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Flowers

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Florists in Dodson, LA

Find local Dodson, Louisiana florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Dodson and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Dodson Flower Shops

A Family Affair

105 Hwy 167 (3Rd St)
Dodson, LA 71422
(318) 628-2600

Flowers Of Design

178 J White Road
Dodson, LA 71422
(318) 628-1117

Dodson LA News

May 1, 2020

Flower Power: HPU Gardens Tech Delivers Bouquets to Health Care Workers - High Point University

Art makes the most beautiful arrangements that bring so much joy to our lives,” says Barbara Dodson, a registered nurse at the hospital. “It means to much to us and has filled my heart with a lot of love. Sometimes we display them inside where patients can enjoy them, and sometimes we leave them outside where visitors can see them. He really brightens our day with these beautiful flowers.” Related Posts #rpbt-related-gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #rpbt-related-gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 25%; } #rpbt-related-gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #rpbt-related-gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ ...

Nov 24, 2016

Scotland County Senior Nutrition Center MENU Thursday, Nov. 24 – Thanksgiving…Center Closed,…

Anders, 74 of rural Queen City, Missouri passed away at her home on Tuesday, November 15, 2016. The daughter of Wendell Howard and Wilma Ann (Dodson) Arbuckle, she was born on October 30, 1942 in rural Ravanna, Missouri.  She was united in marriage to Clifford Martin and to this union two daughters were born, Teresa and Melissa.  Then she was united in marriage to Donnie Anders. Survivors include her financee, Dennis Dean of Queen City, Missouri; four grandchildren, Justin Morgan and wife, Angela of Martinstown, Missouri, Brandon Morgan of Livonia, Missouri, Carrie Cottey and husband, Tyson of Unionville, Missouri and Jenessa Dean of Unionville, Missouri and her father, Jason Dean of Unionville, Missouri; three step-grandchildren, Megan McCall of Bloomfield, Iowa, Heather Anders of Queen City, Missouri and Kimberly Broomhall of Lancaster, Missouri; five great-grandchildren, Ryder, Sawyer and Hudson Morgan of Martinstown, Missouri, Sophia Morgan of Livonia, Missouri and Tayven Cottey of Unionville, Missouri; one son-in-law, Patrick Morgan of Livonia, Missouri; two sisters, Carolyn Parmenter and husband, Edward of Harris, Missouri and Wanda All... (Memphis Democrat)

Apr 22, 2016

Cheers and Jeers

Cheers: To Ken and Daniel at Service King Collision Repair on West Loop 820. They brought back the way a customer should be treated. Lynda Dodson, Benbrook   Cheers: To the intensive cardiac rehab team at Texas Health Resources, Fort Worth: Anita, Brenda, Caitlin, Jessie, Megan, Pat and Patty. Your hard work and personal dedication made a tough program enjoyable and positive. Thanks from Rick, Darin and Dave. Cheers also to Dr. Machos and Chef Heitmeier. Dave Stringer, Fort Worth   Cheers: To Linda, Gerald and Bill, AARP Tax-Aide preparers, for their time, dedication, knowledge and patience. We are blessed. Ann and Roland Kelley, Colleyville   Cheers: To the person who paid for my dinner at Catfish & Company in Hurst on April 12. Bettye Ratliff, Hurst   Cheers: To the Arlington police officer who took a fake gun away from a kid, instead of the alternative. Really quick thinking. Brooks Todd, Arlington   Cheers: To the wonderful vets and staff at The Cat’s Meow Veterinary Hospital. I took my beloved 15-year-old cat, Katie, to them. She was so sick but she still started purring. She had to be euthanized but they were so kind! It eased her passing. Sue Davis, Fort Worth   Cheers: To Kimberly Johnson and the workers from Corelogic who saved a baby duck from death in a drain. The duck was saved and money raised to send it to a wildlife center. These wonderful people made up for uncaring security and maintenance staff. Robert Parker, Fort Worth   Cheers: To the recent inductees to the National Junior Honor Society at Cross Timbers Middle School. Jeers to the two fathers in the front row who found their iPhones more important than the ceremony. Great example to set. William Taylor, Colleyville   Cheers: To Tarrant Roofing, especially Roger Walden and his crew. Roger took care of everything. In by 6 a.m. and gone before 3 p.m. Excellent. Phyllis Roberts, Kennedale   Jeers: To the irresponsible person in a white pickup who backed into my parked car, doing significant damage, on March 31 and then drove off. Cheers to the Fed Ex driver who witnessed this and found me in my doctor’s north Arlington office to tell me about it. Patty Baker, Mansfield   Cheers: To Dr. Michael Morris and staff at Animal Hospital Southwest. Dr Morris has provided care for our loved ones for more than 30 years, always with exceptional knowledge, kindness and compassion. Recently he was there for us with our loss and we are forever grateful. Ellen and Emily O’Neal, Fort Worth   Cheers: To the Burleson High School Prom After Dark committee for putting together a safe and fun party for students after the prom. Thanks to Sheil... (Fort Worth Star Telegram)

