symphony to feature gold medal pianist," 02-May-07:3D
"Symphony to honor Martin Luther King Jr. with People's Concert," 02-Jan-01:2D
"Symphony warms up for season," 02-Sep-10:1D
"Symphony's season opener impressive," 02-Sep-15:6B
"Violinist sparks symphony," 02-04-14:6B
"Violinist to highlight symphony concert," 02-Mar-13:4D
Shreveport-Times
"Area students participate in spelling bee," 02-02-10:1B
"Political voice joins Times editorial board," 02-Jan-13:9I
"The Times wins 26 awards in newspaper contest," 02-04-21:3B
"The Times, other regional Gannett newspapers win APME awards," 02-May-13:5B
"Times announces Black History essay contest," 02-Jan-20:2B
"Times columnist, author scheduled to sign book," 02-Aug-13:2D
"Times editor to become consultant," 02-Oct-31:6B
"Times staffers win 16 journalism awards," 02-May-26:3B
Shriners Hospital
"Nicaraguan leader relives memories," 02-Jun-30:1B
Shyne, Joe
"Councilman takes candidacy appeal to state Supreme Court," 02-Sep-10:1A
"District F council race missing familiar face," 02-Sep-20:1A
"Judge rules against candidates," 02-Aug-30:1A
Southern University-Baton Rouge
"Board ousts Southern University chancellor," 02-Jan-13:7B
"Students sue Southern, demand education diplomas," 02-Aug-04:5B
Southern University-Board of Supervisors
"Board ousts Southern University chancellor," 02-Jan-13:7B
"Southern expects to end Bayou Classic talks soon," 02-02-23:1B
Southern University-Shreveport
"Allied health program grows to meet demand," 02-Jun-14:8B
"Area college costs rise this fall," 02-Aug-15:1A
"Area colleges make room," 02-Oct-15:1A
"Ceremony to honor ex-SUSLA chancellor," 02-04-13:1B
"Community colleges to join in efforts to prepare more certified teachers," 02-Nov-18:4B
"Educator to be honored," 02-04-07:2B
"Founders Day set at Southern University," 02-Mar-12:1B
"Gentlemen, start your ovens," 02-Jul-31:1D
"Johnnie Cochran to speak at event," 02-02-06:1A
"Local colleges receive extra funding," 02-Aug-13:3B
"Museum featuring African-American and African art opens downtown," 02-02-22:1B
"Protesters demand Bouie's reinstatement," 02-Jan-19:2B
"Rap artist Bow Wow to appear at Southern," 02-04-20:1B
"Southern museum to unveil exhibit tonight," 02-Sep-07:4D
"Southern University board approves money for student center," 02-Jun-22:1B
"Southern University dedicates building in honor of late educator," 02-Jun-21:1B
"Students use summer to get ahead on credits at area colleges," 02-Jul-12:1B
"SUSLA celebrates enrollment hike," 02-02-21:1A
"SUSLA gets money to renew community," 02-Nov-16:1B
"SUSLA museum to open tonight," 02-02-21:1B
"SUSLA reading program lets local students have fun while learning," 02-Jul-11:1B
"SUSLA receives educational grants," 02-Jul-17:lB
"TV show to focus on SUSLA programs," 02-04-20:3B
SPAR
"Airport Park center users enjoy fresh paint, new floors," 02-Jun-15:1B
"Boxing program to hold open house," 02-02-09:1B
"City closes East Kings Highway Park for renovations," 02-Aug-01:1A
"City may have to dig deep to keep Lakeside afloat," 02-Dec-09:1A
"Community holds annual Hawaiian party," 02-Aug-11:3B
"Dealership to donate land to city," 02-02-23:1B
"Lifeguard jobs demand responsiblity," 02-May-24:1B
"Neighbors, SPAR set to meet about park," 02-Jan-28:1B
"Planetarium may lose funding," 02-Dec-07:1B
"Plans for unique new playground well under way," 02-Jan-06:1B
"Shreveport ponders closing four pools," 02-Nov-21:1B
"SPAR offers art classes at Barnwell Center," 02-Aug-20:3D
"SPAR set to try youth boxing," 02-02-10:1B
"SPAR to hold ice cream party," 02-Jul-31:1B
Springhill, La.
