Targets will be furnished and shooters will be assisted by state-certified firearms instructors. Participants are asked to call ahead and reserve a time to work with instructors. Shooters must provide their own ammunition, eye and ear protection, and should arrive with weapons unloaded.
Virginia College in Shreveport will host “Go For The Gold,” an enrollment event for prospective students and their families on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the campus located at Pierre Bossier Mall.
He has also served as a field training officer for new deputies on patrol and is currently a member of the Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Team, which provides peer support to police officers and emergency responders involved in stressful or traumatic incidents.
Marshall joined the Sheriff's Office in 2004 and has worked in Security at Caddo Correctional Center and in Youth Services/Investigations. In addition to serving as a Youth Services detective, he is an investigator on the Internet Crimes against Children Task Force.
Bibliophiles can once again pore through thousands upon thousands of books ranging from cookbooks to biographies, from true crime to humor, and from science to science fiction at the annual Centenary Book Bazaar, scheduled for Friday and Saturday, Sept.
Downtown Shreveport has a couple of such galleries — specifically, artspace and the Norsworthy Gallery — but according to Liz Swaine, executive director of the Downtown Development Authority (DDA), the city has a lot more art than you probably realize.
The new police cruisers will be hitting the streets over the next few months with brand new graphics to match. The 2016 Ford Interceptor SUVs were purchased by the department as part of a $3.5 million equipment financing package approved by Mayor Tyler and the Council back in 2015.