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Adley, Sen. Robert
"Truck stop public notice bill moves on," 2006:2B, May 25
AIDS
"Shreveport part of HIV/AIDS Awareness Day," 2006:1B, Feb. 8
"Touring AIDS activists make local stop," 2006:2B, July 14
"World AIDS Day ceremony scheduled," 2006:2B, Dec. 1
Allendale
"Allendale Blitz Build ends with dedication," 2006:1A, Sept. 23
"Allendale residents seek renewal," 2006:1A, Oct. 27
"Creating a new Allendale," 2006:1A, Sept. 18
"Crowd prays for future of Higher Ground project," 2006:1B, June 25
"Faith in the inner city," 2006:1A, Jan. 28
"Hammerin' Irish' pound last nail for Higher Ground home," 2006:3B, June 24
"Millard Fuller on Allendale blitz build," 2006:1A, Sept. 19
"Residents participate in revitalization program," 2006:1B, Oct. 26
"Shreveport project receives money from Bush-Clinton fund," 2006:1A, Sept. 16
Alliance for Education
"$100,000 grant to go toward academics," 2006:1A, Nov. 6
"Education organizations say they complement one another," 2006:3A, Jan. 12
"Ex-education chief to moderate forum," 2006:1A, Jan. 9
"Hospitals help Caddo school with wellness plan," 2006:1A, July 2
"Maps and measurments" [Arthur Circle], 2006:1B, Jan. 31
"Pilot program aims to curb dropout rate," 2006:1A, April 30
"Seeking common ground," 2006:1A, Jan. 12
"Walk garners $100K," 2006:1B, Oct. 22
American Rose Center
"Rose center to dedicate Mary Johnston Garden," 2006:2D, Oct. 14
Art in Shreveport
"A snapshot for old times sake" [Mike Rosebery], 2006:2E, Feb. 17
"Area artists showcase work in art book," 2006:1D, Aug.8
"Art exhibit to open at The Glen," 2006:3D, Dec. 26
"Artist brings aid through art" [Jerry Davenport], 2006:14E, Sept. 15
"Artist rediscovers his creative urges"[Reggie Campbell], 2006:2E, Feb. 24
"Artspace exhibit reflects creative N.O.", 2006:1D, April 20
"Artspace folk-life events are coming to an end," 2006:2D, Apirl 11
"Artspace schedules folk-art activities," 2006:3D, March 7
"Artspace set to host folk art-related events," 2006:3D, Feb. 28
"Bistineau to exhibit contrasting styles, media," 2006:2D, April 18
"Center to host artist reception" [Rona Fowler], 2006:3D, April 26
"Dancer practices the art of the body" [Tiffany Hayes], 2006:2E, April 14
"Deck the Halls' to open at SRAC on Saturday," 2006:6D, Nov. 14
"Displaced actors to perform at artspace," 2006:2D, May 9
"Events at artspace center around exhibit" [Folk Art], 2006:2D, Feb. 21
"Finck's murals all over Bossier schools," 2006:1B, Dec. 25
"Focus on folks," 2006:1D, March 14
"Folk art-type programs continue at artspace," 2006:2D, April 4
"For artists, small local scene nurtures creativity," 2006:1D, Jan. 24
"Inter City Row to showcase the Soul of Shreveport," 2006:1D, June 13
"Karpeles to display local art" [John Dellenger], 2006:1D, Jan. 12
"Kelly Wiggins brightens interiors," 2006:2E, Aug. 11
"Lisa Smith, one canvas, many media," 2006:2E, Aug. 4
"Local artist prays with her paintbrush" [Frances Drew], 2006:2E, March17
"Michael Parker pushes the arts," 2006:21E, Sept. 8
"New 'Bubble Rap' to open at Centenary, LSUS," 2006:4E, Sept. 29
"Outsider takes a look at city's inner being," 2006:2E, March 10
"Painting turns sadness to joy" [Rona Fowler], 2006:2E, May 5
"Pastels Society exhibiting work," 2006:2D, Apirl 11
"Patricia Mason captures new technique," 2006:12E, Dec. 1
"Paul Garner makes his local debut," 2006:2E, July 21
"Portrait artist's work unites people" [Tamsha Tyson], 2006:2E, May 26
"Scott Griffin images of Italy on display," 2006:2D, Aug.8
"Sculpture exhibit to open at coolspace" [Stacy Deslatte], 2006:2D, April 20
"The world according to Mary" [Mary Porter], 2006:2E, Feb. 10
"Visual Arts Company gives students a taste of art career," 2006:1D, Feb. 24
"West Edge gains gallery," 2006:1D, Nov. 10
"What's in a name?" [Hanna; Delaney], 2006:1D, Jan. 10
Arthur Ray Teague Parkway
"Bossier buys property for parkway extension," 2006:1A, June 19
"Bossier must wait for parkway extension," 2006:1B, Jan. 30
AT&T
"Shareholders approve BellSouth, AT&T merger," 2006:1A, July 22

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BAFB
"40% of B-52s may be cut," 2006:1A, Jan. 31
"8th Air Force head tapped for promotion, transfer," 2006:1B, April 29
"A-10 unit returns from exercise," 2006:1B, Aug. 20
"Air Force changes network structure," 2006:1B, July 6
"Air Force museum ready for fundraiser," 2006:1B, Jan.16
"Air Force to test gear here," 2006:2B, Jan. 7
"Air show to showcase old, new craft," 2006:12E, May 12
"B-52s targeted fro drawdown," 2006:1A, Feb. 4
"BAFB A-10 pilots snag top bombing award," 2006:2B, March 27
"BAFB benefits from recycling program," 2006:1A, April 8
"BAFB bombers to take part in major exercise," 2006:5B, June 22
"BAFB considered for new Air Force mission," 2006:4B, Dec. 13
"BAFB gets thank-you concert from Costner," 2006:1A, Feb. 24
"BAFB new home to fighters," 2006:1B, March 22
"BAFB personnel treated to picnic," 2006:1B, Aug. 5
"BAFB pilots head west looking for a fight," 2006:1B, Aug.1
"BAFB reserve bombers achieve milestone," 2006:2B, July 18
"BAFB's top camerman retires after 25 years," 2006:1B, July 3
"Barkdale major court-martialed for online chat," 2006:1B, June 6
"Barksdale Air Show has audience saluting the sky," 2006:1A, May 14
"Barksdale has long history of change," 2006:1A, Feb. 5
"Bomber's nose art getting world tour," 2006:1B, May 8
"Bush promotes former BAFB figure" [William Fraser], 2006:1B, April 20
"Chilton bids farewell to 8th Air Force today," 2006:2B, June 13
"Command of 8th Air Force changes hands," 2006:1B, June 14
"Command of reserve wing set to change Saturday," 2006:4B, Nov. 2
"Fall festival has something for everyone," 2006:4E, Oct. 13
"Former wing commander flies 'syn-fuel blend' B-52," 2006:4B, Dec. 16
"From military spouse to entrpreneur," 2006:5B, Oct. 9
"Local reservists train in Alaska for mission," 2006:1B, April 30
"Military budget up: number of troops to fall," 2006:1B, Feb. 7
"Mission 15 years ago put BAFB at tip of Desert Storm spear," 2006:1B, Jan.16
"Move to update B-52 fleet approved," 2006:1A, March 17
"Myriad acts fill 2006 BAFB air show bill," 2006:1B, April 30
"Planes, pyrotechnics and popcorn," 2006:1B, May 15
"RED HORSE unit returns home," 2006:1B, Jan. 15
"Reserve wing here to get new boss," 2006:1B, Sept. 30
"Reservists start year with exercises for inspection," 2006:1A, Feb. 6
"Starbase La. director receives national award," 2006:4B, April 29
"Tarter to pin on first star," 2006:1B, July 7
"Terrorist attacks leave legacy," 2006:1A, Sept. 11
"Vitter pays fact-finding visit to BAFB," 2006:1B, Feb. 22
Banks
"Diverse market," 2006:6B, June 27
"Red River Bank planning to open local office here," 2006:6B, Jan. 18
Barnwell Art Center
"Art club to exhibit at Barnwell" [Shreveport Art Club], 2006:2D, Feb. 21
"Barnwell selects a director," 2006:2B, Sept. 5
"Barnwell to exhibit Don Edwards' paintings," 2006:6D, Aug. 11
"Bonsai Society set to hold annual show," 2006:2D, April 6
"Center to hold 'Holiday Open House," 2006:7A, Dec. 6
Beaird, Carolyn Williams
"Community colunteer dies at age of 82," 2006:3B, Jan. 28
"Obituary," 2006:3B, Jan. 28
Beaird, Charles T.
"Leaders celebrate late philanthropist," 2006:1A, April 23
"Philanthropist and publisher, dies," 2006:1A, April 19
Bean, John
"Bean lauded at service," 2006:1A, Aug. 3
"Herby K's security video may provide clues to shooting," 2006:1A, Aug.1
"Obituary," 2006:3B, Aug.1
Beard, Alana
"Beard has long offseason," 2006:3C, May 16
Belle, Albert
"Will the Hall call?", 2006:1C, Jan.10
Benton, La.
"Benton booming," 2006:1A, June 30
BESE
"New school funding plan awaiting board OK," 2006:1A, March 14
"School funding plan tops $2.6B," 2006:1B, March 15
Biomedical Research Foundation
"Biomed recognized for tech-based initiative," 2006:4B, June 14
Black Community
"Celebration puts spotlight on unity," 2006:1B, March 15
"Gospel Glow" [Amistad Radio Group], 2006:6B, March 8
"Inter City Row to showcase the Soul of Shreveport," 2006:1D, June 13
"Kwanzaa," 2006:1A, Dec. 26
"Minority Business Council Expo draws crowd," 2006:6B, Nov. 2
"Niece of Rosa Parks offers encouragement to children," 2006:4B, Sept. 16
"Sickle Cell Softball Tournament turns 30," 2006:1A, July 8
Black History
"Area pioneers remember integration," 2006:1A, Feb. 27
"Change comes through understanding," 2006:1A, Feb. 28
"Community remembers MLK," 2006:1A, Jan.16
"Debate points to race in Katrina's aftermath," 2006:1B, Feb. 16
"How long will Black History Month last?", 2006:1A, Feb.13
"Parade recognizes history and community," 2006:1B, Feb. 5
"Parade teaches children about King," 2006:1B, Jan.17
"Parade will continue to promote pride," 2006:1B, Feb. 28
Blanco, Gov. Kathleen
"2006 legislative agenda detailed," 2006:4A, April 2
"Blanco administration selects housing contractor," 2006:4B, June 10
"Blanco aide a former Abramoff employee," 2006:1A, Jan. 21
"Blanco considering veto of ethanol bill," 2006:2B, June 7
"Blanco cues to block offshore lease sale," 2006:1B, July 21
Board of Regents
"Some college faculty to get pay raises," 2006:5B, June 22
"Students of online colleges encouraged to choose carefully," 2006:1A, July 24
Board of Supervisors
"LSU Board chairman quits," 2006:1A, March 9
"LSU board eases off president selection," 2006:1A, March 11
BosParish-Community College
"Actress brings personality to the stage" [Tonya Free], 20061E, April 7
"BPCC gets $1M for training," 2006:1A, Oct. 17
"BPCC hoops coach receives top state honor," 2006:2B, May 13
"BPCC playing a role in state's recovery," 2006:1A, Feb. 1
"BPCC schedules auditions for 'Grease," 2006:2D, Feb. 7
"BPCC spring music concerts scheduled," 2006:3D, April 18
"BPCC to hold auditions for 'Sleep 'N' Beauty," 2006:2D, Jan. 24
"BPCC to hold fall music scholarship auditions," 2006:3D, April 18, March 7
"BPCC to hold sixth annual play festival," 2006:3D, May 9
"Breeding ideas," 2006:1I, June 11
"Brothers Two' to showcase BPCC's film program," 2006:4E, June 2
"Cast's energy sustain "Grease," 2006:4B, April 30
"Cavalier Players fly with 'Peter Pan," 2006:1D, Oct. 17
"Class act" [drama department], 2006:1D, April 3
"Faculty reflect during BPCC's 40th anniversary," 2006:1A, Oct. 13
"Feature film wins top honor in Houston," 2006:4B, April 30
"Forum debates teacher raises," 2006:1B, April 21
"Grease' is the word," 2006:1D, April 25
"La. pulls plug on four local unaccredited programs," 2006:1A, Jan.27
"Laura Beeman lives off of local theaters," 2006:2E, April 28
"LeGrand scholarship in memory of foundation head," 2006:4B, Oct. 7
"Locally written movie to premiere Friday in Minden," 2006:1B, Jan.5
"Making his case" [criminal justice instructor], 2006:2B, March 25
"Mr. Bill creator to work with students," 2006:1B, Jan.17
"On the big screen," 2006:1A, Jan. 19
"Peter Pan' to open BPCC season," 2006:2D, Sept. 26
"Pvt. Wars' offers beautiful vision uneven comedy," 2006:4B, July 29
"Service, stressed in military leaders' talks," 2006:1B, Nov. 9
"Staff learns what it's like to be in wheelchair," 2006:2B, April 29
"Students, faculty fly at back-to-school event," 2006:1B, Aug. 23
BosParish-Courthouse
"Wireless technology has its day in court," 2006:1A, July 17
BosParish-Juvenile Detention Center
"Future management of center uncertain," 2006:1A, April 5
"New management takes over Bossier center," 2006:1A, April 18
BosParish-Library
"Caddo Indians subject of symposium," 2006:3D, Oct. 3
"Expansions under way at libraries," 2006:2B, Feb.18
"Grand opening for Benton library," 2006:1B, Dec. 16
"Library renovations nearly complete," 2006:1B, Sept. 18
"Louis Covington to retire after 27 Years," 2006:2B, Feb. 25
BosParish-Metropolitan Planning Commission
"Apartments draw criticism," 2006:1B, Nov. 7
"Residents say no" [LeOaks Drive], 2006:2B, Nov. 26
"Standards demanded from residents," 2006:1A, April 10
BosParish-Police Jury
"Bossier adopts national response system," 2006:3B, Sept. 21
"Bossier aims to save with inmate dental plan," 2006:1B, Nov. 21
"Bossier may spend more on park," 2006:2B, July 6
"Bossier park gets funding for 3-mile bicycle trail," 2006:1A, Dec. 11
"Bossier pushes for tax increase for roads," 2006:1B, June 2
"Bossier residents may pay more for roads," 2006:1B, May 18
"Bossier residents try to stop truck stop," 2006:1B, Aug. 3
"Bossier weighs garbage collection," 2006:1B, Feb.13
"Citizens ask parish to reconsider truck stop decision," 2006:1B, Jan. 19
"Citizens' Coalition born out of fight over truck stop," 2006:1A, March 21
"Darbys make history in Bossier government," 2006:1A, Jan.16
"Jury sets definition for modular home," 2006:1B, Aug.31
"Mobile home park's fate to be decided this week," 2006:1A, April 17
"North Bossier residents offered trash pickup," 2006:1B, Feb. 25
"Police Jury eyes land near its courthouse," 2006:2B, July 6
"Police Jury takes 'road show' to City Council," 2006:4B, Aug. 16
"Residents could pay more for newer roads, sewage," 2006:1A, May 17
"Residents don't want cell tower in Bossier," 2006:1A, Oct. 6
"Traffic relief coming for some Bossier City drivers," 2006:1B, April 6
"Zoning turned down for mobile park," 2006:1B, April 20
BosParish-School Board
"Board adjusts activity funds rules after arrest," 2006:1A, April 14
"Board closes on school land deal," 2006:5B, Oct. 20
"Board committee to discuss giving $100,000 to park," 2006:4B, Feb. 1
"Board not likely to pay for use of tennis courts," 2006:2B, April 26
"Board puts off decision on superintendent's pay," 2006:1B, March 3
"Board to finalize raises, Haughton land deal," 2006:1A, July 31
"Bossier aims for better bus cameras," 2006:1B, Aug. 21
"Bossier Board to vote on school positions," 2006:4B, June 15
BosParish-Schools
"$7.8M accepted to build Legacy Elementary," 2006:4B, Dec. 21
"After-School Advantage grant up for renewal," 2006:1B, July 15
"Airline High fund under investigation," 2006:1A, May 19
"Benton Elementary gets exterior face-life," 2006:1B, Aug. 19
"Bossier adds full-time clerical aide positions," 2006:1B, Sept. 30
"Bossier schools get grants for technology," 2006:1B, Oct. 24
"Bossier schools stress need for security," 2006:1A, Oct. 6
"Bossier schools' alcohol, drug policy unchanged," 2006:1B, April 27
"Bossier students fare well on iLEAP," 2006:1B, Sept. 7
"Contest brings marching bands together," 2006:1B, Oct. 22
"Counselors aim for national certification," 2006:1A, Oct. 12
"Crowded campuses eagerly await new school construction," 2006:2B, Feb. 4
"Demand for construction affects Bossier projects," 2006:1A, June 26
"Four schools get upgraded security cameras," 2006:1A, Oct. 10
"Grant means more science materials for Bossier schools," 2006:1B, Jan. 11
"Grants to fund school projects," 2006:1B, June 4
"Jail time suspended for Bud Dean," 2006:1A, June 22
"Kerr receives grant from Nike Jordan Foundation," 2006:1B, Nov. 20
"Learning to adjust," 2006:1A, Feb. 5
"Meadowview students scoop up books during summer," 2006:1B, June 20
BosParish-Sheriff's Office
"Bossier deputy fired after DWI arrest" [Ragan Lowe], 2006:1A, June 2
"Seniors get fans, water to help in extreme heat," 2006:1A, July 18
"Sheriff creates new post," 2006:1B, Jan.27
"Sheriff's office opens training facility," 2006:1B, Sept. 19
"Statistics show drop in crime rate locally," 2006:2B, Jan. 23
"Tip nets evacuee shelter arrests," 2006:1A, April 21
Bossier Arts Council
"Arts council to plead for funding," 2006:1A, Oct. 31
"Bossier High students put new paint on Metal Art Zoo," 2006:2B, May 13
"Senior theater group to begin in Bossier City," 2006:2D, Aug. 15
Bossier City
"Bossier marshal unveils new expanded offices," 2006:1B, June 7
"Railroads will pay for stopping traffic," 2006:1A, May 4
"Smaller projects tucked into city's five-year budget," 2006:2B, March 11
Bossier Parish
"Bossier balances population boom, road improvements," 2006:1B, Dec. 1
"Courthouse addition opens as construction continues," 2006:2B, June 10
"Former juvenile detention center director arrested," 2006:2B, Feb. 5
"Juvenile detention center director and guard fired," 2006:4B, Feb. 4
"Parish jail may get in-house dentist," 2006:2B, Feb. 4
"Parishes get in line for mosquito money," 2006:1B, Dec. 11
"Work under way on Bossier roads," 2006:1A, April 10
Bossier-Arts Council
"Arts Council chugging through changes," 2006:2B, April 22
"Arts Council to dedicate 'River Goddess," 2006:3D, Feb. 28
"Arts Council to offer acting classes," 2006:2D, April 25
"BAC gets new director" [Richard Folmer], 2006:4B, June 7
"Council to hold grant workshops," 2006:2D, Apirl 11
Bossier-Chamber of Commerce
"Bobby Jindal to speak at luncheon," 2006:4B, Feb. 16
"Chamber lauds Carleton, Horseshoe, LaDowns," 2006:1B, Jan. 25
"Chamber philosophy: Make things happen," 2006:5B, Feb. 6
"Stacy Brown earns Bossier chamber's Athena Award," 2006:6B, May 17
Bossier-City Council
"Access to Teague Parkway unlikely for development," 2006:1A, July 26
"Bossier alters plans for Benton overpass," 2006:1A, Feb. 27
"Bossier annexes 28.464 acres," 2006:1B, Nov. 22
"Bossier council to vote on drainage project," 2006:1B, Oct. 17
"Bossier council votes for security improvements," 2006:2B, Oct. 5
"Bossier OKs final part of budget," 2006:1A, Nov. 15
"Bossier postpones vote on budgets," 2006:1B, Feb. 22
"Bossier welcomes tennis pro at city park" [Elana Engleman], 2006:2B, May 24
"Bossier's 2007 budget delayed," 2006:1B, Oct. 14
"Budget sees long-term focus on traffic," 2006:1A, Feb. 20
"City Council weighs security at Boardwalk," 2006:1B, June 8
"Council approves lights for U.S. 80," 2006:2B, Dec. 20
"Council approves money to have pipe moved," 2006:4B, Sept. 6
"Council approves more money for capital projects," 2006:2B, March 8
"Council panel to review procedures," 2006:3B, Sept. 21
"Council proposes ending funds to 11 groups," 2006:1A, Oct. 26
"Council says no to curb cuts on parkway," 2006:4B, Aug. 2
"Council tells schools no water until traffic is clear," 2006:2B, Dec. 6
"Councilman calls for investigation of procedure," 2006:2B, August 30
"Development in jeopardy without access to parkway," 2006:1B, July 19
"Fate of Bossier parkway on Council agenda," 2006:1B, July 18
"La. Boardwalk security workshop scrapped," 2006:3B, June 14
"Law addresses emergency access to gated communities," 2006:1A, May 15
Bossier-City Government
"Women scarce on Bossier's most powerful boards," 2006:1A, July 22
Bossier-Economy
"Area sees sales tax funds rise," 2006:1A, Feb. 7
"Bossier housing market strong," 2006:1B, Feb. 20
"Bossier retail growth offers shopping alternative," 2006:1A, Jan. 26
"Growth equals more congestion on Viking Drive," 2006:1A, March 2
"Jobless rate here drops in March," 2006:6A, April 28
"Jobless rate increase matches statewide numbers," 2006:2B, July 26
Bossier-Environment
"Environmental hazard ruled out at Benton overpass," 2006:1B, Sept. 1
"Inoperable vehicles viewed as growing problem," 2006:1B, Feb. 6
Bossier-Fire Dept.
"Bossier firefighter will receive national award," 2006:2B, May 17
"Bossier safety clowns rank high in inaugural gig," 2006:1B, Oct. 14
"Fire safety something to sing about," 2006:1B, Oct. 3
"Improved fire ratings mean lower premiums in Bossier," 2006:1A, Aug. 18
"Salary lowest in area," 2006:1B, Nov. 7
"Shreveport, Bossier fire, police fight to raise money," 2006:1B, June 9
Bossier-Police Dept.
"4-legged officers join Bossier force," 2006:1B, Oct. 26
"Bossier officers to restart foot patrols," 2006:4B, April 27
Bossier-Shreveport Battlewings
"ArenaCup won't return," 2006:1C, June 30
"Battle Wings receiver is grandson of Hank Aaron," 2006:1C, April 24
"Battle Wings simplify playbook for 2006," 2006:1C, April 4
"Meet the Wings," 2006:3C, April 8
"Norris named new Wings coach," 2006:1C, Oct. 3
"Wings have new coach, attitude," 2006:1C, April 6
"Wings to open season," 2006:1C, April 8
Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs
"Abundance of shots leads to wins in CHL," 2006:1C, Jan.27
"Bes has no regrets," 2006:1C, May 5
"Bugs one win away," 2006:1C, April 23
"Bugs outlast SteelHounds," 2006:1C, Feb. 15
"Bugs seek revenge in Laredo, Texas," 2006:1A, April 28
"Bugs stung in shootout," 2006:1C, March 8
"Bugs' co-owner lashes out," 2006:1C, Jan.6
"Bugs, Eagles set for much anticipated series," 2006:1C, April 18
"Carroll wins CHL All-Star Game," 2006:1C, Jan. 19
"CHL president's cup finals," 2006:1C, May 3
"Kemp thrown into fire," 2006:1C, March 2
"Lupul's injury mars Bugs' division title," 2006:1C, Feb. 26
"Mudbug meltdown," 2006:1C, May 7
"Mudbugs awarded the 2007 CHL All-Star Game," 2006:1A, Jan. 18
"Mudbugs cash in," 2006:1C, April 25
"Mudbugs find several positives," 2006:1C, May 10
"Mudbugs finish off first series," 2006:1C, April 10
"Mudbugs lose five key scorers," 2006:1C, Aug. 11
"Mudbugs on verge of shake-up," 2006:1C, Jan. 18
"Mudbugs play home finale tonight," 2006: 1C, March 23
"Mudbugs rally past Rayz," 2006:1C, Feb. 8
"Mudbugs take time in Memphis," 2006:1A, Nov. 4
"Mudbugs' midseason report," 2006:1C, Jan. 20
"Mudbugs' offseason offers hope, intrigue," 2006:1C, July 8
"Mudbugs' offseason will be full of change," 2006:2C, May 10
"Mudbugs' streak reaches nine," 2006:4C, Feb. 17
"Opening night-mare," 2006:1C, April 29
"Rivalry gets fresh start," 2006:1C, April 28
"Sheppard enjoys success," 2006:1C, Jan. 18
"Teams reach out to fans," 2006:1C, Aug.1
"Thorn in Bugs' side returns," 2006:1C, Feb. 14
"Wildfong will be on All-Star team," 2006: 4C, Dec. 29
BPAR
"Bossier City to add new youth sport" [soccer], 2006:2B, Feb. 4
"Locals gather for opening of tennis center," 2006:2B, July 1
"N. Bossier Tennis Center opens to good reviews," 2006:2B, June 17
"Pavilion, more in store for North Bossier Park," 2006:2B, April 22
Bradshaw, Terry
"Tech unveils Bradshaw gift," 2006:1C, Aug. 23
Bridges
"DOTD opens Swan Lake Road bridge," 2006:1B, Aug. 11
"Drivers to feel squeeze on Jimmie Davis Bridge," 2006:1A, Aug. 5
"Plans brewing for Bayou Pierre bridge to get face-lift," 2006:1B, April 24
"Shreveport-Barksdale Bridge found ally in N.O.", 2006:5I, May 14
Byrd High School
"Byrd alumnus gives $100,000 to alma mater," 2006:1A, March 15
"Byrd journalists collect honors," 2006:1B, March 30
"Retired general urges students to excel," 2006:2B, Feb. 26
"Traffic woes persistent at Byrd," 2006:1A, Jan. 21

