Paul Elio, founder of Elio Motors, talks with reporters at a January 2013 press announcement at the Shreveport General Motors plant.
Credit Kate Archer Kent
Detroit-based Elio Motors says it’s on track to begin producing its three-wheeled vehicle a little over a year from now in the former Shreveport General Motors plant. Founder Paul Elio told Red River Radio that 25 prototypes are under construction in Detroit as the company enters into the product testing phase. Elio said the main focus now is on engineering the vehicle.
Commentator Gary Borders presents his case as to why it's time for college football players to get on the payroll at their universities. He says college football powerhouses rake in major dividends from their performance on the gridiron, and the players on the field deserve a cut.
Aired Thursday, September 6 at 12 noon.Bill Beckett is joined by Jim Cowles, Janain Pou, Rachael Lee MaGill and Missy Wise of Stage Center LA to talk about their new production of Edward Albee's award winning play, "Who's Affraid of Virgina Woolf," which opens at the East Bank Theatre in Bossier City on Friday, September 6 at 7:30 p.m. For show times and ticket information contact them at (318)-218-9978 or on the web at Stage Center LA.
Freshmen from Louisiana College volunteer at the Food Bank of Central Louisiana.
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The Food Bank of Central Louisiana is stuffing 1,200 backpacks with food as it launches its school backpack program next week. The Food Bank has partnered with 26 elementary schools in seven central Louisiana parishes. On Fridays, children in the program receive a backpack full of food that will help keep them from going hungry over the weekend. The Food Bank’s executive director Jayne Wright-Valez said she works with school principals to identify the children in need.