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A

A.C. Steere School
"A.C. Steere Elementary celebrates 75th anniversary," 2004:1B, Nov. 8
Abortion
"30 states ready to ban abortion if Roe overturned," 2004:10A, Oct. 6
"Pro-life trucks aim to shock people, make abortion an issue," 2004:2B, Sept. 14
"Speakers address abortion at forum," 2004:1B, Oct. 12
"Speakers share stories at anti-abortion event," 2004:1B, Jan. 19
"Young adults walk across nation to protest abortion," 2004:1B, July 9
African-American Chamber of Commerce
"Diversity complaint sparks debate," 2004:1A, July 23
AIDS
"2 groups focused on gay rights emerge," 2004:1B, Dec. 30
"After 20 years, AIDS vaccine still elusive," 2004:15A, Oct. 3
"Peer program teaches inmates about AIDS," 2004:1A, Oct. 18
"Today is national Black AIDS day," 2004:1B, Feb. 7
Allendale
"Allendale residents recall better times," 2004:1A, Nov. 30
"Community takes first major step in Allendale revitalization project," 2004:2B, Nov. 11
Alliance for Education
"Fashion history among minigrant projects," 2004:1B, Sept. 28
"More join Bossier bond proposal talks," 2004:1B, June 24
"New group aims to forge school-community partnerships," 2004:2B, Oct. 7
"Phillip Rozeman named top business leader," 2004:5B, Jan.13
American Rose Center
"American Rose Society gains momentum," 2004:1B, Jan. 9
"Center sets maintenance talk," 2004:2D, May 15
"Construction closes much of Christmas in Roseland," 2004:2B, Sept. 15
"Construction dims lights at Roseland," 2004:2B, Nov. 30
"Couple to be honored at Rose Society event," 2004:2D, Oct. 4
"Fall Festival to be held at the American Rose Center," 2004:2D, Oct. 2
"Local magazine receives award," 2004:6B, Aug. 19
"Marilyn Wellan," 2004:1D, July 4
"Rose Society to hold groundbreaking for $1.8M center," 2004:1B, June 5
Amtrak
"Amtrak to test route to Bossier City," 2004:1B, Nov. 10
"Bossier, Amtrak ponder trial route," 2004:1B, Dec. 4
"Hurdles remain in plan for trial route," 2004:1A, Dec.8
ARC of Shreveport-Bossier
"ARC marks 50th year," 2004:1A, June 11
"Senate just says 'No' to TIFs," 2004:4A, June 11
Art in Shreveport
"Abstract artist uses color and texture" [Gregg Hornbeck], 2004:4E, June 18
"Artist captures natural beauty" [Walter Washington], 2004:4E, May 28
"Artist exhibits at local library" [Sam Tuminello], 2004:4D, May 8
"Artist helps shape local black identity" [Jameelah El-Amin], 2004:4E, Nov. 26
"Artist makes his passion a success" [Tony Reans], 2004:4E, Apr. 23
"Artist plans giant rose for downtown Shreveport," 2004:1A, Aug. 19
"Artist sheds light on her mind's dark corners" [Joanna Tagart], 2004:4E, Oct. 15
"Artist uses many media for one voice" [Charles Lovelace], 2004:4E, Oct. 1
"Artists show at East Bank" [Lovelace, Coatney, Coleman], 2004:2D, Apr.27
"Arts show to open on both sides of the Red," 2004:4D, Feb. 25
"Atlanta painter to visit Shreveport," 2004:1D, Sept. 17
"Creative Art Connection celebrates spring," 2004:2D, Apr. 13
"See the Norton Gallery's 'Arts for the Parks'", 2004:2D, Jan. 27
"Short-film festival returns to Shreveport" [Minicine], 2004:4D, Sept. 23
"Shreveport's gateway rose" [Don Alexander], 2004:1B, Sept. 14
"Steel roses ready to bloom," 2004:1B, Mar. 28
"The Glen books two artists for March show," 2004:3D, Mar. 2
"The Glen exhibits Jerry Ramsey artworks," 2004:4D, Aug. 4
"Traveling exhibit sheds light on African history," 2004:2D, Nov. 23
"Wall worthy photography from an icon" [Fletcher Thorne-Thomsen], 2004:5E, July 23
"Watercolor group schedules show," 2004:3D, Feb. 24
"Watercolorist exhibits scenic landscapes" [Tommie Simmons], 2004:4E, May 21
Arthur Ray Teague Parkway
"Bossier awaits parkway interchange," 2004:1A, July 12
AT&T
"AT&T to trim service in La.," 2004:1A, June 24
Aytch, Donald
"Aytch legacy: public service, education," 2004:9A, July 27
"Aytch sent home with a song," 2004:5B, Aug. 1
"Community leader, educator dies at 74," 2004:1A, July 27
"Funeral services for former professor to be held Saturday," 2004:2B, July 30

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B

Banks
"Bank One opens new branch," 2004:8B, Jan. 31
"Banking boom continues," 2004:1I, Sept. 19
"Iberia Bank prepares to open new branch," 2004:8B, Oct. 22
"Merging banks aim to grow even bigger," 2004:6B, Jan. 16
"Minden Building & Loan doubles space," 2004:6B, Feb. 6
Barksdale Air Force Base
"2nd Bomb Wing changes hands," 2004:1B, Feb. 18
"48 hours: Day in the life," 2004:SS, Mar. 26
"8th Air Force change-of-command delayed," 2004:3A, Oct. 8
"8th Air Force head moving to premier assignment," 2004:1A, Aug.20
"8th Air Force headquarters building reopens," 2004:1B, Mar. 27
"8th Air Force wrapping up experiment," 2004:1B, Aug.5
"A new crew is flying on base," 2004:2B, Oct. 23
"Airman helps troops stay in touch," 2004:1B, July 22
"B-52 crew receives reprimand over error," 2004:1A, Mar. 19
"B-52 error deadly: BAFB crew involved," 2004:1A, Feb. 28
"B-52s head for island base on Guam," 2004:1B, May 25
"B-52s on tap for federal funds," 2004:1A, Aug. 2
"B-52s to deploy to Guam," 2004:1A, May 24
"B-52s to gain new mission," 2004:1A, Nov. 22
"BAFB forever linked to disaster," 2004:SS, Feb. 1
"BAFB activates new control tower," 2004:1B, Jan. 30
"BAFB B-52s return to central Louisiana range," 2004:6B, July 25
"BAFB continue helping tradition," 2004:2B, Dec. 4
"BAFB gains new symbol," 2004:1B, Aug. 17
"BAFB has reliable allies in civilian workers," 2004:1A, Aug. 22
"BAFB helps define Bossier City," 2004:4D, July 11
"BAFB leadership honors volunteers," 2004:1B, Oct. 1
"BAFB plans open house, air show," 2004:1B, Jan.14
"BAFB receives employer award," 2004:6B, Oct. 27
"BAFB to host official ceremonies Monday," 2004:1B, Aug. 15
"BAFB units dig deep into history," 2004:1B, Sept. 27
"BAFB welcomes dam busters," 2004:4B, Mar. 3
"BAFB's 2nd Bomb Wint set to get new chief," 2004:1A, Jan. 29
"Barksdale air show gears up for takeoff," 2004:1A, Apr. 22
"Barksdale trainers attain new levels," 2004:1B, Aug. 26
"Blue angels to perform in 2005," 2004:1B, Dec. 9
"Bomber crews soak up Pacific sun," 2004:1B, Oct. 6
"Bossier schools, BAFB move on program," 2004:1B, June 17
"Burn puts pall over Barksdale," 2004:2B, Apr. 2
"Carlson faced challenges at Barksdale," 2004:1B, Sept. 8
"Celebrate Barksdale' starts today," 2004:2B, Aug. 4
"Code allows stores near Barksdale," 2004:2B, Oct. 9
"Coming soon to skies near you: Hawgsmoke 2004," 2004:1B, Feb. 1
"Commissaries threatened by defense cuts," 2004:1A, Apr. 28
"Concert evokes memories for veterans," 2004:1B, June 27
"Defenders of liberty," 2004:SS, Apr. 18
"Departing wing chief reflects on his stays at Barksdale," 2004:1A, Feb. 8
"F-16 pilot's hearing deferred," 2004:1B, Jan. 25
"Family Services Program celebrates 50 years," 2004:2B, Apr.30
"Former head of 2nd Bomb wing head named to intel post," 2004:4B, Oct. 23
"Friendly fire case headed for trail," 2004:1B, June 9
"FUNtastic fundraiser," 2004:1B, Aug. 22
"Homeowners warned about BAFB noise," 2004:4B, June 16
"House passes $422B defense bill," 2004:1A, May 22
"La. gains federal money under budget proposal," 2004:2B, Feb. 4
"La. maintains military presence in hot spots," 2004:3A, Feb. 12
"La. up for more military funds," 2004:1A, July 24
"Local base assists in Fort Polk training," 2004:2A, Jan. 23
"Military bases face '05 review," 2004:1B, Nov. 21
"Museum gets Lt. Gen.'s memorabilia," 2004:1B, Apr. 3
"Museum preps for Yule season," 2004:1B, Nov. 25
"NASA airplane lands at BAFB," 2004:1B, Feb. 9
"New B-52 to spread its wings at BAFB," 2004:2B, Aug. 7
"Non-military employees mainly fall into three groups," 2004:2A, Aug. 22
"One year later, BAFB remembers," 2004:1A, Jan. 27
"Pilot submits appeal to stay court-martial," 2004:1B, Jan. 9
"Planners gird for approaching base-closings," 2004:1A, Feb. 7
"Regional military bases feel vaccine vacuum," 2004:2A, Oct. 24
"Reservist honored with Bronze Star after tour in Iraq," 2004:1A, Dec. 25
"Reunion will bring warriors home," 2004:1B, May 10
"Rush of B-52 bomber launches end exercise," 2004:1A, Oct. 30
"Starbase offers children and principal the stars," 2004:1B, Apr. 17
"Trainer to teach 400 aviators how to work together," 2004:1B, July 27
"Tuskegee flier wows crowd at BAFB officers club," 2004:1B, Jan. 24
Barnwell Center
"Artist offers workshops at Center," 2004:3D, July 27
"Barnwell Center director finds life pretty satisfying," 2004:4E, Feb. 27
"Barnwell Center offers new art classes," 2004:4D, June 23
"Center to offer watercolor classes," 2004:4D, Aug. 4
"China painting classes offered," 2004:3D, Aug. 24
"Don Alexander to teach watercolor workshop," 2004:3D, July 27
"Horticultural agent to speak at Barnwell," 2004:1D, Mar. 6
"LA artists 2004 to exhibit," 2004:2D, Sept. 21
"Longtime agriculturalist dies in farming accident," 2004:3B, Sept. 25
"Paul Thorn to exhibit artwork at Barnwell," 2004:3D, Oct. 5
"Twin artists show work" [Don, Ron Alexander], 2004:4D, July 10
Beaird Industries
"Case against Beaird to be reviewed," 2004:6B, Oct. 2
"Union complaints of unfair practices," 2004:1A, May 14
Bean, Ron
"Former La. senator in hospital but doing well," 2004:3B, Feb. 4
Beard, Alana
"WNBA's Alana Beard to bring 24-team tournament to town," 2004:1A, Dec. 15
Beene, Geoffrey
"Clothing designer Beene dies," 2004:1A, Sept. 29
Bell, Kenta
"Bell falters in triple jump finals," 2004:1C, Aug. 23
"Bell springs into finals," 2004:1A, Aug. 21
"Ex-NSU Bell leaps for gold today," 2004:1C, Aug. 22
BESE
"BESE to consider school takeover," 2004:4B, May 20
"Blanco appoints three to BESE," 2004:3A, Apr. 1
"Blanco unlikely to appoint BESE members by Tuesday," 2004:4B, Feb. 14
"Blanco vetoes diploma alternative," 2004:1B, July 10
"Education board moves forward without governor's appointees," 2004:3B, Mar. 13
"Eight state school districts to offer settlement in case," 2004:2B, Feb. 28
"Gov. abandons bid to put Bill Jones on BESE," 2004:4A, Mar. 31
"LA4 program among the best, expert says," 2004:2B, Dec. 12
"Panel suggests scrapping high school majors," 2004:1B, Feb. 19
"Picture 'bleak'", 2004:1A, Feb. 20
"Smith: Consider teachers' experience," 2004:1A, Apr. 20
"Smith: Middle-school certification raises questions," 2004:1A, Apr. 10
"Union chief: Jacobs, Jones to be on BESE board," 2004:6B, Mar. 7
Biomedical Research Foundation
"BioMed receives grant for BioSpace One lab," 2004:6B, May 14
"Parish decreases tax rates," 2004:1B, Sept. 10
"Shreveport's high-tech efforts will pay off," 2004:6B, June 23
Black Community
"Agitator by some, godsend by others" [Artis Cash], 2004:1A, Aug. 29
"Artist captures natural beauty" [Walter Washington], 2004:4E, May 28
"Artist helps shape local black identity" [Jameelah El-Amin], 2004:4E, Nov. 26
"Artist uses many media for one voice" [Charles Lovelace], 2004:4E, Oct. 1
"Atlanta painter to visit Shreveport," 2004:1D, Sept. 17
"Billboards call for end to killing," 2004:1A, Apr. 1
"Black men more likely homicide victims," 2004:1A, Jan. 18
"Efforts under way to unite chambers," 2004:1A, July 20
"Events planned to celebrate MLK," 2004:1B, Jan.2
"Events throughout day honor MLK," 2004:1B, Jan. 20
"Game pays tribute to MLK, Black History," 2004:1B, Feb. 9
"Good Times festival continues today," 2004:5B, June 20
"Grambling to celebrate Juneteenth on Sunday," 2004:2B, June 17
"Groups plan day of service to honor slain civil rights leader," 2004:1B, Jan. 17
"GSU celebrating Black History Month," 2004:4B, Feb. 4
"Jailed marcher receives diploma 41 years later," 2004:1B, Dec.8
"King's daughter brings message of unity, peace," 2004:1B, Mar. 13
"Kwanzaa observance celebrates black family," 2004:1D, Dec. 23
"Kwanzaa participants hope to build community," 2004:1A, Dec. 27
"Let the good times roll," 2004:1D, June 15
"March planned to re-create 1963 protest," 2004:1B, Sept. 2
"March starts MLK events," 2004:1B, Jan.4
"Minority businesses to be honored tonight," 2004:8B, Nov. 5
"Pamoja to exhibit work of black La. artists," 2004:2D, May 27
"Program gives young artists a place to shine," 2004:1D, Aug. 12
"Thousands gather for parade" [Black History], 2004:1B, Feb. 8
"Traveling exhibit sheds light on African history," 2004:2D, Nov. 23
"Unifying experience," 2004:1A, Sept. 23
Blanco, Gov. Kathleen
"Agrees to change juvenile justice oversight," 2004:1A, Jan. 27
"All of Louisiana should be wired in 5 years," 2004:3B, Nov. 16
"Big industry focus of trip," 2004:1A, Jan. 15
"Blanco 'extremely proud' of session," 2004:3A, June 22
"Blanco aggressively selling Louisiana," 2004:1A, June 25
"Blanco applauds Community Renewal efforts," 2004:1B, July 24
"Blanco appoints three to BESE," 2004:3A, Apr. 1
"Blanco attends Reagan funeral," 2004:2A, June 12
"Blanco calls for action on natural gas," 2004:3A, Feb. 24
"Blanco calls for cleanup of Baton Rouge air," 2004:3A, Oct. 7
"Blanco calls for shared prosperity, promises openness," 2004:4A, Jan.13
"Blanco chooses SRA administrator," 2004:1B, Mar. 20
"Blanco finds La. troops confident," 2004:1A, Feb. 12
"Blanco fires state fire marshal," 2004:1A, Sept. 28
"Blanco firmly behind Kerry-Edwards," 2004:2A, July 30
"Blanco gets going on axing business taxes," 2004:6B, Jan. 21
"Blanco grades self a 'B or B+'", 2004:4B, Apr. 21
"Blanco here today on business, politics," 2004:1B, Oct. 14
"Blanco hopes to save 800 jobs at call center," 2004:6B, Jan. 28
"Blanco keeps post of inspector general," 2004:2B, Feb. 20
"Blanco makes proclamation," 2004:3A, Sept. 11
"Blanco names head of agency," 2004:8B, June 24
"Blanco names health care, natural resources head," 2004:2B, Jan. 31
"Blanco offers glimpse of legislative agenda," 2004:2B, Mar. 25
"Blanco open doors for women," 2004:1A, Jan.13
"Blanco opens session on taxes," 2004:1A, Mar. 8
"Blanco opens session, pledges to attract jobs," 2004:1A, Mar. 30
"Blanco picks deputy director for development," 2004:6B, Aug. 13
"Blanco planning office of faith-based initiatives," 2004:2B, Sept. 8
"Blanco plans to appoint health care reform panel," 2004:1A, Mar. 5
"Blanco pushes Bush about land, coastal restoration," 2004:1A, Jan. 16
"Blanco pushes effort to bring troops home," 2004:1A, June 9
"Blanco pushes for phasing out business taxes," 2004:2B, Feb. 27
"Blanco pushes House to pass ethics bills," 2004:1A, Apr.27
"Blanco reaffirms veterans home plan," 2004:1A, Apr. 19
"Blanco reiterates focus on developing economy," 2004:4B, Jan. 29
"Blanco satisfied with tax renewal," 2004:3A, Mar. 16
"Blanco says Saints money hard to find," 2004:4A, June 11
"Blanco seeks $50M for coastal erosion projects," 2004:4B, Jan. 24
"Blanco seeks revenues from offshore drilling," 2004:2B, Dec. 1
"Blanco shows support for Monroe," 2004:4B, Feb. 7
"Blanco signs after making few changes to budget bill," 2004:4B, July 15
"Blanco signs open alcohol container bill," 2004:3A, May 14
"Blanco slow to react on gaming regulation," 2004:1A, Apr. 26
"Blanco stresses economic growth," 2004:1A, Oct. 15
"Blanco stresses education, economy," 2004:1B, Nov. 5
"Blanco taps health-care advisory panel of 29," 2004:4B, Apr. 24
"Blanco tax plan hits snag," 2004:1A, Mar. 11
"Blanco to meet Bush today," 2004:2A, Feb. 12
"Blanco to push federally funded health care centers," 2004:1A, Apr. 12
"Blanco touts biomed firm in Shreveport," 2004:1A, July 24
"Blanco unlikely to appoint BESE members by Tuesday," 2004:4B, Feb. 14
"Blanco urges evacuation from Ivan's path," 2004:3A, Sept. 15
"Blanco vetoes diploma alternative," 2004:1B, July 10
"Blanco visits Iraq," Feb. 11 2004:1A
"Blanco visits with students, teachers," 2004:2B, Jan. 28
"Blanco vows to kill pay raise amendments," 2004:4B, June 12
"Blanco wants cash for charity hospitals," 2004:6B, Feb. 7
"Blanco wooing durable goods manufacturer," 2004:1A, Jan. 30
"Blanco's budget proposal cuts prison programs," 2004:2A, Mar. 29
"Blanco's ethics, campaign finance plan faces scrutiny," 2004:3A, Apr. 15
"Blanco's executive branch lobbying bill green lighted," 2004:4B, Apr. 23
"Blanco: Louisiana ready to do business," 2004:1A, Jan.13
"Blanco: Plan must focus on retention of existing business," 2004:6B, Jan. 22
"Chairman who opposed Blanco loses spot," 2004:1A, Mar. 23
"Children entertain, have fun at inauguration," 2004:4A, Jan.13
"Company to shut La. office," 2004:1A, Feb. 5
"Congressional staffers get aerial view of La. coast," 2004:4B, Oct. 23
"Contract process criticized for new Union Tank plant," 2004:5B, Dec. 24
"DART programs praised by Gov. Blanco," 2004:1B, Aug. 14
"Downer takes Cabinet post," 2004:1A, Aug. 28
"Ethics tops Blanco's session," 2004:1A, Mar. 28
"Fortune 50 company looks at Shreveport," 2004:1A, Jan. 17
"Fund raising to bring troops back hits tempo," 2004:1B, June 10
"Gov. abandons bid to put Bill Jones on BESE," 2004:4A, Mar. 31
"Gov. Blanco meets with Bush," 2004:1A, Feb. 14
"Gov. Blanco reaches out to families who lost children," 2004:1A, Jan.14
"Gov. Blanco signs 121 bills into law," 2004:1A, July 14
"Gov. Blanco wins tax relief for business, industry," 2004:3A, Mar. 18
"Gov. declares emergency in 10 N. La. parishes," 2004:2A, June 5
"Gov. defends abstinence program against ACLU charge," 2004:5B, Dec. 10
"Gov. hesitant to let psychologists prescribe drugs," 2004:4B, Apr. 24
"Governor announces $48M program," 2004:6B, Sept. 14
"Governor declares state of emergency for Ivan," 2004:3A, Sept. 14
"Governor planning to hire Washington lobbyist for La.", 2004:5B, May 31
"Governor takes issue with N.J. comparison," 2004:1A, Aug. 26
"Governor to decide on recall petition of Homer mayor," 2004:1B, July 29
"Governor's husband takes on evolving role," 2004:1A, July 6
"Group blasts Blanco on tax pledge," 2004:8B, Mar. 5
"Having a ball, Blanco style," 2004:1D, Jan. 18
"Health care is focus of summit," 2004:1A, Jan. 19
"Health care report goes to Gov. Blanco today," 2004:4B, Feb. 25
"Health-care consortium seeks panelists," 2004:2B, July 29
"Health-care experts tackle tough issues," 2004:1A, Feb. 18
"Hebert again airs dismissal concerns," 2004:4A, Mar. 31
"Hebert airs dirty political laundry," 2004:1B, Mar. 24
"Hexed on field; heavenly at bank" [N.O. Saints], 2004:1A, Dec. 26
"Inauguration events," 2004:5A, Jan.13
"Institutional care tops the agenda," 2004:1B, Mar. 4
"Iraqi trip boosts Blanco's muster with White House," 2004:1A, Feb. 15
"La. can learn from State Farm departure," 2004:4B, Feb. 6
"La. eyes another avenue to royalties," 2004:1B, Nov. 12
"La. health care reform shifts to second gear," 2004:1A, Aug. 29
"La. hunts for buried fiber optic treasure," 2004:1A, Nov. 29
"La. will have $300M less for health care in 2005," 2004:1B, Dec. 10
"La. wrestles with contract with Saints," 2004:1A, June 1
"New fund has $15M, Shreveport connection," 2004:6B, Oct. 13
"New racing commission slots filled by governor," 2004:3B, Aug. 31
"No flaming letter sent to Blanco," 2004:2B, Sept. 14
"No new projects this year," 2004:1B, Mar. 26
"Patient wants Blanco to 'talk to real people'", 2004:1A, Feb. 29
"Phase-out of taxes key to Blanco's budget," 2004:2B, Mar. 2
"Pierson chosen for Blanco team," 2004:8B, Dec. 24
"Poverty summit ends with 'job not finished'", 2004:4B, Dec.8
"Proposed raises would past neighboring peers," 2004:1A, Apr. 25
"Saints owner, Blanco discuss study findings," 2004:3B, May 22
"Session seen as a success for Gov. Blanco," 2004:1A, Mar. 21
"Several different taxes on table," 2004:1A, Mar. 4
"Shortfall in La.'s payments to Saints to grow," 2004:4B, June 5
"State focuses on use of health care dollars," 2004:2A, Aug. 29
"State's top two visit N. Louisiana," 2004:2B, Feb. 18
"Study suggests bias was key to Blanco's win," 2004:4B, Apr. 3
"Tallulah prison may stick around longer," 2004:1A, June 7
"Teachers question Blanco's commitment to pay raises," 2004:2B, Nov. 25
"Tribal casino among 'gifts' handed to Blanco," 2004:4B, Jan. 20
"Will 'probably' vote for marriage amendment," 2004:1B, Aug. 19
Blanco, Kathleen
"2003 sees a return to traditional middle in La. politics," 2004:1B, Jan.2
"Blanco featured in blue dog portrait," 2004:1B, Jan.8
"Blanco fills 5 cabinet posts," 2004:1A, Jan.10
"Blanco makes first move to save La. jobs," 2004:1I, Jan.4
"Blanco prays for endurance, says 'I'm ready'", 2004:3A, Jan. 12
"Blanco, State Farm officials to meet," 2004:6B, Jan.2
"Charity hospitals look to Blanco for money," 2004:4B, Jan. 9
"Foster leaves decision to Blanco," 2004:1A, Jan.7
"Gov.-elect offers State Farm $33M incentive to stay in La.", 2004:1A, Jan.7
"Mansion's old art out as Blanco moves in," 2004:5B, Jan.4
"Q & A with Blanco," 2004:5I, Jan.11
"Taking the reins," 2004:1A, Jan.11
Board of Elementary and Secondary Education
See BESE
Board of Regents
"BPCC music degree awaits Regents' nod," 2004:1B, Sept. 12
"New policy could force university scholarship change," 2004:4B, Dec. 12
"Regents approve BPCC music degree," 2004:3B, Oct. 2
"Supercomputer network may come to La.", 2004:4B, Sept. 6
"Teacher training programs graded," 2004:1B, Apr. 9
Bodcau Dam
"Wildlife event set at Bodcau," 2004: 7C, Sept. 19
Bond, Lucile Ambrose
"Local pianist, composer and arts contributor dies," 2004:3B, Nov. 24
"Obituary," 2004:3B, Nov. 24
Booty, Josh
"Booty: NFL not conducive to loyalty," 2004:1C, July 27
"Glory Days," 2004:10C, June 6
BosParish-Community College
"A visit to the office of Larry Powell," 2004:2D, Feb. 24
"Area colleges unite to help single moms," 2004:1A, Dec. 2
"BPCC announces 'Deathtrap' auditions," 2004:3D, Mar. 2
"BPCC Cavalier Players set 'Little Pigs' tryouts," 2004:2D, Jan.6
"BPCC honors program to start next fall," 2004:2B, Oct. 23
"BPCC music degree awaits Regents' nod," 2004:1B, Sept. 12
"BPCC new campus revealed in sneak peek," 2004:1A, Nov. 19
"BPCC online classes give options," 2004:1B, Oct. 31
"BPCC opens auditions for music scholarships," 2004:2D, Apr. 13
"BPCC to hold auditions for music scholarships," 2004:2D, Nov. 16
"BPCC to hold Fall Music Showcase," 2004:3D, Nov. 9
"BPCC to hold music scholarship auditions," 2004:2D, May 18
"BPCC to offer certification training," 2004:6B, Apr.30
"BPCC to present original Christmas show," 2004:2D, Nov. 30
"BPCC to stage 'La Mancha'", 2004:2D, Oct. 12
"BPCC, Delta collaborate on health program," 2004:4B, Feb. 4
"Campus nearly complete," 2004:1B, Oct. 16
"Cavalier Players holds auditions for musical," 2004:3D, Aug. 24
"Cavalier Players slates 'Three Little Pigs'", 2004:2D, Feb. 10
"Film students take 'Action'", 2004:1D, June 29
"Gender 'Trap'", 2004:1D, Apr. 13
"Historian, author now part of BPCC faculty," 2004:2B, Oct. 16
"La Mancha' a fun, solid performance," 2004:3B, Oct. 16
"Military students top agenda at meeting," 2004:2B, Oct. 7
"More than 140 graduate from BPCC," 2004:4B, Jan.10
"Music director goes back to his roots," 2004:4E, Oct. 22
"New Bossier campus fuels area economy," 2004:1A, Jan. 25
"New BPCC campus right on track," 2004:2B, Aug. 28
"On the air," 2004:1D, Feb. 24
"One smart dummy," 2004:1B, Feb. 21
"Regents approve BPCC music degree program," 2004:3B, Oct. 2
"Rolls grow at state colleges," 2004:1A, Sept. 25
"SporTran plans Bossier route expansions," 2004:1B, Dec. 23
"State officials praises local teamwork," 2004:6B, Sept. 15
"Students to stage festival of one-act plays," 2004:2D, Nov. 16
"Study techniques to help enhance memory," 2004:4B, Mar. 10
"The 'Three Little Pigs' go country," 2004:3D, Feb. 24
"Youth program at BPCC to provide free meals," 2004:2B, June 5
BosParish-Courthouse
"Costs, timing play havoc with projects," 2004:1B, Aug. 28
"Courthouse addition 'tops out'", 2004:2B, Nov. 30
BosParish-Jail
"Arrival of clear skies speeds jail construction," 2004:1B, May 22
BosParish-Juvenile Detention Center
"Juvenile jail gets new classroom," 2004:2B, Sept. 25
BosParish-Library
"Children break ground on Aulds library expansion," 2004:1B, July 31
"History group shifts base to Bossier City," 2004:2B, Oct. 9
"Late political activist's files donated to History Center," 2004:2B, Aug. 28
"Library patrons to see more computers, space," 2004:2B, Nov. 13
"Renewal of property tax would keep system growing," 2004:2B, Oct. 16
"Young readers bug out at Bossier libraries," 2004:1A, July 30
BosParish-Police Jury
"Bossier City park planners zero in on issues," 2004:1B, Jan. 28
"Bossier eyes Louisiana Riverwalk actions," 2004:1B, Apr. 22
"Bossier Parish considers trash collection sites," 2004:2B, July 29
"Bossier Parish to see higher insurance costs in '05," 2004:1B, Nov. 18
"Bossier Police Jury rolls back tax rates," 2004:2B, Aug. 19
"Bossier seeking back casino taxes," 2004:1A, Apr. 24
"Bossier squashes rezoning request for housing project," 2004:1B, Jan.8
"Bossier to gain two fire stations," 2004:1B, Feb. 9
"Caplis-Sligo speed limit back to 45," 2004:1B, Aug.5
"Darby brothers hold sway over Bossier government," 2004:1A, May 24
"Grass-roots democracy still alive in Bossier," 2004:1A, Aug. 21
"Information sought about planned waste site," 2004:4B, July 8
"Ivan lake drawdown targets vegetation," 2004:1B, Aug. 24
"Jurors question plans for new tennis complex," 2004:4B, Dec. 2
"Jurors side with assessor," 2004:1B, Sept. 16
"Jurors to discuss funding with McCrery," 2004:2B, Apr. 14
"Jurors to review budget proposal," 2004:1B, Dec. 1
"Jury OKs zoning for subdivision, storage," 2004:4B, Sept. 2
"Network to improve searches," 2004:2B, Sept. 18
"New marina plans move up a notch," 2004:1B, Feb. 5
"Not in their back yard," 2004:1A, May 26
"Officials working to hire prison pharmacist," 2004:2B, July 22
"Plans for north Bossier park still not on solid ground," 2004:4B, Aug. 11
"Police Jury approves subdivision plans despite protest," 2004:2B, Oct. 21
"Project would include lock and dam at Benton," 2004:4B, Nov. 4
"Sewer districts still waits for funding in Bossier Parish," 2004:2B, Nov. 20
"Slots at La. Downs help Bossier towns," 2004:1A, Sept. 10
"Workers get pay raise," 2004:1B, Dec. 16
BosParish-School Board
"1 pass, 1 person," 2004:1B, May 26
"Audit: Bossier schools fail to track computers," 2004:2B, Jan. 9
"Board approves pay raise," 2004:1A, Dec. 3
"Board lifts expulsion over Advil," 2004:1B, Jan.10
"Board move on audit recommendation," 2004:2B, Jan. 23
"Board nears decision on insurance options," 2004:1B, July 16
"Board to raise cost of insurance," 2004:1B, Aug.6
"Board votes unanimously for $70M school bond," 2004:1B, May 9
"Board will work on Justice suggestions," 2004:2B, Dec. 25
"Board's bond rating improves," 2004:2B, July 31
"Bossier acts to ease students' transition," 2004:6B, Apr. 9
"Bossier advances on school buildings," 2004:1A, Feb. 6
"Bossier board files response to suit," 2004:1A, June 8
"Bossier delays school bond vote," 2004:1B, Apr. 23
"Bossier faces tight schedule before vote," 2004:1A, May 25
"Bossier OKs 22 new hires," 2004:1B, June 18
"Bossier panel proposes bond issue for schools," 2004:1A, Apr. 18
"Bossier panel recommends more modular classrooms," 2004:3B, Oct. 13
"Bossier schools panel tackles insurance costs," 2004:1B, July 15
"Bossier schools system adds specialized teachers," 2004:2B, Oct. 2
"Bossier schools tracking system to start in April," 2004:4B, Mar. 3
"Bossier tackles crowded schools," 2004:1B, Feb. 3
"Bossier ups holiday bonus for employees," 2004:1B, Nov. 19
"Chamber backs school proposal," 2004:3A, July 28
"Classrooms to cost less than expected," 2004:1B, Mar. 20
"Committee prioritizes first bond projects," 2004:1B, Oct. 19
"Committees start on post-bond plans," 2004:1A, Oct. 4
"Darby brothers hold sway over Bossier government," 2004:1A, May 24
"Groups kick off bond campaign," 2004:1B, June 2
"Insurance costs pose hard choice," 2004:1B, May 21
"Insurance policy tops Bossier agenda," 2004:1B, Aug.20
"More join Bossier bond proposal talks," 2004:1B, June 24
"Panel OKs drug policy change," 2004:1A, Jan. 28
"Panel suggests raises for Bossier school employees," 2004:2B, Jan. 28
"Panel to consider rolling tax rates forward," 2004:3A, July 28
"Parents sue over religion in school," 2004:1A, Apr. 14
"Personnel, pupils honored, addressed at board meeting," 2004:2B, Oct. 9
"Plans for north Bossier park still not on solid ground," 2004:4B, Aug. 11
"Policy changes may limit confusion," 2004:11B, Oct. 22
"Proposal earmarks funds for salaries," 2004:1B, May 12
"Racial mix a concern in schools," 2004:1A, Nov. 11
"Residents pleased with bond proposal," 2004:1A, July 13
"School Board panel proposes 10 classroom additions," 2004:1B, Feb. 5
"School gains support," 2004:1A, Apr. 23
"School suit in Bossier draws more interest," 2004:1A, Apr. 15
"School's tracking system in full effect," 2004:2B, Oct. 16
"Schools face cuts," 2004:1A, June 13
"Schools make the call: No cell phones," 2004:1A, Aug. 24
"Two leaders are homegrown," 2004:2B, July 24
"Upcoming deadline may leave Bossier bond proposal dead," 2004:2B, Apr. 22
BosParish-Schools
"'Terrific Kids' honored at Bossier Elementary," 2004:1B, Oct. 24
"60 plus area schools earn Path of Excellence awards," 2004:2B, Mar. 17
"Area has trouble keeping teachers," 2004:1A, Aug. 17
"Area schools, students face tougher standards," 2004:1A, Mar. 13
"Artist-in-residence visits all elementary schools," 2004:2B, Mar. 28
"Back to School," 2004:SS, July 30
"Bossier acts to ease students' transition," 2004:1B, July 29
"Bossier honors Teachers of the Year," 2004:5B, Oct. 22
"Bossier schools enrollment continues to increase," 2004:3A, Oct. 23
"Bossier schools say hello, goodbye to principals," 2004:5B, Oct. 4
"Bossier schools struggle to bake, not fry," 2004:6A, Dec. 19
"Bossier schools, BAFB move on program," 2004:1B, June 17
"Bossier sees increased grade in accountability," 2004:1A, Apr. 21
"Chamber throws weight behind bond proposal," 2004:1B, July 21
"Church hears about Stockwell case," 2004:4B, Apr. 26
"Class is in session for Bossier principals," 2004:1B, Aug. 1
"Classes on video broaden options," 2004:2B, Dec. 4
"Classroom construction sees delays due to rain," 2004:4B, June 15
"Graduation 2004," 2004:SS, May 4
"Group seeks grant to fund after-school tutoring program," 2004:1B, Sept. 13
"High school wing named for former principal," 2004:1B, Sept. 17
"Improvement a challenge for high-performing schools," 2004:4A, Oct. 26
"Iron chefs: In training," 2004:1D, Feb. 18
"Justice attorney to tour Bossier Parish schools," 2004:1B, Sept. 10
"Justice attorney tours 3 schools," 2004:1A, Sept. 16
"Justice Dept.: Bossier school needs major changes," 2004:1A, Nov. 24
"Limited-English students make progress in Bossier," 2004:1A, Mar. 8
"New classrooms nearly finished," 2004:2B, Aug. 7
"Old school challenge: Raise your expectations," 2004:1B, July 30
"Our learning community," 2004:SS, May 16
"Parish commits funds for Sci-Port, school partnerships," 2004:1B, Sept. 19
"Pass rates improve in Caddo, Bossier," 2004:1B, Aug. 14
"School is in session: Drive with caution," 2004:1A, Aug. 16
"Schools see more students than expected," 2004:1A, Sept. 1
"Stockwell suit prompts pro-religion rally," 2004:1A, Apr. 29
"Students face moment of truth as testing begins," 2004:3B, Mar. 15
"Students receive standardized test results," 2004:1B, May 8
"Study: Debt on rise for public schools," 2004:1A, June 14
"Sun City students hope to shine on Iowa Test," 2004:4B, Mar. 13
"Thanks to DA, Bossier Parish schools gain computers," 2004:2B, Dec. 18
"Wall paintings liven up libraries," 2004:2B, Sept. 4
BosParish-Sheriff's Office
"Bossier assistant chief earns certification," 2004:6B, June 21
"Bossier OKs deputy raises," 2004:1B, Jan. 18
"Bossier sheriff offers college scholarship," 2004:2B, Jan. 30
"Bossier sheriff's office adds six deputies," 2004:2B, Nov. 16
"Bossier sheriff's office lays low for sales tax vote," 2004:1B, Jan.5
"Deen says it's not his first time speeding," 2004:1A, Aug.6
"Parish officials hope new facility will help," 2004:1A, Aug.5
"Program feeds needy weekly," 2004:2B, Nov. 27
"Sheriff commends deputies," 2004:2B, Feb. 6
Bossier Arts Council
"Annual student art show starts Monday," 2004:2D, Nov. 30
"Art classes offered," 2004:3D, Aug. 24
"Art classes to teach mural design, creation," 2004:2B, Apr. 29
"Artistic renovations," 2004:1D, Feb. 17
"Arts Council makes grants available," 2004:3D, Apr. 20
"BAC names grant recipients," 2004:6D, Aug. 31
"BAC offers acting classes," 2004:3D, Jan. 27
"BAC offers student classes," 2004:2D, Sept. 28
"Bossier Arts Council to offer acting classes," 2004:6D, June 8
"Children experience art through outreach program," 2004:1B, July 17
"Red River Revue," 2004:1D, Oct. 19
Bossier City
"Work to resume on city marshal's office," 2004:1B, Nov. 28
Bossier City-Veterans Home
"Local veterans home gains crucial funding," 2004:1B, Feb. 4
"Veterans Home on track for Bossier," 2004:1B, Nov. 23
Bossier Parish
"Another Bossier coroner resigns from post," 2004:1B, June 10
"Benton plans grand opening of sports complex," 2004:2B, Jan. 28
"Bossier 911 center expands," 2004:2B, Dec. 18
"Bossier creates sewer district," 2004:1A, Mar. 4
"Bossier eyes hiring pharmacist," 2004:1B, June 17
"Bossier park history is contrast to project fears," 2004:1A, Apr. 5
"Bossier prisoners petition for probe," 2004:1A, Oct. 20
"Bossier property tax notices being mailed," 2004:1A, July 23
"Expansion of sports complex," 2004:1B, June 19
"Fire stations help ease concerns in rural areas," 2004:2B, Dec. 11
"Growth spurs infrastructure improvements," 2004:1D, Feb. 17
"Lock and dam could be useful for Benton," 2004:2B, Nov. 20
"New Year to bring highway work to Bossier," 2004:1A, Jan.3
"Parish employees required to pay for personal calls," 2004:1B, Sept. 18
"Poole railroad depot past saving, group says," 2004:2B, Oct. 30
Bossier-Chamber of Commerce
"2 ex-chamber members arrested," 2004:1A, Oct. 7
"Chamber backs school proposal," 2004:3A, July 28
"Chamber throws weight behind bond proposal," 2004:1B, July 21
"Group aims to forge school-community partnerships," 2004:2B, Oct. 7
"Leaner Patriots Celebration planned this year," 2004:2B, Sept. 4
"Program to help small businesses save money," 2004:6B, Oct. 19
Bossier-City Charter Commission
"Commission fine tunes Bossier charter," 2004:1B, Nov. 9
"Selection process for chiefs unchanged," 2004:1B, Aug. 26
Bossier-City Council
"Boardwalk resolves legalities," 2004:1B, Aug. 25
"Bossier City Council OKs Coach Road repairs," 2004:2B, Mar. 17
"Bossier City fines increase dies silently," 2004:1A, Feb. 18
"Bossier City seeks to free money for park," 2004:2B, Aug. 18
"Bossier City to sell land," 2004:5B, July 20
"Bossier forming new charter commission," 2004:1B, June 28
"Bossier gets award for conservation of park," 2004:2B, July 8
"Bossier postpones noise level decision," 2004:1B, July 7
"Bossier residents petition to block park access," 2004:1B, Oct. 5
"Bossier revives speeding ordinance boost," 2004:1A, Mar. 3
"Bossier seeks a financial savior," 2004:1B, Oct. 17
"Bossier sees dip in HUD funding," 2004:1B, May 28
"Bossier waives parade fee, security expenses," 2004:4B, Jan.14
"Budget Phone plans move to Bossier City," 2004:1B, Sept. 21
"Charter recap awaits hearing," 2004:1B, Apr. 6
"City to set rules for teen clubs," 2004:2B, Nov. 27
"Coffee shop has grounds for celebration," 2004:8B, Apr. 9
"Company to bring 52 new jobs to Bossier," 2004:1B, Oct. 27
"Contractors oppose changing Bossier's foundation permits," 2004:4B, July 15
"Council approves '05 budget," 2004:1B, Nov. 3
"Council approves noise level warning," 2004:1A, July 21
"Council approves riverfront work," 2004:1B, July 21
"Council dangles incentive carrot to get businesses," 2004:1B, Oct. 4
"Council delays code change," 2004:1A, Apr. 21
"Council grills Riverwalk developer," 2004:1A, Apr. 7
"Council hires Riverwalk lawyer," 2004:1A, May 19
"Council makeup gets OK," 2004:1A, Aug. 19
"Council makeup stymies charter commission," 2004:2B, Aug. 14
"Council may rethink fines increase," Feb. 11 2004:1A
"Council mulls pay hike for next mayor," 2004:1B, Jan.7
"Council ponders election issues," 2004:1B, Feb. 2
"Council questions expenses in budget," 2004:1B, Oct. 20
"Council questions overpass progress," 2004:1B, Oct. 6
"Council rolls back millage," 2004:1B, Sept. 8
"Council supports expanding Airline," 2004:1B, May 5
"Council vows to roll back millages," 2004:1A, Sept. 7
"Council weighs $250,000 for Budget Phone," 2004:2B, Sept. 22
"Council: Bossier City festival laws unclear," 2004:1B, Aug. 26
"Finance director warns against millage change," 2004:1B, Sept. 1
"Homeowners warned about BAFB noise," 2004:4B, June 16
"Officials agree to tennis complex," 2004:1B, Nov. 17
"Overpass construction expected to begin in June," 2004:1B, Dec. 22
"Park's first phase to cost one-tenth of funds," 2004:1B, Sept. 1
"Plan for tennis complex draws cheers and jeers," 2004:1A, Dec. 13
"Property taxes focus of forum," 2004:1B, Aug. 31
"Proposed 2005 budget up 9%", 2004:4B, Oct. 13
"Riverwalk developer criticizes Bossier council's new hire," 2004:1B, May 26
"Sale of land to church approved," 2004:1B, Aug.4
"Section of city pinched off by BAFB," 2004:2B, Sept. 11
"Stiffer driving penalties in works," 2004:1B, Feb. 4
"Utility rate increase raised by panelists," 2004:1B, July 29
"Work on North Bossier Park under way," 2004:1B, Sept. 25
Bossier-City Government
"Bossier City hopes to buy generator," 2004:1B, Jan.13
"Bossier City motel razed," 2004:2B, Nov. 6
"Bossier City voters nix charter changes," 2004:1A, Apr. 18
"Bossier wins national award," 2004:2B, Sept. 25
"City lift station is under construction," 2004:3B, July 25
"Downtown Bossier's changing face," 2004:1A, June 20
"Former racquet, swim club coming down in Bossier City," 2004:1B, Jan. 12
"Levee Board moves forward with plan," 2004:1A, Nov. 15
"Project provides housing for low-income residents," 2004:2B, Oct. 2
"Report: Bossier City water safe," 2004:3B, July 17
Bossier-Correctional Facility
"Bossier lockup gets first scrutiny," 2004:1B, June 9
Bossier-Fire Dept.
"3 Bossier paramedics to join city SWAT team," 2004:2B, June 5
"Black firefighters group backs lawsuit," 2004:1A, Oct. 8
"Bossier City fire chief to be sworn in Friday," 2004:5B, Nov. 4
"Bossier firefighters dispute allegations," 2004:4B, Oct. 13
"Bossier gets new fire chief," 2004:1A, Nov. 6
"Brothers born to lead," 2004:1A, June 9
"Department keeps its Class 1 rating," 2004:2B, Aug. 21
"Firefighters claim suit has made them outcasts," 2004:1A, Oct. 26
"Firefighters raking in extra income," 2004:2B, Aug. 7
"Firefighters undergo specialized training," 2004:2B, Mar. 27
"New fire station to be built; crews relocate," 2004:4B, Aug. 2
"Operation Santa Claus kicks off 20th year," 2004:1B, Nov. 30
"Retired firefighters say goodbye to Station 2," 2004:1B, Aug. 7
"Sammy Halphen tapped as fire chief," 2004:1A, June 2
"Training begins for newest BCFD recruits," 2004:2B, Apr. 29
Bossier-Metropolitan Planning Commission
"Code allows stores near Barksdale," 2004:2B, Oct. 9
"MPC approves alcohol at Kobe," 2004:1B, Sept. 21
"MPC OKs list of new projects," 2004:2B, Dec. 25
"MPC, businesses debate development code," 2004:4B, Dec.15
"New business locations approved," 2004:4B, Oct. 19
"New sign laws to be reviewed," 2004:2B, Dec. 11
"Not in their back yard," 2004:1A, May 26
"Overlay district approved," 2004:1A, Dec. 21
"Plan requires changes in buildings," 2004:2B, Sept. 4
"Restaurants to serve alcohol," 2004:2B, Nov. 16
"Shopping centers planned," 2004:1B, Dec. 26
"Stockwell one of city's fastest growing," 2004:1A, Dec. 6
Bossier-Police Dept.
"Academy graduation includes time to remember," 2004:1A, Aug. 13
"Bossier certified in new state crime reporting system," 2004:2B, Apr. 21
"Bossier police chief opposes bills," 2004:1A, May 25
"Bossier police officer earns top honor," 2004:2B, July 9
"Bossier police will give away gun locks," 2004:2B, Apr. 13
"Brothers born to lead," 2004:1A, June 9
"Child seat training course helps officers save lives," 2004:1A, Sept. 25
"Community mourns loss," 2004:1A, Aug. 13
"Complaints of speeding on decrease," 2004:1B, May 25
"Fatality a reminder of job risk, officials say," 2004:3A, Aug. 12
"Funding to put more officers on streets," 2004:1B, Dec. 20
"Hutchinson recalled as understated, hardworking," 2004:1A, Aug. 13
"Let's hope we never hear those words again," 2004:2B, Aug. 14
"Mentally ill focus of police training," 2004:1A, Aug. 22
"Nine join ranks of Bossier City police," 2004:2A, Aug. 14
"Obituary: Hutchinson, Trey," 2004:3B, Aug. 13
"Officer died doing what he loved, father says," 2004:1A, Aug. 14
"Officer killed," 2004:1A, Aug. 12
"Officer laid to rest with honors," 2004:1A, Aug. 15
"Police chief takes drug test in wake of shooting," 2004:1B, Sept. 25
"Reserve academy graduates 10," 2004:4B, Aug. 4
Bossier-Shreveport Battle Wings
"Battle Wings fall to lowly Columbus," 2004:1C, May 22
"Battle Wings seek redemption," 2004:1C, May 21
"Battle Wings set home schedule," 2004:1C, Nov. 16
"Inside the Battle Wings," 2004:2C, 2004:3C, July 2, May 21
"Vipers too much for Wings," 2004:7C, May 16
"Wings face tough challenge," 2004:1C, July 23
"Wings finally return to CenturyTel," 2004:1C, Apr. 23
"Wings look to rebound," 2004:1C, Apr.30
"Wings look toward 2005," 2004:1C, Aug. 4
"Wings seek road win," 2004:2C, May 15
"Wings' French won't surrender," 2004:1C, Apr. 22
Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs
"2004 CHL All-Star game," 2004:1C, Jan. 22
"60 minutes to cup," 2004:1C, Apr. 25
"A dawn of a new era," 2004:1C, Oct. 22
"Brahmas bookend Mudbugs' schedule," 2004:1C, July 28
"Buck,' 'Soupy' left off Bugs roster," 2004:1C, Oct. 21
"Bugs add two to All-Star team," 2004:1C, Jan.6
"Bugs aim to school Laredo," 2004:1C, Mar. 9
"Bugs are on thin Ice," 2004:1B, Mar. 29
"Bugs assume control," 2004:1C, Mar. 21
"Bugs blast Thunder," 2004:1C, Apr. 3
"Bugs collapse in third period," 2004:1C, Mar. 28
"Bugs continue mastery of Brahmas," 2004:1C, Dec. 27
"Bugs event marks end of season," 2004:1A, May 1
"Bugs eye top spot in North," 2004: 1C, Mar. 2
"Bugs find no time to party," 2004:1C, Apr. 1
"Bugs give teenager an 'awesome' chance," 2004:4C, Oct. 15
"Bugs lead North to All-Star Game victory," 2004:1C, Jan. 23
"Bugs look to extend series lead," 2004:1C, Apr. 7
"Bugs lose All-Star," 2004:1C, Aug. 4
"Bugs may get highly touted rookie next week," 2004:4C, Oct. 14
"Bugs miss chance," 2004:1C, Apr. 26
"Bugs nip Ice for 1-0 lead," 2004:1C, Mar. 20
"Bugs one step away," 2004:1C, Apr. 10
"Bugs playoff bound," 2004: 1C, Mar.1
"Bugs prevail in 3-2 thriller," 2004:1C, Feb. 9
"Bugs put Indy on Ice," 2004:1C, Mar. 31
"Bugs return to Laredo," 2004:1C, Nov. 11
"Bugs set for 'huge' homestand," 2004:1C, Jan. 30
"Bugs shoot for 2-1 lead," 2004:1C, Apr. 22
"Bugs stomp Rayz," 2004:1C, Mar. 8
"Bugs take control," 2004:1C, Apr. 23
"Bugs take Finals step," 2004:1C, Apr. 11
"Bugs win 15th straight game at home," 2004:1C, Feb. 16
"Bugs win division," 2004:1C, Mar. 6
"Bugs win over area," 2004:1C, Nov. 19
"Captain search," 2004:1C, Oct. 19
"CHL puts replay decision on ice," 2004:1C, June 6
"Controversy reigns," 2004:1C, Apr. 29
"Cup now a border war," 2004:1C, Apr.27
"Decision spoils fantastic series," 2004:1C, Apr. 29
"Fans voice anger over judge's call," 2004:1A, Apr.30
"Game 7 showdown set," 2004:1C, Apr. 28
"'I'm here for the fans'", 2004:1A, Mar. 17
"Injury to Mudbugs player under review," 2004:1A, Mar. 30
"Is replay feasible?", 2004:1C, May 9
"Laredo declines season opener vs. Bugs," 2004:1C, July 23
"Laredo downs Bugs in opener," 2004:1C, Apr. 20
"Last shot at glory," 2004:4C, Mar. 19
"Long, rough trip for Bugs," 2004:3C, Jan. 30
"MacPherson signs with Mudbugs," 2004:1C, Oct. 12
"Mudbugs add new owner," 2004:1A, Mar. 16
"Mudbugs beat Brahmas for 5th straight win," 2004:15C, Jan.4
"Mudbugs bully Fort Worth again," 2004:1C, Oct. 23
"Mudbugs clock Memphis," 2004:2C, Feb. 1
"Mudbugs coach has no memory of miracle," 2004:1C, Mar. 2
"Mudbugs cruise in win," 2004:1C, Jan. 19
"Mudbugs even series," 2004:1C, Apr. 21
"Mudbugs lose in shootout," 2004:1C, Feb. 7
"Mudbugs playoffs," 2004:2C, Mar. 31
"Mudbugs rally past Brahmas," 2004:1C, Feb. 4
"Mudbugs re-sign goalie Ken Carroll," 2004:1C, July 16
"Mudbugs thrash Cotton Kings, 5-1," 2004:1C, Jan. 17
"Mudbugs win in shootout," 2004:1C, Jan. 31
"Mudbugs win opening game in close fashion," 2004:1C, Mar. 20
"Roster littered with Bossier-Shreveport names," 2004:1C, Jan. 22
"Season forever memorable," 2004:1C, May 5
"Sprott a no-show at Bugs camp," 2004:1C, Oct. 14
"Talented line carries Mudbugs into first place," 2004:1C, Jan. 16
"Tales from the swamp," 2004:4C, Dec. 31
"Team sets bar for future success," 2004:1C, May 5
"Thunder at Mudbugs," 2004:1C, Apr. 2
"Time for Bugs to retune," 2004:3C, Feb. 6
"Title rests with goalies," 2004:1C, Apr. 23
"Two bugs are All-Stars," 2004:1C, Dec. 30
"Ultimate playoff hockey," 2004:1C, Mar. 30
BPAR
"Bossier opens pools, new spraygound," 2004:5B, May 31
"Judge rules against BPAR in 'contract suit'", 2004:1C, Feb. 4
"Park plan gathering momentum," 2004:1B, June 13
"Sports 'contract' suit trial to open Tuesday," 2004:1A, Feb. 2
Breaux, Sen. John
"Breaux feted at convention," 2004:1B, July 29
"Breaux may trade political spotlight for studio lights," 2004:1A, Nov. 17
"Breaux nominates Edwards for vice president," 2004:2A, July 30
"Breaux takes bows at D.C. Mardi Gras," 2004:1B, Feb. 15
"Breaux's retirement big loss for Senate," 2004:1A, Dec. 30
"Coastal protection has a hero in Breaux," 2004:1B, May 29
"Double whammy of Tauzin, Breaux retiring to hurt La.", 2004:4B, Feb. 5
"Health care is focus of summit," 2004:1A, Jan. 19
"Hundreds gather for D.C. Mardi Gras," 2004:4A, Feb. 14
"I'm not going to be picked'", 2004:1A, June 13
"Iraqis should step up to the plate'", 2004:2A, June 27
"La. congressional delegation has out-to-state support," 2004:1B, Mar. 22
"La. senators reveal personal finances," 2004:4B, June 15
"Louisiana lawmakers measure address from different angles," 2004:3A, Jan. 21
"Officials lobby for highway funds," 2004:2B, July 17
"Panel: La. should own site," 2004:1B, Oct. 9
"Senate rejects efforts to outlaw gay marriage," 2004:1A, July 15
Bridges
"Audit dings city for lax oversight" [Twelve Mile Bayou], 2004:1A, Feb. 24
"Girder failure prompts Natchitoches' bridge closure," 2004:1B, Jan.13
"Proposed development near Jimmie Davis Bridge face challenges," 2004:1I, Nov. 14
"Rain hinders bridge project" (Swan Lake), 2004:1B, June 15
"Texas Street bridge cracked," 2004:1A, July 14
"Yor-wic to repay city for Twelve Mile Bayou bridge work," 2004:1A, Feb. 25
Brooks, Jerry Tim
"Brooks will be remembered for his two loves," 2004:1A, May 14
"Caddo board member dies," 2004:1A, May 13
"Life's study ends for Jerry Brooks," 2004:1A, May 23
"Tribute to Brooks: Council to vote on renaming," 2004:1B, May 19
Brown, Algie D.
"Attorney and former state legislator dies," 2004:3B, Oct. 30
"Obituary," 2004:4B, Oct. 31
Brown, Jim
"Pardon board may not get to Brown's case today," 2004:1B, Feb. 3
Burrell, Rep. Roy
"Burrell's residency raises questions," 2004:1A, Jan. 22
"Burrell: 'I followed the law'", 2004:1A, Jan. 23
"House appoints legal counsel for Burrell," 2004:1A, Jan. 28
"Opinion sought on Roy Burrell's residency," 2004:1B, Jan. 24
Bush, Laura
"First lady praises husband, touches on issues," 2004:1A, Oct. 1
"Laura Bush to speak at Vitter fund-raiser," 2004:1A, Sept. 30
"Laura Bush to visit area," 2004:1A, Sept. 24
Byrd High School
"Alumni to hold Hall of Fame ceremonies," 2004:4B, Oct. 14
"Byrd High School deals with deaths of two of its students," 2004:1B, Apr. 8
"Classes resume in wake of outage," 2004:1B, Aug. 27

