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September 22 06:31 AM
Employees recognized for their years of service were Earl Hawthorn, John Anderson, Eirc Greene, John Kay, BreAnna Lee, Lyishstron Pringle, Joseph Williams and Lauren Feazel, five years; Carmen Atkins, Patsy Alban, Pamiko Pineset, Felicia Harris, Joseph Kay, James Moore, Henry Whitehorn Jr.
September 22 06:31 AM
Shreve Memorial Library’s Teen Services will host a moderated panel discussion, “Banned Books Week: Celebrating Our Right to read,” on Thursday, Sept. 28, at 5:30 p.m. at the Main Branch. Patrons will also be encouraged to celebrate the right to read by participating in the Rebel Reader competition on Twitter.
September 22 06:31 AM
What began more than four decades ago as a Bicentennial present to the community by the Junior League of Shreveport has grown into one of the largest outdoor arts festival in the South and one of the Top 100 arts festivals in the country: the Red River Revel.
September 22 06:31 AM
He said the group was approached last year by the people who run Faith Farms to do a haunted house event. “So we’re doing a corn maze, a haunted house, a hay ride …” Because it was not a Gas Light show, the group left its name off of last year’s event.
September 15 06:32 AM
For 10 years, Remington College Shreveport Campus has been preparing students for entry-level jobs in specific industries. The instructors on this campus are not just teachers in the classroom; each of them has offer real world experience working in the respective fields they teach.
September 15 06:32 AM
The Caddo Sheriff's Office is looking for the owner of this horse picked up by the stock patrol on Sept. 2 in the 3100 block of Montana in Shreveport. If you can help identify the owner, please contact the CPSO Livestock Patrol at 681-1120..
September 08 06:30 AM
Shreve Memorial Library Atkins Branch, 3704 Greenwood Road, is hosting a program to show you safer choices when handling fresh produce. The program will be held from 4-5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 13, at the branch in the meeting room. The program is free and open to the public.
August 11 06:58 AM
The development team at Centenary found new ways to reach donors during the past year and also build on the excitement surrounding the arrival of Centenary’s 31st president, Dr. Christopher Holoman.

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