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Caddo Lake
"Giant salvinia threatens Caddo Lake," 2006:1A, Sept. 30
Caddo Parish
"FEMA and parish officials at odds on housing issue," 2006:1B, Jan. 12
"Funds OK'd for sewage system in rural Caddo," 2006:1B, April 21
"Ida rallies to keep 100-year-old road open," 2006:1B, Jan. 12
"Juvenile judges may hand over responsibilities," 2006:1A, March 14
"Juvenile justice issues debated," 2006:1A, April 6
"Slain firefighter buried with honors" [Joe Prock], 2006:1A, April 6
Caddo-Juvenile Justice
"Caddo struggles with looming deficit," 2006:1A, Nov. 30
CadParish-Commission
"Appointees to public boards sign loyalty agreement," 2006:1B, June 22
"Edwin Scott appointed new juvenile services director," 2006:1A, July 7
"Busada out as appointee for port commission," 2006:1B, June 24
"Business group waiting to move into old library" [So.Hills], 2006:1B, Feb.11
"Caddo again floats levy for juvenile court system," 2006:1B, Jan. 11
"Caddo calls prescription drug program a success," 2006:1B, Jan. 23
"Caddo Commission fills three vacancies," 2006:1B, Dec. 1
"Caddo employees receive pay raise," 2006:1A, Nov. 27
"Caddo expects to appoint administrator today," 2006:1B, Oct. 5
"Caddo Parish withholds funding for youth shelter," 2006:1A, March 21
"Caddo takes over juvenile detention," 2006:1A, July 1
"Commission eyes ways to oust indicted official" [Rod Caston], 2006:1B, Feb. 3
"Commission names Woody Wilson as administrator," 2006:1A, Oct. 6
"Commission prepared to adopt 2007 budget," 2006:1B, Nov. 16
"Commission to handle discipline of Juvenile Court employee," 2006:4B, March 2
"Commission to shift juvenile clerk duties," 2006:1B, July 20
"Commission works toward crime lab," 2006:1A, June 23
"Commissioners eye cutting medical costs for inmates," 2006: 1A, March 23
"Embattled Zoning Board member steps down" [Caston], 2006:1A, Feb. 7
"Fate of sales tax vote to be decided," 2006:1A, Feb. 28
"Hanna retires," 2006:1A, Sept. 1
"Hanna to retire Sept. 1," 2006:1A, July 18
"Lucky named interim Caddo administrator," 2006:1A, Sept. 2
"New Caddo administrator comes ready," 2006:1A, Oct. 15
"Plan to address juvenile justice issues delayed," 2006:1B, April 6
"Port panel grants companies 30-year tax exemption," 2006:1B, June 14
"Resident questions Commission's expenditures," 2006:3B, July 8
"Residents complain of ignored properties," 2006:1B, April 14
"Resumes trickle in," 2006:1A, Nov. 20
"Sales tax boost may be on Nov. ballot," 2006:1B, Apirl 11
"Search on for new Caddo administrator," 2006:1A, July 23
"Shreveport backs two contested zoning bids," 2006:1A, Jan. 11
"Top seven candidates named," 2006:1B, Sept. 20
"Vote on sales tax canceled," 2006:1B, March 1
CadParish-Coroner's Office
"Autopsy backlong nearly caught up, coroner says," 2006:1A, Feb. 20
"Autopsy delays fuel frustrations," 2006:1A, Jan.16
"Backlog progress pleases coroner," 2006:1A, May 21
"Blaze at ex-coroner's office an accident," 2006:2B, July 7
"Coroner" Autopsy backlog held up by investigation," 2006:1B, May 19
"Coroner's office seeks proposals for body transports," 2006:1A, Jan. 28
"Interim coroner to take over officially in April," 2006:2B, Feb. 14
"Late coroner may not have observed autopsies," 2006:1A, April 19
"Obstacles have not dashed interim coroner's plans," 2006:3A, Jan.16
"Pathologist questions procedures," 2006:1A, April 20
CadParish-Correctional Center
"Inmate medication costs swell at Caddo," 2006:1A, March 24
"Paramedics replace nurses at Caddo Correctional," 2006:1B, Dec. 28
"Training teaches deputies to think creatively," 2006:1B, May 23
CadParish-Juvenile Court
"Cherokee Rhone is now a probation officer," 2006:1B, July 28
CadParish-Juvenile Detention Center
"Summit aims to empower young women," 2006:1B, July 30
"Summit set to empower girls," 2006:1B, July 28
CadParish-Juvenile Justice Complex
"Program addresses family needs," 2006:1B, Nov. 13
CadParish-Magnet High School
"Caddo students to perform 'Working," 2006:2D, April 25
"Graduate now protects wife of NBA official," 2006:2B, June 14
"Magnet gymnast soars on 'genetics," 2006:1C, April 20
"Magnet students head to symposium," 2006:1B, Oct. 12
"Magnet students may a play for basketball team," 2006:1B, April 3
"Setting the stage" [Talented Arts Program], 2006:1D, June 6
"Supporters oppose basketball team," 2006:1B, April 19
CadParish-Middle Magnet
"Classroom transformation," 2006:1D, Oct. 7
CadParish-School Board
"15 Caddo school to offer choice transfers," 2006:1A, Aug.8
"Admisisons rule may be partially reversed" [Herndon], 2006:1B, Nov. 6
"Another round of Caddo school changes," 2006:1A, June 4
"Black, white residents divided on zoning issue," 2006:1A, March 7
"Board approves $314M budget," 2006:1A, May 17
"Board changes policy for Herndon," 2006:1A, Nov. 18
"Board delays vote on BTW attendance," 2006:1A, Feb. 22
"Board lowers kindergarten class sized," 2006:1B, June 28
"Board mulls hiring group to observe at schools," 2006:1B, March 12
"Board OKs partnership with N.Caddo Medical Center," 2006:1B, Oct. 20
"Board set to approve Bethune reconstitution plan," 2006:1A, April 13
"Board settles two legal cases," 2006:4B, Sept. 23
"Budget draws fire from ministers' group," 2006:1A, May 3
"Caddo approves math/science magnet at Youree Middle," 2006:1A, Jan. 18
"Caddo gets online school supply lists," 2006:1A, May 10
"Caddo officials outline transfer plan," 2006:1B, Aug. 13
"Caddo residents, officials meet to discuss new schools," 2006:1A, Sept. 27
"Caddo School Board gives raises," 2006:1B, Aug. 16
"Caddo school system delays pay supplement," 2006:1B, Dec. 6
"Caddo schools plans discussed," 2006:1A, June 8
"Caddo schools wade through comments" [consolidation], 2006:1A, Nov. 9
"Caddo talks may reshape local schools," 2006:1B, June 7
"Caddo to offer teachers one-time materials stipend," 2006:1B, Aug. 2
"Caddo to sell more bonds for school air-conditioning," 2006:1A, Jan. 29
"Caddo to spread $18M among school projects," 2006:1A, Nov. 13
"Committee forges ahead with pre-K," 2006:1A, Dec. 18
"Complaint could lead to change in bus schedule," 2006:1B, May 17
"Consulting firm plan for Caddo schools out," 2006:4A, March 22
"Creswell Elementary snags role in movie" ['Premonition'], 2006:1B, Jan. 26
"Fair Park, BTW may combine," 2006:1A, July 20
"Growing pains" [attendance zone changes], 2006:1A, Feb. 17
"Meetings focus on Caddo school reorganization," 2006:1B, Sept. 20
"Officials debate the merits of consulting proposal," 2006:1B, March 21
"Officials seek input on proposed enrollment changes," 2006:1A, March 6
"Panel skirts consolidation" [Ingersoll/Central], 2006:1A, Nov. 30
"Plan allows one pre-K center," 2006:1A, July 21
"Possible Fair Park changes draw comments," 2006:1B, Oct. 11
"Proposal would double prekindergarten availability," 2006:1A, June 24
"School Board member to seek re-election," 2006:1B, June 16
"School Board names two more principals," 2006:2B, June 8
"School Board to vote on pupil-teacher ratio," 2006:1A, May 12
"School Board weighs $314M general fund budget," 2006:1A, April 26
"School employees to get pay supplement," 2006:1A, Dec. 20
"School pay raise decision postponed," 2006:1A, July 19
"Schools may add more security next year," 2006:1A, May 9
"Schools may schedule fall break for 2006-07 year," 2006:1B, Jan. 19
CadParish-Schools
"Investigations continue into bomb threats at Southwood," 2006:1A, Nov. 2
"An education celebration," 2006:1B, Feb. 17
"Battle of the Bands," 2006:1B, 2006:1D, Nov. 2, Oct. 23
"Bethune receives first Women's Philanthropy grant," 2006:1A, Oct. 18"
"Bethune revamps leadership," 20061A, May 30
"BTW maintains SACS accreditation," 2006:1A, Nov. 10
"Caddo cites rising costs key factor in meal increase," 2006:1A, April 29
"Caddo Parish to be pilot site for graduation initiative," 2006:1A, Oct. 8
"Caddo recognized for narrowing achievement gap," 2006:1A, Nov. 19
"Caddo renews 3 school taxes," 2006:1A, Jan. 22
"Caddo schools deemed acceptable," 2006:1A, Oct. 24
"Caddo schools scramble for graduation site," 2006:1A, Jan. 12
"Caddo schools stress need for security," 2006:1A, Oct. 6
"Caddo students fare well on iLEAP," 2006:1B, Sept. 7
"Claiborne students learn physics, rocketry," 2006:1B, April 28
"Counselors aim for national certification," 2006:1A, Oct. 12
"Despite some school gains, Caddo's district ranking slips," 2006:1B, June 29
"Dottie Bell," 2006:1D, April 23
"Eden Gardens join effort to create Safety Town," 2006:1B, Dec. 12
"Eight area schools to participate in catch-up programs," 2006:1A, June 25
"Ex-principal could receive up to $2,800 a month in retirement," 2006:2B, May 10
"Forum speakers oppose school consolidation," 2006:1A, Oct. 27
"K-8 program under review," 2006:1A, July 7
"Linwood Middle wants to become magnet," 2006:1B, Feb. 5
"Linwood students venture EAST into project-based classes," 2006:1B, Aug. 14
"Lunch costs rise," 2006:1A, April 25
"Magnet program at Linwood Middle School likely," 2006:4B, Feb. 8
"Maps and measurements" [Arthur Circle], 2006:1B, Jan. 31
"Mary Harrison of Summer Grove gets $25K award," 2006:1A, Oct. 13
CadParish-Sheriff's Office
"Caddo may house sex offender evacuees," 2006:1A, Aug. 21
"Deputies fired over treatment of prisoner," 2006:1B, May 10
"Easing recruits' way," 2006:1A, July 14
"FEMA to release evacuee records," 2006:1A, July 21
"House OKs bill to give sheriffs evacuee names," 2006:1B, April 20
"Law officers train to identify drunken drivers," 2006:1B, Nov. 22
"National security focus of Red River tour," 2006:1A, June 2
"New law helps authorities track crinimals," 2006:1B, Oct. 5
"Paramedics replace nurses at Caddo Correctional," 2006:1B, Dec. 28
"Prator backs the ban on cockfighting," 2006:1B, Jan. 21
"Program gives safety tips for college-bound," 2006:1B, July 31
"Residents walk, run to benefit Safety Town," 2006:1B, Sept. 10
"Safety Town gains community support," 2006:1B, Aug. 21
"Sheriff to take over courthouse security," 2006:3B, Dec.14
"Sheriff's camp offers boys the great outdoors," 2006:1B, June 13
"Sheriff's course teaches safety with guns," 2006:1B, Nov. 13
"Sheriff's office has 14 new auxiliary deputies," 2006:2B, May 17
"Sheriff's office teaches children gun safety," 2006:1B, July 11
"Sheriffs arm residents to track sex offenders," 2006:1A, Nov. 10
"Statistics show drop in crime rate locally," 2006:2B, Jan. 23
"Tip nets evacuee shelter arrests," 2006:1A, April 21
Campbell, Foster
"Campbell tilts at tax idea again," 2006:1A, Jan. 29
Catholic Church
"Bishop Friend retires," 2006:1D, Oct. 22
"Catholics pray for more clergy at procession," 2006:1A, June 18
"Church Reversal," 2006:1D, March 12
"Diocesan office gains approval from immigration board," 2006:1A, April 21
"Diocese could wait 1-2 years for new bishop," 2006:1A, Oct. 22
"Plan aims to bring back lapsed Catholics," 2006:1B, Feb. 27
"Provenza named diocesan administrator," 2006:1A, Dec. 23
"Symbol blessed by John Paul II inspires procession," 2006:1B, June 16
"Vatican accepts bishop's resignation," 2006:1A, Dec. 21
Centenary College
"Better Than Ezra to headline Gold Dome," 2006:12E, April 21
"Centenary Camerata to perform at Carnegie Hall," 2006:1B, Sept. 16
"Centenary choir director to retire" [Will Andress], 2006:1A, Oct. 11
"Centenary dancers to perform at Kennedy Center," 2006:1D, April 18
"Centenary to kick off Summer Band Concert Series," 2006:2D, June 6
"Chamber Singers set anniversary program," 2006:2D, April 25
"Kollege Kapers to be presented at Centenary," 2006:3D, April 18
"Professors' textbook proves to have shelf life," 2006:2B, Feb. 1
"Scientist brings bird flu knowledge to locals" [Mark Fischetti], 2006:3A, Feb.10
"Taylor Moore leaves legacy as athletic director," 2006:1C, Oct. 23
CenterPoint Energy
"Pipeline to traverse 6 north La. parishes," 2006:1A, July 15
CenturyTel Center
"CenturyTel makes top 75 venues in the world," 2006:1B, Oct. 20
"CenturyTel seeing more concerts in '06," 2006:1A, Jan.27
"Hank Williams, Jr. to perform at CenturyTel," 2006:4B, July 8
"Hillybilly rock star caps off night with a 'Kracker," 2006:2D, April 25
"Kenny Chesney concert to feature solid openers," 2006:113E, April 21
"McGraw, Hill to pack Center," 2006:4E, June 30
"Tim McGraw, Faith Hill to perform at CenturyTel," 2006:1A, May 5
Chimp Haven
"Chimp Haven benefit to mark anniversary," 2006:2D, April 7
"Chimp Haven directors sued: group claims mismanagement," 2006:1B, Dec. 13
"Chimp Haven events mark year anniversary," 2006:6D, March 14
"Chimp Haven faces money problems," 2006:1A, Feb. 23
"Chimp Haven held benefit last weekend," 2006:2D, April 16
"Chimp Haven plans its second release," 2006:1B, July 30
"Chimp Haven receives national accreditation," 2006:1B, July 9
"Chimpanzee dies at Chimp Haven," 2006:4B, Aug. 10
"Discovery Day on Saturday," 2006:4B, Oct. 12
"July is time for a chimp Christmas," 2006:5E, July 7
"New additions embrace Chimp Haven," 2006:1A, Nov. 20
Christus Schumpert Health System
"Class reboots your imagination" [art], 2006:1D, Feb. 17
"Competition intensifies between pediatric units," 2006:1A, Jan. 17
"Local hospitals acquire high-tech CT scanners," 2006:1B, Jan. 21
"Locals participate in breast cancer research," 2006:1A, April 19
"Robotic surgery used on rare condition," 2006:1B, Nov. 29
"Schumpert going smoke free, inside and out," 2006:1A, Nov. 14
"Schumpert opens 1959 time capsule," 2006:2B, May 10
Civil War
"800 enthusiasts participate in Pleasant Hill re-enactment," 2006:1B, April 9
"Civil War submarines, bomber from WWII remain elusive," 2006:1A, March 1
"Civil War talks to start off energized," 2006:1B, Jan.8
"Confederate marker centennial to be rededicated Saturday," 2006:3B, June 7
"Famed diver to return to explore local waters," 2006:1A, Jan. 30
"Fort Humbug not just an armory," 2006:5I, Feb.19
"Historians object to dredging project," 2006:1B, April 17
"Judge among Civil War speakers," 2006:2B, April 10
"Local historian aids 'Battlefield Detectives," 2006:1B, Jan.1
"Local thinks Ark. sets standard for marking sites" [Joiner], 2006:1B, Jan. 14
"Soldier's grave puzzles Bossier historian," 2006:2B, Jan. 28
Clark, Jack
"Former Jounal newsman dies at age 80," 2006:1B, Jan. 7
Clarke, Will
"Former Shreveporter, author proves himself," 2006:1D, July 21
Clyde Fant Parkway
"Construction of skate park on roll," 2006:1B, Jan. 30
Community Foundation
"Community Foundation awards fall grants," 2006:1A, Nov. 14
Community Services
"Church to help purchase houses," 2006:1A, Sept. 27
"Community Renewal receives national recognition," 2006:1B, April 22
"Foundation awards 22 service awards," 2006:4B, June 6
"Gingerbread House received foundation grant," 2006:1B, July 12
"March aims to guarantee meals keep rolling," 2006: 1B, March 23
"Meals on Wheels funding in jeopardy" [CCOA], 2006:1B, Feb. 28
"Needed: Your Time," 2006:1D, July 24
"New group to help nonprofit agencies" [LANO North], 2006:1B, March 4
"Rescue Mission gives sneak peek of new shelter," 2006:1A, Oct. 21
"Rescue Mission opening pushed back to September," 2006:1A, Aug. 4
"Rescue Mission renews efforts to raise funds for new facility," 2006:1B, Feb. 1
"Shotgun houses fall, making room for new life," 2006: 1A, March 23
"Soldiers of Compassion offer youth activities," 2006:1B, July 27
"Stand Down moves to new location," 2006:1B, Nov. 8
"United Way raises allocations for second year," 2006:1B, Apirl 11
"United Way," 2006:1D, Oct.1
"VOA gets $2.3M grant," 2006:1B, Dec. 9
"VOA to provide case management for area's evacuees," 2006:1B, Feb. 7
Cotton
"Cotton gins across area are in full swing," 2006:1I, Sept. 17
"First bale sold and more to come from cotton harvest," 2006:6B, Sept. 27
Cross Lake
"Changes in taste, odor of water likely," 2006:1A, Jan.13