Mar 11, 2016

Roseville community gifts homeless couple a wedding

C.J. and Danny Dodson's love story was unlike most from the moment it began. "There was this guy sort of walking by,” C.J. Dodson said, describing the moment she first saw Danny Dodson. “And (then), he was standing under a tree and a branch fell and just barely missed knocking him out.” "When I met this woman, I almost pretty much died,” Danny Dodson said. “And, we've been together ever since.” The pair learned they had something very big in common: They had fallen on hard times and found themselves homeless -- and on the streets of Roseville -- because of sudden health issues. Danny Dodson was diagnosed with a rare heart condition, supraventricular tachycardia; and C.J. Dodson with chronic strokes. "That's how I became homeless, because I came for a job and then you know, ultimately, I wasn't able to go,” C.J. Dodson said. “Life moves on whether I have a job or not.” C.J. said she once worked in real estate. The couple clung to each other in those times and decided to get married at the Community C... (KCRA Sacramento)

Feb 3, 2016

St. Lucie County felony arrests: Jan. 19, 2016

Kelly, 21, 300 block of Greenway Terrace, Port St. Lucie; warrant for violation of probation, battery, prior conviction, criminal mischief. Susan Dodson, 53, 5300 block of Schooner Oaks Way, Stuart; DUI — alcohol or drugs, 4th or subsequent offense. Sam Briggs, 18, 3000 block of Avenue B, Fort Pierce; possession of burglary tools with intent to use. Torrance Miller, 38, Pompano Beach; larceny/petty theft from merchant. Floyd Tennyson, 18, 900 block of Streamlet Avenue, Port St. Lucie; burglary of an unoccupied dwelling, larceny/grand theft, giving false ownership information on pawned items, dealing in stolen property, grand theft of a motor vehicle, grand theft of a firearm, possession of a weapon or ammunition by a state delinquent adult. Chandra Maharajh, 31, 400 block of Crosspoint Drive, Port St. Lucie; warrant for dealing in stolen property. Ralphael Malch, 52, 1400 block of Dahlia Avenue, Fort Pierce; warrants for aggravated battery with great harm, battery on a law enforcement officer (two times), resisting an officer with violence. Stacy Negrych, 47, 800 block of Sweetbay Avenue, Port St. Lucie; aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Adam Surgeon, 26, Costa Mesa, Calif.; warrants for dealing in stolen property, giving false information to a pawnbroker. John Tiffany, 50, 2400 block of Nebraska Avenue, Fort Pierce; warrant for court order to revoke bond, grand theft. Albert Copeland, 19, 2300 block of 10th Road, Vero Beach; burglary of an unoccupied conveyance; warrant for possession of ammunition, found to be delinquent. Lucas Elliott, 22, Cassbury; warrant for violation of probation, giving false information to... (TCPalm)

Feb 2, 2016

Margaret J. Ferrell

Faculak), of Cave Creek Ariz.; two grandchildren, Kimberly S. Ferrell, of Chicago, Jonathan W. Ferrell, of Hanover Park Ill.; beloved cousin, Dot Dodson, of Lebanon; special friends and caregivers, Tony Dematteo, Georgie Vantrease and Brittney Waldron, all of Lebanon. Mrs. Ferrell enjoyed reading and her Sunday school class at First Baptist Church, but her home and family were of greatest importance to her. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Empower Me Day Camp, P.O. Box 672, Lebanon TN 37088, empowermedaycamp.com, or to the American Heart Association. Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home in Lebanon is in charge of arrangements, 615-444-2142, ligonbobo.com. (Lebanon Democrat)