They say one man's junk is another man's treasure, and the adage could be proved true for you tomorrow.
It seems counter-intuitive in this age of decimated budgets, but Bossier City and Bossier Parish actually have some surplus items that they're going to sell at a public auction...
Halloween is just around the corner. So if you don't have a costume yet and $500,000 to spare, we've got one that's sure to have everyone at your party talking about you. That's also assuming that it's in your size.
Dozens of people turned out to try to snap up a bargain. The Bossier City surplus auction was held over the weekend. Old patrol cars, motorcycles, bicycle, fire trucks and other city property was sold to the highest bidder. Tens of thousands was spent on the surplus items that also included several heavy duty riding lawn mowers and even a school bus.
The Bossier Sheriff’s Office is looking for the owner, or owners, of three goats that were picked up a week ago, on March 28th. They’ll have to be sold at public auction on April 7th, unless claimed by the owner.
The goats were found running loose on Greenpark Road, near Doyline, and although Bossier Sheriff’s Deputies have tried to locate an owner, they’ve been unsuccessful.