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Daughters of Cross
"Con man sentenced to 25 years in prison," 2006:1A, May 4
David Wade Correctional Center
"Lifers spread their wings," 2006:1D, Feb. 2
DDA
"A garden reborn," 2006:1D, Oct. 21
"Community Renewal asked to pay for blocked parking meters," 2006:1A, May 19
"DDA waives parking fees for nonprofit," 2006:1A, June 28
"Downtown moving up," 2006:6B, Jan. 25
"The future of downtown," 2006:5I, Aug. 13
DeSoto Parish
"DA reviews AG's report of DeSoto Police jury," 2006:1B, March 7
"Debt forces group for the elderly to cut jobs," 2006:1B, April 6
"Decision near on DeSoto 911," 2006:3B, Feb.11
"DeSoto bans sexually-oriented businesses," 2006:1B, Oct. 10
"DeSoto EMS personnel remember one of their own," 2006:1B, April 4
"DeSoto gets $1M grant for upgrades," 2006:1B, May 2
"DeSoto transfer policy OK'd; clears way for construction," 2006:8A, Dec. 14
"Developer announces plan for land in Stonewall," 2006:1B, Feb. 20
"Governing bodies reaching solution on building code," 2006:2B, Nov. 17
"Hurricane response studied as new season nears," 2006:1A, May 9
"I-49 drug checkpoint results in 18 arrests," 2006:1A, April 6
"Mayoral candidates announce," 2006:4B, Feb. 8
"Tax issues, runoff on Saturday's ballot," 2006:1B, April 28
"Traffic problem part of Stonewall's growing pains," 2006:1A, Oct. 17
"Troubled police juror resumes his duties," 2006:1B, April 4
"Unique gun club close to reality," 2006:1A, Oct. 23
Doctors' Hospital
"Doctors in distress?", 2006:1A, Dec. 14
"Hospital cuts jobs, plans for renovation," 2006:1A, Nov. 18
Downtown Airport
"Classic B-17 bomber to visit Shreveport," 2006:4B, Oct. 13
Downtown Development Autority
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East Bank Theatre
"Are We There Yet?' gets lost in tired cliches," 2006:2B, April 29
"Are We There Yet?' to arrive at East Bank," 2006:1D, April 25
"Auditions set for 'Twelfth Night," 2006:6D, Dec. 15
"Box office to open for 'Shakespeare' lampoon," 2006:2D, Feb. 21
"Company Repertory Theatre holds auditions," 2006:2D, Jan. 24
"East Bank to hold auditions for 'The Outsiders," 2006:3D, Oct. 3
"East Bank to host Fletcher Thorne-Thomsen exhibit," 2006:2D, Aug.1
"East Bank to offer diverse season," 2006:2D, June 27
"East Bank to stage 'Seeing 'Stars in Dixie," 2006:6D, Nov. 28
"EBT to hold auditions for 'Ordinary People," 2006:2D, July 11
"Miracle Worker' opens Friday at East Bank," 2006:2D, Jan.17
"Ordinary People' gives young actor a chance to shine," 2006:3D, Sept. 19
"Ordinary People' is good and sad at East Bank," 2006:4B, Sept. 23
"Seeing Stars in Dixie' a timely effort," 2006:4B, Dec. 2
"Senior Stars take on young love," 2006:1D, Oct. 3
"Shortened 'Shakespeare' earns large laughs," 2006:5B, March 12
"The Miracle Worker' finds its magic on stage," 2006:4B, Jan. 22
"Theatre Eclectic to showcase historical characters," 2006:2D, June 6
"Thespian reignites his passion" [Michael Powell], 2006:2E, March 3
Elections
"141 hopefuls file in regional races," 2006:5A, Aug. 10
"19 enter race for Bossier School Board," 2006:5A, Aug. 10
"Absence, education mark final debate," 2006:1B, Sept. 22
"Acree touts her experience as mayoral bid kicks off," 2006:1B, March 31
"Activists, actors campaign for Glover," 2006:1A, Nov. 5
"Ad battle may be sign of future trend," 2006:1A, Sept. 19
"Albritton to seek council's District E seat," 2006:1B, May 11
"Analysts' theories differ on approval of amendments," 2006:1A, Oct. 3
"And the poll says...", 2006:1A, Aug. 23
"Another commissioner sets sights on council seat" [Bob Brown], 2006:1B, April 28
"Arlena Acree welcomes voters to returns party," 2006:3A, Sept. 28
"Armstrong seeks re-election to School Board," 2006:4B, Aug. 9
"Artis Cash enters congressionala race," 2006:1B, June 2
"Artis Cash faces past, looks to future in politics," 2006:1A, June 11
"Attack ad raises questions," 2006:1A, Sept. 27
"Bingham enters Bossier School Board race," 2006:4B, Aug.8
"Blanco urges support of top 4 amendments," 2006:1B, Sept. 28
"Blood donors give Jones the edge," 2006:1B, Nov. 4
"Bossier moves on after tax defeat," 2006:1A, Oct. 5
"Bossier School Board District 11," 2006:7A, Sept. 29
"Bossier School Board District 9,10," 2006:6A, Sept. 29
"Bossier School Board incumbent seeks third term," 2006:1B, July 13
"Bossier School Board to face big decisions," 2006:1B, Oct.1
"Bossier school District 6," 2006:3A, Sept. 28
"Bradley holds rally in MLK area," 20061B, May 30
"Bradley plans to tackle crime, city debt," 2006:1B, Feb. 8
"Bradley to throw support to Glover," 2006:1B, Oct.1
"Bradley unveils revitalization plan," 2006:1B, Aug.8
"Bradley: Have Jones, Glover 'cut a deal?", 2006:1A, Sept. 28
"Brown joins race for District B council seat," 2006:3B, June 20
"Burns seeks re-election to Bossier Board," 2006:4B, Aug.8
"Caddo Board District 12," 2006:3A, Sept. 28
"Caddo commissioner to run for City Council," 2006:1B, April 27
"Caddo high schools to offer voter registration," 2006:1B, May 1
"Caddo seeks vote on juvenile justice tax...again," 2006:1A, Aug. 16
"Caddo's black vote sees steady growth," 2006:1A, Aug. 9
"Campbell foresees bid for governor," 2006:3B, Aug.31
"Candidate backing causes confusion" [John Albritton], 2006:1B, June 3
"Candidates flesh out platforms," 2006:1B, Aug. 14
"Candidates meet in first mayoral forum," 2006:1B, Oct. 24
"Candidates to focus on generating interest in mayor's race," 2006:1B, Oct. 5
"Candidates' differences coming out," 2006:1A, Oct. 22
"Cedric Glover to seek Shreveport mayor's seat," 2006:1B, May 10
"Challenges ahead for Glover, Jones," 2006:1A, Oct.2
"City council profile: Calvin Lester," 2006:1B, Sept. 13
"City council profile: District D," 2006:1B, Sept. 16
"City council profile: Michael Long; Henry McQueen; Rick Seaton], 2006:1B, Sept. 15
"City council profile: Wilbert Williams," 2006:1B, Sept. 13
"Commissioner wants ads pulled," 2006:1A, Nov. 7
"Constitutional amendments challenge voters," 2006:6A, Sept. 26
"Cost of campaigning: $1.4M and counting," 2006:1A, Sept. 25
"Council appointee runs for largest district seat" [Cynthia Robertson], 2006:1B, April 29
"Court of Appeal hears arguments in Shyne challenge," 2006:1B, August 29
"Crawley announces her re-election bid for School Board," 2006:1B, July 11
"Crime a big concern in District G," 2006:1B, Sept. 18
"Displaced La. voters a challenge for elections," 2006:1A, Feb. 6
"District 12 incumbent seeks a second term" [Willie Henderson], 2006:1B, June 24
"District 3's Burton seeks re-election," 2006:1B, June 23
"District 8 candidate announces re-election bid," 2006:1B, June 6
"District B runoff could alter racial makeup of council," 2006:1A, Nov. 4
"District F revitalization," 2006:1B, Sept. 19
"Donny Hood jumps into Bossier School Board race," 2006:2B, July 22
"Down to the wire," 2006:1A, Nov. 7
"Economic development at issue in District E," 2006:1B, Sept. 17
"Economic leader throws hat in mayoral race," 2006:1B, March 25
"Election coverage," 2006:6A, Sept. 26
"Election guide," 2006:SS, Sept. 24
"Elections returns by precinct," 2006:4B, Oct.1
"Ex-city attorney puts aside funds for mayoral bid" [Jerry Jones], 2006:1B, Jan. 26
"Ex-teacher to run for School Board"[Dottie Bell], 2006:1B, May 27
"Experts show how expensive mayor's race is," 2006:1B, Sept. 1
"Extention of Teague Parkway on ballot," 2006:1A, Sept. 29
"Final day of qualifying brings in another candidate," 2006:1A, Aug. 12
"Finck seeks re-election to Bossier Board," 2006:4B, Aug.8
"First mayoral forum scheduled for tonight," 2006:1B, Aug. 3
"First Shreveport mayoral hopeful to announce bid" [Adams, Vernon], 2006:1B, Jan.17
"Former candidates weigh in on mayoral endorsements," 2006:1B, Oct. 4
"Former city attorney leads in mayor's money race," 2006:1A, March 13
"Forums give more chances to hear Shreveport's mayoral candidates," 2006:3B, Aug. 16
"Fundraiser to benefit Swaine in mayor's race," 2006:1B, June 1
"Gary Dowden to seek Bossier School Board seat," 2006:2B, July 22
"Glover & Jones: Issues on youth," 2006:1I, Oct. 22
"Glover announces bid for mayor," 2006:1B, May 13
"Green asks court to hear Shyne case," 2006:1B, Sept. 1
"Green to seek re-election to council," 2006:1B, June 10

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Fair Grounds Field
"Fair Grounds Field turns 20," 2006:1C, April 13
Festival Plaza
"Ice rink entices families downtown," 2006:1A, Nov. 24
"Ice rink," 2006:1B, Nov. 17
"Ice skating on way to downtown," 2006:1B, Oct. 7
"New pavilion to expand use of Festival Plaza," 2006:1B, March 9
Festivals
"19th century to get a workout in Benton," 2006:4E, May 5
"Benton celebrates Bossier history," 2006:1B, May 7
"Benton on the Square," 2006:6B, May 5
"Cinco de Mayo returns downtown," 2006:5E, May 5
"Festival, sunflowers in bloom," 2006:1B, June 25
"Good Times festival kicks off in downtown Shreveport," 2006:1B, June 17
"Highland Jazz & Blues makes for fun," 2006:1B, Nov. 19
"Holiday Trail of Lights to feature new attractions," 2006:3B, Sept. 20
"Let the Good Times Roll," 2006:12E, June 16
"Mudbug Madness 23," 2006:12E, May 26
"Mudbug Madness to offer music, crawfish," 2006:1A, May 24
"Poke Salad begins in Blanchard," 2006:1B, May 9
"Redbud Festival defies bad weather," 2006:1B, March 19
"Summer flower festival to feature the big blooms," 2006:1D, June 17
Film Industry
"$200M movie deal to impact Shreveport," 2006:1A, Sept. 16
"750,000-gallon wave tank could stay in Shreveport," 2006:1B, Feb. 4
"BAFB gets thank-you concert from Costner," 2006:1A, Feb. 24
"Banderas, Bening pairing up to shoot movie in Shreveport," 2006:4B, June 21
"Blonde Ambition' ready for first day," 2006:1A, Nov. 28
"Business is good at the North Pole, Stageworks," 2006:5B, July 31
"Casting call scheduled for movie extras," 2006:4B, Dec. 9
"Chance of a lifetime" [Askley and Micah Harold], 2006:1D, May 9
"Company aims to expand film and TV infrastructure," 2006:1A, Sept. 28
"Construction under way for film center," 2006:1B, April 8
"Costner concert fundraiser aims high; Demi Moore to attend," 2006:1B, June 9
"Costner to perform benefit concert at Municipal," 2006:1A, May 19
"Costner's sold-out concert impresses fans," 2006:1A, June 10
"Creswell Elementary snags role in movie" ['Premonition'], 2006:1B, Jan. 26
"Day job: Hero maker" [Kevin Costner], 2006:1D, Feb. 26
"Dolla" [Donald Samuel], 2006:1D, July 13
"Dream job" [Jonathan Frey], 2006:1D, March 13
"ESPN film 'Ruffian' to be shot locally," 2006:1A, Jan.27
"Ethan Suplee," 2006:1D, July 31
"Expo Hall officially goes Hollywood," 2006:1A, April 6
"Extras being cast for 'Blonde Ambition," 2006:7A, Dec. 6
"Extras enjoy Christmas film despite Natchitoches heat," 2006:3B, July 13
"Film industry magazine ranks La. No. 1 outside California," 2006:1B, Aug. 6
"Film seeks to promote Webster, Claiborne," 2006:1B, Apirl 11
"Filmaker raises more than $1.25M for feature film" [Jeffery Goodman], 2006:1D, Jan.6
"Filming of 'Microware Park' to bring DeNiro," 2006:1A, Dec. 2
"Filmmaker aspires to fit ideas into frames" [Allison Bohl], 2006:2E, June 16
"Guardian' premieres in local theaters," 2006:1A, Sept. 29
"Harold & Kumar' sequel to film here," 2006:1B, Oct. 31
"Homeland Security," 2006:1D, Oct. 23
"Judges,' made by former Shreveporter hits stores" [Stephen Walker], 2006:1B, May 9
"Judging Amy' actor teaches workshops" [Kevin Fahm], 2006:1B, May 26
"Kevin Costner concert nets $98K for local nonprofits," 2006:1B, June 30
"Kevin Costner to sing for local nonprofits," 2006:5E, June 9
"Kevin Kahm turned love of theater into TV career," 2006:1D, July 7
"Local 'Guardian' extras anticipate their moment on screen," 2006:1D, Sept. 11
"Local premiere of 'The Guardian' set for Sept. 28," 2006:2B, Sept. 21
"Locals team up for NBC movie," 2006:1D, Dec. 11
"Movie to be screened here" [Year Without Santa], 2006:2B, Dec. 5
"Moviesauce dishes out five awards," 2006:2B, June 5
"Moviesauce festival showcases independent films," 2006:12E, June 2
"N. La. growing into southern Hollywood," 2006:1A, Oct. 23
"N. La. impressed visiting filmmakers," 2006:1B, March 12
"N.O. gets peek at 'Thief," 2006:1A, March 28
"New business plans to improve film industry," 2006:1B, Sept. 27
"On the big screen," 2006:1A, Jan. 19
"Remaking an icon: On the set of Factory Girl," 2006:1D, Jan. 22
"Renee Caldwell hopes to make it big," 2006:2E, July 28
"Ryan Reid's work performed in Denmark," 2006:11E, Oct. 13
"Samuel L. Jackson coming here," 2006:1A, Oct. 27
"Security' casting belly dancers, FBI agents and a cook," 2006:1B, Sept. 17
"Shreveport a possibility for 'Dallas' film location," 2006:1A, June 14
"Shreveport hopes to lure big-screen production of 'Dallas," 2006:1A, May 4
"Shreveport native Rhianna Mack cast in Lifetime film," 2006:1B, Aug. 19
"Southwood High setting for TV film," 2006:1A, March 8
"Stageworks sets tours for 'Santa," 2006:4E, July 28
"Stars come out for 'The Guardian' in Washington, D.C.", 2006:1A, SEpt. 8
"State's high-speed network may benefit movie industry," 2006:1A, Dec. 12
"The Guardian' casts elite athletes," 2006:1D, Jan. 26
"The Guardian': Local extras await big-screen debut," 2006:12E, Sept. 29
"Thief' to debut Tuesday on FX," 2006:1A, March 27
"Tickets on sale for Costner concert," 2006:4B, May 25
"Two doctors, one director equals 'Action," 2006:1B, March 2
"Visions of stardom 'scene' at Creswell Elementary," 2006:1B, Feb. 8
"Wave Studio working to lure feature films," 2006:1A, Nov. 11
"Wave tank used in movie saved from demolition," 2006:1A, June 20
"Without Santa' arriving at StageWorks in June," 2006:1A, May 16
First Baptist Church
"African group to perform traditional worship music," 2006:6D, July 14
"At the crossroads: 30 years of changes," 2006:1A, Sept. 17
"First Baptist organizes breakfast motorcycle ride," 2006:1D, July 14
"Pastor: Build a better Shreveport," 2006:1A, Sept. 22
First Methodist Church
"$4.7M addition consecrated," 2006:1A, April 29
"Prayers for city, country offered during national event," 2006:1B, May 5
Franks, Tillman
"Obituary," 2006:3B, Oct. 27
"Tillman Franks buried with stories and songs," 2006:1B, Oct. 29
"Tillman Franks: 1920-2006," 2006:1A, Oct. 27
"Tributes to late music pioneer Franks roll in," 2006:1B, Oct. 28

