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September 25 09:55 AM
A water well has been drilled at the park and plans call for that to be used to supply water for a future bathroom and shower facility. Brotherton said additional RV slots and hookups for water and sewer were in the future along with an enlarged boat launch.
August 31 12:34 PM
Fire chiefs in the parish agreed to ban outdoor burning until further notice, and Police Jury President Glenn Benton has signed the necessary documents to declare the ban in effect. Residents will be notified when the ban is lifted..
July 31 02:34 PM
Rodes, Platt, Princeton and Elm Grove Elementary attendance zones, and with Barksdale Air Force Base East Reservation adjusted from Kerr Elementary, Rusheon Middle and Bossier High to T.L. Rodes, Platt, Princeton, Haughton Middle and Haughton High School attendance zones.
July 20 01:06 PM
“If you are seeking a career that offers excite-ment 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 still have openings and are ready to hire.
July 13 12:02 PM
SWEPCO will install “smart switches” on a circuit that stretches from the CenturyLink Center to Airline Drive near I-220 and east toward Bossier Parish Community College. These switches automatically will isolate outages, reducing the number of customers affected.
July 06 02:25 PM
“The Pea Farm provides an opportunity for non-violent offenders to be productive and help provide for the food they and other inmates will eat,” said Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington. “It teaches some a trade, gives them a work ethic, and helps them take pride in what they do.
July 06 02:25 PM
When it comes to hitting the bull’seye, the young athletes at Benton Elementary School are right on target. The team recently came in first place at the 2017 NASP World Archery Tournament in Louisville, Ky., bringing home the world championship title..
July 06 02:25 PM
Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington oversees the youth program that teaches leadership skills, physical training, teamwork, discipline and confidence-building skills. The program also instills the Marine Corps values of honor, courage, and commitment, and promotes a healthy drug-free lifestyle.
June 29 03:38 PM
BEEF is a perpetual endowment for Bossier schools created in 1985 by then- State Sen. Foster Campbell. Former Gov. Edwin Edwards set aside the first halfmillion dollars in tax revenue from Louisiana Downs to fund BEEF. Sen. Campbell later amended the legislation that added state tax revenue collected from Bossier City casinos.

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