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A

A.C. Steere Park
"New playground accessible to all," 2005:3M, May 1
"New playground being carved into existence," 2005:1B, March 13
Abortion
"Nine months later, still no ruling on La. abortion case," 2005:4B, Jan 25
Academy of Children's Theater
"Lauren Ross' passion is her business," 2005:2E, Dec 16
"New children's theater to present first play," 2005:2D, May 3
AIDS
"Agencies focus on AIDS awareness," 2005:1A, Feb. 8
"Issues hurt faith-based battle against HIV/AIDS," 2005:1A, June 4
"Local group part of international awareness," 2005:1A, Dec. 2
"Some worried about condom availability program," 2005:4B, June 23
"State health agency overspending could hurt AIDS program," 2005:1A, March 18
Allen, W. C. 'Dub'
"Christmas sculptures donated to celebration," 2005:1B, Nov. 28
Allendale
"Allendale houses herald beginnings for some evacuees," 2005:1B, Dec. 18
"City absorbs loss from shotgun house revitalization," 2005:1A, January 9
"Houses for evacuees take shape in Allendale," 2005:1A, Dec. 13
"Post-civil War shotgun houses weren't built to last," 2005:1A, January 10
Alliance for Education
"Caddo schools report postponed until May," 2005:4B, April 8
"Education forum seeks strategies," 2005:1B, Feb. 15
"Forums spark spirited talks on education," 2005:1A, Feb. 1
"Gala honors local leaders, raises money for schools," 2005:2B, March 3
"Group plans 'Community Conversations' on education," 2005:1A, January 4
"Group to share findings from education forums," 2005:1B, May 2
"Group wants La. to delay accountability program due to evacuees," 2005:1A, Sept. 27
"Leadership conference to offer diverse sessions for principals," 2005:1A, Feb. 7
"Meeting ends forum on Caddo schools," 2005:1B, May 6
"Organizations wrap up forums on education," 2005:1B, Feb. 14
"Walk for Education slated for Saturday," 2005:4B, October 14
American Legion
"American Legion Post 14 considers selling property," 2005:1A, March 3
American Rose Center
"Christmas in Roseland is in bloom," 2005:12E, Nov. 25
"Christmas in Roseland to return early this season," 2005:1B, July 4
"Find companions for your roses" [Scanniello, Stephen], 2005:1D, October 15
"Head of Rose Society resigns," 2005:1B, August 19
"Mike Craft to head American Rose Society," 2005:1B, October 6
"Rose Society members to get preview of new hall," 2005:2D, April 23
"Rose Society selects acting executive director," 2005:2B, August 24
Amtrak
"Amtrak demonstration derails for Bossier City," 2005:1A, January 11
"Amtrak remains available for area without station," 2005:1A, January 31
Ark-La-Tex Antique and Classic Vehicle Museum
"Car show to visit the area" [Crusin' the Coast], 2005:3B, October 12
Art in Shreveport
"Area artist is living the good life" [Dennie O'Bryant], 2005:2E, August 26
"Art from the heart" [Holy Angels], 2005:1D, May 22
"Art is in his heart" [Henry Price], 2005:1D, August 9
"Artist adds spice to everyday scenes" [Ray Holt], 2005:2E, May 6
"Artist inspired by her roots" [Conchita McElwee], 2005:2E, September 9
"Artist inspired by nature's beauty" [Dema Whitmeyer], 2005:2E, Sept. 16
"Artist offers local talent" [Michael Moore], 2005:4E, Feb. 4
"Artist reception to take place At Prima Tazza" [Pearl Serbanic], 2005:6D, April 13
"Artist relocates to Shreveport" [Bill Daniel, filmmaker], 2005:1D, March 1
"Artists come together on line," 2005:1D, May 16
"Arts Council of N.O. operating out of Shreveport" [Katrina], 2005:7A, Sept. 15
"Artspace opens Coolspace for local exhibits," 2005:1D, May 6
"Artspace to 'Deck the Halls' with area art," 2005:1D, Nov. 15
"Dia delos Muertos' to open at artspace," 2005:1D, August 28
"Displaced artist finds comfort in her creativity" [Liz Zibilich], 2005:2E, Sept.23
"Displaced artists turn to their creativity " [Mary Jane Potts], 2005:1D, Sept. 27
"Dog pokes fun at life" [Brad Campbell], 2005:4E, Feb. 18
"Drawn to local talent," 2005:1D, July 16
"East Bank Art Gallery to hold artist reception" [Jamie Sanders], 2005:3D, Nov. 29
"EBT to present annual winter juried show," 2005:2D, January 4
"Exhibit takes image of Santa outside of the box," 2005:1B, Dec. 17
"For Gerald Ortego, art is his calling," 2005:2E, Nov. 25
"Glass artist not kicking creative habit anytime soon" [John Dunn], 2005:2E, May 27
"Go West, you artists" [West Edge], 2005:1D, August 30
"Guardian' production manager to exhibit photography" [coolspace at artspace], 2005:3D, Dec. 6
"Hank Stoer displays paintings at The Glen," 2005:3D, April 12
"Heritage keeper" [Claire Foster Burnett], 2005:1B, Feb. 3
"Kuumba gallery shows paintings, sculptures," 2005:2D, July 12
"Lawyer breaks from legalese with artspeak" [Rebecca Hudsmith], 2005:2E, Dec. 30
"Local artists donate works to LPB," 2005:1D, June 3
"Local Kuuma gallery to feature black artists," 2005:2D, Feb. 15
"More artists use multimedia for creative expression," 2005:1D, Sept. 22
"Opening of Heritage Gallery" [Chitty, Darrell], 2005:4E, January 14
"Part archaeologist, part painter" [Bill Gingles], 2005:4E, January 28
"Port Belly Project set to perform at artspace," 2005:2D, Nov. 8
"Rhythm and you" [Pamoja Art Center], 2005:1D, March 22
"Season's greetings, the manly way" [Arodasi Studios], 2005:1D, Nov. 29
"Seeing emotion: Artist uses color to convey feelings" [Rachel Stuart-Haas], 2005:4E, Feb. 11
"Shape of things" [Bistineau Gallery], 2005:1D, Nov. 29
"Shreveport Art Club to hold juried exhibit," 2005:2D, July 19
"Skipgo" [collective artists' group], 2005:1D, March 29
"Sue Strickland is armed with paint and imagination" [coolspace at artspace], 2005:2E, Dec. 2
"Three Women Painting' exhibit set to open at coolspace gallery," 2005:3D, Nov. 29
"Virtual gallery to shift dimensions at coolspace," 2005:1D, August 2
"Watercolor group to open exhibit Monday," 2005:2D, Sept. 27
"Work of New Orleans artist on display" [Jon Graubarth], 2005:3D, Dec. 13
"'Woman in Black' to haunt artspace," 2005:3D, Nov. 1
"Woman's perspective" [Bistineau Gallery], 2005:1A, June 10

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B

Bahcall, John Norris
"Renowned astrophysicist from Shreveport dies," 2005:2B, August 24
Banks
"Capital One to pay about $5.35B for Hibernia," 2005:6B, March 8
"Chase name replacing Bank One signs in La.," 2005:6B, July 8
"Hibernia first-quarter earnings higher this year," 2005:5B, April 19
Barksdale Air Force Base
"2nd Bomb Wing command change ahead," 2005:2B, August 2
"2nd Bomb wing command change to happen Thursday," 2005:4B, Sept. 21
"2nd Bomb Wing earns top honor for 5th time," 2005:4B, January 6
"2nd Bomb Wing gets major 'attaboy'," 2005:1B, January 7
"307th RED HORSE to deploy to SW Asia for six months," 2005:2B, January 8
"8th Air Force heads overseas," 2005:1B, May 10
"8th Air Force travelers return," 2005:1B, Sept. 21
"917th welcomes new 'wing king'," 2005:1B, May 9
"917th Wing head to step down in April," 2005:2B, March 5
"A-10s wing their way home to New Orleans," 2005:11A, Dec. 16
"Air veterans group flies last sortie," 2005:1B, January 31
"Airman, musician aims high," 2005:1B, April 18
"Armee de l'air ranges skies over Louisiana," 2005:1B, May 23
"B-52 marks its 50th year in service of the Air Force," 2005:1B, June 29
"BAFB adds civilian guards," 2005:2B, January 29
"BAFB cleared BRAC review by earning it," 2005:1A, June 12
"BAFB gears up for next air show," 2005:2B, Dec. 17
"BAFB offers military evacuees, families support after hurricane," 2005:6A, Sept. 16
"BAFB prepares for annual air show," 2005:1A, April 30
"BAFB to host Marines' welcome party," 2005:2B, April 30
"BAFB wins prestigious award for '05 air show," 2005:1B, Dec. 11
"BAFB's role could loom large" [shuttle], 2005:5A, August 7
"Barksdale alumni reach new heights," 2005:1B, Nov. 7
"Barksdale colonels bound for new posts," 2005:1A, April 17
"Barksdale dormitories nearing completion," 2005:1B, July 11
"Barksdale folks headed to war zones," 2005:2B, September 3
"Barksdale undergoes nuclear inspection," 2005:2B, July 16
"Barksdale: East side to buzz with activity," 2005:1A, January 1
"Big planes return to Barksdale," 2005:2B, October 1
"Blue Angels prepare for BAFB show," 2005:1A, January 4
"Blue Angels prepare for show days," 2005:1B, May 13
"Blue Angels wow crowd at annual air show, 2005:1A, May 15
"Boosters plan fundraisers for base museum projects," 2005:2B, August 27
"BRAC's attack not brutal here," 2005:1A, May 15
"Change in 8th Air Force leadership back on track," 2005:2B, August 3
"Chilton takes reins of the 8th Air Force," 2005:1A, August 11
"Closure, realignment process creaks along" [Federal Committee], 2005:1B, March 28
"Command of 917th changes hands," 2005:1B, April 4
"Commander of 917th Medical group retires," 2005:1B, January 10
"Discovery to leave here today," 2005:1B, August 21
"Families, Marines, plan prayers and time together," 2005:1B, April 1
"Former military leader dies at 84" [Mason, Wallace], 2005:1B, July 4
"Gas prices good news for Barksdale," 2005:1A, August 21
"Hurricane Katrina forces a change in POW event," 2005:1B, Sept. 21
"Korean War group nails convention details," 2005:1B, July 18
"Korean War veterans to gather in area," 2005:1B, Feb. 22
"Leadership changes at 2nd Bomb Wing," 2005:1B, Sept.23
"Local wait possible visit by shuttle," 2005:1B, August 14
"Marines receive medals, accolades at air show," 2005:1B, May 15
"Marines return home," 2005:1A, April 1
"McCrery sees BAFB, Ft. Polk prospering during base realignment," 2005:5I, January 9
"N.O. A-10s now call BAFB home" [Katrina], 2005:1B, Sept. 14
"Oaths work right second time around," 2005:2B, October 8
"Old-time radio event planned at Barksdale," 2005:1B, April 13
"Plan would add 65 jobs, 9 planes to BAFB," 2005:1A, May 14
"Reserve B-52s head for Guam," 2005:1A, January 7
"Reserve pilot to receive top honor," 2005:1B, May 13
"Service plans include new role for B-52s," 2005:1A, April 11
"Shuttle Discovery returns home," 2005:1A, August 22
"Shuttle pit stop," 2005:1A, August 20
"Soft drinks hard interest for Haughton man" [Buck Riggs], 2005:2B, Feb. 5
"STARBASE director to leave area soon," 2005:2B, August 20
"Those daring aviators and their flying machines," 2005:12E, May 13
"Weather threat concels Massing of the Colors," 2005:1B, Nov. 14
"Wing head set for promotion," 2005:1B, Dec. 4
"WWII holidays honored at base museum," 2005:2B, Nov. 26
Barnwell Center
"Barnwell poised for an overhaul," 2005:1B, Nov. 27
"Barnwell to exhibit local watercolorists" [Shaw, Hawkins, Kilniak], 2005:3D, April 26
"Barnwell to have program on weeds," 2005:3D, Feb. 12
"Barnwell to host exhibit of landscape painters," 2005:2D, June 7
"Bruce Bordelon tapped for drawing classes," 2005:2D, July 19
"From a blank canvas springs a forest," 2005:1B, April 19
"Hoover to present juried show at Barnwell," 2005:3D, May 24
"New paintings in show at Barnwell Center," 2005:2D, July 19
"Porcelain group set to hold spring art show," 2005:3D, April 26
"Program digs into garden accessories," 2005:4B, January 10
"Various artists on display at Barnwell," 2005:2D, August 30
Barnwell, Cleo
"Obituary," 2005:3B, Feb. 28
"Shreveport's 'Lady of Wildflowers' dies," 2005:2B, Feb. 28
Bean, Ron
"Obituary," 2005:3B, April 21
"Ron Bean 'was really a fighter'," 2005:1A, April 20
"Ron Bean given hero's send-off," 2005:1A, April 23
Benton, La.
"Benton festival will focus on history, folk art Saturday," 2005:2B, May 19
"Courthouse addition to be finished in October," 2005:2B, January 29
"New, returning leaders ready to move Benton forward," 2005:1B, January 17
Berlin, Brock
"Berlin to remain in south Florida," 2005:1C, April 26
BESE
"After-school programs protest loss of funding," 2005:1B, August 19
"BESE displeased with school takeover plan," 2005:3B, Dec. 7
"BESE retools funding formula for schools," 2005:1A, Nov. 10
"Board votes to give more funding to schools," 2005:4B, Nov. 16
"Education board sends $2.7B spending plan to Legislature," 2005:4B, March 8
"Group wants La. to delay accountability program due to evacuees," 2005:1A, Sept. 27
"Lawsuit tests criterion of best campuses," 2005:1A, October 13
"School systems to get funding boost," 2005:1A, January 20
"Schools get 1-year testing reprieve," 2005:1A, Sept. 28
"Some schools, parents struggle with implications of testing waiver," 2005:1A, October 3
"Teacher pay plan proposed by BESE," 2005:4A, January 20
Biomedical Research Foundation
"Biomed's mission recovering," 2005:1B, June 24
"Caddo increases tax rates for library, Biomed," 2005:4B, August 19
"Foundation receives $305K grant," 2005:6B, August 11
"Louisiana's first wet lab incubator opens today," 2005:6B, October 5
Black Community
"All men are created equal," 2005:1B, January 15
"Black Arts Festival showcases diversity of culture," 2005:1B, July 11
"Black Baptists reach out to white for evangelism," 2005:1A, March 1
"Blacks must five back to save the black family, speaker says," 2005:2B, March 17
"Breaking Barriers Embracing the Past" [Series], 2005:1A, Feb. 27
"City honors Rosa Parks," 2005:1B, Nov. 2
"Civil rights activist joins celebration" [Black History], 2005:1B, Feb. 28
"College president focuses on past to improve future" [Black History], 2005:1B, Feb. 7
"Database lists lynchings in Caddo, Bossier," 2005:4A, June 14
"Events throughout month to honor slain civil rights leader," 2005:1B, January 2
"Festival focuses on family, faith, food and fun," 2005:1B, June 12
"In the spirit," 2005:1D, June 26
"Keeping the legacy alive" [Black History], 2005:1B, Feb. 6
"King's life lessons turn into classroom studies," 2005:1A, January 17
"Kuumba gallery shows paintings, sculptures," 2005:2D, July 12
"La. choirs to celebrate Negro spirituals," 2005:2D, Feb. 22
"La. composer featured in Pamoja concert," 2005:2D, Feb. 22
"Longtime community activist dead at 81," 2005:1B, March 15
"March leads advance to MLK honors," 2005:1B, January 9
"Million Man draws locals," 2005:1B, October 12
"Minority business expo helps companies get a foot in door," 2005:1B, Nov. 4
"MLK Foundation scholarship recognizes student's perseverance," 2005:1A, January 15
"MLK teachings live in the classroom," 2005:3B, January 17
"Nationally known educator to speak Sunday" [Black History], 2005:1B, Feb. 4
"New event will focus on cultural, folk expression" [Black Arts Festival], 2005: 1D, June 28
"New group could help propel black theater," 2005:1D, Nov. 22
"Officials suspend Super Safe Sunday event," 2005: 1A, June 28
"Organizers invite black youth to learn more about Millions More Movement," 2005:1A, May 24
"Parade rolls through MLK neighborhood," 2005:3B, January 16
"People's concert: Celebrate diversity," 2005:1D, January 11
"Performers jazz up Black History Month program," 2005:1B, Feb. 11
"Rhythm and you" [Pamoja Art Center], 2005:1D, March 22
"Sobek takes to the streets" [Mardi Gras Krewe], 2005:12E, January 7
"Speaker reminds students King's fight yet unfinished," 2005:2B, January 18
"Super Safe Sunday attracts thousands," 2005:1A, June 13
"Super Safe Sunday ends in violence again," 2005:1A, June 27
Blanchard, La.
"Water violations costing taxpayers," 2005:1A, March 21
Blanco, Gov. Kathleen
"Blanco after Cuba: Gov. earns respect of economic community," 2005:5B, April 5
"Blanco announces special session," 2005:5A, October 8
"Blanco appeals for tax support," 2005:4B, June 4
"Blanco arrives in communist Cuba for trade mission," 2005:4B, March 9
"Blanco asks Bush to withdraw CAFTA," 2005:6B, June 3
"Blanco asks for reassurances" [Katrina], 2005:9A, Dec. 15
"Blanco asks lawmakers not to cut state taxes," 2005:4B, April 27
"Blanco backs bill that would disclose income of legislators," 2005:1A, April 23
"Blanco blamed aftermath on levees," 2005:9A, Dec. 15
"Blanco cool to Nagin's casino solution," 2005:3A, October 12
"Blanco defends La's response to Katrina," 2005:1A, Dec. 15
"Blanco eyes 'sin' tax for pay raises," 2005:1B, Feb. 24
"Blanco far short on cigarette tax votes," 2005:1B, June 3
"Blanco focuses on adult learning, training skills," 2005:4B, January 6
"Blanco focuses on specific issues," 2005:5I, January 9
"Blanco getting good marks from oil industry," 2005:12A, January 9
"Blanco gives up on cigarette tax," 2005:1A, June 15
"Blanco heads to Mexico, Cuba to push La. business," 2005:4B, March 7
"Blanco in Washington to testify, lobby for aid," 2005:1A, Dec. 13
"Blanco invites NRA to bring its conventions," 2005:3B, July 27
"Blanco issues budget freeze order," 2005:4B, Sept. 21
"Blanco lunches with Castro," 2005:6B, March 11
"Blanco makes the honor roll for first year," 2005:1A, January 9
"Blanco meets with top military brass," 2005:4B, January 22
"Blanco memorializes Louisiana soldiers," 2005:4B, January 13
"Blanco names inspector general," 2005:4B, March 16
"Blanco names some river pilot regulators," 2005:2B, Feb. 10
"Blanco pardons woman who tried to integrate public swimming pool," 2005:1A, January 18
"Blanco plans special session for teacher raises," 2005:1B, July 1
"Blanco pledges $20M for I-49," 2005:1A, April 26
"Blanco pressures hospitals to back tax," 2005:1B, March 20
"Blanco promises turnaround for La.", 2005:1B, October 29
"Blanco puts in a call to residents of Mink," 2005:1A, Feb. 1
"Blanco responds to questions about hurricane, aftermath," 2005:4A, Sept. 19
"Blanco seeks full federal funding of recovery" [Katrina], 2005:1A, Sept. 15
"Blanco sees support building for plan to fund teacher raises," 2005:1B, March 4
"Blanco signs bill that wineries say could kill their business," 2005:6B, July 15
"Blanco slashes budget," 2005:1A, Nov. 6
"Blanco staffers faced rumors, Castro and race," 2005:5B, Dec. 4
"Blanco switches cigarette tax proceeds to health care funding," 2005:1A, June 10
"Blanco targets October session," 2005:1A, Sept. 19
"Blanco to call for House vote on proposed cigarette tax," 2005:3A, May 31
"Blanco to decide whether to change election dates," 2005:4B, June 18
"Blanco to go before GOP questioners today," 2005:3A, Dec. 14
"Blanco to meet with at least 3 major Asian carmakers," 2005:3B, August 15
"Blanco tours Jefferson Parish youth prison," 2005:2B, July 15
"Blanco wants railroads to pay more for safety," 2005:1B, March 25
"Blanco's finances remain unchanged," 2005:1A, Feb. 5
"Blanco's proposals met with applause, silence," 2005:4B, April 26
"Blanco's staff still working on plan for stadium," 2005:6B, January 4
"Blanco's vetoes worth $1M," 2005:1A, July 16
"Blanco, AARP discuss long-term care issues, Medicaid at forum," 2005:2B, May 10
"Blanco: Federal help needed for basic services" [Katrina], 2005:1A, October 4
"Blanco: No casino for Jena Choctaws," 2005:1A, April 13
"Blanco: Use all cigarette tax to boost teacher pay," 2005:1A, May 24
"Blanco: We have to go to Washington...", 2005:5I, Nov. 27
"Blanco: What Saints taxes will New Orleans support?", 2005:1A, January 6
"Body recovery creates rift between La., FEMA" [Katrina], 2005:1A, Sept. 14
"Conference to promote women leaders," 2005:6B, May 25
"Cuba, La. strengthen trade ties," 2005:6B, March 10
"Day-care centers targeted for closure," 2005:1B, Feb. 2
"Decision spares Blanco" [federal convictions], 2005:1B, August 12
"DHH unveils plans to expand health care for uninsured," 2005:1B, May 11
"Documents show Blanco and her staff scrambling," 2005:1A, Dec. 11
"Gov. backs bond funding plan for I-49," 2005:1A, May 10
"Gov. Blanco to stay away from politics during Cuba visit," 2005:1A, March 10
"Gov. Blanco wants $1 more on cigarette tax," 2005:1A, May 10
"Gov. pleased with college's efforts to develop work force" [BBCP], 2005:1B, April 7
"Governor may push House vote on cigarette tax," 2005:4B, June 13
"Governor praises plan for coastal restoration," 2005:5B, July 26
"Governor proposes plans to rebuild," 2005:1A, Nov. 7
"Governor to cut budget without Legislature's OK," 2005:1A, Nov. 4
"Governor to Saints: Earn it," 2005:1A, January 11
"Hospitals stop paying attorneys to collect fees," 2005:1A, April 11
"Jena Choctaws suing state over casino," 2005:1B, June 6
"Juvenile justice study to begin," 2005:1B, January 11
"La. governor gives thanks and admits mistakes," 2005:5B, Sept. 15
"Lawmaker trying to convince Blanco to help IP," 2005:3B, June 4
"Lawmakers: No raise until teachers get one," 2005:1A, Feb. 13
"Louisiana short on Medicaid," 2005:1B, March 12
"Meetings contribute to health-care plan," 2005:1A, April 25
"No-name Superdome fails to tap into funds," 2005:1A, January 24
"Opposition to coastal funding irks Blanco," 2005:1B, July 21
"Politcos rally for state military bases," 2005:1A, March 23
"Report card for Blanco's first term as Louisiana governor," 2005:13A, January 9
"Review commission recommends raises for state officials," 2005:1B, Feb. 22
"Role of Louisiana watchdog position uncertain," 2005:4B, January 19
"Smokers could finance teacher raise package," 2005:1A, March 27
"Some still cautious about governor's sin tax plan,' 2005:1B, March 25
"State meets Saints payment deadline," 2005:4B, July 6
"State seeks bids for veterans cemetery," 2005:1B, June 22
"Superdome group, governor to talk about Saints deal," 2005:1B, January 8
"Tale of two politicians," 2005:5I, Nov. 6
"Talk of changing care for elderly, disabled spurs fervent debate," 2005:1B, January 26
Board of Elementary and Secondary Education
See BESE (See BESE)
Board of Regents
"Colleges offer 'unreal' budgets," 2005:1B, October 27
"Purchase of building for pharmacy program set to be approved today," 2005:2B, August 25
Bonnie and Clyde
"Bonnie and Clyde museum opens," 2005:2B, June 12
Booker T. Washington High School
"Opening of center marks BTW High School's 55th birthday," 2005:1B, January 24
Bossier Arts Council
"Arts council to present 'Youth on Stage," 2005:4D, October 1
"BAC director to step down," 2005:6D, Sept. 14
"BAC offers acting classes," 2005:2D, Nov. 8
"BAC offers oil painting, mixed-media classes," 2005:2D, October 11
"BAC offers two new art courses this spring," 2005:2D, Feb. 15
"BAC to host Valentine event," 2005:2D, Feb. 1
"BAC's juried show opens," 2005:4B, January 10
"Celebrates 25 years," 2005:1D, April 3
"East Bank Art Gallery to hold artist reception," 2005:2D, Sept. 27
"New Bossier arts director takes center stage" [Susan Kirton], 2005:2E, Nov. 18
Bossier Chamber of Commerce
"Bossier Chamber seeks 75 members during spring drive," 2005:2B, March 19
"Chamber gears up for 2006 events," 2005:2B, Dec. 31
"Chamber honors patriots at dinner," 2005:2B, October 1
"Chamber names Athena nominees," 2005:6B, April 22
"Chamber to honor patriots," 2005:2B, September 3
"High school football champs to lead Christmas parade," 2005:1B, Nov. 27
"March of Dimes head wins Athena award," 2005:6B, May 6
Bossier City
"Book is a burning issue for Bossier City historian," 2005:2B, October 29
"Campbell stumps railroad plan in Bossier City," 2005:1B, April 8
"Heart of Bossier City looks to revitalization," 2005:1A, July 17
"Lifetime resident named "Mr. Bossier City" [Neill Yarborough], 2005:2B, May 18
Bossier City Charter Commission
"Charter Commission makes more changes," 2005:1B, January 27
"Charter panel OKs document," 2005:1B, Feb. 10
"Official: Voters will find charter more agreeable," 2005:2B, January 8
"Review of charter continues," 2005:2B, January 15
Bossier City Council
"Annexation means more services" [Tiburon], 2005:1A, March 28
"Behind the scenes work continue on overpass," 2005:2B, April 2
"Bossier City aims to ban paintball guns," 2005:4B, June 14
"Bossier City budget plan calls for fee increases," 2005:1A, October 8
"Bossier City budget vote continued," 2005:1B, Nov. 16
"Bossier City Council delays budget vote," 2005:1B, Nov. 2
"Bossier City District 3 council race draws near," 2005:1B, March 21
"Bossier City grows by 656 acres," 2005:1B, April 6
"Bossier City hires parks director," 2005:2B, September 7
"Bossier City leaders honor Shreveport officer" [Lester Robinson], 2005:1B, August 17
"Bossier City parks director resigns," 2005:1B, July 14
"Bossier City passes 2006 budget with fee increases," 2005:1B, Nov. 30
"Bossier City seeks to expropriate property," 2005:1B, January 19
"Bossier City to get modern water tower," 2005:1B, Feb. 15
"Bossier City to improve traffic, upgrade sewerage, water lines," 2005:1B, Feb. 9
"Bossier City to weigh smoking ban for Boardwalk garage," 2005:4B, March 2
"Bossier City wrestles with raising rates, cutting costs," 2005:1B, October 31
"Bossier City, parish are looking to school system for park funding," 2005:2B, Feb. 16
"Bossier City, school system to repair fields," 2005:1B, May 4
"Bossier residents dreading higher EMS fees," 2005:4B, October 12
"Bossier to evaluate vehicle use," 2005:1B, Dec. 7
"Bossier to send money for parkway ramps to the state," 2005:2B, January 26
"Budget, overpass top council's agenda," 2005:2B, Nov. 12
"City Council halts new permits in Stockwell," 2005:1B, March 16
"City may discontinue festival laws," 2005:2B, April 30
"City plans major work," 2005:2B, Feb. 12
"City to consider turn lane on Airline," 2005:2B, May 14
"Council elects Jones as president," 2005:2B, June 25
"Council incumbents may face little opposition in elections," 2005:1A, Feb. 8
"Council OKs alcohol permits," 2005:3B, April 27
"Council plans closed session to discuss Stockwell issue," 2005:3B, March 8
"Council to address modular homes," 2005:2B, Dec. 17
"Council to consider sale of alcohol," 2005:2B, July 30
"Council to get charter draft," 2005:2B, Feb. 26
"Decision on overlay district could be postponed," 2005:1B, Feb. 16
"Meeting to focus on annexation issue," 2005:2B, April 2
"Members OK commission appointment, office park," 2005:1B, July 6
"MPC approves alcohol at Hooters," 2005:1B, March 22
"New park will cost additional $300,000," 2005:1B, July 20
"Officials consider fields for south Bossier City," 2005:1A, January 10
"Overpass will cost another $1.5M," 2005:1B, June 8
"Property owners appeal decision," 2005:2B, January 8
"Property standards board faces dissolution," 2005:1B, March 29
"Public safety concerns grow with Bossier City," 2005:1A, May 21
"Ramps set to cost another $1.M," 2005:1B, April 20
"Residents stoke fire to replace bridge" [Jimmie Davis], 2005:1B, July 10
"Stockwell issue likely to go back before MPC," 2005:1B, March 9
"Water line would benefit Lakewood, other subdivisions," 2005:1B, July 24
Bossier City Government
"Baseball facilities sport a new look," 2005:1B, January 1
"Bossier City advertising jobs outside City Hall," 2005:2B, July 30
"Bossier City, parish sue Cox cable," 2005:1A, Feb. 16
"Bossier gets new utilities director," 2005:3B, Sept. 21
"Council seats up for grabs," 2005:3A, January 1
"Officials see pension fund crisis deepening," 2005:1B, Feb. 9
"Property standards violations increase in Bossier City," 2005:1A, April 27
Bossier City Economic Development Foundation
"Foundation seeks leader to replace Don Pierson," 2005:1A, January 18
Bossier City Economy
"Area sees more employers, jobs in past decade," 2005:4L, April 24
"Boardwalk, mall compete for shoppers in Bossier City," 2005:6B, July 14
"Bossier City growth brings excitement and frustration," 2005:1A, Nov. 7
"Bossier City Starbucks set to open," 2005:1B, April 19
"Bossier Parish grows; overall crime drops," 2005:1B, January 13
"Center could bring 30 jobs to area," 2005:1B, October 22
"Chicken processing plant may be sold," 2005:5B, August 9
"Despite decline, 2004 a good year for local construction," 2005:6B, Feb. 4
"Economic development group to replace director," 2005:2B, March 26
"Fund to target neighborhoods for development," 2005:1A, January 13
"Growth brings business opportunities and congestion," 2005:1L, April 24
"Home construction prices rising in hurricanes' wake," 2005:5B, October 11
"Hy-air expands to Bossier City," 2005:6B, Feb. 4
"Kickapoo Corner swings into action, suds and all," 2005:2B, March 26
"Local home sales still are through the roof," 2005:1I, August 7
"Local jobless rate rises in January," 2005:5B, March 14
"Local malls hold their own with new retailers," 2005:1I, January 9
"Retail sales up!," 2005:1A, Nov. 20
"Shopping development planned for Bossier City," 2005:1B, August 30
"State, local jobless rates improve," 2005:6B, April 8
"Storms boost sales tax revenue," 2005:1B, Nov. 9
"Texas Roadhouse construction hits the road," 2005:2B, January 1
"Texas slots proposal on the table," 2005:5B, Feb. 8
Bossier City Environment
"$50,000 earmarked for erosion," 2005:1B, January 5
"Local officials warn of bird flu pandemic," 2005:4B, October 20
Bossier City Fire Dept
"Firefighter and officer earn honor" [McCoy, Mack], 2005:4B, October 15
"Firefighters have new tool to save lives" [AutoPulse machine], 2005:1B, March 22
"Local soldier/firefighter receives medal for service in Iraq," 2005:1A, March 31
Bossier City Metropolitan Planning Commission
"Bossier City overrides MPC," 2005:1B, August 3
"Businesses close to homes could see more limited hours," 2005:5B, June 18
"City getting tougher on temporary sign usage," 2005:2B, January 22
"Commission to discuss rezoning," 2005:2B, July 16
"MPC approves alcohol at Hooters," 2005:1B, March 22
"MPC approves changes in zoning, subdivision plans," 2005:2B, January 29
"MPC board to hear owner's appeal," 2005:2B, January 29
"MPC nixes quicker alcohol permits for Boardwalk," 2005:1B, Feb. 1
"Panel OKs businesses on park road," 2005:1B, January 25
"Stockwell residents get wish from board," 2005:1B, Feb. 1
"Stockwell zoning changes on agenda," 2005:2B, March 19
Bossier City Police Dept.
"Bossier City back on bikes," 2005:1B, May 5
"Bossier City crime down by 6 percent," 2005:1A, January 21
"Bossier City police chief's son arrested," 2005:1B, July 19
"Bossier settles wrongful termination suit out of court," 2005:1B, June 21
"Chief: Officer followed training," 2005:1A, Dec. 10
"Database created by bill could save lives" [Trey Hutchinson Bill], 2005:1A, August 9
"Firefighter and office earn honor" [Mathews, Leander], 2005:4B, October 15
"Grant money to pay overtime for police," 2005:2B, July 30
"Memories of slain officer endure in shadow box," 2005:2A, August 9
"Police dogs show off their skills," 2005:1B, June 10
"Slain local officer honored in nation's capital" [Trey Hutchinson], 2005:1A, May 16
"Trey Hutchinson: A Year Later," 2005:1A, August 7
"Two former police officers to get day in court," 2005:1B, June 20
Bossier City Veterans Home
"Bidding opens for facility contract," 2005:1B, January 7
"Building expected to start by April," 2005:1B, January 21
Bossier Civic Center
"Train show scheduled for fall at civic center," 2005:2B, July 30
Bossier Parish
"Algae blamed for stench in Bossier Parish subdivision" [Dogwood South], 2005:1B, August 31
"Appointed board members are 'backbone' of local government," 2005:1B, March 16
"Bossier 911 unveils new technology," 2005:2B, March 9
"Bossier begins to deal with drainage," 2005:1B, January 31
"Bossier, Caddo begin spraying for mosquitoes," 2005:1B, May 29
"Bossier creating training programs," 2005:2B, January 1
"Bossier Parish agencies help each other assist residents," 2005:1B, March 23
"Bossier Parish budget in sound shape for 2006," 2005:1B, Nov. 15
"Bossier Parish grows; overall crime drops," 2005:1B, January 13
"Bossier workers sharing records," 2005:1B, October 28
"Church recovers lost fragments of its rural heritage," 2005:2B, Dec. 31
"Deputy coroner gets notice of termination" [Lisa Hayes], 2005:1B, October 25
"Fire stations in search of volunteers," 2005:1B, Nov. 26
"More stringent drainage requirements sought," 2005:2B, January 26
"North Bossier Park plans move forward," 2005:2B, May 7
"Residents will work for better water," 2005:2B, Feb. 26
"State money on the way for Bossier Parish projects," 2005:1A, July 22
"'Tires and tubes' budget keeps parish rolling," 2005:2B, Nov. 19
Bossier Parish-Community College
"Bigger is better at BPCC," 2005:5K, April 17
"BPCC, Bossier City to hold variety show," 2005:3D, Nov. 29
"BPCC crafts new training," 2005:4B, Nov. 14
"BPCC grand opening on Tuesday," 2005:2B, January 29
"BPCC officially dedicates new campus," 2005:1B, Feb. 2
"BPCC recognizes graduates at '05 spring commencement," 2005:4B, June 2
"BPCC seeks actors for its summer film," 2005:2B, Feb. 26
"BPCC to hold auditions for summer film," 2005:2D, Feb. 22
"BPCC to host Festival of One-Act Plays," 2005:3D, April 26
"BPCC to plant time capsule to memorialize change," 2005:2B, January 22
"BPCC to present music showcase on Friday," 2005:2D, Nov. 15
"BPCC trains students for film, TV careers," 2005:1I, August 21
"BPCC's 2005-06 season to welcome new stage," 2005:2D, July 26
"Classes offered for those seeking GED," 2005:2B, October 1
"Committee votes for church use of old BPCC," 2005:2B, Feb. 12
"Community college prepares for satellite campus at NSU," 2005:1B, June 26
"Director to help guide artistic vision at Proscenium" [Crawford, Ray], 2005:2E, October 21
"Event heralds big beginnings for students, campus," 2005:1B, May 20
"Fate of war brings Dole to BPCC," 2005:1B, May 16
"Finding your inner artists" [continuing education], 2005:5M, May 1
"First day of classes approaches for new BPCC campus," 2005:1A, January 15
"Gov. pleased with college's efforts to develop work force" [BBCP], 2005:1B, April 7
"Grambling leader draws on historical triumphs" [Black History], 2005:1B, Feb. 16
"'Hold Me!' finds depth in the shallow end," 2005:6B, April 24
"'Hold Me!' set to open at BPCC," 2005:3D, April 19
"'Laundry and Bourbon Lone Star' set to open Friday on BPCC campus," 2005:3D, October 11
"Lessons in landing well," 2005:2B, Feb. 12
"'Love Letters' illustrates a romance of the mind," 2005:4B, April 16
"'Love Letters' strive for simplicity," 2005:3D, April 12
"More space at BPCC gives film cutting edge," 2005:2B, July 9
"More than twice as many cooks in BPCC kitchen this fall," 2005:2B, Sept. 10
"Paramedic course grows in scope," 2005:1A, January 29
"Program to teach 10 adults facing dyslexia how to read," 2005:2B, October 8
"Programs offered for dropouts," 2005:2B, May 7
"Providence House does business with a double bottom line," 2005:6B, Nov. 23
"Sampley resigns as BPCC baseball coach," 2005:1C, July 4
"Spanish class helps medical professionals communicate better," 2005:1A, June 27
"State of the culinary arts," 2005:1D, Feb. 16
"Student center to honor early BPCC champion"[Emmett E. Cope], 2005:2B, Nov. 29
"Students to train using SimBaby," 2005:2B, October 15
"Theater department to offer one-act plays," 2005:2D, Nov. 15
"Tickets available for upcoming plays," 2005:2B, April 2
"Tom Carleton," 2005:1A, January 23
Bossier Parish-Courthouse
"Courthouse improvements under way," 2005:3J, April 10
"Courthouse work to be completed in January," 2005:2B, Nov. 26
"Officials: Courthouse on track, on budget," 2005:2B, June 4
Bossier Parish-Jail
"Maximum security jail nears completion in Bossier Parish," 2005:1A, March 17
Bossier Parish-Library
"Bossier City prepares for 100th birthday," 2005:2B, Nov. 5
"Bossier libraries celebrate reading goals achieved," 2005:1B, July 22
"Branch celebrates remodeled library" [Aulds], 2005:1B, Dec. 12
"Display scares up Bossier's ghostly past," 2005:2B, October 15
"Librarian seeks willing students of Bossier history," 2005:1B, July 4
"Libraries seek women who made a difference," 2005:2B, April 23
"Library to host 'Hansel and Gretel'," 2005:2D, Sept. 20
"Move afoot to reclaim Rosenwald schools," 2005:1B, July 15
"Retiring library head an 'interesting guy," 2005:2B, Sept. 10
"South Bossier readers to wait longer for Aulds to reopen," 2005:1B, July 5
"Spring Art Outdoor Festival focuses on area youth," 2005:1B, April 11
Bossier Parish-Police Jury
"Benton residents fight modular homes in their neighborhood," 2005:1A, May 17
"Bossier City, parish are looking to school system for park funding," 2005:2B, Feb. 16
"Bossier jurors OK apartment zoning," 2005:1B, August 4
"Bossier Parish acts on Dumpster plan," 2005:2B, July 7
"Bossier Parish looks to clean up rural towns," 2005:1B, May 29
"Bossier Parish passes '06 budget that includes pay raises," 2005:5B, Dec. 8
"Bossier Police Jury approves sale of bonds to fund library projects," 2005:2B, Feb. 17
"Bossier Police Jury approves zoning change for park road," 2005:4B, March 3
"Bossier proposes new rules for modular homes," 2005:1B, October 7
"Center could bring 30 jobs to area," 2005:1B, October 22
"Developer denied further permits," 2005:1B, June 2
"Modular homes OK in Bossier with conditions," 2005:5A, Nov. 26
"Neighbors could have say before modulars move in," 2005:2B, August 6
"North Bossier Park comes in two sizes," 2005:2B, Dec. 17
"Officials want more accessible playground," 2005:2B, Feb. 5
"Parish offices see improvements," 2005:2B, June 25
"Police Jury approves traffic items," 2005:2B, May 5
"Police Jury lifts ban on modular homes," 2005:2B, July 9
"Police Jury seeks estimate for fixing campus tennis courts," 2005:1B, April 21
"Residents struggle with trash problem," 2005:2B, June 11
Bossier Parish-School Board
"Audit: Bossier school system in financially sound shape," 2005:1B, January 21
"Board addresses federal concerns," 2005:1A, Feb. 21
"Board approves costs for Plain Dealing track," 2005:1B, July 25
"Board approves paraprofessional salary step increases," 2005:4B, June 17
"Board begins master plan setup," 2005:1A, May 11
"Board: Bossier schools to end one day earlier," 2005:3B, April 27
"Board is second job for Griggs," 2005:2B, June 18
"Board member moves from crude to Crisco," 2005:2B, April 30
"Board nears resolution of hiring issue," 2005:8B, June 18
"Board OKs bid for new wing at Airline High," 2005:2B, Nov. 19
"Board OKs pay raise," 2005:4B, April 8
"Board to consider bids for school buses, track," 2005:2B, Nov. 2
"Bossier Board and parents settle religious suit," 2005:1A, August 13
"Bossier Board committee begins planning long-range goals," 2005:6B, Feb. 13
"Bossier City, school system to repair fields," 2005:1B, May 4
"Bossier defines possible sites of new schools," 2005:1B, Dec. 14
"Bossier delays decisions on surgery, bus driver pay," 2005:1B, March 18
"Bossier grants pay raise, bonus," 2005:1B, August 19
"Bossier may put fences at 2 schools," 2005:1B, Sept. 15
"Bossier names two principals and awards five contracts," 2005:1B, May 20
"Bossier panel OKs raises for school bus drivers," 2005:1B, April 6
"Bossier Parish adds 2 teachers to Achievement Center," 2005:1B, May 8
"Bossier Parish schools are hiring 19 teachers" [Katrina], 2005:1B, Sept. 13
"Bossier paying more for buses for field trips," 2005:1A, October 27
"Bossier replacing older school buses," 2005:1A, May 23
"Bossier residents to receive updates on school projects," 2005:1B, August 21
"Bossier School Board hires 3 managers," 2005:1B, July 22
"Bossier School Board refinancing '96 bonds," 2005:1B, January 7
"Bossier school district budget creates 24 jobs," 2005:1B, August 5
"Bossier school system moves to expand foreign-language options," 2005:1B, May 8
"Bossier schools may add positions," 2005:1A, May 30
"Bossier schools to close on bonds," 2005:1B, March 28
"Caring for children is a career for Simison," 2005:2B, June 25
"Discussion sparks war of words," 2005:1B, April 22
"For Mack Knotts, education, insurance is all in the family," 2005:2B, May 28
"For School Board member community counts," 2005:2B, April 16
"Insurance update comes amid employee confusion," 2005:1B, Feb. 17
"J. W. Slack is the bailiff on board," 2005:2B, May 21
"Panel OKs school track on Plain Dealing campus," 2005:1A, April 14
"Plain Dealing closer to getting program" [Pre-GED], 2005:2B, June 25
"Prayer outlawed at board meetings," 2005:1A, Feb. 26
"Ruling prompts emphasis on prayer," 2005:1A, March 2
"Salaries top School Board's to-do list," 2005:1B, April 5
"School Board approves architects for new schools, other projects," 2005:1B, June 8
"School Board awards scholarships," 2005:2B, May 14
"School Board member remembered as popular radio DJ," 2005:2B, April 23
"School Board president is oil land man, newlywed," 2005:2B, May 7
"Summer to bring projects for Bossier schools," 2005:1A, May 2
"They call him 'Col. Finck'" [George Finck], 2005:2B, May 14
"Two Bossier board members to be reprimanded," 2005:1A, April 21
Bossier Parish-Schools
"Benton High students create engineering club," 2005:1B, Dec. 11
"Board will start collecting money from sales tax," 2005:3A, January 1
"Bossier acts to fix counseling equipment," 2005:2B, May 7
"Bossier celebrates history, diversity," 2005:2B, Feb. 26
"Bossier debate teams to compete in Harvard University tournament," 2005:2B, January 22
"Bossier eighth-graders fare worse on LEAP-21," 2005:2A, May 13
"Bossier facilities save $1M," 2005:1B, March 7
"Bossier High names wing after ex-principal," 2005:1B, January 9
"Bossier high schools plan to stage patriotic musical," 2005:2B, April 15
"Bossier High to celebrate inclusion in historic register," 2005:2B, October 20
"Bossier Parish plans to alleviate classroom crowding," 2005:2K, April 17
"Bossier schools face obstacles bridging performance gap," 2005:1A, Dec. 16
"Bossier schools shuffle staff, students," 2005:2B, August 27
"Bossier schools take on new curriculum," 2005:1A, August 22
"Bossier students heading back to class, work," 2005:1A, August 10
"Bossier teacher dons camouflage after hurricane" [Sheryl Vowell], 2005:1A, October 2
"Bossier teachers enliven projects with mini-grants," 2005:1B, October 2
"Communication means fewer surprises on report card day," 2005:1A, October 21
"Cope Middle School drug and alcohol program traveling to other schools," 2005:1B, Feb. 8
"Curtis Elementary says goodbye to principal after 20 Years" [Sue Merritt-Hines], 2005:2B, May 21
"Drive for education brings Nigerian to Bossier schools," 2005:2B, Feb. 26
"Education officials expected to announce locations of new schools this month," 2005:2B, Dec. 3
"Grant to open door to classical music," 2005:1B, August 28
"Justice Department questions usage of space at schools," 2005:1A, March 21
"Justice Department reviews school transfer contracts," 2005:1A, Dec. 4
"Lindas' to serve at two elementary schools" [Savell; Brian], 2005:2B, June 11
"Louisiana honors 14 Bossier schools," 2005:2B, Feb. 26
"Money goes to improve school programs," 2005:2B, January 29
"More Bossier classrooms do better over last year," 2005:1A, Nov. 4
"More personnel needed in Bossier schools," 2005:1B, July 12
"New classrooms in place at three Bossier schools," 2005:1B, July 7
"New wing to ease crowding at Airline High," 2005:2B, Nov. 5
"Permanent walls being built at Bellaire," 2005:2B, June 4
"Principals excited about next school year," 2005:2B, May 28
"School districts see higher rankings," 2005:1A, March 4
"Software to keep students from 'accidental plagiarism'," 2005:1B, Feb. 27
"State test scores end months of study, waiting," 2005:1A, May 13
"Students, principals given top parish honors," 2005:2B, March 19
"Technical school to offer EMT class," 2005:1B, April 28
"Technology gives teaching a boost," 2005:1A, Feb. 25
"Three Bossier schools receive technology grants," 2005:2A, May 25
Bossier Parish-Sheriff's Office
"Authorities: Crime is up in Bossier RV park," 2005:4A, Dec. 16
"Bossier Parish grows; overall crime drops," 2005:1B, January 13
"Inmates save parish money with farming," 2005:1B, June 20
"Program safeguards Alzheimer's patients," 2005:1B, Nov. 9
Bossier-Shreveport Battle Wings
"ArenaCup plans taking shape," 2005:1C, June 16
"Battle Wings kicker eager to juggle work, fatherhood," 2005:1C, April 1
"Battle Wings part of record scoring game," 2005:6C, April 29
"Battle Wings season in review," 2005:1C, August 2
"Battle Wings set sights on 2006," 2005:1C, July 22
"Battle Wings to take on Dusters in Amarillo," 2005:3C, June 25
"Bossier City lands af2 championship," 2005:1C, April 3
"Rawls rejoins Wings," 2005:1C, April 27
"Wings add former Tech quarterback," 2005:1C, April 21
"Wings finalize their roster," 2005:2C, March 29
"Wings get new QB," 2005:1C, April 20
"Wings set to host league's best," 2005:3C, May 14
"Wings still in playoff picture," 2005:3C, June 224
"Wings stun af2's top team," 2005:2C, May 15
"Wings stunned, 53-51," 2005:1C, July 24
Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs
"2005 President's Cup playoff preview," 2005:1C, March 24
"Buck forced into fray," 2005:1C, March 31
"Bugs clinch division title," 2005:1C, March 11
"Bugs live to play again" [CHL semifinals], 2005:1C, April 5
"Bugs make deal with NHL team," 2005:1C, October 4
"Bugs nip Bucks," 2005:1C, January 29
"Carroll's absence casts a shadow for Bugs," 2005:1C, Nov. 10
"CHL socks it to coaches," 2005:1C, March 30
"Ex-Bug Blair leads Colorado to victory," 2005:3C, Nov. 27
"Hockey coach works with companies to build teamwork," 2005:8B, August 25
"Laforest faces program he built," 2005:10C, October 23
"Laredo showdown will draw record crowd," 2005:1A, January 28
"MacPherson: 'Leaving on my terms'," 2005:1C, July 27
"Mudbug had to earn teammates' respect" [Brett Smith], 2005:1C, January 27
"Mudbugs bid for 2007 CHL All-Star Game," 2005:1C, Dec. 15
"Mudbugs coach eyes Stanley Cup," 2005:1C, Dec. 22
"Mudbugs concerned with improving, not just victories," 2005:1C, Dec. 16
"Mudbugs Dan Wildfong enjoys MVP-caliber season," 2005:1C, Feb. 11
"Mudbugs find secret in fickle sports town," 2005:1C, January 31
"Mudbugs finish off Fort Worth," 2005:1C, Dec. 18
"Mudbugs midseason report," 2005:1C, January 14
"Mudbugs' season is in limbo," 2005:1C, September 4
"Mudbugs' skid is history," 2005:1C, Nov. 16
"Mudbugs, Thunder set for Round 4 of playoff," 2005:1C, April 1
"Muscutt ejected as Mudbugs fall," 2005:5C, Feb. 20
"Muscutt: 'We made a stand'", 2005:1C, March 29
"Muscutt's return to bench put on hold," 2005:4C, Nov. 3
"New rules, Bugs roster could facilitate wide-open play," 2005:1C, October 20
"Northern conference semifinals," 2005:4C, March 26
"Old-time hockey invades Mudbugs-Thunder playoff series," 2005:1C, March 28
"Pooch Party brings dogs and 'Bugs together," 2005:1B, Feb. 21
"President's cup playoffs," 2005:1C, March 25
"Start of season likely 'special'," 2005:1C, October 21
"Super fans," 2005:12E, October 21
"Team frustrated despite first place stature," 2005:1C, Nov. 22
"They're Back!" [Laredo], 2005:11C, January 28
"Wildfong strikes again," 2005:3C, Feb. 26
Boy Scouts
"Badge of Honor" [Eagle Scout], 2005:1B, May 23
BPAR
"Bossier City parks director resigns," 2005:1B, July 14
"Varied field seeks city sports post," 2005:2B, August 20
Bradshaw, Terry
"Alma mater welcomes Bradshaw during road-naming ceremony," 2005:3A, Nov. 10
"Bradshaw reflects on his time at La. Tech," 2005:1C, August 23
"Inner Loop renamed for Shreveport football star," 2005:4B, Nov. 9
"Supporting the home team," 2005:1A, Nov. 10
Bridges
"Barksdale-Broadmoor Bridge is tumbling down," 2005:1B, Dec. 31
"New bridge to impact Logansport business," 2005:1B, October 26
"Repairs on Texas Street bridge may be completed on schedule," 2004:4B, January 12
"Residents stoke fire to replace bridge" [Jimmie Davis], 2005:1B, July 10
"South Bossier residents rally for new Jimmie Davis Bridge," 2005:1A, July 12
"Traffic hassles kept to minimum on bridge project" [Shreveport-Barksdale], 2005:1A, Nov. 28
Broadmoor
"Broadmoor church founding pastor dies at 90" [George Pearce], 2005:2B, Feb. 23
"Majority of Broadmoor residents don't want parade route changed," 2005:1A, Feb. 23
"Rebuilding Broadmoor shopping center," 2005:1A, Aug. 1
"Rev. Pearce's obituary," 2005:3B, Feb. 24
Broadmoor Baptist Church
"Church to celebrate its 75th anniversary," 2005:3B, Feb. 26
Brock, Eric
"Local author tells history through postcards," 2005:1D, Feb. 15
Brooks, Jerry Tim
"Local course named for late golfer," 2005:1B, July 10
"Renamed course to honor ardent golfer, educator," 2005:1B, July 5
Burrell, Rep. Roy
"Grants given through state official's office," 2005:3B, October 17
Burton, James
"Guitar festival to rock town," 2005:12E, August 19
"Guitar lovers set up shop," 2005:1B, August 19
"James Burton says festival 'was a complete blessing'," 2005:2B, August 23
"Musicians rock festival, city onstage & backstage," 2005:1A, August 21
"Visitors from across nation attend guitar festival trade show," 2005:1B, August 20
Bush, President George
"Bush builds support plan," 2005:1A, March 12
"Bush to arrive today," 2005:1A, March 11
"Bush visit creates buzz," 2005:1A, March 4
"City preps for Bush," 2005:1A, March 9
"President to visit Shreveport," 2005:1A, March 3
"Privatization a 'political hot button," 2005:1A, March 13
Business Hall of Fame
"Leaders inducted into Hall of Fame" [Gaffney, Smith, Woods], 2005:8B, Sept. 15
Byrd High School
"Alumnus to market school CD at reunion," 2005:1B, June 25