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Gambling
"Cadino seeks errant chips" [Hollywood], 2006:1A, Jan. 28
"Casinos up 5.6 percent in January," 2006:1B, Feb. 22
"Diamond Jacks gives away $230K at luncheon," 2006:1A, Sept. 23
"Isle casinos to be sold for $24M," 2006:1A, Feb. 15
"Isle of Capri 'very pleased' with planned sale of casinos," 2006:4A, Feb. 20
"Isle of Capri Boulevard to receive new name," 2006:3A, Aug.1
"Isle of Capri changes hands," 2006:1A, July 19
"Isle of Capri changes today," 2006:5B, July 31
"Isle of Capri officially now Diamond Jacks," 2006:1A, Aug.1
"Lessons learned may help Shreveport-Bossier," 2006:1A, July 23
"Local gaming market soars," 2006:1A, Jan. 18
"Texas gaming expansion still looms over LA," 2006:1A, Nov. 15
"Video poker deals Caddo, Bossier good and bad in last decade," 2006:1A, June 26
General Motors
"400,000 trucks recalled," 2006:1A, May 2
"930 accepted buyouts locally," 2006:1A, Dec. 24
"974 at local GM expected to leave," 2006:1A, June 27
"GM eyes Shreveport to produce new truck," 2006:1A, Dec. 5
"GM slashes dividend, lowers executive pay," 2006:6B, Feb. 8
"GM workers mull buyout offer," 2006:1A, March 26
"GM's saving grace" [H3], 2006:1A, Dec. 24
"Hummer H3s to continue role in aid," 2006:2B, June 29
"Hummer sport could be coming to local plant," 2006:1A, Dec. 6
"Jobless benefits stopped for GM supplier workers," 2006:1A, July 29
"New GM brands fueling optimism," 2006:5B, April 25
"Parts makers look to GM for signs of health," 2006:1A, May 1
"Possible GM alliance gives rise to questions," 2006:1A, July 8
"What's Next?", 2006:1A, July 2
Gilbert and Sullivan Society
"Late bloomer on theater scene" [John Goddard], 2006:2E, June 30
"On with the show," 2006:1D, July 4
"Princess Ida' is a bright engagement," 2006:2D, July 15
Giordano, Sam
"Friends, family bid farewell to State Fair head," 2006:1A, May 25
"Obituary," 2006:3B, May 22
"State Fair head, Sam Giordano, dies at 61," 2006:1A, May 21
Glover, Cedric
"Citizens, officials honor the new mayor at gala," 2006:1A, Nov. 29
"Dale Sibley to serve as Glover's top assistant," 2006:1B, Dec. 2
"Glover gets to work," 2006:1A, Nov. 9
"Glover picks KTBS Campbell as new assistant," 2006:1B, Dec. 15
"Glover picks transition coordinator," 2006:1A, Nov. 15
"Glover's win turned mayor's forecast upside down," 2006:1A, Nov. 12
"Glover, law enforcement leaders meet to discuss crime," 2006:1B, Nov. 17
"Glover, new council gear up for first meeting," 2006:1A, Nov. 27
"Here we are!", 2006:1A, Nov. 29
"Mayor doubles size of robbery task force," 2006:1B, Dec. 5
"McCotter seeks CAO position with Glover," 2006:1A, Nov. 22
"Newly elected mayor, council members meet," 2006:1A, Nov. 10
Glover, Gina Denise
"Funeral services set for preservationist Gina Denise Glover," 2006:2B, June 16
"Obituary," 2006:3B, June 15
Grambling State University
"BET reality show highlights GSU football team, band," 2006:1B, April 24
"Grambling State fires 7 workers," 2006:1B, Jan. 7
"GSU alumni, students speak out about flap," 2006:4B, Jan. 26
"GSU begins plans to map, improve water system," 2006:4B, Feb.18
"GSU head holds meeting with angry students," 2006:1B, Feb.9
"Judson is GSU's only boss, says Clausen," 2006:1A, Jan. 21
"Motions in suit to be decided Dec. 15," 2006:1A, Dec. 1
"Nicholson lifted GSU's programs, players," 2006:1A, Sept. 14
"System president and GSU officials to discuss head," 2006:1A, Jan. 20
Greenwood Cemetery
"Cemetery boosters compare notes," 2006:1B, Jan.10
"New uses for cemetery's hollow being explored," 2006:1B, Oct. 3
"Spring tree planting continues at Greenwood Cemetery," 2006:1B, Feb. 10
"Students dig into cemetery data," 2006:1B, June 5
Greenwood, La.
"Animal attraction," 2006:1D, Sept.12
"Greenwood mayor to be honored by League of Cities," 2006:2B, Dec. 1
"Internet providing new-age access to local government," 2006:1B, Nov. 13
"Lampkins birthday honors planned," 2006:2B, Apirl 11

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Highland
"Architectural archaeology" [Robinson, Bill], 2006:1D, Dec. 23
Hightower, Keith
"Hightower, staff net $146K in leave pay," 2006:1A, Dec. 22
"Pretrial motions denied in landfill suit," 2006:1A, Dec. 20
Hightower, Mayor Keith
"A legacy of debt," 2006:1A, June 18
"Appeal court affirms ruling against city," 2006:1A, Nov. 2
"Expo Hall sees big picture plans," 2006:1A, Jan.10
"Hightower ad addresses negative campaigning," 2006:1B, Sept.12
"Lawsuit targets city, BFI, mayor," 2006:1A, May 1
"Mayor to appear in Caddo court" [$350,000 judgement], 2006:1A, Sept. 23
"Proposed land deal prompts questions," 2006:1A, Oct. 15
"Suit against city, mayor heads to federal court," 2006:1A, Sept. 29
Hirsch Coliseum
"Caddo schools scramble for graduation site," 2006:1A, Jan. 12
"Future uncertain for Hirsch," 2006:1A, Jan.27
"Giordano works to fill father's legacy," 2006:1B, June 3
"Hirsch faces uncertain future," 2006:13A, May 28
Hoffman, Sarah
"Champion of the disabled dies at 27," 2006:1B, April 13
"For Sarah, 'Somewhere over the rainbow," 2006:1B, April 16
"Funeral serviced set for champion of disabled," 2006:2B, April 14
"Obituary," 2006:4B, April 14
Holiday in Dixie
"Families enjoy HID," 2006:1B, April 23
"HID Cotillion Club names royalty," 2006:6D, Jan. 22
"HID prize found," 2006:3B, April 29
"Schedule of events," 2006:14E, April 21
"Set to take flight," 2006:1B, April 20
"Winds fill sails during HID regatta on Cross Lake," 2006:1B, May 1
Holy Angels
"Holy Angels' sale won't disrupt usual operations," 2006:1B, July 8
"Nuns share history of ministry," 2006:1D, June 5
Homer, La.
"Homer interim police chief candidate in midst of controversy," 2006:1B, Jan. 11
"Interim Homer police chief to be named," 2006:1B, Jan. 9
Hopkins, Roy "Hoppy"
"Hopkins laid to rest," 2006:1B, Nov. 29
"Hoppy Hopkins taught lessons all should learn," 2006:1B, Nov. 27
"Obituary," 2006:4B, Nov. 26
"State Rep. Hoppy Hopkins dies," 2006:1A, Nov. 24

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I-20
"Intelligent' system to better direct vehicle flow on I-20," 2006:1A, Aug. 5
"Workers replacing guardrails on I-20 in Caddo, Bossier," 2006:1B, March 24
I-49
"Chambers of commerce ask Blanco for I-49 South funding," 2006:4B, June 6
"Police to deal with speeding on I-49," 2006:1B, Apirl 10
"Progressing N to Arkansas," 2006:1A, Oct. 8
I-69
"State picks I-69 route through area," 2006:1B, Feb. 2
"Webster community gets I-69 to move south," 2006:1A, Dec. 6
Independence Bowl
"2006 I-Bowl Hall of Honor inductees announced," 2006:5C, May 9
"Alabama, Oklahoma head to I-Bowl," 2006:1A, Dec. 4
"Bama offense ready to go," 2006:1C, Dec. 26
"Bama's Schreiber defends Shreveport," 2006:1C, Dec. 23
"Bama, OSU gear up," 2006:1B, Dec. 28
"Cowboys, Tide ready for I-Bowl," 2006:1A, Dec. 28
"Extra game is a boost for bowl," 2006:1C, Nov. 15
"Grandma's love guides I-Bowl's Pierre," 2006:1C, May 14
"I-Bowl eyes Big 12 South teams," 2006:1C, Nov. 14
"I-Bowl finds perfect fit," 2006:1A, Aug. 23
"I-Bowl Hall of Honor event set for Monday," 2006:5C, June 16
"I-Bowl Hall of Honor," 2006:1C, June 20
"I-Bowl lands title sponsor," 2006:1A, Aug. 22
"I-Bowl sponsor search brightens," 2006:1A, July 6
"I-Bowl teams wind down preparations," 2006:1C, Dec. 22
"I-Bowl turns crimson, orange with 'Bama, OSU fans," 2006: 1A, Dec. 29
"I-Bowl TV ratings dip slightly," 2006:1C, Jan. 12
"I-Bowl's Mikovich dies at 77," 2006:1C, Feb. 28
"Independence Bowl set to be played Dec. 27," 2006:1C, April 13
"OSU nears I-Bowl sellout," 2006:1C, Dec. 9
"OSU sells out I-Bowl tickets," 2006:1C, Dec. 12
"Ricks gets his kicks," 2006: 1C, Dec. 29
"Setters assumes top job at I-Bowl," 2006:1C, Jan. 25
"Unhappy anniversary passes for I-Bowl," 2006:1C, Aug. 13
Independence Stadium
"Battle of the Bands," 2006:1B, Oct. 23
"City to host Saints, Cowboys showdown," 2006:1A, March 24
"NFL game finally arrives," 2006:1A, Aug. 21
"Parking costs spark football fans' anger," 2006:1A, Aug. 17
"Saints get top deal on stadium," 2006:1A, Aug. 16
"Saints, Cowboys square off tonight," 2006:1C, Aug. 21
"Saints-cowboys deal for Shreveport," 2006: 1A, March 23
"Texas playoff game sest for Independence Stadium," 2006:1C, Nov. 21
"Ticket sales up for NFL game," 2006:1A, Aug. 19
Indians
"Archaeological sites exposed at reservoir," 2006:1A, Sept. 18

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J. Bennett Johnston Visitor Center
"Johnston honored at center," 2006:1B, Feb. 24
Jewish Community
"Bishop to speak at Holocaust Commemoration," 2006:4B, April 29
"Christians and Jews come together to honor Isreal," 2006:1A, Oct. 13
"Congregation rings in Jewish New Year," 2006:1B, Sept. 22
"Family Torah returns home," 2006:1D, June 26
"Holocaust ceremony speakers voice warning," 2006:1B, May 1
"Jewish meal meant to foster understanding," 2006:1B, April 6
"Rabbi to lead Jewish Chaplains Council," 2006:4B, March 31
Jindal, Sen. Bobby
"Jindal raising funds for governor bid, maybe," 2006:1B, Nov. 17
"U.S. Senate reaches deal on offshore oil drilling," 2006:1B, July 13
Joyce, William
"Joyce nominated for Producers Guild award," 2006:1A, Jan.6
"Mardi Gras uncovered," 2006:1D, Feb. 27
Judiciary
"Caddo Juvenile Court changes head for reorganization," 2006:4B, May 31
"Conference to address unresolved issues in Whitaker lawsuit," 2006:1A, July 14
"Court rules against city in race-based hiring lawsuit," 2006:1A, Jan. 26
"Discrimination suit could impact city," 2006:1B, Jan. 31
"LaLeshia Walker made nonsensical decisions," 2006:1A, April 28
"Suspended judge suspects conspiracy" [LaLeshia Alford], 2006:1A, May 14
Junior League of Shreveport
"Author Ellis offers tips at Trends & Traditions," 2006:1D, March 11
"Trends & Traditions welcomes spring," 2006:3D, March 11

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Karpeles Museum
"Biblical history comes to Karpeles," 2006:1D, Oct. 6
"Chinese paper cutting showcases culture" [Tong Li], 2006:2E, May 12
"Elfords' folk music to be featured," 2006:6D, Oct. 26
"Karpeles to display local art," 2006:1D, Jan. 12
"Masters of Music' exhibit to open today," 2006:4B, July 15
"Napoleon' on display at Karpeles Museum," 2006:3D, Jan.3
"Organists to perform at Karpeles museum," 2006:2D, Feb. 7
"Paper-cutting exhibit on display," 2006:3D, May 9
"Paul Garner makes his local debut," 2006:2E, July 21
"Troubadour to put on shows in Shreveport," 2006:6D, Nov. 28
"Wright Brothers' to open at Karpeles," 2006:2D, March 28
KCS
"State, KCS to upgrade region's rail crossings," 2006:1A, June 7
KDAQ
"Civil War studies to be topic of show," 2006:2B, Dec. 5
"Poling named acting GM at Red River Radio," 2006:2B, Oct. 11
"Red River Radio GM arrested on sex charges," 2006:4B, Oct. 4
"Red River Radio GM suspended," 2006:4B, Oct. 5
Kelley, T.P.
"Obituary," 2006:3B, Sept.12
"T.P. Kelley, former Shreveport police chief, dies," 2006:1B, Sept.12
KSLA
"Fourth to feature fireworks, Monster Croc contest," 2006:5E, June 30

