CEASELESS BAD FAITH: Caddo Commission Plan to Raise, Extend Taxes
Sunday, February 19, 2017 ... 10:55 A.M. .....
If nothing else, the Caddo Parish Commission is consistent in its abuse of taxpayers.
Now, without public debate, the Commission has conjured a way to raise our property taxes AND perpetuate them … defeating
SHREVEPORT CITY COUNCIL REJECTS TIM LARKIN "BAIL-OUT" TRY
Tuesday, February 14, 2017 ... 11:31 P.M. .....
In a 4-1 vote late today, the City Council rejected what may have become an effective bail-out of Shreveport residential developer - and Bossier City Councilman - Tim Larkin.
I detailed Larkin's attempt in
WILL SHREVEPORT CITY COUNCIL BAIL-OUT DEVELOPER TIM LARKIN?
February 5, 2017 … 5.55 P.M.
When the Shreveport City Council meets on February 14th, it may very well approve a taxpayer-funded bail-out for Tim Larkin, the man behind Southeast Shreveport’s ritzy Esplanade subdivision.
Larkin knows a thing or a thousand about
STATE ED BOSSES & THE TIMES WAKE-UP TO C.P.S.B. COLLAPSE
Friday, February 3, 2017 ..... 6:47 P.M.
Almost a year ago - on February 14, 2016 - I wrote, and RealShreveport.com published, my article entitled,
"The Undeclared State of Emergency in Caddo Public Schools."
No article I have written about the abject failure
Rafters FC and Lady Rafters Sports Manager Internships
The Rafters and Lady Rafters soccer clubs are excited to announce internship opportunities available for the 2017 season. We are looking for high-energy individuals with a desire to learn more about sports team management to join the Rafters organization. If
Rafters FC and the Lady Rafters are the newest sports attraction in Shreveport, and we are looking to grow our team this year. We are excited to announce a new position is available as a creative Manager of Video Production.
The Latest: Exoneration-perjury case verdict likely
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Latest on the perjury trial of two men whose recanted testimony in a 1993 murder case led to freedom for a man convicted in the killing. (all times local):
Two men who changed their stories
GOREE DECIDES HE WANTS TO DO HIS JOB AFTER ALL ... MAYBE
Friday, January 27, 2017 … 9:55 A.M.
Bia Roldan at KTBS-TV now reports that Lamar Goree - the one-time / sometime / when-he-wants-to-be Caddo Parish School Board superintendent of schools - is on the job again ... for a while. Maybe.
Edwards says deficit-closing special session begins Feb. 13
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gov. John Bel Edwards laid out his reasoning to lawmakers Friday for a deficit-closing special session, saying he won't seek tax increases to close the $304 million gap and will try to protect education programs
Edwards aide says of flood recovery: 'We're frustrated, too'
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gov. John Bel Edwards' chief of staff told state senators that federal regulations and laws governing disaster response are hampering Louisiana's ability to recover from two devastating floods last year.
Ben Nevers spoke Thursday to a