"Springhill revitalization is in full swing," 02-Nov-25:1B
"Springhill to celebrate centennial," 02-02-01:1B
SRAC
"Area running clubs gather at ARTBREAK," 02-May-05:5B
"ARTBREAK activities listed," 02-May-04:3B
"ARTBREAK creates Guinness world record with Cakewalk Conga," 02-May-05:1B
"ARTBREAK winds up 18th birthday," 02-May-06:1B
"Arts Council issues call for designs," 02-May-21:3D
"Arts get edgy," 02-02-26:1D
"Billboard company to spotlight area artists," 02-Aug-12:1A
"Christmas in the Sky volunteers work day, night," 02-Nov-01:3D
"Christmas in the Sky," 02-Nov-03:1D
"DDA inks deal for ArtSpace," 02-Aug-03:1A
"Festival highlights downtown arts district," 02-Mar-03:1A
"Funding applications available through SRAC," 02-May-14:3D
"Grants to help support local La. Purchase celebration activities," 02-Jul-18:1B
"New recording studio addition to area's developing arts district," 02-Aug-01:6B
"Pilot arts in education program under way," 02-Oct-22:2D
"Sky's live, silent auctions are the stuff of dreams," 02-Nov-03:10D
"SRAC focuses on new festival," 02-Jan-31:1A
"SRAC offers new interactive Web site," 02-Jan-15:3D
"SRAC to hold silver anniversary celebration," 02-02-28:3B
Strand Theatre
"'Big River' big success at Strand," 02-04-06:3D
"'Big River' tickets available for April 4," 02-Mar-26:3D
"'Cabaret' first-class production," 02-Nov-26:3B
"'Cats' musical sold out at The Strand Theatre," 02-May-04:4D
"'Rent' carries traditional message in a nontraditional package," 02-Nov-09:4D
"'Titanic' docks at The Strand," 02-02-26:2D
"Classic Strand Theatre sign on display in Las Vegas," 02-May-27:1A
"Comic View a hit at The Strand," 02-Mar-24:5B
"Former Shreveporter enjoys his 'comic view'", 02-Mar-20:1D
"Huck lives it up on 'Big River'", 02-04-02:3D
"Irish hit production comes to The Strand," 02-Sep-24:2D
"La JAZDANZ gives impressive show," 02-Nov-18:5B
"Local jazz company ready to dance," 02-Nov-12:3D
"Moscow Ballet's 'Nutcracker' really different," 02-Nov-18:1D
"Revue explores relationships in songs, skits," 02-02-05:2D
"Statlers take over The Strand Friday," 02-02-19:3D
"Strand pulls out all the stops," 02-Jul-21:1D
"Strand sign story delivers thrill of the hunt," 02-Jun-02:9I
"Strand's 'My Fair Lady' hit with audience," 02-Jan-13:6B
"The Strand kicks off its annual campaign..Be a Friend," 02-May-21:1D
"The Strand Theatre books Statler Brothers," 02-02-12:3D
"Touring 'Titanic' a technical marvel," 02-Mar-04:3B
"Traditional Russian version of 'Nutcracker' enjoyable outing" 02-11-30:6D
"'Cabaret' to fill Strand stage Monday," 02-Nov-19:2D
Sutton, Hal
"34th Ryder Cup matches today," 02-Sep-27:1C
"American team takes shape," 02-Sep-26:1C
"Captain, Sutton reflect on most recent Ryder Cup," 02-Sep-23:1C
"Changes all around at Augusta," 02-04-11:1C
"Charity golf tournament sees success," 02-May-06:1A
"Event a winner for kids," 02-May-07:1C
"Great golfers," 02-Sep-25:1A
"Hal Sutton basks in tournament's success," 02-May-07:1C
"Injury keeps Sutton from teeing off at Augusta," 02-04-12:1C
"Local fans cheer on Toms, Sutton," 02-Sep-29:6C
"Local golf fans join Ryder Cup rush," 02-Sep-23:1A
"Local golfers save U.S.", 02-Sep-28:1C
"Locals draw support," 02-04-10:1C
"Players' wives play key roles at Ryder Cup," 02-Sep-24:1C
"Players, fans enjoy charity golf event," 02-May-06:1C
"Ryder Cup 2002," 02-Sep-22:1C
"Sutton back in contention," 02-May-18:1C
"Sutton can't find swing, fails to make cut," 02-May-04:6C
"Sutton commits to children's hospital," 02-Mar-15:1A
"Sutton confident of turnaround," 02-May-14:1C
"Sutton foundation to raffle off Ford Thunderbird," 02-Aug-24:2C
