Monday, January 22, 2018

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Shreveport mayor releases 2018 Roadway Improvement Plan

Mayor Ollie Tyler has released her 2018 Roadway Improvement Plan which includes 82 new street projects. This $7.1 million plan will produce street improvements in...

Louisiana lawmakers urge Senate to sign legislation that would avoid government...

Washington, D.C. –  Last night, the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation to continue funding the federal government, maintain critical military operations and provide a long-term reauthorization...

Military’s economic impact in Louisiana totals $7.7 Billion

BATON ROUGE - Military-related spending in Louisiana accounts for $7.7 billion in annual economic output – a significant impact affecting every region of the...

Reynolds: Drastic cuts being proposed to state budget

By David Specht, dspecht@press-herald.com Gov. John Bel Edwards will present his budget to a joint session of the legislature Monday, and State Rep. Gene Reynolds, D-Minden,...

CSRA hosting a job fair this weekend

CRSA is hosting a job fair Saturday, Jan. 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at its Integrated Technology Center, 6310 E. Texas St.,...

CHRISTUS celebrates new hospital in Bossier

CHRISTUS Shreveport-Bossier Health System today gave people a sneak peek at a new health care facility in Bossier, a “micro-hospital” which is the first...

Governor: Lack of urgency from the House on fiscal cliff

But he’s hopeful enough lawmakers will be on board with tax proposals to have the special session before the March start of the...

Shreveport-based advertising agency expands to Baton Rouge

Romph & Pou Agency, one of the largest advertising agencies in Louisiana, has opened an office in Baton Rouge.  The office is located at...

I-20 Top 20 to highlight regional economic, business development

An array of economic and business development activities from across north Louisiana’s I-20 corridor will be on display at the I-20 Top 20 regional...

Locals speak to state board about modernizing gaming laws

Local economic officials are encouraging the state’s gaming task force to embrace changes in gaming laws — like allowing riverboat casinos to move onto...
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