Inmates at the Bossier Sheriff's Office Corrections Facilities have started harvesting peas at the "Pea Farm." That's 22 acres of land near the Bossier Minimum Security Facility that's used to grow crops.
Bossier Parish Sheriff's inmates have begun planting crops for the spring season at the "Pea Farm" in Plain Dealing. It's a yearly ritual that's been going on since the Bossier Minimum Security Facility opened in 1995.
The Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office has a new car that's all decked out to promote its D.A.R.E (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program. Sheriff Julian Whittington unveiled it today at W.T. Lewis Elementary School in Bossier City.
Lots of kids will be out trick-or-treating next week, and -- of course -- parents want to make sure they're safe. That includes keeping them away from sex offenders. But how do you know if one is living in your area?
Lots of attention has been brought to the Bossier Sheriff's Office after the federal government stopped funding the Young Marine's program for religious reasons. Want to see what exactly got the funding revoked?
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