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June 16 12:00 AM
“The sheriff’s office got involved with the Boy Scouts because — well, there’s a long history,” Sheriff Steve Prator, himself a former Eagle Scout, said. “Because these young men will learn about scouting and being in nature and things like that.
Bossier News
June 09 12:00 AM
The banner atop the big blue building along Highway 173 in Blanchard, La., says it all: “Let’s Talk Trash!” When Brian Anderson tried to start trash collection at one of his rental properties, “it took us five days,” he said. “The first day was trying to find a telephone number, and the other four days was trying to get them to call us back.
Caddo News
June 09 12:00 AM
Asked how it feels to be running the new restaurant, General Manager Jose Cavazos said, “It feels awesome. I’m so glad and privileged that they pay me to do this, and I’m excited about the things that are going to happen in our community here. We’re excited, pumped up, ready to serve the community.
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June 02 12:00 AM
Shreveport’s biggest farmers’ market will once again set up shop in downtown’s Festival Plaza beginning Saturday, June 3, and continuing weekly through Aug. 26 from 7 a.m. until noon. The only date the market will not take place will be June 17, when the plaza will be occupied by the Let the Good Times Roll Festival.
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May 26 12:00 AM
You say you want to cook some hamburgers and hot dogs for a family reunion, but your puny oil-drum grill isn’t quite up to the task? Or perhaps you want to hold a barbecue for a fund-raiser for a noble cause and need something big enough to cook enough food for all those hungry people.

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