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Caddo Lake
"Preserving 'a priceless asset'", 2004:6C, May 9
Caddo Parish
"Alcohol sales in Hosston: Round 4," 2004:1B, July 16
"Fire district receives interest-free vehicle loans," 2004:1B, May 31
"Fire districts seek merger, higher taxes," 2004:1B, Nov. 14
"Keithville could lose fire protection," 2004:1B, May 10
"Parish vehicles: Perks or necessities?", 2004:1A, Feb. 15
"Property taxes a source of confusion," 2004:1A, Dec. 12
"Public defenders represent 'the popular and the unpopular'", 2004:1B, Feb. 14
"Study eyes funding, staffing problems" [Indigent Defender's Office], 2004:1B, July 24
Caddo-Bossier Port Commission
"State plans to borrow $500M in October," 2004:5A, Sept. 24
Caddo-Correctional Center
"Caddo prison still struggles for space for inmates," 2004:1A, Aug.5
"Commander of 30 years announces plans to retire," 2004:3B, Sept. 14
"Court overturns ruling on CCC," 2004:1A, Jan. 29
"Dispute over jail funding not over," 2004:1A, Feb. 8
"Officials join to stop illegal purchases of firemans," 2004:11B, Oct. 22
"Police plan for opening of new jail," 2004:1A, Mar. 16
Caddo-Office of Homeland Security
"System boosts efficiency in emergencies," 2004:1B, June 11
CadParish-Commission
"Caddo Commission silent about layoffs," 2004:2B, Feb. 20
"Caddo eyes hiring freeze," 2004:1B, Jan. 15
"Caddo Parish hears assessment appeals," 2004:1B, Sept. 21
"Commission mulls rolling trax rates forward," 2004:6A, Aug.20
"Commission rejects truck stop casino," 2004:1A, June 18
"Commissioner questions motive behind firing," 2004:1A, Aug. 10
"Court overturns ruling on CCC," 2004:1A, Jan. 29
"Deadly intersection concerns commissioner," 2004:3B, Nov. 16
"Dispute over jail funding not over," 2004:1A, Feb. 8
"Effort thwarts truck stop casino proposal," 2004:1A, July 8
"Hanna fights call to step down," 2004:1A, Aug.6
"Juvenile drug court faces cuts," 2004:1B, Oct. 29
"Members favor truce in dispute," 2004:1B, Dec.7
"Parish considers new boarding fees in animal cruelty cases," 2004:1A, Apr. 7
"Parish decreases tax rates," 2004:1B, Sept. 10
"Parish pink slips provoke questions," 2004:1A, Feb. 6
"Proposed tax to aid juvenile justice," 2004:1A, Apr. 23
"Residents oppose La. 1 truck stop," 2004:1B, June 16
"Supreme Court returns case to 2nd Circuit," 2004:1A, Dec. 2
"Tax election appears imminent," Feb. 11 2004:1A
CadParish-Courthouse
"Courthouse renovations nearly complete," 2004:1B, Sept. 30
CadParish-Juvenile Detention Center
"Center schedules activities," 2004:1B, Nov. 29
CadParish-Juvenile Justice Complex
"No increase could mean program cuts," 2004:1A, July 19
"Programs hinge on tax election," 2004:1A, June 14
"Voters: No to juvenile justice tax," 2004:1A, July 18
CadParish-Magnet High School
"Academic decathlon team members pursue medals," 2004:2B, May 16
"Edward Albee," 2004:1D, Feb. 16
CadParish-School Board
"$88.29M proposal heads to voters," 2004:1A, Jan. 28
"'Upstairs Room' spurs complaint from mother," 2004:1B, Apr. 28
"2 schools add math, science offerings," 2004:1B, Mar. 9
"3 seek Caddo School Board District 8 seat," 2004:1B, Jan.6
"Aides move closer to new pay scale," 2004:1A, Oct. 4
"Alumni group urges Caddo board not to rename school," 2004: 3B, May 17
"Applications sought for School Board vacancy," 2004:4B, May 15
"Board again to seek attorney's proposals," 2004:1B, Oct. 9
"Board declares seat vacant," 2004:1B, July 27
"Board delays bond vote," 2004:1A, Jan. 21
"Board fills District 7 vacancy," 2004:1B, July 31
"Board mulls one-time bonus, pay raises," 2004:1B, Sept. 8
"Board OKs bare-bones budget," 2004:1B, May 19
"Board scraps high school majors," 2004:1A, Feb. 20
"Board struggles with pay issues," 2004:1B, Jan. 24
"Board taps Capt. Shreve educator for principalship," 2004:3B, Mar. 3
"Board to appoint someone to seat," 2004:1B, July 23
"Board to revisit its 2004-05 calendar," 2004:1B, Feb. 6
"Board to revisit staffing needs," 2004:1B, Apr. 25
"Board to weigh Fair Share plan," 2004:1B, Jan. 15
"Board to weigh spending priorities," 2004:1A, Mar. 22
"Board to weigh uses for extra money," 2004:1B, July 12
"Board weighs income against its spending," 2004:1A, Nov. 19
"Board weighs options to reduce legal fees," 2004:2B, Feb. 6
"Bond issue did face some opposition," 2004:1A, Apr. 19
"BTW alumni question pace of book replacement," 2004:1B, Jan. 23
"Caddo approves raise, one-time supplement," 2004:1B, Sept. 22
"Caddo board eyes no-growth budget," 2004:1A, May 1
"Caddo board member dies," 2004:1A, May 13
"Caddo confronts principal openings," 2004:1A, Aug. 8
"Caddo hires consultant," 2004:1B, Nov. 5
"Caddo improves substitute teacher program," 2004:1B, Oct. 23
"Caddo OKs teacher raises," 2004:1A, Mar. 17
"Caddo panel ponders $84M bond proposal," 2004:1A, Jan. 9
"Caddo parish to deal with substitute staffing in-house," 2004:1B, July 14
"Caddo petitions for $2.5M grant," 2004:1B, May 16
"Caddo School Board sets monthly agenda," 2004:1B, Aug.4
"Caddo school bus stops info goes high tech," 2004:1B, Aug. 12
"Caddo school employees may get 3% raise," 2004:1A, July 31
"Caddo schools plan aims to boost minority spending," 2004:1A, Mar. 9
"Caddo schools' attorney fees triple," 2004:1B, Jan.3
"Caddo schools' Festavan to retire," 2004:1B, Dec. 6
"Caddo seeks $1M for teacher training," 2004:1B, Feb. 16
"Caddo swears in new members," 2004:1B, Mar. 26
"Caddo teachers consider complaint over bond proposal," 2004:1A, Mar. 26
"Caddo to consider $88.29M proposal," 2004:1B, Jan. 16
"Caddo to postpone substitute teacher decision," 2004:1B, May 13
"Caddo to review facility studies," 2004:1B, June 19
"Caddo to weigh calendar change," 2004:1A, Jan.8
"Caddo urged to address Fair Share," 2004:1B, Jan.13
"Caddo's new buses offer air conditioning," 2004:1A, Jan. 23
"Committee suggests using money for lighting," 2004:1B, Jan. 27
"Critton named interim member," 2004:1B, May 21
"Employees to get $366 one-time pay supplement," 2004:3B, Nov. 17
"Ex-student sues over expulsion," 2004:1B, Feb. 12
"Exam to be field-tested in the spring," 2004:2B, Sept. 30
"First round of projects money due midsummer," 2004:1B, May 18
"Four apply to fill seat on School Board," 2004:1B, July 30
"Interest to swing below projections," 2004:1B, June 16
"Interim board member dies," 2004:1A, July 22
"Issues noted by parents, teachers," 2004:1B, Jan. 12
"Jailed marcher receives diploma 41 years later," 2004:1B, Dec.8
"Judge dismisses lawsuit against School Board," 2004:4B, Feb. 10
"Lawsuit settled for $1M," 2004:1B, July 7
"Lawyer sues board over open-records request," 2004:1B, Jan. 17
"Leader takes 'visible' approach," 2004:1A, Aug. 1
"Legal services proffer draws 13 proposals," 2004:2B, Dec.8
"Legal services proposals offer range of fees," 2004:2B, Dec. 22
"Meal price increases approved," 2004:1A, June 16
"Members map out 'worst-case' plan," 2004:1B, May 11
"Newcomers win Caddo board seats," 2004:1B, Mar. 10
"Non profit pitches charter school to Caddo," 2004:1B, Nov. 3
"Norris Ferry land up for sale once again," 2004:1B, Mar. 17
"Overtime approved for bus drivers," 2004:1A, June 2
"Panel to review budget," 2004:1B, May 5
"Panel to study bond proposal," 2004:2B, Jan.8
"Panelists discuss links between community, schools," 2004:1B, Sept. 28
"Pay raises on the table for Caddo school employees," 2004:1A, Sept. 4
"Pay raises plan fails in Caddo," 2004:1A, Aug. 18
"Proponents tout $88.29M Caddo Parish school bond," 2004:1B, Apr. 8
"Public helps bid for books," 2004:1B, Jan. 30
"Rates may be rolled forward," 2004:1B, July 11
"Schiller faces ouster from ILL education post," 2004:4B, Sept. 21
"School Board taps chamber employee for Fair Share job," 2004:6B, June 5
"School closures possible," 2004:1A, Oct. 20
"Schools make the call: No cell phones," 2004:1A, Aug. 24
"Schools' names to honor leaders," 2004:1B, Apr. 26
"Seaton chosen for School Board seat," 2004:1B, Jan.7
"Semester to end after Christmas," 2004:1A, Feb. 18
"Services set for interim School Board member," 2004:3B, July 24
"Study of buildings begins," 2004:1B, Aug. 22
"Superintendent to look at pickup policies," 2004:1A, Nov. 17
"Three Shreveport residents seek District 7 seat," 2004:2B, May 20
"Trial nears in school construction suit," 2004:1B, May 28
"Truancy crackdown to begin," 2004:1B, Aug. 23
"Unfinished projects back on Caddo ballot," 2004:1A, Apr. 11
"Work on Caddo gyms may begin this year," 2004:1A, Aug. 27
CadParish-Schools
"$20K aid helps pay the fees," 2004:1B, Dec. 25
"10 seek Youree Drive school post," 2004:1B, Feb. 29
"5-year plan to replace BTW books under way," 2004:1A, Jan. 27
"60 plus area schools earn Path of Excellence awards," 2004:2B, Mar. 17
"Area has trouble keeping teachers," 2004:1A, Aug. 17
"Area schools, students face tougher standards," 2004:1A, Mar. 13
"Back to School," 2004:SS, July 30
"Bethune to receive new principal," 2004:3A, Aug. 18
"Bethune tutoring may begin in November," 2004:1A, Oct. 11
"Budding artists raise money" [Riverside], 2004:1B, Dec. 4
"Byrd loses principal to Central Office post," 2004:1B, Dec. 15
"Caddo grows slightly but falls in overall rankings," 2004:3A, Apr. 21
"Caddo launches distance learning class," 2004:1B, Jan.8
"Caddo officials seek grant to improve students behavior," 2004:1A, Apr. 13
"Caddo schedules summer retesting," 2004:4B, July 5
"Caddo stays course for long road ahead," 2004:1A, Oct. 26
"Caddo students head for break, remediation," 2004:1A, May 27
"Ceremonial meal caps study of presidents" [Eden Gardens], 2004:1B, Nov. 13
"Enrollment drop could mean less funding," 2004:1A, Nov. 1
"Event targets nutrition," 2004:1B, Mar. 14
"Former charter school operator sues Caddo system," 2004:1A, Jan. 26
"Free-tutoring presentation draws few Bethune parents," 2004:4B, Sept. 21
"Graduation 2004," 2004:SS, May 4
"Group seeks grant to fund after-school tutoring program," 2004:1B, Sept. 13
"Judson Elementary earns national school award," 2004:1B, Sept. 15
"Keithville students build robots," 2004:1A, Dec. 11
"Less than 10% of Bethune students request transfers," 2004:1B, Aug. 25
"Longtime principal marks final days at A.C. Steere," 2004:1B, May 27
"Magnet schools maintain popularity in Caddo," 2004:1A, Nov. 22
"Officials: 4th graders spoiled state results," 2004:1A, May 8
"Our learning community," 2004:SS, May 16
"Program aims to improve students' reading skills," 2004:1A, Nov. 14
"Riverside 4th grader to report for national magazine," 2004:1A, Sept. 22
"School is in session: Drive with caution," 2004:1A, Aug. 16
"Schools' standings improve," 2004:1A, Aug. 10
"Six schools to get wings with 1997 bond money," 2004:1B, June 30
"South Highlands moves closer to performing arts center," 2004:2B, Oct. 7
"Southern Hills kicks off western theme," 2004:1B, Sept. 2
"Students face moment of truth as testing begins," 2004:3B, Mar. 15
"Students get instant feedback" [University], 2004:1B, Dec.7
"Students receive standardized test results," 2004:1B, May 8
"Students seek high-tech solutions," 2004:2B, Feb. 29
"Study: Debt on rise for public schools," 2004:1A, June 14
"System seeks 4500K grant," 2004:1B, July 26
"System to give details of tutoring," 2004:1B, Sept. 19
"Teacher union chief visits Shreveport," 2004:1B, Mar. 12
"Virus blitzes Internet access," 2004:1A, Apr. 22
"What's for lunch?", 2004:1A, Dec. 19
CadParish-Sheriff's Office
"40 graduate from training academy," 2004:1B, Mar. 30
"Caddo forms full-time marine patrol," 2004:1B, Jan.5
"Caddo high in highway fatalities," 2004:1A, Sept. 2
"Caddo Parish rounding up violators," 2004:6B, Aug. 1
"Caddo sheriff starts his 2nd term today," 2004:1B, July 1
"Caddo unveils program to aid memory impaired," 2004:2B, Jan. 15
"City to pay parish to hold inmates," 2004:1B, Mar. 19
"City, parish merge narcotics units," 2004:1A, Mar. 9
"Conflict brews over cockfighting," 2004:1A, Jan.10
"Court overturns ruling on CCC," 2004:1A, Jan. 29
"Deputies continue hunt of violators," 2004:1A, Dec. 29
"Deputies prepare for worst," 2004:1B, Feb. 12
"Dispute over jail funding not over," 2004:1A, Feb. 8
"Firearms training for youth returns," 2004:1B, June 14
"Freshmen learn how to tackle college danger," 2004:1A, July 28
"Funding to put more officers on streets," 2004:1B, Dec. 20
"Judge: Caddo sheriff can't stop cockfights," 2004:1B, Feb. 4
"Police plan for opening of new jail," 2004:1A, Mar. 16
"Prator: No roll forward on taxes," 2004:1A, Sept. 8
"Program to help memory-impaired," 2004:1B, Jan. 19
"Property taxes hit residents hard," 2004:1A, Dec. 1
"Recreational program gets kids off street," 2004:1B, June 22
"Responders get quick course in emergency response," 2004:5B, Feb. 1
"Seat belt law violators get penalized," 2004:1B, June 1
"Shattered forever," 2004:1A, Sept. 2
"Sheriff forms cold case squad," 2004:1B, Apr. 9
"Sheriff shares lesson about his ID theft," 2004:1B, Oct. 16
"Sheriff tapped for state appointment," 2004:4B, Aug. 4
"Sheriff's crash team aims to make Caddo roads safe," 2004:1B, Jan.14
"Supreme Court returns case to 2nd Circuit," 2004:1A, Dec. 2
Campbell, Foster
"BellSouth to provide service for town of Mink," 2004:2B, Jan. 21
"Campbell stages low-show meeting," 2004:1B, Oct. 29
"Tiny Louisiana towns still get by without phone service," 2004:5B, Jan. 19
Catholic Church
"Bishop Friend suffers stroke," 2004:1B, Feb. 23
"Catholic bishop to celebrate 25th anniversary," 2004:1B, Nov. 7
"Catholic diocese fares well in national abuse report," 2004:1B, Jan.7
"Group to promote religious life," 2004:1B, Jan. 12
"Mexican community starts Christmas tradition," 2004:2B, Dec. 16
"Shreveport Catholic schools hold unified open house," 2004:1B, Nov. 15
"Shreveport diocese tackles priests' shortage," 2004:1A, June 13
Cemeteries
"Loggers expose Caddo's oldest cemetery," 2004:1B, Nov. 1
Centenary College
"'Bubble Rap' showcases local comic, graphic artists," 2004:1D, Oct. 7
"Baroque Artists to perform Sunday," 2004:2D, Mar. 9
"Centenary awards 227 degrees," 2004:3B, May 22
"Centenary ex-coach quit amid allegations," 2004:1A, May 2
"Centenary prepares to see books," 2004:1D, Sept. 9
"Centenary theater faces end of era," 2004:4A, Oct. 27
"Centenary to present 'Rhapsody'", 2004:3D, Nov. 9
"Centenary to revive Kollege Kapers," 2004:3D, Apr. 13
"Choir to perform at White House," 2004:1B, Dec. 6
"College music series schedules vocal recital," 2004:3D, Jan. 20
"College setting for state Supreme Court cases," 2004:1B, Mar. 2
"Colorful personalities captured in caricatures," 2004:1D, Nov. 30
"Documentarian to screen award-winning work," 2004:2D, Nov. 9
"Endowed professorships honor local business people," 2004:6A, Sept. 1
"Film Society begins movie showings," 2004:2D, Sept. 30
"Film Society begins new season," 2004:2D, Feb. 3
"Guitar trio to perform at Centenary on Friday," 2004:2D, Apr. 15
"Music on the half shell," 2004:1D, June 22
"Pianist to present recital," 2004:2D, Sept. 30
"Piano recital to feature professors," 2004:2D, Nov. 16
"Piano trio to perform concert Sunday," 2004:2D, Apr. 27
"Planned giving," 2004:1I, Oct. 24
"Professor's work to be published" [Douglas Rust], 2004:2D, June 15
"Quintet hopes audience will be 'Blown Away'", 2004:2D, Oct. 19
"Shenandoah Express performs at Centenary," 2004:5E, Sept. 17
"Trainers serve part-time role for Centenary College teams," 2004:1A, Oct. 21
"Two writers to receive 2004 Corrington Award," 2004:4B, Nov. 8
CenterPoint Energy
"Gas utility rates rise for local customers," 2004:6B, Aug. 12
Central Colored High School
"Alumni group urges Caddo board not to rename school," 2004: 3B, May 17
CenturyTel Center
"'70s R&B band still popular," 2004:1D, May 4
"Alan Jackson and Martina McBride," 2004:15E, Mar. 26
"Amy Grant'", 2004:1D, Feb. 10
"Arena ranks in top 50 for ticket sales," 2004:8B, July 17
"Arena to get new leader," 2004:6B, Sept. 22
"Blue collar comedian comes to CenturyTel," 2004:5E, Oct. 15
"CenturyTel confirms its March concerts," 2004:1B, Jan. 31
"CenturyTel offers diverse entertainment," 2004:7M, May 30
"Chesney had fans wanting to go home with him," 2004:4B, Apr. 16
"Christian music star to perform," 2004:2D, Sept. 28
"Circus brings smiles, $7 snow cones," 2004:1B, Aug. 8
"Elton John to return to CenturyTel Center," 2004:1A, Nov. 23
"Family welfare champion to conduct pre-election rally," 2004:3B, Aug. 25
"Gaither Homecoming returns to CenturyTel," 2004:5E, Oct. 22
"James Dobson's family rally attracts thousands," 2004:1A, Sept. 29
"Kid Rock defies genres," 2004:16E, Feb. 27
"National Black Rodeo," 2004:13E, Nov. 12
"One for the fans," 2004:2B, Mar. 27
"Rock veterans KISS to play CenturyTel," 2004:1B, July 2
"What's in a name?", 2004:6M, May 30
"WWE event to double as Mid-South homecoming," 2004:4A, Aug. 21
"WWE rolls 'Raw' into CenturyTel," 2004:12E, Sept. 17
Cheek, Sen. Sherri
"Cheek to pay for Sugar Bowl tickets relay," 2004:1B, Jan. 20
Chimp Haven
"Chimp habitats take form at Eddie Jones park," 2004:1A, June 15
"Chimp Haven sets festival Apr. 25," 2004:5B, Apr. 18
"Chimp Haven steps closer to opening," 2004:1A, Oct. 2
"Concert to benefit chimps," 2004:5E, Nov. 5
"Officials dedicate first Chimp Haven buildings," 2004:1A, Nov. 13
"Rain doesn't damper Chimp Haven Festival," 2004:1B, Apr. 26
"Zoo supporters hope Chimp Haven will boost their efforts," 2004:1A, Nov. 5
Christian Services
"Many come to learn from Poor Man's Supper," 2004:1B, Nov. 15
"Poor Man's Supper raises funds, awareness," 2004:1D, Nov. 10
"Soup kitchen opens in former cafe," 2004:4B, July 3
Christus Schumpert Health System
"Athlete physicals identify possible problems," 2004:1B, Aug.5
"Care Caddy rolls into Cedar Grove," 2004:1B, Apr. 20
"Children's Hospital to be built," 2004:1A, Dec.7
"Christus backs children's hospital," 2004:1A, Feb. 22
"Community meets needs, from birth to death," 2004:1D, Aug. 29
"Highland plans two-story expansion," 2004:6B, Feb. 6
"Hospitals avoid pope's feeding tube directive," 2004:1A, Apr. 17
"Hospitals challenge employees' fitness," 2004:1B, Dec. 9
"Lullaby heralds new arrivals at hospitals," 2004:1B, Aug. 19
"Mobile health unit rolls into Allendale," 2004:1I, Feb. 22
"Neonatal care unit to open at Schumpert," 2004:6B, Apr. 21
"New infant intensive care unit," 2004:1B, Apr. 26
"New procedure cuts down on pain, recovery time," 2004:1A, Feb. 3
"Program aims to lift spirits of cancer patients," 2004:1D, Aug. 1
"Puffing their way to better health," 2004:1B, Apr. 22
"Schumpert to lose leader," 2004:1A, Apr. 9
Civil Rights
"Breaking down barriers," 2004:1A, Feb. 23
"Civil Rights leader gets apology 40 years later," 2004:1A, Feb. 23
"Jailed civil rights marcher receives diploma 41 years later," 2004:1B, Dec.8
Civil War
"A piece of Civil War history reconstructed," 2004:1B, Apr. 5
"Battlefield preservationists enlist help of satellite image," 2004:1B, Feb. 10
"Black soldier shares battlefield history," 2004:2B, Apr. 6
"Cannoneer missed at remembrance," 2004:1B, June 6
"Historian hopes to get support for local SUVCW chapter," 2004:1B, Jan. 26
"History group shifts base to Bossier City," 2004:2B, Oct. 9
"Louisiana gets back Civil War-era saddle," 2004:2B, Oct. 26
"Mansfield battle field in endangered top 10," 2004:1B, Feb. 26
"Re-enactors clash in Battle of Mansfield," 2004:1A, Apr. 4
"Re-enactors gathering today for battle re-enactment," 2004:2B, Apr. 3
"SLU students build replica of Civil War submarine," 2004:3B, Oct. 14
"U.S. Military Academy cadets get close with Civil War," 2004:1B, June 3
"VA Medical Center's parking expansion worries local historians," 2004:1B, Nov. 9
Cliburn, Van
"Cliburn named 'Friend' to Russia," 2004:3D, Sept. 21
Coleman, Don
"Local builder found dead," 2004:1A, Aug.20
"Obituary," 2004:4B, Aug. 22
Community Services
"211 line now open for calls" [Centerpoint], 2004:1B, Oct. 1
"Adult learning program aims to renew community," 2004:1B, Oct. 2
"Agency hopes to raise $20,000 for seniors' meals," 2004:1B, Mar. 12
"Agency looks to increase its volunteer base" [CCA], 2004:1B, Mar. 29
"Blanco applauds Community Renewal efforts," 2004:1B, July 24
"Boys & Girls Clubs hopes for new facility," 2004:1A, Nov. 12
"Care Caddy rolls into Cedar Grove," 2004:1B, Apr. 20
"Center for addicted teenagers opens" [Cavanaugh Center], 2004:1A, Feb. 10
"Community development office faces major cuts," 2004:1A, Dec. 28
"Community Foundation gets new director," 2004:1B, Mar. 30
"Community meets health needs, from birth to death," 2004:1D, Aug. 29
"Community Renewal celebrates 10 years," 2004:1A, June21
"Community Renewal helps man find new life in art," 2004:1B, Nov. 3
"Community Renewal now touches Africa," 2004:1A, Nov. 12
"Community Renewal shows off to out-of-towners," 2004:1B, Mar. 17
"Council on Aging to help seniors with drug cards," 2004:2B, June 17
"Day shelter services to move to Holy Cross Hope House," 2004:1A, Oct. 1
"Drug assistance program begins in region," 2004:2B, Sept. 30
"Event links homeless with services," 2004:1A, Oct. 30
"First medical screening reaches area homeless," 2004:1A, Mar. 17
"Food program in jeopardy" [Rescue Mission], 2004:1A, Dec. 31
"Foundation to help fund local Boys, Girls Club," 2004:1B, May 31
"Fund-raiser for Oakwood Home for Women," 2004:1A, July 12
"Funding fallout" [United Way], 2004:1A, Mar. 28
"Gingerbread House to hold child safety events," 2004:1B, Oct. 19
"God's work doesn't rest" [Rescue Mission], 2004:1B, Nov. 26
"Golf tourney to benefit Salvation Army clubs," 2004:2B, Apr. 2
"Goodwill seeking cyclists, volunteers," 2004:5B, July 20
"Goodwill to collect old computers, electronics," 2004:1B, Nov. 12
"Highland Center, VOA merge," 2004:1B, Nov. 20
"Homeless group gets $2.7M in federal money" [HOPE], Feb. 11 2004:1B
"Lighthouse Jamboree features food, auction, mosaics," 2004:1D, Aug. 26
"Motorist Assistance patrol racks up the miles," 2004:1A, June 17
"NCCJ closes operation locally," 2004:3A, Oct. 8
"One gives $105,000 to agency" [United Way], 2004:1B, Dec.8
"Program allows disabled workers to retain benefits," 2004:8B, July 17
"Program helps men affected by abortion," 2004:1A, Mar. 8
"Program sees spike in families in need" [FINS], 2004:1A, Nov. 8
"Red Cross cancels flu clinics," 2004:3A, Oct. 9
"Rescue Mission kicks off-raising campaign," 2004:1B, Apr. 5
"Rescue Mission provides basics for Christmas," 2004:1B, Dec. 15
"Rescue Mission seeks funds for facility," 2004:1B, Feb. 5
"Running on empty," 2004:1A, Apr. 17
"Salvation Army gets $500,000 from Sams' Town," 2004:6B, Aug. 21
"Salvation Army prepares for big Christmas," 2004:1B, Oct. 28
"Salvation Army sees influx of children," 2004:1B, Aug. 8
"Salvation Army steps up drive for food donations," 2004:2B, Apr. 14
"Salvation finishes another big year," 2004:1B, Dec. 25
"The Salvation Army puts kettles in new places," 2004:1A, Nov. 13
"United Way campaign off to a promising start," 2004:1B, Aug.20
"United Way drops funding 15 percent," 2004:1A, Mar. 23
"United Way hopes giving increases," 2004:1B, Aug. 15
"United Way nets $2.6M and honors local judge," 2004:2B, Feb. 28
"United Way sees $200K increase," 2004:1A, Dec. 3
"VOA helps people through Joy Fund," 2004:1A, Nov. 20
"VOA open house reunites families, friends," 2004:1B, Dec. 6
"Workers to keep volunteer services" [CASA], 2004:1A, Feb. 9
Cotton
"La. left behind in cotton's bumper crop," 2004:1I, Aug. 22
Critton, Willie
"Mourners say farewell to late School Board member," 2004:3A, July 28
"Obituary," 2004:4B, July 25
"Services set for interim School Board member," 2004:3B, July 24
Cross Lake
"On tap: Community forum on water," 2004:1A, Sept. 26
"Preserving the reservoir," 2004:1B, Jan.7
"Study could spur multimillion-dollar dredging of water supply," 2004:1A, Jan.7
"Water could taste funny," 2004:1A, Jan. 24

