Wednesday Apr 16
From the Chamber: Event will discuss state of Haynesville Shale
This event marks the first installment of the Bossier Chamber's Pancakes and Politics series for 2014.
Ironman Athlete Killed In N.O. Crash Honored
An Atlanta firefighter who was killed Friday when his bicycle was struck from behind by a vehicle on Chef Menteur Highway was honored Sunday at the Ochsner Ironman triathlon.
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FERC denies Midla request for shortened objection period on pipeline abandonment
ArcLight Capital Partners wants to replace the American Midstream Pipeline that runs from Ouachita Parish to as far south as East Baton Rouge Parish, forcing large rate increase, or abandon the line.
La. Tech history professor honored with state humanities award
RUSTON - Stephen Webre, the Garnie W. McGinty Professor of History and interim associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Louisiana Tech University, has received a Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities award.
Push for U.S. energy independence top industry trend for 2014, survey shows
A gas drilling rig outside of Mansfield, La. Thursday, March 3, 2011. The Haynesville Shale in northwest Louisiana is one of dozens of shale gas formations drillers have targeted in recent years.