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October 31 09:30 AM
Yes, Patrick Williams signs are in the best place for the voters to see and be reminded to vote for him. The bus stop bench ads are one of my favorite signs. Patrick Williams is the mayor for Shreveport. What an asset Shreveport has in Patrick Williams in being an established architect and builder.
October 17 05:47 PM
The LSU Fighting Tigers, where do they do their fighting? Evidently, not on the football field and of the news a few months back, barroom brawls. They are evidently doing their fighting in the bars of Baton Rouge and not on the football field, not of late.
October 10 11:22 AM
This is my comment to the lady, Ruth. You are a big, fat liar; that is not truth. There is just as many white people getting food stamps as black folks. Second, you sound like you are racist female. You get what you get, maybe if you talked to people the right way you would get much better service.
October 03 10:43 AM
Someone had asked the question about the difference in in law schools. I believe it was the difference between a Southern University law degree as opposed to an LSU law degree. I think the issue came up when someone said Bossier DA Schuyler Marvin has a Southern University law degree.
September 26 01:19 PM
Hi, I am calling to ask a question about the guy arrested, the State Fair of La. Manager Clark. I see here in your paper he ran a stop sign and was arrested for possession of marijuana. He also admitted that he had a gun in car. It is in the paper.
September 19 11:46 AM
I had a flat on I-49 driving home yesterday and called my husband for help. No sooner than I ended the call, Caddo Parish Deputy Jamey Hendrix was to my rescue. You all know how hot and humid it is in the river bottoms, and Deputy Hendrix changed my tire.
September 12 03:25 PM
Det. Demery. I believe he is one of the best police officers the city of Shreveport has, and I understand he has been re-assigned.
September 12 03:25 PM
Shreveport police violent crimes detectives immediately responded to the scene. Preliminiary information was received indicating the suspect approached Allen firing a handgun multiple times, striking Allen at least twice in the upper body. The suspect was described as a thinbuilt, black male in his mid-20s, standing approximately 5 feet 10.

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