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Whole Foods Market Shreveport jobs now available

Whole Foods Market Shreveport Store Team Leader Ralph White is now accepting applications for department managers; butchers; fishmongers; chefs; cooks; beer, wine and cheese enthusiasts; cake decorators; food service team members; fruit and vegetable cutters; dish washers; cashiers; grocery service Team Members; stockers and more. Full- and part-time positions are available. The 39,000-square-foot Whole Foods

Faith and Infertility

“Unexplained infertility” was the most heart wrenching diagnosis I have ever received. It’s one of those things that leaves an empty feeling in your gut. When you are in the middle of it you feel all alone, even if you are in the waiting area of an infertility clinic surrounded by people who are also

Moustapha earns RRAC co-Attacker of the Week

Rebecca Moustapha’s strong performance in the Oklahoma Wesleyan Invitational earns her a share of the Red River Athletic Conference co-Attacker of the Week. This is the first player of the week awards of the season. In four matches, Moustapha led the Lady Wildcats with 48 kills – an average of 3.2 per set. Her high

Three MHS Cheerleaders named to All-American squad

MARSHALL, Texas – Marshall High School cheerleaders attended summer camp in July and brought home several awards, including Superior ribbons in chant and cheer competitions. The MHS Cheerleaders, under the direction of Mrs. Crystal Pyle, attended the National Cheerleaders Association Camp held at Southern Methodist University. Marshall had three students – senior and captain, Jamecia


Individuals and businesses will soon be selected to participate August 19, 2016 TYLER – The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is sponsoring household, workplace, and commercial vehicle travel surveys that will soon be conducted in the Tyler and Longview areas by two transportation research firms, ETC Institute and Gram Traffic Counting. Beginning this fall, randomly-selected

Madamombe, Trevino named team captains

Wiley College head men’s soccer coach Demetrio Hernandez announced who he saw as his strongest leaders as Tafadzwa Madamombe and Genaro Trevino were named team captains Tuesday. “They are very deserving,” coach Demetrio Hernandez said. “Both guys stepped last year and did a very good job. There is no doubt that they will do it

Marshall Police Chief graduates from Northwestern University Center for Public Safety

Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa has graduated from Northwestern University Center for Public Safety. The Marshall Police Department is pleased to announce the recent graduation of Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa from the School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) held at the prestigious Northwestern University. Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa has successfully completed the (22) week Staff and Command program

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