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Davis, Jimmie
"Widow of former La. governor dies," 2004:3B, Mar. 8
Dawson, Jim
"Obituary," 2004:3B, Mar. 4
"Writer, attorney Dawson dies," 2004:1C, Mar. 4
DDA
"A man to lead downtown," 2004:1A, Nov. 7
"Agency commits $40,000 for statue," 2004:1B, July 28
"Booting set for parking violators," 2004:1B, May 7
"Boots may have some walking," 2004:1B, Feb. 21
"Changes ride on fire, police tax bill," 2004:1A, June 17
"Couple converts abandoned building into home," 2004:8B, Dec. 24
"DDA gets local director," 2004:1A, Jan. 28
"DDA mulls new tactic for fine collection," 2004:1B, Oct. 27
"DDA Oks payment on statue," 2004:1B, Oct. 12
"DDA restrictions amended into tax bill," 2004:3A, June 15
"DDA sets $2.4m priority for downtown," 2004:1A, July 15
"DDA supports funding plan," 2004:1B, Apr. 28
"DDA to kick off $3M downtown upgrade plan," 2004:1A, Sept. 13
"DDA to pare list of finalists," 2004:2B, Jan.7
"DDA wants to know more about statue of Hilry Huckaby," 2004:1B, Dec. 29
"DDA wraps up interviews for top post," 2004:6B, Jan. 23
"Downtown is focus of new organization," 2004:1B, June 11
"Fund-raiser falling short for Elvis statue," 2004:1B, Sept. 13
"Funds sought for statue of Hilry Huckaby," 2004:1B, Dec. 21
"Guitar festival in the works for Shreveport," 2004:1A, Sept. 29
"Louisiana Film Center comes closer to reality," 2004:1A, Oct. 19
"Municipal, Texas Street celebrate the holidays," 2004:1D, Dec. 21
"Opening the window to NEVERLAND," 2004:1A, Aug. 18
"Parking garage to help downtown congestion," 2004:1B, Jan.8
"Parking violator gets the boot," 2004:1A, June 17
"Senator moves to depoliticize DDA appointing," 2004:1A, May 3
"Six make short list for DDA post," 2004:6B, Jan.8
"Tipitina's eyes city for music incubator," 2004:1A, Sept. 1
"Williams moves into DDA office," 2004:6B, Feb. 25
Dement, Mayor George
"Amtrak to test route to Bossier City," 2004:1B, Nov. 10
"Dement headed to dedication," 2004:1B, Aug. 26
"Dement turns on the holiday lights for last time," 2004:1B, Nov. 23
"Mayor, submarine to reunite," 2004:1B, June 17
"NAACP wants equity in Bossier City jobs," 2004:1A, Sept. 26
"Roast honors Dement," 2004:1B, Mar. 3
Desegregation
"Still seeking integration, 50 years later," 2004:1A, May 16
DeSoto Parish
"7 horses die in DeSoto Parish," 2004:1A, Sept. 10
"Attorney offers stinging words for DeSoto police juror," 2004:1B, Sept. 14
"Auditor questions utility's ability to stay afloat," 2004:1B, Aug. 25
"Board moves to finance schools project," 2004:3B, Oct. 10
"Bond proposal aims to ease tension in North DeSoto schools," 2004:1A, Sept. 9
"Building condition prompts subpoena," 2004:1B, Nov. 15
"Chamber gets highway plan update," 2004:2B, Sept. 22
"Clerk, assessor to open office," 2004:1B, Jan. 19
"DeSoto board consider paying E911 member to meet," 2004:1A, Sept. 22
"DeSoto board moves on bonds," 2004:1A, Dec. 10
"DeSoto bouncing back from economic doldrums," 2004:5B, Dec.7
"DeSoto E911 board turns down pay for meeting attendance," 2004:5B, Oct. 22
"DeSoto hospital receives high-tech bed," 2004:6B, July 28
"DeSoto includes airport in '04 budget," 2004:1B, Jan.4
"DeSoto lake worse off than Bistineau," 2004:1B, July 19
"DeSoto police juror oversteps authority," 2004:1B, Sept. 20
"DeSoto recommends against lot size change," 2004:1B, Jan. 9
"DeSoto rescinds Jan. 21 votes," 2004:1B, Feb. 12
"DeSoto sheriff gets into the saddle for second term," 2004:1B, June 25
"DeSoto sheriff proposes tax for employee pay," 2004:2B, Mar. 16
"DeSoto superintendent gets contract extension," 2004:2B, Apr. 13
"DeSoto teacher might face tenure hearing," 2004:1B, Feb. 28
"DeSoto to vote on raise" [Police Jury], 2004:1B, Dec. 12
"DeSoto, Sabine start paying taxes for deputy raises," 2004:1A, Oct. 4
"Former DeSoto employee arrested," 2004:1B, Feb. 5
"Former Sheriff dies after illness" [Frenchie Lambert], 2004:6B, Nov. 14
"Jena tribe may focus on home parishes," 2004:1A, Jan.8
"Jurors hope courthouse renovation gains OK," 2004:4B, May 6
"Justice attorney meets with DeSoto officials," 2004:1B, Sept. 2
"Justice wants strict limits on DeSoto Middle School," 2004:4B, Dec. 23
"Lee wants contract extension," 2004:1B, Apr. 12
"Lengthy agenda issued for Police Jury meeting," 2004:2B, Feb. 17
"Logansport may reduce chief's pay," 2004:1B, Feb. 12
"Logansport rallies to address drug problem," 2004:1A, July 30
"Mansfield church help jump-start fund raising for women's prison," 2004:1A, Dec. 20
"Mansfield mayor ends emergency program," 2004:1B, Nov. 16
"Name change irks many," Feb. 11 2004:1B
"Officials examine expenses," 2004:1B, Mar. 29
"Plaintiffs win suit against board," 2004:1B, Apr. 20
"Police juror wants office," 2004:1A, Sept. 13
"Police Jury warned Monday about courtroom's sound problem," 2004:3B, Nov. 16
"Raise proposed for Stonewall police as responsibilities grow," 2004:1B, Sept. 27
"Researchers plan water bird center in DeSoto Parish," 2004:1B, July 26
"Rural water system sues district body," 2004:1B, Feb. 14
"School Board awaits Justice approval," 2004:1A, Dec. 6
"School Board to consider DeSoto property purchase," 2004:1B, Mar. 21
"School proposed for North DeSoto," 2004:1B, May 7
"Schools make the call: No cell phones," 2004:1A, Aug. 24
"Schools struggle with personnel cuts," 2004:1B, May 23
"Stonewall police chief and officer get raises," 2004:4B, Oct. 14
"Teacher, bus driver to face hearings," 2004:1B, Mar. 2
"Truck stop welcomed in DeSoto," 2004:6B, Dec.8
"Two cities, similar price tags, different results," 2004:1A, Nov. 26
"Water rates go up for many DeSoto customers," 2004:4B, Jan. 28
Downtown Airport
"Airports director's ethics hearing postponed," 2004:4B, Oct. 14
"Project's completion means less waiting time," 2004:6B, Sept. 30
"Variety of activities planned Saturday," 2004:1B, Sept. 17
Downtown Shreveport
"Artist plans giant rose for downtown Shreveport," 2004:1A, Aug. 19
"Couple converts abandoned building into home," 2004:8B, Dec. 24
"Downtown building getting $1M makeover" [Hunter Bld.], 2004:1B, Dec. 28
"Downtown condos move closer to reality," 2004:6B, Dec. 2
"Downtown promises fun on Fourth of July," 2004:1B, July 3
"New owner breathes life into vacant downtown building," 2004:6B, July 16
"State plans to borrow $500M in October," 2004:5A, Sept. 24
"Steelwork completed on Johnston Visitor Center," 2004:1B, Oct. 11
"Teen club focus of dispute in Shreveport," 2004:1A, June 20
Downtown Shreveport Unlimited
"DSU reissues official landmark ornaments," 2004:2B, Apr. 14
Duke, David
"Duke leaves federal prison," 2004:1A, Apr. 10
"Duke may return to politicking in state," 2004:3B, Jan. 24
"Duke says he probably won't seek seat in Congress," 2004:2B, Feb. 12
Duncan, Meredith
"Duncan enters final LPGA event on a roll," 2004:6C, Oct. 7
"Duncan keeps swinging," 2004:1A, Mar. 7
"Duncan struggles in LPGA debut," 2004:1C, Mar. 12
"Duncan to begin LPGA career," 2004:1C, Mar. 11
"Reception to fete local golfer Meredith Duncan," 2004:1C, Feb. 18

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East Bank Theatre
"'Christmas at East Bank' kicks off the holidays," 2004:2D, Nov. 23
"Auditions scheduled for 'Goodbye Charlie'", 2004:3D, Mar. 2
"East Bank announces season," 2004:2D, June 15
"EBT to hold auditions for 'Mousetrap'", 2004:3D, Oct. 5
"Forever Plaid cast croons nostalgic tunes," 2004:2D, Sept. 7
"Goodbye Charlie tickets on sale," 2004:2D, Apr. 13
"Historical figures' quirks brought into the spotlight," 2004:2D, June 1
"Most performers satisfied as curtain closes on season," 2004:4M, May 30
"Musical is all style, no substance," 2004:4B, Sept. 11
"Pals team up for 'Star Spangled Girl'", 2004:3D, Jan. 27
"Sorry, Charlie: Play turns gender table," 2004:2D, Apr.27
"The Company is ready to unleash "Taming of the Shrew'", 2004:2D, Mar. 9
"Theatre Eclectic to play at East Bank," 2004:2D, May 18
"Theatre offers an evening of Red Skelton," 2004:1D, Mar. 3
"Tickets on sale for 'Christmas at East Bank'", 2004:2D, Nov. 4
"Tickets on sale for 'Shrew'", 2004:3D, Feb. 24
Edwards, Edwin
"'My wife has suffered enough," 2004:1B, June 17
"Board suggests Edwards be permanently disbarred," 2004:2B, Feb. 12
"Edwards mementos land in museum," 2004:4B, Jan.8
"Edwards wants to see judge's medical records," 2004:3B, Mar. 25
"Edwards' attorneys want recusal of federal judges," 2004:3B, June 19
"Edwards' lawyers seek ability to appeal," 2004:3B, Dec. 1
"Edwards' son faces disbarment," 2004:3B, Apr. 21
"EWE attorneys seek to overturn 2000 convictions," 2004:1A, Feb. 19
"EWE moves back to La.", 2004:5B, Dec. 24
"EWE's lawyers mull next move," 2004:1A, Apr. 7
"Federal court: State judge can't release depositions," 2004:3B, Mar. 29
"Former governor closer to home," 2004:4B, Nov. 17
"Judge refuses to overturn Edwardses' convictions," 2004:3B, Nov. 7
"Lawsuit pending involving former casino owner in Edwards case," 2004:3A, Nov. 23
"Reports: EWE has signed divorce papers," 2004:4B, June 16
Elections
"A conversation with David Vitter," 2004:5I, Aug. 8
"Absentee voters battle long lines," 2004:1A, Oct. 22
"Absentee voting for Sept. 18 election in motion," 2004:1B, Sept. 8
"Alexander keeps seat: Jindal wins Vitter's post," 2004:4A, Nov. 3
"Alexander lawsuit on way to court," 2004:4B, Aug. 13
"Alexander qualifying stands," 2004:2B, Aug. 31
"Alexander stays on the Nov. 2 ballot," 2004:1B, Sept. 3
"Alexander switches camps at last minute," 2004:1A, Aug. 7
"Amendment backers: Wording is confusing," 2004:1A, Sept. 17
"Attorneys challenge reopening qualifying," 2004:1B, Aug. 28
"Attorneys in Alexander case get called to judge's office," 2004:4B, Aug. 18
"Battle continues to block La. vote on gay marriage," 2004:4B, Aug. 28
"Bond issue results," 2004:3A, Apr. 19
"Bossier City voters OK fire, police taxes," 2004:3A, Apr. 18
"Bossier voters approve $70M bond, sales tax," 2004: 2A, Sept. 19
"Bossier voters choose to renew 'critical' library tax," 2004:5A, Nov. 3
"Bossier voters to decide local races Tuesday," 2004:2B, Oct. 30
"Busy ballots beckon voters," 2004: 1A, Sept. 18
"Caddo gears up for fall elections," 2004:1B, July 19
"Caddo prepares for elections Saturday," 2004:2B, Sept. 16
"Caddo teachers organizations announce endorsements," 2004:3B, Feb. 22
"Caddo voters approve fire district tax renewal," 2004:5A, Nov. 3
"Caddo voters may see inconvenience Saturday," 2004:1B, July 15
"Candidates fight new District 5 qualifying," 2004:2A, Aug. 25
"Candidates line up for Sept. 18 elections," 2004:2B, Aug. 8
"Candidates not paying fines can't run," 2004:2A, July 4
"Candidates qualify for local posts on March 9 ballot," 2004:5B, Feb. 1
"Candidates question each other in today's debate," 2004:3A, Oct. 21
"Candidates say next Plain Dealing mayor must attract business," 2004:2B, Sept. 11
"Casinos targeting local players," 2004:6B, Oct. 16
"Cheney stumps for Tauzin III," 2004:2B, Dec. 2
"Chris John wants a crack at Senate," 2004:5I, Oct. 10
"Chris John," 2004:1A, Oct. 20
"Congressional candidate considering appeal," 2004:5A, Sept. 1
"Constitutional consideration," 2004:5I, Sept. 12
"Dan Kyle applies for inspector general job," 2004:4B, Feb. 25
"David Vitter wins U.S. Senate race," 2004:1A, Nov. 3
"David Vitter," 2004:1A, Oct. 21
"Define marriage? Voters to decide," 2004:1A, Sept. 12
"Deputy pay raise on ballot Saturday," 2004:2B, Jan. 15
"DeSoto passes school bond issue," 2004: 2A, Sept. 19
"District 7 candidates face runoff," 2004: 2A, Sept. 19
"District 7 School Board contenders want to raise student achievement," 2004:1B, Aug. 31
"District 7's full-time firefighters in hands of voters," 2004:1B, Sept. 17
"Dole works crowd for Vitter's bid," 2004:1B, Aug. 8
"Election 2004 precincts," 2004:6B, Oct. 31
"Election 2004," 2004:11A, Oct. 28
"Election probe begins today," 2004:1A, Sept. 21
"First lady praises husband, touches on issues," 2004:1A, Oct. 1
"Former, interim mayors competing in Benton," 2004:2B, Sept. 11
"Forum addresses sales tax election," 2004:1B, July 7
"Four apply to fill seat on School Board," 2004:1B, July 30
"GOP leaders say no to juvenile court tax," 2004:1B, July 9
"Group attacks John's stance on cockfighting," 2004:2B, Oct. 14
"Haughton alderman candidates pledge to deal with growth," 2004:2B, Sept. 11
"Hopefuls face tough budget if elected," 2004:1B, Feb. 23
"Hot topics may entice more turnout," 2004:1A, Sept. 12
"Incumbent Supreme Court justice faces one challenger," 2004:7B, Sept. 12
"It's early, but Shreveport mayoral race draws contenders," 2004:2A, July 28
"Jefferson's endorsement of Kennedy important," 2004:1B, Sept. 23
"John goes on attack," 2004:4B, Oct. 28
"John Kennedy," 2004:1A, Oct. 22
"John tops out-out-state contributions list," 2004:3B, Oct. 26
"Judge reopens qualifying," 2004:1A, Aug. 24
"Kennedy assembles Senate campaign," 2004:1B, Feb. 17
"La. primary is today," 2004:2B, Mar. 9
"Landrieu enforces Chris John," 2004:6B, Oct. 15
"Last-minute voters turn out in droves," 2004:1A, Oct. 5
"Latest qualifiers for March ballot," 2004:2B, Jan. 31
"Laura Bush to speak at Vitter fund-raiser," 2004:1A, Sept. 30
"Lawsuit against Alexander runs into another delay," 2004:4B, Aug. 17
"Lawsuit challenges Alexander's candidacy," 2004:1B, Aug. 12
"Leviston-Progue announces for School Board post," 2004:2B, July 29
"Lo Walker eyes bid for mayor," 2004:1B, Aug.20
"Lo Walker to kick off campaign," 2004:1B, Nov. 17
"Low turnout predicted for Tuesday primary," 2004:1B, Mar. 8
"Marriage amendment opponents want judge off case," 2004:3A, Aug. 27
"Marriage debate returning to court," 2004:1A, Oct. 2
"Mayoral candidate poised to leave legacy in Bossier" [Lo Walker], 2004:1A, Nov. 29
"McKeithen wants to drop September elections," 2004:1A, Sept. 28
"Nearly 1 in 10 La. voters inactive," 2004:1B, Aug. 2
"No increase could mean program cuts," 2004:1A, July 19
"Officials question primary," 2004:1B, Mar. 14
"On the ballot," 2004:3B, Mar. 7
"On Tuesday's ballot," 2004:10A, Oct. 28
"Party quashes move to rescind Billy Tauzin III endorsement," 2004:7B, Sept. 12
"Poll: Kennedy, John battling for runoff spot," 2004:1A, Sept. 11
"Poll: Vitter out front in Louisiana Senate race," 2004:4B, Apr. 3
"Pollster: No front-runner in U.S. Senate race in La.", 2004:2B, June 5
"Priest takes School Board seat in runoff," 2004:5A, Nov. 3
"Priest, Norton to face-off in School Board District 7," 2004:2B, Oct. 28
"Professor, lawmaker discuss marriage amendment," 2004:1A, Sept. 14
"Qualifying continues for Sept. 18 elections," 2004:4B, Aug.5
"Qualifying ends today for fall vote," 2004:8A, Aug.6
"Qualifying ends today for local posts," 2004:2B, Jan. 30
"Rachal announces bid for Caddo School Board," 2004:2B, Jan. 15
"Record numbers of voters enrolled in area," 2004:1A, Sept. 1
"Regional races range from school taxes to mayors," 2004:2B, Sept. 16
"Roemer endorses Vitter but misses gathering," 2004:2B, Oct. 14
"Sales tax increase vote about 3 weeks away," 2004:4B, June 28
"Sales tax proposals would fund law officers' pay," 2004:2B, July 15
"Sample ballot," 2004:7B, Oct. 31
"Saturday is D-day for system," 2004:1B, July 15
"Senate candidate meets with breakfast group," 2004:3B, June 9
"Senate candidate picks up endorsement from civil leader," 2004:2B, Sept. 28
"Senate candidate to speak at luncheon," 2004:2B, Oct. 5
"Senate contenders bank nearly $7M," 2004:1A, July 19
"Senate hopefuls pitches prescription drug legislation," 2004:2B, July 7
"Several elections on today's ballot," 2004:1B, Mar. 9
"State e-politics comes of age in Senate race," 2004:1A, Oct. 18
"State election workers ready for disruptions," 2004:5A, Sept. 16
"State Treasurer John Kennedy kicks off U.S. Senate campaign," 2004:2B, July 14
"Stephen Beasley to run for La. Supreme Court," 2004:2B, Feb. 10
"Storm's fallout could delay voting results," 2004:2A, Sept. 15
"Teachers group endorses Chris John for Senate," 2004:4B, Oct. 6
"The man to beat" [Lo Walker], 2004:1A, July 28
"Three seeking District 6 School Board seat," 2004:1B, Aug. 30
"Tracking polls show Vitter ahead in race," 2004:1A, Oct. 27
"U.S. Senate hopeful lays out his agenda," 2004:1B, Aug. 13
"U.S. Senate hopeful urges broader reforms," 2004:4B, Sept. 22
"Victory leading in race for Supreme Court," 2004: 3A, Sept. 19
"Victory to seek re-election to court," 2004:2B, Jan. 15
"Vitter comes to Shreveport for U.S. Senate campaign," 2004:2B, Aug.4
"Vitter gets endorsement from Times-Picayune," 2004:3B, Oct. 26
"Vitter reaches 51 percent in poll," 2004:4B, Oct. 28
"Vitter takes steps as senator-elect; Democrats step back," 2004:6A, Nov. 4
"Vitter to stump at fish fry today in Shreveport," 2004:2B, June 19
"Vitter wins Senate seat," 2004:6A, Nov. 3
"Vivian voters to decide on redirecting tax," 2004:1B, Sept. 17
"Voter turnout among lowest in recent times," 2004:1A, Mar. 10
"Voters decide money, other issues today," 2004:1A, July 17
"Voters OK all four proposed amendments," 2004:4A, Nov. 3
"Voters OK bond in Caddo," 2004:1A, Apr. 18
"Voters say no to gay marriage," 2004: 1A, Sept. 19
"Voters to decide Caddo schools bonds today," 2004:1B, Apr. 17
"Voters to face issues in Caddo and Bossier," 2004:2B, Apr. 17
"Voting machine problems described," 2004:5A, Oct. 2

