Catholic faithful can hope that the Diocese of Shreveport’s new bishop can fill the big shoes of its last shepherd. Last week, the Vatican formally announced Pope Francis’ selection to
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How will Gannet’s new media merger affect The Shreveport Times? When transferred to Barksdale Air Force Base in January 1977, I knew NO ONE in the river cities. In an
Want to know how to sabotage your own bond proposition in three easy steps? Just ask Democrat Shreveport Mayor Adrian Perkins, who showed us how to do it last week.
The election is over, and the nastiness can be put behind us. Make no mistake about it, it was nasty. Despite all of the angst between the combatants, Gov. Edwards
Thanksgiving Day 2019 … always a wonderful day for all Americans! The land of the free and home of the brave, a longtime slogan for this great nation of ours.
To Shreveport I am impressed with and respect those involved in the Cross Bayou proposal. I appreciate the energy and creativity it brings to the table. However, I think the
Cowboys use huge day from Dak Precott, beat Lions in Detroit 35-27 The Cowboys talent was on full display Sunday versus the Lions. MVP candidate Dak Prescott shined again with
President Trump has visited North Louisiana twice in a week. On Nov. 6, he was at the Monroe Civic Center speaking to a packed house. The last president to visit
If you are reading this column, then you know first-hand that much has changed with The Inquisitor in the last few weeks. Hopefully, you consider this changes to be positive!