The Bossier Press-Tribune is a newspaper specializing in local news in Bossier Parish in northwestern Louisiana, with some regional, state, and national stories too as they impact the readership. The Press-Tribune is published Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons at 4250 Viking Drive in Bossier City. The origin of The Press-Tribune can be traced to 1940, when as the weekly Bossier Tribune, it was in competition with the Planters Press. In 1945, T. L. Morris sold the Bossier Tribune to Larry Freeman, who was also the publisher of a Jewish newspaper in Shreveport. In the latter 1970s, the Bossier Tribune and The Planters Press merged to become the Bossier Press-Tribune.