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Ferguson, Joe
"Ferguson joins Ruston football staff," 2004:6C, May 3
Festival Plaza
"Funding poised to galvanize local arts," 2004:1A, July 31
Festivals
"#3rd annual Ledbelly fair," 2004:1B, Feb. 15
"70th anniversary of Bonnie and Clyde noted in weekend festival," 2004:1B, May 21
"Benton art festival wades through rain," 2004:1B, May 2
"Benton comes alive with art," 2004:1D, Apr. 26
"Bonnie and Clyde strike again," 2004:1B, May 23
"Craziness plus crawfish equal Mudbug Madness," 2004:1A, May 27
"Festival offers evening of classical Indian music," 2004:4D, June 23
"Festival seeks artists," 2004:3D, Nov. 9
"Good Times festival continues today," 2004:5B, June 20
"Guitar festival in the works for Shreveport," 2004:1A, Sept. 29
"Heritage and Harvest Festival," 2004:1D, Sept. 18
"Highland welcomes jazz and blues festival," 2004:1B, Nov. 14
"Mudbug Madness takes over," 2004:12E, May 28
"Mudbug Madness," 2004:1B, May 30
"Red River Western Festival," 2004:1D, July 13
"Sunflower Trail & Festival will be held this weekend," 2004:1D, June 22
"Wild West festival falls flat," 2004:1B, July 18
First Baptist Church
"Pastor, wife strengthen others' marriages," 2004:1B, June 18
First United Methodist Church
"Church brings new life to downtown," 2004:1B, Apr.30
Fort Polk, LA
"2nd Armored Cavalry returns from Iraq duty," 2004:2B, Mar. 30
"After 2nd Cavalry leaves, brigade combat team moves in," 2004:1B, July 24
"Alexander: Fort Polk likely to survive next closures," 2004:2A, Feb. 17
"Army seeks input about horses at Fort Polk," 2004:5B, Apr. 4
"Bush's security swarms Fort Polk," 2004:3A, Feb. 18
"Citizen soldiers train for duty in Iraq," 2004:1B, Jan. 28
"Fort Polk gets new leader," 2004:4B, Apr. 25
"General reviews predeployment training at Fort Polk," 2004:1A, Jan. 23
"La. gains federal money under budget proposal," 2004:2B, Feb. 4
"La. maintains military presence in hot spots," 2004:3A, Feb. 12
"La. up for more military funds," 2004:1A, July 24
"Local troops return from Iraq," 2004:1A, Mar. 11
"More soldiers, money en route to Fort Polk," 2004:4B, May 20
"New Army chief: War makes better soldiers," 2004:1A, Jan. 23
"Readying for Bush," 2004:1D, Feb. 17
"Regiment returns to Fort Polk year later," 2004:2A, Mar. 20
"Regional military bases feel vaccine vacuum," 2004:2A, Oct. 24
"Search suspended for tiger because of hurricane," 2004:2B, Sept. 5
"Searchers comb woods for tiger," 2004:1A, Sept. 2
"Soldiers honor fallen comrade," 2004:1B, Jan. 16
"Soldiers return from Iraq," 2004:2A, July 9
"Soldiers to return," 2004:1A, July 6
"Thousands flock to see president," 2004:3A, Feb. 18
"Troops laud Bush," 2004:1A, Feb. 18
"Undeployable' and 'most hated' unit bound for Iraq," 2004:3B, June 12
"Visit a good sign for Fort Polk future," 2004:3A, Feb. 18
Foster, Gov. Mike
"2003 sees a return to traditional middle in La. politics," 2004:1B, Jan.2
"Alice Foster is restoring facility for future," 2004:5B, Jan.4
"Foster exits," 2004:1A, Jan.4
"Foster leaves decision to Blanco," 2004:1A, Jan.7
"Foster wraps up pardons, sentence reductions," 2004:4B, Jan.10
Foster, Mike
"Former governor returns to Baton Rouge," 2004:2B, June 8
"Foster to draw $84,000 in benefits," 2004:1A, Feb. 2
Franks, John
"Funeral today for leading horse breeder," 2004:4B, Jan.3
"Local oilman, horse owner John Franks dies," 2004:2B, Jan.1
"Obituary," 2004:3B, Jan.3

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Galilee Baptist Church
"Apartments ready to open," 2004:1B, Apr. 21
Gambling
"Blanco slow to react on gaming regulation," 2004:1A, Apr. 26
"Bossier seeking back casino taxes," 2004:1A, Apr. 24
"Boyd Gaming expands empire to Shreveport," 2004:1I, Mar. 14
"Boyd Gaming hopes to be here by spring," 2004:1A, Jan. 22
"Casino creditors to be paid," 2004:1A, Oct. 31
"Casino fight moves to court," 2004:2B, Apr. 6
"Casino finds a buyer," 2004:1A, Aug. 31
"Casino fund case back in District Court," 2004:2B, Apr. 7
"Casino market powers ahead," 2004:5B, May 18
"Casino reopens as Sam's Town," 2004:1A, May 21
"Casinos report November decline," 2004:6B, Dec. 23
"Casinos start year on up note," 2004:6B, Feb. 18
"Casinos: Ten years of change," 2004:SS, Apr. 18
"Creditors fighting Hollywood sale plan," 2004:1A, Sept. 14
"Creola considered for casino," 2004:3B, Apr. 12
"Ethics board to look into casino dealings," 2004:1A, Mar. 22
"Foster leaves decision to Blanco," 2004:1A, Jan.7
"Gambling earnings tilt south," 2004:8B, July 21
"Gambling prevention site not publicized," 2004:1A, Feb. 23
"Gaming market has losing year," 2004:2A, Jan. 21
"Harrah's agrees to buy Horseshoe," 2004:6B, Jan. 23
"Harrah's buys out partners," 2004:1A, Mar. 16
"Harrah's completes Horseshoe acquisition," 2004:1A, July 1
"Harrah's finds buyer for local casino," 2004:1A, Jan. 21
"Harrah's holds 10-year celebration luncheon," 2004:6B, Apr. 16
"Harrah's lays off more workers at casino, racetrack," 2004:6B, Oct. 2
"Harrah's picks new racetrack manager," 2004:6B, Sept. 1
"Harrah's records decline in profits," 2004:6B, Feb. 5
"Harrah's sale to Boyd clears," 2004:1A, May 18
"Harrah's sees revenue increase in October," 2004:6B, Nov. 17
"Harrah's to acquire Binion's Horseshoe in Las Vegas," 2004:6B, Jan.14
"Harrah's to get new name," 2004:1A, Feb. 5
"Harrah's, Horseshoe managers to remain," 2004:1A, Mar. 10
"Hollywood asks court to dismiss petition," 2004:6B, Oct. 6
"Hollywood case moves forward," 2004:6B, Nov. 20
"Hollywood Casino license renewed," 2004:6B, Sept. 15
"Hollywood hearing to address details," 2004:8B, Nov. 19
"Hollywood officials cooperating in ethics probe," 2004:2B, Mar. 24
"Hollywood seeks buyer," 2004:1A, Feb. 4
"Hollywood still fights involuntary bankruptcy," 2004:8B, Oct. 29
"Isle of Capri lays off 50 people," 2004:6B, June 3
"Isle of Capri license OK'd," 2004:6B, Aug. 18
"Isle of Capri parent posts $4.3M loss," 2004:6B, June 19
"Jena band proposes casino," 2004:1A, Apr. 22
"Jena tribe may focus on home parishes," 2004:1A, Jan.8
"July a big month for casinos," 2004:6B, Aug. 18
"La. plans to build gambling addictions program," 2004:1B, Nov. 4
"La. tries to lure video game industry," 2004:6B, Dec. 31
"Lawsuit pending involving former casino owner in Edwards case," 2004:3A, Nov. 23
"Lawyers to present plan to deal with suits," 2004:5B, Dec.7
"Local casino industry continues to show improvement," 2004:5B, Apr. 26
"Market changes offer gaming opportunities," 2004:1A, Mar. 14
"New player to join market," 2004:1A, Jan. 22
"Official: Casino struggling," 2004:1A, Oct. 30
"Racetracks fill in revenue void," 2004:5B, Apr. 13
"Riverboat casinos down in May," 2004:6B, June 15
"Riverboat gaming license for Delta Queen fails," 2004:4B, June 3
"Sam's Town announces investment of $5M," 2004:1B, Aug.20
"Sam's Town well-known brand in Dallas market," 2004:4I, Mar. 14
"Senators question benefits," 2004:1A, June 28
"State receives bids on new poker monitoring system," 2004:6B, Oct. 1
"Ten years of change," 2004:1A, Apr. 18
"Texas may eye gambling growth," 2004:1A, Jan. 29
"Tribal official blames dispute on payouts," 2004:7B, Feb. 22
"With an eye on Texas, La.'s last boat to open," 2004:4B, Dec. 24
Gardner, Jim
"Former mayor publishes memoirs," 2004:1B, Nov. 29
General Motors
"Analyst: Hummer H3 to roll in '06," 2004:6B, Jan. 15
"Chevy sales push is on," 2004:1I, Jan.4
"Evolution of the Hummer," 2004:5A, Oct. 28
"GM assembly workers help turn idea into reality," 2004:4A, Oct. 28
"GM begins project to utilize landfill gas for energy," 2004:6B, Apr. 7
"GM employees get glimpse of H3," 2004:1A, Oct. 28
"GM executive foresees 2% gains in new year," 2004:4I, Jan.4
"GM plans short-term idle of five plants," 2004:8B, Oct. 29
"GM plant puts new focus on quality," 2004:1I, Feb. 29
"GM refuses to meet with Cash," 2004:1B, Nov. 25
"GM to offer voluntary buyouts," 2004:8B, Dec. 24
"GM to take on transfer, temporary workers," 2004:6B, Apr. 20
"GM's new trucks selling, but how well?, 2004:1I, Aug. 1
"GM, AmSouth Center offer fitness facilities to workers," 2004:6B, July 29
"Hummer H3 to be unveiled today," 2004:1A, Oct. 27
"La. fights to keep business promises," 2004:1A, Aug. 16
"Landrieu to intervene in GM protest," 2004:1A, Nov. 23
"Local business honored," 2004:8B, June 18
"Local GM workers approve contract," 2004:1A, Sept. 4
"Report: General Motors, construction fuel job gains," 2004:6B, Aug. 26
"Sales of Hummer slide 26 percent," 2004:6B, July 14
"State provides training funds to build H3 in Shreveport," 2004:2A, Mar. 6
Gilbert & Sullivan Society
"G&S operettas take the stage this weekend," 2004:2D, Mar. 2
"Tickets sales slated for operetta one-acts," 2004:3D, Feb. 17
Grambling State University
"11 eye GSU's top post," 2004:1B, Feb. 1
"8 interview for GSU presidency," 2004:3B, Mar. 16
"Another candidate eyes GSU's top post," 2004:2B, Jan. 27
"Decision on GSU president expected today," 2004:1B, Mar. 26
"Grambling nixes Shreveport for next season," 2004:1C, Jan.13
"Grambling to celebrate Juneteenth on Sunday," 2004:2B, June 17
"Grambling, La. Tech tackle dormitory woes," 2004:1A, Mar. 28
"GSU alumnus joins quest for president," 2004:3B, Feb. 16
"GSU band wins battle in cyberspace," 2004:1B, Oct. 2
"GSU celebrating Black History Month," 2004:4B, Feb. 4
"GSU coach to get degree on Tuesday," 2004:1A, July 10
"GSU confers 135 degrees," 2004:2B, Aug. 19
"GSU eyes future with new leader," 2004:1A, Mar. 27
"GSU head could be selected this week," 2004:1A, Mar. 22
"GSU president candidates to be interviewed this week," 2004:3B, Mar. 14
"GSU search panel wants to talk with some," 2004:1B, Feb. 27
"GSU's leader to retire," 2004:1A, Jan.10
"GSU's Warner looks back at tenure, accreditation," 2004:5B, May 10
"Officials: GSU spring enrollment increases," 2004:1B, Feb. 9
"Presidency candidates pared to three," 2004:2B, Mar. 17
"Professor turns research trip into teaching tool," 2004:4B, Sept. 21
"Program to give youths glimpse of college life," 2004:1B, May 15
"Questions arise about GSU coach," 2004:1A, July 9
"Search to spend money, time," 2004:2B, Jan. 23
"Shortlist for GSU president shorter," 2004:4B, Mar. 7
"Students, alumni discuss next GSU president," 2004:2B, Jan. 23
Grambling, La.
"Residents oppose housing development," 2004:1B, Aug. 23
"Voters to consider rededicating funds," 2004:1B, Nov. 21
Greenwood Cemetery
"Cannoneer missed at remembrance," 2004:1B, June 6
"Pace of work picks up at Greenwood," 2004:2B, Apr. 23
"Youths scare up interest in cemetery" [Oil City Magnet], 2004:1B, Nov. 13
Greenwood, LA
"Clerk admits stealing from funds," 2004:1B, May 25
"Greenwood mayor honored for years as educator," 2004:1B, Sept. 13
"Greenwood votes Lampkins mayor," 2004:1A, Mar. 10
"Mayor takes office amid controversy," 2004:1A, July 3
"Mayor-educator to join Hall of Fame on Sunday," 2004:4B, Sept. 9
"New era in Greenwood," 2004:1A, Mar. 12

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Haynesville, La.
"Grass-roots effort leads to Haynesville health center," 2004:1B, Aug. 14
Hibernia National Bank
"Hibernia eclipses forecasts," 2004:6B, Jan. 16
Highland
"A multifamily mecca" [The Blair], 2004:1I, Sept. 12
"Highland welcomes jazz and blues festival," 2004:1B, Nov. 14
"Residents hope store will help Highland area," 2004:1A, Nov. 11
Hightower, Mayor Keith
"'I refuse to sit on my hands for the next three years'", 2004:5I, Jan. 18
"AG's opinion sought on hotel financing," 2004:1B, Aug. 17
"Answering the critics," 2004:1A, Jan. 18
"City workers' grievances come to light," 2004:1A, June 28
"Council backs mayor's action," 2004:1B, June 23
"Council gets details of hotel financial plan," 2004:1B, Nov. 9
"Council OKs mayor's hotel funding plan," 2004:4B, Dec. 1
"Hightower blames senator for excluding hotel from bill," 2004:1A, May 28
"Hightower pursues funding for convention center hotel," 2004:1A, Aug. 10
"Hightower wants $700 raises for city workers," 2004: 1B, Dec. 14
"House excludes city in taxing authority bill," 2004:1A, May 20
"Judge grants class action status to suit," 2004:1A, Nov. 9
"Key vote on Shreveport hotel project looms," 2004:4B, Sept. 29
"Lawmakers: Hotel needs more checking out," 2004:1A, May 14
"Mayor clarifies rules about street numbers," 2004:4B, Dec. 31
"Mayor convenes task force on homelessness," 2004:1B, May 7
"Mayor denies permits for building demolitions," 2004:1A, Sept. 14
"Mayor gets Ok for hotel," 2004:1A, Oct. 13
"Mayor lobbies for hotel," 2004:1A, May 12
"Mayor seeks $2M for new firetrucks," 2004:1A, Nov. 8
"Mayor seeks funding for Red River marina," 2004:1A, Dec. 15
"Mayor tackles myths over $50M hotel funding," 2004:1B, May 18
"Mayor to lead Tech homecoming parade," 2004:2B, Oct. 19
"Mayor to pitch hotel funding plan to lawmakers," 2004:1A, May 10
"Mayor's hotel funding up for council vote," 2004:1B, Oct. 12
"Mayor's hotel plan unwaivered by poll," 2004:1B, Oct. 7
"Mayor's plans block demolition of house," 2004:1B, Nov. 4
"Mayor, council rank well in poll," 2004:1A, Oct. 10
"No money for raises in budget," 2004:1B, Oct. 1
"Shreveport youth face stricter curfew law," 2004:1B, Dec. 23
"Subdivision suit lands on council agenda," 2004:1A, June21
"Survey shows support for hotel," 2004:1A, Sept. 30
"Taxpayers make case for lawsuit," 2004:1B, Oct. 20
Holiday in Dixie
"Annual event flies high despite rain," 2004:1A, Apr. 25
"Annual treasure hunt set to kick off HID," 2004:1B, Apr. 15
"BAFB gears up for high-flying action," 2004:14E, Apr. 23
"Calendar of events," 2004:14E, Apr. 16
"Dixie Plantation Ball makes history," 2004:7D, Apr. 25
"HID Cotillion court announced," 2004:3D, Feb. 1
"HID raises gate fee," 2004:1B, Apr. 21
"Treasure found," 2004:1B, Apr. 26
"Twangin' in their twilight years," 2004:15E, Apr. 16
Homer, LA
"2nd Circuit refuses to reinstate election," 2004:1A, Sept. 9
"Election call stalled temporarily," 2004:1B, Aug. 12
"Homer mayoral recall hits snag," 2004:1B, Sept. 23
"Homer mayoral recall leaders mail appeal," 2004:1B, Sept. 10
"Homer sorting out its finances," 2004:1B, Feb. 6
"Homer: We want it to survive," 2004:1A, Nov. 21
"Judge blocks Homer mayoral recall election," 2004:1A, Aug. 27
"Racial makeup under review," 2004:1A, Aug. 23
Huddleston, Thomas Lafayette
"Newspaper veteran dies at 77," Feb. 11 2004:5B
"Obituary," Feb. 11 2004:4B

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I-20
"I-20 work ahead of schedule," 2004:1B, Sept. 13
"Westbound I-20 lanes to close," 2004:1A, June 29
I-49
"Bill leaves status of I49 funding unknown," 2004:1B, May 6
"Burrell continues explaining I-49 project to Allendale leaders," 2004:1B, Sept. 25
"DOTD secretary: I-49 north is a 'high priority'", 2004:2B, Aug. 13
"Funding proposal may hit roadblock," 2004:1A, Dec. 9
"Future interstate leg opens to traffic in Arkansas," 2004:1A, Dec. 17
"I-49 interchange to benefit south Shreveport commuters," 2004:1A, June 22
"I-49 north construction projected for year's end," 2004:1A, Sept. 8
"I-49 north: No concrete yet, but signs in place," 2004:1B, Oct. 30
"I-49 task forces: Still a need for 'watchdog'", 2004:1A, Sept. 8
"Judge upholds plan for I-49 connecting route in Lafayette," 2004:3B, Aug. 12
"La. delegation: energy, roads top priorities," 2004:1A, Jan. 19
"Lawmaker suggests tax to complete I-49," 2004:1A, Nov. 27
"Lawmakers hear pleas for funding I-49 north," 2004:1B, Jan. 29
"Southern Loop project makes progress," 2004:1A, Aug. 28
"Study will examine I-49 path through inner city," 2004:1A, Aug. 31
I-69
"Comments period on I-69 alignments officially ends Friday," 2004:4B, July 8
"First signatures opposing I-69 crossing turned in," 2004:1B, Apr. 19
"Man fights to save bayou from I-69," 2004:1B, Apr. 11
"Public input sought on I-69 proposal," 2004:1A, June21
"Town pins hope on highway," 2004:1A, Jan. 17
"Webster changes lanes in I-69 project," 2004:1B, June 2
"Webster officials support I-69 corridor," 2004:4B, Apr. 26
Independence Bowl
"'A roll of the dice," 2004:SS, Dec. 28
"ACC could be an I-Bowl option," 2004:1C, Dec. 5
"Bowl picture comes into focus," 2004:1C, Dec. 5
"Franks draws from crowd at bowl game," 2004:1A, Dec. 29
"Game brings in old and new," 2004:1C, Dec. 6
"Game day pressure mounts on I-Bowl," 2004:1A, Dec. 28
"Game should be special," 2004:1C, Dec. 27
"Hogs run wild," 2004:1C, Jan.1
"Holtz, Gamecocks in I-Bowl's sights," 2004:1C, Nov. 22
"I-Bowl , NSU kickoff luncheon set for Aug. 26," 2004:5C, Aug. 18
"I-Bowl could use some good news," 2004:1C, Oct. 7
"I-Bowl death blow," 2004:1A, Nov. 23
"I-Bowl hopes to build upon 2003 success," 2004:1C, Jan.2
"I-Bowl inducts 4 into Hall," 2004:2C, June 11
"I-Bowl leader weathers good, bad times," 2004:1A, Dec. 26
"I-Bowl looks outside SEC," 2004:1C, Nov. 29
"I-Bowl matchup set," 2004:1A, Dec. 6
"I-Bowl maybe a hard sell," 2004:1C, Dec. 2
"I-Bowl must remember its roots," 2004:1C, Dec. 6
"I-Bowl ready for next year," 2004:3C, Dec. 30
"I-Bowl search begins," 2004:1C, Nov. 1
"I-Bowl search intensifies," 2004:1C, Nov. 8
"I-Bowl ticket sales slow on campuses," 2004: 1A, Dec. 14
"I-Bowl to induct four into Hall," 2004:1C, June 10
"I-Bowl welcomes team officials," 2004:1A, Dec. 10
"LSU wins, I-Bowl loses," 2004:1A, Nov. 27
"No Virginia for I-Bowl," 2004:1C, Dec. 1
"No. 18 Virginia in I-Bowl's sights," 2004:1C, Nov. 30
"Search continues for I-Bowl sponsor," 2004:1A, Sept. 28
"SEC's Slive: I-Bowl understands," 2004:1C, Dec. 5
"Spin City," 2004:SS, Dec. 29
"Sponsor hunt shifts to 2005," 2004:1A, Nov. 17
"Throwbacks," 2004:SS, Dec. 27
"Visiting fans enjoy first I-Bowl trip," 2004:1A, Dec. 29
"Wanted: I-Bowl sponsor," 2004:1C, Mar. 12
"When will the Big 12 win?", 2004:1C, Dec. 24
Independence Stadium
"Court awards fired city contractor $250,000," 2004:3B, July 17
"Event aims to ease intersection problems," 2004:1A, Aug. 9
"Will stadium be empty in '04?", 2004:1C, Jan.13
Indians
"Coushattas paid for eye on other tribes, own members," 2004:3B, Sept. 13
"Indian powwow planned for later in the month," 2004:4B, Oct. 4
"Powwow draws crowd to Bossier Civic Center," 2004:1B, Oct. 31
"Senators question benefits," 2004:1A, June 28

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Jackson, Sen. Lydia
"Group meets to confront region's health-care challenges," 2004:2B, Sept. 9
"Health-care consortium gets under way," 2004:4B, Sept. 8
"Hightower blames senator for excluding hotel from bill," 2004:1A, May 28
"La. Black Caucus holds voter registration drive," 2004:1B, July 12
"La. needs $25M more for defenders," 2004:1A, Oct. 8
"La. panel targets indigent defense," 2004:1A, Aug. 9
"La. public defenders lack funds," 2004:1B, Aug. 13
"La. public defense system in crisis," 2004:1A, Aug. 2
"Most Louisianians would need public defenders," 2004:1A, Sept. 5
"Public defender lawsuit coming this week," 2004:1B, Sept. 14
"Senator moves to depoliticize DDA appointing," 2004:1A, May 3
"Shreveport to host conference urging young people to vote," 2004:2B, Oct. 27
Jewish Community
"Jewish Burial Society reinstated after 20 years," 2004:1A, Feb. 3
"Jewish Film Festival ready for second year," 2004:1D, Jan. 12
Jones, David Leslie
"Longtime agriculturalist dies in farming accident," 2004:3B, Sept. 25
"Obituary," 2004:3B, Sept. 25
Joyce, William
"Disney to take William Joyce's 'Wilbur Robinson' to big screen," 2004:1A, Jan.14
"Reception kicks off 'World of Bill Joyce'", 2004:1B, July 26
"William Joyce rolls out new exhibit," 2004:1D, July 20
Judiciary
"Carl Stewart," 2004:1D, Aug. 8
"Despite caseload, order found in city misdemeanor court," 2004:1A, Nov. 18
"Judge blocks retirement group from investing in golf venture," 2004:1A, July 21
"Local attorney files to stop prosecution of poor defendants," 2004:1A, Jan.13
"Official: Curbing judge's powers slows system," 2004:1A, Nov. 25
"Officials' quarrel prompts inquiry," 2004:1B, July 2
"Shreveport attorney sues local judges," 2004:1A, Jan.6
"State to look into judge/deputy marshal altercation," 2004:1B, July 13

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KCS
"Developer to section of Rails to Trails park," 2004:1A, Oct. 11
"Five train cars jump off tracks," 2004:1B, May 28
KDAQ
"JAZZ," 2004:1D, Dec. 28
Keatchi, LA
"Survey to settle dispute over subdivision," 2004:1B, Aug. 22
Kennedy, Craig
"Businessman, police supporter dies at 81," 2004:1B, July 21
"Obituary," 2004:3B, July 21
Kisatchie National Forest
"Kisatchie targets off-road vehicles," 2004:5B, July 17
KSLA
"Downtown promises fun on Fourth of July," 2004:1B, July 3
"KSLA garners top ratings in news," 2004:8B, Mar. 26
"KSLA-TV names new director," 2004:6B, Oct. 2
"One family member's journey begins where another one's ended," 2004:1B, Dec. 27
"TV journalist advocates education," 2004:4B, Feb. 17
KTBS
"Once a producer, always a producer" [Sharon Rambin], 2004:5I, Nov. 14
"Spring Ridge couple wins St. Jude Home," 2004:1B, Aug. 23
"St. Jude Dream Home sponsors sell-a-thon," 2004:1B, June 24

