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TestIt Mobile App Available for Testing Internet Speed (03/12/2019)
A lack of internet and cell phone service in many parts of the country has led to the development of an app designed to obtain accurate information to determine who has broadband and, more importantly, who does not. At last week’s meeting of the National Association of Counties (NACo), the mobile app “TestIT” was launched to identify areas with low connectivity to help ensure adequate funding for broadband infrastructure. App users will be able to test their broadband speeds with the push of a button.

Cassidy, Kennedy, Johnson, Abraham: Louisiana's Cyber Innovation Center is Helping Keep Our Country Safe (03/05/2019)
The Digital Age demands a workforce capable of defending us from modern threats. Americans today face cyber threats not only from hostile foreign nationals, but also from hackers, child pornographers, spies and thieves invading our homes and businesses through our computers.

Lake Bistineau getting fishing aids (02/08/2019)
Area fishermen will soon be getting a little extra help in their pursuit of game fish on Lake Bistineau, thanks to the Bossier Parish Police Jury’s Parks and Recreation Department and the La. Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries.

Bossier Parish Transportation Plan (01/31/2019)

LEILA ROAD BRIDGE CLOSURE (01/14/2019)
Effective immediately, January 14, 2019, Leila Road Bridge located approximately one-half mile off Chalybeate Springs Road will be closed for replacement of the existing bridge with culverts. The bridge will be closed approximately two weeks.

More rain coming; no rise in water levels expected (01/10/2019)
Tributaries high but draining

Weather Update: Cypress-Black Bayou closed (01/03/2019)
Closure includes no-boat order on lakes

Rain should end; water levels still high (01/03/2019)
Cypress/Black Bayou to close

Parish responders team with military for drill (12/12/2018)
Practice teamwork for HAZMAT incidents

Sandbags available at sites in parish (12/10/2018)
Residents don't have to drive to Benton

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