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Ceremonies at Old State Capitol

Ceremonies at Old State Capitol

The East Baton Rouge Parish Republican Women’s Club held the first Red Pelican Award ceremonies at the Old State Capitol on Oct. 22. Five Republicans were presented the Red Pelican Award for their service.  The award winners were: •    Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne for serving as the state’s ambassador for tourism •    Secretary of State [...]

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Central Fire Dept. Proposes 4.25-Mill Tax Hike

Central Fire Dept. Proposes 4.25-Mill Tax Hike

The Central Fire Department was established in 1972 and currently operates from five fire stations.   These stations cover over 60 square miles, respond to 2,500 calls for service per year, protecting 35,000 people and 10,800 homes and businesses, with a value over 1.5 billion dollars. Fire stations are staffed by a total of eight firefighters [...]

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Incumbents Reelected

Incumbents Reelected

Voters in Central reelected three incumbent members of the Central Community School Board Tuesday, keeping the seven-member school board intact, despite a spirited challenge. Central school board member and former board chairman Sharon Browning was the leading vote-getter.  She won 72 percent of the votes in District 7 against Felicia Braud, who received 28 percent.  [...]

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What’s Happening In and Around the Central

November  9 Veterans Service First Penecostal Church The First Pentecostal Church, 1020 South Range Ave in Denham Springs, (across from Walmart).  will hold a special veterans service 9:45 a.m. to 12 noon. Speakers include Pastor Wm. Ray Johnson, Col. Rob Maness, Mayor Jimmy Durbin, and other guests. November 23 Gospel Singing Magnolia Methodist Church Magnolia [...]

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Anthony Johnson Scores Two TD’s

Anthony Johnson Scores Two TD’s

Central coach Sid Edwards says senior running back Anthony Johnson is one of the hardest working members of the Central Wildcat football team. But before last Friday night, Anthony had been on the playing field for only four or five plays all season. Then last Monday Coach Sid promised to put him in the game [...]

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Pro-Life Was Big Winner in Tuesday’s Election

Pro-Life Was Big Winner in Tuesday’s Election

The Republican tidal wave of victories arrived all at once Tuesday night around 10 p.m. By 10:30 p.m., the liberal media was already playing down the victories and cautioning that the Republicans must “work with” President Obama.  That’s amazing, because Obama hasn’t worked with anyone — Republican or Democrat — since he was elected. For [...]

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Caldwell vs. Piedrahita: Hottest Judge Race

Caldwell vs. Piedrahita: Hottest Judge Race

District Judge Mike Caldwell faces his most serious challenge in 18 years on the bench from Baton Rouge attorney Randy Piedrahita. Piedrahita has criticized Caldwell for refusing to hear criminal cases for 17 of the past 18 years and carrying a light load of civil cases.  He says the state Constitution and the backlog of [...]

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Tony Perkins Hosts Old-Time Political Rally for Candidates at His Home on Liberty Road

Tony Perkins Hosts Old-Time Political Rally for Candidates at His Home on Liberty Road

Former State Rep. Tony Perkins, now president of the Family Research Council hosted an old-fashioned political rally last Saturday at his home on Liberty Road in the rural community of Pride, LA, just north of Central. Perkins welcomed the crowd and encouraged them to vote and get their friends to vote in the Nov. 4. [...]

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Constitutional Amendments – CCN Recommendations

Constitutional Amendments – CCN Recommendations

The Capital City News and Central City News are making endorsements on the following propositions on the Tuesday, Nov. 4 election ballot: Constitutional Amendments • No. 1 – To create Medical Assistance Trust Fund – NO • No. 2 – To create Hospital Stabilization Fund – NO • No. 3 – Sales of property seized [...]

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EBR GOP Squares Off with EBR Demos

EBR GOP Squares Off with EBR Demos

With the primary election scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 4, the national election is focused on the battle between Democrats and Republicans, but that is not the case here in East Baton Rouge Parish.  In this parish, most districts are either heavily Democratic or heavily Republican.  Only in a minority of districts do Democrats and Republicans [...]

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Col. Rob Maness Recommended for U. S. Senate

Col. Rob Maness Recommended for U. S. Senate

In 1996, I had the privilege of serving as the Republican nominee for the United States Senate against the Democrat, Mary Landrieu.  More than 847,000 Louisianians voted for me in that election. Now Sen. Landrieu is on the Nov. 4 election ballot, and our citizens will decide whether to return her to the Senate. In [...]

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Central Schools Climb to No. 3 in State

The Louisiana Department of Education has awarded the Central Community School System an A rating for the third straight year. Central earned a District Performance Score of 108.2, making it the third highest rank among Louisiana’s 69 school systems. But in the fine print of the DOE rankings were many achievements of the Central school [...]

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Voters to Elect 3 Members of School Board

Voters to Elect 3 Members of School Board

Voters in Central will face a relatively long election ballot on Tuesday, Nov. 4 with candidates for offices ranging from school board to U.S. Senate, as well as 14 state constitutional amendments and a parishwide tax measure on mosquito control. In Central, the only local offices on the ballot are three seats on the Central Community School Board. Three [...]

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