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April 24 02:57 AM
Baird has been a Caddo Sheriff’s deputy for 20 years. He has served in Corrections, Patrol, Narcotics, and Crime Scene Investigations. He also was on the Emergency Response Team at Caddo Correctional Center and served 10 years on the Special Response Team.
April 20 02:50 PM
 Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator will promote three deputies during a 9 a.m. ceremony tomorrow, April 21, at the Sheriff’s Re-Entry Facility, 1121 Forum Drive. Gary Baird will be promoted to l
April 17 02:38 AM
The Shreveport Police Department invites the public to join them for their Open House Career Day. The open house will be held at the Shreveport Regional Fire and Police Training Academy located at 6440 Greenwood Road on April 18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..
April 17 02:38 AM
The City received a Draft Environmental Assessment of the bridge and opened the public process this week to allow citizens time for inspection, review and comments..
April 17 02:38 AM
During the three-day event, more than 70 of the world’s best flyboarders will compete for $30,000 in cash prizes. This will be the second FlyBoard Championship to be held in North America and the first ever held in the United States. Previous championships have been held in Toronto, Dubai and Qatar.
April 10 04:58 AM
Because the area will soon serve as an urban “green space,” the area has been painted green to give visitors an idea of what the site might look like when grass and vegetation are introduced into what will be called Caddo Common. SRAC personnel refer to it as a “Green Print,” or a green “blueprint.
April 03 01:21 AM
“These buses will allow Spor- Tran to continue our 2011 goal of increasing our use of clean fuels and becoming a more greenfriendly, energy-efficient transit system,” said Dinero Washington, director of SporTran..
April 03 01:21 AM
Shreveport City Councilwoman Stephanie Lynch will host a Community Town Hall Meeting, Monday, April 6, at 6 p.m. at Airport Park, 6500 Kennedy Drive in Shreveport to provide information and receive comments on the crime, streets, trash, litter, loud music, animal control, overgrown lots, dilapidated houses, drainage and sewer.
April 03 01:21 AM
“I know about budgeting, I know about volunteers. … I’ve been on boards, like the YWCA. I’ve run the Caddo-Bossier Domestic Violence Task Force for about five years. I just stepped down from that so I could work on the legislative committee,” she said..

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