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April 24 12:32 PM
“If you are seeking a career that offers excitement in the workplace and a chance to make a difference in our community, then the Bossier Sheriff’s Office may have a place for you,” said Sheriff Whittington. “We have immediate openings and are ready to hire.
April 24 12:32 PM
Bossier Parish Police Jury member Bob Brotherton said he and a small group of jury members met with representatives of the Shreveport Bossier Sports Commission and coaches of the ASA national archery team to look at a potential site for the ASA national championships.
April 13 12:33 PM
"Our dispatchers work around the clock, very seldom seen, but always heard as they keep our community safe," said Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington. "They typically work from a small office, but their reach is for miles as they not only help our deputies, but they calm our residents in times of emergencies.
April 06 02:41 PM
After the presentation of the proclamation, Jacobs said, “I want to thank my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, for bringing me this far. … He gave me the voice that I have, and I’m doing the best I can to glorify His name.”.
April 06 02:41 PM
Dr. Shelly Barrett (third from left), Transportation Safety Coalition Coordinator for the Northwest Louisiana Council of Governments, joined (left) La. State Trooper Frank, Child Protection instructor and coordinator, and Capt.
March 23 11:27 AM
Craig has been a member of the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office for the past 11 years, serving as a patrol officer, DARE officer, school resource officer and in special services. He is commanding officer of the Young Marines and was class president of the North Louisiana Criminal Justice Academy’s first class.

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June 22 11:13 AM
The flag consists of 13 alternating red and white stripes that represent the 13 original colonies, and 50 white stars on a blue field, with each star representing a state. The colors on the flag represent:.
June 22 10:53 AM
They pay the Shreveport Airport Authority (SAA) for the dirt the hangars sit on, at a rate of either $.15 or $.19 cents a square foot depending on whether it is a private or commercial lease. Some of them do pay $100 a month for dirt, but others, depending on the size of their lot, pay many times that.

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