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La. Gaming Control Board
"Board OKs sale of Horseshoe Casino," 2004:1A, June 15
"Chief gaming regulator to resign," 2004:1A, Apr. 10
"Crain resigns, freeing gaming chair," 2004:1A, Apr. 13
La. Oil and Gas Museum
"Funding poised to galvanize local arts," 2004:1A, July 31
La.State-Archives
"Librarian turns hobby into career at State Archives," 2004:2B, Jan. 15
La.State-Bond Commission
"State plans to borrow $500M in October," 2004:5A, Sept. 24
La.State-Budget
"Ex-prisoners sought to keep grant alive," 2004:1A, Mar. 29
"$17.5B budget approved," 2004:1A, June 22
"$850M shortfall looms before La.", 2004:1B, Aug. 13
"Blanco's budget proposal cuts prison programs," 2004:2A, Mar. 29
"Budget OK in House, moves to Senate," 2004:3A, May 28
"Deficits loom for La.", 2004:1B, Nov. 21
"La. faces same old budget shortfalls," 2004:6B, Dec. 24
"La. health officials outline cuts in $17B budget," 2004:4B, June 1
"La. nursing homes to get funding boost," 2004:4B, Aug. 13
"Legislators to focus on budget," 2004:1A, Apr. 19
"Rising oil prices expected to help Louisiana's budget," 2004:3A, Apr. 1
"Senate and House seek budget raise," 2004:4B, Apr. 21
"Senate panel OKs $17B budget," 2004:5B, June 12
La.State-Exhibit Museum
"Funding poised to galvanize local arts," 2004:1A, July 31
"FUNtastic fundraiser," 2004:1B, Aug. 22
"Helen Keller," 2004:1D, Mar. 21
"Housing fair to be held Saturday," 2004:6B, Sept. 23
"Museum to have varied shows for next year," 2004:1B, Dec. 27
"Museum to present 'Win-Place-Show," 2004:4D, Oct. 9
"Quilts tell how people lived their lives," 2004:1D, Mar. 8
"Rodrigue exhibit kicks off," 2004:1B, Jan. 12
"Rodrigue," 2004:1D, Jan.11
La.State-Fair
"2004 State Fair could see biggest turnout to date," 2004:1A, Oct. 21
"A weekend at the State Fair," 2004:1B, Oct. 24
"Children win cash at livestock sale," 2004:1A, Oct. 28
"Fair rolls into town," 2004:12E, Oct. 22
"Festival visions last a lifetime," 2004:1D, Nov. 5
"Jr. Livestock auction 2004," 2004:SS, Oct. 29
"La.State Fair from A to Z," 2004:1D, Oct. 31
"Shooting, weather drop attendance at State Fair," 2004:2B, Nov. 10
"State Fair agrees to modify hiring policy," 2004:1A, Sept. 23
"State Fair rolls to a close," 2004:1A, Nov. 8
"Thousands welcome opening of 2004 fair," 2004:1A, Oct. 23
"Thrill seekers take to rides at State Fair," 2004:1B, Oct. 25
"What you need to know," 2004:1A, Oct. 22
La.State-Government
"State ranks No. 3 in corruption study," 2004:1B, Jan. 19
La.State-Police
"Local lab gets $329,000 to help clear backlog," 2004:3B, Sept. 25
"Police on prowl during the holiday," 2004:1A, Sept. 4
"State Police may drop lawsuit against Ford," 2004:2B, Nov. 30
"Troopers to bike to promote youth camp," 2004:1B, June 6
La.State-Supreme Court
"Access to Men's Grille open to all patrons Wednesday," 2004:1B, July 8
"Alexander stays on the Nov. 2 ballot," 2004:1B, Sept. 3
"Anti-gay union amendment on La. ballot blocked," 2004:1A, Aug. 14
"College setting for state Supreme Court cases," 2004:1B, Mar. 2
"Country Club asks court to allow men's only restaurant," 2004:4B, May 25
"Court hears arguments about gay marriage amendment," 2004:4B, Dec. 2
"Court to hear gay marriage case Dec. 1," 2004:5B, Oct. 15
"Court to hear six cases at Centenary," 2004:3B, Feb. 22
"Court: Men's Grille must allow women," 2004:1A, July 7
"Gay activists lose on procedural issue," 2004:4B, Aug. 17
"Gay marriage ban goes to La. Supreme Court," 2004:4B, Oct. 14
"High court permanently disbars La. attorney," 2004:4B, June21
"High court to hear case against Southern Trace," 2004:1A, May 22
"Judge voids ban on gay marriage," 2004:1A, Oct. 6
"La. high court to hear dispute," 2004:1A, July 1
"Proposal survives latest challenge," 2004:1B, Aug. 31
"Retired justice dies at 76," 2004:3B, Apr. 10
"Scott appeals Alexander ruling to La. Supreme Court," 2004:4B, Sept. 2
"Suits to stop La. gay marriage vote fail," 2004:1A, Sept. 3
"Supreme Court returns case to 2nd Circuit," 2004:1A, Dec. 2
La.State-Treasury
"La. cuts its bond debt," 2004:1B, July 25
Lake Bistineau
"Bistineau decision is expected today," 2004:1A, July 15
"Bistineau drawdown issue reaches pinnacle today," 2004:1A, July 14
"Bistineau drawdown under way," 2004:1A, July 16
"Bistineau receives exposure," 2004:8C, Sept. 5
"DeSoto lake worse off than Bistineau," 2004:1B, July 19
"Drawdown contributes to slope failure," 2004:1B, Aug. 9
"Lake drawdowns may prove boon to scholars," 2004:2B, Aug. 14
Landrieu, Sen. Mary
"La. congressional delegation has out-ot-state support," 2004:1B, Mar. 22
"La. senators reveal personal finances," 2004:4B, June 15
"Landrieu sees influence of moderates remaining important," 2004:3A, Nov. 21
"Landrieu to intervene in GM protest," 2004:1A, Nov. 23
"Landrieu, DAs look to curb juvenile crime," 2004:1B, June 29
"Louisiana lawmakers measure address from different angles," 2004:3A, Jan. 21
"Panel: La. should own site," 2004:1B, Oct. 9
"Senate agrees to transfer ammunition plant to La.", 2004:1A, June 19
"Senate rejects efforts to outlaw gay marriage," 2004:1A, July 15
"Wetlands could get federal help," 2004:1B, June 25
Libby Glass
"Libby likes 76-acre site," 2004:6B, Sept. 24
Little Union Baptist Church
"Church to open day shelter on Milam Street," 2004:1A, Dec. 2
"Enactment of civil rights march to be held," 2004:2B, Sept. 22
"Jailed marcher receives diploma 41 years later," 2004:1B, Dec.8
"March planned to re-create 1963 protest," 2004:1B, Sept. 2
"Unifying experience," 2004:1A, Sept. 23
Louisiana Army National Guard
"1/156th Armor Battalion's return to training," 2004:1A, July 9
"1/156th Battalion headed for Middle East," 2004:1A, Sept. 15
"8 marines from local unit hurt in Iraq," 2004:1A, Nov. 16
"Area soldiers awarded medals for quick action," 2004:1A, Dec. 22
"Art of War' has dual meaning for officer," 2004:2A, Sept. 20
"Bash planned for La. soldiers," 2004:1B, July 28
"Blanco pushes effort to bring troops home," 2004:1A, June 9
"Bulk of local tank unit departs for Fort Hood," 2004:1A, May 21
"Charlie Company leaves," 2004:1A, May 19
"Collections for troops continue," 2004:1B, July 2
"Details of concert for guardsmen announced," 2004:1B, Aug.5
"Donations pouring in to bring 256th home," 2004:1B, June 18
"Drive to bring troops home exceeds goal," 2004:1A, July 1
"Drives aim to help local troops," 2004:1B, June 13
"Father, son at crossroads," 2004:5I, June 20
"Former soldiers recalled in La.", 2004:3B, July 4
"Fund raising to bring troops back hits tempo," 2004:1B, June 10
"Good intentions can help closer to home," 2004:1B, Dec. 9
"Goods donated to soldiers of the 256th," 2004:2B, July 22
"Guard time off prompts campaign," 2004:1A, June 8
"Guardsmen prepare mind and body for battle," 2004:1B, May 16
"Land to be turned over to Guard for development," 2004:1A, Nov. 22
"Last of local troops arrive in Baghdad," 2004:1A, Oct. 31
"Local Guard members begin moving overseas," 2004:1B, Sept. 30
"Local Guard tank unit gets orders," 2004:1A, Apr. 15
"Local Marines score in October battle in Iraq," 2004:1A, Nov. 23
"Local troops hope to help Iraqis children," 2004:1A, Dec. 12
"Local troops return for holiday," 2004:1A, July 2
"Local troops see first action," 2004:1A, Nov. 14
"Local troops see more action in Iraq," 2004:1A, Nov. 22
"Locals represented in deployments," 2004:5A, Mar. 21
"National Guard readies for call to head to Iraq," 2004:1A, Mar. 5
"Onward soldiers," 2004: 1A, Sept. 19
"Sidelined soldiers," 2004:1A, Sept. 20
"Soldiers ready to cast votes for president," 2004:3A, Sept. 20
"State takes over U.S. Army facility," 2004:8B, Dec. 17
"Tech's Jason Black suits up," 2004:1B, May 16
"Training for war," 2004:1A, June 27
"Troops bound for Fort Hood and Fort Irwin," 2004:3A, May 15
"Unit heads for training," 2004:1A, May 15
Louisiana Boardwalk
"Big Dog Sportswear to join Boardwalk," 2004:6B, Aug. 12
"Boardwalk plans call for more than stores," 2004:2B, Oct. 23
"Boardwalk resolves legalities," 2004:1B, Aug. 25
"Bossier complex renamed Louisiana Boardwalk," 2004:1A, June 3
"Construction continues on Bossier City riverfront," 2004:4D, July 11
"Creating a lifestyle center," 2004:2B, Dec. 18
"Downtown Bossier's changing face," 2004:1A, June 20
"Expectations high for La. Boardwalk," 2004:1A, Aug. 30
"Louisiana Boardwalk parking garage ready," 2004:1B, Sept. 29
"Louisiana Boardwalk reveals new tenants," 2004:1A, Oct. 28
"Louisiana Boardwalk takes shape," 2004:2B, Nov. 6
Louisiana College
"Longtime La. college president dies," 2004:3B, June 9
Louisiana Riverwalk
"Bossier City, developers wary as project advances," 2004:1I, Apr. 18
"Bossier complex renamed Louisiana Boardwalk," 2004:1A, June 3
"Bossier eyes Louisiana Riverwalk actions," 2004:1B, Apr. 22
"Council grills Riverwalk developer," 2004:1A, Apr. 7
"Council hires Riverwalk lawyer," 2004:1A, May 19
"Council supports expanding Airline," 2004:1B, May 5
"Gators join Bass Pro Shops," 2004:1B, Apr. 18
"Lawyers: Riverwalk changes could breach agreement," 2004:1A, Apr. 17
"N.O. mall sues Bossier complex," 2004:1B, Mar. 7
"Riverwalk buildings growing roots," 2004:1B, Jan. 12
"Riverwalk developer criticizes Bossier council's new hire," 2004:1B, May 26
"Riverwalk developers plan name change," 2004:1B, May 13
"Riverwalk named to be announced," 2004:6B, June 2
"Riverwalk opening shifts to 2005," 2004:1A, Apr. 28
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Louisiana-Airport Authority
"Support sought for airport," 2004:6B, Sept. 15
Louisiana-Army Ammunition Plant
"Panel: La. should own site," 2004:1B, Oct. 9
Louisiana-Baptists
"Area Southern Baptists bucking national trend," 2004:1A, July 3
"Group affirms stance against gay marriage, cell research," 2004:4B, Nov. 17
Louisiana-Courts
"Defense lawyers group threatens to sue state," 2004:1B, Mar. 10
"La. in bottom 5 of liability systems," 2004:5B, Mar. 9
"Study: Louisiana indigent defender system failing," 2004:1A, Mar. 9
Louisiana-Democrats
"Edwards to begin La. tour Tuesday," 2004:2A, July 30
"Edwards to visit Louisiana," 2004:1A, July 28
"Edwards touts economic plan in Shreveport," 2004:1A, Aug.4
"John Edwards brings campaign to state," 2004:1A, Aug.3
"John Edwards to make another visit to state," 2004:4B, Aug. 18
"Kerry campaign has Louisiana in sights," 2004:1B, May 4
"La.'s Democratic chairman resigns," 2004: 1B, Dec. 14
"Local group hopes to help Democrat carry Louisiana," 2004:2A, July 30
Louisiana-Downs
"And racing too at LaDowns," 2004:3M, May 30
"And they're off," 2004:1C, May 14
"Classy field set to race Saturday," 2004:8C, Sept. 23
"Downs shines on overcast opening day," 2004:1C, May 15
"Harrah's casino opens at LaDowns," 2004:1A, May 1
"Harrah's LaDowns to employ 300 more," 2004:1A, Apr. 3
"Horsemen voice gripes at LaDowns," 2004:1A, Sept. 9
"LaDowns expansion opening," 2004:1B, Apr. 28
"LaDowns official doesn't save best for last," 2004:1C, June 24
"LaDowns ready for 31st season," 2004:1C, May 13
"LaDowns sponsors Christmas in Sky," 2004:1A, Mar. 25
"LaDowns wagering average declines," 2004:1A, Nov. 6
"Nine horses to run in Super Derby XXV," 2004:1C, Sept. 22
"Slots at La. Downs help Bossier towns," 2004:1A, Sept. 10
"Super Derby favorites will start midpack," 2004:1C, Sept. 23
"Super Derby marks its 25th year," 2004:5E, Sept. 24
"Super Derby win adds to Melancon's lore," 2004:15C, Oct. 1
"Super Derby," 2004:1C, Sept. 24
"The Downs has got more game than ever," 2004:6B, Jan. 21
Louisiana-Economy
"2004 a big job gain and loss in Louisiana," 2004:6B, Dec. 29
"Bankruptcies climb in NW Louisiana," 2004:5B, Feb. 23
"Big oil no longer cash cow for state," 2004:5B, Aug. 23
"Community sentiments force Ford to yield," 2004:6B, June 23
"Company to shut La. office," 2004:1A, Feb. 5
"Coushatta plans to close plant," 2004:5B, Jan.13
"Dismal statistics outlined in poverty summit," 2004:2B, Dec.7
"Economist: Mortgage rates likely to continue to rise," 2004:4B, Jan. 24
"Employers: la. workers lack quality," 2004:1A, Dec. 10
"Gas prices take toll on La. economy," 2004:5B, Sept. 7
"Helping companies, saving jobs," 2004:1I, July 4
"KB Toys to close 5 La. stores," 2004:6B, Jan. 29
"La. being considered for new Wal-Mart center," 2004:1A, Nov. 19
"La. fights to keep business promises," 2004:1A, Aug. 16
"La. image repair geared toward job creation," 2004:1A, July 4
"La. lands car plant, 850 job openings," 2004:8B, June 18
"La. left behind in cotton's bumper crop," 2004:1I, Aug. 22
"La. loses out to Texas for tank-car plant," 2004:8B, Mar. 5
"La. missing out on venture capital," 2004:6B, Feb. 4
"La. must embrace change," 2004:6B, Mar. 25
"La. not under consideration by Wal-Mart for facility," 2004:6B, Nov. 20
"La. oil industry takes another hit," 2004:6B, Feb. 26
"La. shipbuilder eyes combat vessel contract," 2004:5B, June 1
"Local tariffs possible on shrimp imports," 2004:4B, July 29
"Louisiana exports up 9.2 percent," 2004:6B, Sept. 4
"New system helping to bring more firms to La.", 2004:5B, Sept. 7
"New tariffs proposed on shrimp imports," 2004:6B, July 30
"Official: La. lacks site to attract auto plant," 2004:1B, Feb. 21
"Program aims to bring workers back," 2004:6B, June21
"Retooled ammunition site enjoys new commercial life," 2004:1B, Mar. 20
"South La. company to lay off hundreds," 2004:8B, Apr. 2
"Southern Hills group celebrates new businesses," 2004:6B, Jan. 29
"State down 6,400 jobs for year," 2004:6B, Jan. 29
"State earns economic bad marks," 2004:6B, Dec. 9
"State offers chemical company $6M deal," 2004:6B, Jan.10
"State to get $31.5M from oil and gas," 2004:4B, Feb. 19
"State's welfare rolls continue to decline," 2004:5B, July 12
"Two claims offices to shut down," 2004:6B, Feb. 6
"Union Tank picks Alexandria for plant," 2004:3B, June 22
Louisiana-Education
"75 % of La. schools won't meet academic standards," 2004:6B, July 25
"Administration eases requirements for rural teachers," 2004:1B, Mar. 16
"Bar set lower for some scholars," 2004:4B, Feb. 5
"Bristol-Meyers settlement may aid La. system," 2004:6B, Aug. 4
"Campuses statewide work to replace dorms," 2004:4A, Mar. 28
"College costs don't end with tuition, books," 2004:1A, Aug. 22
"Colleges help students gear up for job search," 2004:6B, Apr. 8
"Colleges work on investment plan," 2004:1A, Jan. 26
"Data to help teaching programs," 2004:1A, Aug. 30
"Enrollment expected to be steady at La. colleges," 2004:3A, Aug. 22
"Federal NCLB leaving La. children behind," 2004:5I, Aug. 1
"Grades improve in review," 2004:1B, Dec. 31
"Graduation rules to be reviewed," 2004:2B, Feb. 15
"Group may sue over teacher retirement," 2004:1B, Mar. 5
"Group touts higher education to senate," 2004:2B, Feb. 27
"High-tech link to aid research, economy," 2004:1A, Sept. 22
"Higher education funding split killed," 2004:3A, June 8
"House approves 'certificate' for high school nongraduates," 2004:3A, June 8
"Judge tosses out lawsuit over school funding," 2004:4B, Dec.15
"La. ahead in training teachers' aides," 2004:2B, Jan.10
"La. College head to resign," 2004:2B, Mar. 16
"La. college students face increased costs," 2004:1A, July 10
"La. gets grant to improve schools," 2004:4B, Nov. 8
"La. may seek study of program costs," 2004:1A, Apr. 16
"La. plays catch-up on late repairs," 2004:4A, Mar. 28
"La. schools, agencies return federal dollars," 2004:1A, Jan. 18
"La. sees rise in certified teachers," 2004:1A, Aug.20
"La. still plays Scrooge over teachers' pay," 2004:1A, July 16
"La. to receive funds from settlements," 2004:1A, Apr. 4
"La. to study scholarship program," 2004:1A, Dec. 5
"La.'s black universities buck white enrollment trend," 2004:1A, Nov. 9
"Lawmakers try to 'hold the line' on TOPS costs," 2004:1A, May 24
"Louisiana College picks interim president," 2004:3B, Apr. 20
"Louisiana softens test requirements for disabled youths," 2004:1B, Jan. 17
"LSU board expected to approve tuition hikes," 2004:4B, July 9
"Most keep college aid for 4 years, says study," 2004:1B, May 28
"Number of certified teachers ups state ranking," 2004:1B, Dec. 2
"Number of new students may drop," 2004:1B, Nov. 28
"Oilman, philanthropist Pat Taylor dies at 67" [TOPS], 2004:3B, Nov. 8
"Online courses find thousands of takers," 2004:2B, Feb. 15
"Overall school district rankings improve," 2004:1A, Apr. 21
"Panel approves TOPS changes," 2004:3A, Apr.30
"Panel approves tuition bump," 2004:1A, Feb. 28
"Panel stalls university projects," 2004:3B, Sept. 25
"Picard outlines La. education reform," 2004:1A, Sept. 22
"Picture 'bleak'", 2004:1A, Feb. 20
"Principal selected for first school taken over by state," 2004:2B, July 13
"Principals vote to defer LHSAA plan," 2004:1C, Jan. 31
"Programs target failing students," 2004:1A, Aug. 15
"Region turns up mixed results on Iowa Test," 2004:1B, May 14
"Regional schools offer examples of improvement," 2004:5A, Oct. 26
"Rolls grow at state colleges," 2004:1A, Sept. 25
"School athletics vote delay possible," 2004:1A, Jan. 30
"School boards in $107M hole," 2004:3A, June 16
"School test scores released," 2004:1A, July 17
"Schools beef up programs to handle higher enrollments," 2004:6B, Feb. 1
"Schools on track to meet goals," 2004:4A, Oct. 26
"Scoring error mistakenly flunks prospective teachers," 2004:1A, July 15
"Smith: Consider teachers' experience," 2004:1A, Apr. 20
"Southern University sticks with housing with a twist," 2004:8A, Mar. 29
"State gets 'A' in accountability," 2004:1A, Jan.7
"State gets its ACT together," 2004:1B, Aug. 18
"State improves in ranking of prekindergarten funding," 2004:1A, Nov. 23
"Students face rising tuition," 2004:1A, June 26
"Students work toward passing LEAP," 2004:2A, Mar. 8
"Study: Louisiana lags in funding poor schools," 2004:1B, Oct. 15
"Suit filed by fired director of teacher retirement," 2004:4B, July 29
"Suit filed over test mistake," 2004:1B, July 30
"Superintendent: School systems could get checks," 2004:4B, Mar. 6
"Teacher training programs graded," 2004:1B, Apr. 9
"Teachers push for statewide contracts," 2004:1B, Nov. 23
"Test-scoring error piles up more suits," 2004:1A, Aug. 8
"Testing service offers refunds," 2004:1B, July 16
"Universities face $40M shortage in draft budget," 2004:3A, Apr. 14
"Universities work to ensure fire safety in dorms," 2004:1A, Mar. 29
"Universities would prefer that students live on campus," 2004:4A, Mar. 28
"University programs on chopping block," 2004:1A, Apr. 5
"UNO only applicant for failed school takeover," 2004:2B, Apr. 24
"Year produces first school takeover by state," 2004:5B, Dec. 24
Louisiana-Environment
"2003 ends without money for coastal restoration," 2004:1B, Jan.3
"Blanco seeks $50M for coastal erosion projects," 2004:4B, Jan. 24
"Coastal protection has a hero in Breaux," 2004:1B, May 29
"Coastal restoration plan draws criticism," 2004:4B, July 29
"Kerry talks coastal conservation in La.", 2004:2B, Apr. 22
"La. bars imports of plants from California," 2004:2B, Mar. 25
"La. DEQ focusing efforts on mercury problem," 2004:4B, Sept. 14
"La. looks for funds to repair coast," 2004:3A, Sept. 14
"La. needs more land set aside for coastal mitigation," 2004:5B, Mar. 7
"Money for La. coastal restoration getting tight," 2004:4B, Jan. 30
"NW La. parishes lobby for funds for options to aquifer," 2004:3B, June 10
"Ozone Action Day' declared for today," 2004:1A, July 13
"Plan for saving coasts hits the street," 2004:4B, July 6
"Release of coastal plan may open door to federal funding," 2004:4B, Mar. 6
"Scientist: Shoreline eroding faster," 2004:3B, May 3
"Sierra Club issues warning about contaminated fish," 2004:4B, Aug. 4
"SNL's' Mr. Bill makes comeback to save coast," 2004:1B, Jan.13
"Study: Two-thirds of La. water pollution permits violated," 2004:2B, Mar. 31
"Wetlands could get federal help," 2004:1B, June 25
Louisiana-Film Center
"Louisiana Film Center comes closer to reality," 2004:1A, Oct. 19
Louisiana-Hayride
"Agency commits $40,000 for statue," 2004:1B, July 28
"Album captures Johnny Horton's 'Hayride' performances," 2004:1D, Apr. 12
"Calling all Elvis fans," 2004:1D, Sept. 7
"Correction," 2004:1B, Dec. 29
"Elvis fans flood event," 2004:1B, Jan. 26
"Elvis got his start," 2004:SS, Oct. 10
"Elvis microphone sells for $37,500 in auction," 2004:1A, Dec. 13
"Event to mark Elvis' performance," 2004:1B, June 24
"Hank Williams inducted in Walk of Stars," 2004:1D, June 24
"Hayride performance created Elvis the star," 2004:1A, Oct. 9
"Musicians to get stars on local walk of fame," 2004:1A, May 29
"Presley Hayride microphone on eBay," 2004:1A, Dec.7
"Shreveport native pens book about Hayride" [Tracey Laird], 2004:1B, Dec. 26
Louisiana-Legislature
"12 CPAs seek La. legislative auditor's position," 2004:3A, Mar. 12
"Advocates agree to tougher 'open container' bill," 2004:3A, Apr. 15
"Amendment proposals fall on two ballots," 2004:1A, Aug. 11
"Amendment weakens donation restrictions bill," 2004:3A, Apr. 20
"Another helmet bill steers off course," 2004:1A, May 7
"Audit: Financial adviser didn't follow law on pay," 2004:2B, Oct. 26
"Baton Rouge court to hear gay-marriage ban challenge," 2004:3B, Oct. 5
"Baton Rouge senator takes up cause of Jena teen's bill," 2004:3A, June 4
"Baylor blocks DDA appointments bill," 2004:3A, June 10
"Bill for ex-Saints advances to Senate," 2004:3A, May 5
"Bill offers chance for TOPS and tax credit," 2004:3A, June 17
"Bill offers pay raises to judges, La. officials," 2004:3A, May 27
"Bill opens TOPS door for young but smart," 2004:3A, June 4
"Bill seeks to ban same-sex marriage," 2004:1A, May 4
"Bill to let residents stay on welfare rolls," 2004:3A, Apr.27
"Bill would add gaming to river cruise ship," 2004:3A, May 27
"Bill would return money in Agriculture lawsuit," 2004:4B, Apr. 24
"Bills target city, police relations," 2004:1A, Apr. 12
"Blanco appoints three to BESE," 2004:3A, Apr. 1
"Blanco faces deadline today on drug bill," 2004:3A, May 6
"Blanco opens session, pledges to attract jobs," 2004:1A, Mar. 30
"Blanco reaffirms veterans home plan," 2004:1A, Apr. 19
"Blanco signs prescription measure," 2004:3A, May 7
"Blanco to push federally funded health care centers," 2004:1A, Apr. 12
"Blanco vetoes diploma alternative," 2004:1B, July 10
"Blanco wins public records exemption in House vote," 2004:3A, Apr.30
"Blanco's ethics, campaign finance plan faces scrutiny," 2004:3A, Apr. 15
"Blanco's executive branch lobbying bill greenlighted," 2004:4B, Apr. 23
"Bossier police chief opposes bills," 2004:1A, May 25
"Budget OK in House, moves to Senate," 2004:3A, May 28
"Burrell gets reading lesson from Education Committee," 2004:3A, June 9
"Cabinet pay raises get final approval from Legislature," 2004:3A, Mar. 18
"Cain bill gutted, passed by Senate," 2004:3A, Mar. 16
"Cajun Boy' seafood faces unfriendly state House," 2004:3A, Apr. 2
"Changes ride on fire, police tax bill," 2004:1A, June 17
"Charity hospitals brace for $91M in cuts," 2004:3A, May 5
"Clash possible over future use of prison," 2004:4B, May 27
"Clone wars flare," 2004:6B, June 18
"Closure comes after decade of abuse," 2004:4B, May 27
"Cockfighting ban battle is brewing," 2004:1A, Apr. 8
"Commission looks for way around 'visor' provision," 2004:2B, July 10
"Commission narrows auditor field," 2004:1B, Mar. 31
"Committee blocks more licenses for deadbeat parents," 2004:3A, May 25
"Committee OKs open records bill," 2004:1A, May 20
"Committee puts brakes on expanding government," 2004:3A, Apr. 2
"Committee shoots down bill to repeal term limits," 2004:3A, May 5
"Compensation for innocent headed for state Senate," 2004:1A, June 16
"Constitution, controversy top agenda," 2004:1A, Mar. 29
"Cyclist helmet law back in favor," 2004:1A, May 4
"DDA restrictions amended into tax bill," 2004:3A, June 15
"Deadbeat parents may face charges," 2004:1A, June 15
"Efforts to adjust gun laws killed," 2004:1A, Apr. 29
"Election district precinct exchanges delayed," 2004:3A, May 20
"Ethics tops Blanco's session," 2004:1A, Mar. 28
"Ex-colleague picked as state's top watchdog," 2004:4B, Apr. 21
"Fired Senate secretary wants job back or pay," 2004:1A, Apr. 10
"Florist bill wilts in Senate committee," 2004:1A, May 12
"Florist licensing alternative approved," 2004:3A, Apr. 28
"Freebies for elected officials fall under Senate attack," 2004:3A, May 20
"Funding for area projects renewed," 2004:1B, July 18
"Future casino truck stops near residential areas banned," 2004:3A, June 15
"Gay marriage ban fails by one vote," 2004:3A, May 13
"Gay marriage ban likely up to voters," 2004:1A, May 19
"Gay marriage debate heading to La. Legislature," 2004:1A, Jan. 31
"Glover gives up on hotel financing bill," 2004:3A, June 9
"Golf bill ready for tee off," 2004:1B, Apr. 13
"Gov. abandons bid to put Bill Jones on BESE," 2004:4A, Mar. 31
"Gov. Blanco wins tax relief for business, industry," 2004:3A, Mar. 18
"Group opposes new 'deadbeat parents' law," 2004:4B, July 8
"Health care may require special session," 2004:2B, Feb. 26
"Helmet law close to approval," 2004:3A, June 17
"Helmet law to go into effect Aug. 15," 2004:1A, July 8
"Hightower blames senator for excluding hotel from bill," 2004:1A, May 28
"Hines Salter untested," 2004:1A, June 16
"Hog dog' ban passes Senate committee," 2004:3A, May 12
"Homestead exemption bill comes under fire," 2004:3A, June 2
"Homestead exemption on it way to voters," 2004:3A, June 17
"Homestead exemption to include all owners," 2004:3A, June 15
"Hope to strike segregation-era statutes from books," 2004:3A, May 27
"Hotel bill stalled by opposition," 2004:1B, June 3
"House agrees to end porn viewing on in-car videos," 2004:3A, May 5
"House and Senate clamp down on 'Cajun boy' labeling," 2004:3A, Apr. 8
"House approves 'certificate' for high school nongraduates," 2004:3A, June 8
"House approves pared-down capital outlay bill," 2004:3A, May 28
"House bill may limit campaign contributions," 2004:1B, Apr. 17
"House committee approves gay marriage ban," 2004:3A, May 12
"House drops ban on 'low rider' pants," 2004:1A, May 26
"House excludes city in taxing authority bill," 2004:1A, May 20
"House kills permanent daylight time measure," 2004:3A, Apr.30
"House members bid farewell to Hudson," 2004:3A, May 14
"House OKs business tax renewal," 2004:1A, Mar. 12
"House OKs business taxes phase-out," 2004:1B, Mar. 13
"House OKs compensating those wrongly convicted," 2004:3A, June 9
"House OKs insurance mandate," 2004:3A, Apr. 29
"House OKs pay raises for Cabinet secretaries," 2004:3A, Mar. 11
"House panel agrees to payrate changes," 2004:4B, Mar. 10
"House panel stalls change to White Lake property," 2004:3A, June 15
"House reaches agreement on homestead exemption," 2004:1A, June 8
"House votes against Citizens Review Panel," 2004:1A, June 9
"House votes to send gay marriage ban to voters on Sept.", 2004:3A, June 16
"House votes to tweak covenant marriage law," 2004:3A, Apr. 8
"Human cloning ban would allow some research," 2004:3A, June 16
"Income tax break plan advances with changes," 2004:3A, Mar. 11
"Insider nominated for auditor post," 2004:3A, Apr. 20
"Internet access bill advances from House committee," 2004:3A, Apr. 28
"Jones short of vote on Richwood poker bill," 2004:3A, May 6
"Kennedy joins call to outlaw cockfights," 2004:1B, Apr. 10
"La. bucks U.S. trend of cutting arts funding," 2004:3B, Jan.4
"La. cloning ban bill dies," 2004:3A, June 22
"La. fights to save preschool program," 2004:1B, Apr. 12
"La. gets mixed grades in study," 2004:1A, Jan. 9
"La. lawmaker pushes e-mail program for military families," 2004:3B, May 29
"La. lawmakers to focus on taxes at special session," 2004:1A, Mar. 7
"La. lawmakers to review emergency funding," 2004:4B, Sept. 8
"La. may be shifting to Republican," 2004:1A, Dec. 13
"La. may seek study of program costs," 2004:1A, Apr. 16
"La. seeks Plan B for health budget," 2004:1B, Apr. 18
"La. Senate authorizes night work for teens," 2004:3A, June 10
"La. to monitor health providers," 2004:1B, Oct. 10
"Language in gay marriage ban debated," 2004:1A, June 14
"Lawmaker aims to unseat judge," 2004:3A, May 25
"Lawmaker looks to video poker to save town," 2004:3A, Apr. 29
"Lawmakers consider health plans for poor," 2004:4B, Mar. 6
"Lawmakers could hold meetings over video program," 2004:3A, Apr.27
"Lawmakers earn money from state, local work," 2004:1A, July 13
"Lawmakers face session deadline," 2004:1A, June21
"Lawmakers hear suggestions for spending surplus," 2004:4B, Jan. 24
"Lawmakers kill bill to ban cockfighting again," 2004:3A, May 6
"Lawmakers looking for ways to scrape up more money," 2004:4B, Jan. 23
"Lawmakers reject new Indian tribe," 2004:3A, May 26
"Lawmakers seek legislative auditor," 2004:3A, Mar. 17
"Lawmakers take dim view of thics board proposals," 2004:3A, Mar. 18
"Lawmakers try to 'hold the line' on TOPS costs," 2004:1A, May 24
"Lawmakers want to know cost of Bush school plan," 2004:1B, Apr. 21
"Lawmakers's death stalls legislation," 2004:1B, May 8
"Lawmakers: Hotel needs more checking out," 2004:1A, May 14
"Lawyers back in court over state-supported elderly care," 2004:2B, July 13
"Learning Center one vote short," 2004:6B, June 18
"Learning Center plan faces uphill battle," 2004:3A, June 10
"Legislation may improve La. health care," 2004:1A, Oct. 8
"Legislation seeks death-row confessions with truth serum," 2004:3A, June 9
"Legislation would allow psychologist prescriptions," 2004:4B, Apr. 22
"Legislative briefs," 2004:4B, 2004:6B, Apr. 22, June 18
"Legislators study juvenile prison for learning center," 2004:3A, May 26
"Legislators to focus on budget," 2004:1A, Apr. 19
"Legislators' reactions to speech mixed," 2004:3A, Mar. 30
"Legislature addressed wide rage of issues," 2004:1B, June 23
"Legislature criminalities nonpayment of child support," 2004:3A, June 22
"Legislature raises limit on use of oil and gas money," 2004:3A, Mar. 17
"Locals trek to the Capitol to make their case," 2004:3A, Apr. 6
"Louisiana lawmakers tackle love and marriage," 2004:2A, Apr. 6
"Major issues pending as deadline approaches," 2004:3B, May 29
"Mental health-care accreditation debated,' 2004:3A, Mar. 11
"Millions owed in child support," 2004:1A, Aug. 19
"Minimum wage increase blocked," 2004:3A, June 4
"Montgomery trying to save Northwest state school," 2004:3A, June 10
"Most La. legislators serving last term," 2004:1A, Jan. 12
"Motorcycle helmet law goes into effect," 2004:1A, Aug. 15
"Much to do in final two days," 2004:1B, June 20
"Nearly $700M in deleted plans reserved in list," 2004:1A, May 24
"New La. law closes open container loophole," 2004:1A, May 16
"New law isolates juvenile justice," 2004:1A, May 6
"New Legislature seated, elects officers," 2004:5A, Jan.13
"New state leaders already on the job," 2004:3A, Jan. 12
"New teen license law now is effect," 2004:1A, Sept. 5
"New White Lake board heads to House," 2004:3A, June 17
"No new projects this year," 2004:1B, Mar. 26
"Official: Don't fiddle with Stelly plan," 2004:1B, Nov. 10
"Officials want to look at changes," 2004:1B, Feb. 12
"Open container law headed for House OK," 2004:1A, Apr. 21
"Panel approves local citizens review board," 2004:3A, May 14
"Panel approves jobs measure over Blanco's objections," 2004:4B, June 12
"Panel approves TOPS changes," 2004:3A, Apr.30
"Panel delays campaign finance law change," 2004:3A, May 6
"Panel kills attempts at vouchers," 2004:1A, May 21
"Panel OKs $23M bailout for charity hospitals," 2004:7B, Feb. 22
"Panel OKs bill to allow secret negotiations," 2004:6B, May 20
"Panel OKs compromise motorcycle helmet law," 2004:3A, May 28
"Panel OKs King holiday, 9/11 holiday delayed," 2004:3A, Apr. 2
"Panel OKs revamp of White lake refuge board," 2004:1B, Apr. 16
"Panel OKs student teaching request," 2004:3A, June 9
"Panel restricts truck stop casinos," 2004:1B, Apr. 22
"Panel says no to gay marriage," 2004:1A, May 5
"Panel supports 'hog baiting' ban in La.", 2004:4B, Apr. 22
"Panel tightens campaign contribution law," 2004:1B, Apr. 16
"Panels OK tax renewals, fund shifts," 2004:1A, Mar. 9
"Pay raise issue headed for full House debate," 2004:1A, Apr. 22
"Pay raises a dead issue for session," 2004:1A, June 14
"Pension plans face shortfalls," 2004:1A, Apr. 6
"Pension system's purchase of golf courses criticized," 2004:3A, Apr. 6
"Politics impede reform for state capital outlay," 2004:1A, May 31
"Practicing medicine without a license should be a felony," 2004:3A, Apr.27
"Proposed raises would past neighboring peers," 2004:1A, Apr. 25
"Push for year-round daylight-saving time," 2004:3A, Apr. 28
"Repayment for wrongful imprisonment urged," 2004:3A, May 19
"Riverboat campaign contributions should be allowed," 2004:3A, Apr. 29
"Roadblocks ban rolls through House," 2004:3A, May 20
"Rolling roadblock bill clears Legislature," 2004:1A, June 11
"Rolling roadblocks targeted," 2004:3A, May 7
"Rural Internet access measure heads for final approval," 2004:3A, May 12
"Ruts in road construction program," 2004:5I, Apr. 18
"Sale of prestige plates waiting on 5th Circuit ruling," 2004:5B, Aug. 16
"Scalping bill dies," 2004:3A, May 19
"School boards in $107M hole," 2004:3A, June 16
"School bus bill approved despite objections from drivers," 2004:4B, Apr. 21
"Senate approves $2.6B funding for public schools," 2004:4B, June 12
"Senate approves keeping industry negotiations secret," 2004:3A, May 26
"Senate approves marriage measure," 2004:1A, June 10
"Senate backs changes to DDA," 2004:3A, May 26
"Senate committee OKs bill to raise minimum wage," 2004:6B, May 14
"Senate defeats election-year change," 2004:3A, June 15
"Senate panel OKs $17B budget," 2004:5B, June 12
"Senate panel OKs bill to refine DDA appointments," 2004:3A, May 7
"Senate panel, House advance juvenile justice reform," 2004:3A, Apr. 15
"Senate passes helmet measure," 2004:1A, June 18
"Senate passes New Orleans school bill," 2004:3A, June 10
"Senate rejects cloning ban," 2004:3A, June 17
"Senate sends tax renewal to Blanco's desk," 2004:3A, Mar. 17
"Senate signs off on $17.5B budget," 2004:3A, June 16
"Senate ticked at ticket story," 2004:4B, June 12
"Senate to consider $17.5B state budget plan today," 2004:3A, June 15
"Senate tries to restore helmet law," 2004:4B, June 3
"Senate turns to low-key Koepp as its top official," 2004:1A, Mar. 21
"Senator says he's looking for consensus on pay raises," 2004:3A, Apr. 8
"Senators bid to reverse Stelly Plan," 2004:3A, Mar. 17
"Senators grouse about lack of outlay dollars," 2004:3A, June 2
"Senators question benefits," 2004:1A, June 28
"Senators submit multimillion-dollar 'wish list'", 2004:3A, June 8
"Senators vote to limit stem cell research," 2004:3A, May 26
"SenioRx program proves successful," 2004:3A, June 4
"Session heads into final days," 2004:1A, June 7
"Session roared at end," 2004:3B, June 28
"Session seen as a success for Gov. Blanco," 2004:1A, Mar. 21
"Shreveport attorney sues local judges," 2004:1A, Jan.6
"Shreveport representative hospitalized during session," 2004:1A, May 28
"Some teens may have to wait longer for driver's licenses," 2004:1B, July 1
"State considers buying Canadian pharmaceuticals," 2004:3A, Apr. 8
"State Senate committee OKs juvenile department," 2004:3A, May 13
"State Senate votes to ban fund raising during session," 2004:3A, May 27
"State to pay Saints with borrowed money," 2004:3A, June 22
"Stelly Plan repeal attempt gets axed," 2004:3A, June 8
"Stronger DWI penalties move to house for review," 2004:4B, Apr. 22
"Suit filed to block gay marriage ban," 2004:1A, Aug. 7
"Superintendents get power to run failing schools," 2004:3A, May 20
"Tax breaks fly through committee," 2004:1B, Mar. 10
"Telecommunications measure would set limits," 2004:4B, June 3
"The truth about drinks gets uncapped," 2004:1B, Apr. 23
"TOPS bill hits snag," 2004:3A, June 8
"Tracking down 'deadbeat' parents in U.S.", 2004:3A, Apr. 28
"Universities face $40M shortage in draft budget," 2004:3A, Apr. 14
"Unwed couples left out in tax bill," 2004:1A, May 26
"Where they stand," 2004:2A, Feb. 25
"White Lake board sails through House," 2004:6B, June 18
Louisiana-Population
"La. voting age population more than double those who vote," 2004:4B, Mar. 4
"Shipper: Percentage of La. move-outs drops slightly," 2004:2B, Mar. 31
Louisiana-Prisons
"BI scheduled to replace Project Return," 2004:5A, Feb. 21
"Clash possible over future use of prison," 2004:4B, May 27
"Closure comes after decade of abuse," 2004:4B, May 27
"Controversy brews over prisons chief," 2004:1B, Jan. 26
"Ex-prisoners sought to keep grant alive," 2004:1A, Mar. 29
"Head of state prison system calls for 'shakedown' at Angola," 2004:2B, Feb. 28
"Juveniles moved from Tallulah facility early," 2004:1B, June 2
"La. prison recidivism examined," 2004:1B, July 22
"Missouri official: Focus more on treatment," 2004:4B, Sept. 8
"Program helps ex-inmates focus on staying out of jail," 2004:1A, Feb. 21
"Stalder renamed corrections secretary," 2004:1A, Feb. 27
"Tallulah prison may stick around longer," 2004:1A, June 7
Louisiana-Public Service Commission
"PSC convenes here for first time," 2004:1A, Mar. 18
Louisiana-Republicans
"Black Republicans not an oxymoron," 2004:1A, Oct. 25
"Bush leads the race in La.", 2004:1A, July 27
"Conservatives take over La. GOP," 2004:5B, Mar. 28
"GOP group may face fines for election ads," 2004:5B, Apr. 15
"La. GOP looks at returning to closed primary system," 2004:7B, Dec. 12
"La. Republicans open convention with talk of Reagan," 2004:3B, Aug. 7
"Local delegates headed to the GOP pep rally," 2004:1A, Aug. 25
"Local GOP picks delegates," 2004:1B, Feb. 8
"Local Republicans choose delegates for state meet," 2004:5B, July 25
"State GOP convention starts today in Lafayette," 2004:1B, Aug.6
"Tauzin, Vitter miss GOP convention, Alexander attends," 2004:4A, Aug. 30
Louisiana-Sports Hall of Fame
"1989 NLCS glory part of Clark's career," 2004:2C, June 20
"Area contingent leads Hall of Fame class," 2004:1C, Feb. 22
"Barmore goes from hero to Hall of Fame,' 2004:1C, June 19
"Ex-Mansfield, GSU star earns Hall induction," 2004:1C, June21
"Induction guests will see the real Thrill," 2004:1C, June 26
"State Hall inductees gather in Natchitoches," 2004:1C, June 25
"Two headed for Hall" [Sardisco, Franklin], 2004:1C, June 23
Louisiana-Tech
"Alumnus urges graduates to let their lights shine," 2004:5B, Nov. 21
"Artist's work being preserved at Tech" [Albino Hinojosa], 2004:6B, Dec. 5
"Grambling, La. Tech tackle dormitory woes," 2004:1A, Mar. 28
"La.Tech, state unite to combat diabetes," 2004:1B, Dec. 5
"Mayor to lead Tech homecoming parade," 2004:2B, Oct. 19
"Tech awards 350 diplomas at winter graduation," 2004:6B, Mar. 7
"Tech confers 396 degrees," 2004:5B, Nov. 21
"Tech graduates 366 students," 2004:4B, Aug. 16
"Tech homecoming," 2004:1A, Oct. 22
Louisiana-Technical College
"Budget woes for area technical colleges," 2004:1A, Oct. 19
"Student finds home in the kitchen," 2004:1D, July 14
LSU Board of Supervisors
"Blanco replaces 2 LSU board members," 2004:4B, June 29
LSU-Baton Rouge
"Bush to address LSU graduates today," 2004:1B, May 21
"Bush to be keynote LSU commencement speaker," 2004:3A, Apr. 2
"Bush to grads: 'Listen to your mother'", 2004:1B, May 22
"Local men to receive LSU law school honors," 2004:2B, Oct. 5
"LSU lags U.S. in promoting women faculty," 2004:2B, Dec. 29
"NASA administrator to resign; favored as LSU head," 2004:1B, Dec. 13
"O'Keefe new LSU chancellor," 2004:1A, Dec. 17
"Old LSU dorms need renovations," 2004:8A, Mar. 29
"One on one with Mark Emmert," 2004:2C, May 16
"Out-of-state applicants increase," 2004:1A, Aug. 23
LSU-Health Sciences Center
"Alzheimer's research under way at LSUHSC," 2004:2A, June 12
"Balentine, books make way to LSUHSC," 2004:4B, Apr. 8
"Community meets health needs, from birth to death," 2004:1D, Aug. 29
"Doctor's homecoming is 'traumatic'", 2004:1D, Apr. 2
"Endowed professorships honor local physicians," 2004:6A, Sept. 1
"Fund-raisers to help Children's Center," 2004:1B, July 7
"Job shadow casts light on health profession," 2004:1B, Feb. 3
"La. working to correct a dearth of trauma centers," 2004:3B, July 17
"LSU hospital shortfall lower than expected," 2004:1A, May 29
"LSUHSC achieves final separation from N.O.", 2004:2B, Mar. 26
"LSUHSC confers 6 graduate degrees," 2004:2B, Dec. 29
"LSUHSC confers degrees on 117," 2004:2B, May 30
"LSUHSC in line for tuition increase," 2004:4A, June 11
"LSUHSC installing new alarm system," 2004:2B, Apr. 7
"LSUHSC scientists receive grants," 2004:1B, June 3
"LSUHSC sets pace in prostate cancer study," 2004:1B, May 14
"Medical students end weeks of waiting," 2004:1B, Mar. 19
"New LSUHSC facility to focus on cancer therapies," 2004:1A, Oct. 10
"Power outages hit LSU Hospital," 2004:4B, Aug. 31
"Program on hold, seeking doctors," 2004:1A, Aug. 25
"Renovations under way at Children's Center," 2004:2D, Oct. 29
"School closer to independence," 2004:1A, May 11
"Separate status for LSUHSC sought by lawmakers," 2004:3A, June 9
"Smoking 'break' aims to snuff out habit," 2004:1B, Aug. 23
"Transplant program remains on hold," 2004:1A, Nov. 7
"Transplant program's status leaves some in limbo," 2004:1A, Aug. 29
"Wanted: doctors for rural Louisiana," 2004:1A, Oct. 3
LSUS
"Award-winning play to be staged at LSUS," 2004:2D, Sept. 30
"Bat cave to be completed today," 2004:1B, July 17
"Bat condos to be topic at group meeting," 2004:3B, Oct. 27
"Bubble Rap' showcases local comic, graphic artists," 2004:1D, Oct. 7
"Civil War sound echo through campus," 2004:3B, Oct. 31
"Computing services job requires variety of skills," 2004:6B, Mar. 27
"Conference examines trends in real estate," 2004:6B, May 7
"Conference to focus on real estate market," 2004:6B, May 5
"Director Alford brings years of experience back home," 2004:4E, Nov. 5
"Efficient election scheduling possible" [Sadow, Jeff], 2004:7A, Dec. 21
"Emerging technologies create career opportunities," 2004:1I, Mar. 21
"Endowed professorships honor local business people," 2004:6A, Sept. 1
"Event to discuss economy," 2004:6B, Aug. 28
"Fight to reduce poverty forum held," 2004:1A, Nov. 5
"Former diplomats speak against Bush's foreign decisions," 2004:4B, Oct. 13
"Group takes to the lake for some serious science," 2004:1B, Sept. 26
"Groups focus on college voters," 2004:2B, Mar. 7
"Illegal downloading discussed at LSUS," 2004:1B, Apr. 2
"Insurance commissioner going door to door," 2004:6B, July 23
"LaPREP students learn social responsibility," 2004:1B, July 19
"Local campus to be site of statewide contest," 2004:3B, Mar. 28
"Local venues to host Piatigorsky concerts," 2004:3D, Oct. 5
"LSUS advances to tourney finals," 2004:2C, May 8
"LSUS awards 261 degrees," 2004:2B, May 27
"LSUS coach guides team to two games out of first place," 2004:1C, Feb. 26
"LSUS confers degrees on 299 students," 2004:4B, Dec. 25
"LSUS gets 440,000 for broadcast lab," 2004:2B, Feb. 26
"LSUS has wealth of positive features," 2004:11A, Sept. 30
"LSUS notches national ranking" [Pilots], 2004:1C, Jan. 23
"LSUS plans Spring Fling," 2004:2B, Apr. 15
"LSUS plans three-week ethics conference," 2004:3B, Mar. 22
"LSUS prepping students for media market," 2004: 1B, Mar.1
"LSUS seeks return to Idaho" [Pilots], 2004:3C, Feb. 4
"LSUS to hold auditions for fall production," 2004:4D, Sept. 4
"LSUS tops region's list for state grants," 2004:1B, Sept. 6
"LSUS women look for improvement in Year 2" [Lady Pilots], 2004:4C, Nov. 9
"McDowell, Payne receive LABC honors," 2004:5C, Apr. 29
"Meeting to focus on Internet safety," 2004:1B, Nov. 8
"Non-La. students to see fee cut," 2004:1A, Nov. 20
"NSU wallops LSUS" [Lady Pilots], 2004:8C, Dec. 3
"Panelists discuss local impact of global economy," 2004:1B, Aug. 29
"Professor to speak to HR group" [Lisa Burke], 2004:5B, Jan. 26
"Rolls grow at state colleges," 2004:1A, Sept. 25
"Speairs, Dr. Richard dies," 2004:3B, Dec. 12
"Sports celebration scheduled at LSUS," 2004:4C, Feb. 3
"Students face rising tuition," 2004:1A, June 26
"Students stage mock election," 2004:1B, Oct. 27
"Tap dance classes to be held," 2004:3D, Jan. 27
"Teacher aims to rebuild observatory," 2004:2B, May 23
"Tech coordinator helps students develop skills," 2004:5B, Mar. 22
"Three visual artists to exhibit at LSUS," 2004:2D, Nov. 16
"UFO researcher to return to familiar territory," 2004:1B, Oct. 13