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Caddo Community Action Agency
"Agency buys Holy Rosary Catholic Church to reach more youths," 2005:1B, August 5
Caddo Correctional Center
"Inmate evacuees arrive in area," 2005:5B, September 2
"Number of women in prison gaining on number of men," 2005:1A, January 2
"Officials hope to end jail funding feud today," 2005:1B, Nov. 3
"Parish, sheriff resolve nearly 4-year dispute," 2005:1B, Nov. 4
Caddo Parish
"Authorities wonder if skull was put at site," 2005:1B, Nov. 3
"Bossier, Caddo begin spraying for mosquitoes," 2005:1B, May 29
"Caddo, Webster ban outdoor burning," 20051A, June 30
"Deputy coroner gets notice of termination" [Lisa Hayes], 2005:1B, October 25
"DEQ: No negative impact from landfill," 2005:1B, October 1
"Election reform heading to a precinct near you," 2005:2A, June 7
"Grand juries to address coroner's office issues," 2005:1A, October13
"Interim coroner: It's all about attitude," 2005:1A, October 8
"McFarland named interim coroner for Caddo Parish," 2005:1B, October 1
"New local homeowners can still qualify for homestead exemption," 2005:1A, Dec. 2
"North Caddo duo get into shrimp farming," 2005:6B, October 19
"Registrar to address election concerns," 2005:1B, October 25
"Researchers can scan some Caddo public records online," 2005:1B, July 31
"State seeks bids for veterans cemetery," 2005:1B, June 22
Caddo-Bossier Port Commission
"Caddo-Bossier Port board revamp killed," 2005:2B, June 21
"Hightower postpones appointing commission," 2005:1B, June 15
"Power shifts in port group selection," 2005:1B, June 7
"Probe targets city loan program," 2005:1A, Feb. 13
Caddo-Juvenile Justice Complex
"Solution in sight for parking woes," 2005:1B, Feb. 5
Caddo-Magnet High School
"Magnet student wins Law Day contest," 2005:4B, April 30
"Monument resurrects memories of a school" [Valencia], 2005:1B, Nov. 13
CadParish-Commission
"Animal control law OK'd despite opposition," 2005:1B, Sept.23
"Caddo administrator feels he'll leave legacy despite controversy," 2005:1A, April 4
"Caddo explores combining 2 departments, eliminating post," 2005:2B, August 5
"Caddo hires legal help to defend dismissal," 2005:1B, May 3
"Caddo Juvenile Court facing funding crisis," 2005:1A, Nov. 16
"Caddo offers discount prescription program," 2005:1A, Dec. 12
"Caddo overturns proposal for tighter control of landfills," 2005:1A, May 20
"Caddo panel to name interim coroner today," 2005:1A, Sept. 30
"Caddo Parish, sheriff head back to court," 2005:4B, March 2
"Caddo proposal seeks tighter parish control over landfills," 2005:1A, May 18
"Caddo to check evacuees' histories," 2005:1A, Dec. 16
"Commission catches heat over Hawaii trip," 2005:1A, July 15
"Commission majority supports Hanna," 2005:2A, March 30
"Commission places moratorium on trailers," 2005:1A, Nov. 18
"Commission rejects Prator's peace offer," 2005:1A, January 29
"Commission takes no action on jail issue," 2005:4B, May 10
"Commission: Who will pay to enforce animal ordinance?", 2005:1B, August 16
"Commissioner and councilman plan town hall meeting" [District 6], 2005:1B, August 7
"Commissioner hopes to put teeth into animal control laws," 2005:1A, March 31
"Commissioner pays for trip after criticism," 2005:1A, July 28
"Commissioners receive parish's animal ordinance draft," 2005:2B, August 2
"Committee looks to tighten leash on animal ordinances," 2005:1A, June 224
"Coroner's investigator quits post," 2005:1A, October 1
"Decision clears way for truck stop," 2005:1B, April 28
"Dirt pit permit denied," 2005:6B, January 7
"Dispute between Caddo Commission, sheriff still unresolved," 2005:1B, July 8
"FEMA shies from venting sessions" [trailers], 2005:1A, Nov. 4
"Hanna loses parish vehicle," 2005:1A, April 5
"Hanna reprimanded," 2005:1A, March 29
"Housing answers become clearer for Katrina evacuees," 2005:1A, Dec. 18
"Jail funding feud cost about $80K," 2005:1B, Nov. 12
"Meeting with landfill developer canceled" [Twelve Mile Bayou], 2005:1B, March 24
"Minister calls for probe of brutality complaint," 2005:1A, Nov. 15
"N. Market truck stop is headed for appeal," 2005:6B, October 26
"No compromise between commission and Prator," 2005:2B, August 25
"Officials hope to end jail funding feud today," 2005:1B, Nov. 3
"Parish, sheriff resolve nearly 4-year dispute," 2005:1B, Nov. 4
"Proposed changes to animal control laws gain support," 2005:1A, August 22
"Sheriff prevails in appeal," 2005:1A, May 6
"Sheriff, Caddo may settle feud," 2005:1B, April 28
"Sheriff, parish head for showdown today" [Caddo Correctional Center], 2005:1A, August 24
"Steelscape not denied tax rebate, Caddo says," 2005:1A, August 19
CadParish-Coroner's Office
"Caddo looks for funds to establish morgue," 2005:1A, Nov. 2
"Caddo Parish coroner starts consultancy," 2005:1A, January 17
"Death of coroner unearths backlog," 2005:1A, October 30
"Forensics lab offered to parishes for $500K," 2005:1A, Nov. 4
"Frozen accounts cause problems for coroner," 2005:1A, Dec. 29
CadParish-Juvenile Center
"Caddo judenile detention center houses evacuees," 2005:1B, Sept. 19
"Summit fights rise in number of teen girls in detention," 2005:1B, July 31
CadParish-School Board
"Admissions case may be reheard" [Caddo Middle Magnet], 2005:1B, March 8
"Board adjusts magnet policy," 2005:1A, April 6
"Board approves goals for2005-06," 2005:1A, Dec. 21
"Board changes legal services structure," 2005:1B, January 19
"Board considers ending semester before Christmas," 2005:1B, January 16
"Board may add test program at schools," 2005:1B, Sept. 20
"Board to depend on written proposals when picking attorneys," 2005:2B, January 5
"Board to discuss budget, accountability at retreat," 2005:1B, March 10
"Board to mull lawsuit outcomes," 2005:1B, Dec. 3
"Board to take up magnet policies," 2005:1B, Sept. 19
"Caddo approves plan to overhaul Bethune," 2005:5A, Dec. 21
"Caddo gives teachers a $500 raise," 2005:1B, July 22
"Caddo may overhaul freshman program at Fair Park High," 2005:1A, Feb. 27
"Caddo officials sift through school transfer requests," 2005:1A, August 24
"Caddo OKs plan to help teachers" [South Highlands], 2005:1A, June 22
"Caddo opens applications period for elementary magnet schools," 2005:1A, Nov. 2
"Caddo panel to decide what to improve next," 2005:1B, January 6
"Caddo School Board weighs local testing policy," 2005:1A, October 5
"Caddo school bus rental rates rise," 2005:1B, July 24
"Caddo school worker wants board to change time-off policy," 2005:1B, May 4
"Caddo schools promotion policy details to come in January," 2005:1A, October 18
"Caddo still pinching pennies," 2005:1B, March 13
"Caddo superintendent recaps progress toward goals," 2005:2B, August 17
"Caddo to consult attorney about Magnet policy ruling," 2005:4B, March 3
"Caddo to limit sports travel to district events," 2005:1A, April 21
"Caddo to use AEP-SWEPCO donation to buy uniforms" [Katrina], 2005:2B, September 9
"Caddo: Schiller must pay $5,147," 2005:1B, Feb. 4
"Claiborne Elementary, Fair Park principals named," 2005:2B, June 22
"Extension of superintendent's contract proposed," 2005:1B, May 13
"Former coach reassigned to post at Caddo Central Office," 2005:1B, September 9
"Group of Caddo school workers seeks benefits," 2005:1A, July 9
"Land stays in school system inventory," 2005:1B, January 24
"Lawsuit tests criterion of best campuses," 2005:1A, October 13
"Magnet admissions plan based only on test scores," 2005:1B, August 25
"Magnet school admissions policy still deliberated," 2005:1A, August 19
"New magnet policies approved," 2005:1B, Sept. 21
"New math books focus on thinking skills, links to other subjects," 2005:1B, March 16
"Officials revise phone policy after complaints," 2005:1B, October 26
"Oil City won't get 7th, 8th grades back," 2005:1B, April 22
"Panel grapples with permanent magnet admissions plan for Caddo," 2005:1A, August 3
"Paperless agenda would cost more for School Board," 2005:1A, May 14
"Plan for Bethune school up for vote," 2005:1A, Dec. 19
"Prayer outlawed at board meetings," 2005:1A, Feb. 26
"President proposes board move to paperless system," 2005:1A, January 17
"Protesters support Caddo custodian," 2005:1B, October 19
"Report to look at schools' spending," 2005:1A, May 19
"Ruling prompts emphasis on prayer," 2005:1A, March 2
"School Board members discuss getting along," 2005:1B, March 12
"School Board OKs $30M budget," 2005:1B, May 18
"School Board weighs Bethune plans," 2005:1A, Dec. 7
"School gym plan back on drawing board" [Northwood High], 2005:1B, Sept.23
"School officials say stops in high-traffic areas are rare," 2005:1A, May 9
"Schools budget proposal throws up few questions," 2005:1B, April 26
"Semester to end before Christmas in 2005-06," 2005:1B, Feb. 21
"Spending with minority businesses increases," 2005:1B, March 2
"Superintendent launches review of attendance zone policies," 2004:1A, January 12
"System seeks growth in 2005," 2005:1A, January 1
"Tinted bus windows darken safety issue," 2005:1B, March 10
"Town want school back" [Oil City], 2005:1B, Feb. 16
"Walnut Hill gym up for funding," 2005:1B, Nov. 14
CadParish-Schools
"$6.6M on technology," 2005:1A, May 25
"3 to be inducted into Circle of Honor" [Capt. Shreve], 2005:2B, October 16
"5th Circuit rules against school's admissions policy" [Caddo Middle Magnet], 2005:1B, March 2
"A head above the rest" [Westwood Elementary], 2005:1B, June 8
"A party with games....Dr. Seuss's birthday" [Eden Gardens], 2005:1B, March 3
"Area schools coping with more students after storms," 2005:1A, October 10
"Area students to chart a guide to the galaxy," 2005:1A, May 31
"Arthur Circle Elementary to mark 50 years," 2005:5B, October 20
"Back to school," 2005:SS, July 31
"Bethune tutoring participation soars," 2005:1B, January 27
"BizCamp teaches teens entrepreneurial skills," 2005:1I, Feb. 27
"Bomb threats interrupt schools" [Southwood], 2005:1B, Nov. 9
"Bomb threats target 3 Caddo schools," 2005:1A, Nov. 5
"Breakeven analysis and market research," 2005:1I, July 10
"BTW to offer new classes," 2005:1B, May 31
"Caddo alternative programs process gets simplified," 2005:1B, August 4
"Caddo begins improvements," 2005:1K, April 17
"Caddo gains in state testing," 2005:1A, Nov. 4
"Caddo Head Start fair helps stress importance of reading," 2005:1B, April 15
"Caddo Parish school employees to pay higher insurance premiums," 2005:4B, Dec. 4
"Caddo schools perform strongly," 2005:1A, July 27
"Caddo schools receive $1M federal grant," 2005:1B, October 8
"Caddo schools' spending with minority firms lagging," 2005:4B, October 6
"Caddo schools, SUSLA to partner in aviation program," 2005:1B, April 10
"Caddo teachers to get phones in classrooms," 2005:1B, Sept. 17
"Caddo to outline plans for 15 schools," 2005:1B, August 6
"Caddo to start replacing window units," 2005:1B, Feb. 13
"Capt. Shreve students to study flora, fauna of bayou," 2005:1B, July 3
"Changes on the horizon for Bethune Middle School," 2005:1B, June 8
"Communication means fewer surprises on report card day," 2005:1A, October 21
"Computerized testing to help place freshmen" [Fair Park], 2005:1B, August 2
"Enrollment declines by nearly 900 in 1 year," 2005:1A, January 22
"Fighting students get 2nd chance in Caddo," 2005:1A, August 17
"Four Caddo schools to receive improved playground equipment," 2005:1B, April 25
"Grant to open door to classical music," 2005:1B, August 28
"Green Oaks quintet travels to compete in national show," 2005:1B, October 24
"Hamilton Terrace uses video to encourage writing," 2005:1B, October 25
"Hometown heroes get help from Woodlawn," 2005:1B, May 9
"Huntington and LSUS partner on magnet program," 2005:1B, Nov. 17
"Jump students face hurdles head-on" [Fair Park], 2005:1A, Nov. 28
"La. to grant waivers to three improving schools in Caddo," 2005:3A, August 4
"Local advances to finals of national spelling bee" [Amanda Foy], 2005:1A, June 2
"Local youth orchestra to perform in Reno" [Caddo Magnet], 2005:2D, Feb. 22
"Magnet admissions opens with key changes," 2005:1B, October 8
"Monument resurrects memories of a school" [Caddo Magnet High(Valencia Jr.High)], 2005:1B, Nov. 13
"New biotech magnet to offer college credit," 2005:1A, October 11
"New Caddo program puts potential dropouts to work" [Hamilton Terrace], 2005:1A, January 28
"Parent center planned at school" [Ingersoll], 2005:1B, Dec. 7
"Parents, students prepare for change," 2005:1A, August 15
"Plans move forward for school's new wing" [Westwood], 2005:1B, Nov. 16
"Pressure builds for students facing standardized testing," 2005:1A, Feb. 24
"Program earns national certification" [Caddo Career Center], 2005:1B, Nov. 16
"Program may help revive Broadmoor Middle School," 2005:1A, May 4
"Ridgewood closed after Sunday blaze," 2005:1A, October 24
"Rita causes little damage to schools," 2005:1B, Sept. 27
"Robotics classes help students hone problem-solving skills," 2005:1A, Dec. 3
"School Board weighs Bethune plans," 2005:1A, Dec. 7
"School districts see higher rankings," 2005:1A, March 4
"School library offerings now on Internet," 2005:1B, January 15
"School projects ahead of schedule in Caddo", 2005:1A, July 18
"Schools face highs, lows" [budget], 2005:1A, Feb. 23
"Shreveport speller stumbles in 6th round of national bee," 2005:1A, June 3
"State test scores end months of study, waiting," 2005:1A, May 13
"The bell rings for Richard Hawkins," 2005:1D, June 12
"Title I funding provides Caddo campuses with extras," 2005:1A, April 30
CadParish-Sheriff's Office
"Caddo deputy accused of having sex with inmate," 2005:2B, October13
"Caddo parish sees an increase in female deputies," 2005:1A, March 28
"Caddo Parish, sheriff head back to court," 2005:4B, March 2
"Caddo sheriff begins efforts to build Safety Town," 2005:1B, Nov. 4
"Caddo sheriff nabs robbery suspect," 2005:1A, June 17
"Caddo wants reimbursement for nonparish prisoner costs," 2005:1A, July 21
"Camp helps youths develop 'positive relationships," 2005:1B, June 15
"Commission rejects Prator's peace offer," 2005:1A, January 29
"Crime in Caddo down by 6 percent," 2005:1B, January 19
"Expansions are big plans for new year," 2005:3A, January 1
"No compromise between commission and Prator," 2005:2B, August 25
"Officials hope to end jail funding feud today," 2005:1B, Nov. 3
"Parish, sheriff resolve nearly 4-year dispute," 2005:1B, Nov. 4
"Probe targets city loan program," 2005:1A, Feb. 13
"Sheriff prevails in appeal," 2005:1A, May 6
"Sheriff proposes end to jail dispute," 2005:1B, August 26
"Sheriff to publicize warrant violators," 2005:1B, May 17
"Sheriff's office looking for a few older recruits," 2005:1A, January 18
"Sheriff, parish head for showdown today" [Caddo Correctional Center], 2005:1A, August 24
"Time to resolve warrants ends at noon today," 2005:1B, May 19
"Youth camp teaches firearms, water safety," 2005:1B, June 30
Cardin, Clif
"'Dear Diary' a boon for area historians," 2005:1B, Feb. 28
Castor, La.
"Castor residents hope to restore part of village's history," 2005:1B, October 30
Catholic Church
"13 priests move in latest shuffle," 2005:1B, April 26
"Called and responding," 2005:1A, August 15
"Catholic Church expects changes," 2005:3A, January 1
"Changes could be in store for church," 2005:1A, Feb. 22
"Curtis Woods, local pastor, dies at 53," 2005:3B, April 26
"Diocese of Shreveport to ordain 18 to help energize parishes," 2005:1A, May 7
"Diocese planning to sell Holy Angels," 2005:1B, Dec. 13
"For area Catholics, John Paul II set high expectations," 2005:1A, April 18
"Justice Scalia to speak at Red Mass banquet," 2005:1A, April 6
"Local diocese to close 4 churches, reorganize 3," 2005:1A, March 2
"Local efforts bring movie about saint to Shreveport," 2005:1A, April 16
"Locals say new leader of church may surprise faithful," 2005:1A, April 20
"Nonpracticing Catholics invited home by area churches," 2005:1A, January 19
"Parishioners grieve news of closing" [Holy Rosary], 2005:1A, March 5
"Refugee baby boy baptized after Mass," 2005:1B, September 2
Cemeteries
"Care, research keep old burial ground tended" [Fullilove Cemetery], 2005:1B, August 8
"Cemetery flap escalates" [Forest Park], 2005:1A, June 23
"Cleanup at Forest Park sparks concerns," 2005:1A, May 31
"Erosion threatens cemetery" [Agudath Achim], 2005:1A, April 5
"Forest Park cleanup angers loved ones," 2005:1A, June 18
"Forest Park official apologizes," 2005:1A, June 20
"Forest Park to repeat Christmas illumination," 2005:1A, Dec. 6
"'General' a fake" [Forest Park], 2005:1A, August 8
"Ground-breaking set for veterans cemetery," 2005:1B, Nov. 21
"Insurance squabble postpones Forest Park cleanup," 2005:1A, Dec. 17
"Pioneer cemetery under scrutiny," 2005:1A, October 17
Census
"2000 Census shows figures close to 7,000," 2005:1A, May 1
"Hispanics finding their voice in area," 2005:1A, May 1
"'Minority' criticized as outdated as nation's demographics change," 2005:1A, August 19
Centenary College
"Area residents graduate from Centenary," 2005:2B, June 3
"Battle of the Bands set for Centenary," 2005:4D, Feb. 12
"Blackfriars brings Shakespeare to Centenary," 2005:2D, Sept. 20
"Carnival opens Halloween season," 2005:1B, October 10
"Centenary Choir to sing at White House," 2005:2D, Nov. 8
"Centenary choir to sing in Notre Dame Cathedral," 2005:1B, April 9
"Centenary College plans to power up radio station," 2005:1B, May 9
"Centenary Film Society spring schedule," 2005:1D, January 25
"Centenary men's coach resigns," 2005:1A, March 2
"Centenary student on USA Today team" [Kelsey Bellamy Johnson], 2005:1A, Feb. 17
"Centenary to get $1M from Congress," 2005:1A, Nov. 19
"Centenary to hold Battle of the Bands," 2005:5E, Feb. 18
"College mourns player" [Chad Maclies], 2005:1C, May 5
"College to add theology courses," 2005:1B, May 9
"College's 50-year-old Honor Court updating constitution," 2005:1A, March 3
"'Faces of Centenary' exhibit set to open," 2005:2D, Sept. 13
"Holocaust musical drama set at Centenary," 2005:2D, Feb. 15
"Hurley School of Music schedules auditions," 2005:2D, Feb. 15
"Kollege Kapers breathes life into jazz tradition," 2005:3D, April 5
"Lectures to focus on 200 year anniversary of Mormon founder," 2005:1B, October 22
"Novelist to be given Corrington Award," 2005:3D, Nov. 1
"String quartet set to 'rock' Centenary," 2005:3D, January 4
"Summer Band to kick off at shell," 2005:1D, June 7
"Summer course makes crime show a reality," 2005:1B, June 25
"The tug of a timbre" [Ruth Drummond], 2005:2E, October 7
"There's much to do about Shakespeare," 2005:5E, Sept. 16
"You have your diploma, now what?", 2005:6B, May 20
CenterPoint Energy
"Utility plans line across north La.", 2005:1B, October 29
CenturyTel Center
"ArenaCup to light up CenturyTel," 2005:4E, August 26
"Bossier opens shelter at CenturyTel Center," 2005:4B, September 4
"CenturyTel Center looks to build venue on its past success," 2005:2M, May 1
"Dragon Tales," 2005:13E, August 12
"Elton John concert postponed," 2005:4B, March 5
"Elton John's show," 2005:1B, March 3
"Extreme ice racing," 2005:12E, January 14
"Hornets, Heat to lay at CenturyTel," 2005:1A, January 31
"Hornets, Spurs thrill crowd at CenturyTel," 2005:1A, October 21
"Improvements to keep venue 'competitive'", 2005:2B, April 16
"It's smack time at CenturyTel" [WWE], 2005:1C, August 27
"TSO tailors Christmas to families, metal-heads," 2005:12E, Nov. 18
"Women of Faith expects to attract thousands," 2005:1B, April 1
Chappell, Anna
"Leading lady in local theater Anna Chappell dies at 79," 2005:3B, August 2
"Obituary," 2005:4B, August 7
Chimp Haven
"A chef's night to shine," 2005:1D, Sept. 14
"A playground for chimps," 2005:1A, October 28
"Chimp Haven set to start lecture series," 2005:2B, Feb. 17
"Chimp Haven," 2005:1D, October 28
"Hundreds attend opening of new chimpannzee habitat," 2005:3B, October 29
"Locals get a glimpse inside Chimp Haven," 2005:1B, March 20
"Thousands visit Champ Haven," 2005:1B, October 30
Christus Schumpert Health System
"Carnival raises money for children's hospital," 2005:1B, April 17
"Children's hospital gets help from small hands," 2005:1A, August 25
"Christus Schumpert battling bat problem," 2005:1A, Feb. 5
"Christus: Children's hospital back on track," 2005:1A, January 29
"First-time surgery in Shreveport set for today" [Artificial disc], 2004:1A, January 12
"For the children" [Sutton's Children's Hospital], 2005:1A, Feb. 20
"Hospital gets first surgeon for children," 2005:6B, August 4
"Hospitals full; EMS goes into 'overload,'" 2005:1A, Feb. 11
"New independent clinic part of growing medical trend," 2005:5I, March 13
"Nuns have spiritual, physical effect at Christus Schumpert," 2005:1A, Feb. 4
"Orthopedics center to open Monday," 2005:6B, March 12
"Pediatric surgeons hired for new effort" [Children's Hospital], 2005:6B, Feb. 25
"Pediatricians mull options on hospital," 2005:1A, January 28
"Ponthie to head children's hospital," 2005:8B, Feb. 18
"Second 'robot' debuts at Schumpert," 2005:6B, October 15
"Suttons take a swing at event for hospital's groundbreaking," 2005:4B, March 22
"Young patients 'drive' to surgery," 2005:6B, Nov. 18
Civil Rights
"Voting Rights Act: 40 years later," 2005:1A, August 6
Civil War
"Conflicts fuel passions of Bossier City couple" [Dellinger, John], 2005:1B, May 10
"'Dear Diary' a boon for area historians," 2005:1B, Feb. 28
"Doctors of law, medicine joins forces," 2005:1B, April 11
"Former prosecutor has love for the sea" [Civil War Roundtable: Randy Keene], 2005:2B, Nov. 28
"History group mulls leadership change," 2005:1B, October 11
"Local doctor to play role of history sleuth," 2005:1B, August 21
"New leadership graces history group," 2005:1B, Nov. 6
"Scholars determined to identify mystery soldier of Civil War," 2005:1B, August 28
Cochran, Johnnie
"Former Shreveporter Johnnie Cochran dies," 2005:1A, March 30
"Hundreds attend Cochran service," 2005:1A, April 9
"Local memorial service for Cochran set April 8," 2005:1B, April 1
"Locals say Cochran never forgot his home," 2005:2A, March 30
"Memories of Cochran are significant and lasting," 2005:1A, March 31
Community Services
"A united effort" [United Way], 2005:4B, August 29
"Agencies fund mobile unit to aid evacuees" [Community Foundation], 2005:1B, Nov. 29
"Agency to begin international adoptions" [VOA], 2005:2B, Feb. 17
"Boys and Girls clubs expect new building in 2006" [Salvation Army], 2005:1A, May 23
"Calendars help disabled artists gain confidence" [VOA], 2005:1A, Dec. 2
"Coats to be distributed today" [Goodwill Industries], 2005:1B, January 8
"Councils on aging start collecting fans for elderly," 2005:1B, May 27
"Donation to help feed homebound seniors" [Council on Aging], 2005:2B, June 25
"Free medical clinic opens at Faith United Methodist," 2005:1A, Feb. 21
"From homeless to leadership" [Community Renewal, Bonnie Moore], 2005:1A, May 29
"Goodwill announces annual fund-raiser," 2005:1B, July 15
"Group awards $636,680 to 23 nonprofits" [Community Foundation], 2005:4B, June 11
"Highland Center starts meals program," 2005:1B, April 18
"Landrieu promises help for Community Renewal," 2005:1B, March 1
"Large turnout expected for homeless outreach program" [Salvation Army], 2005:1B, Sept. 30
"Meal program feeds children" [David Raines Center], 2005:1B, June 6
"Organization recognizes two local agencies" [Goodwill; Volunteers for Youth], 2005:1B, Feb. 1
"Projects will benefit residents in name of former mayor" [Community Foundation], 2005:2B, June 15
"Rescue Mission makes up for grant," 2005:1A, January 25
"Rescue Mission prints cards to give panhandlers," 2005:1A, January 13
"S-B Community Renewal's Croquet Classic," 2005:1D, April 26
"Salvation Army benefit nets more than $4,000," 2005:1B, Feb. 5
"Service agencies get record grant from HUD," 2005:2A, January 27
"Shelter residents focus on helping the homeless" [Project Phoenix], 2005:1A, June 23
"Social service coalition counts homeless in area" [HOPE], 2005:1A, January 27
"Students pitch design ideas for center" [Community Renewal], 2005:1A, April 2
"United Way launches pacesetter campaign," 2005:1B, July 27
"United Way urges rural parishes to give more," 2005:1B, October 9
"United Way's 2004 drive exceeds '03 by 12%", 2005:2B, Feb. 24
"Work on new shelter under way" [Rescue Mission], 2005:1B, June 29
Coolspace
"Artspace opens Coolspace for local exhibits," 2005:1D, May 6
Cotton
"Blighted land" [Rita], 2005:8B, Sept. 29
"First bale auctioned," 2005:8B, Sept. 29
Cross Bayou
"Redevelopment concept," 2005:1I, October 16
Cross Lake
"Activity and safety concerns increase on Cross Lake," 2005:1B, June 2
"City takes legal steps to protect Cross Lake," 2005:1A, August 14
"Cross Lake benefits as city targets property violators," 2005:1A, October 30
"Hatchery keeps fish biting on Cross Lake," 2005:1A, July 4
"Oil spills under investigation in Cross Lake watershed," 2005:1A, January 14
"'Road House II' film crew focuses on Cross Lake," 2005:1A, October 27
"Study may answer city's water issues," 2005:1A, June 12
Cypress Lake
"Kayaking grows in popularity," 2005:8C, July 3

