Nobel Prize season is upon us. Already, the world has feted recipients in physics, chemistry, literature, economics, medicine and peace.
Columns & Opinions
When death comes …
A dying public school system.
A dying city.
A dying community.
A dying people.
A dying place of worship.
When political endorsements from high-profiled offcials are made for a particular candidate, I tend to call these “high-profile” endorsements. There’s nothing wrong with that, I guess;
Mark it down.
Nov. 3 will be a long, long day for local political candidates.
I do not drink coffee. I have never acquired a taste for it. I was the youngest of four grandchildren, all girls. My grandfather gave us all coffee one summer.
What is a lemon?
That is the way I started my week. Well, at least that’s when my week got interesting. See, Monday was pretty slow. I didn’t have much to do, work-wise.
SHREVEPORT, LA – Shreve Memorial Library virtual programming is getting a little spooky this October. Just in time for Halloween, Shreve Memorial Library and paranormal investigator, Dustin Pari, will host Halloween: A Haunted History on Friday, October 16. The interactive, virtual lecture will be held via Zoom, and registration is required to attend.
The next meeting of the Shreveport City Council on Tuesday, Oct. 13, could have a blockbuster agenda.
For over five years many of my colleagues and I have agonized over the presence of blighted properties in our neighborhoods. During the campaign for City Council District G in 2014, blighted properties were a key concern in the district. They still are!
Nov. 3, 2020