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Mansfield Female College
"With friends like these..." [history], 2004:1D, Dec. 5
Mansfield, LA
"Area firm anticipates new owner," 2004:6B, July 2
"Arson suspected in fires at South Mansfield Village Hall," 2004:1B, Aug. 16
"Battlefield preservationists enlist help of satellite image," 2004:1B, Feb. 10
"Cause of South Mansfield Village Hall fire still unclear," 2004:4B, Aug. 17
"DeSoto book committee wants to verify veterans," 2004:2B, Feb. 17
"Fight over mining looms for Mansfield battlefield," 2004:1A, Apr. 20
"Fire heavily damages Village Hall," 2004:1B, Aug. 14
"Mansfield battle field in endangered top 10," 2004:1B, Feb. 26
"Mansfield battle site plans scary night," 2004:2B, Oct. 28
"Mansfield leaders say no to crossing closures," 2004:3B, June 15
"Mansfield mayor ends emergency program," 2004:1B, Nov. 16
"Mansfield says no to street closures," 2004:1B, Sept. 14
"Mansfield to consider options on railroad crossing," 2004:2B, Aug. 24
"Officials make strides after fire," 2004:1B, Nov. 29
"Re-enactors clash in Battle of Mansfield," 2004:1A, Apr. 4
"Remember the sacrifice of our forefathers," 2004:5A, Mar. 31
"Shreveport man gets preservation award" [Dr. Andrew Porter], 2004:2B, Oct. 5
"Two cities, similar price tags, different results," 2004:1A, Nov. 26
Mardi Gras
"4 Mardi Gras krewes crown royalty over weekend," 2004:2D, Aug. 22
"Behind the scenes," 2004:1B, Feb. 22
"Clock ticking for local Mardi Gras," 2004:1B, Feb. 1
"Dog days of Mardi Gras," 2004:5E, Feb. 20
"Ex-POWs to lead Centaur parade," 2004:1A, Jan. 27
"Forecast looms," 2004:1A, Feb. 14
"Gemini to 'Explore Louisiana'", 2004:14E, Feb. 20
"Heroes get into swing of Mardi Gras festivities," 2004:4A, Feb. 15
"Highland krewe will 'funk you up'", 2004:5E, Feb. 20
"Krewe of Aesclepius announces theme and 2005 royals," 2004:2D, Oct. 24
"Krewe of Apollo finally comes out," 2004:1A, Jan. 22
"Krewe of Barkus and Meoux," 2004:1B, Feb. 16
"Krewe of Centaur celebrates 'American Heroes'", 2004:2D, Feb. 8
"Krewe of Centaur rolls through the snow," 2004:1A, Feb. 15
"Krewe of Gemini throws a ball," 2004:2D, Feb. 22
"Krewe of Justinian presents royalty," 2004:2D, Jan. 25
"Krewe of Sobek to join Mardi Gras lineup," 2004:1D, Dec. 26
"Krewes hold Christmas party for soldiers' families," 2004:1B, Dec. 13
"Krewes plan party for soldiers' families," 2004:1B, Nov. 22
"Ladies Auxiliary donates picture," 2004: 1B, Mar.1
"Let Mardi Gras 2004 begin," 2004:2D, Jan.11
"Mardi Gras 2004," 2004:1A, Feb. 21
"Mardi Gras in NW LA," 2004:6B, Feb. 12
"Mardi Gras Museum best-kept secret," 2004:1D, Dec. 26
"Mix-up delays delivery of poster," 2004:2B, Mar. 4
"One last chance at Mardi Gras," 2004:2B, Feb. 24
"Parade watchers 'set up' for Centaur," 2004:4A, Feb. 15
"Preparations enter 11th hour for Centaur," 2004:1A, Feb. 10
"Revelers get funky at parade," 2004:1B, Feb. 23
"Throws in the cold," 2004:5A, Feb. 15
"Weather invite crowd to Gemini," 2004:1A, Feb. 22
Marjorie Lyons Playhouse
"Centenary theater faces end of era," 2004:4A, Oct. 27
"Gypsy steps lightly into the dark side of fame," 2004:4D, July 17
"Gypsy," 2004:1D, July 6
"John Rabenjorst sets magic show," 2004:2D, Apr. 20
"MLP lets sit all hang out," 2004:2D, Sept. 28
"MLP sets 'Leenane' benefit performance," 2004:3D, Feb. 17
"MLP to audition children for 'Gypsy'", 2004:2D, Apr. 13
"Playhouse announces cast for 'Gypsy'", 2004:2D, June 22
"Playhouse offers variety in 2004-05 season," 2004:2D, July 20
"Red Ryder' lived, not performed, by its actors," 2004:4D, Nov. 13
"Red Ryder' to open at Centenary," 2004:2D, Nov. 9
"Running the show from the sidelines," 2004:4E, Feb. 13
"The Laramie Project," 2004:1D, Feb. 1
"Underpants' is heavy on farce, light on satire," 2004:4D, Oct. 2
"Verna' role requires talent," 2004:2D, Mar. 23
McCarty, Mack
"Community Renewal celebrates 10 years," 2004:1A, June21
McCrery, Rep. Jim
"'His work was too important'", 2004:2B, Mar. 3
"Bill has $168M for La. projects," 2004:1A, Apr. 3
"Bill includes local, area projects," 2004:1B, Mar. 25
"Bill leaves status of I-49 funding unknown," 2004:1B, May 6
"City gets federal grant for demolition," 2004:1B, June 5
"House passes $422B defense bill," 2004:1A, May 22
"Houses bill includes $699K in funding for waterways," 2004:2B, June 26
"Hundreds gather for D.C. Mardi Gras," 2004:4A, Feb. 14
"Jurors to discuss funding with McCrery," 2004:2B, Apr. 14
"La. congressional delegation has out-ot-state support," 2004:1B, Mar. 22
"La. delegation: energy, roads top priorities," 2004:1A, Jan. 19
"Louisiana lawmakers measure address from different angles," 2004:3A, Jan. 21
"McCrery honored by small-business," 2004:6B, Oct. 7
"McCrery honored for helping the disabled," 2004:3B, Sept. 11
"McCrery likely to run for ninth term," 2004: 1A, Mar. 2
"McCrery may not pursue 9th term," 2004:1A, Feb. 21
"McCrery to speak to underwriters Monday," 2004:4B, Jan. 24
"Six-year highway program still hung up over money," 2004:2A, June 22
"U.S. chamber to honor McCrery," 2004:5B, Jan.6
"Wife orders: McCrery going for term No. 9," 2004:1B, Mar. 3
McEachern, Langston
"He captured our moments and our hearts," 2004:1B, Sept. 26
"Obituary," 2004:4B, Sept. 26
Meadows Museum
"Catch worthy Meadows exhibits before they close," 2004:3D, Jan. 20
"Meadows opens Hispanic American exhibits," 2004:3D, Feb. 17
"Museum to exhibit two local painters' work," 2004:2B, June 19
"Museum to open show about Hogarth," 2004:3B, Aug. 22
"Poet Jack Gilbert on tap to speak at Meadows," 2004:2D, Apr. 15
Messmer, Harold 'Max'
"Former Shreveporter named CEO of the Year," 2004:1A, Jan.11
Mijalis, Gus
"Board postpones Mijalis pardon hearing," 2004:1B, June 2
"Mijalis's attorney tries to block state regulators," 2004:3B, Aug. 25
Mijalis, Marie
"Ex-Shreveporter advances despite last-place finish," 2004:1C, Aug. 24
"Mijalis has eyes on medal, mind on family," 2004:1C, Aug. 22
"Shreveport native bound for homeland," 2004:2C, Aug. 8
Minden, LA
"Another alcohol law protest brews in Minden," 2004:1B, Jan.13
"Big industry focus of trip," 2004:1A, Jan. 15
"DA closes assessor probe," 2004:1B, June 29
"DA: Assessor could face charges," 2004:1B, Jan. 23
"Former Sibley police chief to spend 60 days in jail," 2004:1B, Sept. 21
"Future of Minden schools on ballot," 2004:2B, Jan.14
"Minden closer to raising employee pay," 2004:4B, Oct. 27
"Minden delays liquor sales," 2004:1B, Jan. 9
"Minden OKs two zoning bids," 2004:2B, Jan. 9
"Sibley chief pleads guilty," 2004:1A, June 29
"Two look into sale of alcohol in Minden," 2004:1B, Feb. 17
"Voters to decide $18.5M proposal," 2004:2B, Oct. 27
"Webster clerk charged," 2004:1B, Jan. 27
Miss Louisiana
"Former Bossier resident wins Miss Louisiana," 2004:1B, June 20
"Miss LA 2004 to be crowned tonight," 2004:3B, June 19
"New Miss Louisiana readies herself for the next big step," 2004:1B, June 21
Moore, Beatrice Hawthorne
"Son mulls museum of first woman in La. House," 2004:1B, Dec. 31
Mooretown
"City grants help with improvements," 2004:1B, June 28
Mosby, Emerlyon
"Retired educator remembered as a great figure in Shreveport," 2004:4B, July 10
Multicultural Center of the South
"Cultural center closer to reality," 2004:1A, Feb. 7
"Lampkins to speak at scholarship banquet," 2004:3B, Sept. 27
"Spending, finances questioned," 2004:1A, Jan. 27
Municipal Auditorium
"50 years later, Elvis returns to the building," 2004:1A, Oct. 16
"75th celebration brings back music and memories," 2004:5E, Nov. 5
"Auditorium has been landmark since '29," 2004:4B, Nov. 10
"Auditorium set to host gospel, country concert," 2004:2B, Aug. 13
"Auditorium to open museum, offer tours," 2004:1B, June 3
"DDA Oks payment on statue," 2004:1B, Oct. 12
"Elvis celebration tickets available," 2004:3D, Oct. 5
"Elvis got his start," 2004:SS, Oct. 10
"Elvis readied for Shreveport debut," 2004:1A, Oct. 15
"Elvis statue due here next week," 2004:1A, Oct. 8
"Event to mark Elvis' performance," 2004:1B, June 24
"Friends of Municipal president on talk show," 2004:3B, Sept. 4
"Guitar festival in the works for Shreveport," 2004:1A, Sept. 29
"Infectious Isleys bring it to the Municipal," 2004:5E, July 30
"Local fans want all of Elvis, or bust," 2004:1A, July 23
"Municipal Auditorium celebrates 75 years," 2004:1A, Nov. 9
"Municipal, Texas Street celebrate the holidays," 2004:1D, Dec. 21
"Remembering Elvis," 2004:1A, Oct. 17
"Stage of Stars Museum seeks funds from DDA," 2004:1A, June 30

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NAACP
"BellSouth honored for support of diversity," 2004:6B, Aug. 31
"Community sentiments force Ford to yield," 2004:6B, June 23
"Contractor may face license revocation," 2004:1B, May 11
"Justice attorney meets with DeSoto officials," 2004:1B, Sept. 2
"NAACP leader weighs in on gay unions," 2004:1A, May 11
"NAACP wants equity in Bossier City jobs," 2004:1A, Sept. 26
"Unifying experience," 2004:1A, Sept. 23
National Conference for Community and Justice
"Group closes operation locally," 2004:3A, Oct. 8
Nelson, George
"George Nelson, Sr. ex-Centenary College Board chairman, dies at 86," 2004:4B, Jan.7
"Obituary," 2004:3B, Jan.7
Northwestern State University
"CP-Tel establishes NSU endowed scholarship," 2004:2B, Feb. 17
"Former educator establishes scholarship," 2004:6B, July 25
"Local program bucks nursing faculty shortage," 2004:1A, Sept. 14
"NSU confers degrees on 712," 2004:4B, June 5
"NSU marks largest graduating class in its history," 2004:5B, Jan.11
Norton Art Gallery
"Ansel Adams," 2004:1D, Oct. 5
"Art gallery exhibits new Steuben animals," 2004:2D, Aug. 26
"Essence of America," 2004:1D, Jan.13
"Exhibit featuring Eudora Welty photography opening at Norton," 2004:1D, Mar. 18

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Obituaries
"Arceneaux, Felix F. Jr.", 2004:3B, Jan.7
"Basco, Lillie Mae," 2004:3B, Apr. 28
"Blanchard, Eva Rice," 2004:3B, Apr. 16
"Blaydes, Dr. Robert Mark, Jr.", 2004:4B, Nov. 4
"Braddock, Calvin," 2004:3B, Nov. 12
"Brocato, Marilyn," 2004:3B, Nov. 10
"Butcher, Janet Bliss," 2004:3B, Oct. 23
"Chambers, Don. R.", 2004:3B, May 6
"Cox, Thomas Leo Sr.", 2004:3B, May 6
"Cummings, Dr. A.D.", 2004:4B, May 7
"Davis, Paul Robert," 2004:3B, May 18
"Despot, Raynelle S.", 2004:3B, May 7
"Dixon, Virgil L.", 2004:3B, Nov. 10
"Doles, John," 2004:5B, Apr. 18
"Dover, Marion H.", 2004:3B, Nov. 12
"Drake, Marlin Watson Jr.", 2004:3B, June 5
"Eddy, Dr. James H.", 2004:4B, Feb. 8
"Fitzgerald, Richard Farge," 2004:3B, Apr. 8
"Gandy, Shirley Lacobee," 2004:3B, Apr. 28
"Grau, Dean W.", 2004:4B, Oct. 3
"Holt, Jennie McRight," 2004:3B, Sept. 13
"Hussey, Inez Daniels," 2004:3B, Jan. 20
"Hutchinson, Trey," 2004:3B, Aug. 13
"Jackson, Jeanne Brown," 2004:3B, Aug.6
"Kalmbach, Dr. William Chase," 2004:4B, Aug. 29
"Lemak, Paul Joseph," 2004:3B, Apr.30
"Matthews, Mildred Trotter," 2004:3B, June 8
"Milazzo, Sam Frederick," 2004:3B, Apr.30
"Miller, Jim," 2004:3B, Feb. 23
"Montgomery, Perry A.", 2004:3B, July 28
"Nicholas, Dr. A.J.", 2004:4B, July 26
"O'Neal, Benjamin F.", 2004:4B, May 2
"Payne, William E. III," 2004:3B, Dec.8
"Pearce, W.P. 'Dub' Jr.", 2004:3B, Aug. 27
"Pegues, William Thomas III," 2004:4B, Feb. 6
"Rice, Alex," 2004:2B, Jan. 15
"Rigsby, James Perry," 2004:3B, Mar. 9
"Ross, Harold Kirkbride," 2004:4B, June 27
"Speairs, Dr. Richard," 2004:3B, Dec. 12
"Trusty, Betsy," 2004:4B, June 27
"Wang, Dr. Phil," 2004:4B, Nov. 21
"Watts, Walter Edwin," 2004:3B, Oct. 19
"Weimar, Bob," 2004:4B, Jan.3
"Whitaker, Susan Mulkey," 2004:3B, May 10
"Yago, Lawrence J.", 2004:3B, July 28
"Zagone, Sr. Joseph Marie D.C.", 2004:3B, Oct. 2
Oil and Gas
"Big oil no longer cash cow for state," 2004:5B, Aug. 23
"Fuel prices digging deeper into wallets," 2004:1A, Apr. 24
"Gas prices keep rising," 2004:6B, Mar. 6
"Gas prices take toll on La. economy," 2004:5B, Sept. 7
"High sulfur levels halt gas sales," 2004:5B, May 29
"La. loses six oil and gas rigs," 2004:6B, July 31
"Natural gas prices go beyond heating," 2004:1A, Nov. 15
"Oil and gas rig count down by 5," 2004:6B, Mar. 6
"Rising oil prices expected to help Louisiana's budget," 2004:3A, Apr. 1
Oil City, LA
"La. State Oil & Gas Museum is grandly opened," 2004:2D, May 23

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Performing Arts Center
"Belles of Broadway," 2004:1D, Sept. 21
"Camelot legend shines brightly in musical," 2004:6B, July 18
"Camelot' set to open at Performing Arts Center," 2004:2D, July 13
"Gilbert & Sullivan meet Scrooge," 2004:1D, Dec.7
"PAC to hold auditions for 'Camelot'", 2004:3D, Apr. 20
"Schoolhouse Rock Live!' gets local production," 2004:3D, Apr. 20
"Schoolhouse Rock' to come to life," 2004:3D, Apr.27
"Scrooge returns to local stage," 2004:6B, Dec. 10
"Youthful eye for the arts," 2004:1D, July 27
Peter Pan Players
"Opening night changed for 'Alice'", 2004:3D, Apr. 20
"Peter Pan' offers strong performances," 2004:2B, Dec. 28
"PPP plans 'Peter Pan' performances," 2004:3D, Dec. 21
"PPP wraps season with 'Looking Glass'", 2004:2D, May 4
"PPP's 'Peter Pan' tickets now on sale," 2004: 3D, Dec. 14
"Sleeping Beauty' awakens children's desires to dream," 2004:6B, Aug. 15
Philadelphia Center
"Center auction against AIDS is popular," 2004:2D, Aug. 8
"Organizers hope events will get people tested for HIV," 2004:2B, June 17
Pioneer Heritage Center
"Authors in April event to be held Saturday," 2004:2B, Apr. 1
"Tidwell to headline authors luncheon," 2004:1B, Mar. 28
Plain Dealing, La.
"Plain Dealing, after the fire," 2004:1I, Aug. 15
Port of Shreveport-Bossier
"Port adds fertilizer from Canada as outbound cargo," 2004:5B, Jan. 26
"Port plans to formalize Fair Share policies," 2004:6B, Nov. 18
"Port seeks next milestone," 2004:1I, Jan.11
"Saving history" [Morris-Dickson], 2004:1I, Oct. 17
"Wastewater treatment facility to expand," 2004:6B, Oct. 23
Private Schools
"Calvary Baptist Academy reopens high school," 2004:1B, Sept. 5
"Dunn lawsuit remains in the air," 2004:1A, May 6
"Dunn: Civil suit settled," 2004:1A, May 5
"Many say group's troubles are not over yet," 2004:1C, Sept. 23
"Principals reject public-private athletic split," 2004:1C, Sept. 23
Providence House
"Extreme Makeover," 2004:1B, May 4
"Forty Providence House children get etiquette lessons," 2004:1B, July 2
"Providence House faces budget woes," 2004:1A, July 25
"Providence House makes up part of shortfall," 2004:1B, Sept. 30
"Providence House to include adults in holiday cheer," 2004:1B, Nov. 30
"Providence reopens," 2004:1B, Oct. 28
"Shelter renovation means positive move," 2004:1B, Feb. 27
"Student credits Providence House with his family's success," 2004:1B, Feb. 19
"Students spread cheer at Providence House," 2004:4B, Dec. 4
"Therapist offers music as medicine," 2004:1D, June 17

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Queensborough
"New homes proving tough to sell," 2004:6B, July 22

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Railroads
"Working on the railroad" [Union Pacific], 2004:1A, Dec. 23
Red River
"Barge pileup affects local businesses," 2004:1A, Dec. 9
"Dam jam affecting businesses," 2004:6B, Dec.15
"La. gains federal money under budget proposal," 2004:2B, Feb. 4
"Lock and dam could be useful for Benton," 2004:2B, Nov. 20
"Mayor seeks funding for Red River marina," 2004:1A, Dec. 15
"Recreational use of Red continues to increase," 2004:1A, July 24
"Red River gets 58,000 fingerlings," 2004:8C, Dec. 12
"Red River study nears completion," 2004:1B, Feb. 21
"Shreveport nets major bass fishing tournament," 2004:1A, Oct. 9
"Steamboat survived Red River at Shreveport, sunk in OK," 2004:4B, Sept. 7
"Task force may patrol Red River," 2004:1B, May 30
"UPN to air Red River documentary," 2004:1B, May 15
Red River District
"Banana Joe's nightclub deserts downtown," 2004:1A, July 22
"Bright future predicted for Red River District," 2004:1I, Apr. 11
"District downsizes vision, looks ahead to future," 2004:1B, July 29
"Latin rhythms," 2004:1D, Aug. 10
"Local chef plans eatery in Red River District," 2004:1A, Sept. 10
"Parking garage to help downtown congestion," 2004:1B, Jan.8
Red River Parish
"Coushatta rolling on the Red," 2004:1A, Oct. 27
"Huckabay answered law enforcement calling," 2004:1B, July 6
"New sheriffs bring fresh energy," 2004:1A, July 6
"Parish port to get upgrade," 2004:3A, Oct. 27
"School Board selects 2 new officers," 2004:2B, Jan. 9
"Superintendent wins vote of confidence, lands 4 year deal," 2004:1B, June 23
Red River Revel
"29th annual RRR," 2004:15E, Sept. 24
"Festival planning fund drive," 2004:1A, Nov. 12
"Get a slice of Indian culture," 2004:16E, Oct. 1
"Getting high on dancing," 2004:1B, Oct. 7
"Little River Band gets better with age," 2004:13E, Oct. 8
"More musical acts announced for Revel," 2004:4D, Aug. 4
"Official says La. culture can spark the economy," 2004:8B, Oct. 15
"Posterior sketches a big draw at Revel," 2004:1B, Oct. 5
"Quetzal stays true to its sound," 2004:12E, Oct. 8
"Quilters spread generosity, inspiration," 2004:3B, Oct. 4
"Rain looms in forecast," 2004:1B, Oct. 9
"Rainy days dampen business at Revel," 2004:3B, Oct. 10
"Revel in good eats," 2004:1D, Oct. 6
"Revel in the new," 2004:1D, Sept. 28
"Revel rejoins riverfront," 2004:1A, Sept. 30
"RiverView Park takes shape," 2004:1B, July 29
"Rock wall at Revel draws fearless fans," 2004:1B, Oct. 8
"You say you want a Revel-ution," 2004:1A, Oct. 3
Red River Waterway Commission
"Lawsuit may affect rivers statewide," 2004:4B, Mar. 5
"Parishes eye river funding," 2004:1A, June 26
"Project to build riverfront visitor center," 2004:2B, July 8
"Red River sea wall almost complete," 2004:1B, Jan.9
Red River-Zooport
"Zoo supporters hope Chimp Haven will boost their efforts," 2004:1A, Nov. 5
Regional Urology of Shreveport
"Local medical community performs two 'firsts'", 2004:3B, Mar. 12
RiverView Park
"Playing in waterfall spurs concerns over safety," 2004:1A, Oct. 7
"RiverView opening set for Sept. 17," 2004:1B, Sept. 9
"RiverView Park takes shape," 2004:1B, July 29
"Rockets over the Red," 2004:12E, Nov. 26
"Rockets show thunders over RiverView," 2004:1B, Nov. 28
"Shreveport sets opening for Riverview Park," 2004:1B, Aug. 26
"Variety of activities planned Saturday," 2004:1B, Sept. 17
"Visitors 'blown away' by Riverview Park," 2004:1B, Sept. 18
Roads
"Airline Drive widening to start soon," 2004:2A, May 10
"Airline may get another right-turn lane," 2004:2B, Nov. 10
"Benton Road overpass advances," 2004:2B, July 24
"Benton Road overpass work may start earlier," 2004:2B, Dec.8
"Bill has 4168M for La. projects," 2004:1A, Apr. 3
"Bossier awaits parkway interchange," 2004:1A, July 12
"Bossier City traffic," 2004:1A, Nov. 28
"Caplis-Sligo speed limit back to 45," 2004:1B, Aug.5
"Growth highlights need for Youree Drive repairs," 2004:1A, Apr. 13
"Highway construction project begins another leg," 2004:3B, June 28
"La. shifts $12M to rural roads," 2004:1B, Dec. 18
"More green, less red at East Kings and Youree," 2004:1B, Apr. 27
"Motorists to soon see additional construction on Airline Drive," 2004:2B, July 24
"Need for street upgrades, outweighs available funds," 2004:1B, Dec. 29
"North Airline Drive reopens to motorists," 2004:1B, Aug. 11
"Officials to push highway widening," 2004:1A, Oct. 25
"Projects take toll on Bossier motorists," 2004:1A, May 10
"Ruts in road construction program," 2004:5I, Apr. 18
"Section of city pinched off by BAFB," 2004:2B, Sept. 11
"State seeks boost in highway funding," 2004:1A, July 18
"State to complete TIMED highway projects by 2010," 2004:6B, Oct. 22
"State works to prioritize road projects," 2004:1A, Oct. 28
"State's project to widen airline Drive postponed," 2004:1B, Sept. 5
"U.S. 71 north warrants special attention," 2004:1A, Dec. 27
"Youree Drive project gets state help," 2004:1B, July 5
Robinson, Eddie
"A sleeping giant," 2004:1A, Aug. 10
Roemer, Buddy
"Ex-Gov. to leave job as Baton Rouge bank president," 2004:4B, Dec. 22
Ruston, La.
"Terminal dedicated to Ruston native," 2004:1B, June 27