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Daughters of the Cross
"2 more vehicles seized in inquiry into alleged scam," 2005:4B, Nov. 4
"Accused con man faces new charges," 2005:1B, June 224
"Fraud suspect's possessions to be auctioned," 2005:1A, October 14
"Hayes pleads not guilty to new charges," 2005:3B, June 25
"Man pleads not guilty to conning local nuns," 2005:1A, June 9
"Man who conned nuns pleads guility," 2005:1A, Nov. 22
"Preying on the innocent," 2005:1A, June 5
"Sale of goods seized from alleged con man draws over $300,000," 2005:1B, Nov. 6
"Sister Mary Grace Lagana dies," 2005:3B, October 27
"Suspected con man faces more charges," 2005:1A, June 14
DDA
"Group kicks off downtown initiative" [$3M], 2005:1A, January 20
"Tipitina's aims to help local musicians grow," 2005:3B, April 12
Dement, Mayor George
"Bossier City projects will benefit residents in name of former mayor," 2005:2B, June 15
"Bossier's longtime mayor move out and on with his life," 2005:1A, June 26
"Dement to attend Carter commissioning" [USS Carter], 2005:2B, Feb. 12
"Old Glory flown in Iraq raised over Bossier City," 2005:1B, March 29
"Unlikely politician to leave lasting legacy in Bossier City," 2005:1A, March 6
"We have a good, happy ship in Bossier City," 2005:5I, March 6
DeSoto Parish
"Business to build in DeSoto Parish," 2005:6B, April 6
"Consultant: DeSoto 911 a 'disgrace,'" 2005:1B, August 5
"DA claims action was not legal" [Water District], 2005:1B, Feb. 6
"DeSoto is subject of state probe" [Police Jury], 2005:1B, July 8
"DeSoto moves ahead with its school building project," 2005:4B, January 20
"DeSoto police juror pays for gravel put on private lot," 2005:1B, April 6
"DeSoto Police Jury creates committee to study 911 system," 2005:2B, August 9
"DeSoto sheriff taps new chief deputy," 2005:2B, August 30
"DeSoto water system resolving deficiencies," 2005:1B, March 5
"DeSoto Waterworks addresses violations," 2005:1B, January 31
"DeSoto, Webster squeeze 2006 budget proposals," 2005:4B, Dec. 7
"Employees seek help to overcome layoffs," 2005:1B, August 11
"Former longtime DeSoto clerk of court dies at 81" [Wade Alvin Porter], 2005:4B, January 17
"Grand juror among 21 indicted," 2005:1B, August 24
"Group suggests changes in DeSoto 911 system," 2005:4B, October 5
"La. continues inquiry into DeSoto road department," 2005:1B, August 27
"Mansfield aldermen vote to fire code enforcement officer," 2005:1B, May 24
"Official vows to go after other police jurors," 2005:1A, Feb. 14
"Official's actions prompt probe," 2005:1A, Feb. 10
"Outcome of dragnet to be made public today," 2005:1B, August 22
"Police Jury official under fire in DeSoto," 2005:1A, Feb. 9
"School Board adjusts project specifications," 2005:4B, Sept. 15
"School bus driver fired," 2005:1B, June 25
"School upgrades for DeSoto, Webster," 2005:3K, April 17
"Sheriff has doubts about DeSoto 911 proposals," 2005:1B, Dec. 6
"Stonewall councilman resigns amid 3rd term," 2005:2B, August 17
"Storms blamed for higher project cost," 2005:1B, October 15
"Study of DeSoto's 911 system begins," 2005:1B, August 17
"Tax renewals fare well in Saturday's elections," 2005:1B, Nov. 13
"Tax renewals, vacant offices on 3 parish ballots Saturday," 2005:4B, October13
"Theater brings live shows to Grand Cane," 2005:1D, October 4
"Transfers, choice will mix up DeSoto's student population," 2005:1A, August 9
"Wireless duress system proposed for DeSoto courthouse," 2005:1B, June 7
Dlin, Norman
"Obituary," 2005:3B, July 19
"World-ranging professor, scholar dies," 2005:1B, July 18
Doctor's Hospital
"Longtime CEO retiring" [Charles Boyd], 2005:5B, January 11
Downtown Airport
"Council asked to intervene in airport dispute," 2005:1A, April 5
"Wings Over the Red II tears up skies," 2005:1B, April 10
Downtown Development Authority
"Annual trial of lights adds new features," 2005:1B, October 27
"DDA looks for new way to collect parking fines," 2005:1B, Nov. 2
"DDA takes steps to install turn signals along Texas Street," 2005:2B, Nov. 30
"Deal may have ties to Hustler," 2005:1A, January 7
"Development Authority OKs funding for James Burton statue," 2005:1B, June 1
"Group wants to preserve downtown Shreveport," 2005:1B, May 18
"Parking violators may face electronic meters, more fines," 2005:1A, June 6
"Redevelopment concept" [Cross Bayou], 2005:1I, October 16
Downtown Shreveport
"Attorney argues suit pits residents against city government," 2005: 1A, June 28
"City demolishes downtown building" [830 Texas Ave.], 2005:1B, June 11
"City property lease raises questions," 2005:1A, January 24
"City pushes for engineer's report on building" [830 Texas St.], 2005:2B, April 27
"City works to relocate Greyhound terminal," 2005:1B, July 18
"Deadline set for demolition of 830 Texas Ave.", 2005:1A, May 25
"Demolition hearing for downtown building put on hold," 2005:1B, June 15
"Developer plans to turn the Creswell into apartments," 2005:1A, Feb. 5
"Downtown nightclub to bring back old City Lights," 2005:6B, July 27
"Lawsuit contends misuse of tax dollars," 2005:1A, June 27
"Music co-op opening slated for Thursday," 2005:6B, June 25
"Officials push downtown plan," 2005:1J, April 10
"Partially collapsed building's fate will be decided today" [830 Texas Ave.], 2005:1B, May 26
"Roff collapses in downtown," 2005:1A, April 18
"Selber building donated to LSUMSC," 2005:1A, Feb. 5
"Standoff over building ends" [830 Texas Ave.], 2005:4B, May 28
"Texas Avenue property targeted for demolition," 2005:1A, June 1
"Touched by an artist," 2005:1B, August 18
"Upscales abodes" [Milam Place], 2005:6B, July 8
Duncan, Meredith
"Shreveport's Duncan stalks leader," 2005:2C, July 24

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East Bank Theatre
"Auditions held for 'A Christmas Story,'" 2005:2D, Sept. 27
"Director seeks actors for 'Miracle Worker," 2005:2D, August 30
"East Bank sells 'Christmas Story' short," 2005:4D, Dec. 3
"East Bank to stage 'Christmas Story," 2005:2D, Nov. 29
"EBT extends 'Last of the Red Hot Lovers,'" 2005:2D, Sept. 27
"EBT to hold auditions for 'The Miracle Worker,'" 2005:2D, August 16
"EBT's 25th season offers laughter, tears and toe tappers," 2005:2D, July 12
"Local theaters play to audience appetites," 2005:1D, August 23
"'Mousetrap' extends East Bank run," 2005:2D, Feb. 1
"'Mousetrap' snaps with tension, purpose," 2005:3B, January 23
"'Mousetrap' to open at East Bank Theatre," 2005:2D, January 18
"'Red Hot Lovers' to open at EBT," 2005:2D, Sept. 13
"Repertory theater group breathes life into history through vignettes," 2005:4D, June 1
"'Richard III' makes being bad look so good," 2005:4D, March 12
"'Richard III' tickets on sale Thursday," 2005:2D, Feb. 22
"'Richard III' will have fans hissing," 2005:3D, March 8
"Starry Night," 2005:1D, April 26
"'Starry Night' misses its mark," 2005:4B, May 1
Edwards, Edwin
"Edwards gears up for latest appeal," 2005:3B, Dec. 5
"Edwards lawyers say former governor, son deserve new trial," 2005:2B, Feb. 8
"Ex-Gov. Edwards is working on his biography," 2005:4B, April 16
"Ex-wife Candy is arrested," 2005:1B, June 19
"Formal charges pending against EWE's ex-wife," 2005:3B, August 28
Ekendahl, Carl
"Obituary," 2005:3B, Feb. 23
"Parishes mourn loss of prominent Shreveport attorney," 2005:2B, Feb. 23
Elections
"Bossier City candidates speak out at forum," 2005:1B, March 22
"Bossier City mayor to be elected today," 2005:1A, April 2
"Bossier City mayoral candidate stresses need for police oversight," 2005:1A, March 24
"Caddo Fire District 5 approves tax propositions," 2005:1B, January 16
"Caddo Fire District 5 voters face 2 proposals," 2005:1B, January 14
"Caddo school tax renewals could be on the 2005 ballot," 2005:1A, January 2
"Candidates line up for April 2 elections," 2005:3B, Feb. 13
"Clock ticking for Shreveport's mayor's race," 2005:1A, August 8
"Lo Walker draws one opponent," 2005:1B, Feb. 12
"Lo Walker elected Bossier City mayor by a landslide," 2005:1A, April 3
"Names emerging for secretary of state," 2005:1A, July 24
"Qualifying continues for April 2 elections," 2005:2B, Feb. 10
"Schools to seek renewal of taxes," 2005:1A, Nov. 18
"Storm damge threatens La.'s election system," 2005:1A, October 30
"Voters face sprinkling of elections Saturday," 2005:1B, March 31

