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March 09 12:56 PM
Blake created the Black History Awards program in the 1970s to recognize individuals and organizations that have made outstanding contributions in business, education and faith. The awards are bestowed as part of the church’s celebration of Black History Month in February.
March 09 12:56 PM
Community partners and local employers representing hospitals, staffing agencies, information technology companies, IT Solutions, billing companies, casino entertainment businesses, insurance agencies, military, pharmacies and retail companies will be present at the Career Fair.
March 05 03:02 PM
There’s plenty to do for nature lovers this time of year. Stop by the gardens of the American Rose Center for the Spring Bloom on April 21 to celebrate the 118- acre rose garden coming to life. View the beautiful, blooming sunflowers at Sunflower Trail and Festival along Hwy.
February 16 01:47 PM
How did it all come about? He said that a group called The Honeycutt Group started the East Texas Blues Award about for or five years ago. “Since then, they started an Alabama Music Awards and then the Ark-La-Tex Music Awards, and now they have the Tennessee Music Awards, so they’re really moving around,” Self said.
February 16 01:44 PM
Shreve Memorial Library is celebrating Black History Month throughout the month of February. Special programming and events will celebrate and honor “African-Americans in Times of War.” The 2018 theme commemorates the centennial 100-year anniversary of World War I and explores the roles of African- Americans in every American war.
January 26 10:28 AM
The concert features beautiful music set to sacred Latin and English texts. Camerata will perform pieces by late Renaissance composers such as Byrd, de Lassus, Palestrina, Sweelinck, and Victoria. Wikan is especially excited to present Byrd’s Mass for Five Voices, an exquisite example of his mastery of polyphonic composition.
December 15 05:15 AM
Shreve Memorial Library branches are decking the walls for the holidays in a friendly holiday decorating competition. The branches will be judged on theme and décor. The staff of the winning branches will receive a pizza party. The public is encouraged to visit participating branches and enjoy the décor.

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June 08 09:08 AM
Now I’ll admit that most of us do not regularly run down to our local supermarket to check on whether a fresh shipment of horsemeat has arrived. But I’m not all that enamored by eating nutria, a large rat, that is regularly publicized as a tasty dish by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
June 01 04:24 PM
As the largest recipient of taxpayer dollars in Caddo Parish, the CPSB is indeed an important position. The school board generally receives less publicity than the Shreveport City Council or the Caddo Commission. And similarly, the “political importance” assigned to service as a school board member is the least appreciated.

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