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Sabine River Authority
"Controversy may greet new SRA members," 2004:1B, Mar. 24
"Gov. picks Many mayor as SRA chairman," 2004:4B, Apr. 8
"La. attorney general's office clears SRA of wrongdoing," 2004:1B, Sept. 24
"Official wants job that does not exist," 2004:1B, Feb. 7
"Senator: SRA need not worry about proposed bill," 2004:1B, Apr. 24
"SRA begins talks about Texas pipeline," 2004:1B, June 28
"SRA board member cited over ethics issue," 2004:1B, Apr. 9
"SRA reopens top position," 2004:1B, Feb. 21
"SRA wants ex-member back," 2004:2B, Apr. 23
SBCTB
"Bureau backs hotel funding," 2004:1B, Apr.30
"Bureau sells convention center," 2004:1A, June 26
"Hotel plan eyed," 2004:1B, Apr. 16
"Lead Them Here' event free ," 2004:5B, Apr.27
"Local tourism on rise," 2004:6B, July 30
"North La. must refocus tourist-draw efforts," 2004:1B, Aug. 2
"Tourist bureau wants to 'lead them here'", 2004:6B, Apr. 14
SBTCB
"Wanted: Conventions," 2004:6B, Aug.20
Sci-Port Discovery Center
"Businesses raise funds for interactive exhibits," 2004:2B, Oct. 28
"Children learn safety issues at Sci-Port," 2004:1B, Jan. 27
"Circling Saturn at Sci-Port," 2004:5E, July 2
"Creswell pupils test gravity," 2004:1B, Feb. 25
"Don't believe your eyes," 2004:1B, Sept. 27
"Funding poised to galvanize local arts," 2004:1A, July 31
"Hands-on science in jail," 2004:1B, Aug. 21
"If you build it, they will come," 2004:5E, Feb. 27
"Parish commits funds for school partnerships," 2004:1B, Sept. 19
"Pipers broaden horizons at Sci-Port," 2004:1B, Nov. 28
"Pirate ships beware!", 2004:1B, Nov. 1
"Prepare yourself for visual trickery," 2004:5E, Oct. 1
"Roaches and race cars at Sci-Port," 2004:5E, Aug. 13
"Sci-Port caps off cultural celebration," 2004:1B, Nov. 29
"Sci-Port offers programs on NASA's Saturn mission," 2004:5A, July 3
"Sci-Port to celebrate cultures," 2004:2D, Nov. 16
"Sci-Port to hold outing Saturday to study birds," 2004:2B, Apr. 2
"Sci-Port to showcase special Venus transit," 2004:3B, June 8
"Two-part parent-child conference mixes fun, learning," 2004:1B, Oct. 24
Service, Donna
"Obituary," 2004: 3B, Dec. 14
"Renzi Center founding director dies," 2004: 1B, Dec. 14
Shehee, W. Peyton
"Businessman Shehee dies," 2004:4B, Sept. 29
"Obituary," 2004:3B, Sept. 30
Shepherd, Kenny
"Blues guitarist comes home," 2004:12E, Oct. 15
"Local music mongul settles down by Bossier waterside," 2004:2B, July 17
"Shepherd coming home to release latest album," 2004:1B, Sept. 11
"The wait for Kenny Wayne was time well spent," 2004:6B, Oct. 17
Shreve Memorial Library
"Book sale set Saturday," 2004:2B, Apr. 14
"Libraries reflect neighborhood interests," 2004:1D, Aug. 22
"Library branch to hold family reading program," 2004:2B, Apr. 1
"Library displays works of local author" [Johnstone], 2004:2B, Mar. 4
"Literacy project needs $350,000," 2004:1B, June 15
"Neil Johnson exhibits work," 2004:6D, June 8
"Parish decreases tax rates," 2004:1B, Sept. 10
Shreve, Henry Miller
"Shreve relative hopes to hold reunion in Shreveport," 2004:1B, Mar. 18
"Shreve relative visits 'to make connections' for reunion," 2004:1B, July 26
Shreveport, LA
"Magazine ranks Shreveport among worst cities for men," 2004:1B, Oct. 13
Shreveport-Airport Authority
"Airport leader target of probe," 2004:1A, Apr. 29
"Airport loses its N.O. flights," 2004:1A, Feb. 12
"State auditors question receipts," 2004:1A, May 11
Shreveport-Bossier Battle Wings
"Battle Wings hopefuls huff and puff at tryouts," 2004:1B, Jan.11
"Battle Wings kick offense into gear," 2004:1C, June 30
"Battle Wings knock off Steeldogs in opener," 2004:1C, Mar. 28
"Battle Wings make final cuts, announce roster," 2004:1C, Mar. 23
"Meet the Battle Wings," 2004:6C, Mar. 27
Shreveport-Bossier Community Renewal
"Bossier City to gain new Friendship House," 2004:1B, Jan. 22
"Queensborough also to get new house," 2004:1B, Jan. 22
Shreveport-Bossier Economy
"$12M makeover for Eastgate Shopping Center," 2004:7B, Apr. 6
"'Phenomenal' the word on local home construction," 2004:1I, May 9
"2003 a good year for Bossier retail," 2004:5B, Jan.5
"After 51 years, Boone and son Grocery closing," 2004:1A, May 22
"Alltel to cut 30 jobs at Shreveport call center," 2004:6B, July 2
"Area to gain 2,400 jobs in two years," 2004:6B, Oct. 14
"Beaird closes doors, fires employees," 2004:1A, Mar. 20
"BellSouth axes 26 local jobs," 2004:6B, Mar. 17
"Blanco touts biomed firm in Shreveport," 2004:1A, July 24
"Bossier housing is booming," 2004:1D, July 11
"Bossier's fast growth brings issues," 2004:1I, May 2
"Brookshire's expands north Shreveport store," 2004:6B, Feb. 5
"Budget Phone to create new jobs," 2004:5B, June21
"Call center landed with full-page ad," 2004:1A, Mar. 7
"Call center now hiring to fill 400 positions," 2004:1A, Aug. 17
"Call center projects $24M payroll," 2004:1A, Mar. 4
"Call centers answer local need for good wages," 2004:1I, Feb. 1
"Calumet Lubricants to expand," 2004:8B, Nov. 19
"Cellxion to celebrate $4M expansion," 2004:6B, Sept. 25
"Chevy sales push is on," 2004:1I, Jan.4
"Chic clothiers at Shoppes at Bellemead," 2004:1A, Oct. 5
"City may gain 1,300 jobs," 2004:1A, Mar. 3
"Construction industry bolsters job market," 2004:8B, Jan. 31
"Developers invest $35M in new luxury apartments," 2004:1I, Feb. 15
"Doctors' Hospital eliminates six jobs," 2004:6B, Aug. 14
"Eastgate draws new stores," 2004:1A, Sept. 1
"Eastgate tenants growing," 2004:6B, Sept. 17
"Excessive rains bring problems to farmers," 2004:1I, June 27
"Fortune 50 company looks at Shreveport," 2004:1A, Jan. 17
"Gadzooks files for bankruptcy," 2004:6B, Feb. 4
"Golden Corral nearly ready for buffet lovers," 2004:6B, Dec. 1
"Higher gas prices affect auto sales," 2004:6B, May 19
"Home Depot to renovate, expand," 2004:6B, Aug.3
"Hot housing market builds at record pace," 2004:5B, Jan.6
"Job figures look strong for region," 2004:6B, May 8
"Krispy Kreme under scrutiny," 2004:6B, July 31
"La. fights to keep business promises," 2004:1A, Aug. 16
"Libby likes 76-acre site," 2004:6B, Sept. 24
"Libby planning layoffs, expansion," 2004:1A, Aug. 27
"Loan guarantee save Beaird," 2004:2A, Mar. 6
"Local contractors enjoy a good year," 2004:6B, Jan.7
"Local employment numbers rebound," 2004:6B, Dec. 23
"Local employment stable, labor official says," 2004:6B, July 27
"Local Grocery Outlet to close," 2004:8B, Mar. 5
"Local jobless rate starting to look better," 2004:1I, Sept. 5
"Lowe's sets opening date for new store," 2004:6B, Mar. 31
"More businesses choosing Bossier City," 2004:1A, July 22
"More jobs coming to BASF's local plant," 2004:6B, Aug. 17
"New businesses in Southern Hills to be on tour," 2004:4B, Jan. 27
"New center to attract mix of clothing, dining," 2004:6B, Apr. 16
"New housing development to feature river view," 2004:6B, June 19
"New marina plans move up a notch," 2004:1B, Feb. 5
"New restaurant to open at South Park Mall," 2004:6B, Apr. 1
"New retailers coming to Youree corridor," 2004:1I, July 25
"North Shreveport on the grow," 2004:6B, July 7
"Production start nears for Red River Pharma," 2004:6B, Feb. 27
"Provenance project to be under way in January," 2004:6B, Dec. 22
"Red River Pharma's start gives foundation room," 2004:1I, June 20
"Report shows area gained 500 jobs," 2004:6B, June 26
"Report shows continued job losses," 2004:8B, Nov. 25
"Report: Area gains 2,700 jobs," 2004:1A, May 29
"Report: Area, state gain jobs," 2004:6B, Mar. 13
"Richardson's story ends with auction," 2004:6B, Mar. 31
"Ryan's to unveil new eatery today," 2004:6B, Nov. 10
"Schlotzsky's franchise closes," 2004:6B, Aug.6
"Second coming of Kickapoo corner," 2004:1I, July 18
"Shoe store decides to take a walk," 2004:5B, Mar. 23
"Shoppes at Bellemead: Don't call it a shopping center," 2004:6B, Oct. 5
"Shreve Park welcomes new tenant," 2004:6B, Mar. 27
"Shreveport gains 2,000 jobs," 2004:8B, Apr. 9
"Shreveport Gateway store among those to be closed," 2004:8B, Apr. 2
"Shreveport nets major bass fishing tournament," 2004:1A, Oct. 9
"Shreveport paves way for new call center," 2004:1B, Mar. 9
"Shreveport retail shuffle continues" [East Gate], 2004:6B, Nov. 6
"Shreveport subdivision aims for feeling of community," 2004:1I, Apr. 4
"Signs point to new businesses on Youree," 2004:1A, Apr. 2
"South Park Mall conversion under way," 2004:1A, July 21
"Sports Mall's decline forces business to close," 2004:1I, Aug. 8
"State answers call for local jobs," 2004:1A, Mar. 6
"Strawn's Bossier City work on schedule," 2004:6B, Apr. 7
"Summer Grove generates new hope for South Park ," 2004:1I, Jan. 18
"Target hits the bull's-eye," 2004:6B, Jan. 22
"The top 100 private companies," 2004:1J, Sept. 12
"There's a surge in demand at BASF," 2004:1I, Nov. 7
"Toy store building leased," 2004:6B, Jan. 24
"Turning waste into wood," 2004:1I, June 6
"Waste management looks to relocate to Bossier City," 2004:2B, June 22
Shreveport-Bossier Environment
"Area veterans plan to plant Liberty Tree," 2004:2B, Jan. 16
"Bossier residents seek solutions to eroding yards," 2004:1A, Aug. 3
"Caddo, Bossier get poor grades on ozone," 2004:1B, Apr. 30
"City to take 18 months to resolve odor issue," 2004:2B, Jan. 16
"Mosquitoes already rearing ugly swarms," 2004:1A, Feb. 24
"Odors from treatment plant prompt meeting," 2004:1B, Jan.6
"Ozone alert again in forecast," 2004:4B, July 15
"Residents near refinery to start sampling air," 2004:10B, June 11
"Shreveport Green to begin survey of city trees," 2004:1B, Jan. 16
"Shreveport Green, landscape site of memorial," 2004:2B, June 3
"Smog is predicted to be high again," 2004:2B, July 14
"Volunteers scour riverside for trash," 2004:1B, May 16
Shreveport-Captains
"Ex-Captains spark Giants," 2004:4C, June 8
"Ex-Captains star linked to steroids," 2004:1C, Mar. 4
"Fair Grounds Field busy after Dragons' hasty exit," 2004:2M, May 30
Shreveport-Chamber of Commerce
"Area chamber official accepts Fort Worth job," 2004:1A, Mar. 11
"Chamber chooses economic development chief," 2004:6B, June 15
"Chamber gets minority liaison," 2004:1A, Aug.4
"Chamber hires new contract counselor," 2004:6B, Oct. 13
"Chamber to discuss all-white situation," 2004:1A, July 16
"Chamber vows wider recruitment," 2004:1A, July 17
"Chambers statewide struggle for diversity," 2004:1A, July 25
"Complaints spark changes at Chamber," 2004:1B, July 15
"Diversity complaint sparks debate," 2004:1A, July 23
"Economic initiative knocks down borders," 2004:1I, Feb. 8
"Efforts under way to unite chambers," 2004:1A, July 20
"Fortune 50 company looks at Shreveport," 2004:1A, Jan. 17
"Group aims to forge school-community partnerships," 2004:2B, Oct. 7
"Hank Williams inducted into Walk of Stars," 2004:1D, June 24
"La. fairs poorly in new report," 2004:3B, May 13
"Musicians to get stars on local walk of fame," 2004:1A, May 29
"New business specialists join chamber," 2004:6B, Aug.5
"Pickets back off chamber," 2004:1A, July 21
"Program to help small businesses save money," 2004:6B, Oct. 19
"Reginald Abrams," 2004:1I, Jan. 25
"Solutions still sought to chamber staffing," 2004:1B, Aug.3
Shreveport-City Council
"AG's opinion sought on hotel financing," 2004:1B, Aug. 17
"Airline may get another right-turn lane," 2004:2B, Nov. 10
"Attorney general gives Shreveport OK on hotel funding," 2004:6A, Aug.20
"Budget process focuses on raise for city workers," 2004:1A, Nov. 25
"Budget revised for riverboat fund shortfall," 2004:1B, June 10
"Budget season may lead to tough decisions," 2004:1A, July 19
"Business owners may fight street change," 2004:1A, Mar. 7
"Carmody calls for vote on hotel," 2004:1B, Sept. 28
"Church seeks court intervention in road name change," 2004:3A, Apr. 29
"Church ups date for move to mall," 2004:1A, Apr. 6
"City may start water rate increase early," 2004:1A, July 11
"City mulls refund for convention center dirt," 2004:1B, Feb. 10
"City pinpoints $125M in water sewer needs," 2004:1A, July 8
"City voters want to decide hotel funding issue," 2004:1A, Oct. 6
"City workers' grievances come to light," 2004:1A, June 28
"Civil hearing set for councilman" [Calvin Lester], 2004:1B, Jan. 9
"Committee suggests using money for lighting," 2004:1B, Jan. 27
"Consultants: Shreveport can borrow money," 2004:1B, Jan.14
"Council backs mayor's action," 2004:1B, June 23
"Council cancels hearing on tax," 2004:2B, Sept. 15
"Council could nullify denials under proposal," 2004:1A, Apr.27
"Council cuts funding for nonprofits," 2004:1B, Dec. 28
"Council gets details of hotel financial plan," 2004:1B, Nov. 9
"Council meeting takes ugly turn," 2004:1B, July 28
"Council OKs mayor's hotel funding plan," 2004:4B, Dec. 1
"Council poised to raise cost of water," 2004:1B, July 13
"Council reviews budget to open pools," 2004:1B, May 20
"Council says no to amendment," 2004:1A, Apr. 28
"Council seeks legal opinions," Feb. 11 2004:1B
"Council takes no action on audit," 2004:1A, Jan. 28
"Council to mull audit findings," 2004:1A, Jan. 26
"Council to reconsider budget cuts to civic groups," 2004:2B, Dec. 21
"Council to scrutinize contracts," 2004:1A, Feb. 26
"Council to select new chairman," 2004:1B, Nov. 30
"Council: Hotel proposals sought, zoning issues loom," 2004:1B, July 27
"Council: No roll forward on rates," 2004:1A, Aug. 8
"Councilman catches heat for vote reconsiderations," 2004:2B, Dec. 23
"Councilman eyes shifts to fight police shortage," 2004:1A, Feb. 22
"Councilman pitches internship program," 2004:1A, May 25
"Councilman pushes for more aggressive code enforcement," 2004:1A, Dec.7
"Councilman tackles parking shortage," 2004:1B, July 9
"Councilman to meet with Ethics Board," 2004:2B, Feb. 4
"Councilman wants details on hotel plan," 2004:1B, Nov. 8
"Councilman's prodding leads to crossing upgrade," 2004:1A, Aug. 7
"Debt delays effort to raise pay," 2004:1B, Sept. 9
"Ethics Board rejects Lester settlement," 2004:1A, Feb. 12
"Event aims to ease intersection problems," 2004:1A, Aug. 9
"Fighting drugs means more than busting dealers," 2004:1B, Aug. 12
"Gibson OKs building in violation of ordinance," 2004:1A, Apr. 12
"Gibson plan would fund overtime pay for police patrols," 2004:1A, May 10
"Gibson wants voters' opinion," 2004:1A, May 4
"Golf bill ready for tee off," 2004:1B, Apr. 13
"Grants to help community projects," 2004:1B, Mar. 15
"Hearing scheduled for tax roll forward," 2004:1B, Aug. 27
"Hightower wants $700 raises for city workers," 2004: 1B, Dec. 14
"Hilry Hickaby III Ave. now official," 2004:1A, Mar. 28
"Huckaby signs stay in spite of lawsuit threat," 2004:1B, Apr. 8
"Key vote on Shreveport hotel project looms," 2004:4B, Sept. 29
"Law amended to bring business into compliance," 2004:1A, Apr. 14
"Lawsuit alleges city broke law," 2004:1B, Apr. 14
"Ledbetter Heights stuck with crane," 2004:1A, Nov. 26
"Legal battles cost city $6.3M," 2004:1B, Dec. 24
"Lester seeks 'strategy' on casino," 2004:1B, Feb. 25
"Lester takes firsthand approach on housing issues," 2004:1B, June 30
"Lester to pay fine on ethics charges," 2004:1A, Apr. 9
"Lester wants contracts on Fair Share," 2004:1A, June 20
"Lester's hearing on alleged ethics violation postponed," 2004:1B, Jan. 24
"Lowe's, Gibson clash," 2004:1A, Apr. 6
"Mayor denies permits for building demolitions," 2004:1A, Sept. 14
"Mayor gets OK for hotel," 2004:1A, Oct. 13
"Mayor lobbies for hotel," 2004:1A, May 12
"Mayor seeks $2M for new firetrucks," 2004:1A, Nov. 8
"Mayor's hotel funding up for council vote," 2004:1B, Oct. 12
"Mayor's plans block demolition of house," 2004:1B, Nov. 4
"Mayor, council rank well in poll," 2004:1A, Oct. 10
"Mayor: No gaming planned for hotel," 2004:4B, Oct. 7
"More water rate increases on the horizon," 2004:1A, Dec. 19
"No money for raises in budget," 2004:1B, Oct. 1
"Officials disagree on effect of city's debt," 2004:1B, Sept. 3
"Opponents: Street name change violates state law," 2004:1B, Mar. 24
"Panelists discuss links between community, schools," 2004:1B, Sept. 28
"Panhandling ban called a quality of life issue," 2004:1A, Dec. 10
"Political friction hits home," 2004:1A, Aug. 16
"Property crimes rising," 2004:1A, Feb. 16
"Public to have say on tax plan," 2004:1B, Aug. 25
"Renaming street honors late councilman," 2004:1B, Feb. 26
"Report to address city's infrastructure concerns," 2004:1A, Aug. 9
"Residents of Jackson Heights air grievances," 2004:1B, July 1
"Residents resist new housing development," 2004:1B, June 7
"Road name change draws opposition," 2004:3B, Mar. 10
"Shreveport dumps landfill expansion," 2004:1B, Feb. 24
"Shreveport gets $10,000 toward sidewalk repairs," 2004:2B, Nov. 10
"Spending, finances questioned," 2004:1A, Jan. 27
"Study: Market can support a convention center hotel," 2004:1A, Sept. 24
"Subdivision suit lands on council agenda," 2004:1A, June21
"Talk to those cruising popular corner," 2004:1A, May 4
"Tax plan could boost city workers' pay," 2004:1A, July 20
"Tax vote places councilman on hot seat," 2004:1B, Aug. 24
"Walgreens project gets green light from zoning board," 2004:6B, July 16
"Water rate hikes on tap early," 2004:1B, June 22
"Water rate increase to start early," 2004:1B, July 14
"Workers to get $1,000," 2004:1B, Dec. 15
"Youth Council members take oath," 2004:1B, Sept. 29
Shreveport-City Government
"911 call, reports conflict in shooting details," 2004:1B, Feb. 24
"Audit dings city for lax oversight," 2004:1A, Feb. 24
"City expanding work on underground lines," 2004:1B, Apr. 14
"City faces hefty bill from wastewater plant," 2004:1A, Feb. 21
"City officials cite need for water system work," 2004:1B, Sept. 28
"City settles lawsuit in jail hanging," 2004:1B, June 12
"City urges citizens to be patient for debris pickup," 2004:1B, June 8
"Internal audit cites $16M owed in fines," 2004:1A, Sept. 27
"Judge grants class action status to suit," 2004:1A, Nov. 9
"Lafitte shooting ruled as accident," 2004:1B, Feb. 18
"Lawsuits threaten budget reserve," 2004:1A, June 1
"Meetings on city health-care benefits under way," 2004:4B, Sept. 22
"Need for street upgrades, outweighs available funds," 2004:1B, Dec. 29
"Officials mum on city attorney's shooting details," 2004:1B, Feb. 3
"Owe taxes?", 2004:1A, May 5
"Questions linger in Lafitte's shooting," 2004:1A, Feb. 4
"Report says area among most dangerous," 2004:1A, Nov. 24
"Shreveport responds to water complaints," 2004:1A, Sept. 9
"Water rate increase in effect," 2004:1A, Aug. 1
Shreveport-City Jail
"Final preparations under way at new jail," 2004:1B, Sept. 27
"New city jail hoped to curb risks, liabilities," 2004:1A, July 26
"Shreveport to dedicate new jail," 2004:2B, Oct. 13
"Warning: There's room available at the new City Jail," 2004:1A, Oct. 14
Shreveport-Convention Center
"Bookings blitz set for Shreveport convention center," 2004:1A, Aug.4
"Bureau sells convention center," 2004:1A, June 26
"City hotel estimates under fire," 2004:1A, May 23
"City mulls refund for convention center dirt," 2004:1B, Feb. 10
"Conflict prompts event to pull out," 2004: 1A, Dec. 14
"Construction at halfway mark," 2004:1A, Dec.8
"Construction goes on the Web," 2004:1A, July 6
"Convention center work to move indoors," 2004:1A, Sept. 6
"Costs could land in taxpayers' laps," 2004:1A, Apr. 19
"Council gets details of hotel financial plan," 2004:1B, Nov. 9
"Councilman seeks study on hotel," 2004:1A, July 5
"Delays possible, warns supplier," 2004:1A, June 7
"Gibson wants voters' opinion," 2004:1A, May 4
"Hotel bill stalled by opposition," 2004:1B, June 3
"Hotel proposals sought, zoning issues loom," 2004:1B, July 27
"Hoteliers would help fund study," 2004:1B, July 11
"House excludes city in taxing authority bill," 2004:1A, May 20
"Judge grants class action status to suit," 2004:1A, Nov. 9
"Market can support a convention center hotel," 2004:1A, Sept. 24
"Mayor pursues funding for hotel," 2004:1A, Aug. 10
"Mayor seeks funding alternatives for hotel," 2004:1A, June 8
"Mayor tackles myths over $50M hotel funding," 2004:1B, May 18
"Mayor's hotel plan unwaivered by poll," 2004:1B, Oct. 7
"Mayor: No gaming planned for hotel," 2004:4B, Oct. 7
"Mike Carrier: Convention Center GM," 2004:1I, Dec. 12
"Officials to study hotel plan," 2004:1B, May 26
"Opinion sought on city hotel," 2004:1A, Oct. 29
"Opinion suggests no refund on overbilling," 2004:1A, May 22
"Steel beams going up at site," 2004:1B, Mar. 23
"Survey shows support for hotel," 2004:1A, Sept. 30
"Targeted completion: 2005," 2004:1B, Apr. 15
"Taxpayers make case for lawsuit," 2004:1B, Oct. 20
"Work on convention center carries on," 2004:2B, Oct. 27
Shreveport-Fire Dept.
"$4M grant to help safety agencies communicate," 2004:3B, Dec. 18
"Councilman's prodding leads to crossing upgrade," 2004:1A, Aug. 7
"Fatal fires: Statistics," 2004:1A, Feb. 12
"Fight for life sees sudden victory," 2004:1B, Aug. 31
"Fire captain home after liver transplant," 2004:1A, Sept. 11
"Fire chef plans to heat up cooking contest," 2004:1D, Feb. 2
"Fire Department 's Class 1 rating in jeopardy," 2004:1A, Dec. 12
"Fire Department to recognize woman, three firefighters," 2004:5B, Jan. 25
"Fire rating nets $3.7M in savings," 2004:1A, Jan. 9
"Firefighter suffers minor injury," 2004:3B, Jan.5
"Firefighters sustain smoke inhalation," 2004:2B, Feb. 24
"Horse show to support search and rescue unit," 2004:1B, Sept. 7
"Judge rules for city in discrimination lawsuit," 2004:1A, Dec. 11
"Mayor seeks $2M for new firetrucks," 2004:1A, Nov. 8
"New fire station plugs hole in city coverage," 2004:4B, Aug.3
"Operation Santa Claus kicks off 20th year," 2004:1B, Nov. 30
"Refuge for abused planned," 2004:1A, July 27
"Vote to replace firetrucks looms," 2004:1A, Dec. 9
Shreveport-Little Theatre
"Fast-paced comedy opens SLT's 83rd season," 2004:2D, Sept. 7
"In 'Vanities,' Little Theatre puts new faces in", 2004:3D, Mar. 16
"Little Theatre readies 'Proof'", 2004:2D, Jan.13
"Morning's at Seven' tryouts slated at SLT," 2004:3D, Feb. 24
"Most performers satisfied as curtain closes on season," 2004:4M, May 30
"One-woman show comes to SLT," 2004:2D, May 18
"One-woman show scheduled at SLT," 2004:3D, May 4
"Searching for laughs in 'Arsenic and Old Lace'", 2004:3B, Nov. 6
"SLT 'Proof' tickets now are on sale," 2004:2D, Jan.6
"SLT adds date to 'Morning's at Seven'", 2004:2D, May 18
"SLT adds performances of 'The Foreigner'", 2004:2D, Sept. 16
"SLT announces lineup for 83rd season," 2004:2D, May 4
"SLT celebrates love as a fool's game," 2004:4D, July 17
"SLT finishs with veteran cast in 'Morning's'", 2004:2D, May 11
"SLT has last laugh at love," 2004:1D, July 6
"SLT holds auditions for 'The Cemetery Club'", 2004:2D, Sept. 28
"SLT holds auditions for two fall productions," 2004:4D, July 10
"SLT opens ticket sales for summer musical," 2004:2D, June 22
"SLT to dedicate lobby, courtyard," 2004: 3D, Dec. 14
"SLT to hold auditions for upcoming comedy," 2004:4D, Nov. 17
"SLT's 'Proof' keeps missing its steps," 2004:4D, Jan. 17
"SLT's 'The Foreigner' tickets on sale," 2004:6D, Aug. 31
"Theater adds extra performance," 2004:4D, Aug. 4
"Theatre offers an evening of Red Skelton," 2004:1D, Mar. 3
"Tickets on sale for 'Morning's at Seven'", 2004:3D, May 4
Shreveport-Metropolitan Ballet
"Ballet brings back 'Snow White'", 2004:4D, Mar. 10
"Ballet schedules auditions," 2004:2D, Apr.27
"Ballet Under the Stars' performance set," 2004:2D, Sept. 7
"Dance group to hold 'Nutcracker' auditions," 2004:2D, Sept. 16
"Dancer reaches for the stars," 2004:4E, Sept. 10
"The Nutcracker' offers pleasing visions," 2004:3B, Dec. 13
Shreveport-Metropolitan Planning Commission
See Shreveport MPC
Shreveport-MPC
"Apartment developer denied," 2004:6B, June 8
"Deja Vu sign takes shape," 2004:1B, Aug. 29
"Excavation can continue," 2004:1B, Oct. 7
"Excavation canceled near homes," 2004:1B, Oct. 9
"Missing address ," 2004:1B, Apr. 7
"Neighbors oppose truck stop," 2004:1B, May 6
"Not in their back yard," 2004:1A, May 26
"Organizations get proactive on growth," 2004:2B, Apr. 15
"Plan for truck stop site moves," 2004:1A, May 5
"Probe shuts down Phillin' Station," 2004:1A, Apr. 9
"Residents resist new housing," 2004:1B, June 7
"Solutions to traffic concerns proposed," 2004:6B, Dec. 16
"Strip club plans sign on rooftop," 2004:1A, Aug.6
"When East comes South," 2004:1A, Sept. 6
Shreveport-Opera
"Magic Night," 2004:1D, Aug. 17
"Most performers satisfied as curtain closes on season," 2004:4M, May 30
"Opera chorus concert tonight," 2004:3D, Mar. 2
"Opera Guild plan pops event," 2004:2D, Apr.27
"Shreveport Opera announces new season," 2004:2D, June 22
"Shreveport Opera celebrates the Great White Way," 2004:1D, Mar. 23
"Shreveport Opera marks 55 years," 2004:2D, Jan. 20
"Shreveport Opera marks its 55th with a solid revue," 2004:5B, Jan. 25
"Tosca' charged with emotional intensity," 2004:4B, Nov. 8
Shreveport-Pirates
"And they called it Pirateball," 2004:1C, June 24
Shreveport-Police Dept.
"19 graduate from police academy," 2004:3B, Dec. 6
"29 officers graduate from police academy," 2004:1B, June 19
"Acting police chief scores 86 on exam," 2004:1A, Jan.8
"Bills target city, police relations," 2004:1A, Apr. 12
"Black men more likely homicide victims," 2004:1A, Jan. 18
"Booting set for parking violators," 2004:1B, May 7
"Campbell takes oath as city's police chief," 2004:1A, Jan. 16
"Campbell to be sworn in Thursday," 2004:1A, Jan.13
"Chief dispels crime rate concerns," 2004:1A, Feb. 25
"Chief understood race relations at early age," 2004:1A, Jan. 20
"City sees spike in armed robberies of individuals," 2004:5B, Nov. 4
"City to pay parish to hold inmates," 2004:1B, Mar. 19
"City, parish merge narcotics units," 2004:1A, Mar. 9
"Civil service board clears officers in Hudspeth case," 2004:1A, June 10
"Community action ushers change," 2004:1A, Mar. 15
"Community solution needed for problems at corner," 2004:1A, May 3
"Councilman eyes shifts to fight police shortage" [stats], 2004:1A, Feb. 22
"Crime statistics," 2004:3B, Nov. 14
"Debated police camera 'effective'", 2004:1B, Sept. 7
"Dozens honored for outstanding work," 2004:2B, Jan. 28
"Excessive force used by officer, judge says," 2004:1A, Nov. 18
"Federal findings to be announced in Hudspeth case," 2004:1A, Mar. 30
"Grand jury clears officer," 2004:1A, May 8
"Grand jury ruling expected today," 2004:1A, May 7
"Highland bike patrol restarts today," 2004:1B, Oct. 9
"Hudspeth suit cites city and police," 2004:1A, Mar. 16
"Local officer suffers gunpowder burn in standoff," 2004:4B, Dec. 4
"Local police hope to curb false alarms," 2004:1A, Nov. 28
"Manpower study shows more needed to meet goals," 2004:1B, May 20
"New city jail hoped to curb risks, liabilities," 2004:1A, July 26
"Officer accused of child porn quits," 2004:1B, Apr. 24
"Officer at center of child porn inquiry," 2004:1A, Apr. 23
"Panel approves local citizens review board," 2004:3A, May 14
"Panel reviews Hudspeth case," 2004:2B, Jan.8
"Parking violator gets the boot," 2004:1A, June 17
"Police contact DA in Ramon Lafitte shooting probe," 2004:1B, Feb. 10
"Police give more than $3,000 to charity," 2004:4B, July 24
"Police kicks off crime prevention meetings," 2004:1B, Oct. 20
"Police need a few good horses," 2004:1B, Dec. 31
"Police plan for opening of new jail," 2004:1A, Mar. 16
"Police release latest results of customer service poll," 2004:3B, Apr. 9
"Police shooting lawsuit fails," 2004:1A, Jan. 31
"Police union backs suit against retirement system," 2004:1B, July 23
"Police: New unit shows progress," 2004: 1B, May 17
"Police: No backlash from Justice findings," 2004:2B, Apr. 3
"Police: When fall comes robberies increase," 2004:1A, Oct. 23
"Probe clears officers in death of Hudspeth," 2004:1A, Mar. 31
"Property crimes rising," 2004:1A, Feb. 16
"Refuge for abused planned," 2004:1A, July 27
"Report: City police overtaxed," 2004:1A, Aug. 11
"Report: South is deadliest region for police," 2004:1A, Nov. 10
"Review board concept quashed," 2004:1A, May 7
"Scooters a safety issue for Shreveport officials," 2004:1B, Jan.1
"Shreveport whittling away at officer shortage," 2004:1A, Dec. 9
"Signs stress consequences of crimes involving guns," 2004:2B, Apr. 8
"Surveys: Local police still have room for improvement," 2004:2A, Jan. 16
"Talk to those cruising popular corner," 2004:1A, May 4
"Taser used to make an arrest," 2004:1B, Apr. 3
"Tasers fail police on 2 occasions," 2004:1A, June 30
"Two honored with award in honor of officer," 2004:11B, Oct. 22
"Two organizations honor police detective," 2004:2B, Mar. 27
Shreveport-Population
"Census shows Sun Belt suburbs boom," 2004:1A, June 24
Shreveport-Regional Airport
"Airline boardings at Regional on the upswing," 2004:6B, Oct. 8
"Airport loses its N.O. flights," 2004:1A, Feb. 12
"Airport to cut tape on direct flights to Detroit," 2004:6B, Apr.30
"City to seek help to expand aviation program," 2004: 1A, Mar.1
"Continental's new facility represents jobs," 2004:6B, Sept. 15
"Delta DFW route to end Nov. 2," 2004:6B, Oct. 8
"Delta to clip DFW route," 2004:1A, Sept. 9
"Delta's diamond anniversary," 2004:1I, June 13
"Disaster drill tests local emergency responders," 2004:1B, Sept. 10
"Disaster drill to be held today at local airport," 2004:4B, Sept. 9
"Local security measures mirror national concerns," 2004:1A, Aug.20
"Millers draw mixed review," 2004:1A, Dec. 16
"New airline service aims to link La. cities," 2004:5B, Nov. 9
"Noise reduction plan prompts dispute," 2004:1B, Mar. 23
"Northwest adds flight to Detroit," 2004:1A, Feb. 19
"Runway project gets neighborhood's attention," 2004:1B, Apr. 22
"Runway to reopen at airport," 2004:4B, May 15
"Study to focus on noise from Regional Airport," 2004:1B, Jan.3
Shreveport-Sports
"Barlowe steps down as Sports manager," 2004:1C, Sept. 29
"Bevington will return to Sports," 2004:1C, Feb. 10
"Local product helps Shreveport down Fort Worth," 2004:6C, July 29
"Meet the Sports," 2004:2C, May 6
"New-look team to debut," 2004:1C, May 6
"Pelicans rally past Sports," 2004:1C, Aug. 25
"Playoffs back in town," 2004:1C, Aug. 23
"Shreveport makes several roster moves," 2004:2C, Aug. 1
"Sports attempt to avoid elimination," 2004:1C, Sept. 2
"Sports can't hold off San Angelo," 2004:7C, May 16
"Sports return to town," 2004:1C, July 27
"Sports set roster for 2004 season," 2004:1C, May 4
"Sports unite for title," 2004:1C, June 28
"Sports' Markray clings to major-league dream," 2004:1C, June 1
Shreveport-Symphony
"Annual People's Concert to honor MLK," 2004:2D, Jan.13
"Bassoonist offers talent, zeal," 2004:4E, Nov. 12
"Broadway Nights' returns," 2004:2D, Nov. 16
"Conductor finalists announced," 2004:2D, Feb. 3
"Director to take symphony to new heights," 2004:4E, Apr. 2
"Fairy Tale Magic' is Saturday," 2004:3D, Mar. 2
"Guest conductor to lead 'Passionate Journey'", 2004:1D, Oct. 12
"Guest conductor weaves contrasting styles," 2004:1D, Sept. 14
"Holocaust memorial to be held Sunday," 2004:2B, Apr. 17
"Maestro mystery," 2004:1D, Sept. 14
"Most performers satisfied as curtain closes on season," 2004:4M, May 30
"Paul Christopher: Long distance cellist," 2004:4E, Mar. 5
"Picnic Pops concert offers kid-friendly event," 2004:1D, May 11
"Science and the symphony," 2004:1D, Oct. 12
"Symphony announces Valentine's concert," 2004:2D, Feb. 10
"Symphony celebrates Cinco de Mayo," 2004:2D, May 4
"Symphony concert launches season of renewal," 2004:2D, Apr. 13
"Symphony names new executive director," 2004:1B, Mar. 18
"Symphony opens season with invigorating performance," 2004:3B, Sept. 20
"Symphony production full of gusto," 2004:2D, Oct. 19
"Symphony to perform 'Messiah'", 2004:2D, Nov. 30
"Two symphony concerts on tap this week," 2004:2D, Jan.13
Shreveport-Times
"Alan English named executive editor of The Times," 2004:1A, Mar. 30
"Arts writer retiring after 25 years at The Times," 2004:1B, Mar. 7
"Faust named managing editor in Opelousas," 2004:2B, Nov. 19
"Former Times controller dies" [William Payne III], 2004:3B, Dec.8
"Former Times editor dies at 82" [Alfred L. Hewitt], 2004:4B, Jan.14
"Free pharmacy among Joy Fund beneficiaries," 2004:1A, Dec. 20
"Joy Fund collection begins early," 2004:1A, Nov. 14
"Joy Fund reaches goal," 2004:1B, Dec. 21
"Joy Fund receives $35,000 gift," 2004:1A, Dec. 17
"Joy Home to provide first Christmas for some," 2004:1A, Nov. 25
"La. inspector-general, former Times reporter, dies," 2004:1A, Feb. 16
"Man admits to killing former Times sports editor," 2004:1B, Nov. 5
"New director aims to lift circulation," 2004:5B, May 4
"New publisher to lead The Times," 2004:1A, June 26
"Quartet of young pundits to enliven Times Opinion Page," 2004:5I, Sept. 12
"The Times columnist releases second novel," 2004:3D, Mar. 23
"The Times earns 28 awards in LPA contest," 2004:3B, May 2
"The Times wins eight awards in APME contest," 2004:5B, May 23
"Times names managing editor," 2004:1B, June 26
"Times' staffers win at LPW banquet," 2004:4B, Apr. 26
"Two men charged in death of editor," 2004:1B, Mar. 12
"Valued workers lost to The Times and community," 2004:1B, Sept. 4
"Veteran Times newspaper carrier dies" [James Boyet], 2004:2B, Mar. 30
Shriners Hospital for Children
"Young hospital patients get royal treatment," 2004:1B, June 23
Southern University-BR
"Cash-for-grades scandal bigger than one in '98," 2004:6B, Apr. 11
"Southern implicates 541 in money-for-grades scam," 2004:1A, Apr. 2
"Southern revoking degrees, grades," 2004:1B, Dec. 17
Southern University-NO
"Investigation of Southern grades scandal shifts to N.O.", 2004:3B, Apr. 3
Southern University-Shreveport
"Aerospace technology school retains course," 2004:1B, Sept. 6
"Board approval expected in October," 2004:1A, Sept. 14
"City to seek help to expand aviation program," 2004: 1A, Mar.1
"Commission OKs money for dorms," 2004:1A, July 16
"Gentlemen, start your ovens," 2004:1D, June 23
"Lampkins to speak at scholarship banquet," 2004:3B, Sept. 27
"Preview reception" [Charles Lovelace], 2004:2D, Sept. 21
"Programs draw students of all races," 2004:2A, Nov. 9
"Rolls grow at state colleges," 2004:1A, Sept. 25
"Southern confers degrees," 2004:4B, May 27
"Southern to debut program," 2004:1B, Nov. 7
"SU to hold meeting here," 2004:3B, Mar. 22
"SUSLA health fair expands this year," 2004:1B, Feb. 10
"SUSLA hopes to offer the traditional dorm life," 2004:1A, July 24
Southfield School
"Jewish woman tells students her tale," 2004:1B, Nov. 18
"Pumpkin shine contest lights up crowd," 2004:1B, Oct. 29
"Southfield School fund-raiser scores $100K," 2004:2D, Mar. 28
SPAR
"Betty Virginia Park sees upgrade," 2004: 1B, May 17
"Essence of Querbes' greens will survive the changes," 2004:1B, Aug. 18
"Expansion of recreation center to be discussed" [Hattie Perry], 2004:4B, Sept. 2
"Groundbreaking for playground set for today," 2004:1B, Nov. 18
"La. playgrounds under safety microscope," 2004:1A, June 5
"Neighborhood advocate wants pools to stay open" May 12, 2004:1B
"New name proposed for city golf course," 2004:1A, Mar. 25
"Pool season ahead," 2004:1B, May 31
"Popular pier closed to local anglers," 2004:1B, May 12
"Querbes awaits $300,000 face-lift," 2004: 1A, May 17
"Querbes course upgrade complete," 2004:1B, Oct. 26
"Rain clogs renovation efforts at Querbes," 2004:1A, July 6
"Rates aim to keep courses open," 2004:1A, Feb. 5
"Residents fight to keep pools open," 2004:1B, July 8
"SPAR plans summer events," 2004:5B, Apr. 25
SporTran
"Group studies late-hour bus service," 2004:1A, May 30
"SporTran plans Bossier route expansions," 2004:1B, Dec. 23
"Traveling in a piece of art," 2004:1B, May 11
Spring Street Museum
"Museum plans first big fund-raiser," 2004:1D, Sept. 25
"Tablescapes make money for Spring Street Museum," 2004:2D, Oct. 17
SRA
"La. takes on Texas in lake level dispute," 2004:1A, Sept. 27
"Landowners worried about SRA plans for island," 2004:6B, Oct. 29
"SRA sues over mold, moisture damage," 2004:1B, Nov. 20
"SRA to sue over mold, moisture at Cypress Bend," 2004:1A, Oct. 30
SRAC
"Adrenaline junkie partying for a cause" [Karen Courtman], 2004:4E, Dec. 3
"Area writers go on the record," 2004:1D, Mar. 9
"ARTBREAK at 20," 2004:1D, Apr. 25
"ARTBREAK opens the door to creativity," 2004:14E, Apr.30
"ARTBREAK puts fun into arts," 2004:1B, Apr. 29
"Artist plans giant rose for downtown Shreveport," 2004:1A, Aug. 19
"Artist's career keeps him busy around the world," 2004:2A, Mar. 17
"Artspace aims to be city catalyst," 2004:1A, Mar. 17
"Artspace opens it doors to the public," 2004:5E, Sept. 17
"Artspace opens with pirates and pixie dust," 2004:5E, Sept. 10
"Brothers give artspace its largest private gift," 2004:1B, Aug. 19
"Christmas in Sky brings in record $400,000 for SRAC," 2004:2D, Dec. 12
"Christmas in Sky dazzles Downs," 2004:1A, Dec. 5
"Christmas in Sky set for Dec. 4," 2004:2D, Apr. 4
"Events, prizes wrap up ARTBREAK," 2004:1B, May 3
"Funding poised to galvanize local arts," 2004:1A, July 31
"Group seeks artists for fund-raising project," 2004:3D, July 27
"Guests get up for Peter Pan gala," 2004:1B, Sept. 11
"Look, it's a ...uh...sculpture," 2004:1B, Mar. 11
"Louisiana Film Festival to open with showcase of student work," 2004:1D, Nov. 9
"Most performers satisfied as curtain closes on season," 2004:4M, May 30
"Neverland' to make U.S. debut at The Strand," 2004:1A, Aug. 13
"Neverland' will make you believe," 2004:6B, Sept. 12
"One woman is the heart of the arts" [Pam Atchison], 2004:1A, Nov. 28
"Opening the widow to NEVERLAND," 2004:1A, Aug. 18
"Pandemonium," 2004:1D, Nov. 7
"Peter Pan birthday party nets gifts for children's hospital," 2004:1B, Sept. 13
"Peter Pan centennial gala kicks off celebrations," 2004:2D, Sept. 19
"Peter Pan," 2004:1D, Sept. 5
"Poised for new exhibit, artspace closes "Peter Pan," 2004:1B, Dec. 30
"Serena Sherriff will be taking art to the public," 2004:4E, Feb. 20
"SRAC celebrates CD release," 2004:2D, July 15
"SRAC needs volunteers for Artspace positions," 2004:4D, July 10
"SRAC schedules grants workshop for nonprofits," 2004:5D, Feb. 4
"SRAC seeks volunteers to assist sculptor," 2004:4D, Aug. 4
"SRAC sets workshop on raising funds," 2004:3D, Mar. 23
"SRAC to hold workshop for volunteers," 2004:3B, Mar. 28
"Summer arts education program keeps students sharp," 2004:1B, June 11
"Test your Brit wit at Quiz Night," 2004:3D, Nov. 9
"The cost of seeing and being seen" [Christmas in the Sky], 2004:1I, Nov. 28
"Traveling in a piece of art," 2004:1B, May 11
"Variety of activities planned Saturday," 2004:1B, Sept. 17
Stagg, Tom
"District judge celebrates 30 years," 2004:1B, Apr. 26
Star Cemetery
"Derelict cemetery gains new support," 2004:1B, Oct. 29
"Judge orders review of issue," 2004:1A, Nov. 10
Stonewall, La.
"Two cities, similar price tags, different results," 2004:1A, Nov. 26
Strand Theatre
"156th Army Band to strike soon at Strand," 2004:1B, July 26
"Best of Broadway' opens Thursday," 2004:3D, Nov. 9
"Celtic music rocks modern rhythms," 2004:2D, Mar. 30
"ENCORE!!' comes to The Strand Theatre," 2004:2D, Apr. 13
"Fame' invades the Strand on Thursday," 2004:3D, Mar. 9
"Fiddler' opens at The Strand," 2004:2D, Sept. 28
"Fiddler' plays a sweet and simple tune," 2004:3B, Oct. 3
"Forbidden Broadway' will take no prisoners at The Strand," 2004:3D, Jan.13
"Godsmack earns its stripes at The Strand," 2004:4B, Nov. 21
"Golf film screening at Strand tonight," 2004:1A, Apr. 13
"Grease' slides into Strand on Thursday," 2004:2D, Nov. 16
"Kiss Me Kate' brings battle of sexes to The Strand," 2004:4D, Mar. 3
"La. Dance Theatre front and center for concert," 2004:4D, Jan.3
"La. Dance transforms all types of dance," 2004:3D, Jan. 9
"Local dance company celebrates 21 years," 2004:4D, May 8
"Mexico's Three Tenors a multi-tenor fad," 2004:3D, Apr.27
"Moscow Ballet returns to The Strand," 2004:3D, Nov. 23
"Most performers satisfied as curtain closes on season," 2004:4M, May 30
"Neverland' to make U.S. debut at The Strand," 2004:1A, Aug. 13
"Nursie' raises stakes for local film industry," 2004:6B, Feb. 28
"Nursie' to come back for premiere," 2004:1B, Feb. 8
"Pink Floyd lights up The Strand," 2004:5E, Oct. 22
"Preserving the sound of music," 2004:1D, Oct. 11
"Rent' returns to The Strand," 2004:3D, Nov. 9
"Strand books 'Les Mis' for new season," 2004:1D, July 7
"Strand continues labor talks," 2004:6B, Sept. 30
"Strand sees silver lining with 20th anniversary lineup," 2004:1D, June 1
"The Strand prepares to 'flip' out," 2004:3D, Mar. 23
"The Strand presents.....", 2004:1D, July 16
"The wait for Kenny Wayne was time well spent," 2004:6B, Oct. 17
"Unsinkable Molly Bown' hopes to float," 2004:3D, Jan. 27
Stratton, Ann
"'Champion' of residents dies at 80," 2004:2B, July 22
"Obituary," 2004:4B, July 22
"Woman's work lives on with $9M Gift," 2004:1A, Sept. 3
Suarez, Rebecca
"Miss Shreveport wins talent on first night," 2004:2B, June 18
Summer Grove Baptist Church
"Church celebrates a new home in mall," 2004:1A, Aug. 23
"Church prepares mall for Sunday service," 2004:1B, Aug.20
"Church ready to hold its services in mall," 2004:1A, Aug. 12
"Summer Grove at the mall," 2004:4B, Aug. 21
Sutton, Hal
"86th PGA championship," 2004:1C, Aug. 13
"Captain America," 2004:1H, Sept. 12
"Captain's mission: Make U.S. team aware of event's significance," 2004:2H, Sept. 12
"Celebrities tee off today," 2004:10C, May 16
"Children's Hospital to be built," 2004:1A, Dec.7
"Christus backs children's hospital," 2004:1A, Feb. 22
"Cup arrives in Michigan," 2004:6C, Sept. 14
"Embarrasing," 2004:SS, Sept. 18
"Euro smash," 2004: SS, Sept. 19
"Event ready for next step," 2004:1C, May 18
"Great year for Mickelson ending on sour note," 2004:3C, Sept. 23
"Hal has no problem getting Ryder Cuppers' attention," 2004:1C, May 18
"Harrah's sale to Boyd clears," 2004:1A, May 18
"Health run/walk to aid Sutton hospital project," 2004:2B, Apr. 1
"It's Sutton's show," 2004:2H, Sept. 12
"Local golfers giving back," 2004:1A, May 13
"Mobile health unit rolls into Allendale," 2004:1I, Feb. 22
"My biggest regret," 2004:1C, Sept. 21
"Out of their misery," 2004: SS, Sept. 20
"Payne Stewart's presence is still felt five years later," 2004:1C, Sept. 16
"Ryder Cup captain's crunch," 2004:1C, Aug. 12
"Ryder Cup comes first for Sutton," 2004:6C, June 9
"Ryder cup wives help rally team," 2004:1A, Sept. 16
"Ryder Cup," 2004:1C, May 20
"Star-studded field marks golf event," 2004:1A, Mar. 27
"Stars come out for Sutton-Toms event," 2004: 1C, May 17
"Sutton arrives in Michigan for Ryder Cup," 2004:1C, Sept. 12
"Sutton challenges Woods to be Nicklaus-style leader," 2004:4H, Sept. 12
"Sutton faces quite a dilemma," 2004:2C, Aug. 13
"Sutton knows lineup, but keeps quiet," 2004:1C, Sept. 16
"Sutton pairs Mickelson with Woods," 2004:1C, Sept. 17
"Sutton perfect tonic for today's athlete," 2004:2H, Sept. 12
"Sutton wants emotions to flow," 2004:1C, Sept. 17
"Sutton's dream comes true," 2004:1C, Dec.8
"Sutton's reign ends," 2004:1A, Sept. 20
"Sutton, Toms put local area on golfing map," 2004:1A, Sept. 17
"Sutton, Toms struggle in the Texas wind," 2004:1C, May 14
"Sutton-Toms tourney begins today," 2004:1C, May 16
"Sutton: 'It was chaos'", 2004:1C, Aug. 17
"Sutton: Tough to get back," 2004:1C, Dec. 22
"Suttonmania strikes Detroit," 2004:1C, Sept. 13
"Tenacity a Sutton hallmark," 2004:3C, Aug. 17
"The 35th Ryder Cup," 2004:1C, Sept. 14
"Tragedy, business produce bond between Sutton, Shreveporter," 2004:1C, Sept. 15
"U.S., its Dream Team, a Ryder flop," 2004: 1A, Sept. 18
"Woods still the workhorse," 2004:1C, Sept. 15
SWEPCO
"Bossier neighborhood voice concerns about power outages," 2004:3B, Nov. 17
"City urges citizens to be patient for debris pickup," 2004:1B, June 8
"Green energy gains ground in Louisiana," 2004:5B, Nov. 9
"Outrages taper off," 2004:1B, June 6
"PSC looks into efforts to restore electricity," 2004:1A, June 10
"PSC orders SWEPCO to pay $1.6M," 2004:6B, May 15
"Repairs, power remain priorities in storm's aftermath," 2004:1A, June 7
"Some storm-hit areas still dark," 2004:1A, June 5
"Spending on tree trimming to double," 2004:1B, Nov. 16
"SWEPCO aims to return co-op credits," 2004:1B, Apr. 6

