Broadmoor and Riverside were still having power issues this evening. SWEPCO tells the central office it has most of the main circuits back up in the parish and crews are currently checking each of the schools where problems were had today.
Due to the extremely dry conditions in certain Parishes within the state, State Fire Marshal, H. Butch Browning and, Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner, Mike Strain have issued a cease and desist order for all private burning, pursuant to authority under R.S. 40:1563. Private burning shall only be allowed by permission of the local fire department or local government.
Northwestern State University and Bossier Parish Community College will sign and reaffirm articulation agreements in six academic programs Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Chancellor’s Room on the BPCC campus in Bossier City.
Recently we featured this post, but just in case you missed it I wanted to re-post it. Especially once I realized who it was. You will probably know him too.
For me, I was flipping channels about a week ago and came upon "Countdown with Keith Olbermann" on Current TV and he was doing a segment of his show called "Time marches on," which caught my attention. In his segment he showed a Knoxville, Tennessee television reporter who looked extremely aggravated, so I turned up the volume and listened, as well as watched. To my disbelief, it was former KSLA-TV 12 newsman Gordon Boyd.
Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center will be closed on Mondays from September through February. The Center will be open on the following Mondays that are regularly scheduled 2011-12 Caddo and/or Bossier school holidays: September 5, October 17, November 21, December 19, December 26, January 2, January 16 and February 20.
State, local and federal agencies continue to respond to a fish kill in the Pearl River that originated near Bogalusa in Washington Parish. This fish kill was reported on Saturday and the slug of black water believed to have caused or contributed to the fish kills has moved south through St. Tammany Parish.
An out-of-control wildfire in the heart of town kept multiple fire agencies busy into late last evening. Shreveport Firefighters, with the help of at least five Caddo Fire Districts spent much of yesterday battling a wildfire that threatened homes and businesses in south-central Shreveport.
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