"Sutton gets official nod as captain," 02-Oct-25:1C
"Sutton hits stride just in time as Ryder Cup looms," 02-Aug-09:1C
"Sutton joins fellow local golfer at British Open," 02-Jul-16:1C
"Sutton loses; Europe takes Ryder Cup," 02-Sep-30:1A
"Sutton moves forward," 02-May-21:1C
"Sutton next Ryder Cup captain," 02-Oct-23:1C
"Sutton, rookie come through," 02-Sep-28:1C
"Sutton, Toms 4 back at Buick," 02-Jun-09:6C
"Sutton, Toms to bring big names to town," 02-Mar-15:1C
"Sutton-Toms charity event tees off today," 02-May-05:1C
"Team members endure ups and downs," 02-May-19:1C
"Tournaments help sport gain populaity in area," 02-May-05:1A
"U.S. team receives lift from Sutton and Toms," 02-Sep-28:1A
SWEPCO
"Power outage hits downtown area," 02-Jan-04:1B
"SWEPCO crews leave for South Louisiana," 02-Oct-04:10B
"SWEPCO merger in question," 02-Jan-20:1A

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Tauzin, Rep. Billy
"Billy Tauzin turns business scandals into TV," 02-Jul-27:6B
"Louisiana lawmakers unanimous in support of Iraq resolution," 02-Oct-11:4A
"Tauzin wants to tap oil reserve," 02-Dec-25:8B
Toledo Bend
"Answer sought on Sabine Lake level," 02-Jul-13:1A
"Experts still battle spread of aquatic weed," 02-Aug-05:1B
"Toledo Bend District bill pulled," 02-04-06:1B
"Toledo Bend group calls for awareness," 02-Oct-23:1A
"Tribe eyes Toledo Bend for bingo, recreation area," 02-Mar-14:1B
Toms, David
"34th Ryder Cup matches today," 02-Sep-27:1C
"Akins, Toms golf's dynamic due," 02-Aug-05:1C
"Back in the swing of it," 02-Aug-14:1C
"Changes all around at Augusta," 02-04-11:1C
"Choi notches Compaq lead," 02-May-04:6C
"Choi's turn to win," 02-May-06:1C
"David Toms clinic," 02-Jul-24:1C
"Fame not Toms' game," 02-Aug-15:1C
"Garcia beats Toms in Mercedes playoff," 02-Jan-07:1C
"Great golfers," 02-Sep-25:1A
"Local fans cheer on Toms, Sutton," 02-Sep-29:6C
"Local golf fans join Ryder Cup rush," 02-Sep-23:1A
"Local golfers save U.S.", 02-Sep-28:1C
"Locals draw support," 02-04-10:1C
"Muirfield agrees with Toms," 02-Jul-19:3C
"Players' wives play key roles at Ryder Cup," 02-Sep-24:1C
"Rookie Toms soars; U.S. sinks," 02-Sep-30:1C
"Ryder Cup 2002," 02-Sep-22:1C &02-Sep-25:1C
"Ryder Cup all square," 02-Sep-29:1C
"Ryder Cup boils down to players' execution," 02-Oct-01:1C
"Sutton, Toms 4 back at Buick," 02-Jun-09:6C
"Sutton, Toms to bring big names to town," 02-Mar-15:1C
"Sutton-Toms charity event tees off today," 02-May-05:1C
"Team members endure ups and downs," 02-May-19:1C
"Toms 1 shot off lead," 02-Oct-27:12C
"Toms 2nd at Colonial," 02-May-20:1C
"Toms advances in Match Play," 02-02-22:3C
"Toms advances; top 3 don't," 02-02-21:6C
"Toms begins defense," 02-May-02:1C
"Toms christens Alexandria golf course," 02-Jul-30:1C
"Toms earns LSWA honor," 02-02-24:1C
"Toms faces Garcia in key match," 02-Sep-29:1A
"Toms focused, in first," 02-Jul-19:1C
"Toms gets overwhelmed by Tiger, Els," 02-Aug-16:5C
"Toms graces cover of Aug. Golf Digest," 02-Jul-13:1C
"Toms in hunt at TPC," 02-Mar-24:1C
"Toms in position for first victory," 02-Nov-02:1C
"Toms makes charge," 02-May-19:1C
"Toms reaches quarterfinals," 02-02-23:3C
"Toms sits five shots off lead," 02-May-05:1C
"Toms still on top a year later," 02-02-26:1C
"Toms third in season finale," 02-Nov-04:1C
"Toms to defend Compaq Classic title," 02-02-26:1C
"Toms to play at charity event," 02-Mar-15:2A
"Toms trails Woods by 1 in Ireland," 02-Sep-20:5C
"Toms tries for 2nd major," 02-Jul-16:1C
"Toms turns in solid round in New Orleans," 02-May-04:1C
"Toms' charge falls short at Buick," 02-Oct-28:3C
"Toms' win not enough for U.S.", 02-Sep-30:1A