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Talley, Dan
"Community leader Dan Talley dies," 2004:2B, Jan. 21
"Obituary," 2004:3B, Jan. 22
Tarver, Sen. Greg
"Tarver retires today," 2004:1A, Jan. 12
Tauzin, Rep. Billy
"Double whammy of Tauzin, Breaux retiring to hurt La.", 2004:4B, Feb. 5
"Hundreds gather for D.C. Mardi Gras," 2004:4A, Feb. 14
"Rep. Billy Tauzin returns to work," 2004:4A, June 17
"Tauzin released from hospital," 2004:3A, Apr. 5
"Tauzin resigns chairmanship, will not seek re-election," 2004:1B, Feb. 4
"Tauzin to undergo surgery for cancer," 2004:1A, Mar. 10
"Tauzin turns away job with drug industry lobby," 2004:3A, Feb. 27
"Tauzin turns down offer to represent film industry," 2004:5A, Jan. 25
Taylor, Pat
"Oilman, philanthropist Pat Taylor dies at 67," 2004:3B, Nov. 8
Timber
"North La. organizes summit to talk up timber," 2004:5B, Sept. 7
Toledo Bend
"La. takes on Texas in lake level dispute," 2004:1A, Sept. 27
"La., Texas boards resolve no issues," 2004:1A, Dec. 3
"La., Texas to continue talks over level of lake," 2004:1A, Oct. 2
"Lake level issue nears resolution," 2004:1B, Apr. 6
"Level of lake pits La. against Texas," 2004:1B, May 24
"New state park to celebrate opening Saturday," 2004:4B, Nov. 18
Toms, David
"86th PGA championship," 2004:1C, Aug. 13
"A lot is on the line," 2004:1C, Jan.8
"Cakewalking in Memphis," 2004:1C, May 30
"Celebrities tee off today," 2004:10C, May 16
"Charity event wraps up with smiles, funds," 2004:1A, May 18
"David Toms to get Image Award," 2004:6B, Jan.14
"Emotional win for Toms," 2004:1A, May 31
"Event ready for next step," 2004:1C, May 18
"Local golfers giving back," 2004:1A, May 13
"Masters is a family affair for the Tomses," 2004:1A, Apr. 8
"Perfect 10," 2004:1C, May 31
"Ryder cup wives help rally team," 2004:1A, Sept. 16
"Signing for the masses," 2004:6C, Sept. 16
"Stars come out for Sutton-Toms event," 2004: 1C, May 17
"Sutton, Toms struggle in the Texas wind," 2004:3C, May 14
"Sutton-Toms tourney begins today," 2004:1C, May 16
"Team Toms already has its goal set for 2006," 2004:1C, Sept. 21
"Toms clear of injury bug," 2004:3H, Sept. 12
"Toms feels in control," 2004:2C, Aug. 14
"Toms Foundation provides Christmas shopping spree," 2004:1B, Dec. 22
"Toms gets an offer he just can't refuse," 2004:5C, Aug. 18
"Toms has a shot," 2004:10C, Aug. 15
"Toms in contention at Doral," 2004:8C, Mar. 7
"Toms is clubhouse leader," 2004:8C, Aug. 21
"Toms lackluster in his only match," 2004:SS, Sept. 18
"Toms loses to steady Montgomery," 2004: SS, Sept. 20
"Toms makes donation to Care Caddy," 2004:4B, Aug. 17
"Toms makes his move," 2004:1C, May 29
"Toms off to bad start in competitions," 2004:6C, Sept. 15
"Toms off to good start in Memphis," 2004:6C, May 28
"Toms ready for British Open," 2004:1C, July 11
"Toms ready for new role," 2004:2H, Sept. 12
"Toms still getting kinks out," 2004:1C, Apr. 7
"Toms to defend his 'home' event," 2004:1C, May 27
"Toms to hold special screening of Bobby Jones movie Apr. 2," 2004:4C, Mar. 23
"Toms to join Woods this week," 2004:1C, Feb. 19
"Toms to return ahead of schedule," 2004:1C, Feb. 17
"Toms' frustrations continue at Augusta," 2004:1C, Apr. 9
"Toms, caddie no longer the new guys," 2004:5H, Sept. 12
"Toms, Woods advance," 2004:4C, Feb. 26
"Toms-Mickelson pairing again delivers victory," 2004: SS, Sept. 19
"Top five golfers, Toms and Sutton highlight PGA Tour," 2004:1C, May 13
Troquille, Kathie
"Obituary," 2004:3B, Dec. 17
"Social worker, role model dies at 53," 2004:3B, Dec. 16

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United Veterans Home
"Veterans home opens new floor," 2004:1B, May 2
University of Louisiana System
"Clausen retained as president," 2004:3B, Dec. 23
"Sally Clausen up for position with SREB," 2004:1A, Dec. 11
"Schools hope to raise their number of graduates," 2004:2A, Aug. 27
"Students face rising tuition," 2004:1A, June 26
"UL board raises pay of university presidents," 2004:2B, Jan.10
University of Louisiana-Lafayette
"Cajunbot rolls up Capitol steps," 2004:4B, June 3
"Students feeling tuition cost pinch," 2004:5B, Aug. 15
University of Louisiana-Monroe
"ULM rising from deficit controversy," 2004:1B, July 6

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VA Medical Center
"VA center to lease parking lot from city," 2004:1B, Feb. 19
"VA Medical Center's parking expansion worries local historians," 2004:1B, Nov. 9
Vitter, David
"Vitter takes on lead role for La. Republicans," 2004:1A, Nov. 7
Vitter, Sen. David
"Senator thanks area supporters," 2004:1B, Dec. 6

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Wade Correctional Center
"Inmates reach out to community," 2004:4B, Dec.15
"Inmates to receive health care information," 2004:1A, Nov. 29
Walker, Lo
"Mayoral candidate poised to leave legacy in Bossier" [Lo Walker], 2004:1A, Nov. 29
Walker, Todd
"Baseball camp raises spirits, hopes," 2004:1B, Nov. 7
"Glory Days," 2004:10C, June 6
"Walker hits 1,000," 2004:1C, June 10
"Walker joins another 'doomed' ballclub," 2004:1C, Apr. 1
"Walker just wants to win," 2004:1C, Feb. 28
"Walker powers Cubs over Astros," 2004:4C, June 15
"Walker to stay with Cubs," 2004:3C, Dec.8
"Walker will be patient," 2004:1C, Nov. 5
"Walker, Cubs both winners in this deal," 2004:1C, Dec. 11
Weather
"Awareness week planned for storm-prone region," 2004: 1B, Mar.1
"Disaster declaration awaits Blanco signature," 2004:4A, June 4
"Gov. declares emergency in 10 N. La. parishes," 2004:2A, June 5
"Storm woes multiply," 2004:1A, June 4
"Storms batter area," 2004:1A, June 3
Webster Parish
"Assessor accused of theft," 2004:1B, June 4
"Audit raises additional questions," 2004:1B, June 8
"Clerk of Court pleads guilty," 2004:1B, Feb. 28
"DA: Clerk to plead guilty," 2004:1B, Feb. 25
"Minden approves bond, tax issues," 2004:1B, Jan. 18
"New sheriffs bring fresh energy," 2004:1A, July 6
"Officials to compile details on Minden schools work," 2004:1B, Jan. 20
"Progress made toward animal shelter," 2004:1B, Aug. 17
"Two Webster Parish offices under investigation," 2004:1A, Jan.6
"Webster assessor resigns," 2004:1B, July 20
"Webster assistant DA may be headed for Arizona," 2004:1A, Aug. 11
"Webster clerk charged," 2004:1B, Jan. 27
"Webster officials support I-69 corridor," 2004:4B, Apr. 26
"Webster Parish economy on the grow," 2004:8B, Nov. 4
"Webster sheriff to ask for sales tax," 2004:1B, Nov. 9
Wellborn, James Quillen
"Bossier not same without Wellborn," 2004:5I, June 20
"Death stills voice of civic steward Wellborn," 2004:1B, June 19
"Obituary," 2004:4B, June 19
West Edge
"Funding poised to galvanize local arts," 2004:1A, July 31
West Nile Virus
"1st case in human in Caddo," 2004:1B, Aug. 13
"5 more West Nile cases, 1 more death in La.", 2004:2B, Sept. 9
"Birds from more parishes test positive for West Nile," 2004:4B, July 31
"Bossier has its 1st case of West Nile," 2004:1B, Aug. 19
"Bossier has new case of West Nile," 2004:1B, Nov. 6
"Bossier Parish has new West Nile case," 2004:1B, Dec. 3
"Caddo, Bossier still a hot spot for West Nile," 2004:3B, Dec. 31
"Encephalitis death confirmed in Bossier City," 2004:1A, Aug. 18
"Experts study geckos' effect on West Nile," 2004:6B, June21
"Four new cases of West Nile reported in Caddo, Bossier," 2004:2B, Oct. 22
"Funds scarce for combating mosquitoes," 2004:1A, June 1
"He was 'a big ole strong man'", 2004:1A, May 8
"Health official: No West Nile outbreak predicted," 2004:1B, Aug. 14
"Local W. Nile tally highest in La.", 2004:1A, Jan. 29
"More birds in Bossier, Caddo have West Nile," 2004:1B, Aug.6
"More birds infected with West Nile," 2004:2B, July 14
"Natchitoches reports its first bird with West Nile," 2004:3B, Aug. 12
"New West Nile cases reported in area," 2004:4B, Oct. 6
"Nine new cases of virus here," 2004:1B, Sept. 22
"No human cases; 8 birds dead," 2004:4B, June 26
"No human West Nile cases in 2004 so far," 2004:4B, July 22
"Rains have area buzzing," 2004:1A, June 23
"Screenings detect West Nile in blood donations," 2004:7A, Aug.20
"Sixteen new West Nile cases, one death, reported in state," 2004:3A, Aug. 27
"Study finds West Nile costs will steadily rise," 2004:2B, Oct. 18
"W. Nile found in local birds," 2004:1A, Apr.30
"West Nile precautions are smart for hunters," 2004:8C, Sept. 5
Wideman Piano Competition
"7 finalists chosen in piano contest," 2004:1B, Dec. 5
"North Texas student wins Wideman," 2004:1B, Dec. 6
"Wideman competition begins Friday," 2004:2D, Nov. 30
"Wideman piano winners return for symphony concert," 2004:2D, Jan.6
"Wideman winners bring excitement to concert," 2004:3B, Jan. 12
Willis-Knighton Health System
"Children get a place of their own," 2004:1B, Aug. 30
"Community meets health needs, from birth to death," 2004:1D, Aug. 29
"Program on hold, seeking doctors," 2004:1A, Aug. 25
"Transplant program's status leaves some in limbo," 2004:1A, Aug. 29
"WK to develop sports imaging center at Portico," 2004:8B, Apr. 15
Wilson, Wilburn
"Former Lions Clubs leader dies," 2004:3B, Jan.5
"Obituary," 2004:4B, Jan.5
Woman's Dept. Club
"WDC to hold book review," 2004:3D, Feb. 17
"WDC to hold book review, luncheon," 2004:2D, Nov. 16
Women in Shreveport
"Annual Celebration of Women Week to begin," 2004:1B, Mar. 2
"Honored women have range of contributions," 2004:1B, Mar. 12
"Joyce Jeffrey named Athena Award winner," 2004:6B, May 5
"Six Athena nominees to be feted at luncheon," 2004:5B, May 4
Women's council names Athena Award nominees," 2004:6B, Aug.20
Woody's Home for Veterans
"Veterans home welcomed in Highland," 2004:1B, Jan. 17
World War II
"Airman's war ended at No. 30, over Berlin," 2004:1B, June21
"Ex-Marine celebrates 106 years," 2004:1B, Mar. 14
"Remembering a 1944 mission," 2004:1B, Mar. 6
Wright, Marie Gifford
"Local media mogul, civic leader dies," 2004:1B, Sept. 15
"Obituary," 2004:3B, Sept. 17
WWII
"Veterans still feel the fire," 2004:1A, June 6
"War Remembrance," 2004:1A, May 28

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YMCA
"Carver YMCA gets new leader, face-lift," 2004:1A, Oct. 4
YWCA
"Affair with Flair to benefit YWCA," 2004:1D, May 16
"Dance to learn," 2004:1D, June 8
"Refuge for abused planned," 2004:1A, July 27
"Teamwork makes annual benefit dinner a success," 2004:1D, Aug. 25
"Volunteers spruce up YWCA shelter," 2004:1B, Mar. 7
"Women artists sought for event in March," 2004:3D, Dec. 21
"YWCA focuses on promoting its image," 2004:1B, July 12
"YWCA kicks off domestic violence awareness week," 2004:1B, Oct. 18

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