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La. Poison Control Center
"Center moving from Monroe to Shreveport," 2006:1A, April 6
La.Sports Hall of Fame
"Eight inducted into La. Hall of Fame," 2006:1C, June 25
"Hall inductees reflect on state's strengths," 2006:1C, June 23
La.State-Budget
"Construction wish list may be reformed," 2006:1A, July 2
"Gov. Blanco signs $27B budget after cutting $3M," 2006:1A, July 13
"La. budget rife with pet projects," 2006:1B, June 25
"Post Katrina budget cuts affect nonprofits," 2006:1A, Jan.13
"State-operated facility left out of budget" [NW La. Center], 2006:1A, March 31
"Surplus tops $800M," 2006:1A, Oct. 21
La.State-Exhibit Museum
"Art club to exhibit work," 2006:3D, May 9
"Art conservator Erin Falbaum keeps things great," 2006:2E, July 7
"Centuries-old cannon gets face-lift," 2006:1B, Sept. 5
"Exhibit elicits emotion from its attendees," 2006:1B, Feb.13
"Exhibit goes back to early Natchitoches," 2006:5E, Oct. 6
"Exhibit Museum to unveil two pieces of art," 2006:3D, Oct. 3
"Extensions of Excellence debuts first play," 2006:1D, Nov. 14
"Girls Scouts to open exhibit of history," 2006:4B, June 15
"Hypogeum Society set to host author event," 2006:3D, May 2
"Louisiana icons," 2006:1D, Sept. 8
"Map restoration nears completion," 2006:1D, Aug. 14
"Moments in Time: Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs," 2006:1D, Jan. 29
"Museum exhibit celebrates 100 years of state fair," 2006:5D, Oct. 7
"Natchitoches comes to Shreveport," 2006:1D, Sept. 15
La.State-Fair
"Chris Giordano to lead State Fair of La.", 2006:1B, May 23
"Future uncertain for Hirsch," 2006:1A, Jan.27
"Giordano works to fill father's legacy," 2006:1B, June 3
"State Fair activities heading into high gear," 2006:6I, Oct. 22
"State Fair Grounds tightens security," 2006:1B, Nov. 10
"State Fair marks a century," 2006:1A, Oct. 26
"Wild 100 wraps up," 2006:1A, Nov. 13
"Younger Giordano faces challenges at State Fair," 2006:1B, Oct. 28
La.State-Gaming Board
"Latest La. gambling board appointee quits," 2006:2B, Aug.8
La.State-Police
"Brett Davis honored by military group," 2006:3B, July 20
La.State-Supreme Court
"State court upholds law against cockfighting," 2006:1B, Jan. 20
Landrieu, Sen. Mary
"La. delegation heading to Netherlands," 2006:1B, Jan. 9
"Landrieu blasts White House on port deal," 2006:1A, Feb. 22
"Landrieu expects return of flag desecration amendment," 2006:1A, June 29
"Landrieu stops in Shreveport to promote ad campaign," 2006:6B, Sept. 22
"Landrieu won't block Alito vote," 2006:5A, Jan. 26
"Plan to reform flood insurance program stalled," 2006:1A, July 30
"Senate to fight over billions of aid dollars," 2006:1A, April 23
"Senator stumps for federal revenue sharing," 2006:2B, Feb. 23
"Wealth varies widely among La. lawmakers," 2006:1A, June 15
Ledbetter Heights
"The Heart of the Port City" [H&H Lounge], 2006:1D, Jan.17
Louisiana-Army National Guard
"Armor unit's transition to cavalry squadron," 2006:1B, Dec. 4
"Bosseir logistics unit's command change set," 2006:1B, July 7
"Cavalry unit seeks memorial," 2006:1B, Nov. 27
"Commander: 1/156th to stay on track," 2006:1A, Apirl 12
"Four honored for efforts during Katrina," 2006:1B, May 31
"Guard battalions to change commanders," 2006:4B, Feb.11
"Guard better prepared for future hurricanes," 2006:3B, June 5
"Local soldier's job not under threat" [ T. Cooper], 2006:6B, June 3
"Local unit to undergo transformation," 2006:1A, Jan. 23
"Pentagon proposes slashes to Guard" [Fort Humbug], 2006:1A, Feb. 14
"Possible Guard cuts draw questions," 2006:1A, Feb. 20
"Reservists return after seven months in Africa," 2006:1B, March 20
"State brigade, local battalion to change," 2006:1B, June 17
Louisiana-Baptists
"La. Baptist State Convention to begin today," 2006:1B, July 16
"State Bapists leader issues challenge," 2006:1A, July 21
Louisiana-Boardwalk
"Boardwalk entertainment venues to get makeover," 2006:1B, Sept. 27
"Boardwalk evicts restaurant tenant," 2006:1A, Dec. 1
"Boardwalk joins international tax free shopping program," 2006:6B, June 28
"City Council weighs security at Boardwalk," 2006:1B, June 8
"Complaints made against police," 2006:1A, Nov. 21
"Copeland's ensures payment to subcontractors,", 2006:1B, Dec.14
"Country showdown," 2006:12E, July 28
"Gimme Sum restaurant closed for remodeling," 2006:3B, Sept. 10
"Krewe of Aesclepius changes parade site," 2006:1B, Jan. 18
"La. Boardwalk security workshop scrapped," 2006:3B, June 14
"Local couple sues over dress code enforcement," 2006:2B, Sept. 13
"Officials say Gimme Sum still a tenant," 2006:1B, Sept. 13
"One year down and still more to come," 2006:1A, May 12
"Ray Tromba hired as new manager of Boardwalk," 2006:1A, July 31
"Thousands gather for egg hunt," 2006:1B, April 16
Louisiana-Downs
"Downs set for N.O. Handicap," 2006:1C, Jan. 7
"LaDowns' new racing secretary settling into job," 2006:3C, June 2
"LaDowns' Super Derby purse to be $250,000 lighter," 2006:1A, April 8
"Racing gears up at LaDowns," 2006:1A, May 5
"Racing secretary, announcer to leave," 2006:1A, April 14
"Tromba resigns post at LaDowns," 2006:1A, Feb. 10
Louisiana-Economy
"Allstate threatens pullout of policies," 2006:1A, July 22
"Arcadia to benefit from multimillion dollar Boeing contract," 2006:1A, Dec. 5
"Attorney: Allstate's 'threat' misread," 2006:1B, July 26
"House OKs bill to give La. billions in new royalties," 2006:1A, June 30
"IP sells five mills, including operation in Springhill," 2006:1B, Dec. 23
"LABI chief urges budgetary caution," 2006: 1B, March 23
"Plant to warm up job markets," 2006:1A, June 16
"Poverty continues to plague La. families," 2006:1A, July 15
"Top 100 in northwest Louisiana," 2006:1I, Oct.1
"Unemployment rate drops statewide," 2006:6B, Jan. 26
Louisiana-Education
"12 La. community colleges among nation's fastest growing," 2006:4B, Dec. 19
"Chevon sets up $18M education program," 2006:5B, June 22
"College enrollment down, as expected," 2006:1B, Sept. 29
Louisiana-Environment
"Groups tussle over oil site cleanups," 2006:1B, May 1
"La. needs its marshlands, naturalist says" [C.C. Lockwood], 2006:2B, Jan. 26
Louisiana-Legislature
"12 days, 41 items," 2006:1A, Feb. 5
"Baker presents alternative housing plan," 2006:3B, Apirl 11
"Bill adds Red River commissioner," 2006:3B, Apirl 11
"Bill aims to ban protests at funerals," 2006:1B, April 21
"Bill aims to place Recovery Authority into state law," 2006:1B, Feb.9
"Bill approved for special licenses for sex offenders," 2006:4B, June 15
"Bill closes loophole in covenant marriage law," 2006:1B, April 25
"Bill grants racetracks liability protection," 20064B, April 5
"Bill inspired by cemetery fees dies in committee," 2006:1A, May 2
"Bill requires settlements be used for cleanups," 2006:7A, April 28
"Bill says on line ticket 'resale' not scalping," 2006:2B, May 3
"Bill seeks to set down 'ambulance chasers," 2006:2B, April 18
"Bill speeds claim of abandoned property," 2006:1A, Feb. 10
"Bill to help sheriffs identify evacuee criminals," 2006:1A, April 14
"Bill to prohibit protesting at military funerals," 2006:2B, April 27
"Bill would mark licenses of sex offenders," 2006:1B, May 19
"Bill would require state flags to show pelican's blood," 2006:4B, April 6
"Bills seeks to give closure to storm victims' families," 2006:1A, Apirl 11
"Bills seeks to outlaw harmful video games," 2006:1A, May 10
"Blanco says levee issue may trigger another special session," 2006:3B, Feb.13
"Cable companies: BellSouth seeking a sweetheart deal," 2006:1A, May 22
"Cable legislation undergoes changes, could invite lawsuits," 2006:2B, June 1
"Caddo Juvenile Court changes head for reorganization," 2006:4B, May 31
"Clock's ticking on session," 2006:1A, Dec. 13
"Complex funding formula mystifies state lawmakers," 2006:1A, April 10
"Development center to get state funding," 2006:1A, April 25
"Early voting law seeks to increase participation," 2006:1A, Sept. 18
"Election issues clear state House," 2006:1B, Feb. 16
"Few lawmakers taking Rita bus tour," 2006:3B, March 30
"Forgotten' area to stand up in session," 2006:1A, March 27
"Frustrated black lawmakers walk out," 2006:4B, Feb. 14
"Funding fight brewing," 2006:1B, March 30
"Groups support evacuee voting bills," 2006:1B, Feb. 8
"Health care revision panel to be formed," 2006:1B, April 27
"House battles over cockfighting referral," 2006:4B, May 25
"House committee kills cockfighting ban," 2006:1A, June 2
"House has Hoppy Day in honor of lawmaker," 2006:2B, Feb. 16
"House OKs bill to give sheriffs evacuee names," 2006:1B, April 20
"House OKs bills to give storm victims some closure," 2006:1B, April 14
"House OKs Blanco's office to handle emergencies," 2006:1A, Feb.13
"House OKs weaker ethanol bill," 2006:4B, May 3
"House panel approves voting bill," 2006:4B, Feb. 15
"House panels OK Blanco's plan," 2006:1B, Dec. 10
"Housing bill blocked despite call for unity," 2006:1B, Feb. 17
"Illegal immigrant bill progresses to House," 2006:4B, June 9
"Insurance, recovery issues top session call," 2006:1B, Feb. 1
"La. House to take final vote on restaurant smoking ban," 2006:3B, June 6
"La. lawmaker wants ethanol at gas pumps," 2006:1B, March 31
"La. lawmakers get police-like badges," 2006:4B, June 27
Louisiana-Prisons
"Louisiana has no room to house California inmates," 2006:1B, July 17
Louisiana-Sports Hall of Fame
"Humphies heads state Hall class," 2006:1C, Dec. 17
"Museum nears reality," 2006:1C, June 18
Louisiana-Tech
"La. Tech to open a writing center," 2006:4B, Dec. 9
"LSU System, La. Tech merger revisited," 2006:4B, Feb. 22
"Sparta Aquifer donates records and documents to Tech," 2006:4B, Dec. 9
"Tech announces fall graduates," 2006:3F, Dec. 3
"Tech coulds get nine new endowed professorships," 2006:4B, Feb. 26
"Tech shoots to set new standard for cameras in mobile phones," 2006:4B, Feb.22
"Winter graduates," 2006:2B, March 2
Louisiana-Techical College
"New associate program now offered at LTC," 2006:1B, Feb. 25
"Technical college board to streamline services," 2006:4B, March 9
Loyola Prep
"Ballplayer's bust stolen from field," 2006:1B, Sept. 30
"Coach Sardisco gets enormous farewell," 2006:2B, June 2
LSU Board of Supervisors
"AgCenter budget cuts loom," 2006:1A, Feb. 25
"Blanco removes two from Board," 2006:2B, July 14
"Blanco taps two for LSU supervisor board," 2006:2B, July 13
LSU-Baton Rouge
"Business classroom takes to the road," 2006:5B, May 9
"LSU attempt to raise tuition fees stalls in House," 2006:1B, May 19
"LSU president may step down," 2006:1A, Feb.9
"LSU System, La. Tech merger revisited," 2006:4B, Feb. 22
"Officials warn of health-care crisis," 2006:1B, May 2
"Retired opera diva recognized at LSU" [Jasmine Egan], 2006:1D, May 1
"Senator fears 'stacked deck' in choosing LSU president," 2006:3B, Feb. 20
LSU-Health Sciences Center
"Alzheimer's research gets new equipment," 2006:5B, March 28
"Breathing easier" [ new asthma procedure], 2006:6B, Feb.11
"Displaced doctor brings music, medicine to city," 2006:1D, March 9
"Event to raise funds for LSUHSC," 2006:2D, April 21
"Expert says one hospital will lose the battle," 2006:1A, April 3
"Getting to the heart of the matter," 2006:1I, Nov. 12
"Health panel revisits reform," 2006:1B, Jan. 26
"Hospital clears crucial hurdle" [Children's Hospital], 2006:1A, Feb. 3
"Hospitals debate quality of care," 2006:1A, April 4
"Hospitals to help LSU hire new trauma surgeon," 2006:1A, March 24
"Hospitals workers discuss troubles," 2006:1A, Aug. 14
"LSU announces endowed professorships," 2006:6F, Oct. 8
"LSU medical schools set costs of new academic program," 2006:1, April 6
"LSUHSC graduates 80 students," 2006:4B, Aug. 20
"LSUHSC participates in life-saving campaign," 2006:1B, July 10
"LSUHSC physician assistant program receives grant," 2006:2B, Dec. 12
"LSUHSC reports finding of economic impact study," 2006:1A, July 12
"LSUHSC touts trauma center designation," 2006:1B, Feb.11
"Medical school rite of passage," 2006:1A, March17
"Minagar co-authors report," 2006:6B, Oct. 7
"Moffit to sponsor LSUHS annual fundraiser," 2006:1E, April 29
"More than just a monster" [Frankenstein exhibit], 2006:1D, Nov. 30
"Multiple hospitals stir debate, raise worries," 2006:1A, April 2
"Nurses' concerns voiced," 2006:1B, Oct. 23
"Patient: LSU's cardiac care saved me," 2006:1A, Nov. 12
"Regional lab for forensics gains support," 2006:1A, May 8
"Report: People don't understand medical orders," 2006:1B, SEpt. 8
"Researchers brew over green tea," 2006:1A, July 11
"Serious shortage of family doctors predicted," 2006:6B, Sept. 28
"Shriners: Collaboration with LSUHSC benefits everyone," 2006:1, April 5
"Some hospitals face service cuts," 2006:1A, March 19
"State boosts payments to LSUHSC," 2006:3B, Feb.18
"Study: Don't merge LSUS with LSUHSC," 2006:1A, Feb. 4
"Study: LSUHSC receives high ranking on heart care," 2006:1I, Nov. 12
"Terry Davis gains national attention for research," 2006:1B, Dec. 1
"Two schools unite to deal with state budget cuts," 2006:1B, Jan. 7
"ULM satellite campus to open here Aug. 9," 2006:3B, Aug. 2
"Vitter to seek funds for cancer center," 2006:1B, Oct. 31
LSUS
"54 local birds added to national database," 2006:1B, Feb.13
"A snapshot for old times sake" [Mike Rosebery], 2006:2E, Feb. 17
"A walking miracle," 2006:1C, Dec. 20
"Benites: State attractive to Hispanics," 2006:8B, Feb. 17
"Co-founder of city observatory visits Shreveport," 2006:2B, Feb.9
"College students organize independent film festival," 2006:1A, May 11
"Concert band to play at LSUS on Sunday," 2006:3D, Oct. 17
"Crowd attends LSUS RiverBend Revue," 2006:2D, Sept. 17
"Darwin recongnized with lecture by LSUS professor" [Cran Lucas], 2006:4B, Feb.11
"Determined LSUS Pilots look for better ending," 2006:5C, Jan. 30
"Detroit editor speaks about ethics at seminar," 2006:1B, Sept. 23
"Dr. Joiner to speak at Republcan luncheon," 2006:2B, Oct. 3
"Forgotton expedition" [Freeman and Custis], 2006:5I, June 11
"Foundation founder to perform cello" [Drachmann], 2006:2D, Feb. 7
"Gleason, Dr. Moriece, obituary," 2006:4B, July 28
"Herbicide to target rapid plant growth" [MacRoberts], 2006:1B, July 24
"History on display at Fair Grounds" [Archives], 2006:2C, June 25
"Icing on the cake," 2006:1D, July 19
"Italian club to feature Michael DiLauro," 2006:3D, March 28
"LaPREP celebrates 15th year" [Carlos Spaht], 2006:1B, July 20
"Literacy program lets students help others with reading," 2006:1B, June 29
"Local center key to future of U.S. Olympic weightlifting," 2006:1C, June 24
"Local standouts come home to star at LSUS," 2006:1C, Feb. 7
"LSU System, La. Tech merger revisited," 2006:4B, Feb. 22
"LSUS adds seven signees to Lady Pilots' roster," 2006:5C, Aug. 15
"LSUS agrees to be first shelter site for Red Cross," 2006:1B, May 26
"LSUS alumnus, former Bush staffer to speak at graduation," 2006:4B, May 17
"LSUS begins regional play today," 2006:6C, May 10
"LSUS graduates 272 at spring commencement," 2006:4B, May 18
"LSUS' Farris, Pierce earn national awards," 2006:5C, Aug. 15
"LSUS, Bossier team up for a paramedic program," 2006:5B, Oct. 27
"Mini-concert at LSUS to feature soprano, pianist," 2006:3D, Sept. 19
"Museum exhibit celebrates 100 years of state fair," 2006:5D, Oct. 7
"Music software helps hone skills" [LaWanda Blakeney], 2006:6B, July 21
"New 'Bubble Rap' to open at Centenary, LSUS," 2006:4E, Sept. 29
"New device gives woman a voice" [Gary Boucher], 2006:1A, Nov. 27
"New university' would require much support" [Vince Marsala], 2006:5I, March 19
"New-home style, composition changes" [Beal, Susan], 2006:6B, Dec. 12
"Numbers add up to colorful works of art" [Paul Sission], 2006:1D, June 15
"NWLA Art Gallery accepting submissions," 2006:2D, Aug.1
"Pilots advance in first round of GCAC tourney," 2006:2C, May 4
"Pilots grab league title," 2006:1C, March 8
"Pilots move step closer to GCAC championship," 2006:2C, May 5
"Pilots set for GCAC tourney," 2006:1C, March 2
"Pilots shoot for title tonight," 2006:1C, March 7
"Pilots suffer first loss in regional," 2006:3C, May 13
"Pilots title quest begins today," 2006:1C, March 15
"Pilots will have to wait," 2006:1C, May 11
"Pitching is the key to Pilots' hopes," 2006:1C, May 3
"Real estate trends conference coming to Shreveport," 2006:6B, April 26
"RiverBend Revue set for Sept. 6," 2006:2D, Aug. 15
"Scientist challenges listeners," 2006:4B, Feb.11
"Seminar teaches financial topics to middle-schoolers" [Harvey Rubin], 2006:6B, June 9
"Space team ready to launch" [Sci-Port], 2006:1D, June 25
"Speaker's tips win crowd over"[Janice Goode], 2006:1B, Feb. 24
"Spelling bee crowns regional champion," 2006:1B, Feb. 26
"Sports, LSUS look for history" [Archives], 2006:1C, June 24
"Study: Don't merge LSUS with LSUHSC," 2006:1A, Feb. 4
"Teachers take turn as students at summer institute," 2006:1B, June 11
"Teachers turn wetlands maps into multifaceted lessons," 2006:1B, July 19
"TeachLSU deadline extended to Wednesday," 2006:2B, April 10
"The Guardian' casts elite athletes," 2006:1D, Jan. 26
"Top-ranked LSUS Pilots outlast Loyola," 2006:6C, Feb. 24
"Two professorships endowed," 2006:4F, Oct. 29
"Visual Arts Company gives students a taste of art career," 2006:1D, Feb. 24
"Wanted:; Computer science grads," 2006:8B, Nov. 10
"Women and epilepsy to be focus of forum," 2006:1D, Jan. 26
"World AIDS Day events planned at LSUS," 2006:2B, Nov. 22
"Yazzy to showcase jazz by youths, pros," 2006:2D, April 18

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Malone, Sen. Max
"Malone schedules fundraiser in Baton Rouge," 2006:1B, May 9
Mansfield, La.
"Auditor: Mansfield in positive financial position," 2006:1B, Oct.2
"Embattled police juror to resign" [Charles Burford], 2006:1B, June 2
"Former Mansfield officers seek back pay," 2006:1B, May 26
"Mansfield police officer fired; two others resign," 2006:1B, Feb. 14
"Mansfield's mayor retains his office," 2006:1B, April 2
"Race pits former sheriff against first-term mayor," 2006:1A, March 29
"Rezoning OK'd for Supercenter," 2006:1A, April 20
"Seven quit DeSoto Council on Aging," 2006:1B, May 26
"Supercenter pros, cons to be aired today," 2006:3B, April 19
"Talks under way on mining restriction petition," 2006:1B, April 3
Mardi Gras
"Aesclepius to celebrate at Boardwalk," 2006:5E, Feb. 24
"Bossier Mardi Gras parade growing," 2006:1A, Feb.11
"Claude gives claws up for good Mardi Gras weather," 2006:1B, Feb. 2
"Countdown to Mardi Gras," 2006:1A, Jan.8
"Crews and schedules," 2006:1D, Dec. 31
"Destination Gemini," 2006:12E, Feb. 24
"Fat Tuesday parade set to roll tonight," 2006:1B, Feb. 28
"Fat Tuesday," 2006:1B, March 1
"Katrina throws wrench into Centaur" [beads], 2006:1B, Feb.18
"Krewe de les Femme Mystique has a Bal," 2006:2D, Feb.19
"Krewe of Aesclepius changes parade site," 2006:1B, Jan. 18
"Krewe of Apollo announces king and queen," 2006:2D, Oct. 8
"Krewe of Centaur set for Saturday parade," 2006:1A, Feb. 15
"Krewe of Centaur to toss 4M beads," 2006:12E, Feb. 17
"Krewe of Harambee will hold White Linen Jazz and Wine Tasting," 2006:8D, April 28
"Krewe of Highland 2006," 2006:1B, Feb. 27
"Krewe to hold crawfish boil," 2006:8D, April 28
"Krewes' captain prepares for carnival voyage," 2006:1D, Jan.1
"Local school pulls out all the stops for Mardi Gras" [Donnie Bickham], 2006:1B, Jan. 28
"Mardi Gras in Highland," 2006:5E, Feb. 24
"More Markus than Meoux at Mardi Gras parade," 2006:1B, Feb. 20
"New marching group" [Robert Trudeau], 2006:1D, Dec. 31
"New Mardi Gras society may be afoot," 2006:1B, Oct. 13
"Paradegoers brave rain for Harambee," 2006:1A, Jan. 17
"Parades to roll," 2006:1A, Feb.18
"Skies dry up for Gemini to roll," 2006:1A, Feb. 26
"Three Mardi Gras balls fill weekend social scene," 2006:2D, Jan. 22
"Throw me something, Mister!", 2006:1A, Feb.19
"Travel writers take notes on Shreveport's Mardi Gras," 2006:1B, Feb.18
"Two Mardi Gras balls fill the weekend calendars," 2006:2D, Feb. 5
Marjorie Lyons Playhouse
"Banking on the Bard," 2006:1D, Sept. 19
"Bette and Boo' is a broken affair," 2006:4D, Nov. 11
"Boy Get Girl," 2006:1D, March 28
"Comedy explores marriage," 2006:6D, Nov. 7
"Local playwright to premiere at MLP" [J.Kallenberg], 2006:1D, Feb. 7
"Medieval demonstration opening act for play," 2006:1B, July 16
"MLP sets new season, continues search for director," 2006:2D, August 29
"MLP stages so-so Shakespeare," 2006:4D, Sept. 23
"MLP's 'The Tailor' stitches thoughtful lesson," 2006:4D, Feb.11
"Rosenkrans has a different perspective on dance," 2006:2D, April 21
McCrery, Rep. Jim
"Artis Cash asks court to declare him winner," 2006:1A, Dec. 20
"Congressional members benefit from Abramoff events," 2006:1A, Jan.13
"Court to consider McCrery's request," 2006:1B, Nov. 28
"Cox claims political bias in case against McCrery," 2006:8A, Dec. 14
"Hopefuls vie to unseat Jim McCrery," 2006:1A, Oct. 29
"Judge says lawsuit should be thrown out," 2006:1A, Dec. 16
"McCrery addresses Abramoff scandal," 2006:1B, Jan. 18
"McCrery dedicates tainted donations," 2006:1A, Jan.5
"McCrery picked as top Republican on key panel," 2006:1B, Dec. 7
"McCrery Q&A focuses on Abramoff funds," 2006:1A, Jan.8
"McCrery residency challenged in lawsuit," 2006:1A, Nov. 17
"McCrery using leadership fund to bolster GOP," 2006:1A, March 25
"McCrery wins 10th term in Congress," 2006:1A, Nov. 8
"McCrery's case to go to federal court," 2006:1B, Nov. 21
"Millions raised by McCrery campaign," 2006:1A, Oct. 16
"Rep. McCrery tours National Renewal Center," 2006:4B, May 3
"Some speak out against Social Security privatization," 2006:1B, June 21
McNeil Street Pumping Station
"Museum to swear in board," 2006:2B, July 18
Meadows Museum
"Exhibit honors folk artists, collectors," 2006:1D, Nov. 7
"Meadows seeks volunteers," 2006:2D, Aug. 15
"Meadows to open three new exhibits," 2006:2D, Aug. 15
Milkovich, Carl
"I-Bowl's Mikovich dies at 77," 2006:1C, Feb. 28
"Obituary," 2006:3B, Feb. 28
Minden, La.
"City employees receive pay increases," 2006:1A, April 18
"Court sides with Minden in airport battle," 2006:1B, Dec. 21
"Minden native runs for Chicago mayor," 2006:1B, Dec. 24
"Webster police removed from pay dispute lawsuit," 2006:1B, Dec. 21
Multicultural Center of South
"A world of food awaits," 2006:1D, July 26
"Art reception for Barry Owen," 2006:2D, July 4
"Center event celebrates Asian culture," 2006:1B, May 21
"Center exhibiting 'Art of Jazz," 2006:2D, July 11
"Center to hold youth camp," 2006:2D, July 11
"Center to host artist reception" [Rona Fowler], 2006:3D, April 26
"Center to show 'Trail of Tears," 2006:3D, Oct. 31
"Grip Night opens the mic," 2006:1D, Oct. 24
"Hispanic art displayed," 2006:3D, Oct. 17
"Paper doll: Japanese outreach," 2006:1D, July 11
"Photographer shows you the world," 2006:3D, Dec. 26
Municipal Auditorium
"Artists pay tribute to La. Hayride greats," 2006:5E, July 21
"City Council to consider management deal," 2006:1B, Nov. 14
"Faron Young to be honored on Walk of Stars," 2006:1B, Nov. 27
"Ghost hunters comb through historic Municipal," 2006:1A, June 5
"Ghost hunters hear 4 claps at Municipal," 2006:4B, June 6
"Haunted' Municipal drawing more ghost hunters," 2006:3B, June 13
"Louisiana Jamboree," 2006:1D, July 6
"Show to blend country, Christmas classics," 2006:6D, Nov. 21
"Sky Show' to be held Friday," 2006:3A, Oct. 10
"State OKs $500K for digital recording center," 2006:1A, Nov. 17
"Young musician Cole Vosbury looks up to father," 2006:2E, July 14
Municipal Plaza
"A garden reborn," 2006:1D, Oct. 21
Music in Shreveport
"A return to reggae for Outlaw Nation," 2006:4E, July 14
"American Tragedy returns to Flannagan's," 2006:5E, Dec. 29
"Bands come together for a cause," 2006:3E, Sept. 1
"Be part of squint's live CD," 2006:5E, Feb. 10
"Big bands plays old favorites" [Bill Causey], 2006:5E, Dec. 29
"Brandon Stanley has faith in his music," 2006:12E, Feb. 3
"Bruce Hayes to bring 'mograss' to Noble Savage," 2006:5E, Feb. 3
"BuiltForSpeed gains fans," 2006:5E, Dec. 29
"Coming full circle" [Steve Allen], 2006:1D, Feb. 21
"Dead Irish Blues head for Noble Savage," 2006:5E, May 19
"Dirtfoot battles for spot of leading band," 2006:12E, Dec. 22
"Dirtfoot discovers bigger groove," 2006:2E, Feb. 3
"Dolla" [Donald Samuel], 2006:1D, July 13
"Forever Kai gathers for Alexapalozza," 2006:4E, July 7
"From 'Showtime' to big time?" [Brandon Primus], 2006:1D, May 8
"Gary Nicholson to play at Fairfield Studios," 2006:2D, June 13
"Hoffman makes the old new again," 2006:5E, July 7
"Hot jazz on the Red," 2006:1D, May 23
"Intelligent Jessica Simpson' to play Fairfield Studios," 2006:4E, Sept. 29
"Is Losing Anna winning fans?", 2006:12E, June 30
"Jack Williams to return to Fairfield Studios," 2006:5E, April 21
"Jonathan Byrd to pick at Fairfield Studio," 2006:5E, June 30
"Ledbetter Arts Fair celebrates music history," 2006:5E, May 12
"Local composers breathe new life into classical music," 2006:1D, May 16
"Local opry captures casual country," 2006:12E, Dec. 1
"Lydia sandwiches shows between Warped dates," 2006:5E, July 28
"Macon Greyson pushes for bigger audience," 2006:5E, June 2
"McFadden making a name for himself," 2006:12E, April 14
"Minmae set for Lil' Joe's," 2006:5E, May 12
"Mute Math to play 516 Soundstage," 2006:5E, April 21
"Neil Young's music inspires 'Moving Art," 2006:5E, April 28
"Rob Darien to bring honkabilly to Wild West Saloon," 2006:5E, Aug. 4
"Saving Jane scheduled for Saddle Ridge," 2006:5E, April 21
"Seasoned Soul Tonz set for Lee's," 2006:5E, May 5
"Shreveport musicians to honor fallen sideman" [Buzzard], 2006:2B, Sept. 10
"Summer Music Festival will kick off 30th anniversary season," 2006:6D, May 30
"The Bluebirds: Local band celebrates 20 years," 2006:12E, June 9
"Trent Tomlinson to headline Saddle Ridge," 2006:5E, July 7
"Trete Lo pushes positivity on DVD magazine," 2006:1D, Sept. 26
"Ty England to bring new music to Roper's," 2006:4E, May 5
"Underlyned keeps it together," 2006:5E, Aug. 4
"Vanilla Ice leaves audience cold," 2006:2E, Dec. 1
"Wendy Colonna captures sounds of the South," 2006:4E, Dec. 29
"Young musician Cole Vosbury looks up to father," 2006:2E, July 14