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FAME
"Demolition hearing for downtown building put on hold," 2005:1B, June 15
"Entertaining idea," 2005:1A, July 4
Feist, Carroll Weiller
"Medical community loses quietly generous supporter," 2005:5B, July 31
"Obituary," 2005:3B, July 30
Ferguson, Joe
"Ferguson to receive af2 award," 2005:1C, August 18
Festivals
"Another move of God" [Franklin Graham], 2005:1A, Nov. 11
"Area celebrates freedom with music, family," 2005:1A, July 5
"Bibleman brings Scrptures to life" [Franklin Graham], 2005:1A, Nov. 13
"Black Arts Festival showcases diversity of culture," 2005:1B, July 11
"Festival about more than just preaching" [Franklin Graham], 2005:1B, Nov. 10
"Festivals are headliners for locals and out-of-towners," 2005:4M, May 1
"Franklin Graham," 2005:1A, Nov. 12
"Good Times Roll," 2005:12E, June 17
"'Graham festival' last day looks ahead," 2005:1A, Nov. 14
"Groups look to profit from Mudbug Madness," 2005:1A, May 23
"Heads or tails," 2005:12E, May 27
"Hot weather, cool music" [Good Times Roll], 2005:1B, June 19
"James Burton festival announces lineup," 2005: 1B, June 28
"Man's Mudbug Madness returns from Afghanistan," 2005:1A, July 27
"Mudbug Madness festival to open today," 2005:1B, May 26
"Mudbug Madness spurs feeding frenzy," 2005:1B, May 29
"New event will focus on cultural, folk expression" [Black Arts Festival], 2005: 1D, June 28
"Organizers call Graham Festival a success in many respects," 2005:1A, Nov. 18
"Positive impact" [Franklin Graham], 2005:8B, Nov. 11
"Sunflower festival will showcase blooming flowers," 2005:1D, June 20
Film Industry
"Filmmaker to host 'Outside Sales' premiere at LSUS," 2005:3D, Dec. 13
"It's Lights, Camera Action," 2005:1B, Nov. 10
"Movies hit home," 2005:12E, Dec. 9
"'The Guardian' set to make waves," 2005:1A, Dec. 3
"Theater troupe kicks off talent agency" [Academy of Children's Theatre], 2005:2D, Dec. 13
"Zeitgeist to screen Andy Warhol biography" [artspace], 2005:3D, Dec. 13
First Presbyterian Church
"Moderator challenges locals to think globally," 2005:1A, January 24
Flowers, Dale E. 'Buddy'
"Buddy Flowers, local radio legend, dies at 77," 2005:4B, July 28
"Obituary," 2005:3B, July 27
Fort Polk
"Fort Polk unit receives top honors for service," 2005:1A, January 3
"McCrery sees BAFB, Ft. Polk prospering during base realignment," 2005:5I, January 9
"Military steps up realism in training," 2005:4B, July 30
Foster, Mike
"Former governors ask for more oversight" [Katrina], 2005:3B, Sept. 15
Francis, Al
"Longtime artist, teacher dies at 78," 2005:2B, June 7
"Obituary," 2005:3B, June 8

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Gambling
"A winning hand," 2005:1I, May 29
"Black Diamond plan for casino includes $18M face-lift," 2005:5B, April 5
"Boarding fee deal unlawful," 2005:1A, January 8
"Bondholder makes final effort to buy Hollywood," 2005:6B, June 11
"Bossier wins new gaming revenues," 2005:1A, July 5
"Bright, new shiny machines at Hollywood," 2005:5B, May 17
"Casino loses appeal of tax assessment," 2005:1A, Sept. 22
"Casino market down in July," 2005:6B, August 17
"Casino undergoes changes" [Hollywood], 2005:1A, October 27
"Casino woes to be pushed at Legislature," 2005:1A, April 30
"Casinos coping after Katrina," 2005:8B, Sept. 15
"Casinos report lower revenues," 2005:6B, Sept. 14
"Casinos see a decrease in revenue," 2005:6B, June 21
"Casinos see drop in revenue," 2005:6B, July 20
"Casinos still seeing decreased revenues" [statistics], 2005:6B, March 16
"Court to hear casino dispute," 2005:1B, April 26
"Decision expected about rival reorganization plan for Hollywood casino," 2005:1B, April 15
"Eldorado gets OK to buy Hollywood," 2005:1A, July 20, June 20
"Expanded gaming in other states on minds of casinos," 2005:1A, March 26
"Former Harrah's general manager heads opening of Lake Charles," 2005:4B, April 30
"General manager resigns from Sam's Town Casino," 2005:6B, March 18
"Hollywood seeks approval of reorganization plan," 2005:6B, March 24
"Hollywood begins plan for settling lawsuits," 2005:6B, January 25
"Hollywood could have new owner by July," 2005:1A, April 25
"Hollywood creditor wants 2nd reorganization plan," 2005:6B, March 8
"Hollywood creditors choose Eldorado to buy local casino," 2005:1A, June 10
"Hollywood prepares for sale," 2005:1A, July 19
"Hollywood, Horseshoe look to add poker tables," 2005:1A, Feb. 15
"Horseshoe officials cut ribbon on poker room," 2005:6B, May 25
"Judge disallows 2nd plan for casino," 2005:1A, April 16
"Judge to choose Hollywood Casino's new owner today," 2005:3B, June 18
"La. leads nation in treating problem gamblers," 2005:2B, March 16
"Long-standing lawsuit to be appealed," 2005:4B, January 13
"Plaintiffs in lawsuits wait for answers," 2005:1A, March 28
"Players enjoy competing poker rooms," 2005:6B, April 22
"Poker tables approved for Horseshoe, Hollywood," 2005:6B, Feb. 16
"Riverboats report drop in revenue" [statistics], 2005:5B, April 19
"Riverboats see revenues slip," 2005:5B, May 17
"State: Cost to video poker operators was not considered," 2005:1B, June 16
"Video poker operators wait for central computer decision," 2005:6B, July 13
"Vitter, Jena Choctaws clash over gaming bill," 2005:2B, July 28
"Witness says Hollywood leader interested in Black Diamond deal," 2005:2B, June 14
General Motors
"Ailing GM may scale back generous health benefits," 2005:1A, June 224
"Building the Hummer," 2005:1I, April 17
"Computer glitch hits GM workers," 2005:1A, March 31
"Demand drives GM overtime," 2005:6B, August 26
"Details of GM health care cuts released," 2005:1B, October 21
"Extreme makeover," 2005:6B, April 29
"For Hummer owners, (engine) size dies matter," 2005:6B, June 8
"'Generous Motors' no more," 2005:1I, June 12
"GM employees get a second gym," 2005:6B, Nov. 12
"GM extends popular employee-pricing discount," 2005:6B, August 3
"GM invests $20M at local plant," 2005:6B, Nov. 4
"GM plans to reduce number of workers," 2005:4B, March 22
"GM plant garners 2 honors," 2005:5B, August 16
"GM plant to build new trucks," 2005:1A, June 12
"GM posts a loss for second quarter," 2005:8B, July 21
"GM sees highest sales month in 19 years," 2005:1A, July 2
"GM sees loss of $1.1B," 2005:1A, April 20
"GM shares drop to 17-year low," 2005:6B, April 16
"GM shares plummet after Delphi bankruptcy," 2005:5B, October 11
"GM shows high sales in June," 2005:6B, July 8
"GM supplier gets $500K for training," 2005:6B, January 26
"GM supplier having labor discussions," 2005:1A, Dec. 2
"GM supplier may not get training grant," 2005:1A, August 27
"GM suppliers raised the standard of living," 2005:3L, April 24
"GM to idle local plant for backlog of vehicles," 2005:6B, Feb. 17
"GM workers await word on health care cuts," 2005:1A, October 18
"GM's Solstice: grabbing attention," 2005:6B, June 23
"H3 not exactly practical, but makes a statement," 2005:6B, August 5
"H3 powering upward sales of all Hummers," 2005:5B, October 4
"H3s selling briskly locally," 2005:6B, August 5
"Hummer H3 recognized for 'Interior of the Year," 2005:6B, May 19
"Last-minute GM deal seekers find choices limited as offer nears end," 2005:1A, July 31
"Local GM plant begins making new Hummer H3," 2005:1A, April 19
"Local GM plant escapes cuts," 2005:1A, Nov. 22
"Local GM suppliers face woes," 2005:1A, May 19
"Local UAW members vote on GM deal," 2005:5B, Nov. 11
"Message for GM is clear: Get smaller of keep bleeding," 2005:6B, April 20
"New Hummer H3s make world debut at local dealership," 2005:1A, May 18
"Wagoner's future rides on GM fix," 2005:8B, June 9
"Workers at GM to pay more for health care," 2005:6B, Nov. 12
"Workers pin hopes on H3 as GM plans cuts," 2005:1A, June 8
"Workers to receive week of downtime," 2005:1A, January 15
Gilbert and Sullivan Society
"Auditions to be held for 'H.M.S. Pinafore,'" 2005:2D, January 4
"'Broadway Dreams' comes to Texas Street," 2005:2D, Sept. 20
"'Broadway Dreams' musical revue extended," 2005:4D, October 1
"Gilbert & Sullivan group sets season," 2005:2D, August 30
"Local theaters play to audience appetites," 2005:1D, August 23
"Theater group seeks cast, crew for 'Princess Ida,'" 2005:4D, Dec. 21
Grambling State University
"Audit cites former GSU officials in missing school funds," 2005:4B, May 24
"Blacks must fire back to save the black family, speaker says," 2005:2B, March 17
"Gambling to introduce new logo this week," 2005:4B, May 26
"GSU official says no logo at this time," 2005:1C, May 28
"New station may take to airwaves next week" [KBLK], 2005:1B, March 26
"Organizers push for June opening of museum exhibit," 2005:1B, April 11
"Robinson Museum exhibit set to open next week," 2005:1C, June 10
"Scholarship to honor Becky Lynn Tatum," 2005:1B, Feb. 2
"Student facility to get boost," 2005:4B, January 25
"The Gramblite wins another 'best of' honor," 2005:4B, March 9
Grand Cane
"Historic preservation bumpy in Grand Cane," 2005:1A, October 23
Greater Bossier Economic Development Foundation
"Economic foundation names new director," 2005:3B, April 12
Greenwood Cemetery
"Cemetery boosters ponder hereafter," 2005:1B, April 23
"Honoring the past," 2005:1D, April 16
"Vault company holds meeting in historic Greenwood Cemetery," 2005:2B, May 19
Greenwood, La.
"Former Greenwood alderman, deputy dies at 88," 2005:2B, July 26
"Greenwood doubles-up on Christmas lights," 2005:1B, Nov. 25
"Greenwood is ready to boom," 2005:1I, July 17
"Mayor hits a high note in Greenwood" [Ernest Lampkins], 2005:1A, Sept. 22
"Tax renewals fare well in Saturday's elections," 2005:1B, Nov. 13

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Harris, Jo Anne Austin
"Longtime media professional and art critic dies at 74," 2005:3B, Feb. 22
"Obituary," 2005:3B, Feb. 22
Hibernia National Bank
"Capital One to pay about $5.35B for Hibernia," 2005:6B, March 8
"Hibernia makes changes," 2005:6B, Dec. 22
"Hibernia shareholders OK merger; layoffs expected," 2005:6B, August 4
Hightower, Mayor Keith
"Analysis indicates hotel risky for city," 2005:1A, January 20
"Attorney argues suit pits residents against city government," 2005: 1A, June 28
"Budget takes a hit for fire pensions," 2005:1A, Feb. 8
"Commission to consider Shreveport hotel bonds," 2005:1B, Feb. 17
"Convention center is 'rocking and rolling,'" 2005:1B, March 1
"Councilman: Who will build hotel?", 2005:1A, March 17
"Countdown: Hightower enters final year as mayor," 2005:1A, Nov. 21
"Funding, riverbed problems could delay planned marina," 2005:1A, March 10
"Hightower postpones appointing commission," 2005:1B, June 15
"Hightower to begin lobbying for hotel funding," 2005:1B, January 13
"Hightower: Second term worth the fight," 2005:1A, Feb. 28
"Hotel funding OK'd," 2005:1A, January 21
"Investigators subpoena city landfill records," 2005:1A, August 28
"Judge: City worked to thwart subdivision," 2005:1B, January 28
"La. Tech: We stand by our numbers," 2005:1A, Feb. 1
"Landfill contract prompts allegations against mayor," 2005:1A, April 22
"Landfill contract raises questions," 2005:1A, May 27
"Lawsuit against hotel is dismissed locally," 2005:1B, Feb. 5
"Lawsuit clouds mayor's hotel plan," 2005:1B, January 18
"Lawsuit contends misuse of tax dollars," 2005:1A, June 27
"Literacy groups kick off citywide reading campaign," 2005:1B, June 1
"Mayor gets OK for hotel funding," 2005:1B, Feb. 23
"Mayor: Gibson's criticism misguided," 2005:1B, August 3
"Mayor has asked City Council for additional $600,000," 2005:1A, May 31
"Mayor 'lukewarm' on secretary of state's job," 2005:1A, Dec. 2
"Mayor pushes on with hotel project," 2005:7B, June 18
"Mayor pushing minority involvement in hotel work," 2005:1A, May 28
"Mayor readies hotel pitch for panel," 2005:1B, January 1
"Mayor seeks 'lock in' on hotel interest rate," 2005:2B, June 14
"Mayor seeks approval to sign hotel contract," 2005:1B, May 24
"Mayor signs $32.3M hotel contract," 2005:5B, June 16
"Mayor taking money requests to D.C.", 2005:1A, March 16
"Mayor's assistance 'sore' but OK after being hit by motorist" [Liz Swaine], 2005:6A, Dec. 16
"Mayors: Don't overlook us in post-hurricane funding," 2005:2B, October 5
"New suit to challenge use of state money for hotel construction," 2005:1A, Feb. 9
"Officials subpoena city loan records" [Community Development], 2005:1A, March 24
"Opponents to request dismissal of lawsuit" [Convention Hotel], 2005:1B, Feb. 8
"Panel affirms Shreveport's plan for bond-based hotel financing," 2005:4B, Feb. 18
"Probe targets city loan program," 2005:1A, Feb. 13
"Senator raises questions about Shreveport hotel" [Malone, Max], 2005:1A, Feb. 12
"Senator's bill takes aim at Hightower," 2005:1A, May 13
"Shreveport puts loan program on hold" [Community Development], 2005:1A, Feb. 24
"USA Today ads showcase local area for business," 2005:1B, Nov. 3
Historic Preservation
"Sign of the times" [signage], 2005:11D, April 1
Hodges Garden
"Popular botanical garden considered as state donation," 2005:1B, June 14
Holiday in Dixie
"Caddo Career Center student wins HID design contest," 2005:2B, Feb. 8
"HID Cotillion announces court," 2005:6D, January 23
"Holiday in Dixie comes to an end," 2005:1B, April 25
"It's all sunshine on this parade," 2005:1B, April 17
"Mother, son win HID treasure hunt," 2005:1B, April 22
Holoubek, Dr. Alice
"Alice Holoubek, physician and civic leader, dies at 90," 2005:2B, January 4
"Obituary," 2005:3B, January 5
Holy Angels
"Diocese planning to sell Holy Angels," 2005:1B, Dec. 13
"Heavenly recipes" [cookbook], 2005:1D, October 5
Homer, LA
"Homer eyes new hospital," 2005:1B, October 12
"Homer told to fix its finances," 2005:1B, June 11
"Second Homer mayoral recall fails," 2005:1B, April 1

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I-49
"$295B highway bill passes in U.S. Senate," 2005:1A, May 18
"Arkansas preparing to meet Louisiana," 2005:1A, June 3
"Blanco pledges $20M for I-49," 2005:1A, April 26
"Blanco says La. ready to roll," 2005:1A, August 13
"Blanco to sign I-49 bill today," 2005:1A, August 12
"Clearing for newest I-49 project nears completion," 2005:1A, August 28
"Completion gains a boost in support, funding options," 2005:1A, March 16
"Congress reaches agreement on I-49 bill," 2005:4B, July 28
"DOTD: We'll fight tooth and nail for I-49 funds," 2005:1B, October 12
"Forum to focus on I-49," 2005:1B, March 14
"Funding for I-49 secured in bill," 2005:1A, July 29
"Gasoline tax for I-49 gaining supporters," 2005:1A, January 8
"Gov. backs bond funding plan for I-49," 2005:1A, May 10
"I-49 bonds can be sold piecemeal," 2005: 2B, June 28
"I-49 funding bill headed to Senate floor next week," 2005:4B, May 20
"I-49 funding bill hits a pothole in Senate," 2005:2B, May 26
"I-49 funding measures stack up for Legislature," 2005:1A, May 7
"I-49 funding plan discussed," 2005:4B, May 11
"I-49 funding plan hits the fast lane," 2005:4B, May 19
"I-49 funding plan rockets through House committee," 2005:2B, May 17
"I-49 interchange at Southern Loop nears completion," 2005:1A, Feb. 18
"I-49 is still a top priority for DOTD," 2005:3A, Sept. 15
"I-49 work to start next week in Caddo," 2005:1B, March 30
"Interchange smoothes out rough traffic in southeast Shreveport," 2005:4J, April 10
"La. Senate approves funding for I-49," 2005:1A, June 17
"Mayors: Storms show need to complete I-49," 2005:1A, October 1
"Montgomery files bill backing treasurer's I-49 funding plan," 2005:5B, April 15
"New transportation bill favors I-49," 2005:1A, April 7
"Residents fight planned closure," 2005:1A, Dec. 12
"Residents rejoice to opening of I-49 exit," 2005:1B, March 15
"Texas counties support Logansport's wishes for I-49," 2005:1B, July 28
"Vitter describes I-49 funding strategy," 2005:6B, Feb. 26
"Work on I-49 north under way," 2005:1B, April 8
I-69
"Corridor decided for I-69," 2005:1A, July 6
"I-69 route lands at Port," 2005:1A, January 16
"Preferred I-69 route draws mixed reactions," 2005:1B, July 22
"Push on to influence I-69 route," 2005:1B, May 2
Independence Bowl
"Big 12 leaves I-Bowl waiting," 2005:1C, July 16
"Bowl boss bids adieu," 2005:1C, July 15
"Enough rooms available, say local officials," 2005:4B, Dec. 7
"I-Bowl, big 12 renew contract," 2005:6C, August 25
"I-Bowl expects strong local sales," 2005:1C, Dec. 11
"I-Bowl faces tough competition on Big 12 side," 2005:1C, May 28
"I-Bowl fans put on their game faces," 2005:1A, Dec. 31
"I-Bowl greets teams," 2005:1C, Dec. 8
"I-Bowl hopes for late surge in ticket sales," 2005:1A, Dec. 28
"I-Bowl looks East in SEC," 2005:3C, Nov. 15
"I-Bowl narrows team search," 2005:1C, Nov. 1
"I-Bowl picture cleares," 2005:6C, Nov. 22
"I-Bowl receives some much-needed publicity," 2005:1C, Dec. 5
"I-Bowl search intensifies," 2005:1C, Nov. 8
"I-Bowl seeks executive director," 2005:1C, Nov. 9
"I-Bowl sees improving picture," 2005:1C, Feb. 12
"I-Bowl to renew with SEC, Big 12," 2005:1C, July 14
"I-Bowl worthy of watching," 2005:2C, Dec. 16
"Independence Bowl leadership changes," 2005:1A, June 21
"Kruipica leave legacy of success at I-Bowl," 2005:1C, June 22
"Location key to I-Bowl selection," 2005:1C, Dec. 18
"Missouri sits atop I-Bowl's Big 12 list," 2005:1C, Nov. 29
"Officials throw flag on Deja Vu's I-Bowl offer," 2005:1A, January 15
"Rising payouts could hurt I-Bowl selections," 2005:1C, June 27
"SEC gives I-Bowl a boost," 2005:1C, July 28
"Special Deliveries," 2005:1C, Dec. 29
"Spurrier tries to boost I-Bowl ticket sales," 2005:1C, Dec. 11
"Tickets sales mixed at S.C., Missouri," 2005:1C, Dec. 14
"Tigers' tale," 2005:SS, Dec. 31
"Time for I-Bowl to look east," 2005:1C, July 24
Independence Stadium
"City files appeal of stadium upgrade judgment" [Whitaker Const.], 2005:2B, Feb. 11
"MS State returns to site of memorable victory" [Katrina], 2005:1C, Sept. 15
"Ouachita clears Whitaker," 2005:1A, July 28
"Stadium bills go unpaid," 2005:1A, Feb. 7
"Tulane keeps season in perspective," 2005:1C, Sept. 13
"Tulane Wave to roll into city" [Katrina], 2005:1C, September 9
Indians
"Adai Caddo to hold annual powwow today," 2005:4B, October 15
"Jena Choctaws suing state over casino," 2005:1B, June 6

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Jackson, Sen. Lydia
"La. Senate commends 'Beauty Shop Brigade," 2005:4B, June 23
Jewish Community
"Jewish Film Festival showcases diversity," 2005:5E, Feb. 18
"Passover seen as spiritual tradition," 2005:1B, April 23
Jindal, Rep. Bobby
"Politicos rally for state military bases," 2005:1A, March 23
"State's new lawmakers in 109th Congress take oath," 2005:1A, January 5
Joiner, Gary
"'Dear Diary' a boon for area historians," 2005:1B, Feb. 28
"Local historian to tackle 'Wild West Tech' issues," 2005:1B, January 10
Joyce, William
"Illustrator William Joyce nominated for Annie Awards," 2005:1B, Dec. 7
"Joyce wins third Emmy for 'Rolie Polie Olie," 2005:2D, May 17
"Joyce's characters to hit the big screen," 2005:3A, January 1
"Real star of 'Robots' is William Joyce," 2005:8E, March 11
Judiciary
"Caddo Juvenile Court judge earns statewide recognition," 2005:4B, Feb. 17
Junior League
"Bargain Haul coming back to Shreveport-Bossier," 2005:1B, August 2
"Trends & Traditions," 2005:1D, Feb. 27

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Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum
"Christian Science church being turned into museum," 2005:1A, January 3
"Karpeles Museum to hold reception," 2005:2D, Nov. 8
"Minimuseum branch opens in Shreveport," 2005:1B, August 22
"Museum to shed light on history's texts," 2005:1D, August 25
KCS
"KCS and Norfolk form joint venture," 2005:1B, Dec. 5
"KCS announces $50M expansion of its rail yard," 2005:1A, June 30
"KCS seeks support on $50M overhaul," 2005:6B, Nov. 3
"KCS to announce expansion," 2005:1A, June 29
"Rail yard overhaul to lower noise," 2005:1A, October 6
KDAQ
"Eric Taylor will liven up 'House Concert'", 2005:2D, May 10
"House Concert Series offer intimate musical experience," 2005:1D, Feb. 11
"Local musician joins Red River Radio staff," 2005:4D, Sept. 10
Kennedy, Betty Ann
"Local woman elected to ACBL Bridge Hall of Fame," 2005:1B, Feb. 28
Kilgore, Merle
"Obituary," 2005:3B, Feb. 12
KTAL
"Channel 6 returns to Cox Cable," 2005:1B, October 21
"KTAL owner wants Cox Cable to pay or lose broadcast," 2005:1A, January 25
"KTAL, NBC yanked from Bossier City cable," 2005:6B, Feb. 3
"New lineup throws Cox customers for a loop," 2005:6B, Feb. 4
"Nexstar set to pull KTAL from Cox cable," 2005:5B, Feb. 1
"Officials say Cox is required to air KTAL," 2005:6B, Feb. 2

