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Legislators on Sanctuary Cities, Liberty

Legislators handling key bills on sanctuary cities and religious liberty described their legislation at a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge Parish. Rep. Jay Morris (R-Monroe) is the author of HB 453 on sanctuary cities.  A so-called sanctuary city is a city which has a policy against turning over illegal aliens […]

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EBR Republicans Plan for Fall Campaign

The East Baton Rouge Republican Parish Executive Committee voted to endorse Donald J. Trump for the Republican nomination for President at its meeting last Thursday.  The committee spent most of the meeting planning how to raise its budget for the upcoming election season.  The party will be helping with Republican campaigns for President and Vice President, U.S. Senate, […]

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Delgado Grilled on Opposition to St. George

Metro Councilman John Delgado brought his campaign for Mayor-President to the Ronald Reagan Newsmaker Luncheon Tuesday and outlined his plans for City-Parish government, especially fighting crime.  He said crime is the No. 1 problem facing the parish, and he wants to add 200 officers to the Baton Rouge Police Department. The outspoken Republican who takes […]

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Key to Victory in November Is Swing States

In analyzing the general election in November, it is important to keep our eyes on the ball. While the media will talk incessantly about women and Latinos, they are really not what the election will be about at all. The general election is fought state by state. You have to look at the swing states […]

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Lemonade Day Builds Entrepreneurs

LEMONADE DAY — More than 200 Central students participated in Lemonade Day Saturday where they learned entrepreneurship as they built competing lemonade stands.  The event, which is sponsored by Raisin’ Canes, provokes intense, though friendly, competition.

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Central High Sophomore Scores Near Record 34 on ACT Exam

Central High School students who had the highest GPA’s and highest scores on the ACT test were honored at the school’s annual Academic Awards Banquet last Tuesday at Central Middle School.  Students and their parents were on hand to receive the honors. Receiving special recognition was Justin Nijoka, a sophomore who earned a 34 on […]

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Central High Graduation

Nearly 300 seniors at Central High School will cross the stage to receive their diplomas at 6 p.m. Friday, May 20 at Bethany Church in Baker. It is the largest class to graduate since creation of the Central Community School District in 2007.  More than 4,000 people are expected to fill Bethany’s sanctuary. Kylie Yglesias […]

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Patriots’ Day Traces Conflicts with Islam

A packed house at Annual Patriots’ Day at the Rural Life Museum heard guest speaker Bill Federer review the history of Islam and its aggression against the West, spanning the past 1,500 years. Using a comprehensive slideshow and many sources from Islam, Federer showed the Muslim conquest of the Middle East, North Africa, and much […]

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Ground Breaking in June for Settlement on Shoe Creek

Ground-breaking is tentatively set for June for the Settlement on Shoe Creek, a Traditional Neighborhood Development, or TND, planned for Sullivan Road in Central. The development will span 150 acres, nearly a quarter of a square mile.  Prescott Bailey, president of Southern Lifestyle Development, says the project will include 479 homes, 250 multifamily units, 100 […]

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Lane RMC Named Hospital of the Year

Lane Regional Medical Center was named “2016 Acute Care Hospital of the Year” (61-160 beds) at the 15th Annual Nightingale Awards held on March 5 at L’Auberge in Baton Rouge. This is the second time the hospital has received this award. The annual awards are sponsored by the Louisiana Nurses Foundation and the Louisiana State […]

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