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Read The Central Wildcat for Oct. 16, 2014

Read The Central Wildcat for Oct. 16, 2014

READ THE CENTRAL WILDCAT FOR OCT. 16, 2014. Estimated readership this month: 28,000. Here are the headlines from today’s edition: • Central Invades Zachary: Wildcats at Bronco Stadium Friday Night • Community Pep Rally Set for Tuesday, Oct. 28 • 1977 State Champs Inducted into Central Hall of Fame Click here: http://centralcitynews.us/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Central-Wildcat-10-16-14-Final-Small.pdf• Tanglewood Rewards Perfect Attendance [...]

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Central High Students Elect a Special Queen

Central High Students Elect a Special Queen

CENTRAL — Life hasn’t always been easy for Alyssa Hollingsworth, a Central High School senior who suffers from cerebral palsy, multiple handicaps, and a few years ago cancer.  But one thing did come easy — an overwhelming victory in her election as Central High’s 2014 Homecoming Queen. She won in a landslide, receiving more than [...]

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Voters in Central to Help Elect Five New Judges

Voters in Central to Help Elect Five New Judges

Voters in the City of Central will help elect five district, juvenile, and family court judges in the election on Tuesday, Nov. 4.  Many of the candidates participated in a Judicial Forum sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge, a small business chamber. In four instances, incumbent judges are being challenged for [...]

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GOP Backs Three for School Board

GOP Backs Three for School Board

The Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish has endorsed three candidates running for reelection to the Central Community School Board: • Will Easley, Dist. 4 • Ruby Foil, Dist. 6 • Sharon Browning, Dist. 7 The Republican Parish Executive Committee issued a statement on why the three candidates were endorsed. The Republican Party of East [...]

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Family Forum Looks At Congressional Race

A total of 13 candidates qualified to run for Congress in the newly-configured Sixth Congressional District of Louisiana after Congressman Bill Cassidy announced he is running for the U.S. Senate. Now the Louisiana Family Forum is publishing the Louisiana Voter Guide, which will tell more about where the candidates for Cassidy’s seat and other Congressional [...]

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Editor Enjoys 50 Years in Media, Politics

Editor Enjoys 50 Years in Media, Politics

September 2014 marked the 50th anniversary of News editor Woody Jenkins in journalism.  In September 1964, he was hired as a rookie newsman at radio station WLCS in Baton Rouge.  Since then, he has continuously worked in radio, TV, newspapers, or ad agencies.  Today he is editor of the Central City News and the Capital [...]

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Antoinette Belle Lee

Antoinette Belle Lee

Jared and Jessica Lee proudly announce the birth of their first child, a girl, Antoinette Belle. She was born on August 25, 2014 at Woman’s Hospital at 8:27 p.m. She weighed seven pounds seven ounces and was 21 inches long. Proud grandparents are James and Candi Lee of Central and Johnny and Lisa Hailey, also [...]

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Talented Group of GOP Candidates Think They Can Defeat Edwards

Talented Group of GOP Candidates Think They Can Defeat Edwards

On Tuesday, Sept. 9, nine Republican candidates for the United States Congress from the Sixth District arrived at Café Américain, 7521 Jefferson Hwy., for the second and final Congressional Forum sponsored by the Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish.  It proved to be a lively discussion.  By now, all of the candidates have gotten [...]

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Three Central School Board Seats Up Nov. 4

Three Central School Board Seats Up Nov. 4

All seven members of the Central Community School Board are up for reelection on Tuesday, Nov. 4, but four of the members of the board are unopposed. Facing opponents are school board vice president Will Easley in District 4; school board member Ruby Foil in District 6, and former school board president Sharon Browning in [...]

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EBR GOP Endorses Six Judge Candidates

The Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish has endorsed several candidates for judge in the Nov. 4, 2014, election. The party’s executive committee, which is elected by the Republican voters of the parish for a four-year term, interviewed each candidate seeking the endorsement and required each candidate to complete an extensive questionnaire.  The party [...]

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It Comes Down to Louisiana and Its Senate Seat

It Comes Down to Louisiana and Its Senate Seat

The contrast between Sen. Mary Landrieu and her two Republican opponents could hardly be more stark.  Landrieu is a doctrinaire liberal on almost every issue.  She votes with President Obama 97 percent of the time.  Landrieu’s support of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid gives Obama control of the Senate and facilitates Obama in his effort [...]

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Three-Way Battle for U. S. Senate

Two Republican candidates are challenging U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu in the Nov. 4 election, and she appears vulnerable to either.  In a CNN poll last week, Congressman Bill Cassidy (R) was leading Landrieu 50-47, while Col. Rob Maness (R) and Landrieu were tied 48-48.  The runoff, if necessary, will be Dec. 6.  

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Central High Homecoming Court for 2014 and a Very Special Homecoming Queen

Central High Homecoming Court for 2014 and a Very Special Homecoming Queen

The 2014 Central High School Homecoming Court was unveiled during half-time ceremonies at last Friday night’s Homecoming game between the Central Wildcats and McKinley High Panthers at Wildcat Stadium. The members of the court and the queen are elected by the Central High student body.  The members of the court were: FRESHMEN • Grace Bartel — [...]

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Election Countdown

It’s only one month until voters go to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 4 to choose a new Congress and a host of local officials. In Central, political signs are everywhere along busy roads and streets, as candidates vie for exposure and legitimacy.  With Congressman Bill Cassidy running for the U.S. Senate, a host of [...]

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Christopher Cooke to Be Missionary in Prague

Christopher Cooke to Be Missionary in Prague

Christopher Cooke, has felt the call of God to do missionary work in Prague of the Czech Republic. Chris spent six weeks in Prague this summer following graduation from LSU in psychology with the ministry team from Chapel on the Campus at LSU.  He said he fell in love with the Czech people and will [...]

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GOP Endorses Two School Board Members

The Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish has endorsed two members of the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board who are running for reelection: • Jerry Arbour, District 5 • Connie Bernard, District 8 The Republican Parish Executive Committee issued this statement about Arbour and Bernard: “Ironically, Mr. Arbour and Mrs. Bernard do not always [...]

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