What can Shreveport do to foster economic recovery while we waif for I-49 to be completed in 2038 at the earliest?
Columns & Opinions
Law enforcement, communities deserve respect
“Never let your best friends get lonely; keep disturbing them.” — Unknown
Many applauds to the civic-minded individuals, both young and seasoned, who have seen the need to take to the streets and air waves to demonstrate against perceived injustices in our society. And, make no mistake, injustices have occurred.
Tuesday, June 2, Dr. T. Lamar Goree, Superintendent of the Caddo Parish public school system, recommended to members of the Caddo Parish School Board approval of the 2020-21 Proposed Caddo Parish School Board Budget. First thought was, why the rush? Why rush the approval when the 2020-21 Caddo Parish School Board Budget has a deadline date of June 30, but there wasn’t a rush, or was there?
I wrote a couple of sentences recently that I now recall.
LSU to play Grambling and Southern in football in firstever matchups
Superior Bar & Grill has again requested the rezoning of three vacant residential lots on the northeast c
I walked into the Government Plaza with much expectation. Expectation that said the continuance of what had been would be no more. Work sesssion halted. But such would not be. Why?
By the time this is printed many of the questions/concerns stated here may already have been addressed. Mayor Adrian Perkins' Commission on Racial and Cultural Diversity really does appear to be "knee jerk," reactionary politics (to a national tragedy). The formation of such a group in Shreveport as well as the members of said group continues a "somewhat" trend of the mayor's tendency to remain in a comfort zone in/with his appointments. Shall we consider?: