• Storm Damanage

    Reporting Storm Damage

    Posted Jun 20, 2023
    Louisiana residents hoping for some relief after storm damage received during the period June 14 through June 16 should utilize Damage.LA.Gov to report that damage.
  • Bossier Parish

    June 19, 2023: Storm Damage Cleanup Information

    Posted Jun 19, 2023
    Severe storms over the past few days have caused massive tree damage and power outages in Bossier Parish, and Police Jury highway department crews continue to clear debris along roadways in the northern and southern areas of the parish.
  • Storm

    Storm Damage

    Posted Jun 15, 2023
    A line of severe thunderstorms roared through north Bossier Parish Wednesday leaving downed trees and power lines in its wake, and causing damage to private property in some areas. No injuries were reported.
  • Fireworks

    July 4th KTBS Freedom Fest

    Posted Jun 13, 2023
    South Bossier Parish will again play host to the annual KTBS Freedom Fest celebrating God and country, a massive Fourth of July fireworks display that has become a northwest Louisiana staple for family entertainment.
  • Bossier Parish

    Resumes for Cypress-Black Bayou Recreation and Water Conservation District Board of Commissioners Being Sought

    Posted Jun 6, 2023
    Resumes are currently being accepted for the Cypress-Black Bayou Recreation and Water Conservation District Board of Commissioners, a position which will be appointed by the Bossier Parish Police Jury.
  • Job Fair

    Job Fair: May 23

    Posted May 17, 2023
    Looking for a career, or even a career change? If so, Bossier Parish Library's East 80 branch, 1050 Bellevue Rd. in Haughton will be the place to be.
  • KTBS

    Fourth of July Planning Session

    Posted May 17, 2023
    Planning sessions are wrapping up for the annual KTBS Freedom Fest celebrating God and country, a massive Fourth of July fireworks display that will be held for the second year at South Bossier Park on the facility's 100 acres located off Caplis Sligo Rd.
  • Flooding

    Bossier Parish Flooding

    Posted May 12, 2023
    A line of thunderstorms packing heavy rains began moving through Bossier Parish early Thursday bringing high waters to several neighborhoods and potential flooding of some parish roads in low-lying areas.
  • Duckwater

    Swan Lake Road Development Continues

    Posted May 10, 2023
    Residential and commercial development in Bossier Parish continues at a rapid pace, and areas where infrastructure improvements are occurring are ripe for new construction.
  • One of the projects on the drawing board is extension of the Arthur Ray Teague Parkway from the 90-degree curve, near Parkway High School, south to the intersection of LA Hwy. 527 and U.S. 71 at Taylortown.

    Capital Outlay Projects

    Posted May 8, 2023
    Bossier Parish has big projects in mind for the next fiscal year and it's going to take some help from the area's legislative delegation to move up the ladder of the state's capital outlay list to get them done.
  • Pond

    The Trailblazer Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) Pond Planning Seminar

    Posted Apr 22, 2023
    The Trailblazer Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) Pond Planning seminar was a success.
  • Keep Bossier Beautiful

    Love the Boot Week

    Posted Apr 17, 2023
    In celebration of Love the Boot Week, a statewide effort to clean up and beautify Louisiana, Keep Bossier Beautiful volunteers and partners will be hard at work with the below listed projects, according to KBB Executive Director Lynn Bryan.
  • Trailblazer

    Free Farm Pond Construction and Management Workshop

    Posted Apr 12, 2023
    A free Farm Pond Construction and Management workshop will be offered Friday, April 21 at Red Oak Lake, 1495 Potter Road, near Haughton.
  • Sweeney

    Felesha Sweeney Named Bossier Parish Director of Libraries

    Posted Mar 6, 2023
    Felesha Sweeney, who has served for eight years as assistant branch manager at the Haughton library, has been named to lead the parish system as Bossier Parish Director of Libraries.
  • Birds

    Free Birds of Louisiana Workshop

    Posted Feb 21, 2023
    A free Birds of Louisiana workshop will be offered Tuesday, March 14 at the Bossier Parish Libraries History Center in Bossier City featuring wildlife biologist and author David Moreland.
  • Bellvue

    Water Systems Update

    Posted Dec 28, 2022
    Christmas holidays turned into overtime working days for Bossier Parish Police Jury workers and parish contractors as frigid temperatures wreaked havoc on water systems in the area.
  • Cold Front

    Cold Front Expected

    Posted Dec 19, 2022
    National Weather Service is predicting the coldest air of the season will be move into the four-state region on Thursday and remain anchored through the upcoming holiday weekend. Actions should be taken this week in preparation for bitterly cold arctic air, forecasters say.
  • Firestation

    South Bossier Fire District #2 Millage Passes

    Posted Nov 12, 2022
    Voters in South Bossier Fire District #2 have said yes to a 3.5-mill tax increase dedicated to upgrading equipment and meeting needs of a department tasked to provide protection for roughly 7,000 residents in the rural area.
  • Library Drive

    Library to Hold Holiday Drives

    Posted Nov 8, 2022
    ´╗┐Looking for a worthy cause to support during the holiday season? Stop by any branch of your Bossier Parish Library system and find three opportunities to help during the library system's Give For Good campaign.
  • CIC

    CYBER.ORG Range Ribbon Cutting

    Posted Nov 7, 2022
    Governor John Bel Edwards Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Director Jen Easterly announced the launch of the Louisiana-funded CYBER.ORG Range during a press conference and ribbon cutting at the Cyber Innovation Center in Bossier City Monday.