We have all probably made a bet with someone daring them to eat something, go talk to that someone you are intimidated by or wear something embarrassing. Sometimes a bet is silly, sometimes it can be motivating, and sometimes it can be dangerous. Bets are usually better than dares and challenges because at the end of a completed bet, you win something. Most of the time it is all in good fun between friends, pals and co-workers, and they usually do not make the news or get you in serious trouble.
Starting today (Friday, July 3) Caddo Sheriff sale notices will be published in The Inquisitor.
Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington made it official Tuesday as he was administered the oath of office as sheriff of Bossier Parish by the Honorable Judge Jeff Cox, Louisiana Court of Appeal for the Second Circuit, at the Viking Drive Substation Tuesday morning.
A man who used electricity from another residence was arrested Saturday for theft.
Customers of the Sligo water system will begin paying their water/sewage bill to that system in July following an agreement between the water system and the Bossier Parish Police Jury.
Citizens who have witnessed city council meetings since January of 2019 — either in person or by streaming — have been subject to a non-productive trend that has been exacerbated by the COVID pandemic.
A man who made a splash last week by taking a quick dip in the indoor aquarium at Bass Pro Shop in Bossier City is now drying out behind bars.
Reigning Louisiana Elementary Principal of the Year Lisa Burns is taking it to the next level. The W.T. Lewis Elementary principal has been selected to represent the state in the 2020 National Distinguished Principals program and will be inducted among its 2020 class at an October awards banquet in Washington, D.C.
BATON ROUGE. La. — As another fireworks sales season begins, the State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFM) wants to encourage all Louisiana residents to not only be safe when using fireworks, but knowledgeable when buying them and prepared if considering attending a public fireworks display during this pandemic.
No, not another tax. A change in the way we tax property.