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Natchitoches, La.
"Natchitoches depot listed as endangered," 2006:4B, Jan. 26
"Tours give glimpse into 19th century life," 2006:1D, Oct. 8
Nine-One-One
"Local emergency responders recognized," 2006:1B, April 14
Noel Memorial Methodist Church
"Noel to celebrate centennial," 2006:1B, Sept. 23
"Old churches, new choices," 2006:1D, Feb.13
Northwestern State University
"NSU awards its first online degree," 2006:1A, May 8
Norton Art Gallery
"Azaleas reaching their peak," 2006:1A, March 31
"Norton opens annual Easter exhibit," 2006:2D, Apirl 11
"Norton to exhibit Audubon prints," 2006:2D, Feb. 28
"Norton to open 'Art of the Rain Forest," 2006:1D, June 13
"Norton to open show depicting the West," 2006:6D, Nov. 7
"Snoopy to fly ito Norton gallery," 2006:1D, Sept. 5
Norwela Council-Boy Scouts
"Sheriff's camp offers boys the great outdoors," 2006:1B, June 13
NW La. Veterans Home
"Officials mark halfway point on home," 2006:1B, Jan. 26
"Perpetual endowment to benefit future veterans," 2006:1A, Nov. 6
"Veterans home, cemetery on schedule," 2006:4B, July 31

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Oakland Cemetery
"Cemetery's plight draws attention," 2006:1A, April 10
"Students dig into cemetery data," 2006:1B, June 5
Obituaries
"Beard, Bonnie Thrasher," 2006:3B, Sept. 18
"Caplis, Madge Keller," 2006:3B, Sept. 18
"Colquitt Mrs. Charles H.", 2006:3B, Sept. 21
"Colquitt, Eleanor Johnson," 2006:3B, Jan.4
"Cooper, Dr. Ellis O'Neal," 2006:3B, Oct. 12
"Estes, Tim," 2006:3B, Sept. 21
"Eubank, Dr. David Furman," 2006:3B, Jan.4
"Gleason, Dr. Moriece," 2006:4B, July 28
"Graham, Dr. David," 2006:3B, Sept. 19
"Grubbs, J.W. 'Sonny," 2006:3B, Sept.12
"Hutchinson, Harlan," 2006:3B, Nov. 2
"King, Dr. Ray Ernest," 2006:3B, Apirl 11
"Maino, Melba Fullilove," 2006:3B, Jan. 12
"Miciotto, Gus," 2006:3B, Jan. 25
"Price, Judge O.E.", 2006:4B, Feb. 24
"Prock, Joe Franklin," 2006:3B, April 4
"Querbes, Justin R.", 2006:3B, Oct. 26
"Querbes, Louise Robinson," 2006:3B, Nov. 26
"Rogge, Gertrude McClenaghan," 2006:3B, Aug. 13
"Selber, Rae Kreisman," 2006:3B, Oct. 26
"Seyburn, Aloyese Menasco," 2006:3B, May 17
"Voss, Lawrence Bernard, Jr.", 2006:3B, Nov. 22
"Welbourne, Dorothy Helm," 2006:3B, Nov. 22
"Whited, Edwin Frost," 2006:3B, Aug. 27
Oil and Gas
"Billions for state hangs in balance," 2006:1B, June 26
"Campbell tilts at tax idea again," 2006:1A, Jan. 29
"Gasoline prices plunge," 2006:1A, Sept. 26
"Increased activity brings money and jobs to area," 2006:1A, Sept. 24
"Jump in oil price has mixed effect," 2006:1A, April 23
"La. refineries have impact statewide, nationwide," 2006:1A, Nov. 5
"Local gas prices top $3 per gallon," 2006:1A, Aug.1
"Oil, gas has seen its highs, lows in past 100 years," 2006:1I, Sept. 24
"Rising fuel costs another worry for NW La. farmers," 2006:1I, April 16
"State offshore oil revenues included in plan," 2006:4B, June 17
"The natural gas boom" [SS], 2006:1A, Sept. 25
Overton Brooks VA Medical Center
"Ceremony at VA to honor chaplains' sacrifice," 2006:1B, Feb. 4
"Hospital kicks off veterans week," 2006:2B, Feb.11
"Starbucks kiosk opens at VA hospital," 2006:2B, May 4
"VA honors former prisoners of war," 2006:4B, April 8

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Performing Arts Center
"Amazing Grace' to open downtown," 2006:2D, Aug.8
"Annie' is scrappy, inspiring winner," 2006:4D, Dec. 9
"Anything Goes' floats with spirited cast," 2006:3B, July 15
"Anything Goes' to open here Friday," 2006:1D, July 11
"Children's theater to hold 'Annie' auditions," 2006:2D, Aug.8
"Crowns' intends to reflect local culture," 2006:2D, May 16
"Get ready for 'Annie," 2006:1D, Dec. 5
"Godspell' to open at Performing Arts Center," 2006:5E, April 7
"Organized chaos bring 'Fiddler on Roof' together," 2006:1D, May 2
"Red River Revue goes easy on politicians," 2006:4B, Oct. 28
"Red River Revue XIII ready for spoofs," 2006:1D, Oct. 24
"The Hour Glass' to be staged this weekend," 2006:2D, April 25
Peter Pan Players
"Already-skinny arts groups go on a diet," 2006:3A, Feb. 3
"Benefit aims to raise funds, rally support," 2006:1D, Apirl 11
"Change in plans" [fundraiser replaces Christmas show], 2006:1D, Nov. 28
"Farewell, Miss Iz," 2006:1D, Dec. 18
"Instability hampers growth, say area arts organizations," 2006:1A, June 18
"Isobel rudy, local stage pioneer, dies," 2006:1A, Dec. 15
"Pinocchio' offers excellent acting, choppy storytelling," 2006:4B, May 13
"Pinocchio' opens at Marjorie Lyons," 2006:1D, May 9
"PPP to stage 'Snow White," 2006:6D, Aug.8
"PPPchanges season," 2006:2D, Sept. 26
"Prince Charming (Destin Bass) heading for NY," 2006:2E, Aug. 18
"Tickets now on sale for 'Pinocchio," 2006:3D, May 2
"Tickets on sale now for 'Snow White," 2006:2D, Aug.1
"Youth theater troupe seeks adult actors," 2006:3D, Feb. 28
"Youth theater troupe to hold workshop," 2006:2D, April 25
Peters, Sam
"Obituary," 2006:3B, July 25
"Philanthjropist Sam Peters dies," 2006:2B, July 25
Pioneer Heritage Center
"Geraldine Brooks to visit Shreveport," 2006:3D, March 28
Port of Shreveport-Bossier
"Appointees to sign loyalty agreement," 2006:1B, June 22
"Caddo-Bossier port reconstituted," 2006:3A, June 20
"Commission names port roads after Harris, Holt," 2006:1B, Dec. 22
"Company eyes local port for 'mega project," 2006:1A, April 1
"Full speed ahead" [Tenants double], 2006:1I, July 23
"Legislators given tour of Port," 2006:1B, Aug. 10
"Major steel company eyes port," 2006:1A, Aug. 9
"Officials hope to wll Mexico," 2006:1B, Feb. 6
"Port panel grants companies 30-year tax exemption," 2006:1B, June 14
"Port's steel plant candidacy on hold," 2006:1A, Oct. 7
"Slick work" [Omni Specialty Packaging], 2006:6B, May 10
"Steelmaker to met today with DEQ," 2006:1A, Aug. 10
"Steelscape brings facility city attention," 2006:1A, July 29
"Steelscape, economic boost to community," 2006:1I, March 19
Price, Judge O.E.
"Obituary," 2006:3B, Feb. 25
"Price remembered as generous and perfect Southern gentleman," 2006:4B, Feb. 26
Providence House
"Clients learn new skills," 2006:5B, Oct. 24
"Putting the joy back in Christmas," 2006:1D, Nov. 26
"Weather Squadron provides fro Providence House families," 2006:1F, Nov. 19

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Red River
"Area tapped for 2007 Bassmaster Open event," 2006:1A, Oct. 26
"Dredging at Stoner Avenue launch site planned," 2006:1A, June 22
"J. Bennett Johnston honored at visitor's center," 2006:1B, Feb. 24
"Multimillion dollar yacht finds home on the Red," 2006:1B, Oct. 30
"Navigation study draft to be ready by summer," 2006:1B, Feb. 25
"Navigation study hearings likely this summer," 2006:6B, Feb.22
"New facility will make the Red River safer," 2006:1B, Oct. 18
"Red River navigation proposal being scrutinized," 2006:6B, Sept. 20
Red River District
"Juan Villareal to relate humor at Funny Bone," 2006:5E, July 14
"Red River District for sale," 2006:1A, April 5
"Supporters hope changes revive area," 2006:1A, July 16
Red River Parish
"Empty Coushatta plant now home to trucking center," 2006:1A, Aug. 15
"Fired deputy alleges discrimination," 2006:1A, Dec. 22
"Push on again in 911 system in Red River Parish," 2006:1B, Aug. 16
"Red River says yes to E911 sustem," 2006:5A, Nov. 8
"Trail costs concern Red River district attorney," 2006:1A, July 16
Red River Revel
"A taste of culture," 2006:12E, Oct. 13
"CORK event tips glass to the Revel," 2006:1B, May 14
"Diamond Rio close out Red River Revel," 2006:1B, Oct. 14
"Event to uncork funds for Revel," 2006:1B, Jan. 31
"Ice rink for Festival Plaza," 2006:1B, Nov. 17
"Michelle Branch to perform at Revel," 2006:1A, Aug.31
"Music acts keep the Revel rolling," 2006:16E, Oct. 6
"One-man circus entertains crowd," 2006:1A, Oct. 8
"Preparations begin for Red River Revel," 2006:1B, Sept. 29
"Red River Revel draws to a close," 2006:1B, Oct. 15
"Revel brings fishing fun," 2006:1B, Oct. 9
"Revel to expand international focus," 2006:1A, Oct. 4
"RRR Holiday ice rink creates winter chill," 2006:1B, Nov. 19
"Shoe Fits' project winners named," 2006:3F, Oct. 22
Red River Waterway Commission
"Bill adds Red River commissioner," 2006:3B, Apirl 11
Richard, Allan
"Historian and engineer praised for work, humanity," 2006:1B, Dec. 12
"Historian, author dies in three-vehicle crash," 2006:1A, Dec. 8
"Obituary," 2006:3B, Dec. 10
River City Repertory Theatre
"Already-skinny arts groups go on a diet," 2006:3A, Feb. 3
"Box office now open for 'The Little Foxes," 2006:2D, May 15
"Dim the lights!", 2006:1D, June 20
"Fundraiser to feature high-profile women," 2006:3D, Oct. 24
"Fundraisesr showcases female movers and shakers," 2006:1D, Oct. 31
"Instability hampers growth," 2006:1A, June 18
"RCP to hold acting classes," 2006:3D, May 2
"Rep sets time, place for inaugural show," 2006:2D, April 18
"Rep unleashes a beautiful monster with 'Foxes," 2006:5B, June 30
"Shreveport theater gets national notice," 2006:3D, Oct. 3
Roads
"Benton Road overpass," 2006:1A, April 24
"Gravel roads get paved with grant money," 2006:1B, Aug. 13
"Intersections with most accidents remain steady," 2006:1A, May 11
"Work under way on Bossier roads," 2006:1A, April 10
"Youree Drive work causes headaches for many," 2006:1A, Oct. 18
Robinson Film Center
"Center begins film series," 2006:3D, Oct. 31
"Center to showcase building," 2006:1A, April 6
"Construction under way for film center," 2006:1B, April 8
"Film Center finalizes plans, still fundraising," 2006:1B, Jan.2
"Film Center held benefit last weekend," 2006:2D, April 16
"Gary Nicholson to play at Fairfield Studios," 2006:2D, June 13
"Group questions funding for film center," 2006:1B, Sept. 22
"Homeland Security' director receives award," 2006:2D, Nov. 5
"No lifetime movie passes for legislators," 2006:2B, July 14
"Outdoor screening set for tonight," 2006:12E, July 7
"Students express their creativity," 2006:1D, March 31
"Sylvia Goodman named 'Heronine," 2006:3A, April 26
Robinson, Eddie
"Eddie Robinson Museum plans granted funding," 2006:3B, Aug. 5
Roemer, Buddy
"Former governor opens bank," 2006:6B, Feb. 4
Ruane, Barbara
"Krewe of Barkus & Meoux founder dies," 2006:3B, Oct. 12
"Obituary," 2006:3B, Oct. 12

