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DEMCO Essay Winners Headed to DC

Four Baton Rouge area high school students have won an all-expense paid trip to Washington. Jessica Litloff of Holden High, Sawyer Welborn of Central High, John Wiese of Runnels Academy, and Kennedy Wilcher of Zachary High were the winners in the 2016 DEMCO Rural Electric Youth Tour Essay Contest. The essay contest gives students throughout […]

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50 Years Ago: North Baton Rouge Journal — Predecessor of Capital City News

In July 1966, I was a 19-year-old student at the LSU School of Journalism. For the past two years, I had the privilege of having worked as a newsman and disc jockey at WLCS, the No. 1 radio station in Baton Rouge and then as a television announcer and newsman at the CBS affiliate in […]

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2016 Teachers of the Year

PRINCIPAL AND TEACHERS OF THE YEAR — Shown (left to right) are Principal of the Year Rhonda Taylor, principal of Central Intermediate School; Central High Teacher of the Year Kaleb Shows; Central Middle Teacher of the Year Brittni Carroll; Central Intermediate Teacher of the Year Erin Bonaventure; Bellingrath Hills Elementary Teacher of the year Tracy […]

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Central Names Students of the Year

Central Community School System has announced five Students of the Year for the 2015-2016 school year. Here are comments from the winners and their teachers: Central High School honored Alexis “Lexi” David as Student of the Year. In her biography, Lexi recalls a quote from Disney’s Mulan, “The flower that blooms in adversity is the […]

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Metro Council Chamber Being Renovated

The Metro Council will have a new Council Chamber by this summer, which will provide more seating for the public, new voting equipment, and a state-of-the-art audio-visual system. It will provide the public with a greater opportunity to observe deliberations and participate in the proceedings, according to City-Parish public information officer Dennis McCain. McCain said […]

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Problems with Louisiana’s Delegation to RNC

There are serious problems with Louisiana’s 46-member delegation to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.  Businessman Donald Trump won a solid victory in Louisiana’s Presidential Primary on March 5, defeating 13 other candidates.  Trump received nearly 42 percent of the vote, while Texas Sen. Ted Cruz received just over 37 percent, Sen. Marco Rubio received […]

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BR Police Put on Dramatic Show at Bellingrath

The Baton Rouge Police Department put on an impressive demonstration Wednesday for students at Bellingrath Hills Elementary School. The department’s helicopter, Air I, arrived to the delight of the children.  Then the Mounted Patrol Unit under Lt. Robert (Hood) Arnett arrived with two of the department’s horses, which are used in crowd control. The students […]

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Sens. White, Erdey Voted Yes, Reps. Hodges, Ivey Voted No

The Louisiana Legislature raised state sales taxes by one cent during the recently-completed Special Session, leaving the City of Central with combined local and state sales taxes of 10.5 percent. Central already paid one-cent higher than in Baton Rouge because voters here approved an extra one-cent to fund school construction. The increase to 10.5 percent […]

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GOP Delegates Chosen at Caucus

Nearly a thousand Republican voters attended a caucus at Jefferson Baptist Church Tuesday night — one of 20 caucus locations around the state.  In Baton Rouge, each caucus-goer was asked his Presidential preference, given a ballot, and then allowed to vote for candidates for delegate pledged to the voter’s choice for President. The vote narrowed […]

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Why Are So Many Christians Supporting Trump?

Why are so many Christians supporting Donald Trump for President? Jerry Falwell, Jr., answered that question very well on Fox News. He said, “The issues are different this year.” He was referring to illegal immigration, the destruction of our manufacturing base by free trade with China, and the destruction of our military. Then he said, […]

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