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June 30 04:05 PM
In the beginning of Holly’s pregnancy, I tried to hide my drug use from her since she was sober. I wasn’t very successful. If you’ve ever been an addict, then you can relate to the feeling that nobody knows what you're doing. You’re good at this. Right? Well, if you’re a family member of an addict, you can testify exactly how wrong we all are.
June 30 04:04 PM
Believe it or not, there IS a magic kingdom at Government Plaza on Travis Street in downtown Shreveport; it’s located on the fourth floor in the offices of the Shreveport Caddo Metropolitan Planning Commission (MPC). The king is MPC Executive Director Mark Sweeney, and his cabinet is the nine-member MPC Board.
June 23 07:07 AM
Believe it or not, the Shreveport- Caddo Metropolitan Planning Commission (MPC) offices on the fourth floor of Government Plaza are closed each day from noon until 1 p.m. The lights are off, the door is locked, and the phones are answered by a recording.
June 23 07:07 AM
My addiction has caused me to shame a family name that my grandfather worked seven days a week to build. Prayers up for him, as he is fighting cancer today. It has been a long 15 years of the devil on my back with his evil, lying charms I have placed in my arm.
June 23 07:07 AM
Looking back, it amazes me at how much unnecessary pain I put myself and my family through. When I came home, I tired to hide my drug use from Holly, who was sober. I had reacquainted myself with an old demon — one of, if not the worst: a syringe filled with meth.
June 23 07:07 AM
Thirty-one years ago this week, President Ronald Reagan traveled to West Berlin, and at the Brandenburg Gate admonished, “Mr. Gorbachev, take down that wall.” The Berlin Wall had been erected by the puppet Soviet state of East Germany.
June 16 06:53 AM
A New Orleans congressman tragically was shot while he was out playing baseball. Luckily, it looks like he will fully recover. Some of those who first heard the news assumed that he had been shot in New Orleans. You see, killings have become a way of life in the Crescent City.

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