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Sardisco, Anthony
"Coach Sardisco gets enormous farewell," 2006:2B, June 2
"Obituary," 2006:3B, May 31
Sci-Port Discovery Center
"Activities aim to sharpen test-taking skills," 2006:1B, Jan. 9
"CEO moving to Tampa," 2006:1A, Dec. 14
"Former Sci-Port employee charged with felony theft," 2006:4B, Aug. 10
"Harrah's donation lets Sci-Port reach for the stars," 2006:1B, June 24
"Hurricane on the Bayou," 2006:1D, Dec. 19
"Opening of space center draws about 500," 2006:1B, Nov. 19
"Out of this world," 2006:1D, March 2
"Pendulum signals construction for new space center," 2006:1B, Feb. 24
"Sci-Port aims to protect Earth with hands-on lessons," 2006:1B, April 23
"Sci-Port gets fresh coat of paint, tech upgrades," 2006:1B, Sept. 2
"Sci-Port goes into space," 2006:12E, Nov. 17
"Sci-Port grows up with new space center," 2006:1A, Nov. 16
"Sci-Port teaches science behind the solstice," 2006:1B, Dec. 22
"Sci-Port to close temporarily for makeover," 2006:1A, Aug. 16
"Space team ready to launch," 2006:1D, June 25
"Sun to Earth," 2006:1B, March 26
Shehee, Virginia
"Virginia Shehee to be honored by LPB," 2006:4B, April 27
Shepherd, Kenny Wayne
"Shepherd to wed Mel Gibson's daughter," 2006:1A, Sept. 16
"Shepherd's CD/DVD set for January release," 2006:4B, Dec. 21
Shreve Memorial Library
"Bolshi vet to sing at Broadmoor" [Martha Kostiuk], 2006: 1D, March 23
"Boo to you," 2006:1D, Oct. 31
"Children rock out at Shreve," 2006:1B, Sept. 21
"Friends to hold book sale," 2006:3D, April 25
"Library to host writers' workshop," 2006:2D, Feb. 7
"Library's literacy program a success" [Crystal Efferson], 2006:1F, Oct.22
"New library to share books, history," 2006:1B, Sept. 15
"Pot-bellied pig encourages children to gorge on books," 2006:1B, July 14
Shreveport-Airport Authority
"Airport Authority approves land deal," 2006:1B, Nov. 17
"Developer puts housing proposal back on table," 2006:1A, Oct. 20
"Proposed land deal prompts questions," 2006:1A, Oct. 15
"Residents question proposed public housing," 2006:7A, Dec. 6
Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau
"Bigger budget for 2007," 2006:2B, Nov. 17
"Hospitality award," 2006:5B, May 9
"S-B creates community identity," 2006:2B, Oct. 6
Shreveport-Buildings
"Scottish Rite research produces results," 2006:1B, Jan. 23
Shreveport-Chamber of Commerce
"Area's top businesses honored at luncheon," 2006:6B, Aug. 3
"Bridge the gap" [Black expo], 2006:4B, June 5
"Chamber seeks donations," 2006:1B, Jan.13
"Chamber seeks help with its fundraising," 2006:1B, Jan. 28
"Chamber to launch young professionals group," 2006:5B, Jan. 9
"Convention Center hosts chamber's annual banquet," 2006:1B, Feb. 10
"Initiatives seek to move NW La. forward," 2006:5B, Oct. 9
"Local gets state honor" [Hal Struckman], 2006:5B, April 18
Shreveport-City Council
"City Council plans to create public safety committee," 2006:1B, Dec. 22
"City Council to consider management deal," 2006:1B, Nov. 14
"City employees to receive pay raise," 2006:1A, May 24
"City must pay firm $350,000 by Friday," 2006:1A, Sept. 21
"City to vote on off-road vehicles along river," 2006:1B, July 25
"City union fails to gain recognition," 2006:1B, March 29
"Counci delays vote on workers union," 2006:1A, March 15
"Council approves stadium renovations," 2006:2B, Nov. 29
"Council argues over convention center hotel," 2006:1B, Nov. 15
"Council crafts wishlist for unexpected tax windfall," 2006:1A, May 10
"Council delays vote on paying $350,000," 2006:1A, Sept. 13
"Council incumbents leave meeting full of uncertainty," 2006:1A, Sept. 30
"Council likely to postpone vote on cover charge," 2006:1A, Oct. 10
"Council members converge for transition," 2006:5A, Nov. 29
"Council members feel backlash of SRAC cuts," 2006:1B, Jan. 25
"Council OKs $437M budget for '07," 2006:1B, Dec. 13
"Council OKs offensive odor proposal," 2006:1B, Aug. 9
"Council OKs raise for city employees," 2006:1A, June 14
"Council plans to improve facilites for disabled," 2006:1B, June 28
"Council rejects bid for dirt removal," 2006:1B, April 26
"Council rejects hotel equipment contract," 2006:1B, March 31
"Council set to approve Shreveport's '07 budget," 2006:1B, Dec. 12
"Council to consider property expropriation," 2006:1B, Oct. 10
"Council to decide on renaming Convention Hall," 2006:1B, March 9
"Council to weigh union recognition vote," 2006:1B, March 14
"Council votes on repairs for streets in Allendale," 2006:2B, Aug.8
"Council votes to bar political signs on vacant lots," 2006:4B, Sept. 27
"Council votes to increase fees at Woolworth landfill," 2006:2B, Aug. 23
"Councilman: Fair Share a 'facade' program," 2006:1B, Oct. 11
"Councilwoman weighs relocation debate" [Robertson], 2006:4B, Feb. 6
"Court considers second lawsuit involving city," 2006:1A, Sept. 22
"Employees of city to pay more retirement," 2006:1A, July 12
"Enforcement of property standards improving," 2006:1A, Oct. 3
"Ethics fines made against councilman" [Calvin Lester], 2006:1A, June 24
"Expo Hall deal takes center stage," 2006:1B, Feb. 15
"False alarm changes approved by council," 2006:1A, July 26
"Firefighters may have to wait on raise," 2006:1A, June 13
"Funding approved for ninth ambulance in Shreveport," 2006:1A, March 1
"Gunman targets city councilman, Green," 2006:1B, Aug.1
"Improving facilities may cost city up to $4M," 2006:1A, June 27
"Judge: City cannot be forced to pay interest," 2006:1A, Sept. 26
"Lester pays ethics fines, others face lawsuits," 2006:1B, July 1
"Lester requests report on $6M given to district," 2006:1A, July 11
"New City council to grapple with budget," 2006:1A, Nov. 11
"Police push for cover charge ban for restaurants," 2006:1A, Oct. 6
"Renovated stadium could attract meet" [Hedges], 2006:1A, Nov. 28
"Report: City needs $1B in improvements," 2006:1B, March 28
"Residents question proposed public housing," 2006:7A, Dec. 6
"Shreveport backs two contested zoning bids," 2006:1A, Jan. 11
"Shreveport refusing to pay firm $350,000," 2006:1A, Sept.12
"Site owners plead with council to reject proposal," 2006:1A, May 23
"Some alarm holders threaten to vote against tax renewal," 2006:1A, Jan. 30
"Sports authority seeks OK for plan," 2006:1A, Dec. 28
"Tax renewals on ballot to maintain fire districts," 2006:1B, Sept. 21
"The road back: Joe Shyne," 2006:1A, Oct. 30
"Vote to change alcohol license rule postponed," 2006:1B, Apirl 12
Shreveport-City Goverment
"Arlena Acree to coordinate film industries," 2006:1B, Dec. 16
"City fires employees accused of taking metal," 2006:1A, June 16
"City loses round two of Whitaker lawsuit," 2006:1A, May 5
"City to decide fates of employees arrested in thefts," 2006:1B, June 15
"City to pay Whitaker lawsuit judgment," 2006:1A, May 9
"Heat affecting city waterlines," 2006:1A, July 19
"Powering up to prevent problems," 2006:1A, July 20
"Six apply for city's CAO job," 2006:1A, Dec. 9
Shreveport-Convention Center
"6-month checkup," 2006:5I, July 30
"Center draws praise as first event closes," 2006:1A, Jan. 23
"Center exceeds annual goals in 6 months, city says," 2006:1A, July 25
"Center gets more 'wows' from officials," 2006:1B, March 24
"Center's opening caps years of debate," 2006:1A, Jan. 19
"City pleased with early returns despite warnings," 2006:1A, July 30
"Hilton Shreveport marks 'topping off," 2006:6B, July 28
"Home and Garden show draws large crowd," 2006:1B, Jan. 30
"Home and Garden show scheduled," 2006:1D, Jan. 21
"Hustle and muscle define wrap-up," 2006:1A, Jan. 18
Shreveport-Economy
"33 year-old bakery thrift store closes," 2006:4B, Nov. 2
"Area sees sales tax funds rise," 2006:1A, Feb. 7
"Beaird Co. looking to fill 100 jobs," 2006:1A, Dec. 15
"Bellemead to get new businesses," 2006:1A, July 11
"CenterPoint call center to close," 2006:1A, Sept. 1
"Chicken fingers" [new Raising Cane's], 2006:6B, April 20
"Concept showroom's groundbreaking set," 2006:6B, Aug. 10
"Counter Culture has plans for growth," 2006:6B, April 21
"Ellerbe Road," 2006:1I, Jan.8
"Exide battery plant shut down," 2006:1A, April 25
"Exide workers say morale was low," 2006:1A, April 30
"From rusting plant to vital marketplace," 2006:1I, July 16
"Fruits of their labors" [Edible Arrangements], 2006:6B, Sept. 30
"Helpful harmony" [Ren Ten Music LLC], 2006:5B, Oct. 3
"Housing demand decline creates buyers' market ," 2006:1A, Dec. 3
"JCPenney to return to Shreveport," 2006:1A, June 13
"Job outlook for Exide workers optimistic," 2006:1A, April 26
"Jobless rate falling locally," 2006:6B, April 8
"Jobless rate here drops in March," 2006:6A, April 28
"Jobless rate increase matches statewide numbers," 2006:2B, July 26
Shreveport-Environment
"Arkla to pay for oil spill cleanup," 2006:1B, May 5
"Businesses seem unscathed by smoking ordinance," 2006:1A, April 26
"Calumet expanding; residents concerned," 2006:1B, Oct. 6
"City bills company almost $240,000 over oil spill," 2006:1A, April 6
"Environmental group wants locals' input," 2006: 1A, Dec. 29
"Fish advisories don't scare locals," 2006:1B, March 9
"Litter, ATV use along Red River raise concerns," 2006:1A, June 8
"Louisiana to clear the air in '07," 2006:1A, Dec. 31
"Oil spill blackens cotton field," 2006:1A, Feb. 17
"Oil spill remains under investigation," 2006:1B, March 3
"Plant creates a stink" [LA Protein Plant], 2006:1A, June 13
"Proposed farmer's market awaits environmental report," 2006:1B, Dec. 4
"Public comments sought" [Calumet Lubricants], 2006:2B, Oct. 4
"Public meeting to address foul smells from plant," 2006:1A, July 10
"Rendering plant faces deadline to address odors," 2006:1B, July 14
"Shreveport Green to plant trees," 2006:4B, Feb. 22
"Stink grows" [Louisiana Proteins plant], 2006:1A, Dec. 21
Shreveport-Expo Hall
"Expo Hall officially goes Hollywood," 2006:1A, April 6
"Malone, Toms may invest in Expo Hall," 2006:1A, Jan. 25
Shreveport-Fire Dept.
"Chief: More ambulances needed if no relocation," 2006:1A, Feb. 14
"Citizen's Fire Academy seeks applicants," 2006:1B, April 9
"Classes train officials for underwater rescues," 2006:1A, Aug. 14
"Cochran elected to office in national fire chief group," 2006:4B, Sept. 22
"Cochran speaks to conference on Katrina disaster," 2006:1B, June 10
"Court rules against city in race-based hiring lawsuit," 2006:1A, Jan. 26
"Departments kick off tax renewal campaign," 2006:1B, March 4
Shreveport-Housing Authority
"Way cleared for first project" [Jackson Heights], 2006:1A, June 28
Shreveport-Little Theatre
"Already-skinny arts groups go on a diet," 2006:3A, Feb. 3
"Bedroom Farce' to open at SLT," 2006:3D, Jan.3
"Box office open for 'Caught in the Net," 2006:2D, April 25
"Caught in the Net' adds performances," 2006:2D, May 16
"Caught in the Net' to close SLT season," 2006:2D, May 2
"Honkey, Tonk Angels' stronger, campier," 2006:2B, Nov. 4
"Honky Tonk Angels' to soar again," 2006:3D, Oct. 31
"I Do! I Do!' set to open," 2006:2D, July 4
"Little Theatre Guild to hold annual luncheon," 2006:3D, April 25
"Mockingbird' sings a good note," 2006:3B, March 4
"Perfect Wedding' is successful offering by SLT," 2006:2B, Sept. 9
"Sexism isn't funny in SLT's 'I Do, I Do!", 2006:2D, July 8
"SLT adds performances of 'Perfect Wedding," 2006:3D, Sept. 19
"SLT extends its run of holiday show," 2006:6D, Nov. 14
"SLT extends run of 'Perfect Wedding," 2006:2D, Sept. 26
"SLT gives out annual 'Bravo' awards," 2006:2D, July 11
"SLT lands reconstruction funds," 2006:1A, Sept. 22
"SLT sets auditions for "Lying in State," 2006:6D, Nov. 21
"SLT to hold auditions for 'Almost Maine," 2006:2D, August 29
"SLT to hold auditions for 'Perfect Wedding," 2006:2D, July 11
"SLT to kick off season with 'Perfect Wedding," 2006:6D, Sept. 5
"SLT's 85th season hopes to crack up audiences," 2006:2D, May 2
"Southern Trace home opened for fundraiser," 2006:1D, Feb. 25
"St. Lucy's Eyes," 2006:1D, Aug.1
"Theater to hold 'Caught in the Net' auditions," 2006:3D, Feb. 28
"Tickets on sale for 'Almost, Maine," 2006:3D, Dec. 26
"Tickets on sale for 'Mockingbird," 2006:2D, Feb. 21
"To Kill a Mockingbird," 2006:1D, Feb. 28
Shreveport-Metropolitan Ballet
"Ballet adds encore 'Wizard' performances," 2006:2D, Apirl 11
"Ballet sets 2006-07 season," 2006:3D, May 9
"Ballet under the stars," 2006:12E, SEpt. 8
"Center of attention," 2006:1D, Dec. 6
"Dance director stays on her toes" [Kendra Meiki], 2006:2E, June 9
"Follow the yellow brick road," 2006:1D, March 7
"Nutcracker tradition continues," 2006:3D, Dec. 5
"Scheduled benefit Saturday," 2006:2D, Aug.8
"The Nutcracker' is right on time," 2006:3B, Dec. 9
"Wizard of Oz" unleashes beautiful sound," 2006:4B, March 12
"Youth ballet to hold company auditions," 2006:3D, April 18
Shreveport-Metropolitan Planning Commission
SEE Shreveport-MPC
"Truck stop gets zoning approval," 2006:1A, Oct. 12
Shreveport-MPC
"Anger brews over pub" [Phillin Station], 2006:1A, May 10
Shreveport-Municipal Auditorium
"Friends to add statue of Hank Williams," 2006:2B, April 27
Shreveport-Opera
"Annual event hit or miss for some," 2006:1B, Nov. 20
"Arepo will be held Feb. 24," 2006:3D, Feb.19
"Christopher Radko to be at Les Boutiques de Noel," 2006:1A, May 18
"Instability hampers growth, say area arts organizations," 2006:1A, June 18
"Les Boutiques de Noel," 2006:1D, Oct. 29
"Madama Butterfly' soars with simplicity," 2006:4B, Nov. 13
"Madame Butterfly," 2006:3D, Oct. 24
"My Fair Lady," 2006:1D, March 21
"Opera director headed to Beijing," 2006:1B, Oct. 17
"Opera guild to hold annual luncheon," 2006:2D, May 15
"Opera to close season wtih 'Rigolette," 2006:3D, April 25
"Rigoletto' ends Shreveport Opera's season," 2006:2D, May 1
"Sparks will fly at 'Madama Butterfly," 2006:6D, Nov. 7
Shreveport-Police Dept.
"Capt. Frank Datcher focus of investigation," 2006:1A, Aug. 11
"Choosing a new chief," 2006:1A, Nov. 30
"Classes train officials for underwater rescues," 2006:1A, Aug. 14
"Couple files complaint about officer" [Fred Clinton], 2006:1B, Oct. 24
"Crime lowest in 25 years" [statistics], 2006:1A, Jan. 20
"Death by homicide" [statistics for 2005], 2006:1A, Jan. 22
"Decades-old radio tower comes down Thursday," 2006:1B, Sept. 22
"Departments kick off tax renewal campaign," 2006:1B, March 4
"Fine increase bring drop in false alarms," 2006:1B, Feb.19
"Homicides decline" [statistics], 2006:1A, July 17
"Homicides rate up in 2005" [statistics], 2006:1A, Jan.1
"Law enforcement recalls 9/11 tragedy," 2006:1B, Sept. 11
"Lieut.Lester Robinson receives Hero of the Year Award," 2006:2B, July 18
"Marquise Hudspeth civil suit dismissed," 2006:3B, Dec. 21
"New gear keeps law enforcement up-to-date," 2006:1B, Dec. 25
"Officer dies on duty" [Adam Wilson], 2006:1B, Aug. 20
"Police cars to enter digital era," 2006:1B, Aug. 7
"Police chief resigns," 2006:1A, Nov. 14
"Police get new tool for computer crimes," 2006:1B, Sept. 15
"Police help build homes on Higher Ground," 2006:1B, June 18
"Police offer e-mail crime information," 2006:1B, Feb. 23
"Police push for cover charge ban for restaurants," 2006:1A, Oct. 6
"Police round up children for bicycle safety," 2006:1B, June 9
Shreveport-Population
"Census: City may be shrinking," 2006:1A, Aug. 15
"Population growth," 2006:1A, June 17
Shreveport-Regional Airport
"Airport hub for variety of statistics," 2006:4B, Feb. 21
"Airport lacking runway safety zone," 2006:1B, Nov. 4
"Allegiant Air announces new flights to Orlando," 2006:1A, Sept. 6
"Allegiant Air wings to Orlando," 2006:1A, Nov. 16
"Classic bombers display evokes memories," 2006:3B, March 30
"Fair air fare" [Allegiant], 2006:6B, March 15
"WW II bombers to visit Shreveport," 2006:1B, March 25
Shreveport-Regional Sports Authority
"Officials vying for SWAC headquarters," 2006:1A, Dec. 3
"Sports authority seeks OK for plan," 2006:1A, Dec. 28
Shreveport-Sports
"A new look for '06," 2006:1C, May 11
"Aviators down Sports in extras," 2006:1C, June 1
"Boy, this girl is on the ball" [Terri Sipes], 2006:1B, May 16
"History on display at Fair Grounds," 2006:2C, June 25
"Meet the Sports," 2006:6C, May 16
"Saints avoid sweep against Sports," 2006:1C, July 17
"Sports are ready to go," 2006:1C, May 16
"Sports down Cats for 7th straight win," 2006:2C, June 15
"Sports drop doubleheader to Diablos," 2006:1C, June 8
"Sports eager to help paralyzed player," 2006:2C, June 25
"Sports end losing steak," 2006:1C, July 15
"Sports even series," 2006:1C, August 30
"Sports fall in opener," 2006:1C, August 29
"Sports fall to Pelicans," 2006:1C, May 22
"Sports falter late," 2006:1C, May 17
"Sports have chance at first-half division title," 2006:1C, June 30
"Sports prepare for opener," 2006:1C, May 10
"Sports return home, slide past Forth Worth," 2006:1C, June 13
"Sports seek solid pitching," 2006:1C, May 18
"Sports set for playoff," 2006:1C, Aug. 28
"Sports, LSUS look for history," 2006:1C, June 24
"Streaking Sports wallop Fort Worth," 2006:2C, June 16
"Team reverses its fortunes," 2006:1C, July 3
"Teams reach out to fans," 2006:1C, Aug.1
Shreveport-Symphony
"Already-skinny arts groups go on a diet," 2006:3A, Feb. 3
"Breaking the mold," 2006:1D, Aug. 15
"Butterman to conduct Beethoven's 9th symphony," 2006:1D, Jan. 31
"Cellists are front and center for 'April Fools," 2006:2D, March 28
"Classical Mystery Tour' to pay tribute to Beatles," 2006:1D, Oct. 3
"Fans come together for The Beatles," 2006:2E, Oct. 13
"He Said, She Said' offers different views," 2006:3D, Oct. 17
"Holiday pops," 2006:1D, Dec. 12
"Instability hampers growth, say area arts organizations," 2006:1A, June 18
"Juggling a passion and profession," 2006:1D, Feb. 14
"Mozart," 2006:1D, April 24
"Musicians to celebrate Mozart with concert," 2006:3D, April 18
"Party like it's 1783," 2006:1D, Nov. 14
"Picnic Pops," 2006:12E, May 19
"Symphony choirs bring deversity center stage," 2006:3D, Jan. 10
"Symphony cuts musicians' pay," 2006:1A, Jan. 25
"Symphony goes casual for annual 'Picnic Pops," 2006:2D, May 16
"Symphony Guild plans annual luncheon," 2006:2D, May 16
"Symphony launches luxury raffle," 2006:2D, Feb. 7
"Symphony lights 'Fire' in a crowded theater," 2006:4B, Sept. 17
"Symphony music director accepts post in Colorado," 2006:1B, Feb. 10
"Symphony to feature 'The Three Phantoms," 2006:3D, Feb. 28
"Symphony to open season with 'Gershwin on Fire," 2006:3D, Sept.12
"Symphony to perform romantic classics," 2006:3D, Feb. 7
"Symphony to showcase Irish folk tunes," 2006:6D, March 14
"Symphony, choir shine for 'Ode to Joy," 2006:4B, Feb. 5
Shreveport-Times
"Former Times reporter speaks on religious trends," 2006:4B, Oct. 9
"Honoring community stewards," 2006:6B, March 10
"Martin receives Tiffany award," 2006:4B, Sept. 15
"New publisher named at The Times," 2006:1B, Nov. 16
"New Times section dedicated to your news," 2006:3B, July 9
"Times adapts to meet print, online demands," 2006:7I, April 30
"Times chooses 10 outstanding community members," 2006:1A, Dec. 31
"Times employees pitch in building on Higher Ground" [Allendale], 2006:1B, May 25
"Times to honor 20 graduating high school seniors," 2006:4B, May 4
"Times' ex-sports editor death subject of TV show," 2006:5B, Feb.18
Shriner's Hospital
"Shriners to unveil statue," 2006:6B, May 11
"Shriners: Collaboration with LSUHSC benefits everyone," 2006:1A, Apirl 5
Skate Plaza
"Grand opening," 2006:1B, March 25
"Skateboarders turn out in mass for opening," 2006:1B, March 27
Soldiers
"A community mourns" [Jon Bowman], 2006:1A, Oct. 19
"Attack on local airman detailed" [Joshua Collins], 2006:1B, July 25
"Brave men and women gone forever by remembered," 2006:1B, Jan. 22
"Burrows, Joshua" [obituary], 2006:3B, Dec. 3
"Claiborne Marine killed in Iraq" [Bowman,Jon], 2006:1A, Oct. 11
"Deaths of La. Marines officially reported," 2006:1B, Oct. 13
"Ex-Shreveporter Bradley May gets first star," 2006:2B, Oct. 12
"Family and friends recall life of John E. Hale," 2006:1A, Oct. 11
"Family prepares for goodbye" [Madden, Josh], 2006:1A, Dec. 10
"Family remembers recently slain soldier" [Burrows], 2006:1A, Nov. 30
"Family still planning funeral" [Madden, Josh], 2006:2B, Dec. 12
"Friends lament soldier's death" [Moore, David], 2006:4B, Dec.14
"Funeral details announced for Burrows," 2006:1A, Dec. 2
"Funeral plans complete for Minden soldier" [Madden, Jerry], 2006:1B, Dec.14
"Hale, John Edward, obituary," 2006:3B, Oct. 14
"Josh Burrows laid to rest," 2006:1A, Dec. 6
"Kyle Burleson closer to home," 2006:3B, Sept. 16
"Kyle Burleson's home opening delayed," 2006:1A, July 17
"Local Marine laid to rest" [John Edward Hale], 2006:1A, Oct. 16
"Local soldier dies in Iraq" [Burrows, Joshua], 2006:1A, Nov. 29
"Marine killed in Iraq" [John Edward Hale], 2006:1A, Oct. 10
"Minden buries its first fallen soldier" [Madden, Josh], 2006:1A, Dec. 17
"Minden soldier killed in Iraq" [Madden, Josh], 2006:1A, Dec. 8
"Navy officer recounts Afghan suicide bombing" [Lt. Scott Gustin], 2006:1B, Jan. 12
"Obituary" [Madden, Jerry], 2006:3B, Dec.14
"Shreveport Marine, John Hale, to be buried," 2006:1A, Oct. 14
"Shreveporter a hit on Baghdad airwaves" [Kristen King], 2006:1A, May 18
"Soldier dies from car crash" [Moore, David], 2006:2B, Dec. 13
"Soldier to be buried today" [Burrows, Joshua], 2006:1B, Dec. 5
"Soldiers returning from Afghanistan," 2006:1B, May 15
"Soldiers' memorial and awards fill weekend," 2006:4B, Jan. 20
"War follows soldier home to campus" [Reginald Williams], 2006:1B, Jan.13
Southern University-Shreveport
"Abolitionist's descendent tells grads to strive," 2006:1A, Dec. 13
"Forum debates teacher raises," 2006:1B, April 21
"Generals to pitch military life to students," 2006:1B, Feb. 23
"La. pulls plug on unaccredited programs," 2006:1A, Jan.27
"New McDonald's training facility to open here," 2006:2B, Sept.12
"SU president to speak at commencement," 2006:3B, May 8
"SUSLA basketballers line up for school lunches," 2006:4B, Oct. 4
"SUSLA opens evacuee transition center," 2006:1B, Nov. 18
"SUSLA to hold second annual economic forum," 2006:5B, March 7
"Theater director comes centerstage," 2006:1D, Jan. 31
SPAR
"A.C. Steere Park needs 'potty," 2006:1B, Sept. 27
"Free park concerts to be offered during summer," 2006:1A, April 29
"Hamel beach ready for holiday weekend," 2006:1A, Sept. 2
"Historic train's future on short spur" [Ford Park], 2006:1A, Oct. 9
"New uses for cemetery's hollow being explored," 2006:1B, Oct. 3
"Park volunteers upset over theft of trees," 2006:3B, Aug. 19
"Park, gateway dedicated in Valencia subdivision," 2006:1A, June 8
"Pools cleanliness a concern in the summer," 2006:1B, July 7
"Residents talk about improving Shreveport recreation," 2006:1A, July 25
"SPAR serves up citywide ice cream party," 2006:1B, July 22
"Students dig in to cemetery data," 2006:1B, June 5
"Thefts stymie progress on Municipal Plaza revitalization," 2006:1A, Aug.31
SporTran
"SporTran manager pleased with 1st night route service," 2006:4B, Oct. 4
"SporTran night buses running smoothly," 2006:1A, Oct. 7
"SporTran set to start night service Monday," 2006:1B, Sept. 30
"SporTran to hold public hearing on night service," 2006:1B, July 20
"SporTran to introduce 'BioWillie' to city," 2006:6B, Nov. 2
"SporTran to try out extended bus hours," 2006:1B, May 24
"Suggestions offered for night service," 2006:1B, July 21
Spring Street Museum
"Spring Street Museum to get new life," 2006:1D, Oct. 5
SRAC
"5K to kick off ARTBREAK week," 2006:6A, April 28
"Already-skinny arts groups go on a diet," 2006:3A, Feb. 3
"ARTBREAK encourages students to explore creativity," 2006:1B, May 4
"ARTBREAK," 2006:12E, May 5
"Arts council recognized for Katrina relief efforts," 2006:1B, April 18
"Arts council to hold workshops for grants," 2006:3D, May 2
"Arts in crisis," 2006:1A, Feb. 3
"ArtSCARE to offer thrills and chillls," 2006:3D, Oct. 24
"Artspace exhibit reflects creative N.O.", 2006:1D, April 20
"Christmas in the Sky: OZMANIA' a sellout," 2006:1A, Dec. 8
"Council members feel backlash of SRAC cuts," 2006:1B, Jan. 25
"Council to conduct grant workshops," 2006:2D, Apirl 11
"Deck the Halls' to open at SRAC on Saturday," 2006:6D, Nov. 14
"Faces of Katrina" [artspace], 2006:1D, Aug. 22
"Folk art is," 2006:1D, Feb. 5
"Funky Friday showcases local talent," 2006:12E, July 14
"Katrina arts exhibit to close with a flair," 2006:3D, Oct. 17
"Library to host writers' workshop," 2006:2D, Feb. 7
"More private donations sought for ARTBREAK," 2006:1B, Feb.18
"New artspace director named," 2006:2D, Sept. 26
"Oz mania, a wicked Christmas in the Sky," 2006:1D, Nov. 12
"Partygoers travel through OZ," 2006:1A, Dec. 10
"SRAC hopes city will restore ARTBREAK funds," 2006:1A, Jan. 19
"SRAC misses out at Gala Awards," 2006:3B, Jan. 14
"SRAC offering grants for displaced artists," 2006:3D, March 7
"SRAC revisits its role in the community," 2006:3A, Feb. 3
Star Cemetery
"Cemetery boosters compare notes," 2006:1B, Jan.10
"Cemetery entrance made passable," 2006:1B, May 1
"Memorial services envisioned for Star Cemetery," 2006:1B, Jan. 23
"Search at Star Cemetery for burials yields surprises," 2006:3B, Jan. 25
"Star Cemetery undergoing study," 2006:1B, Jan.3
Strand Theatre
"42nd Street' to open at Strand," 2006:3D, March 7
"Already-skinny arts groups go on a diet," 2006:3A, Feb. 3
"Chinese acrobats to appear at Strand," 2006:2D, Feb. 7
"Cora's Sons' to be staged at Strand for one night only," 2006:3D, April 18
"Hairspray' comes to the Strand," 2006:3D, Oct. 17
"Hairspray' takes dancing to new level," 2006:2B, Oct. 23
"Instability hampers growth, say area arts organizations," 2006:1A, June 18
"Musicals dominate Strand's new season," 2006:1D, June 9
"Nutcracker' to bring its holiday splendor," 2006:6D, Nov. 17
"Resurrection' hopes to spread faith," 2006:2D, March 28
"Riverdance' is still kicking," 2006:12E, April 7
"Riverdance' offers gorgeous spectacle at the Strand," 2006:3B, April 8
"Strand adds 'Blondes' performance," 2006:2D, April 25
"Strand Theatre to undergo repairs following accident," 2006:4B, June 24
"Strand to stage 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," 2006:3D, May 2
"Ten Tenors to perform at Strand," 2006:2D, April 4
"Will Rogers Follies' to hit Strand," 2006:3D, April 25
Sutton Children's Hospital
"A song in their hearts," 2006:1D, Dec. 22
"Celebrities show support for children's hospital," 2006:1A, May 22
"Competition intensifies between pediatric units," 2006:1A, Jan. 17
"Crowd gather for hospital preview party," 2006:2B, April 9
"Drop the egos and focus on the children," 2006:1C, May 15
"Expert says one hospital will lose the battle," 2006:1A, April 3
"Group updated on Sutton Children's," 2006:4B, May 3
"Hospital open for business," 2006:1A, May 23
"Hospital set for May opening," 2006:4B, Jan.17
"Hospitals debate quality of care," 2006:1A, April 4
"Meet the pros," 2006:2C, May 22
"Multiple hospitals stir debate, raise worries," 2006:1A, April 2
"Not home for the holidays," 2006:1A, Dec. 18
"Opening of children's hospital," 2006:1I, May 21
"PGA pros strut stuff," 2006:1C, May 23
"Public gets sneak peek at hospital," 2006:1B, April 3
"Robotic surgery performed at Sutton Children's," 2006:1B, August 30
"Sutton clinic set to open on Monday," 2006:6B, Aug. 24
"Sutton Foundation gets large donation," 2006:1B, April 22
"Sutton's opens pediatric emergency department," 2006:6B, Dec. 9
"Tim Brando Celebrity Shootout delivers stars," 2006:3C, May 22
Sutton, Hal
"Entertainment plans altered for Sutton weekend," 2006:2C, May 18
"Sutton-Toms tourney approaches," 2006:1C, May 15
"Toms, Sutton honored," 2006:1C, Jan. 11
SWEPCO
"AEP-SWEPCO proposes new plant here by 2010," 2006:1B, June 1
"Money-sapping heat," 2006:5B, July 18
"Overgrown trees a problem in Mooretown," 2006:1B, July 29
"Residents unhappy with tree-growth regulator," 2006:1B, Aug. 14
"SWEPCO answers questions about Arsenal Hill power," 2006:5I, July 16
"SWEPCO usage sets all-time record," 2006:1A, Aug. 19

