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COUSINS GRADUATE AT LSU COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES

COUSINS GRADUATE AT LSU COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES

Ross Roshto, son of Shelby and Donna Roshto, and Macy and John Thomas Roshto, daughter and son of Keith and Abby Roshto graduated from the LSU Health Science Center School of Dentistry on May 15, 2014 in New Orleans.  Ross obtained an Associate of Science Degree in Dental Laboratory Technology and was awarded the LSUSD [...]

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Apostelic Truth Academy Graduates Four

Apostelic Truth Academy Graduates Four

Apostolic Truth Academy has just completed its third year of school, with 57 students enrolled from pre-K through the 12th grade. Four students graduates in May — Chaney Spell, valedictorian; Savanna Carroll, salutatorian, Terry Fortune, Jr., and Christopher Joseph Lockett.  The administrator is Shaye Spell, and the principal is Tony Spell. For the first time, [...]

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Supreme Court Lets Rouzan Decision Stand

Supreme Court Lets Rouzan Decision Stand

The Louisiana Supreme Court let stand the 1st Circuit Court of Appeal decision that the Rouzan development was formed illegally and has been violating the servitude of homeowners Danny Hoover and Dr. Bob Welch. Hoover and Welch sued developer Tommy Spinosa and the Metro Council for allowing Spinosa to operate his development in violation of [...]

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Life Tabernacle Will Celebrate 100 Years of  Pentecostalism

Life Tabernacle Will Celebrate 100 Years of Pentecostalism

The Azusa Street  Revival began in Los Angeles in 1906 and gave birth to the modern Pentecostal movement.  That movement spread east and south. In 1914, the Pentecostal movement reached Louisiana. This weekend, Life Tabernacle Church, corner Hooper and Blackwater, will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Pentecostal movement in Louisiana.  Pentecostal leaders from across [...]

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Jason Ellis Wins City Council Seat With 58 Percent

Jason Ellis Wins City Council Seat With 58 Percent

Central City Council candidate Jason Ellis won a big victory May 3, defeating incumbent Councilman Ralph Washington by 2,066 votes to 1,477. Ellis won 58.3 percent of the votes cast. The election filled the fifth and final seat on the Central City Council.  Four others were elected to the Council in April. Ellis is a [...]

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St. George Dodged Bullets During Session

St. George Dodged Bullets During Session

poration movement must be happy the 2014 regular session of the Louisiana Legislature is over, because they had to spend a lot of time and effort working to defeat three bills that could have hampered or even ended the incorporation movement. As recently as last Friday, one of the anti-St. George bills was very much [...]

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Ralph Washington to Leave Central Council

Ralph Washington to Leave Central Council

Central Mayor Pro-Tem Ralph Washington will be ending his service as No. 2-ranked person in Central city government after nine years as mayor pro-tem and city councilman.  Washington is currently the highest ranking black Republican in municipal government in Louisiana. Washington lost his bid for reelection to the Council May 3 after a bout with [...]

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Republican Leaders Gathered in N.O.

Republican Leaders Gathered in N.O.

More than 1,000 Republican activits from across the country gathered last week for the 2014 Republican Leadership Conference at the New Orleans Hilton. Attendees got to hear most of the nation’s top conservative leaders and some of the leading candidates for the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas won the Presidential Straw [...]

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Lawlessness: From White House to BR City Hall

Lawlessness is not only rampant on the streets of our cities.  It is also rampant in the seats of governmental power.  It’s easy to get heartburn watching the Obama administration violate the Constitution and laws of this country on a daily basis. Just this week, the President released five of the most dangerous terrorist commanders [...]

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LEAP Tests Put Central at No. 2 District in State

LEAP Tests Put Central at No. 2 District in State

The Louisiana Department of Education has announced the results of its annual LEAP and iLEAP testing of public school students, and the Central Community School System is once again near the top of the state.  In the critical testing of 3rd through 8th graders, Central tied for No. 2 among the 70 school systems in [...]

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