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  • Scam

    Bossier Sheriff’s Office Warns of Scam

    Posted Oct 14, 2022
    Detectives with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office are warning Bossier residents about another round of the same phone scams circulating in the parish.
  • Foresters and timber land owners viewed a video on land and wildlife management.

    Free Forestry Wildlife Field Day Held Friday

    Posted Oct 8, 2022
    A free Forestry Wildlife Field Day Friday at Red Oak Lake near Haughton gave forest landowners an opportunity to learn about forest health, managing forestland for wildlife, harvesting, and more.
  • Keep Bossier Beautiful

    Keep Bossier Beautiful (KBB) Grant

    Posted Oct 6, 2022
    Keep Bossier Beautiful (KBB) has been selected as a recipient of an Affiliate Program Grant from Keep Louisiana Beautiful, the state’s premier anti-litter and community improvement organization, according to Lynn Bryan, KBB's Executive Director.
  • South Bossier Fire

    Bossier Parish Fire District #2 Millage

    Posted Sep 29, 2022
    Bossier Parish Fire District #2 Chief Ryan Foster is hoping voters say yes on Tuesday, Nov. 8 to the department's request for a 3.5 mill tax, a millage that will go a long way toward bringing much-needed equipment up to date.
  • Trailblazers

    Free Forestry Wildlife Field Day

    Posted Sep 19, 2022
    A free Forestry Wildlife Field Day is scheduled for Friday, October 7 at Red Oak Lake, 1495 Potter Rd. near Haughton to give forest landowners an opportunity to meet foresters, and learn about forest health, managing forestland for wildlife, harvesting, and more.
  • Trailblazers

    Free Timber Workshop

    Posted Sep 19, 2022
    Timber expert Ricky Kilpatrick will share 10 timely tips to help timber producers navigate the current timber market and avoid potential problems during a free workshop scheduled Tuesday, Oct. 11 at the Bossier Parish Libraries History Center, 2206 Beckett Street in Bossier City.
  • Plain Dealing Mayor Shavonda Gay listens as state Sen. Robert Mills talks about good news for her town.

    State Senator Robert Mills Visits Plain Dealing

    Posted Sep 15, 2022
    State Senator Robert Mills discussed good news for Plain Dealing including possible state dollars to help improve community infrastructure, during a Thursday visit with town officials.
  • Comcast officials meet with the Bossier Parish Police Jury broadband study committee.

    Broadband Services Coming To Plain Dealing

    Posted Sep 15, 2022
    Plain Dealing residents will soon have broadband services available after a national company announced plans to extend fiber optic services to the north Bossier Parish community, thanks to a state grant.
  • 911 LIBERTY GARDEN

    Annual 9-11 Remembrance Ceremony

    Posted Sep 7, 2022
    Keep Bossier Beautiful and the city of Bossier City will present the annual 9-11 Remembrance Ceremony Sunday, September 11 at 9:00 a.m. in tribute to those who lost their life in the horrific terrorist attacks on the nation.
  • Launch

    Bossier Parish Receives Federal Grant for Parish Camp

    Posted Sep 3, 2022
    Bossier Parish is on the receiving end of a $700,000 federal grant from the U.S. Department of the Interior's Land Water Conservation Fund to improve and increase facilities at Parish Camp, located on the southern end of Lake Bistineau off Fairview Point Rd.
  • Cassidy

    U.S. Senator Dr. Bill Cassidy Visits Cyber Innovation Center

    Posted Aug 30, 2022
    U.S. Senator Dr. Bill Cassidy pointed to the accomplishments and future plans of the Cyber Innovation Center during a Tuesday morning meet-and-greet at the Bossier City facility.
  • LFMA

    Louisiana Flood Awareness Week

    Posted Aug 29, 2022
    Louisiana Floodplain Management Association is holding its first annual Louisiana Flood Awareness Week August 29 to September 2.
  • KBB

    Keep Bossier Beautiful "Dinner Under the Stars" Set for September 18

    Posted Aug 29, 2022
    What do gumbo, outdoor dining, and keeping our community clean all have in common? It’s all part of the inaugural “Dinner Under the Stars” event that will allow diners to savor A Taste of the East Bank. Most importantly, all will be supporting the vitally important mission of Keep Bossier Beautiful.
  • Bossier Camp

    Lake Bistineau Drawdown Continues

    Posted Aug 12, 2022
    Lake Bistineau water levels are beginning to show the effect of a drawdown scheduled by the Louisiana Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) which began in late July, but boating enthusiasts and sportsmen can still access the lake for recreation, hunting and fishing.
  • Burn Ban

    Burn Ban Lifted

    Posted Aug 11, 2022
    A parish-wide burn ban which was implemented July 14 has been lifted, effective immediately, according to an announcement by the fire chiefs in Bossier Parish.
  • Wildlife

    Free Fall Wildlife Food Plot Workshop

    Posted Aug 11, 2022
    A free Fall Wildlife Food Plot workshop will be offered on Tuesday, Aug. 30 at the Bossier Parish Libraries History Center in Bossier City to provide information on how to improve wildlife habitat by establishing or improving wildlife food plots.
  • Library

    New Library Construction Update: August 5, 2022

    Posted Aug 5, 2022
    Steel beams are going up on the new $10 million, 39,000-plus square foot Bossier Parish Library System central branch location and expanded history center at the corner of Beckett St. and City Hall Dr.
  • Trailbazor

    Free Logistics of Logging Workshop

    Posted Aug 2, 2022
    A free Logistics of Logging workshop will be offered on Tuesday, August 9 at the Bossier Parish Libraries History Center in Bossier City to help timber landowners navigate harvesting and marketing their timber.
  • Bossier Library

    Bossier Parish Library's Summer Experience

    Posted Jul 29, 2022
    Bossier Parish Library's Summer Experience programming is winding to a close, and two recent programs at the Central Branch featuring animal friends were very popular with younger patrons.
  • (from left) Bossier Parish Police Jury animal control officers Judy Stewart and Cody Hughes with Gregg Rang, who donates to the animals at the Benton shelter

    Donation to Benton Animal Control

    Posted Jul 26, 2022
    It's right at 1,000 miles from his 70-acre farm in Harvard, Illinois to Benton, but it's a trip Gregg Rang has made a half dozen times. And, if he has his way, it will be only the next of many more.