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Teague Parkway
"Council says no to curb cuts on parkway," 2006:4B, Aug. 2
"Parkway eyed as fix to S. Bossier traffic growth," 2006:1A, March 25
Toledo Bend
"Archaeological sites exposed at reservoir," 2006:1A, Sept. 18
"Cell tower going up at Toledo Bend dam," 2006:1B, March 26
"Drinking water supply dwindles," 2006:1A, April 13
"Ebarb's water supply improves," 2006:1A, April 14
"Former SRA administrator's reinstatement denied," 2006:4B, April 29
"Hurricanes spur real estate boom on Toledo Bend," 2006:1A, Oct. 9
"Lake level lawsuit settled," 2006:1A, Jan.5
"Low lake leads to Many water emergency," 2006:1A, Oct. 3
"SRA finances grim, but far from hopeless," 2006:1B, March 27
"Texas entity interested in water from Toledo Bend," 2006:1B, July 29
"Toledo Bend experiences record lows," 2006:1A, Jan. 15
"Toledo Bend water level headed for record low," 2006:1B, Sept. 5
Tolliver, Billy Joe
"Tolliver second in celebrity event," 2006:1C, July 17
Toms, David
"David Toms looks to rebound this week in Ireland," 2006:1C, Sept. 21
"Despite steady play, Toms gets lapped," 2006:8C, Aug. 20
"Flawless' Toms starts even," 2006:1C, April 6
"Golfer, community hit jackpot with conservative decision," 2006:1C, July 11
"Just what the doctor ordered," 2006:1C, Jan.17
"Membership has its privileges," 2006:1C, Aug. 15
"Sutton-Toms tourney approaches," 2006:1C, May 15
"Tiger leads, Toms 4th at Doral," 2006:1C, March 5
"Toms a magician in Memphis," 2006:1C, May 25
"Toms aided by good distractions," 20061C, April 5
"Toms back in the swing," 2006:1C, Aug. 3
"Toms currently a victim of his own success," 2006:1C, May 22
"Toms gets testy about greens," 2006:3C, April 6
"Toms gives $300,000 to charities," 2006:1A, Nov. 16
"Toms has shot at another victory today," 2006:3C, Feb. 5
"Toms is switching clubs," 2006:1C, Dec. 13
"Toms leads at Honda Classic," 2006:1C, March 10
"Toms leads by 1 at Honda," 2006:1C, March 11
"Toms makes noise on PGA Tour," 2006: 1C, March 23
"Toms may miss Colonial," 2006:1C, May 18
"Toms needs all-around game," 2006:1C, June 15
"Toms off to good start at FBR Open," 2006:3C, Feb. 3
"Toms one off Sony lead," 2006:2C, Jan.13
"Toms rumbles to 68," 2006:1C, May 19
"Toms seeks strength in game," 2006:1C, Aug. 16
"Toms set to defend his title," 2006:1C, Feb.22
"Toms starts strong in U.S. Open prep," 2006:1C, June 9
"Toms terrific in 12th PGA Tour win," 2006:1C, Jan.16
"Toms withdraws from British Open," 2006:1C, July 8
"Toms' charge falls short," 2006:1C, March 6
"Toms' consistency pays off," 2006:1C, Nov. 2
"Toms, Sutton honored," 2006:1C, Jan. 11
"Toms, Tiger bow out of Match Play," 2006:1C, Feb. 25
"Toms, Tiger in hunt at Doral," 2006:1C, March 3
"Toms, Tiger on track to meet," 2006:1C, Feb. 24
"Toms, Tiger stalk lead," 2006:1C, Aug. 19
"Winds stymie Toms' run at Colonial," 2006:1C, May 21
"Woods misses cut; Toms withdraws," 2006:1C, June 17

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University of Louisiana
"UL System board gives Clausen pay raise," 2006:4B, June 24
"ULS board approves capital projects," 2006:5B, Oct. 27
University of Louisiana System
"Motions in suit to be decided Dec. 15," 2006:1A, Dec. 1
University of Louisiana-Monroe
"Designers hard at work on ULM mascot design," 2006:3B, May 8
"Two schools unite to deal with state budget cuts," 2006:1B, Jan. 7
"ULM mascot to change from Indian," 2006:3B, Feb. 1
"ULM pharmacy program to open campus," 2006:5B, June 16
"ULM satellite campus to open here," 2006:3B, Aug. 2

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Vitter, Sen. David
"Congressional members benefit from Abramoff events," 2006:1A, Jan.13
"Plan to reform flood insurance program stalled," 2006:1A, July 30
"Vitter pays fact-finding visit to BAFB," 2006:1B, Feb. 22
"Vitter says he will not enter governor's race," 2006:2B, Feb. 22
Vivian, LA
"Empty industrial park still a light of hope for Vivian," 2006:1A, Oct. 23

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Wafer, Dr. John
"Obituary," 2006:3B, Oct. 17
"Wafer, local pioneer heart surgeon, dies," 2006:2B, Oct. 17
Walker, Mayor Lo
"Mayor focuses on Bossier City's growth," 2006:1A, Jan. 9
"Mayor kicks off visitation week," 2006:2B, Feb. 14
Walker, Todd
"Cubs send Walker to Padres," 2006:1C, Aug.1
"Persistent Walker looks ahead" Nov. 12, 2006:1C
"Walker leads LSU Hall class," 2006:1C, July 11
"Walker OK with arbitration," 2006:5C, Dec. 17
"Walker's goal: Enjoy the ride," 2006:4C, Oct. 3
"Walker, others deal with pressure of possible trades," 2006:1C, July 25
Water Suppy
"Aging water pipes bursting under strain of heat," 2006:1A, July 24
Weather
"Louisiana: The long road ahead" [Katrina], 2006:SS, Feb. 5
Webster Parish
"Animal control still a topic of discussion in Webster," 2006:1B, Aug. 2
"Animal problems addressed in 2007 budget," 2006:1A, Dec. 11
"Cotton Valley school's football ceases," 2006:1A, Oct. 11
"Film seeks to promote Webster, Claiborne," 2006:1B, Apirl 11
"Habitat makes big recycling push this month," 2006:1B, Nov. 13
"Most FEMA trailers in Webster sit empty," 2006:1B, March 8
"Negotiations continue in airport land dispute," 2006:1B, March 8
"Police Jury calls tax election for shelter, mosquito control," 2006:2B, Feb. 23
"Sibley chief still talking resignation," 2006:1B, Oct. 30
"Soil remediation benefits Heflin," 2006:1A, Aug. 28
"Webster community gets I-69 to move south," 2006:1A, Dec. 6
"Webster voters to consider tax to fund animal shelter," 2006:1A, April 24
West Nile Virus
"7 new West Nile cases," 2006:2B, Aug.1
"Encephalitis, West Nile reported in horses in N.La," 2006:1B, Aug. 22
"Four new cases of West Nile reported," 2006:1B, Dec. 17
"West Nile cases are average this year," 2006:1A, Sept. 2
"West Nile confirmed in Caddo and Bossier parishes," 2006:1A, July 27
Whitaker, Billy Joe
"Obituary," 2006:3B, March 8
Whited, Edwin Frost
"Obituary," 2006:3B, June 16
"Philanthropist Whited, 86, dies," 2006:5B, June 18
Wideman Piano Competition
"Competition announces winners," 2006:1B, Dec. 4
"Piano Virtuosity' to feature 2005 Wideman winners," 2006:2D, May 9
"Six make final cut in competition," 2006:3B, Dec. 3
"Wideman set for this weekend," 2006:6D, Nov. 28
Willis-Knighton Health System
"Competition intensifies between pediatric units," 2006:1A, Jan. 17
"Device helps diagnose heart attacks faster," 2006:6B, Jan. 21
"Expansion announced for WK Bossier," 2006:1B, July 17
"Hospital most experienced in world" [cancer], 2006:1A, Feb. 16
"Local heart transplant clinic to shut down," 2006:1A, Feb. 24
"Local hospitals acquire high-tech CT scanners," 2006:1B, Jan. 21
"Local medical center earns national honor," 2006:1B, Jan. 20
"Study shows WKHS as a top hospital," 2006:5B, March 14
"W-K, Live Oak plan new retirement communitiy," 2006:2B, Aug. 23
"WK celebrating 10 years at Bossier," 2006:4I, July 16
"WK extended care center opens this month," 2006:5B, July 4
"WK restarts its pediatric care unit," 2006:4B, Jan.17
"WK set to build neonatal care unit," 2006:1A, May 26
"WK to build $7.2M Extended Care Center," 2006:1A, Jan. 11
"WK to open medical museum," 2006:6B, March 22
Women in Shreveport
"Athena nominees among top local business achievers," 2006:6B, Aug. 17
"Women who helped reclaim dropouts recognized," 2006:1B, March 10
"YWCA honors local women leaders," 2006:4B, March17
World War II
"Flag film reminder of grim past" [Jesse Boatright], 2006:1A, Oct. 30
"Newspapers from history now legacy of Legion post," 2006:1A, Oct. 9
"Remembrance planned for Ray Snider," 2006:1B, June 19
"WWII warrior honored" [Maj. Gen. Lewis Elton Lyle], 2006:1B, Oct. 7

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YMCA
"Camp the old-fashioned way," 2006:1D, July 10
"Mushrooming YMCA considers new branches," 2006:1A, Feb.11
"Nothing but 'net," 2006:1B, Nov. 14
"Stomp Tour aims to motivate" [Carver Branch], 2006:1D, Jan.27
YWCA
"Abuse victims get utility fee help," 2006:1B, Oct. 21
"Domestic violence week," 2006:1A, Oct. 19
"Ministry hopes to buy YWCA facility," 2006:1B, Jan. 22
"Women's Week aims to raise funds," 2006:1B, March 6
"YWCA honors local women leaders," 2006:4B, March17
"YWCA plans Week Without Violence," 2006:2B, Oct. 4

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