Kathie Rowell, The Shreveport Times

Kathie Rowell

The Shreveport Times

Shreveport, LA, United States

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Past articles by Kathie:

First Bossier members find hope among the ashes

After devastating fire, church members find unity during Christmas season. → Read More

WWII photos from collection of late Naval officer illustrate key moments in history

These photos took a winding path from the White House to Shreveport’s Broadmoor neighborhood to end up on display in Texas. → Read More

Louisiana man takes on labor of love to repair one of north Louisiana's oldest homes

After a year of renovations, 32-year-old biologist brings derelict Shadow House back to life. → Read More

Shadow House restoration reconnects Virginia woman with her roots

After learning the home of her fourth great parents was being renovated, Sheryl Sims reached out to the new owner to discover more about her family's past. → Read More

Safety Town celebrates 10 years of safety education

Since opening in December 2008, 58,000 second-graders and 126,000 total visitors have had the opportunity to learn how to protect themselves. → Read More

New generations experience Southern favorites at Orlandeaux's Cafe

Sons of late Orlando Chapman open restaurant carrying on traditions and celebrated menu of prior generations. → Read More

SIP, UNLIMITED, the 'Christmas in the Sky' for wine & food

The food, wine, beer and entertainment experience showcases Northwest Louisiana restaurants and wines from around the world. → Read More

Residents of all ages connect with wildlife at Blanchard nature park

Walter B. Jacobs Memorial Nature Park is a 160-acre park containing five miles of nature trails and a visitor center with wildlife and nature displays. → Read More

Summer reading and so much more at Shreve libraries

Not just summer reading anymore. Now add biscuit baking, art, music and more. → Read More

A difficult road to motherhood, well rewarded for Mother's Day

Catie Plaxco had trouble getting pregnant initially. Now for Mother's Day 2018, she is celebrating the recent birth of her second son. → Read More

92-year-old Shreveport painter at helm of tribe of artisans

A nationally known artist with a career spanning seven decades opens her home studio every Monday to fellow artists. → Read More

Louisiana has rooting interests in Oscar race

Both 'Mudbound' and 'Logan' are up for big awards Sunday, and their ties to Louisiana are latest in award-winning history. → Read More

3 young leaders making an impact on Shreveport

And they're encouraging other young professionals to roll up their sleeves. → Read More

Shreveport churches travel great lengths to spread God's Word

Projects range from establishing medical or veterinary clinics to aiding in setting up new churches. → Read More

Urban line dance to a healthier you

SPAR classes offering fun, social method to burn calories. → Read More

Cane syrup, hog roasts & other Louisiana Thanksgiving traditions

Family traditions, whether simple or complex, are important to Louisianians, even when they become relegated to memory. → Read More

New generation of collectors strengthening SBC arts scene

New opportunities to experience art aiding in growth of younger local collectors. → Read More

Why more Shreveporters are collecting local art

Shreveport Regional Arts Council Executive Director Pam Atchison explains about the upsurge in local art collectors. → Read More

Tragic drowning inspires YMCA to offer water safety program

A one-year $86,000 Community Foundation grant has paved the way for Swim for Life to start this fall. → Read More

Changing your life starts with a first step

Three locals who could inspire you to take first step on new adventure. → Read More