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Council on Aging Goes All-Out for Hillary Clinton

Many Baton Rougeans probably think the Council on Aging is a governmental agency, especially since they see a proposition on the ballot Tuesday to levy a 2.2 mill property tax, which would raise $79 million in new taxes for the Council on Aging.  However, the Council on Aging is not a government agency but rather […]

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Record Turnout In Early Voting Sets Scene for Epic Showdown

Voters in East Baton Rouge Parish and statewide turned out in record numbers in early voting to choose between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton. Statewide, early voters increased from 292,213 in 2008 to 515,181 this year, a 76 percent increase.  Likewise, in East Baton Rouge, early voters increased from 34,496 in 2008 to […]

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Two BR Trump Supporters Likely for Electoral College

Two Republican leaders from Baton Rouge — Lennie Rhys and Scott Wilfong — are likely perform one of the nation’s most sacred duties later this year when the Electoral College meets to vote for President of the United States. Rhys and Wilfong will be on the ballot statewide Nov. 8 representing Donald Trump. With Trump […]

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Democrats Hear from Mayor, Council Candidates

More than 20 Democratic candidates for Mayor-President and Metro Council spoke to the East Baton Rouge Democratic Parish Executive Committee Tuesday night at the Laborers Union hall on Government Street. Center stage were former Sen. Sharon Weston Broome and Rep. Denise Marcelle, who are in a close battle to get in the runoff for Mayor-President […]

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Don’s Seafood: Future Still Undecided

Don’s Seafood, the Baton Rouge landmark located at 6823 Airline Highway, was flooded in August and badly damaged.  After the water receded, the building stood idle and was not gutted, which led some to conclude that the Landry family had no intention to reopen. However, Mike Landry said Wednesday no decision has been made.  “The […]

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North Baton Rouge of 1960’s Is Gone Forever

When Standard Oil Company opened its refinery just north of Baton Rouge in 1909 and began hiring workers for its petrochemical operations, families moved here from the Florida parishes of Louisiana and southern Mississippi. Istrouma High School opened its doors in 1917 and by the 1920’s a distinct community called North Baton Rouge had been […]

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North Baton Rouge Neighborhoods Devastated with Little Progress Eight Weeks After Flood

Riding through North Baton Rouge neighborhoods near the intersection of North Foster Drive and Winbourne Avenue can be disconcerting.  The area looks like a war zone, and in fact it has been at war with record floodwaters and now with the possibility that many, perhaps most, houses will not be rebuilt. But at night, things […]

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GOP Backs Slate for Mayor, Council; Dems Make No Endorsements So Far

The Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish has endorsed Sen. Bodi White for Mayor-President and candidates for Metro Council in all eight districts where Republicans are running. In addition to Sen. White, the party endorsed: •    Metro Council Dist. 3 – Chandler Loupe •    Metro Council Dist. 4 – Scott Wilson •    Metro Council […]

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Bodi White Is Solid Choice for Mayor-President

In choosing a Mayor-President,  our newspaper is looking for the candidate who can give confidence to our citizens that East Baton Rouge Parish has a future — that we will not become another New Orleans or Detroit.  We want a Mayor-President who will end the exodus of hard-working, middle income families to surrounding parishes and […]

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Last Second FG Lifts Wildcats 17-15

After a hard-fought and evenly matched contest, the McKinley Panthers appeared to cinch a non-conference victory over the Central Wildcats when McKinley took a 15-14 lead with 1:40 left in the 4th Quarter. It would have been a sweet victory for McKinley coach Ken Hilton, who served as defensive coordinator at Central for three years. […]

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