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La.State-Budget
"Area projects," 2005:4B, June 18
"Big money bills to be rewritten," 2005:1B, June 22
"Black Caucus sues to stop Blanco's budget cuts," 2005:4B, Nov. 10
"Blanco slashes budget," 2005:1A, Nov. 6
"Budget bill tops agenda," 2005:3A, June 5
"Budget cuts are 'just the beginning'," 2005:1A, Nov. 8
"Budget juggling finds more money," 2005:6B, Nov. 13
"Budget to get hearing," 2005:3B, June 6
"Capital outlay bill contains 'wish list' projects," 2005:4A, July 3
"DART cited for excellence," 2005:4B, June 22
"House approves $18.7B state budget bill," 2005:5B, May 29
"House approves bill slicing state budget," 2005:4B, Nov. 16
"House passes budget bills with few changes," 2005:1B, May 27
"La. agencies told to plan budget cuts, just in case," 2005:1A, January 14
"La. budget bill dealings trump other issues," 2005:6B, Nov. 13
"La. budget gets slight reprieve," 2005:1A, Nov. 14
"La. budget not fully defined yet," 2005:1B, January 22
"Lawmakers feed need to bring home the bacon," 2005:1A, July 3
"Lawmakers, judges put money back on the table," 2005:7B, Nov. 13
"More than $600M cut from budget," 2005:1A, Nov. 20
"Non-state agencies benefit from increased state revenues," 2005:5A, July 3
"Panel sets budget cuts in motion," 2005:1B, Nov. 1
"Senate OKs $600M in budget cuts," 2005:1B, Nov. 21
"Tax breaks hit a wall in budget discussion," 2005:1A, Nov. 9
La.State-Exhibit Museum
"Art from the heart" [Holy Angels], 2005:1D, May 22
"Art historian to hold lecture series" [Nigel McGilchrist], 2005:3D, Feb. 8
"Art students restoring Depression-era map," 2005:1B, July 5
"Ex-LSU coach Dietzel will exhibit his art here," 2005:3D, April 17
"Fundraiser will aid STARBASE outreach," 2005:1B, August 19
"Glitz & Grits combines the highbrow with the down-home fun," 2005:1D, Sept. 30
"Honor, fame and glory" [LSU exhibit], 2005:1D, August 21
"Museum celebrates Lewis and Clark," 2005:1D, January 28
"Museum gears up for two events," 2005:4D, June 25
"Museum gets $200,000 to design archives building," 2005:1B, July 29
"Museum to exhibit 'Works by Gus Weill'," 2005:2D, January 4
"Play tackles painful social issue," 2005:3D, Nov. 15
La.State-Fair
"Food and fun," 2005:1B, October 31
"Junior livestock sale showcases hard work," 2005:6B, Nov. 2
"Livestock competitors earn money for their work," 2005:1B, Nov. 3
"Safety a priority as State Fair readies for opening," 2005:1A, October 24
"State Fair attendance rebounds to record level," 2005:1B, Nov. 19
"State Fair of Louisiana turns 99," 2005:14E, October 28
"State Fair readying for Oct. 27 opening," 2005:1A, October 6
La.State-Fair Grounds
"Super Safe Sunday ends in violence again," 2005:1A, June 27
La.State-Gaming Control Board
"Report criticizes La. gaming board," 2005:1A, Nov. 30
La.State-Supreme Court
"Anti-gay marriage amendment reinstated," 2005:1B, January 20
"Court hears arguments on cockfighting," 2005:3B, May 24
"Court orders LSUHSC-Shreveport to pay" [Driscoll, Dr. Peter], 2005:4B, January 20
"Court to hear arguments against cockfighting," 2005:1B, May 23
"Court upholds sodomy law; Jefferson Parish case next," 2005:2B, January 20
"High court will decide if death penalty will be an option," 2005:2B, June 21
"La. Supreme Court removes Sabine justice of peace," 2005:3B, July 2
"Officials see pension fund crisis deepening," 2005:1B, Feb. 9
Lake Bistineau
"Bistineau to get second drawdown," 2005:8C, June 26
"Court denies Lake Bistineau drawdown appeal," 2005:1B, May 24
"Court hearing over drawdown resumes today," 2005:4B, July 8
"Date set for hearing about lake drawdown," 2005:1B, June 30
"Did the drawdown help?", 2004:1B, January 12
"Drawdown set to begin today," 2005:1A, July 15
"Drawdown still on for Friday," 2005:1B, July 9
"Group to clean canoe trails at Lake Bistineau," 2005:1B, January 28
"Group tries again to stop lake drawdown," 2005:1B, June 17
"Judge won't stop Bistineau drawdown," 2005:1B, July 12
"Lake drawdown appeal rejected," 2005:1B, March 11
Landrieu, Sen. Mary
"Coalition, Landrieu express support for Supreme Court nominee," 2005:1B, August 12
"La. lawmakers still have questions" [Social Security], 2005:2A, Feb. 3
"La.'s senators react cautiously to high court pick," 2005:2B, July 20
"Landrieu blasts FEMA, asks for bipartisanship" [Katrina], 2005:4A, September 9
"Landrieu calls for better veterans' care," 2005:2B, August 12
"Landrieu defends La., chides Bush," 2005:1A, October 14
"Landrieu lauds vote backing oil and gas inventory," 2005:3A, June 22
"Landrieu leads Hillary Clinton on tour" [Katrina], 2005:2B, Dec. 19
"Landrieu may block holiday recess until levees dealt with," 2005:4B, Nov. 29
"Landrieu promises help for Community Renewal," 2005:1B, March 1
"Landrieu promotes increasing Army numbers," 2005:1A, Feb. 15
"Landrieu to visit tsunami site," 2005:3A, January 5
"Landrieu, Vitter clash over nominees," 2005:5A, May 20
"Landrieu, Vitter praise O'Connor for her service," 2005:3B, July 2
"More troops needed," 2005:1B, January 11
"Politicos rally for state military bases," 2005:1A, March 23
"Senate OKs new royalty money for Louisiana," 2005:6A, June 224
"Senators question length of duty," 2005:1A, January 18
"Vitter, Landrieu disclose wide rage of assets," 2005:6A, June 15
"Writer in error about judicial nominees debate" [letter], 2005:15A, January 28
Libbey Glass
"Crews battle molten glass flow at plant," 2005:1B, April 24
"Libbey gets help in saving jobs," 2005:1A, April 22
"Libbey Glass looks to expand," 2005:1A, March 22
"Visible cracks," 2005:1I, October 23
"Weekend leak halts some production at Libbey Glass," 2005:1A, April 26
Lincove, Arnold
"Former state economic development secretary succumbs to cancer at 71," 2005:2B, January 11
"Obituary," 2004:3B, January 12
Louisiana Army National Guard
"38 soldiers from La. have died in Iraq," 2005:2A, March 29
"Airline to donate travel kits to local soldiers," 2005:1B, March 7
"Body of last of eight guardsmen killed in Iraq returns home," 2005:4B, January 17
"Bossier teacher dons camouflage after hurricane" [Sheryl Vowell], 2005:1A, October 2
"Deployed troops enjoy stronger job protections," 2005:1A, Feb. 10
"Excavators donated for relief effort," 2005:2B, October 15
"Guard, state agencies prepare to help in Texas," 2005:1A, Sept. 22
"'Hard Rock Charlie' company gives from its heart to Iraqis," 2005:1B, March 23
"La. Guardsmen depart Iraq to find families" [Katrina], 2005:5A, September 9
"La. loses three more soldiers," 2005:1B, January 30
"La. National Guard leaders visit state's brigade in Iraq," 2005:2B, July 22
"La. unit endures two attacks this week," 2005:3B, June 4
"Local troops make it through Iraq election," 2005:1A, January 31
"Marines, families gear up for return," 2005:1A, March 27
"More than 50 La. National Guard soldiers presecuted in Iraq," 2005:4B, August 6
"National Guard goes into damage control mode" [Katrina], 2005:5A, September 9
"National Guard to start providing security at coliseum today" [Katrina], 2005:4B, Sept. 14
"Recruiters looking for future soldiers," 2005:1A, January 31
"Reliance on Guard changes war risks," 2005:1A, January 17
"Six Louisiana soldiers killed in single day," 2005:1A, January 8
"Slain guardsman remembered as proud soldier," 2005:3B, January 31
"Soldiers reunited after brush with death," 2005:1A, Feb. 2
"South La. soldiers welcomed home early," 2005:1B, Sept. 10
"Training keeps special team sharp," 2005:1B, Feb. 18
"Two more funerals held to mark deaths of Louisiana guardsmen," 2005:2B, January 18
Louisiana College
"New president spends first day with faculty, students," 2005:3B, January 20
Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame
"Duper was Super" [Mark Duper], 2005:1C, June 21
"Eight prepare to enter state Hall," 2005:1C, June 24
Louisiana-Army Ammunition Plant
"Officials set high hopes on recently acquired property," 2005:1A, January 25
Louisiana-Boardwalk
"Are you properly attired for Boardwalk?", 2005:1A, Nov. 12
"Boardwalk announces Borders as a tenant," 2005:6B, April 1
"Boardwalk contractors still waiting to be paid," 2005:1A, Nov. 15
"Boardwalk cost up by more than $500,000," 2005:2B, August 6
"Boardwalk dance club comes alive," 2005: 5B, June 28
"Boardwalk developer says May 12 opening still on," 2005:1A, April 11
"Boardwalk lawsuit headed to court," 2005:1A, January 14
"Boardwalk, mall compete for shoppers in Bossier City," 2005:6B, July 14
"Boardwalk names new general manager," 2005:5B, July 12
"Boardwalk opening creates area buzz," 2005:1A, May 11
"Boardwalk stands behind Saddle Ridge," 2005:1A, August 9
"Boardwalk to broadcast 'War of the Worlds'," 2005:2D, June 224
"Boardwalk to offer new options," 2005:1M, May 1
"Boardwalk trolley, carousel stalled," 2005:1A, August 27
"Businesses edge closer to Louisiana Boardwalk," 2005:1I, May 8
"Choir will perform at La. Boardwalk" [First Baptist], 2005:2B, July 9
"Crowds have Boardwalk officials scrambling to work out kinks," 2005:1A, May 28
"Cumulus begins move to new studios," 2005:8B, June 16
"Curtain rises on Louisiana Boardwalk," 2005:1A, May 8
"Delayed opening will be just as grand," 2005:1B, January 22
"Eat your way through," 2005:12E, July 29
"Ferris wheel arrives for holiday season," 2005:1B, Nov. 12
"Finally, the trolley rolls at Louisiana Boardwalk," 2005:2B, Dec. 17
"IHOP to move into Louisiana Boardwalk," 2005:6B, July 19
"La. Boardwalk trial to be rescheduled," 2005:2B, Feb. 15
"Local, national tenants sign on for La. Boardwalk," 2005:6B, March 1
"Louisiana Boardwalk opens," 2005:1A, May 13
"More still to come for Louisiana Boardwalk," 2005:1A, May 16
"MPC nixes quicker alcohol permits for Boardwalk," 2005:1B, Feb. 1
"Nightclub owners named in indictment," 2005:1A, May 7
"Putting on the final touches," 2005:1A, May 12
"Saddle Ridge hearings delayed; club owners open new venues," 2005:3B, Sept. 13
"Saddle Ridge owners to meet with Denver judge," 2005:6B, June 21
"Sisters take their corner at the Boardwalk," 2005:8B, Sept. 30
"Trolley opens at the Louisiana Boardwalk," 2005:1A, Dec. 17
"Weather delays La. Boardwalk," 2005:3A, January 1
"Work at Boardwalk incomplete," 2005:3B, May 25
Louisiana-Dance Foundation
"Dance foundation to hold annual festival," 2005:3D, May 24
"LDT to perform 'Stars of Tomorrow'," 2005:3D, May 24
Louisiana-Democrats
"Chairman has plans to unify the party," 2005:1B, January 25
"La. Democrats poised to tap CEO as chairman," 2005:1B, January 5
Louisiana-Downs
"Big names top lists of early Super Derby XXVI," 2005:5C, July 26
"Burgeoning purses excite bettors," 2005:1B, Feb. 28
"Cruisin' for a cause," 2005:1B, Nov. 7
"Downs unveils unusual proposal for 2006 dates," 2005:5C, August 17
"Fans stream to LaDowns for Super Derby," 2005:1A, October 2
"Harrah's names general manager for LaDowns" [Patrick Dennehy], 2005:2B, January 27
"Hotel to go up at LaDowns," 2005:1A, Dec. 16
"Ladies' day at Downs," 2005:1C, May 28
"LaDowns begins season earlier, with larger purses," 2005:1A, April 29
"LaDowns opens arms to Fair Grounds," 2005:1C, September 3
"LaDowns set for Fair Grounds meet," 2005:1C, Sept. 15
"LaDowns ups purses for races," 2005:1A, Feb. 25
"Lepinski resigns from La. Downs," 2005:1A, January 20
"Locals eye Super Derby upsets," 2005:1C, October 1
"Longer season, bigger purses highlight LaDowns' 2005 meet," 2005:7M, May 1
"Racing industry dusts off reins," 2005:1C, Nov. 17
"Shiskabob's legend lives," 2005:1C, October 7
"Super Derby appears to be wide-open race," 2005:1C, Sept. 29
"Super Derby on Aflett Alex's radar," 2005:1C, June 14
"Super Derby XXVI," 2005:1C, Sept. 30
"Triumph and tragedy," 2005:1C, October 2
Louisiana-Economy
"Economist: La. to trail in southeastern job growth," 2005:6B, May 14
"Executives give La. bad marks," 2005:6B, January 27
"FEMA short on La. contracts," 2005:1A, Nov. 25
"Insurance rates likely to rise" [Katrina, Rita], 2005:5B, Sept. 27
"Job seekers eagerly await plant opening in Alexandria," 2005:6B, Feb. 9
"Jobless rate in La. improves," 2005:6B, May 26
"La. film industry reaches next level," 2005:6B, August 4
"La. jobless numbers to climb," 2005:1A, October 31
"La. labor force sets record," 2005:6B, July 27
"Louisiana joins 35 states inn competition for aviation plant," 2005:6B, Feb. 17
"Louisiana plans another trade mission to Cuba," 2005:6B, June 21
"Louisiana's star rising in the film industry," 2005:1I, August 21
"NW La. losing health employees," 2005:6B, August 3
"September jobless rate doubled in La.", 2005:1A, October 26
"Shreveport takes stage in cultural economy," 2005:1B, August 26
"St. Francisville backed for nuclear power plant," 2005:5B, July 26
"State, local jobless rates improve," 2005:6B, April 8
"Unemployment rate stays high after Rita," 2005:1A, Nov. 23
"Wages up in last quarter of 2004," 2005:6B, June 23
"Work force breaks record," 2005:6B, June 25
Louisiana-Education
"Association to join appeal of prayer ban," 2005:1B, March 4
"Bill seeks new testing method for learning-disabled students," 2005:1A, June 7
"Blanco: Use all cigarette tax to boost teacher pay," 2005:1A, May 24
"College budget woes draw little support," 2005:3B, May 3
"College budgets are not in danger," 2005:1B, March 24
"Colleges offer 'unreal' budgets," 2005:1B, October 27
"Colleges, universities continue to enroll displaced students," 2005:5B, September 2
"Colleges, universities face cuts for first time in years," 2005:2A, January 14
"Diploma recall shouldn't affect local graduations," 2005:2B, May 4
"Dropout rate shoots up," 2005:1A, August 18
"Education improvement efforts bring results across the state," 2005:2A, March 4
"Education pay plan criticized," 2005:1B, May 19
"Encourage your child to build confidence," 2005:1A, March 13
"GOP takes shot at teacher pay," 2005:1A, June 16
"Graduation rates at La. colleges lag in nation," 2005:1A, Feb. 6
"High school overhaul plan moves forward," 2005:1A, May 5
"Historically black colleges a strong draw for many students," 2005:1A, Feb. 14
"Insurance offsets teachers' pay raises," 2005:1A, July 10
"La. earns top grade for efforts to improve," 2005:1A, January 5
"La. owes schools for pre-k program," 2005:1B, Nov. 11
"La. ranks near bottom in educational technology," 2005:1A, May 6
"La. School Boards Association expected to take up prayer issue," 2005:2B, March 1
"La. schools better than thought," 2005:3A, Nov. 4
"La.'s colleges bracing for budget cuts," 2005:2B, October 30
"Lawmakers raise tuition 3 percent," 2005:1B, March 19
"LEAP failure rate expected to rise," 2005:3B, January 20
"Louisiana ACT scores hold steady, but are below the national average," 2005:4B, August 17
"Louisiana gets D+ in school climate," 2005:3A, January 5
"Officials delay release of LEAP, GEE scores," 2005:4B, May 10
"Officials reshaping La. high schools," 2005:1A, Feb. 21
"Oil price lifts odds for teacher pay raises," 2005:1A, August 25
"Panel: Colleges shouldn't need legislative vote to increase tuition," 2005:1B, May 25
"Parents worry about new special education regulations," 2005:1A, March 26
"Pay raises benefits more than teachers," 2005:1A, April 10
"Portfolio adds push to prepare teachers," 2005:1A, March 14
"Proposed law would aid financially shaky schools," 2005:2B, May 5
"Regional school systems rank at the top in school growth," 2005:2A, March 4
"Report ranks La. Tech, LSU as best colleges in state," 2005:2B, August 28
"School funding plan gets final OK," 2005:3A, Nov. 22
"School funding shortfall doesn't worry officials," 2005:1B, January 21
"Schools that took in evacuees to benefit from more funds," 2005:3A, Nov. 23
"Senate approves alternative testing," 2005:2B, June 21
"Senate panel removes teacher raises," 2005:1B, June 18
"Senators ask if TOPS should be restructured," 2005:1B, June 6
"Socioeconomic performance gap on tests declining in Louisiana," 2005:1A, March 23
"Some fight returning to N.O. colleges," 2005:1A, Nov. 28
"Some teachers find pastures are greener pastures outside state," 2005:1A, April 18
"Some teachers still may not get pay raise," 2005:4B, July 23
"State fears evacuated students dropped out," 2005:1A, October 23
"State will seek waivers from federal education mandate" [Katrina], 2005:4A, Sept. 14
"State's education spending adjusting," 2005:1A, Nov. 21
"State's largest teachers union opposes bill," 2005:4B, March 10
"State's school boards oppose collective-bargaining proposal," 2005:2B, March 16
"State's top educator diagnosed with ALS," 2005:4B, May 19
"Students return to college," 2005:1B, August 23
"Study: La. loses big money by losing teachers," 2005:2B, August 30
"Superintendents raise school funding issues," 2005:1B, April 12
"Surviving the drop out," 2005:1A, April 24
"Teacher pay increase sought by La. may not reflect 'Southern average'," 2005:4B, May 16
"Teachers take a summer field trip" [BAFB], 2005:1B, July 29
"TOPS back on state's chopping block," 2005:1A, Nov. 12
"Tuition bill faces increased opposition," 2005:1B, June 4
"Tuition increase OK'd for LSU campuses," 2005:4B, March 5
"Tuition plan would alter La.'s higher education," 2005:1B, Feb. 25
"UL System lobbies for tax-funded pay raises," 2005:1A, June 4
"Universities look to close funding gap," 2005:2B, June 23
"Wanted: black male teachers," 2005:1A, March 24
Louisiana-Environment
"100 square miles of La. wetlands lost in hurricanes," 2005:1A, Nov. 3
"Africanized bees set Caddo abuzz," 2005:1A, August 2
"Clinton to FEMA: Hire La. companies, workers," 2005:1A, October 5
"Governor praises plan for coastal restoration," 2005:5B, July 26
"House approves more than $1B for La. water projects," 2005:3A, July 16
"Opposition to coastal funding irks Blanco," 2005:1B, July 21
"Plant cited for unsanitary practices," 2005:1A, March 30
"Poll: Nation concerned about Louisiana coast," 2005:3B, Jan. 26
"State agonizes over future of majestic cypress forests," 2005:4B, Aug. 1
"Vanishing quail prompts action," 2005:8C, June 26
Louisiana-Episcopals
"Bishop for area's Episcopal Diocese dies at his home" [Robert Hargrove], 2005:4B, May 21
Louisiana-Film Center
"Cinephiles seek satisfaction," 2005:1D, Jan. 25
"Group kicks off downtown initiative" [DDA], 2005:1A, Jan. 20
"Local gives $500,000 to future film center," 2005:1B, April 7
"Officials push downtown plan," 2005:1J, April 10
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Louisiana-Hayride
"Contributions wane for James Burton statue," 2005:1B, July 21
"Music, film industry growth targeted," 2005:6B, July 29
Louisiana-Legislature
"Area lawmakers score big wins in session," 2005:6I, June 26
"Bill defends Blanco's authority to cut budget," 2005:7B, Nov. 20
"Bill exempts aid from child support formula," 2005:4B, Nov. 19
"Bill pushes searchable property tax system," 2005:1B, April 27
"Bill seeks new testing method for learning-disabled students," 2005:1A, June 7
"Bill to block free tickets from lobbyists killed," 2005:4B, June 8
"Bill would allow frozen daiquiri sales at supermarkets, convenience stores," 2005:5B, June 3
"Bill would expand state power over schools," 2005:4B, May 21
"Bill would raise age of retirement," 2005:1B, May 1
"Bill would remove mandatory dismissal of nonviolent felons," 2005:4B, May 4
"Black Caucus sues to stop Blanco's budget cuts," 2005:4B, Nov. 10
"Blanco gives up on cigarette tax," 2005:1A, June 15
"Blanco pledges $20M for I-49," 2005:1A, Apirl 26
"Blanco to call for House vote on proposed cigarette tax," 2005:3A, May 31
"Blanco's proposals met with applause, silence," 2005:4B, Apirl 26
"Blanco: Use all cigarette tax to boost teacher pay," 2005:1A, May 24
"Bossier levee board expansion killed," 2005:4B, June 23
"Budget bills last on agenda; the session must end today," 2005:4B, June 23
"Budget cuts are 'just the beginning,'" 2005:1A, Nov. 8
"Building code won't affect local builders," 2005:7B, Nov. 20
"Burial policies face deeper debate in Legislature," 2005:4B, May 19
"Casino woes to be pushed at Legislature," 2005:1A, April 30
"Changes in movie tax credit OK'd," 2005:4B, June 18
"Cigarette tax vote delayed, again," 2005:1A, June 8
"College budget woes draw little support," 2005:3B, May 3
"Committee converts bill into railway safety study," 2005:1B, June 3
"Committee pares inmate compensation bill," 2005:1A, June 2
"Committee starts building code talk," 2005:2B, Nov. 8
"Committee votes to eliminate 6% markup on gasoline," 2005:2B, May 26
"Committee votes to restore sentencing power in 3rd, 4th DWIs," 2005:4B, June 8
"Contentious legislative session shaping up," 2005:1A, April 24
"Cravins drops bill to close 2 La. juvenile jails," 2005:2B, June 2
"Critics of reservoir projects speak out but warnings rebuffed," 2005:5A, May 29
"DHH unveils plans to expand health care for uninsured," 2005:1B, May 11
"Different focus gives Gov. Blanco's cigarette tax a boost," 2005:4A, June 12
"DOTD gets authority to close crossings," 2005:2B, June 21
"Effort to fix highways passes last hurdle," 2005:7B, Nov. 20
"Election realignment could save $6.4 million," 2005:1A, June 12
"Finance committee shifts surplus into health care," 2005:3A, June 20
"Financial disclosure bill is likely dead on arrival," 2005:1B, April 28
"GOP takes shot at teacher pay," 2005:1A, June 16
"Gov. signs bill inspired by Wooley's truck purchase," 2005:4B, July 6
"Governor may push House vote on cigarette tax," 2005:4B, June 13
"Governor to cut budget without Legislature's OK," 2005:1A, Nov. 4
"Health care cuts to close mental health clinics," 2005:2B, May 10
"Health care, teacher raises coming up for La. Legislature," 2005:3A, May 9
"Higher education bill loses chief backer," 2005:5B, June 3
"Highlights from opening of Legislature on Monday," 2005:2A, Apirl 26
"Hospital tax advances, cigarette tax stalled," 2005:1B, June 14
"Hospital tax clears; cigarette bill stalls," 2005:1B, June 9
"Hospitals agree to pay a provider fee for Medicaid," 2005:4B, May 27
"House approves $87M hospital tax," 2005:1B, June 17
"House approves redesign of indigent defense system," 2005:4B, June 18
"House bans class-action lawsuits against utilities," 2005:4B, May 18
"House calls for study of technical colleges," 2005:4B, June 22
"House panel adds time to tax holiday," 2005:1A, Nov. 11
"House restores some DWI sentencing authority to judges," 2005:4B, June 18
"House, Senate panel pass raise for official," 2005:5B, June 3
"I-49 funding bill hits a pothole in Senate," 2005:2B, May 26
"I-49 funding plan rockets through House committee," 2005:2B, May 17
"Idea to keep school taxes close to home prompts study," 2005:2B, May 16
"Indigent defender reform heads into the final stretch," 2005:4B, June 8
"Industries wary of lake building boom," 2005:5A, May 29
"Insurance companies making it through in wake of storms," 2005:4B, Nov. 9
"Key topics of the 2005 legislative session," 2005:6A, April 24
"La. law designed to curb delinquent fines for parking," 2005:1A, May 1
"La. lawmakers working to save TOPS from cuts," 2005:1A, Nov. 13
"La. legislature to hear measure to grant LSUHSC separate legal status," 2005:4B, May 6
"La. may regulate some eBay sellers," 2005:1B, May 21
"La. OKs $18.4B in health care spending," 2005:1A, June 224
"La. Senate approves funding for I-49," 2005:1A, June 17
"La. Senate rejects GOP education raises," 2005:3A, June 20
"La. Senate to debate the money bills today," 2005:1A, June 19
"La. senators worried about session format," 2005:1A, May 2
"Landlaws temporarily may get more powers," 2005:4B, Nov. 19
"Lawmaker mulls incentives for the video game industry," 2005:6B, Feb. 9
"Lawmaker questions Blanco's authority," 2005:4B, Nov. 9
"Lawmaker's bill targets hallucinogenic plants," 2005:1A, May 12
"Lawmaker's disclosure law 'weak,' critics say", 2005:1B, July 7
"Lawmakers bristle at bill from FEMA," 2005:1A, Nov. 8
"Lawmakers delay tax on community hospitals," 2005:4B, Nov. 19
"Lawmakers look to reconstruct the presidential primary," 2005:3B, Jan. 19
"Lawmakers place property tax adjustments on backburner," 2005:4B, May 4
"Lawmakers raise tuition 3 percent," 2005:1B, March 19
"Lawmakers sign off on 5 constitutional changes," 2005:2B, July 5
"Lawmakers to meet in informational session tonight" [Katrina], 2005:6A, Sept. 14
"Lawmakers: No raise until teachers get one," 2005:1A, Feb. 13
"Legislators set to vote on status of LSUHSC," 2005:1B, June 1
"Legislature briefs," 2005:4B, June 17
"Legislature looks to bills to rebuild state economy," 2005:3A, Nov. 23
"Louisiana film tax credit generates milions of dollars in movie business," 2005:1A, Feb. 6
"Married retiree tax benefit gets OK from Senate panel," 2005:3B, May 3
"Measure targets illegal labs making methamphetamine," 2005:4B, May 4
"Money allocated to improve, build parks," 2005:1B, June 13
"Money flows; water doesn't" [reservoirs], 2005:1A, May 29
"Money matters ahead for Louisiana Legislature," 2005:3A, May 23
"More cuts in store for state in 2007," 2005:1A, Dec. 4
"More money isn't enough for Louisiana," 2005:1A, May 17
"New laws heat up coin-op laundries," 2005:1A, Jan. 1
"North La. charity hospitals fare better," 2005:1A, May 25
"Opposition arises to bill allowing felons to work for state," 2005:4B, May 5
"Panel approves budget with teachers' pay, pet projects," 2005:4B, May 25
"Panel approves hospital tax to generate $300M," 2005:2B, June 2
"Panel OKs bill to pay wrongfully imprisoned," 2005:1B, May 12
"Panel sets stage for budget cuts," 2005:1B, October 29
"Panel suggests raise for legislative auditor," 2005:4B, March 16
"Panel votes down research cloning ban," 2005:4B, June 8
"Panel: Colleges shouldn't need legislative vote to increase tuition," 2005:1B, May 25
"Power shifts in port group selection," 2005:1B, June 7
"Proposal would raise penalties for crossing violations," 2005:1B, June 2
"Proposed law would aid financially shaky schools," 2005:2B, May 5
"Rebuilding La. in 17 days," 2005:1A, Nov. 23
"Regional fight surfaces over hurricane bailouts," 2005:7B, Nov. 13
"Requests outpace money in state construction bill," 2005:4B, May 19
"Retiree deduction compromise reached," 2005:4B, May 18
"Review commission recommends raises for state officials," 2005:1B, Feb. 22
"Sales tax holiday bills compete for attention," 2005:1A, Nov. 19
"Sales tax holiday dominates debate on eve of session's end," 2005:3A, Nov. 22
"School funding OK'd despite complaints," 2005:1B, June 23
"Schools a step closer to healthier snacking," 2005:1A, May 12
"Senate approves capital outlay bill with few changes," 2005:2B, June 21
"Senate approves change in state proerty tax law," 2005:4B, Nov. 19
"Senate committee advances changes to school funding formula," 2005:6B, Nov. 11
"Senate committee OKs bill to slice away at Stelly plan," 2005:4B, May 24
"Senate committee puts attempt to unravel Stelly plan on hold," 2005:2B, May 10
"Senate favors indigent defenders reform bill," 2005:4B, May 19
"Senate OKs bill to shift dates of primaries," 2005:2B, May 17
"Senate panel approves building-code measure," 2005:6B, Nov. 11
"Senate panel OKs retirement shakeup," 2005:1B, May 3
"Senate panel postpones hearing Gus Mijalis bill," 2005:4B, May 18
"Senate panel removes teacher raises," 2005:1B, June 18
"Senate panel wants to give DWI sentencing power back to judges," 2005:4B, May 18
"Senate redefines rainy day fund cap to get more money," 2005:4B, Nov. 19
"Senate rejects effort to lift burial policy limits," 2005:2B, June 1
"Senate reshapes teacher raises," 2005:1A, June 21
"Senate supports giving the state power over local railroad crossings," 2005:4B, June 10
"Senate test vote indicates stem cell research support," 2005:2B, May 26
"Senate tweaks criteria for TOPS scholarships," 2005:4B, Nov. 19
"Senate unsure of how many votes it needs" [majority vote], 2005:1A, May 1
"Senate votes to let Saints' deal stand," 2005:3A, May 22
"Senator's bill takes aim at Hightower," 2005:1A, May 13
"Senator's bill would protect La. child actors," 2005:5B, June 3
"Senators ask if TOPS should be restructured," 2005:1B, June 6
"Session to address 'historic challenges,'" 2005:1A, Nov. 2
"Shreveport native nears end of first session" [Hunter Greene], 2005:6B, June 12
"Stalemate brews over rainy day fund changes," 2005:7B, Nov. 20
"State gets grant to aid juvenile justice reform," 2005:2B, June 21
"State highway contracting bill struggles in committee," 2005:2B, Nov. 8
"State lawmakers irate over threat," 2005:1A, April 28
"State to look at paying the wrongfully convicted," 2005:1A, May 8
"State's education spending adjusting," 2005:1A, Nov. 21
"State's issues may carry over," 2005:3A, Nov. 7
"State's largest teachers union opposes bill," 2005:4B, March 10
"Status of 10 key issues in the special session," 2005:5A, Nov. 20
"Stelly plan working, but lawmakers want change," 2005:1B, April 8
"Stem cell research debate hits La.", 2005:1A, May 22
"Tax breaks hit a wall in budget discussion," 2005:1A, Nov. 9
"Tax-free day may become 5 if proposed bill passes," 2005:4B, Nov. 9
"Teaching, charity hospitals seek bailout," 2005:1B, Nov. 19
"The 'candy' bill," 2005:1B, June 10
"The week that was," 2005:3B, June 19
"Treen oil and gas transmission tax torpedoed," 2005:1B, June 7
"Tuition bill faces increased opposition," 2005:1B, June 4
"UL System lobbies for tax-funded pay raises," 2005:1A, June 4
"Watered-down Schiavo bill passed," 2005:3B, June 16
"Wrongfully convicted bill passed," 2005:1B, June 21
Louisiana-Methodists
"Methodists to move 23 ministers to new positions," 2005:1B, June 9
Louisiana-Prisons
"Bill and report aim to close two Louisiana juvenile prisons," 2005:1B, June 1
"Chapels represent change in maximum-security prison," 2005:1A, Jan. 22
"Cravins drops bill to close 2 La. juvenile jails," 2005:2B, June 2
"Foundation to place national emphasis on building chapels at prisons," 2005:1A, Jan. 23
"Prison officials watch rising Mississippi River with wary eye," 2005:3B, Jan. 26
"Visit to state prison reinforces message: Violence no answer," 2005:1B, August 22
Louisiana-Tech
"Dow's top engineer earns doctorate from La. Tech 30 years later," 2005:5B, Nov. 21
"Fraternity guilty of hazing, panel says," 2005:1B, Feb. 3
"Tech graduates 872 degrees at spring commencement," 2005:4B, May 30
"University confers 372 diplomas," 2005:2B, March 7
Loyloa College Prep
"Three inducted into Loyola Hall of Honor," 2005:2B, Nov. 6
LSU-Baton Rouge
"Friends, family toast newsman, public servant" [Don Owen], 2005:1B, Feb. 19
"Library Starbucks plan grind nerves of some students," 2005:4B, Aug. 1
"LSU lures top scientist with fiber-optic hookup," 2005:3B, August 29
"LSU unveils IBM supercomputer," 2005:4B, August 4
"Students help organize Highland Center Library," 2005:1B, May 19
LSU-Board of Supervisors
"Hospital collection plan stirs criticism," 2005:1A, April 14
"Hospitals stop paying attorneys to collect fees," 2005:1A, April 11
LSU-Health Sciences Center
"Area children already have access to medical care" [Letter to editor], 2005:7I, Jan. 2
"Community program uses new approach to tackle diabetes," 2005:1B, May 14
"Court orders LSUHSC-Shreveport to pay" [Driscoll, Dr. Peter], 2005:4B, Jan. 20
"Doctor uses Botox to treat vocal chord irritations," 2005:1A, June 7
"Expanded Children's Center could open next summer," 2005:6B, Feb. 26
"For the love of medicine," 2005:1B, Jan. 19
"Fund-raiser pairs researchers with lay people," 2005:1D, April 18
"Heart transplant program closer to reactivation," 2005:1A, August 18
"Heart transplants to resume with hiring of surgeon," 2005:1A, April 27
"Hospital staffers provide medical services to evacuees," 2005:1B, September 2
"Hospitals full; EMS goes into 'overload,'" 2005:1A, Feb. 11
"Hospitals stop paying attorneys to collect fees," 2005:1A, April 11
"La. legislature to hear measure to grant LSUHSC separate legal status," 2005:4B, May 6
"LSUHSC confers graduate degrees on 118 students," 2005:2B, May 29
"LSUHSC faces lack of funds," 2005:1A, May 10
"LSUHSC out of money for AIDS drugs," 2005:1A, May 26
"LSUHSC seeks state help in opeing clinic," 2005:1A, May 11
"LSUNSC co-workers among leaders in Lighten Up Louisiana challenge," 2005:2B, Feb. 3
"Med student hopes to improve implant," 2005:1A, May 11
"Medical students find out residency destinations," 2005:1B, March 18
"North La. charity hospitals fare better," 2005:1A, May 25
"Officials try to increase children's state health insurance enrollment," 2005:1A, March 1
"Pediatricians mull options on hospital," 2005:1A, Jan. 28
"Psychiatric patients fill ER," 2005:1A, Jan. 2
"Region's trauma center seeks funding for second surgeon," 2005:8B, Sept. 22
"Selber building donated to LSUMSC," 2005:1A, Feb. 5
"Two new services offered at Feist-Weiller Cancer Center," 2005:6B, March 17
LSUS
"6-year-old refugee has a sheltered birthday" [Katrina], 2005:5A, August 31
"Americans enjoy success at LSUS weightlifting event," 2005:3C, June 26
"Annual economic outlook conference to get 'creative," 2005:6B, Feb. 16
"Auditions scheduled for comedy at LSUS," 2005:3D, March 22
"Auditions to be held for 'Passing' at LSUS," 2005:2D, July 19
"Boating safety courses encouraged," 2005:1B, May 18
"Body mass index," 2005:1D, July 22
"College isn't just for collegiates anymore," 2005:5K, April 17
"Conference zeroes in on strategies for future job growth," 2005:6B, Feb. 24
"Cool baseball exhibit," 2005:3C, July 1
"Downs syndrome group to hold walk at LSUS," 2005:4B, October 15
"Evacuee numbers decline at shelters," 2005:1A, Sept. 13
"Evacuees at LSUS continue to cope," 2005:1B, September 4
"Filmmaker to host 'Outside Sales' premiere at LSUS," 2005:3D, Dec. 13
"Finding your inner artists" [continuing education], 2005:5M, May 1
"'Five Women Wearing the Same Dress' to open," 2005:3D, May 3
"Forum focuses on state health care reform," 2005:1B, April 10
"Group seeks to broaden hiring, firing practices," 2005:1B, July 11
"Health fair scheduled today on LSUS campus," 2005:4B, Nov. 3
"Helping hands reach out to soothe hurting hearts" [Katrina], 2005:1A, August 31
"Huntington and LSUS partner on magnet program," 2005:1B, Nov. 17
"Hurricane postpones LSUS' new online offering," 2005:1B, Sept. 12
"International weightlifting event comes to LSUS," 2005:3C, June 224
"'Johnstown Vindicator' auditions to be at LSUS," 2005:4D, May 11
"'Johnstown Vindicator' to open at LSUS," 2005:2D, August 23
"L.A. author to offer advice about writing," 2005:1D, April 5
"Lady Demons' get defensive against LSUS," 2005:4C, Dec. 15
"Lady Pilots hold off Tougaloo, 76-71," 2005:6C, Feb. 18
"Lady Pilots stun 10th-ranked Xavier," 2005:4C, Feb. 11
"LaPrep students choose math, engineering classes," 2005:1B, June 23
"Late run lifts LSUS to win over Dillard" [Pilots], 2005:2C, Jan. 28
"Leonard, Mary Anne Selber toasted at Riverbend Revue," 2005:2D, Sept. 18
"Little-known Payne stands out for LSUS" [Pilots], 2005:1C, Jan. 27
"Local author to appear on 'Wild West Tech'" [Joiner, Gary], 2005:2B, May 24
"Local historian to tackle 'Wild West Tech' issues" [Joiner, Gary], 2005:1B, Jan. 10
"Locals to screen their independent film Thursday at LSUS," 2005:3B, Dec. 21
"LSUS adds ex-Byrd standout to roster" [Blankenship, Kyle], 2005:3C, April 20
"LSUS debuts new attractions at Fall Fest," 2005:1B, October 29
"LSUS falls to Dillard" [Pilots], 2005:3C, March 4
"LSUS gives graduates new path to classroom," 2005:1B, Dec. 5
"LSUS group seeks feedback on trail," 2005:1B, July 1
"LSUS Maddox named Player fo the Week," 2005:5C, March 17
"LSUS men ready for conference tourney," 2005:4C, March 2
"LSUS men take aim at conference title," 2005:3C, Feb. 26
"LSUS Pilots cruise to victory," 2005:1C, May 11
"LSUS Pilots look to peak at right time," 2005:3C, May 4
"LSUS Pilots rank as one of nation's best," 2005:1C, Nov. 2
"LSUS Pilots sweeps Paul Quinn in doubleheader," 2005:3C, April 13
"LSUS points to next season after loss," 2005:2C, May 15
"LSUS presents version of 'Summer Dreams,'" 2005:3D, April 12
"LSUS program rises rapidly," 2005:3C, March 13
"LSUS ready for tough stretch" [Pilots], 2005:4C, Nov. 10
"LSUS recognizes high school seniors," 2005:2B, Feb. 26
"LSUS seeks male to fill role in 'Vindicator,'" 2005:4D, July 20
"LSUS to host poet, author H.R. Coursen," 2005:2D, Feb. 15
"LSUS to offer noncredit series online," 2005:2B, August 28
"LSUS Youth Day offers a reality check for students," 2005:6B, August 12
"Metropolitan Concert Band to play at LSUS," 2005:3D, Nov. 29
"New LSUS degree mixes computing, business," 2005:4B, August 29
"New novelist to come home to share story," 2005:1D, July 21
"New-look Pilots out to capture old glory," 2005:4C, Feb. 1
"Nonprofit conference to focus on leadership," 2005:6B, March 17
"Northwestern holds off Pilots," 2005:1C, Dec. 15
"Not for women only" [Marsala's breast cancer], 2005:1D, Dec. 18
"Nurse training need spurs nightime LSUS programs," 2005:6B, August 20
"Old School" [David Walker Pilot], 2005:1C, Jan. 16
"One-on-one education" [School-university partners], 2005:1A, Feb. 28
"'Passing' set to open this weekend at LSUS," 2005:6D, September 7
"Pilot of the Year dinner is Sept. 7" [Leonard&Mary Anne Selber], 2005:1D, July 24
"Pilots, Demons to clash at Prather," 2005:1C, Dec. 14
"Pilots clinces conference title," 2005:8C, April 17
"Pilots crash in NAIA Tournament," 2005:1C, March 19
"Pilots cruise to victory in opener," 2005:1C, Nov. 3
"Pilots fall in first game of conference tournament," 2005:5C, May 5
"Pilots fall to Huskies," 2005:1C, April 20
"Pilots grab wild win over Tougaloo," 2005:6C, Feb. 18
"Pilots hold on for victory," 2005:2C, May 1
"Pilots knock off No. 1 seed," 2005:1C, May 13
"Pilots ready for takeoff in NAIA tournament," 2005:1C, May 10
"Pilots start quest for NAIA title," 2005:1C, March 17
"Pilots stay alive in regional," 2005:1C, May 14
"Pioneer Heritage documents women in agriculture," 2005:4D, May 14
"Prestigious grant funds two projects at LSUS," 2005:5B, October 25
"Project SCI FI helping area teachers to become qualified," 2005:1A, June 17
"Purdy, Kenneth," 2005:3B, April 21
"Red Cross shelter filling up," 2005:1B, August 29
"Red-hot Flames down Pilots in NAIA regional," 2005:1C, May 12
"Speaker urges students to maintain momentum" [LaPREP], 2005:1B, July 23
Lutheran Church
"Lutheran churches may merge," 2005:1A, March 11