"Toms, Mickelson to represent U.S.", 02-Oct-05:10C
"Toms, Woods struggle at tour Championship," 02-Nov-01:8C
"Two share Michelob lead," 02-Oct-05:10C
"U.S. team receives lift from Sutton and Toms," 02-Sep-28:1A
"Verplank, Perry share Mercedes lead," 02-Jan-06:8C

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Underwood, Claude
"African-American historian dies," 02-Jul-25:1B
"Noted African-American historian Claude Underwood Jr. dies at 82," 02-Jul-25:3B
"Obituary," 02-Jul-28:4B
University of Louisiana System
"La. colleges get performance cash," 02-May-13:1A
"No-shows cause delay in universities' plans," 02-Oct-26:1B
"Some public colleges take rare step of raising tuition in midyear," 02-Jan-20:2B
"UL board OKs tuition increases," 02-Dec-07:2B
"UL system tuition set to rise 3%", 02-Jan-12:1A
"ULS official explains lack of quorum," 02-Oct-30:1B
"University system president will ask legislature for ULM bailout," 02-Jan-10:3B
University of Louisiana-Lafayette
"UL-Lafayette head receives raise," 02-Dec-07:2B
University of Louisiana-Monroe
"Official gives Monroe university good marks," 02-Nov-14:3B
"Southern Association of Colleges and Schools lifts ULM's warning," 02-Dec-11:3A
USS Shreveport
"Band set to perform at USS Shreveport homecoming," 02-04-16:3B

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Verges, Troy
"Former Shreveporter honored with songwriting awards," 02-Nov-13:1A
Veterans
"Cemetery money is on agenda," 02-04-17:1B
Vivian, La.
"Town of Vivian reports missing funds from water department," 02-Dec-24:2B

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Water Supply
"Farm bill to help La. towns improve water, sewerage," 02-May-29:1A
"Officials blame rain for smelly tap water," 02-Jan-13:1A
"Statewide water policy needed? It's a tossup," 02-Jan-01:3A
Weather
"Artic air breaks N. La. records," 02-02-27:1A
"Furious Lili approaches," 02-Oct-03:1A
"Lili drenches La.", 02-Oct-04:1A
"Low temperature breaks record; more cold coming," 02-02-28:1B
"Odom hopes for federal help for farmers in wake of storms," 02-Oct-11:7B
"Plain Dealing residents cope with damage," 02-04-09:1B
"Refugees: The accidental tourists," 02-Oct-04:1B
"Weather worries growers," 02-Jun-20:1B
Webster Parish
"Bossier, Webster DA plans changes," 02-Dec-23:1A
"Minden revisits school improvement proposal," 02-Jul-18:1B
"More schools opt for uniforms," 02-May-09:5B
"New Webster jail opens for tours," 02-Mar-29:1B
"Off-track betting part of Webster's ballot," 02-Jan-31:2A
"Parish to pursue jail suit," 02-02-07:1B
"Webster officials answer redistricting questions," 02-May-08:3B
"Webster Parish economy reflects trends of region," 02-Aug-26:6B
"Webster Parish residents tout need for animal shelter," 02-May-12:1B
"Webster sheriff, Police Jury settle lawsuit," 02-Mar-12:1B
"Webster voters to decide plans for off-track betting," 02-04-01:1A
West Edge Art District
"New recording studio addition to area's developing arts district," 02-Aug-01:6B
West Nile Virus
"Bossier City woman contracts West Nile," 02-Sep-06:1A
"C-130 spraying on hold," 02-Aug-31:1A
"Caddo plans air attack against West Nile," 02-Aug-22:1A
"Doctors: Watch for virus infection," 02-Aug-18:1A
"Expert: West Nile virus is 'our malaria'", 02-Oct-14:3B
"Feds reject aid request; 24 more cases reported," 02-Aug-24:1A
"First local person contracts virus," 02-Aug-17:1A
"Getting the facts on West Nile virus," 02-Sep-01:7I
"Houma aviator ready to join battle against West Nile," 02-Sep-01:7B
"House OKs grants for virus fight," 02-Oct-02:1B
"Hunters told to beware of West Nile," 02-Sep-07:1A
"Local seniors voice West Nile worries," 02-Aug-27:1A
