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8:46am

Fri March 9, 2012
Local

Archeological team surveys thousands of acres of forestland near Ball, La.

A U.S. Forest Service archeology team is canvassing a large portion of the Kistachie National Forest in search of pre-historic camp sites and larger habitations.

9:31am

Thu March 8, 2012
Politics

LSU System head staunchly opposes merger for LSU Shreveport

LSU System president John Lombardi says northwest Louisiana colleges and universities must collaborate to provide more degree offerings. He says merging LSU Shreveport into Louisiana Tech would shrink LSUS to nothing.

9:14am

Thu March 8, 2012
Arts

Longview museum recruits couples for a Wild West wedding

The Gregg County Historical Museum is planning an old-time shotgun wedding at its Dalton Days event slated for April 14.

9:41am

Tue March 6, 2012
Local

Shreveport showers Moonbot Studios with confetti, praise

Reminiscent of an old-time ticker-tape parade, confetti rained down on Shreveport as hundreds of people lined several downtown blocks to celebrate Moonbot Studios' Academy Award. 

9:26am

Tue March 6, 2012
Local

East Texas farmer fundraises for TransCanada court battle

Julia Trigg Crawford of Direct, Texas, launched a Web site soliciting donations for her court battle over eminent domain with TransCanada, which plans to lay a portion of the Keystone XL pipeline through her farm.

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