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Mahogany Ensemble Theater
"New group could help propel black theater," 2005:1D, Nov. 22
Malone, Sen. Max
"Malone's effort to force local vote on hotel fails," 2005:1B, June 9
"Malone's public bid bill approved," 2005:4B, May 18
Mansfield, La.
"Air Force: Devices not theirs," 2005:1B, Feb. 15
"Deadly railroad crossing to receive unexpected upgrade," 2005:1B, June 21
"DeSoto says no to trailers" [FEMA], 2005:1B, Nov. 15
"Economic benefit of Civil War battlefield to be determined," 2005:1B, May 23
"Felon's firefighting comes to quick end," 2005:1A, April 21
"Group speaks out against Mansfield annexationn plan," 2005:1B, March 15
"Groups: Mining operation exceeded limits," 2005:2B, June 9
"Layoffs feared as IP considers new maintenance contract," 2005:2B, October 27
"Mansfield aldermen want some answers," 2005:4B, August 10
"Mansfield annexation request attract pro, con comments," 2005:1A, March 8
"Mansfield approves FEMA trailers," 2005:1A, Nov. 29
"Mansfield company changes ownership, keeps employees," 2005:6B, April 7
"Mansfield employee resigns after being fired and rehired," 2005:1A, June 21
"Mansfield leaders deny request for annexation," 2005:1B, March 29
"Mansfield officials at odds during discussion of audit," 2005:1B, August 24
"Mansfield water line upgrade viewed as growth tool," 2005:1B, Dec. 12
"Mayor orders fired worker back to job," 2005:1B, June 14
"Mayor says he did not violate law," 2005:1B, June 20
"Military devices found in yard," 2005:1A, Feb. 14
"New company to manage the maintance at Mansfield mill," 2005:2B, Dec. 5
"Panel reverses vote on trailers," 2005:1B, Dec. 13
"Rural shelters begin closing doors as numbers decline" [Katrina], 2005:3A, October 11
Many, La.
"Town faces citations, fines over sewage spill," 2005:1B, October 15
Mardi Gras
"Association to discuss Mardi Gras parade route," 2005:5B, Feb. 18
"Barkus and Meoux strools through A.C. Steere Park," 2005:1B, Jan. 31
"Centaur king rides personal 'roller coaster' through Mardi Gras," 2005:1A, Jan. 26
"D.C. Mardi Gras called off for first time since 1953," 2005:4B, October 19
"Gemini draws natives, newcomers," 2005:1A, Feb. 6
"Gemini ready to roll in style," 2005:10E, Feb. 4
"Highland parade keeps it funky," 2005:11E, Feb. 4
"Krewe of Aesclepius to hold parades on Fat Tuesday," 2005:3B, Feb. 7
"Krewe of Centaur parade rolls through cold weather," 2005:1A, Jan. 31
"Krewe of Highland parade rolls down longer route," 2005:1B, Feb. 7
"Krewes seek throws for children in Iraq," 2005:1A, Jan. 28
"Krewes will come together for Arepo ball," 2005:1D, Jan. 31
"Majority of Broadmoor residents don't want parade route changed," 2005:1A, Feb. 23
"Make no bones about it" [Krewe of Barkus & Meoux], 2005:1D, Nov. 17
"Mardi Gras gets roling in the area," 2005:1A, Jan. 5
"Mardi Gras krewes plan military tributes," 2005:5B, Dec. 4
"Mardi Gras parade miff some residents," 2005:1A, Feb. 3
"Mardi Gras parade organizers stress family atmosphere," 2005:1A, Feb. 2
"Neighborhood to hold Mardi Gras" [Horseshoe Estates Bossier], 2005:2B, Jan. 15
"Parade outlook: Dry, cool and fun," 2005:1B, Jan. 29
"Parades highlight weekend," 2005:1A, Feb. 5
"Quartet of parades moves Mardi Gras season along," 2005:1B, Jan. 23
"Season's 1st Mardi Gras parade brightens Queensborough," 2005:1B, Jan. 9
"Sobek takes to the streets," 2005:12E, Jan. 7
"Travel around the world with the Krewe of Centaur," 2005:10E, Jan. 28
"Youth krewe gets into spirit of Mardi Gras," 2005:1B, Feb. 2
Marjorie Lyons Playhouse
"'Aristocats' an evening of delightful characters," 2005:3B, May 14
"Buseick bids farewell," 2005:1D, April 12
"Dancers interpret interests" [Escaped Images], 2005:3D, March 1
"Don Hooper, ready to rebuild," 2005:1D, May 10
"'Errors' makes all the right moves," 2005:4D, July 16
"Local theaters play to audience appetites," 2005:1D, August 23
"'Macbeth' comes to MLP," 2005:1D, July 5
"MLP to hold auditions for Shakespeare plays," 2005:3D, May 3
"MLP's 'Distance' is a drama where caged losers rage," 2005:3B, Feb. 19
"MLP's 'Macbeth' offers stirring insight into ruler," 2005:3B, July 9
"Patric's farewell," 2005:1D, Feb. 15
"Shadespeare light: 'Comedy of Errors,'" 2005:3D, July 5
"The Dresser' wears its drama well," 2005:4D, April 16
"'Wildebeest' hums with haunting beauty," 2005:4D, Nov. 5
"'Wildebeest' to premiere at Marjorie Lyons," 2005:1D, Nov. 1
"Youth theater group to stage 'The Aristocats' at MLP," 2005:2D, May 10
Mason, B. J.
"Former local NAAP leader also remembered as spiritual mentor," 2005:4B, October13
"Obituary," 2005:3B, October13
McCormick, Dr. George
"Caddo coroner of 22 years dies," 2005:1A, Sept. 21
"Confusion clouds steps to fill void left by coroner's death," 2005:1B, Sept. 22
"Obituary," 2005:3B, Sept. 22
McCrery, Rep. Jim
"Ad attacking McCrery back on airwaves," 2005:1B, March 4
"Arcadia chicken processing plant in limbo," 2005:2B, March 29
"Bush visit creates buzz," 2005:1A, March 4
"Group blasts McCrery's Social Security position," 2005:1B, Feb. 24
"La. lawmakers still have questions" [Social Security], 2005:2A, Feb. 3
"McCrery carefully worked his way to power," 2005:1A, April 18
"McCrery donates $120,000 for facility" [Boys & Girls Club], 2005:1A, Dec. 2
"McCrery heads House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Social Security," 2005:1A, Jan. 7
"McCrery says he is not trying to privatize SS," 2005:1A, July 15
"McCrery sees BAFB, Ft. Polk prospering during base realignment," 2005:5I, Jan. 9
"McCrery wants cable TV firm to pull ad," 2005:1B, March 2
"McCrery, presents $350,000 to United Way," 2005:2B, October 5
"Panel: Fight state's image of corruption," 2005:1A, Dec. 17
"President to visit Shreveport," 2005:1A, March 3
"Protest brings Social Security debate back to Shreveport," 2005:1B, April 27
McNeill Street Pumping Station
"McNeill museum boosters focus on fund raising," 2005:1B, Jan. 3
"Students help resurrect history," 2005:1B, April 9
Meadows Museum
"Artist puts love for color, light on paper" [Hodges, Gwen Talbot], 2005:1D, June 16
"Centenary College puts focus on Tibet," 2005:1D, Jan. 30
"Exhibit brings Tibet to Shreveport," 2005:2D, Feb. 25
"Japanese crafts visit Meadows Museum," 2005:1D, Jan. 11
"Meadows Museum to host Big Fish Blowout Bash," 2005:3D, October 4
"Meadows to hold training for docents," 2005:2D, Feb. 22
"Meadows to show Japanese ceramics," 2005:1D, Nov. 8
Mijalis, Gus
"Senate panel postpones hearing Gus Mijalis bill," 2005:4B, May 18
Minden, La.
"Cultural Crossroads receives state grant," 2005:2B, August 30
"Film industry taking off in Webster," 2005:1B, October 10
"Group aims to entice film produciton to area," 2005:1A, Dec. 2
"Indigent defender board investigated," 2005:1B, July 29
"Minden festival to delve into area's Scottish culture," 2005:1B, April 9
"Minden High alumni save keepsakes from demolished building," 2005:1B, July 30
"PBS to focus on Minden's Percy Mayfield," 2005:1B, May 31
"Percy Mayfield no longer a stranger in his hometown," 2005:1B, May 12
Miss Louisiana
"Miss Shreveport crowned new Miss Louisiana" [Molly Causey], 2005:1A, June 19
Mooretown
"Group set on 'taking Mooretown back,'" 2005:1A, July 14
"'Rock of neighborhood' creates garden of love," 2005:4B, June 14
Morris, Carl Lee
"Influential oilman dies at 92," 2005:3B, July 12
"Obituary," 2005:3B, July 12
Multicultural Center of the South
"Center of attention," 2005:1D, July 7
"City property lease raises questions," 2005:1A, Jan. 24
"Multicultural Center to hold first fundraiser," 2005:1B, Dec. 28
"NWLa. celebrates culture with center's opening," 2005:1B, July 10
"Six decades of war and life" [Glenn Mason], 2005:1B, August 18
Music in Shreveport
"Blakeman's music not bound by anything," 2005:4E, Nov. 18
"Displaced artists turn to their creativity " [Steve Allen], 2005:1D, Sept. 27
"From funeral home to soundstage" [Damon Smith], 2005:4E, Dec. 2
"Gaslights pumped for Shreveport debut," 2005:4E, Sept.23
"Guitarist, Tipitina's to hold talent show," 2005:4D, August 6
"Happy to have the blues" [Dan Sanchez], 2005:13E, Nov. 11
"Ian Moore to play Sully's," 2005:5E, Nov. 11
"Kelcy Mae leaves N.O. to find the 'Positive,'" 2005:4E, Sept. 16
"Leonard Kacenjar," 2005:1D, Sept. 20
"Lightnin' Bugs to illuminate Noble Savage," 2005:4E, Dec. 16
"Local band finds its 'Satisfaction," 2005:12E, Sept. 16
"Local hip-hop musicians find spark in the everyday," 2005:12E, Sept.23
"Musical worlds collide" [Chris Alexander; Jazumin Davis], 2005:5E, Dec. 2
"Red River Children's Choir," 2005:1D, Dec. 13
"Schuler celebrates new CD," 2005:4E, Nov. 18
"Second group to perform on gospel show" [Grant Family], 2005:1B, October 24
"Show aims to put local artists in national spotlight" [Phat Traxx], 2005:1D, Dec. 2
"Shreveport native comes home with greatest hits" [Jonathan Andrews], 2005:5E, Nov. 18
"Summer Music Festival," 2005:1D, May 31
"Two more La. scratches before L.A." [Quickie Mart], 2005:5E, Dec. 16

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NAACP
"NAACP enters admissions dispute," 2005:1B, March 26
"NAACP seeks remedy in cheerleader dispute," 2005:4B, April 21
"Probe targets city loan program," 2005:1A, Feb. 13
Natchitoches, La.
"Cane River Arts and Crafts group will show work," 2005:3D, May 24
"Festival of Lights," 2005:1B, Dec. 4
"Lighting to kick off Christmas festival," 2005:1B, Nov. 18
"Natchitoches named a distinctive destination," 2005:1A, March 4
Nelson, Craig
"Scholarship planned to honor fallen hero," 2005:1A, March 13
Noel United Methodist Church
"Concert to be held at Noel," 2005:3D, Nov. 29
Northwest Louisiana Veterams Cemetery
"Veterans cemetery gets official start," 2005:1B, Dec. 10
Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home
"Bossier City breaks ground on veterans home," 2005:1A, April 16
"Groundbreaking planned Friday for veterans home," 2005:1A, April 9
"Man accused of damaging building," 2005:1B, June 5
"Vandalism case charges dropped," 2005:1B, June 9
"Vandals mar site of VA facility," 2005:1A, June 2
"Veterans home a sure bet, but skirmishes still loom," 2005:1A, April 12
"Veterans home nearly half complete," 2005:1B, Nov. 25
Northwestern State University
"Community college prepares for satellite campus at NSU," 2005:1B, June 26
"Natchitoches landmarks awarded federal funds," 2005:1B, June 26
"NSU confers 786 degrees," 2005:5B, May 15
"NSU to offer degree in historic resources," 2005:1B, October 28
"Report: Money is NSU's problem," 2005:1B, Feb. 3
Norton Art Gallery
"Easter display returns to Norton," 2005:3D, March 22
"Exhibit celebrates 'The Art of the Stamp,'" 2005:1D, May 9
"Impressionist exhibit on display at Norton," 2005:1D, Sept. 12
"New crop of Norton leaders to continue founders' vision," 2005:2B, August 25
"'Painters in Paradise' to open at Norton," 2005:2D, Nov. 29
"'Zelda by Herself' to open at Norton," 2005:3D, Feb. 15

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Obituaries
"Allred, Jean Norstrom," 2005:3B, July 30
"Bell, Lou," 2005:4B, Nov. 5
"Butcher, Joanna Van Smith," 2005:3B, June 14
"Carlton, Dr. Virigina," 2005:4B, June 16
"Fair, Dr. Harry Ellsworth," 2005:4B, Jan. 31
"Ferguson, Patsy Cherry," 2005:3B, April 9
"Giddens, Mary Brown," 2004:3B, Jan. 12
"Gilley, Jeanne Mack PhD," 2005:4B, Feb. 27
"Kyle, Frank Chesley," 2005:3B, Feb. 24
"Lagana, Sister Mary Grace," 2005:3B, October 27
"Maggio, Charles," 2005:3B, Nov. 13
"Martin, Louise Doll," 2005:3B, April 14
"McCain, Sara Jan Goins," 2005:3B, June 15
"McFarland, Dr. Harry G.", 2005:3B, Dec. 17
"Monsour, Dr. William Michael, Jr," 2005:3B, Feb. 3
"Pearce, Rev. George F.", 2005:3B, Feb. 24
"Purdy, Kenneth," 2005:3B, April 21
"Rambin, J. Howard Jr.", 2005:3B, July 6
"Sandifer, William D.", 2005:4B, October 7
"Schaff, Robert Adair," 2005:3B, May 5
"Scogin, Arlis," 2005:3B, Feb. 12
"Shaw, William Marshall Sr.," 2005:3B, April 12
"Skannalm John C.", 2005:3B, Nov. 13
"Smith, Dr. James Ernest, Jr.," 2005:3B, Jan. 5
"Smith, Lory Lendon" [Martha Ann Sibley], 2005:3B, March 4
"Todaro, Joseph Roy," 2004:3B, Jan. 12
"Tucker, Dorothy Ewing," 2005:3B, Nov. 4
"Van Osdell Jr., Benjamin Smith," 2005:3B, Nov. 29
"Woods, Father Curtis Wayne," 2005:3B, April 27
"Yarbrough, Edna," 2005:4B, April 10
"Young, Carol," 2005:4B, June 26
"Zysek, Donald C.", 2005:3B, July 6
Oil and Gas
"100-year anniversary of oil well noted," 2005:5B, March 29
"Analyst: Natural gas bills will skyrocket," 2005:1B, Nov. 29
"Area gas prices down nearly 20 cents in last two weeks," 2005:6B, Sept. 21
"Diesel fuel hits record high," 2005:1A, October 4
"Digging deeper" [industry growth], 2005:6B, Dec. 17
"Fuel prices have drivers tightening budgets," 2005:1A, March 18
"Gas prices near $2 at many stations," 2005:1A, March 16
"Gas prices pique area consumers," 2005:1A, March 17
"Offshore shutdown expected to raise fuel prices," 2005:1B, August 29
"Oil drilling up, but impact may be slight," 2005:8B, June 9
"Oil prices hit $70 a barrel as production stops" [Katrina], 2005:6B, August 31
"Oil prices hit record $56 a barrel," 2005:6B, March 17
"Possible natural gas shortage looming," 2005:6B, Sept. 14
"Shutdown to lead to higher oil prices," 2005:5B, August 30
"White House may give La. money for new drilling," 2005:1B, July 24
Oil City, La
"Christmas sculptures donated to celebration" [Dub Allen], 2005:1B, Nov. 28
"Sculptures bring new light to Oil City festival," 2005:5E, Dec. 2
Overton Brooks VA Medical Center
"Former POWs receive accolades for service," 2005:1B, April 9
"Local doctor leading national study on cancer prevention" [Vikas Khurana], 2005:1B, August 6
"VA secretary presents human, humane image," 2005:1B, October 6
"VA secretary sees challenges, heroism" [55th Anniversary], 2005:1B, October 5
"Veterans concerned over VA dental future," 2005:1A, Nov. 25

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Page, Frank
"A Page out of history," 2005:1B, Jan. 25
"Frank Page steps into Walk of Stars," 2005:1B, August 20
"Page's loyalty, professionalism deserve honor," 2005:3I, August 21
Palmer, Mamie
"Lontime community activist dead at 81," 2005:1B, March 15
Patterson, Leroy
"Funeral home giant trained many in the business," 2005:2B, Dec. 3
Performing Arts Center
"3rd Annual Shreveport Jewish Film Festival," 2005:1D, Jan. 25
"Academy of Children's Theatre to stage 'Little Women' at PAC," 2005:2D, Dec. 13
"Box office now open for 'Singin' in the Rain,'" 2005:3D, July 5
"'Broadway Dreams' comes to Texas Street," 2005:2D, Sept. 20
"'From the Heart of Port City' to open at PAC," 2005:2D, May 3
"'H.M. S. Pinafore' to be staged at PAC," 2005:3D, March 1
"Jewish Film Festival showcases diversity," 2005:5E, Feb. 18
"Musical is funny only sometimes," 2005:3B, May 1
"'Pinafore' drifts with no clear direction," 2005:3B, March 6
"'Red River Revue' to open this week," 2005:2D, Nov. 8
"'Singin' in the Rain' to open at PAC," 2005:2D, July 12
"Spirited cast floats 'Singin' in the Rain,'" 2005:4D, July 16
Perkins, George
"Obituary," 2005:3B, Feb. 11
"Oldest former Marine dies," 2005:1A, Feb. 10
"Oldest Marine laid to rest," 2005:1B, Feb. 13
Personalities
"Andrews, Winzer & Vivian," 2005:1D, April 10
"Edmiston, Bobby & Stephanie," 2005:1D, April 10
"Former engineer rediscovers long lost steam engine" [Richard, Donald Joseph], 2005:1B, April 14
"Glass, Dr. Johnathan & Jane Crandell," 2005:3D, April 10
"Local banker shoots straight with gun lore" [Bruce Canfield], 2005:6B, April 15
"Scott, Jerry & Felecia Williams," 2005:3D, April 10
"Shreveport native to head classical music division" [Gilbert Hetherwick], 2005:8B, April 15
Peter Pan Players
"'Aladdin' casts a clumsy spell," 2005:4B, August 19
"Beauty and the Beast," 2005:1D, Dec. 20
"'Beauty' makes its mark for Peter Pan Players," 2005:4B, Dec. 28
"PPP announces its 32nd season," 2005:2D, May 10
"PPP to stage 'Aladdin,'" 2005:3D, July 5
"PPP to stage 'Aladdin' at MLP," 2005:2D, August 16
"Theater group changes show dates, prices," 2005:2D, August 2
"Tickets now available for 'The AristoCats,'" 2005:3D, May 3
"Yough acting group sets 'Oklahoma' auditions," 2005:3D, May 24
"Young actors help kids get the message," 2005:1D, August 16
"Youth theater group uses art to raise money," 2005:2D, Jan. 6
Peyton, Thomas
"Dress shop owner recalled as devoted family man," 2005:4B, August 13
"Obituary," 2005:3B, August 13
Philadelphia Center
"Passage to India' leads benefit to its 15th year," 2005:10E, July 22
Pioneer Heritage Center
"L.A. author to offer advice about writing," 2005:1D, April 5
Plain Dealing, LA
"Plain-spoken, longtime mayor of Plain Dealing dies at 91" [Leon Sanders], 2005:2B, Jan. 1
"Residents near Plain Dealing to get better sewerage system," 2005:1A, June 13
"Some Plain Dealing homes to be tied into water system," 2005:1B, Jan. 6
Port of Shreveport-Bossier
"1,200 and counting," 2005:1I, June 26
"240 jobs headed to port," 2005:1A, May 28
"Caddo to consider offering Steelscape 20% of tax credit," 2005:1A, August 18
"Director of port resigns; interim director named," 2005:5B, July 12
"Director of port to resign," 2005:8B, June 30
"Effort to change Port Commission membership draws opposition locally," 2005:1B, June 5
"England named director of port," 2005:1B, October 11
"Group seeks to appeal decision on truck stop," 2005:3B, June 16
"Port expands agreement with logistics company," 2005:6B, April 8
"Some waterway traffic stalled," 2005:6B, August 31
"Steelscape job fair to be held here today," 2005:4B, Nov. 10
"Steelscape not denied tax rebate, Caddo says," 2005:1A, August 19
Private Schools
"2 local schools earn SACS accreditation," 2005:1B, May 7
"Caddo Parish's newest private school hopes to expand" [Indian Hills], 2005:1B, May 1
"Calvery Baptist Academy graduates first class in 20 years," 2005:1A, May 22
"Career academies encourage in-depth exploration at Evangel," 2005:1B, May 15
"Creative thinking contest challenges local students" [First Baptist], 2005:2B, May 29
"Divine pursuit," 2005:1B, Sept. 20
"Geologist fines the spill on oil" [First Baptist: Roger Maxwell], 2005:1B, Nov. 28
"Larry Brandon to assume management of school" [University Christian], 2005:1A, Feb. 26
"Local private schools pick up about 700 students" [Katrina], 2005:1B, Sept. 13
"Partnership offers new life for private school" [University Christian], 2005:1B, March 1
"St. Joseph children raising funds to help others" [Mary Catherine Wellman], 2005:1A, Feb. 26
"St. Joseph students test handicapped access at school," 2005:1B, Feb. 18
Providence House
"Bowling, Providence House style," 2005:1B, April 1
"Child-care program in need of funding," 2005:1A, July 22
"Civic group plead their case to the City Council," 2005:1B, Nov. 8
"Providence House does business with a double bottom line," 2005:6B, Nov. 23
"Providence House hires new director" [Kathy Jiles], 2005:3B, March 29
"Providence House in for a computer windfall," 2005:1B, July 13
"Providence House leader to direct Highland Center" [Brandy McNeil], 2005:1B, Feb. 17
"Providence House moves 70 families into community" [Katrina], 2005:1A, September 9
"Sisters graduate together from Providence House," 2005:1A, March 18

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Queensborough
"Season's 1st Mardi Gras parade brightens Queensborough," 2005:1B, January 9
"Sobek takes to the streets" [Mardi Gras Krewe], 2005:12E, January 7

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Railroads
"Historic iron horse to puff into Shreveport," 2005:1B, April 10
"Steam blast from the past," 2005:1B, April 12
Red River
"Bass Tournament to return to Red," 2005:7M, May 1
"Public meetings likely this summer" [Lock and Dams], 2005:6B, Feb. 26
"Triathleties to try the Red," 2005:1B, June 3
Red River District
"All hail the mouth harpists," 2005:5E, Sept.23
"Comedians stand up for Food Bank," 2005:5E, Sept.23
"District gets new tenant" [Santa Maria BBQ], 2005:6B, Jan. 5
"James Burton's guitar festival slated for August," 2005:4B, April 14
"Security kiosk may open this summer," 2005:1B, Feb. 28
"What's going on in the District?", 2005:2M, May 1
Red River Parish
"Economy, tourism one and the same in Red River Parish," 2005:1B, April 10
"FEMA trailers scattered in rural parishes," 2005:1A, Dec. 18
"Homeland security," 2005:1a, May 3
"Red River Parish chamber snags Blanco as speaker," 2005:1B, Feb. 23
Red River Revel
"Kidding around at the Revel," 2005:1D, October 6
"Performers fall in line for Red River Revel," 2005:1B, August 23
"Rains mark Revel's last day," 2005:1B, October 9
"Red River Revel 30," 2005:14E, Sept. 30
"Red River Revel readies to roll," 2005:1A, Sept. 28
"Revel brings art, music to life," 2005:1B, October 4
"Revel brings storm relief," 2005:1B, October 2
"Revel thinking big for next year," 2005:6B, October 7
"Rollin on the river," 2005:1B, October 1
"Schedule," 2005:1B, October 3
"Shepherd to headline the Revel," 2005:1B, May 24
"Taiko showcases heartbeat of Japan," 2005:12E, October 7
Red River Waterway Commission
"Bossier Parish awaits lock and dam study before taking sides," 2005:4B, Jan. 20
"Funding, riverbed problems could delay planned marina," 2005:1A, March 10
River City Repertory Theatre
"Building a good Rep," 2005:1D, Nov. 8
"Professional theater to open in Shreveport's arts district," 2005:4B, Sept. 22
Roads
"Airline Drive project speeding along," 2005:1B, October 23
"Airline Drive widening causes traffic concerns," 2005:1A, May 2
"Asphalt instead of concrete may be used for Youree Drive," 2005:1A, March 30
"Benton Road overpass costs climbing," 2005:2B, October 1
"Bossier awaits federal funds for roads," 2005:2B, March 19
"Bossier Parish roads on list for repairs," 2005:1A, Jan. 3
"Construction planned for Airline Drive in July," 2005:5B, June 16
"Cost of Bossier City overpass rises by another $3.8 million," 2005:1B, August 31
"Filming to impact traffic on Texas Street," 2005:3B, October 17
"Legislators' staff to experience traffic," 2005:2B, Feb. 19
"More funds sought for Louisiana roads," 2005:3A, Jan. 28
"Much of Airline Drive's 5 lanes open," 2005:1B, Nov. 10
"Plans for Bossier City interchange move forward," 2005:1B, March 30
"Project expected to ease traffic flow," 2005:1B, Sept. 18
"Shreveport eliminating speed bumps," 2005:1A, August 17
"Shreveport will not yield on traffic improvements," 2005:1A, Jan. 24
"Shreveport's Fant parkway shoulders repairs," 2005:1B, Dec. 22
"Straighter Caplis-Sligo Road in the works," 2005:2B, May 21
"Work toward Benton Road overpass now can be seen," 2005:1A, August 6
"Youree reconstruction a concern as cuts loom," 2005:1A, Nov. 3
Robinson Film Center
"City decides fate of groups in budget cuts," 2005:1A, Dec. 14
"Film Center benefit to feature music, film," 2005:4D, June 15
"Film Center to honor screenwriter Robert Harling," 2005:2B, April 20
"Film industry wants to attract interest of business community," 2005:6B, Nov. 10
"Hollywood producer mentors film club," 2005:1A, July 1
"Local film center hires new executive director," 2005:2B, Sept. 14
"NW La. ripe for film productions," 2005:1A, August 21
"Traveling art shows," 2005:1D, October 11
"Work of area filmmakers to air on LPB," 2005:11D, August 26
"Young filmmakers get film center's support," 2005:4D, June 8
Robinson, Eddie
"Make Robinson museum a reality" [editorial], 2005:7A, Jan. 26
Roemer, Buddy
"Former governors ask for more oversight" [Katrina], 2005:3B, Sept. 15