"Local West Nile victim's condition still serious," 02-Aug-20:3B
"Louisiana has 17 new West Nile cases, one new death," 02-Sep-06:8A
"Monroe patients could be guinea pigs for West Nile drug," 02-Aug-23:5B
"Mosquito fight to receive help," 02-Aug-29:1B
"Official says storms may slow West Nile," 02-Oct-05:1B
"Officials look into W. Nile infections," 02-Sep-02:1A
"Officials: Virus threat will last until winter," 02-Sep-20:1B
"Officials: West Nile threat still here," 02-Oct-10:1A
"Parish combats West Nile through aerial spraying to kill mosquitoes," 02-Aug-23:1B
"Senators push virus legislation," 02-Sep-14:1B
"Third case of West Nile confirmed," 02-Sep-25:1B
"Third local West Nile case confirmed," 02-Sep-14:1A
"West Nile cases may be leveling," 02-Aug-30:1B
"West Nile claims 5 more," 02-Dec-19-1A
"West Nile concerns horse tracks," 02-Aug-18:1C
"West Nile investigators seeking door-to-door blood donations," 02-Oct-19:3B
"West Nile may be at its end," 02-Nov-09:1B
"West Nile may have appeared in some dogs," 02-Oct-19:1B
"West Nile produces 11 new cases, 1 death in Louisiana," 02-Oct-18:3B
"West Nile reports drop statewide," 02-Sep-13:1B
"West Nile shows up in more birds here," 02-Aug-16:1A
"West Nile spreads to Shreveporters," 02-Sep-19:1A
"West Nile victim warns others," 02-Sep-17:1A
"West Nile virus claims infant," 02-Sep-27:1B
"West Nile worries Caddo officials," 02-Sep-28:1A
Wideman Piano Competition
"Weekend to offer Wideman contest," 02-Dec-03:3D
"Wideman Competition announces judges," 02-Nov-26:2D
"Wideman finalists selected," 02-Dec-09:3B
Wilkerson, Rep. Pinkie
"Grand Jury action a rarity," 02-Jan-30:1A
"Grand Jury decision upsets Wilkerson family," 02-Jan-29:1B
"Lawyer: Client victim of public outcry," 02-02-02:1B
"No indictment in Wilderson death," 02-Jan-29:1A
Willis-Knighton Health System
"Ad offends Bossier City official," 02-May-01:1B
"Bossier City ER faces increased workload," 02-Jan-19:1A
"Cutting edge surgical procedure performed at WK," 02-Feb-23:2B
"Group seeks to build home away from home for transplant patients," 02-Sep-19:1A
"Suit stalls hospital project," 02-Mar-26:1B
"W-K files suit against Regional Urology," 02-Jun-29:6B
"WK Bossier to build two-story addition," 02-Mar-22:1A
"WK, AmCare reach a deal," 02-Feb-12:1A
Wilson, John H. Sr.
"Local civic leader, veteran dies at 85," 02-04-27:1B
"Obituary," 02-04-27:2B
Women in Shreveport
"ATHENA Award nominee list is released," 02-Aug-15:6B
"Author Lalita Tademy hailed as an inspiration during Women's Week," 02-Mar-10:1B
"Ceremony recognizes three local women leaders," 02-Mar-09:3B
"Survey ranks city low among best for women," 02-Mar-06:2A
"Women Week activities resume," 02-Mar-01:1B
"Women Week calendar of events," 02-Feb-18:3B
"Women Week to feature Cane River author," 02-Feb-18:1B
World War II
"Local man sat ringside at bombing," 02-Nov-09:5B
"Local men get Purple Hearts after a 60-year wait," 02-May-27:1A
"WWII POW camp survivor dies," 02-Oct-21:3B

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YWCA
"'An Affair With Flair' promises an evening of glitz," 02-Apr-24:1D
"Group marches to increase awareness of sexual assault," 02-Apr-03:1B
"YWCA asks students to prevent violence and increase peace," 02-Oct-24:1B
"YWCA remembers victims of domentic violence through vigil," 02-Oct-09:1B
"YWCA seeks to involve more people in community decisions," 02-May-01:2B

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Zooport
"Zooport makes cautious progress," 02-Apr-08:1A
Zwolle, La.
"Grant funds boost area projects," 02-May-01:3B

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