Amid the constant fluidity of the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic the sports world took a collective leap and pressed pause. The first domino fell when Utah Jazz Center Rudy Gobert tested positive, that same day the NBA halted their season. Shortly thereafter NHL, all NCAA sports, MLB, PGA, NASCAR and the NFL all decided that it was best for their league to step away and do the safest thing. Stop.
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Nice try, but the politics are such that it ain’t going to happen.
No one knew what the outcome would be. No one knew if the voice of the residents of Cooper Road would be heard. Nevertheless, all knew the Ordinance for rezoning was up for vote.
Watch your mail for the information concerning the U.S. Census it usually arrives about the middle of March. Every time the Census is taken, the importance is greater for the rural business of agriculture and small towns. I know that some folks do not want to share any personal information but so much rides in the rural areas on the population and the use of our lands. Our part of Louisiana has a lot to gain from accurate census numbers and all need to be counted. Benefits come in three main areas; government funding, political representation and statistics for economic growth. The Census Bureau says that census data determines
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LACK OF CIVILITY AT COUNCIL MEETINGS BECOMING A MAYORAL CONCERN
We call ’em as we see ’em at 30- Second Read. We’re calling this one a sacrilege.
You don’t need to have a circus visit Bossier City. There’s one permanently in residence at City Hall.
In 2019, Forbes Magazine looked at 1,990 cities across the United States. They ranked them by levels of income inequality. The top 10 consisted of seven cities across the South with Shreveport placing eighth overall and 17th in the acceleration of income inequality over the past decade.