Tuesday, April 24, 2018

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NLEP announces $4m transportation services center for Haughton

Amanda Simmons, amanda@bossierpress.com A $4 million, state-of-the-art transportation services center is coming to Haughton. Duckwater Services, along with its tenants, Miller Maintenance Services and Frac-N-Vac Tanks, will...

LSUS statistician says the Shreveport-Bossier economy is rebounding

The Bossier Chamber of Commerce’s State of Bossier Address Thursday featured an update on the economy of Bossier. The event, hosted at the Hilton Garden...

House GOP rallying votes to pass budget with no help from...

BATON ROUGE — Louisiana House Republican leaders are trying to rally enough votes to pass a budget for next year that contains steep cuts...

New agreement, tax reform sees lower bills for Entergy customers in...

BATON ROUGE – Entergy Louisiana customers will see a series of rate reductions over the remainder of 2018 under an agreement approved today by...

LSU officials lobby state legislators for more stability

By Kaylee Poche and Devon Sanders, LSU Manship School News Service BATON ROUGE — Louisiana State University leaders picked a good moment to celebrate their...

Louisiana bankers see economy growing due to federal tax reform

The Louisiana Bankers Association recently conducted a survey of Louisiana bankers that shows they are overwhelmingly positive about the economic impact of the federal...

Origin Bank names Kim Bailey and Cole Lollar senior VPs of...

Origin Bank has announced that Kim Bailey and Cole Lollar have joined the bank as senior vice presidents of commercial lending with the Shreveport...

Former Chesapeake exec Paul Pratt launches new lobbying firm

Former Chesapeake Executive Paul Pratt has launched the full-service lobbying firm, Pratt & Associates and has acquired Gateway Development Consortium’s(GDC) billion-dollar Cross Bayou Point...

State budget may be considered this week

David Specht, dspecht@bossierpress.com BATON ROUGE — Louisiana lawmakers are back at work with a week of potentially contentious bills, including the state budget with $650 million...

Community College Chancellor tells community leaders he is proud of collaboration

Caleb Daniel, caleb@press-herald.com Rick Bateman, chancellor of Bossier Parish Community College, visited the Minden Lunch Bunch Friday, updating attendees on new developments and collaborative efforts...
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