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Room to grow at Port with new warehouse

By Stacey Tinsley, BIZ. Magazine The Port of Caddo-Bossier celebrated the opening of its new warehouse with a special ribbon cutting on June 30. The Port...

New events will create ‘substantial economic impact’

By Stacey Tinsley, BIZ. Magazine Northwest Louisiana’s tourism industry got a huge boost June 29 with the announcement of national events bringing a multi-million-dollar impact...

Leaderboard: Frierson a Gates Scholar, HMV announces partnerships, new hire at NSU and Argent...

Biotechnology Magnet Academy student DeMarcell Frierson named Gates Scholar Biotechnology Magnet Academy at Southwood High School senior DeMarcell Frierson has been named a 2022 Gates...

Leaderboard: First cohort of bankers attend LA Tech School of Banking

Forty-seven bankers from across Louisiana and Mississippi attended the first Louisiana Tech University School of Banking, June 6-10, in Ruston. Presented by the College of...

BRF opens state-of-the-art molecular imaging center

BRF's new Center for Molecular Imaging and Therapy (CMIT) will grow its catalog of novel radiopharmaceuticals to include applications in cardiovascular disease, prostate cancer,...

The Port welcomes new tenant with groundbreaking

Ground was broken for The Port of Caddo-Bossier’s newest tenant, Sunny Point Aggregates, on Wednesday, May 11 in Shreveport. The company is building a new...

Bossier Chamber launches new Military Community Champion Initiative

The Bossier Chamber of Commerce held a news conference on Tuesday, May 17 to announce its new Military Community Champion program. “Our region has long...

Police Jury joins public bodies in Jimmie Davis Bridge maintenance

Bossier Parish agreed in mid-May to join three other local public bodies to help keep the old Jimmie Davis bridge clean once the structure...

Manufacturing apprenticeship program to launch in fall

T he NWLA FAME chapter is made up of six local manufacturers, Bossier Parish Community College (BPCC) and NLEP. Paul Spivey, Assistant Dean of Technology, Engineering,...

Forecast says Louisiana’s job growth to be less than expected

Federal efforts to slow inflation are taking a toll on Louisiana’s economy, with job growth now projected to be much less than previously anticipated...