Liz Swaine, executive director of the Downtown Development Authority, said, “In 1923, the beautiful former Feibelman’s and Sears building and the two buildings adjacent to us were showplaces in downtown Shreveport featuring one-of-a-kind amenities.
Graduation for the Caddo Sheriff’s Office Auxiliary Deputy Program will be at 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 15, at Sheriff’s Safety Town, 8910 Jewella Ave. Graduates are Kristina Kay Andrews, Linda Sue Effinger, Elizabeth F. Harris, Rickey R. Horton Sr., Kimberly Diana Hay, Larry Johnson and Cheryl Sue Stills.
“It’s about bringing awareness about HIV and AIDS to the world,” said Robert Darrow, executive director emeritus of the Philadelphia Center and a long-term HIV survivor. “It’s certainly a pandemic and not an epidemic. It’s a time to reflect on those we’ve lost and on the future.
As we move into the holiday season, historically Shreveport has seen increases in some categories of crime, including armed robberies. While the total number of robberies reported through the end of October is slightly up from last year, business robberies are down 45 percent when compared to the same time period in 2013.
Allen P. Ebarb, Matthew C. Frizzell, Matthew D. Henry, Michael M. Hirsch, Alisha B. House, David K. Lowery, Jasmine K. McCraney, Gavin J. Mitchell, Rickey T. Smith, Tyler A. Spikes, Justin S. Sundquist, Jacinda M. White, and Adrienna D. Widlund, Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office;.
The Council voted 4-3 against the resolution, with Jeff Everson, Rose Wilson McCulloch and Ron Webb supporting the measure. Although members of the public urged the council to pass the Mayor’s $76 million plan, it failed without discussion from councilmembers.
Bradford said, “I’ve asked everybody that I think I can ask, what was he referring to? There’s no evidence that I know of that he could refer to that would substantiate his allegations. What did I do to be negative? What attacks did I levy on him? I have no idea what he’s talking about.
David Aubrey, regional director for AT&T, said, “We’ve supported numerous organizations thus far in 2014. … Today, AT&T is here because we want to give back even more. There is an organization doing extraordinary work for an endeavor that needs extraordinary individuals like Mayor Glover.
Initially, his law enforcement background will be questioned by many rank and file at the Shreveport Police Department (SPD). Reportedly, his service as public information officer and then head of the SPD Crime Stoppers program did not entail any supervisory or investigative activities.
One million dollars down the drain to pay for a special session of the Louisiana legislature. And all for naught. The governor is hollering that the financial sky is falling and the state is in dire fiscal straights. Legislators protest that their hands are tied by too many constitutional dedications.
It was much to my amazement that literally hundreds of Ukrainian girls were actually interested in me. Throughout each day, I would receive e-mails from the agency, with each e-mail sending a message from a woman interested in dating me.