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The Shreveport Times

Shreveport, LA, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

March Jobs Report: 7 companies hiring in Shreveport-Bossier

A variety of job openings can be found throughout Shreveport-Bossier City, in industries from healthcare to engineering. → Read More

Bossier Parish deputy struck by vehicle still on the mend

A check was presented to Deputy Daniel Golden on Thursday for the money raised Feb. 19 at all five Bossier Parish Sonics. → Read More

Bossier City looks to establish rules for street performers

Bossier City is looking at establishing new regulations for street performers. → Read More

Perkins announces plans for Shreveport medical corridor

Shreveport Mayor Adrian Perkins announced on Monday the creation of the Shreveport Healthcare and Development Corridor board. → Read More

Weekly outdoor market to launch in downtown Bossier

A weekly outdoor market is officially coming to downtown Bossier City — now known as the East Bank District — in early March. → Read More

Shed Road construction to continue into March

The final days of construction on Shed Road, a connection between two major Bossier City thoroughfares, are expected to linger into March. → Read More

More funding approved as Bossier parkway construction nears

An ordinance appropriating almost $1 million in supplemental funding for Phase 1 construction of the Walter O. Bigby Carriageway passed on Tuesday. → Read More

Bossier's best: Business winners discuss success, future goals

Each year, the Bossier Chamber of Commerce honors the top business and community leaders in Bossier Parish. → Read More

Fundraiser set for Bossier deputy hit by vehicle last month

A fundraiser will be held at Sonic locations in Bossier next week for the police officer who was struck by a vehicle during traffic detail last month. → Read More

Bossier Parish crime decreases slightly in 2018

Total crime declined in Bossier Parish in 2018, the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office announced this week. → Read More

Bossier looks to widen Swan Lake Road underpass for church campus

Bossier City wants to spend $1.5 million widening a Swan Lake underpass as it anticipates increased traffic from a new church campus. → Read More

Status conference set for teenagers accused in airman death

A status conference is scheduled in Bossier District Court on Tuesday for two teenagers accused in the September 2018 death of Tech. Sgt. Joshua Kidd. → Read More

Procedure provides option for local patients who can't have heart surgery

Less than 10 years ago, options were limited for some patients suffering from the heart condition of severe aortic stenosis. → Read More

Blood drive honors Bossier native killed in line of duty

Bossier City native Scott Pine was 31 years old when he decided to change the direction of his life and become a police officer. → Read More

Contractor selected for long-awaited Barksdale I-20/I-220 interchange

A contractor has been selected for the long-awaited I-20/I-220 interchange improvement project that will allow for a new entrance into Barksdale AFB. → Read More

Latest Bossier City water samples test negative for brain-eating amoeba, DNA

Water samples collected from the City of Bossier City water system on Jan. 23 tested negative for both active Naegleria fowleri amoeba and its DNA. → Read More

Barksdale air show to return in May

The popular air show, which was not held in 2018, will take place May 18-19. → Read More

February Jobs Report: 7 companies hiring in Shreveport-Bossier

A variety of job openings can be found throughout Shreveport-Bossier City, in industries ranging from aviation to information technology to events. → Read More

Bossier Schools superintendent hospitalized

Bossier Schools Superintendent Scott Smith was hospitalized overnight, according to an emailed statement. → Read More

Shreveport dog 'predicts' six more weeks of winter

The Glen held its second annual “Ground-Dog” Day on Friday, Feb. 1, with a therapy dog "predicting" more winter. → Read More