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Miss America's Outstanding Teen State Pageants - Louisiana
... Teen Top 2010 ... Brooke Hotard Port Allen 16 Crescent City's Outstanding Teen Choreographed the opening number for the Miss Southeastern 2009 Pageant 2009 Kelly Ann Bernard ...
Hirsch Memorial Coliseum
... team, from 1997, until they moved to the CenturyTel Center, in Bossier City in 2000 ... of a small scale riot, when a Pantera concert was cancelled at the last minute, because of a city ordnance that had just gone into effect, requiring seating on the floor, which the band felt created an. 93.789477°W / 32.476652 -93.789477 City of Shreveport Shreveport/Bossier City Metro Freeways I-20 I-49 I-69 (Future) North Bypass (I-220) Inner Loop Expressway (LA 3132) Topics History ...
Shreveport-Bossier Bombers
... The Shreveport-Bossier Bombers were an indoor football team of the Indoor Professional Football League (IPFL) in 2000 ... The Bombers, based out of Shreveport, LA/Bossier City, LA, were one of four IPFL expansion teams for that season ... Some notable Shreveport-Bossier Bombers were QB's Chris Milwee and Steve Fill, DB's Chris Samson and Anthony Montgomery, linemen Roman Blake and Alex "Monster" Mash, WR ...
Miss Louisiana USA - Winners
7th) 2001 Heather Hayden Amite 2000 Jennifer Dupont Bossier City Previously Miss Louisiana Teen USA 1998, Miss Louisiana 2004 and 1st runner up at Miss America 1999 ... Melissa. 1979 Lisa Anderson Gretna 1978 ... Tauny Hanes Baton Rouge 1977 Patti Rosenbalm Bossier City 1976 Robyn Sanders Winnfield 4th Runner-up 1975 Rhonda Shear New Orleans Television program host and ...

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