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Vote on St. George Brought Out Voters, Changed Trajectory of EBR Parish

On Nov. 8, 2016, Donald Trump carried Louisiana with 58 percent of the vote — a landslide by any measure. However, in East Baton Rouge Parish, the results were very different, as Hillary Clinton carried the parish by more than 18,000 votes. Political observers could see that the parish’s politics were finally catching up with […]

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Mayor-President Broome Will Not Be Able To Continue as a Plaintiff Against St. George

Perhaps attorney Mary Olive Pierson is stronger on rhetoric than on law. In any case, she has allowed Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome to place herself in an untenable and rather embarrassing position. Ms. Pierson has allowed her client to file a highly-publicized suit to block the incorporation of the City of St. George, which was […]

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Journey to Bethlehem Blackwater Methodist

Blackwater United Methodist Church will be hosting its annual drive-through Nativity story, Journey to Bethlehem, on Saturday and Sunday, December 14 and 15.  Make the Spirit of the Season come alive for you and your family! Drive over to 10000 Blackwater Rd., Central, LA, 70714, anytime between 6 to 8 p.m. both nights to experience […]

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Andrew Medine to Apply for Annapolis

Central High School senior Andrew Medine has applied to Congressman Garret Graves to attend the United States Naval Academy next fall.  Medine serves as Student Council president and co-captain of the Central High Football Team. He is a favorite around campus. In recognition of young Medine’s leadership ability and potential, we invited him to write […]

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Rev. B. A. Spell of Life Tabernacle Inducted Into Ministerial Hall of Fame, Awarded ThD

 Bishop B. A. Spell has completed 66 years in the ministry, beginning in Pine Prairie, LA, in 1953, then to Turkey Creek and Port Allen, before finally settling in North Baton Rouge and Central a little more than 50 years ago. On Tuesday, he was honored at Life Tabernacle Church on Hooper Road. Friends and […]

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Graydon Walker: Treasure to Central

The City Council of Central honored Graydon Walker at its recent meeting for his long service. Former Mayor-President Tom Ed McHugh was on hand to honor his former CAO. The Council adopted the following resolution: WHEREAS, Mr. Graydon Walker has devoted most of his adult life to public service; and WHEREAS, On September 21, 1928, […]

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Massive Early Voting Favors Democrats

Early voters are going to the polls in record numbers across the state this week as a preliminary to the Nov. 16 runoff.  A total of 162,368 voters cast ballots on Saturday, Nov. 2 and Monday, Nov. 4. This was far more than the 122,638 who voted in the first two days of early voting […]

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Sheriff Doing His Job in Central Is Suddenly an Issue

Two opponents of creating the City of St. George have alleged Sheriff Sid Gautreaux has a sweetheart deal with the City of Central that allows the citizens of Central to receive law enforcement free of charge. The Baton Rouge Advocate featured the allegations in a lengthy front page story last Saturday. Mary Jane Marcantel and […]

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Secretary of State Also on Ballot in Nov. 16 Election

Two statewide races will appear on the Nov. 16 election ballot. Besides governor, the other race is for Secretary of State. Republican incumbent Kyle Ardoin is facing the Democratic challenger Gwen Collins-Greenup. Ardoin led with 41 percent in the primary, followed by Collins-Greenup with 34 percent. Republican Thomas J. Kennedy followed with 19 percent. The Secretary of […]

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Rispone Hoping For Big Turnout In City of Centra

GOP candidate Eddie Rispone is hoping for a large voter turnout in the City of Central in his quest to oust incumbent Gov. John Bel Edwards in the election on Saturday, Nov. 16. Central is one of several conservative voting areas in the state that Rispone needs to win big. Edwards is the only Democrat […]

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Two Key Local Runoffs on Ballot

Two races, which the Oct. 12 primary left unresolved, will appear on the ballot in Central in the election planned for Saturday, Nov. 16.  The first will fill a seat from District 6 on the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) currently held by Kathy Edmonson (R) of Ascension Parish. The other race […]

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Newspapers Endorse Two Rep. Candidates

The Central City News, Capital City News, and Istrouma Journal have endorsed two additional candidates: Dr. Leah Cullins in House District 67 and Barbara Freiberg in House District 69. Editor Woody Jenkins said, “Both candidates are individuals of high integrity with much to offer.

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Republicans Hope to Finish Job

The night of Saturday, Oct. 12 was a watershed moment for Republicans in East Baton Rouge Parish. They hold four of six parishwide offices, and a majority of the Metro Council and the parish school board, along with the city governments and school boards in Central and Zachary. But could they hold those offices through […]

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Quinton Myer of Central, Lauren Sibley of Amite Wed in April

Mr. Loren and Mrs. Mary Watts of Amite, LA, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Lauren Sibley to Quinton Myer, the son of Mr. Austin and Mrs. Edie Myer of Central, LA.  The couple are planning their wedding for April 2020.  Quinton and Lauren met at a coed softball game, their favorite […]

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3rd Annual Tasting: Pass-a Dozen

 Pass-A-Dozen Tamales will hold its 3rd Annual Tasting from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 6 at Ste G in Oak Point Plaza Wanda Pass will serve her famous Louisiana Mississippi Delta Tamales, shrimp and crab corn chowder, and seafood gumbo.  Her mother, Verdi, is known for serving broccoli hollandaise. Other featured items […]

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