MEMO TO SUPREME COURT: The Constitution Won’t Mean a Thing If the Country It Was Written for No Longer Exists

By former Sen. John Milkovich (D-LA) • MEMO TO SUPREME COURT: The Constitution Has No Meaning If the Nation It Was Written for No Longer Exists! It’s true. The Theft of a Presidential Election violates the Constitution. It constitutes illegal insurrection. It embodies a War on Freedom. It is for a time such as this, […]

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BREAKING: Michigan Election Results Challenged in Federal Court

by Woody Jenkins, Editor, Central City News — LANSING • Michigan Vote Challenged — The Nov. 3, 2020 vote for President in Michigan has been challenged in federal court. To read the complaint, click here: https://centralcitynews.us/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/MICHIGAN-Vote-Fraud-Challenge-2020.pdf

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BREAKING: Suit Alleges Massive Fraud in Presidential Race in Georgia

By Woody Jenkins, Editor, Central City News • ATLANTA • Major Suit Filed Challenging the Results in Georgia. Click here: https://centralcitynews.us/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/GA-Suit-Vote-Fraud.pdf

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Supreme Court Enjoins New York Restrictions on Religious Worship in Historic Decision

By Woody Jenkins, Editor, Central City News • WASHINGTON • November 25, 2020 • Victory for Religious Liberty — The United States Supreme Court has enjoined enforcement of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s emergency orders which purport to limit the size of worship services by churches and synagogues in areas he considers “hot zones” for the […]

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New Video Shows Content of Coronavirus Vaccine

A new video shows the content of a coronavirus vaccine.  Click here: https://centralcitynews.us/wp-admin/post.php?post=13075&action=edit

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Big Victory in Electoral College

 The members of the Electoral College from Louisiana met at noon Monday in the Senate Chamber of the State Capitol to  perform its duty under the Constitution. All eight members voted to reelect President Donald J. Trump, in accordance with the votes of the people of the state Nov. 3, 2020.  Each of the electors […]

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State Supreme Court Justice Jeff Hughes Wins Round in Libel Suit Against Advocate

Louisiana Supreme Court Associate Justice Jeff Hughes was the center of attention at the Baton Rouge Advocate for more than a year.  Half a dozen major front-page articles held up the judge as the epitome of unethical behavior on the bench.  Another two dozen stories mentioned him as an example of judges who avoid being held […]

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Two Elected to Metro Council from Central

Voters in the City of Central helped elect two new members of the Metro Council Saturday from districts representing parts of the city.   • In District 1, which includes Zachary and the northern part of Central, Brandon Noel (left), a former member of the Zachary City Council, was elected to replace outgoing Metro Council […]

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Supreme Court Decision in Roman Catholic Diocese Provides Strong Protection For Life Tabernacle, Churches Everywhere

By Woody Jenkins, Editor, Central City News • WASHINGTON — The United States Supreme Court has issued an injunction prohibiting Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York from enforcing limits on attendance at churches and synagogues in New York.  The governor issued emergency orders creating zones and limiting church attendance to 10 or 25 persons depending […]

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Central Middle Food Drive

The Central Middle School Student Council held a food drive the week of November 9-13, 2020 for the Central Foodbank.  The entire school participated and donated more than 1,200 items. CMS Student Council sponsors, Mrs. Ilboudo and Coach Hunt, expressed their appreciation to the entire student body at CMS for participating.   

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Tanglewood Students Growing Garden

With the support of principal Meagan Brown, the students at Tanglewood Elementary are growing a fall/winter garden.  Raised beds were constructed in the playground area of the school so the students can water their plants during recess. The plants they are taking care of this season include varieties of kale, cabbage, cauliflower, shallots, petunias, and […]

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Three Elected to RSCC

Former Central City Councilman Wayne Messina, Central City News advertising manager Kim Powers, and State Rep. Barry Ivey have been elected to represent on the Republican State Central Committee, which governs the Republican Party of Louisiana.  They are: • WAYNE MESSINA, who served on the Central City Council for eight years, defeated Karen Connolly 1,036 […]

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Will You Take Coronavirus Vaccine?

A survey of readers of the Central City News showed deep distrust of coronavirus vaccines being rolled out this week. More than 400 readers participated in the online survey.   Readers were asked the question, “Do you plan to take a Covid vaccine.  These were some of their responses: •Kathleen Fasullo Byers – NOT!! •Linda […]

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Carolyn Shelton, Long-Time Christian Warrior

 Carolyn Louise Thompson Shelton was born in Baton Rouge on May 6, 1947. She loved remembering her childhood in simpler times where days were filled with trips to the river, playing football with the neighborhood kids, and devoted family prayer.  Later in life she would give the same roots to her own family. Being a […]

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