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Pro Bass Challenge Fishing Tournment Mar. 28-29

Pro Bass Challenge Fishing Tournment Mar. 28-29

Fifty professional anglers and 50 TV talented amateurs are expected to compete in the Pro Bass Challenge Fishing Tournament March 28-29.  Jones Creek Cafe owner George Shaheen has taken a leading role in organizing the tournament.  The winning pro will receive $10,000, while the leading amateur will win $2,500.  Pros and amateurs will team up […]

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Family Pays Tribute to Lawrence J. Alonzo

Family Pays Tribute to Lawrence J. Alonzo

Lawrence J. Alonzo Aug. 19, 1924 – Jan. 9, 2015 Dad’s Dash. Because it is the dash in the middle of being born and the day that we die that matters the most. And our Dad’s Dash was extraordinary! He was five years old, the youngest of 10 children, when his father died and his […]

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Louisiana GOP Urges  Common Core Repeal

Louisiana GOP Urges Common Core Repeal

Ross Little, Jr., Louisiana’s Republican National  Committeeman announced today that the LAGOP adopted a resolution calling for the Repeal of Common Core.  The resolution was adopted overwhelmingly on Saturday, Feb. 21, at the first State Republican meeting of 2015. The Resolution was sponsored by Little of Lafayette and co-sponsored by State Rep. Lenar Whitney of […]

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The Silent Revolution in Black

The Silent Revolution in Black

The most powerful political changes generally come from the bottom up.  While most of the political establishment has been asleep, including the media, the Louisiana electorate has been changing, as more than 700,000 have shunned the Republicans and Democrats and registered to vote as Independents, No Party or Other.  Today, there are almost as many […]

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The Rise of the Independent

The common wisdom among the “political class” is that Louisiana is a solidly Red State that can be expected to stay in the Republican colum for a long time to come. After all, every statewide elected official is a Republican, and so are all but one member of the Louisiana Congressional delegation. A majority of […]

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Amoroso, Ourso at Odds on Taxes

Amoroso, Ourso at Odds on Taxes

Metro Councilman Buddy Amoroso, the conservative leader on the Council, narrowly led a field of four candidates Feb. 21 in a Special Election to fill a vacancy in the Louisiana House of Representatives from District 66, which is located in the proposed City of St. George. Amoroso received 1,512 votes, or 36 percent of the […]

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Warren Drake on How to Have Great Schools

Warren Drake on How to Have Great Schools

The East Baton Rouge Parish School Board is in the process of interviewing candidates for parish Superintendent of Schools.  The outstanding applicant is Warren Drake, who led the Zachary Community School System for 10 years.  During that time, Zachary was and still today remains the No. 1 school system in Louisiana. While Drake was superintendent, […]

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Billy Nungesser Campaigns for Lt. Governor

Billy Nungesser Campaigns for Lt. Governor

Plaquemines Parish president Billy Nungesser brought his campaign for Lt. Governor to the Ronald Reagan Newsmaker Luncheon and explained the role he would play as Lt. Governor.  Nungesser, the leading fundraiser in the race, said the governor needs a partner to get things done.  But he has to stand up to the governor when he’s wrong. Nungesser said […]

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600 Attend ‘Taste of Central’ at St. Alphonsus

600 Attend ‘Taste of Central’ at St. Alphonsus

An estimated 600 people packed the Family Center at St. Alphonsus for the Annual Taste of Central celebration.  The crowd came together to enjoy food prepared by Central’s top restaurants, bid in the live and silent auctions, and buy a chance for a $10,000 prize. The event raised more than $140,000 to support the work […]

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Central Today on TV

Central Today on TV

The City of Central and the Central Community School System are launching a new weekly television show, Central Today, beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, March 6.  It will be hosted by Central Mayor Jr. Shelton and Central schools Supt. Mike Faulk. The show is produced by Central City News, Woody Jenkins, editor, in cooperation with […]

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