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Sci-Port Discovery Center
"Al Najjar," 2005:1D, Jan. 2
"Gross exhibit not stuffy," 2005:1B, Jan. 23
"PlastiVan offers facts, hands-on experiments," 2005:1B, Sept. 10
"Saturn adventure to be subject of talks at Sci-port Discovery Center," 2005:1B, Jan. 14
"Sci-Port kicks off summer with 'Top Speed'," 2005:7M, May 1
"Sci-Port ready to space out," 2005:1A, Nov. 27
"Sci-Port space activities begin today at center," 2005:4D, June 8
"Sci-Port to explore 'Flavors of Louisiana'," 2005:4D, Nov. 19
"Sci-Port's expansion plan reaches into space," 2005:2B, Feb. 24
"Science at the speed of bikes," 2005:1B, July 24
"Series offers lessons on the Science of Santa," 2005:1B, Dec. 19
"Spring Academy exposes youths to science early to spark interest," 2005:1B, April 28
"Tour de sky!", 2005:1D, June 23
Shepherd, Kenny
"Local guitarist proposes to Mel Gibson's daughter," 2005:1B, March 16
"Music, film industry growth targeted," 2005:6B, July 29
"Shepherd to headline the Revel," 2005:1B, May 24
Shreve Memorial Library
"Art beings community to Hollywood/Union Branch," 2005:1D, June 24
"Caddo increases tax rates for library, Biomed," 2005:4B, August 19
"Discussion sessions set at library," 2005:2D, March 17
"Expert unravels stitches to freedom," 2005:1B, August 14
"Ground broken for larger Atkins branch library," 2005:4B, June 17
"Holidays of different cultures on display at Broadmoor Library," 2005:1B, Dec. 6
"Jazz photography exhibit to open Friday," 2005:4B, Jan. 25
"Library celebrates national Poetry Month," 2005:3D, April 12
"Library launches series about Louisiana history," 2005:4B, March 31
"Library to hold its annual book sale," 2005:1D, April 14
"Many find bargains at book sale," 2005:1B, April 18
"Pre-GED program targets adults with low reading levels," 2005:1B, March 13
"Publisher to honor late Southern authors," 2005:8D, July 10
"Reading program begins," 2005:1D, June 9
"Returned books yield unexpected treasures," 2005:1B, May 24
"Southern writers honored at reception," 2005:1B, July 18
"Virus knocks library off the Internet," 2005:1B, Jan. 28
Shreve, Capt. Henry Miller
"Shreve family reunion still on, but smaller," 2005:1B, June 27
Shreveport-Airport Authority
"Council asked to intervene in airport dispute," 2005:1A, April 5
"ExpressJet continues to grow," 2005:1A, March 15
"Northwest begins new local service," 2005:5B, May 3
"Proposed airline would have hub at New Orleans," 2005:6B, April 8
Shreveport-Bossier Community Renewal
"Adult Renewal Academy produces its first graduates," 2005:1B, May 25
"Children get lesson in helping others," 2005:1B, June 24
"Community Renewal wins national award," 2005:2B, August 2
"Construction begins on Friendship House," 2005:1A, June 18
"Group hopes cities are known for caring," 2005:2B, May 18
"Housing project begins for evacuees in area," 2005:1A, Nov. 15
Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau
"Annual trial of lights adds new features," 2005:1B, October 27
"Friedley again quits under fire" [Ruston], 2005:1B, Nov. 2
"Hospitality, tourism professionals honored," 2005:6B, May 6
"Official: More money needed," 2005:6B, Jan. 20
"Tourism campaign features state sights," 2005:5B, Jan. 24
"Tourism conference returns to area," 2005:5B, Jan. 17
"Tourism wek will target locals," 2005:5B, May 3
Shreveport-Chamber of Commerce
"Bodybuilder heads into Walk of Stars" [Ryland-Miller], 2005:1C, June 11
"Development fund will rely on local, national partnership," 2005:6B, Jan. 14
"Local small businesses honored at Chamberfest," 2005:8B, June 17
Shreveport-City Council
"11 contend for seat on Shreveport City Council," 2005:1B, October 1
"Abondoned crane hauled away from neighborhood," 2005:1B, Jan. 14
"Amendments cloud proposed smoking ban," 2005:1A, Apirl 26
"Animal control law OK'd despite opposition," 2005:1B, Sept.23
"Arts funds may be on chopping block," 2005:1A, Dec. 13
"Authorities expecting smokers to comply," 2005:1a, May 3
"Budget process turns attention to city's needs," 2005:1A, October 23
"Budget takes a hit for fire pensions," 2005:1A, Feb. 8
"City budget could leave area groups strapped," 2005:1A, July 12
"City considers water cutoff for chronic code violators," 2005:1A, March 7
"City Council delays vote on tax renewal election," 2005:1A, October 26
"City Council OKs truck stop" [Market Street], 2005:1A, Nov. 9
"City decides fate of groups in budget cuts," 2005:1A, Dec. 14
"City finalizing plan for shotgun houses," 2005:1A, July 25
"City may write off 'uncollectible' debt of property violators," 2005:1A, March 15
"City officials find something's amiss in smoking ban," 2005:1B, April 12
"City OKs alcohol at Bellemead," 2005:1B, March 9
"City smoking ban proposal put on hold for two weeks," 2005:1A, April 13
"Civic groups plead their case to the City Council," 2005:1B, Nov. 8
"Co-owner of teen club pulls out of business" [Players Club], 2005:4B, Feb. 26
"Commissioner and councilman plan town hall meeting" [District 6], 2005:1B, August 7
"Contractors leery of city's hotel project," 2005:1B, April 27
"Council again eyes District D selection," 2005:5B, October 20
"Council asked to intervene in airport dispute," 2005:1A, April 5
"Council authorizes hotel contract," 2005:1B, May 25
"Council chairman moves for vote delay" [Convention Hotel], 2005:1B, Feb. 22
"Council denies funding for Southern Hills Business group," 2005:1B, Aug. 1
"Council fills District D seat," 2005:1A, October 21
"Council gives resolution the silent treatment" [quiet time penalty], 2005:1B, Jan. 26
"Council hears plea for help with crime" [Cedar Grove], 2005: 1B, June 28
"Council looks for response to false alarms," 2005:2B, July 26
"Council OKs water hookups," 2005:4B, October 12
"Council seat still vacant," 2005:1A, October 19
"Council to consider 'crow flies' ordinance on alcohol," 2005:1B, August 9
"Council to decide if hens can stay," 2005:1B, Nov. 28
"Council to vote on controlling vicious dogs," 2005:1B, May 10
"Council vacancy in limbo," 2005:1A, October 5
"Council works toward harmonious convergence," 2005:1A, March 3
"Council: Rate increase stands," 2004:1B, Jan. 12
"Councilman (Gibson) files complaint against Police Dept.", 2005:1B, Sept. 27
"Councilman believes some water bills estimated," 2005:1A, April 25
"Councilman Hogan says vote on hotel not for gain," 2005:1A, June 15
"Councilman Lester pushes tax cut to boost business," 2005:1B, June 16
"Councilman's actions draw complaint" [Mike Gibson], 2005:1B, March 8
"Councilman's troubles linger" [Calvin Lester], 2005:1A, August 26
"Councilmen seek tougher penalties for property violations," 2005:1B, May 19
"Councilmen to break bread, focus on improving relations," 2005:4B, March 2
"Course to be dedicated to Jerry Tim Brooks," 2005:1B, May 26
"'Crow flies' law killed by council," 2005:1B, August 10
"Cruising debate heads to Shreve City," 2005:1A, May 10
"Debate smolders over proposed smoking ban," 2005:1A, April 10
"Ex-councilman cleared on ethics complaint" [MIke Gibson], 2005:1B, Nov. 15
"Fair Share omission noted in hotel deal," 2005:1A, July 27
"Gibson's resignation from council official," 2005:1A, October 11
"Group aims to stamp out homelessness," 2005:1A, Feb. 22
"Hotel Trust Authority will remain in place for now," 2005:1B, April 7
"Huckaby Avenue issue revived," 2005:1B, August 23
"Law to govern vicious dogs postponed," 2005:4B, May 11
"Legal issues cloud Givson's exit," 2005:1B, Sept. 28
"Local smoking ban lights up questions," 2005:1A, April 28
"Locals defind pit bulls as council debates law," 2005:1A, May 16
"Mayor has asked City Council for additional $600,000," 2005:1A, May 31
"N. Market truck stop is headed for appeal," 2005:6B, October 26
"Name change violates city law, judge rules" [Huckaby Road], 2005:1B, March 2
"Neighborhoods bloom thanks to city program," 2005:1A, April 14
"Neighbors cry foul over fowl in Highland area," 2005:1A, Nov. 14
"Novice hopes to bring fresh, clean approach to council" [Robertson, Cindy], 2005:1A, October 24
"Official pushes water rate cap," 2005:1A, Feb. 15
"Official questions Shreveport's emergency preparedness," 2005:3B, Nov. 9
"Official: Repeal of water rate increase could spur layoffs," 2005:1A, Jan. 5
"Officials pray for end to violence," 2005:1B, July 13
"Outgoing councilman plans to force election" [Gibson], 2005:1B, Sept. 13
"Parking violators may face electronic meters, more fines," 2005:1A, June 6
"Proposed funds may ease residential flooding," 2005:1A, May 5
"Proposed smoking ban compromise weighed," 2005:1B, April 20
"Proposed smoking ban ignites heated discussions," 2005:1A, March 19
Shreveport-City Government
"$39.2M is owed to city," 2005:1A, May 22
"Accountants: Whitaker Construction could have survived," 2005:1A, Jan. 21
"Adjudicated properties shortchange city, parish coffers," 2005:1A, Jan. 6
"Another water rate increase on tap in Shreveport," 2005:1A, Nov. 25
"Audit cites flaws in upkeep program" [code enforcement], 2005:1B, June 29
"Audit finds cash shortage in city permits office," 2005:1A, May 6
"Audit finds mistake led to rise in water rates," 2005:1A, March 7
"Bankrupt contractor takes city to court," 2005:1A, Jan. 16
"Bioset says it warned city of 'imminent' demise," 2005:1A, April 28
"Chairman yet to pay city loan" [Roderick Caston], 2005:1A, Feb. 17
"City claims firm defrauded it," 2005:1B, Dec. 22
"City files appeal of stadium upgrade judgment" [Whitaker Const.], 2005:2B, Feb. 11
"City looks to beef up code enforcement," 2005:1A, Jan. 31
"City plans to appeal decision" [Whitaker], 2005:1A, Feb. 16
"City workers still hope for better pay, representation," 2005:1A, July 26
"Class-action status of claim against Shreveport denied," 2005:1B, September 3
"Hamel's Park won't be used for evacuees," 2005:1B, October 7
"Investigators subpoena city landfill records," 2005:1A, August 28
"Jury says city owes Whitaker $764,265," 2005:1A, Jan. 27
"Jury: City did not breach contract" [Whitaker], 2005:1A, Jan. 26
"La. Tech: We stand by our numbers," 2005:1A, Feb. 1
"Lawsuit against city lands in court," 2005:1A, Jan. 19
"New city vehicles to cost taxpayers $6.2M," 2005:1A, Nov. 1
"Official testifies contractor was desperate for money," 2005:1B, Jan. 25
"Officials subpoena city loan records" [Community Developement], 2005:1A, March 24
"Panel affirms Shreveport's plan for bond-based hotel financing," 2005:4B, Feb. 18
"Post-civil War shotgun houses weren't built to last," 2005:1A, Jan. 10
"Property code violators face suits filed by city," 2005:1A, July 13
"Shreveport contractor walks off the job," 2005:1A, April 24
"Shreveport puts loan program on hold" [Community Development], 2005:1A, Feb. 24
"Skate park in city's future," 2005:1A, Jan. 1
"Some water payment sites not authorized," 2005:1A, July 15
"Violators of city property standards put on notice," 2005:1A, June 23
"Water meter readings prompt concerns," 2005:1A, April 25
"Who's checking the meter readers?", 2005:1A, August 19
"Witness: Whitaker was paid in full," 2005:1B, Jan. 22
"Witnesses discuss cost overruns," 2005:1B, Jan. 20
Shreveport-Community Development
"Officials break ground for apartments," 2005:1B, May 21
"Shreveport to assess future of showgun houses," 2005:1A, April 17
Shreveport-Convention Center
"City secures hotel interest rate," 2005:1A, July 23
"City sells bonds for hotel," 2005:4B, April 8
"Contractor checks hit store with $30K debt," 2005:1A, June 11
"Contractors leery of city's hotel project," 2005:1B, April 27
"Convention center eyed as boon for Shreveport," 2005:3J, April 10
"Convention center hotel funding takes a detour," 2005:4B, June 17
"Convention center inks its first contract," 2005:1A, March 19
"Convention center is 'rocking and rolling," 2005:1B, March 1
"Convention center is 80% complete," 2005:1B, August 27
"Convention center project takes shape in downtown," 2005:1A, July 11
"Convention center work close to moving inside," 2005:1A, May 14
"Councilman: Who will build hotel?", 2005:1A, March 17
"Counting down to opening," 2005:1B, October 11
"Crane at convention center construction site topples," 2005:1B, August 24
"Fair Share omission noted in hotel deal," 2005:1A, July 27
"Floors being poured for conventionn center," 2005:1B, Nov. 10
"Hotel Trust Authority brought to attention of state legislative auditor," 2005:2A, March 22
"Hotel Trust Authority will remain in place for now," 2005:1B, April 7
"Hotel's interest rate raises questions," 2005:1A, April 12
"Judge finds merit to hear hotel lawsuit," 2005:4B, May 10
"Masonry contractor abandons city project," 2005:1A, June 10
"Mayor pushing minority involvement in hotel work," 2005:1A, May 28
"Mayor seeks approval to sign hotel contract," 2005:1B, May 24
"Minority hiring at convention center under fire again," 2005:1B, Sept. 28
"National report: Demand for convention space dropping sharply," 2005:6B, Feb. 9
"Property tax question remains unanswered in hotel project," 2005:1A, June 7
"Shreveport breaks ground for covention center hotel," 2005:1B, July 29
"Subcontractor requests $47,000 from contractor," 2005:2B, June 24
"Tourism attitude will help Shreveport" [Michael Carrier], 2005:5I, Jan. 23
"Two bid on hotel; both are too high," 2005:1B, May 20
Shreveport-Economy
"$75M contract boost to Calumet," 2005:1A, June 1
"1,200 and counting," 2005:1I, June 26
"2 local companies facing big changes," 2005:1A, Dec. 17
"Alcoa plant to close," 2005:1A, October 7
"Apartments planned for southern part of city," 2005:6B, Feb. 5
"Apartments planned for West Shreveport," 2005:4B, March 21
"Area makes way for relocated businesses" [Katrina], 2005:1I, Sept. 11
"Area sees more employers, jobs in past decade," 2005:4L, April 24
"Bell Machine announces international contract," [Agurs Ind. Park], 2005:6B, Nov. 30
"Building starts on third local Home Depot," 2005:6B, Jan. 8
Shreveport-Environment
"2 dirt pit projects dig up opposition," 2005:1A, October 29
"Annual butterfly count monitors changes in species," 2005:1B, June 27
"Commission OKs one dirt pit, delays another," 2005:1A, Nov. 3
"Earth Day recognition takes students outdoors," 2005:1B, April 22
"Group marks 12th year of recycling effort," 2005:1B, Jan. 1
"Local officials warn of bird flu pandemic," 2005:4B, October 20
"Locals combat unregulated pollutants," 2005:1A, August 9
"Shreveport Green prepares for Great American Cleanup," 2005:5B, Feb. 20
"Sludge field solution competes with turf market," 2005:1A, July 6
"There's a better place for the landfill" [North Caddo landfill], 2005:1B, Feb. 23
Shreveport-Festival Plaza
"Three Dog Night to put the fun in fundraising tonight," 2005:5E, Nov. 18
Shreveport-Fire Dept.
"A rookie learns to roll with new job" [Michael McFerren], 2005:1A, Feb. 3
"Bomb scare puts new robot to test," 2005:1A, July 13
"Chief to head international organization," 2005:2B, June 1
"Citizens' Fire Academy taking applications," 2005:3B, March 8
"Ciyt's 911 officers to get raise, back pay," 2005:1A, Sept. 22
"Fighting fire with technology," 2005:1B, Jan. 8
"Fire department urge awareness," 2005:1B, October 31
"Firefighter charged with felony dogfighting," 2005:1A, June 7
"Kelvinn Cochran, from fighting fires to igniting them" [Graham Festival], 2005:1D, Nov. 6
"Officials to reinstate firefighter," 2005:1B, Dec. 3
"SFD wins 'Battle of Badges'" [cooking], 2005:3B, August 8
"Shreveport police, fire pay at mercy of voters," 2005:1A, Nov. 17
Shreveport-Little Theatre
"Actors, others honored with Bravo! Awards," 2005:2D, July 19
"'Cemetery Club' to open at SLT," 2005:2D, Jan. 4
"'Cotton Patch Gospel' an enjoyable version of the story of Jesus," 2005:4D, Nov. 5
"'Cotton Patch Gospel' extends run at SLT," 2005:2D, Nov. 8
"'Cotton Patch Gospel' is extended again," 2005:2D, Nov. 15
"Country vocalist sings her way to the stage" [Carson, Catherine], 2005:2E, July 8
"Couple opens home for gala" [SLT Guild], 2005:2D, Feb. 12
"'Honky Tonk Angels' to open at SLT," 2005:3D, July 5
"'Indigo Blues' successfully captures human emotions," 2005:4D, August 6
"'Indigo Blues' to open at SLT," 2005:2D, August 2
"'Indigo Blues: A Love Song' tickets on sale," 2005:2D, July 19
"Local theaters play to audience appetites," 2005:1D, August 23
"'Love, Sec and the IRS' is a farce worth fussing about," 2005:4B, March 5
"'Love, Sex & the I.R.A.' performances added," 2005:3D, March 22
"Party to honor longtime actress Anna Chappell," 2005:3D, May 24
"Prize-winning 'Crimes' gets SLT spotlight," 2005:2D, May 3
"Show funny but misses message" [Cemetery Club], 2005:3B, Jan. 8
"SLT announces 84th season and summer musical," 2005:2D, Apirl 26
"SLT discovers the broken heart of 'Crimes'," 2005:4D, May 7
"SLT extends run of 'Honky Tonk Angels'," 2005:2D, July 19
"SLT gives would-be thespians a free lesson," 2005:1D, Jan. 4
"SLT goes for laughs," 2005:2D, March 1
"SLT schedules local playwright's work," 2005:6D, May 17
"SLT takes revenge on 'The Nerd'," 2005:4D, Sept. 10
"SLT to hold auditions for 'Bedroom Farce'," 2005:2D, Nov. 8
"SLT to hold talent search auditions," 2005:3D, Apirl 26
"SLT's Star Search auditions postponed," 2005:4D, May 11
"So long Anna" [Anna Chappell], 2005:1D, May 30
"The Gospel gets a Southern touch," 2005:2D, Nov. 1
"'The Honky Tonk Angels' auditions slated at SLT," 2005:2D, Feb. 15
"'The Nerd' set to open at SLT," 2005:2D, September 6
"Theater seeks actors for comedy, 'The Nerd," 2005:2D, July 19
"'To Kill a Mockingbird' auditions planned," 2005:3D, Dec. 13
"'Toe Roaster' stokes wisdom from the campfire," 2005:1D, April 5
Shreveport-Metropolitan Ballet
"Auditions are today for dance companies," 2005:3D, May 3
"Ballet presents excerpts from classics," 2005:2D, April 18
"Ballet to hold auditions for 'The Nutcracker'," 2005:2D, Sept. 13
"'Ballet Under the Stars' to present potpourri of styles," 2005:2D, September 6
"'Nutcracker' is a charmer," 2005:6B, Dec. 4
"'Nutcracker' returns to Civic Theater," 2005:3D, Nov. 29
"Of mice and toys," 2005:5E, Dec. 2
"Production highlights 'Sleeping Beauty' and 'Swan Lake'," 2005:3D, April 12
"SMB to hold auditions for 'Wizard of Oz'," 2005:3D, Nov. 29
Shreveport-Metropolitan Concert Band
"A high note," 2005:1D, August 8
"Shreveport to host park concerts," 2005:1D, July 19
Shreveport-Metropolitan Planning Commission
"City zoning issue raises safety fears," 2005:1B, Dec. 28
"Commission OKs one dirt pit, delays another," 2005:1A, Nov. 3
"Fate of propsed dirt pit in question," 2005:1A, June 25
"Liquor licenses OK'd for Bellemead eateries," 2005:1B, Feb. 10
"State, city laws followed on liquor zoning for planned restaurants," 2005:3B, March 8
"Trailer placements have some weary with FEMA," 2005:1A, Nov. 1
Shreveport-Opera
"Faust' to creep into Civic Theater," 2005:1D, October 18
"Holiday Affair" [Les Boutiques de Noel], 2005:1D, Nov. 13
"Jazz brunch will be held at Barret Place," 2005:2D, October 7
"Opera 101," 2005:1D, March 8
"Opera ending season on a high note," 2005:1A, June 16
"Opera Express begins its season Thursday," 2005:4B, Feb. 16
"Opera faces post-Katrina challenges," 2005:1D, October 18
"Opera performances to travel to libraries," 2005:3D, Nov. 29
"Opera to hold 'Singer of the Year' competition," 2005:3D, April 15
"Opera to hold picnic auditions this weekend," 2005:4D, August 6
"SOX fund-raiser to feature upbeat Broadway hits," 2005:2D, March 29
"SOX presents 'Little Red Riding Hood'," 2005:2D, Feb. 15
"Staging of 'Faust' fuels the passions," 2005:4B, October 31
Shreveport-Police Dept.
"50,000 volts of pure discipline" [Taser], 2005:1B, March 26
"Board overturns decision to discipline police officer," 2005:2B, August 11
"Bridging the disconnect" [Campbell's first year], 2005:1A, Jan. 16
"Captain apologizes for e-mail sent 'in anger," 2005:1A, Dec. 8
"Chief looks to balance workload," 2005:3A, Jan. 1
"City sees drop in accident claims," 2005:1A, Dec. 5
"Ciyt's 911 officers to get raise, back pay," 2005:1A, Sept. 22
"College credit considered for police sergeants," 2005:1B, March 22
"Crime statistics," 2005:5B, May 29
"Crunk Sunday postponed as police, youth compromise," 2005:4B, May 5
"Curiosity takes over at 'Law Enforcement Day," 2005:1B, May 6
"DA won't prosecute police captain," 2005:1B, April 15
"Delinquent false alarm fines top $200,000," 2005:1A, Jan. 4
"Department seeks about 30 more recruits," 2005:3B, March 8
"Ex-officer convicted in rape case," 2005:1B, Jan. 20
"Explorers program inspires teen to dream of joining SWAT team," 2005:1B, August 6
"False alarms could get more costly in Shreveport," 2005:1A, June 6
"FBI will prove brutality claims," 2005:1A, Nov. 16
"Federal grant targets unsolved cases," 2005:1B, May 16
"Future of shotgun houses subject of hearing," 2005:1A, May 12
"German high school intern at Shreveport Police Dept.", 2005:1B, Nov. 8
"Homicides 2005," 2005:1A, July 17
"Internal probe centers on gifts given through Operation Santa Claus," 2004:4B, Jan. 12
"Iraq war has hurt recruiting for police," 2005:1A, Feb. 27
"Kids need a place" [Cruising at Jewella and Greenwood], 2005:1A, May 4
"Local homicides down 18% in 2004," 2005:1A, Jan. 11
"Minister calls for probe of brutality complaint," 2005:1A, Nov. 15
"New system aims to cut down on auto thefts," 2005:4B, August 29
"Officer disciplines for complaint filed by ex-councilman," 2005:1B, Dec. 14
"Officer withdraws appeal over disciplinary action," 2004:4B, Jan. 12
"Officials suspend Super Safe Sunday," 2005: 1A, June 28
"Police burn shoe leather," 2005:1B, Jan. 23
"Police chief confirms officer under investigation," 2005:1B, Jan. 11
"Police chief says he will resign if mishandling found," 2005:1A, Nov. 18
"Police personnel volunteer to work on off days" [filming], 2005:1A, Nov. 29
"Police prepare TV show featuring local officers," 2005:4B, June 22
Shreveport-Regional Airport
"Airport garners safety award," 2005:4B, March 31
"FAA recognizes Regional Airport," 2005:6B, March 19
"Flights to larger hubs draw more traffic to Shreveport Regional," 2005:1A, June 10
"Local travel not affected by Northwest strike so far," 2005:5B, August 23
"More turbulence ahead," 2005:6B, October 29
"New airline heads to regional airport" [Allegiant], 2005:6B, Nov. 16
"Weather guards keep watch through area storms," 2005:1A, March 22
Shreveport-RiverView Park
"Barbershoppers to bring harmony to the Red," 2005:2D, March 29
"Burned-out compressor puts temporary damper on Riverview fountain," 2005:4B, June 14
"Dry fountain dampens mood," 2005:1B, May 11
"RiverView park fountain to stay dry until late May," 2005:2A, April 23
"RiverView park honored," 2005:1A, April 23
Shreveport-Sports
"Colts corral Sports in doubleheader," 2005:1C, June 2
"Diamond in the rough," 2005:1I, July 24
"First half report card: Not making the grade," 2005:1C, June 25
"Owner vows to make it work," 2005:1C, May 6
"Rally falls short," 2005:1C, May 6
"Shreveport's bats overpower Jackson," 2005:1C, July 7
"Sports offense comes alive in 14-9 victory," 2005:3C, June 16
"Sports open key homestand tonight," 2005:1C, July 6
"Sports pound Pelicans," 2005:1C, June 13
"Sports stay alive in playoff hunt," 2005:1C, August 19
"Sports stumble in 11th against Senators," 2005:1C, June 4
"Sports sweep Diablos," 2005:3C, June 26
"Sports take field for first workout," 2005:1C, Apirl 26
"Sports to welcome Diablos to town," 2005:1C, June 14
"Sports welcome new GM," 2005:1C, Nov. 17
"Sports winning streak ends against Fort Worth," 2005: 1C, June 28
"Sports' offense, pitching awaken in 6-3 win," 2005:1C, June 30
"Uninspired Sports fall to Colts," 2005:1C, June 3
"Weather, Diablos get best of Sports," 2005:1C, June 17
Shreveport-Symphony
"'American Treasures' pieces are short, sweet and patriotic," 2005:6B, Nov. 20
"'Classics by Candlelight' sets holiday mood," 2005:2D, Nov. 29
"Concert will showcase the world with beats," 2005:2D, March 1
"Conductor aims to give audience something to laugh about," 2005:1D, March 15
"Director leads symphony season to explosive start," 2005:4B, Sept. 18
"Double-reed musicians have a draft for their art," 2005:1D, March 15
"'Exuberance' to start symphony's season," 2005:2D, Sept. 13
"From 1812 to Star Wars," 2005:12E, May 20
"'Great Britten' to feature final SSO conductor candidate," 2005:3D, May 3
"Local symphony sees changes in leadership," 2005:1B, July 8
"Musical director brings passion and experience to job" [Michael Butterman], 2005:1D, Sept. 11
"Musicians to show their stuff in 'Symphonic Champions," 2005:2D, Feb. 8
"Orchestra delivers a knockout program," 2005:4B, May 9
"Orchestra to present 'Picnic Pops," 2005:6D, May 17
"People's concert stirs the soul," 2005:4B, Jan. 15
"People's concert: Celebrate diversity," 2005:1D, Jan. 11
"SSO presents final round of 'Music Memory," 2005:3D, April 12
"SSO to deature 'Symphonic Superheroes," 2005:2D, April 19
"'Symphonic Fright' scares up delights," 2005:5B, October 16
"Symphony annouinces its 58th season," 2005:1D, August 9
"Symphony guild shoppers card now on sale," 2005:2D, Sept. 27
"Symphony joyously blends old, new," 2005:2B, March 21
"Symphony KO's kazooists," 2005:2B, Dec. 19
"Symphony Orchestra to scare up a 'Fright," 2005:2D, October 11
"Symphony picks new director," 2005:1A, July 27
"Symphony says 'BOO," 2005:12E, October 14
"Symphony sees decline in ticket sales," 2005:1A, June 16
"Symphony serves up drama with a punch in 'Champions," 2005:3B, Feb. 14
"Symphony to perform 'American Treasures'," 2005:2D, Nov. 15
"Symphony to perform 'Judas Maccabaeus' at the Civic Theatre," 2005:3D, April 5
Shreveport-Times
"Everyone's a critic," 2005:5I, June 12
"New ad director starts at The Times" [Michael Burns], 2005:4B, March 22
"Scott Pernici sues in response to story," 2005:2A, Feb. 17
"The Times garners 33 awards in LPA contest," 2005:5B, April 17
"Times earns top honors," 2005:1I, Jan. 23
"Times staffers win awards at APME and LPW events," 2005:3B, May 22
"U.S. Support Co. sues over Times articles," 2005:5B, October 20
"USA Today ads showcase local area for business," 2005:1B, Nov. 3
Shreveport-Weather Bureau
"Retirement in forecast for Lee Harrison," 2005:1A, June 20
"SKYWARN seeks locals to watch the weather," 2005:1B, Feb. 10
Shriner's Hospital
"Center helps children with orthopedic ills," 2005:1B, June 10
"Local Shriners hospital first in state to perform procedure" [Brianna Smith], 2005:1A, May 30
Soldiers
" A special for Mom" [Jason Black], 2005:1C, May 8
"Construction of Kyle Burleson's home begins," 2005:1B, Sept. 30
"Family proud of fallen soldier's service" [Julia Atkins], 2005:1A, Dec. 14
"Fellow soldier remembers fallen on Memorial Day," 2005:1A, May 30
"Home again," 2005:1A, Sept. 18
"Home to rise soon for wounded war vet" [Kyle Burleson], 2005:4B, Sept. 21
"Honoring our 'citizen soldiers'," 2005:1A, July 3
"La. soldiers continue 'Operation Thundercat'," 2005:4B, July 30
"Local soldier dies in Iraq" [Julia Atkins], 2005:1A, Dec. 13
"Local soldier garners honor in Afghanistan" [Walford, Richie], 2005:1B, Nov. 1
"Local troops give Iraqi allies credit in hostage's rescue," 2005:1A, June 17
"Marines plan golf bash fundraiser," 2005:1B, Sept. 20
"Memorial for slain soldier rescheduled" [Ezernack Troy], 2005:1B, October 28
"One mother's angst, another's joy" [DeMario Sims], 2005:1B, May 8
"Our troops at war," 2005:SS, July 3
"Paralyzed soldier begins new life at home" [Burleson, Kyle], 2005:1A, Apirl 26
"Re-enlist numbers on target for Army," 2005:1A, July 6
"Rites honor Purple Heart recipient, slain Bossier City soldier," 2005:1B, May 21
"Sad anniversary for Bossier resident" [Jackson, Alan], 2005:1B, June 27
"Shreveport soldier dies in Afghanistan" [Troy Ezernack], 2005:1A, October 12
"Shreveport-based 1/156th assembing in Kuwait for return home," 2005:5B, Sept. 12
"Shreveporter headed to choice Army post" [Charles Hondo], 2005:1B, Nov. 20
"Slain Shreveport soldier laid to rest" [St.Sgt. George Draughn], 2005:1A, Sept. 15
"Slain soldier's family overwhelmed by caring" [Troy Ezernack], 2005:1A, October 14
"Soldier commended for saving lives after military vehicle accident," 2005:1B, July 31
"Soldiers due home a day early," 2005:1B, Sept. 16
"Tough transition" [Jesse Spivey], 2005:1I, Nov. 27
"Two local soldiers killed in Iraq" [Sembly, Bernard; Fell, Robin], 2005:1A, May 21
"Two local soldiers memorialized in Baghdad today" [Sembly; Fell], 2005:1A, May 26
"Webster city rallies around wounded soldier" [Kyle Burleson], 2005:1B, May 14
"Webster prosecutor coming home from Iraq" [Sentell, Sherb], 2005:1A, Nov. 7
"Woodlawn honors fallen heroes" [Draughn; Ezernack], 2005:1B, Nov. 9
"Wounded soldier cheered by class" [McCrary, Michael], 2005:1A, April 22
"Wounded soldiers mending bodies, spirits" [Mosely; Meziere], 2005:1B, April 21
"Wounded Springhill soldier looks ahead" [Kyle Burleson], 2005:1B, August 27
"Yellow ribbons spring up along Youree Drive," 2005:1B, Sept. 16
Southern Hills
"Southern Hills Business Expo draws crowd," 2005:1B, October 19
Southern University-Baton Rouge
"Outgoing SUS president gets hefty package" [Leon Tarver], 2005:2B, March 1
"Southern University chief to announce retirement decision" [Tarver, Leon], 2005:3B, Feb. 14
Southern University-Shreveport
"BizCamp teaches teens entrepreneurial skills," 2005:1I, Feb. 27
"Breakeven analysis and market research," 2005:1I, July 10
"Caddo schools, SUSLA to partner in aviation program," 2005:1B, April 10
"Forum looks at worker training," 2005:6B, Apirl 29
"Judge tosses out lawsuit," 2005:1B, Feb. 3
"New Southern incubator programs nurture small business," 2005:6B, March 10
"New youth program provides motivational speakers, tutoring and jobs," 2005:1B, March 9
"Play tackles painful social issue," 2005:3D, Nov. 15
"Southern fights for programs" [Upward Bound], 2005:1B, March 6
"Southern receives $3.7M in grants," 2005:1B, October 22
"Southern to stage 'The Drum'", 2005:2D, Feb. 1
"Southern to work on job, housing problems," 2005:6B, March 11
"SUSLA arts festival celebrates 35th anniversary," 2005:1B, April 13
"SUSLA dedicates buildings to 3 men," 2005:1B, March 19
"SUSLA lists recent graduates," 2005:2B, May 22
"SUSLA's health fair participants brave the rain," 2005:1B, Feb. 24
Southern Universtiy System
"Tarver to step down as Southern System president," 2005:4B, Feb. 19
Southfield School
"Books look at man's inner chimp and bonobo" [Frans de Waal], 2005:1B, October 23
"It's prime time for reading at Southfield School," 2005:1B, March 27
"Pumpkin Shine," 2005:1B, October 28
"Southfield students get really old school for project," 2005:1B, March 4
"Southfield to present play in its new theater," 2005:4B, October 14
SPAR
"Cheer group aims to build teamwork," 2005:1B, August 21
"City plans to break ground for a riverfront skate park," 2005:1B, Nov. 22
"Hershey's Track and Field state meet," 2005:1B, June 22
"Increases in greens fees, eyed for city golf courses," 2005:1A, Nov. 9
"Mastering the baton," 2005:1B, July 8
"New SPAR leader seeks partnerships," 2005:5I, July 17
"Playground getting final touches" [A.C. Steere:Right to Play], 2005:4B, Nov. 3
"Skateboard park gets put on hold," 2005:2B, July 26
"SPAR director accepts job in Knoxville, Tenn.", 2005:3A, July 12
SporTran
"Alternative transportation," 2005:8B, October 20
"City's eco-friendly bus unveiled," 2005:5B, June 9
"Local transportation officials respond to London blasts," 2005:2A, July 8
"Night bus service has a greater chance," 2005:1B, Sept. 16
"Old buses among items city will auction," 2005:1B, July 15
"SporTran a one-way ticket for many locals without a vehicle," 2005:1A, July 16
"SporTran buys a quiet, cleaner ride," 2005:1A, May 25
Spring Street Museum
"Artist to show at Spring Street" [Willie Jefferson Webber], 2005:3D, Feb. 8
"Fundraiser to offer 'Settings to Celebrate," 2005:2D, October 6
Springhill, La.
"Business booming in Springhill," 2005:1A, October 7
"Expansion under way at N. Webster Industrial Park," 2005:2A, October 7
"Tractor show, timber sports to be highlights of festival," 2005:1B, October 7
SRAC
"Annual trial of lights adds new features," 2005:1B, October 27
"Art is in his heart" [Henry Price], 2005:1D, August 9
"ARTBREAK showcases variety of artistic expression," 2005:1B, May 2
"ARTBREAK, largest children's art festival in South," 2005:1B, April 27
"Artists apply here," 2005:1D, June 14
"Arts award recipients to be honored," 2005:2D, Nov. 1
"Arts funds may be on chopping block," 2005:1A, Dec. 13
"Artspace changes hours, admission fee," 2005:2D, June 7
"Artspace opens Coolspace for local exhibits," 2005:1D, May 6
"Artspace to host two holiday workshops," 2005:6D, Dec. 7
"Auditions to be held for two artspace plays," 2005:6D, April 13
"Children find relief through art," 2005:1D, October 9
"City decides fate of groups in budget cuts," 2005:1A, Dec. 14
"Civic group plead their case to the City Council," 2005:1B, Nov. 8
"Creativity blooms in local youth," 2005:1D, July 26
"Dia delos Muertos' to open at artspace," 2005:1D, August 28
"Faces of tragedy," 2005:1D, Nov. 7
"Free studio spaced open for displaced artists," 2005:2D, Sept. 20
"Funding support for the arts is dwindling nationwide," 2005:1D, July 3
"Group kicks off downtown initiative" [DDA], 2005:1A, Jan. 20
"Groups continue to bring art to area schools," 2005:4K, April 17
"LIfe-drawing class and sci-fi film night on tap," 2005:3D, May 24
"Makalani Movement to perform at coolspace," 2005:3D, May 24
"'Museum' is an unusual theater experience" [Artspace], 2005:2D, May 17
"Networking event to be held for displaced arts community" [Katrina], 2005:7A, Sept. 15
"Officials push downtown plan," 2005:1J, April 10
"Robert Trudeau to lead performing artists show," 2005:2D, June 7
"Sci-fi group discussions to be held at artspace," 2005:2D, March 29
"SRAC calls on local artists for coolspace," 2005:3D, April 19
"SRAC cuts already felt," 2005:1B, Dec. 16
"SRAC has a new mover and shaker," 2005:2E, September 2
"SRAC nominated for marketing award," 2005:3D, Dec. 13
"SRAC seeking artists for folk-art exhibit," 2005:2D, Dec. 20
"SRAC seeks artists for upcoming exhibit," 2005:2D, July 12
"SRAC to hold art camp for kids during holidays," 2005:2D, Nov. 15
"SRAC workshops' topic will be writing grants," 2005:3D, May 3
"Three exhibits to open Thursday at artspace," 2005:2D, October 4
"Traveling art shows," 2005:1D, October 11
"Twig sculpture topples in downtown Shreveport," 2005:1B, April 5
"Who will step into their shoes?" [Shehee; Harrison], 2005:1D, July 3
"Youth Symphony to perform at ARTBREAK," 2005:1B, April 24
St. Mark's Episcopal Church
"Minister and wife to cruise with former president Bush," 2005:2D, April 17
Star Cemetery
"Caddo judge throws out earlier Star Cemetery rulings," 2005:1A, July 26
"Cemetery upkeep dispute move toward resolution," 2005:1B, July 16
"Grave situation," 2005:1A, July 24
"Group aims to protect historic Star Cemetery," 2005:1A, July 5
"Groups to discuss cemetery's plight," 2005:1A, October 10
"Haunting controversy," 2005:1A, July 25
"Star Cemetery backers get a boost from the city," 2005:2B, August 17
Strand Theatre
"Army band to play at Strand Theatre," 2005:2B, July 30
"Big Band Broadway hits The Strand," 2005:2D, Jan. 18
"'Comedy Pet Theatre' comes to The Strand," 2005:3D, Jan. 4
"'Crazy for You' set for The Strand," 2005:2D, Feb. 1
"Don't Let the Devil Rise' to open Saturday," 2005:2D, Feb. 22
"'Forbidden Hollywood' chuckles at blockbuster hits," 2005:3D, April 12
"Gala season begins," 2005:1D, September 4
"Glover's 'Improvography' to play at the Strand," 2005:3D, March 22
"Great Russian Nutcracker' strikes approving note," 2005:4D, Nov. 19
"Labor union protests as 'Les Miz' hits the Strand," 2005:1A, Feb. 17
"'Les Miserables," 2005:1D, Feb. 13
"'Les Miserables' set for 10 performances at The Strand," 2005:3D, Feb. 8
"'Les Miz' crafts beauty from struggle for freedom," 2005:2D, Feb. 17
"Marvin Hamlisch to visit the Strand," 2005:3D, April 19
"Moscow Ballet returns to Strand with 'Great Russian Nutcracker," 2005:3D, Nov. 15
"Moscow Circus brings 'Winter's Tale' here," 2005:2D, March 1
"'Oklahoma!' to be staged Thursday at the Strand," 2005:2D, Nov. 1
"Playing it for laughs," 2005:12E, August 26
"Reflections' to be staged at the Strand," 2005:2D, May 3
"Repertory theater to present classics," 2005:2D, March 22
"Riders in the Sky to mosey into Strand," 2005:2D, March 29
"Savion Glover keeps performers on their toes," 2005:10E, April 1
"'Smokey Joe's Cafe' lights up the stage at Strand," 2005:3B, Jan. 23
"'Smokey Joe's Cafe' set for Thursday," 2005:2D, Jan. 18
"'Soul's Sake' comes to The Strand," 2005:2D, Jan. 11
"Strand changes season line-up, just a tad," 2005:3D, Feb. 8
"Strand goes big again with 'Miss Saigon," 2005:3D, March 8
"Strand leaderhip is changing hands," 2005:1B, August 31
"Strand Theatre sees decline in ticket sales," 2005:1A, June 16
"Strand to offer small but diverse new season," 2005:1D, June 21
"Strand: 'Les Miz' a success," 2005:2B, Feb. 26
"The Artie Shaw Orchestra promises big band, more," 2005:2D, March 1
"The Strand turns 80," 2005:5E, Sept. 16
"Tibetan monks to perform at Strand," 2005:1D, April 19
"Tour could mean bigger shows for area," 2005:1A, Feb. 13
"Where is My Daddy?' to open at Strand," 2005:2D, August 9
Stuck, Goodloe
"Noted area historian, author dies following fall," 2005:2B, April 5
"Obituary," 2005:3B, April 5
Summer Grove Baptist Church
"Steeple signifies final transition of mall into church," 2005:1B, October 6
Sutton's Children's Hospital
"Bracelet sales to help medical center," 2005:6B, July 9
"Business and hospital tug at Sutton's golf career," 2005:1C, May 15
"Children's center fund raising at halfway mark," 2005:6B, May 19
"Children's hospital gets $1M donation," 2005:1A, April 21
"Children's hospital gets help from small hands," 2005:1A, August 25
"Construction work reveals a treasure," 2005:6B, Sept. 21
"Daly cancels plans to play in Children's Classic," 2005:1A, May 13
"Local pros go for the green in hospital drive," 2005:1C, May 15
"Pediatric hospitalists program under way," 2005:5B, June 7
"Stars come out at Olde Oaks," 2005:1C, May 16
"Sutton Children's Stroll and carnival scheduled," 2005:4B, October 15
"Youths steal show at Children's Classic," 2005:1C, May 17
Sutton, Hal
"Carnival raises money for children's hospital," 2005:1B, April 17
"Christus: Children's hospital back on track," 2005:1A, Jan. 29
"Pediatricians mull options on hospital," 2005:1A, Jan. 28
"Study shows area needs a children's hospital," 2005:7I, Jan. 16
"Sutton takes a little time for himself," 2005:1C, May 21
"Sutton to invest in Texas resort," 2005:1B, Apirl 29
"Suttons take a swing at event for hospital's groundbreaking," 2005:4B, March 22
SWEPCO
"AEP-SWEPCO trains police to help battle utility theft," 2005:4B, Feb. 17
"Area electricity bills surge," 2005:1A, July 1
"Caddo to use AEP-SWEPCO donation to buy uniforms" [Katrina], 2005:2B, September 9
"City can't stop tree trimming," 2005:1B, Feb. 3
"Crews sweat to restore electricity," 2005:1B, Sept. 27
"Customers still face high fuel charges on bills," 2005:1A, August 4
"Frustrated customers question AEP-SWEPCO," 2005:2B, August 11
"Groups: Mining operation exceeded limits," 2005:2B, June 9
"Left in the dark" [high energy rates], 2005:6B, Dec. 16
"Outage interrupts downtown, casino," 2005:1A, Nov. 1
"SWEPCO crews head east, south," 2005:6B, August 31
"SWEPCO, Salvation Army to pay families' electric bills," 2005:1B, July 21
"Utility takes step to help customers manage bills," 2005:2B, August 5

