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Local Legislators to Play Key Roles

Lawmakers from East Baton Rouge Parish will chair only two standing committees in the new Louisiana Legislature but will serve as members of a number of key committees. Sen. Dan Claitor will serve as Chairman of the Senate Judiciary C Committee, and Sen. Yvonne Colomb will chair the Senate Municipal and Parochial Affairs Committee. The […]

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Donald Trump Debate Party This Saturday

Supporters of Donald Trump for President will meet Saturday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. at Dearman’s restaurant, 7633 Jefferson Hwy., to watch the ABC-TV Republican Presidential Debate live from Manchester, NH. Trump supporters are invited to attend. There is no admission charge. At 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 13, Trump supporters will watch the South […]

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EBR GOP HQ to Provide Signs, Literature for All Candidates

The Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish is opening a parish headquarters beginning Friday, Feb. 12 to serve all candidates in Louisiana’s Presidential Primary, which will be held on Saturday, March 5. The headquarters, which will be located at 711 Jefferson Hwy., Suite 1B, will allow supporters of all the candidates to have a place […]

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GOP Road Show Coming Here as Delegate Hunt Moves to South

The Republican Presidential Primary season is in high gear, and Republican voters in Louisiana can expect to be courted by supporters of the three main candidates running for the nomination and perhaps even the candidates themselves. Louisiana Republicans will go to their regular voting precincts on Saturday, March 5 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and […]

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CFD Holds 2016 Training Academy

A nearly year-long process culminated Monday morning at Central Fire Department’s Station 31 when eight recruits reported for the first day of the CFD Recruit Training Academy.  These recruits were selected in late 2015 from a pool of approximately 150 applicants after an extensive hiring process dictated by Louisiana Civil Service requirements and policy and […]

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Only Way to Control Spending: Refuse to Raise Taxes

Here’s a word for fiscal conservatives in the Louisiana Legislature who are concerned about the state’s fiscal crisis and the looming possibility of a budget deficit.  There is only one way in Louisiana to control spending, and that is by refusing to raise taxes. If you raise taxes, they will spend every penny of what […]

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Central Schools to Seek Tax Renewal on March 5

The Central Community School Board is asking voters to renew a 10-year, 32.50-mill property tax on March 5 that is dedicated to funding the general operations of the school system and maintenance of the school district’s facilities. The school funding pro-position is not a new tax, and it will not increase what taxpayers currently pay. Central […]

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A Glossary of Terms at Istrouma High During the 1960’s

To better communicate with Istrouma High grads from the 1960’s, it is important to study this Glossary of Terms: Baton Rouge High Week — The week of the Baton Rouge High game.  Nothing mattered that week except beating Baton Rouge High. Band members took the drums to top of the cafeteria and beat them 24/7 from […]

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Supt. Drake Hopes to Spend $10-15 Million to Save School

  Istrouma High School moved into its new facility in 1950. Carl V. Dawson was school board president. T.H. Montgomery represented Central on the school board. The principal was H.P. Overton, who became principal in 1929, just 12 years after its founding, and served until 1953. He was followed by Ellis “Little Fuzzy” Brown whose […]

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How to Get Involved with Presidential Campaigns

As Louisiana’s Presidential Primary heats up in preparation for the March 5 election, each of the three top candidates — Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio — has campaign teams in place. Signs and literature for all the candidates will be available at Republican headquarters, 711 Jefferson Hwy., Suite 1B from 3 to 5 […]

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Dr. David Walker to Lead Central Alliance

The Central Community Alliance has elected a new chairman of the board, Dr. David Walker.  He will take office at its Jan. 19 meeting at DEMCO. Harry Rauls will continue to serve as vice chairman, Betsy Hooper as secretary/treasurer, and Lee Rome as assistant secretary/treasurer. Other directors are Angela Summerville, Joan Lansing, and Wayne Messina. […]

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A Message from Gov. John Bel Edwards

Citizens of Louisiana, Two hundred thirteen years ago today, on January 11, 1803, President Thomas Jefferson directed Robert Livingston and James Monroe to enter into a treaty with France to purchase the Louisiana Territory. What followed was the largest territorial gain in the United States’ history. New American land from fifteen present-day states and two […]

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Boots Garland: BR Coaching Legend

On January 11, 2016 an icon of Baton Rouge and Parkview Baptist passed into glory.  If you were blessed during your high school years to be influenced by a special teacher or coach who you will never forget, then you know a little about what Boots Garland meant to us here at Parkview.  From 1984 […]

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Trump, Cruz To Face Off Here March 5

Louisi-ana voters will go to the polls on Saturday, March 5 in the state’s Presidential Primary.  Fourteen Republican candidatess will appear on the ballot including the top two candidates — Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. Democratic voters will choose between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.  You must be a member of a political party in […]

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