Seth Dickerson, The Shreveport Times

Seth Dickerson

The Shreveport Times

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Past articles by Seth:

Feral cats creating havoc in Shreveport

In response to overpopulation, residents ask Maryland nonprofit to educate locals on how to curb problem. → Read More

Art and chemistry mix in Blanchard resident's vibrant artwork

Bright acrylic pigments meld with dark colors and solvents in an artistic chemistry. → Read More

WAM artist Jennifer Hendry talks about her work

Jennifer Hendry, who will be featured this month at Bossier Arts Council's Wine, Art, and Music, explains her inspiration and work. → Read More

El Compadre manager in 'serious condition'; no suspects in shooting

The manager of the restaurant on East Kings Highway remains hospitalized in "very serious" condition after an operation to remove a lung. → Read More

Historic civil rights landmark is crumbling

Martin Luther King Jr. spoke twice at the Old Galilee Baptist Church in Shreveport. Now the church is crumbling, and efforts to resurrect it face uncertain future. → Read More

Get 'er Done: roof collapsed for decade an eyesore for downtown Shreveport

A weekly feature of The Times to help you get action from local governments and others. → Read More

Fairfield Building to get makeover, new life

Real estate group plans to transform the 100,000-plus square feet of floor space into a mixed-use development. → Read More

New downtown living space to open soon

The first phase of a plan to transform a pair of buildings on the corner of Marshall and Cotton streets into living and restaurant space is nearing completion, according to the property owner. → Read More

We Olive owners choose Shreveport for artisan business

Virginia and Kevin Calhoun considered opening their business in Oklahoma City and Denver before deciding to return home to Shreveport. → Read More

Unknown changes coming to Schumpert's St. Mary Place hospital

The owner of the long-time hospital, vacant for nearly four years, says it has donated the property to a non-profit, about which little is known. → Read More

Business owners feel impact of prolonged construction on Kings, Youree intersection

Nader's Gallery owner Margaret Nader-Love talks about the impact of a DOTD project outside her business. → Read More

Shreveport artist comes home with upcoming exhibit

Artist to showcase his abstract expressionist art at Norsworthy Gallery. → Read More

Manufacturing company bringing 60 more jobs to Bossier City

A Texas-based steel manufacturing company is investing $1.6 million to create 50 jobs at its production facility in Bossier City. → Read More

Entrepreneurs converge on Shreveport seeking $50,000

The Louisiana Startup Prize returns to Shreveport for events this weekend. → Read More

Shreveport-Charlotte route could drive down ticket prices

A $200,000 investment in marketing American Airline's new Charlotte route at The Shreveport Regional Airport could pay off major dividends for the region as well as drive down ticket prices for eastbound flights, officials with the airport say. → Read More

Johnson discusses climate change, health care during Shreveport town hall

U.S. Rep. Mike Johnson, R-Bossier City, returned to his hometown of Shreveport to hold a town hall Wednesday, where he answered questions on issues such as the American Health Care Act and climate change. → Read More

BBQ joint to move into former Blue Southern Comfort building

Shreveport barbecue restaurant Real BBQ and More is movin' on up. → Read More

Mike Johnson to host town hall Wednesday in Shreveport

His last town hall meeting, in Bossier City, drew 300 people. → Read More

Shreveport company tied to fatal helicopter crash in Delaware

Multiple witnesses said the light-industrial buildings that line Quigley Boulevard shook as the helicopter flew overhead, drawing confusion from employees who then heard an explosion. → Read More

Shreveport Aquarium to highlight local wildlife, waterways in new video series

The Shreveport Aquarium is looking to raise awareness of northwest Louisiana's waterways through a YouTube video series. → Read More