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Tauzin, Billy
"Tauzin aims to restore drug industry's reputation," 2005:6B, May 24
Toledo Bend
"DeSoto officials want ban on ATVs in wilderness area," 2005:1A, October 28
"Drought, power generation bring Toledo Bend Reservoir down," 2005:1A, August 12
"Liquor OK'd for event at state park" [Bass Unlimited], 2005:1B, Feb. 25
"Reservoir could benefit from second hurricane," 2005:1A, Sept. 21
"Reservoir's law challenged by electric utitlities," 2005:1B, July 1
"Sabine resort struggles to stay on timetable," 2005:1I, March 6
"SRA declines to back propsed legislation," 2005:4B, March 1
"SRA encourages cell phone service along Toledo Bend," 2005:2B, Jan. 28
"SRA to decide how to proceed with lawsuit," 2005:2B, July 20
"SRA wants law enforcement district," 2005:1B, Jan. 29
"SRA works to settle lake level lawsuit," 2005:1B, October 28
"Toledo Bend lake level lawsuit settled," 2005:1B, Dec. 16
Toms, David
"A relieved David Toms earns needed top-three finish at Colonial," 2005:1C, May 23
"All the stars are at Doral," 2005:6C, March 3
"Approach shots, luck not on Toms' side," 2005:1C, April 8
"David Toms finally receives his relief," 2005:1C, Sept.26
"David Toms Foundation keeps shelter doors open," 2005:1A, Dec. 16
"David Toms spends night in Pa. hospital," 2005:1A, Sept. 16
"David Toms takes the podium for Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club," 2005:2D, September 4
"David Toms-funded community house opens," 2005:1B, Dec. 16
"Is course Querbes Park East?", 2005:1C, July 14
"Local golfer David Toms' crew consists of two-man team," 2005:1C, May 19
"No match for Toms," 2005:1C, Feb. 28
"'Shreveport' Toms says he has a lot to be thankful for," 2005:1C, June 20
"Shreveport's Toms starts strong," 2005:1C, Feb. 24
"The 69th Masters: Toms still learning at 38," 2005:6C, April 7
"Toms builds bankroll with PGA Tour," 2005:1C, April 21
"Toms claws into position at Colonial," 2005:1C, May 21
"Toms drives his way to dominance," 2005:1C, March 1
"Toms falls from lead," 2005:1C, June 18
"Toms files suit against agent," 2005:1C, May 12
"Toms happy with play," 2005:1C, June 17
"Toms in contention; the end for Jack?," 2005:1C, June 4
"Toms keeps rolling," 2005:1C, Nov. 3
"Toms looking for mess with agent to be cleared up," 2005:1C, May 13
"Toms looks to bulk up," 2005:1C, Jan. 6
"Toms makes big move in International," 2005:2C, August 7
"Toms practices for first time, ponders heart procedure," 2005:1C, Sept. 19
"Toms reaches Match Play finals," 2005:1C, Feb. 27
"Toms rolls at Match Play Championship," 2005:1C, Feb. 26
"Toms rusty in return," 2005:1C, Sept.23
"Toms seeks more hardware," 2005:1C, April 7
"Toms stays within striking distance," 2005:1C, June 19
"Toms to undergo heart procedure today," 2005:1A, Nov. 17
"Toms upholds honor of sport with some left," 2005:1C, July 16
"Toms will have edge on competition next year," 2005:3C, May 5
"Toms' comeback falls short," 2005:1C, May 30
"Toms' heart not an issue," 2005:1C, Sept. 22
"Toms' spokesman says golfer 'should be cured'" [rapid heartbeat], 2005:5C, Nov. 18
"Toms, Nicklaus paired at Memorial," 2005:1C, June 1
"Wayward flat stick sends Toms' patience over the edge," 2005:1C, June 6
"We shoots under par; Toms four off lead," 2005:1C, July 8
"We's not kiddin' around," 2005:1C, July 7
Treen, Dave
"Former governors ask for more oversight" [Katrina], 2005:3B, Sept. 15
Twelve Mile Bayou
"Bridge reopens to traffic," 2005:1B, Feb. 22
"Hearing on proposed landfill scheduled," 2005:6B, Jan. 25
"Meeting with landfill developer canceled" [Twelve Mile Bayou], 2005:1B, March 24
"Public comment period nears end" [proposed landfill], 2005:1B, Jan. 15

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University of Louisiana System
"Endowments attract, keep top professors," 2005:1A, Feb. 28
"ULS students to pay higher tuition," 2005:2A, Feb. 26
University of Louisiana-Monroe
"Purchase of building for pharmacy program set to be approved today," 2005:2B, August 25

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Vitter, Sen. David
"La. lawmakers still have questions" [Social Security], 2005:2A, Feb. 3
"La.'s senators react cautiously to high court pick," 2005:2B, July 20
"Landrieu, Vitter clash over nominees," 2005:5A, May 20
"Landrieu, Vitter praise O'Connor for her service," 2005:3B, July 2
"Minden area residents query Vitter on issues," 2005:1B, June 2
"Officials look for alternative ways to house evacuees" [Katrina], 2005:3A, October 11
"Politcos rally for state military bases," 2005:1A, March 23
"Senate OKs new royalty money for Louisiana," 2005:6A, June 24
"Senators question length of duty," 2005:1A, Jan. 18
"Vitter continues fight against gambling," 2005:1B, June 17
"Vitter discribes I-49 funding strategy," 2005:6B, Feb. 26
"Vitter gives and takes with packed hall," 2005:1B, August 26
"Vitter to hold town meeting Wednesday in Natchitoches," 2005:2B, August 30
"Vitter touts appointment," 2005:1A, Jan. 7
"Vitter uses first floor speech to promote drug importation," 2005:14A, Feb. 10
"Vitter, Jena Choctaws clash over gaming bill," 2005:2B, July 28
"Vitter, Landrieu disclose wide rage of assets," 2005:6A, June 15
"Vitter: Millionaires no longer 'disadvantaged' in business at airport," 2005:8B, June 3

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Wade Correctional Center
"Prison to add 50-bed facility," 2005:1A, Jan. 7
Walker, Lo
"Bossier City's new leader to be sworn in today," 2005:1B, June 30
"Bossier mayor tapped for high honor," 2005:2B, Sept. 17
"Walker to use 'hands-on' style as new mayor," 2005:1A, April 6
Walker, Mayor Lo
"Bossier's new boss is finally getting his shot," 2005:1A, June 27
"Chief administrator follows Walker's hands-on approach," 2005:1A, July 18
"Mayors: Don't overlook us in post-hurricane funding," 2005:2B, October 5
"USA Today ads showcase local area for business," 2005:1B, Nov. 3
"Walker sworn in as Bossier mayor," 2005:1A, July 1
Water Supply
"Foul water," 2005:1A, August 10
"Shreveport water clean, safe," 2005:1A, October 22
"Study may anwer city's water issues," 2005:1A, June 12
"Water usage adds to city reserve fund," 2005:1A, August 4
Weather
"2005 ranks among 14th driest years in Shreveport," 2005:1A, Dec. 21
"53,000 still without power in NW La." [Rita], 2005:1A, Sept.26
"6-year-old refugee has a sheltered birthday" [Katrina], 2005:5A, August 31
"Arts Council of N.O. operating out of Shreveport" [Katrina], 2005:7A, Sept. 15
"Bossier Civic Center closes special needs shelter" [Katrina], 2005:1A, October 7
"Bossier opens shelter at CenturyTel Center," 2005:4B, September 4
"Bossier, Caddo schools open classrooms to evacuees' children" [Katrina], 2005:5A, August 31
"Casinos packed, but with non-players," 2005:5A, August 29
"Catastrophic," 2005:1A, August 30
"CenturyTel joins shelter parade," 2005:1A, September 5
"Charitable pharmacy broadens its mission" [Katrina], 2005:3A, Sept. 14
"Churches open their shelters" [Katrina], 2005:4A, August 31
"City benefits from evacuees, but how long will it last" [Katrina, Rita], 2005:1A, Sept.23
"Despair, horror," 2005:1A, August 31
"Desperate exodus" [Katrina], 2005:1A, September 2
"Dillard students weather hurricane and burning bus," 2005:1B, August 29
"Displaced business owners welcomed," 2005:1B, September 5
"Distribution centers accept donations from across U.S." [Katrina], 2005:5A, Sept. 15
"Doctors at shelters prepare for potential outbreaks of illness" [Katrina], 2005:1A, Sept. 10
"Drought lingers despite Rita," 2005:1B, Sept.26
"Evacuee numbers decline at shelters" [Katrina], 2005:1A, Sept. 13
"Evacuees at LSUS continue to cope," 2005:1B, September 4
"Evacuees' plight affect foreign shores," 2005:1A, September 6
"FEMA will offer no debit cards for La. [Katrina], 2005:1A, September 9
"Group to open building to evacuees" [Eden Gardens Nursing Home], 2005:1A, October 12
"Groups provide safety for animals displaced by storm," 2005:1B, August 29
"'Guardian' casting actors from area" [Katrina], 2005:1B, Sept. 15
"Hirsch Coliseum evacuee shelter empties," 2005:1A, October 15
"Hirsch Coliseum sees new use" [Katrina], 2005:4B, August 31
"Hirsch Memorial is only Red Cross shelter open," 2005:2B, Sept. 30
"Hirsch's 'guests' grateful, but are unsure of what's next," 2005:3B, September 4
"I try to push it out of my mind" [Katrina], 2005:4A, August 31
"La. braces for Katrina," 2005:1A, August 28
"La. Guardsmen depart Iraq to find families" [Katrina], 2005:5A, September 9
"Landrieu blasts FEMA, asks for bipartisanship" [Katrina], 2005:4A, September 9
"Local hospitals ready, waiting, for patients affected by Katrina," 2005:4A, August 29
"Millions flee Hurrican Katrina," 2005:1A, August 29
"Mudbugs' season is in limbo," 2005:1C, September 4
"National Guard goes into damage control mode"[Katrina], 2005:5A, September 9
"Oil prices hit $70 a barrel as production stops" [Katrina], 2005:6B, August 31
"On familiar ground" [Katrina], 2005:1B, Sept. 15
"Our brothers are calling us" [Katrina], 2005:4A, August 31
"Providence House moves 70 families into community" [Katrina], 2005:1A, September 9
"Red Cross shelter filling up" [LSUS], 2005:1B, August 29
"Region reacts to evacuees," 2005:5A, August 29
"Rural areas recovering from storm" [Rita], 2005:3B, Sept. 27
"Schools try to settle evacuees into routine," 2005:1B, September 7
"Sharpton, Graham pay visit to evacuees at shelter" [Katrina], 2005:1A, Sept. 10
"Some waterway traffic stalled," 2005:6B, August 31
"State will seek waivers from federal education mandate" [Katrina], 2005:4A, Sept. 14
"SWEPCO crews head east, south," 2005:6B, August 31
"Tornado destroys seven houses" [Webster/Bienville], 2005:1A, April 7
"Trailers become homes to evacuees" [Katrina], 2005:1A, October 11
"Volunteers rally, donations gathered," 2005:1A, August 29
"Weather fair slated Feb. 11," 2005:3A, Dec. 21
"Week ends wtih fewer in local Red Cross refuges" [Katrina], 2005:5A, Sept. 10
Webster Parish
"Caddo, Webster ban outdoor burning," 2005:1A, June 30
"DeSoto, Webster squeeze 2006 budget proposals," 2005:4B, Dec. 7
"Event aims to raise funds for performing arts center" [Cultural Crossroads], 2005:4B, Nov. 3
"Fire district proposed for former LAAP site," 2005:1B, Feb. 2
"Group seeks to build lakes with no money from state" [reservoirs], 2005:5A, May 29
"School upgrades for DeSoto, Webster," 2005:3K, April 17
"Sheriff scrutinizes budget as vote looms," 2005:1A, Jan. 3
"Sibley loses 2nd police chief in 10 months," 2005:1B, April 16
"Springhill IP plant may face closure," 2005:1A, July 21
"Springhill voters face two proposals," 2004:1B, Jan. 12
"Tax renewals, vacant offices on 3 parish ballots Saturday," 2005:4B, October13
"Tornado destroys seven houses" [Webster/Bienville], 2005:1A, April 7
"Voters face new taxes, renewals on Saturday," 2005:1B, Jan. 13
"Webster Habitat exceeds its recycling goal of 2004," 2005:1B, Jan. 6
"Webster health unit gets initial funding," 2005:1B, March 5
"Webster OKs two proposals," 2005:1B, Jan. 16
"Webster Parish business expands into new facility," 2005:6B, Feb. 23
"Webster picks site for animal shelter," 2005:2B, March 2
"Webster store raid triggers talks on laws," 2005:1B, May 4
"Webster to save money with new landfill deal," 2005:2B, Jan. 5
West Nile Virus
"16 new cases of West Nile reported," 2005:1B, August 16
"Another Caddo man dies of West Nile," 2005:1B, August 31
"Area has 5 human West Nile cases," 2005:1B, August 5
"Caddo has 3 new cases of West Nile," 2005:2B, Nov. 18
"Fewer details on cases released," 2005:1A, August 6
"La. sees 17 new cases of West Nile in a week," 2005:2B, August 23
"Louisiana reports two new human cases of West Nile," 2005:2B, July 27
"Louisiana's first West Nile virus cases of 2005 reported Tuesday," 2005:4B, July 13
"Mosquite officials on alert for West Nile," 2005:1B, July 14
"Report of West Nile cases leads to more spraying requests," 2005:1A, August 20
"West Nile bides time," 2005:1A, April 19
"West Nile kills Shreveporter," 2005:1A, August 13
Wideman Piano Competition
"Wideman competition returns to Shreveport," 2005:1B, Dec. 4
"Wideman competition selects two winners," 2005:1B, Dec. 5
"Wideman Piano Competition returns to Centenary College," 2005:2D, Dec. 2
Willis-Knighton Health System
"Duplication of health care not best use of funds" [Letter to editor], 2005:7I, Jan. 2
"Heart transplant program closer to reactivation," 2005:1A, August 18
"Heart transplants to resume with hiring of surgeon," 2005:1A, April 27
"Hospitals full; EMS goes into 'overload," 2005:1A, Feb. 11
"New independent clinic part of growing medical trend," 2005:5I, March 13
"W-K cancer treatment gains recognition," 2005:1I, April 10
"W-K CEO slated to be honored today," 2005:3B, April 12
"W-K to present 'Style for Your Heart' fashion show," 2005:6D, Feb. 16
"WK back in flu shot business," 2005:1B, Nov. 8
"WK center to open Sunday," 2005:6B, October 7
"WK to reset shot clinics," 2005:1A, October 28
Women in Shreveport
"Athena Award recipient named" [Linda Biernacki], 2005:8B, Sept. 16
"Women leaders help create statewide agenda," 2005:1B, June 5
"Women pool their resources for charity" [Women's Philanthropy Network], 2005:1B, October 4
"Women's group set to reopen this week," 2005:6B, June 8
World War II
"1940 volunteer draftee ponders past," 2005:1B, Nov. 26
"Brothers in arms reunited" [Foster, Lonnie], 2005:5B, June 26
"French village to honor pilot" [Coleman, W.G. Jr.], 2005:1A, July 9
"Liberator to share stories of concentration camp," 2005:1A, May 14
"Memorial sought for victims of training during World War II," 2005:1A, July 18
"Survivor, war veteran recall Holocaust pain," 2005:1B, May 16
"Underage veterans part of war history," 2005:1B, Feb. 6
"Veteran gets his medals 60 years later," 2005:1B, Nov. 14

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YWCA
"Allendale YWCA rededicates its pool," 2005:3B, June 25
"Art celebration focuses on, raises money for women," 2005:1B, March 7
"Center, shelter planned for Ledbetter Heights," 2005:1A, July 24
"Service kicks off YWCA Week Without Violence," 2005:1B, October 17
"Soldiers of Compassion coming to downtown Shreveport," 2005:1B, January 29
"Week to reflect on abuse, racism," 2005:1B, October 15
"YWCA honors women who have made a difference," 2005:2B, March 3
"YWCA kicks off Celebration of Women Week," 2005:2B, Feb. 28

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