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Make the Best of Homeschooling

If the headline caught your eye, it’s likely you or someone you know has been plunged into homeschooling because their normal school situation abruptly came to a screeching halt. What a stressful and bizarre time we are living in! Each one of us is faced with things we never could have imagined or anticipated. I […]

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Central Businesses Innovate to Stay Alive

Most businesses in Central are under an emergency order from the Governor to close their doors. Other types of businesses were deemed by the Governor to be “essential” and can remain open.  Both whether they are deemed essential or not, many businesses in Central are finding unusual ways to continue to serve their customers. Dr. […]

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A Christian Physician Looks at Coronavirus, How to Protect Yourself, and the Constitution

Guarding health is pro-life and falls under the 6th commandment of God’s 10 commandments. Historically, each of the 10 commandments has been correctly viewed as having both a positive and negative directive. As the 6th commandment forbids murder, it also commands the protection of life, which includes health.  The rule of “first do no harm” […]

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Plant World Helps Bring Normalcy to Area Families

Declared an “essential business” because of its product line, Plant World at 10131 Greenwell Springs Rd., is doing a land office business. Founded more than 52 years ago by Gary and Mary Chapman, Plant Road is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week through May. During the flood of 2016, Plant […]

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Old Drug Offers New Hope

On Sunday, the Food & Drug Administration authorized the emergency use of two anti-malaria drugs for experimental treatment of the coronavirus. The two drugs, chloroquine and hydroxycholorquine, were praised last week by President Trump as cures for the virus. Hans Andersag discovered chloroquine in 1934. It has been effective for treating malaria in many cases. A […]

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The Jackboot of Oppression Rears Its Head

On Tuesday, March 31, 2020, when Central Police Chief Roger Corcoran walked into the sanctuary of Life Tabernacle Church on Hooper Road in the City of Central, he walked into the history books.   Since the Pilgrims arrived in 1620, 400 years ago, Christians have been able to freely assemble in the sanctuaries of their […]

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Lady Wildcats 3-0 at Grant Tourney

The Central Wildcat softball team took their game in dramatic walk-off fashion, thanks to a single at the end of the game to topple the Barbe Buccaneers. The game was tied at 9-9 with Central batting in the bottom of the seventh when Bella Barnes singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run. Both offenses […]

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CHS Students Attend Cybersecurity Day

A select number of cyber students from Central High School had an opportunity to participate in a STEM Discovery Day hosted by LA Tech. The students invited were Central High cyber students who displayed top professionalism in class.    During the event, the students were in the role of mock Homeland Security agents and were […]

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Central School System Operating Feeding Program

The Central Community School System is excited to announce a partnership with BREC and Three O’clock Project. This organization provides hot, made-from-scratch meals in the community. Monday, March 30, was the first day for meals to be distributed. Three O’clock Project will visit five locations each week day in Central to deliver these hot meals […]

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Bad Times Bring Out Good People

Last Tuesday afternoon, I ventured out to the Winn Dixie supermarket at Joor and Hooper Road to pick up a few items I just had to have. The store was almost empty because of the virus.  As I shopped, I began to feel a little nauseated and had started to perspire. I decided to end […]

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Central City News Editor Named At-Large Elector

 As everyone learns in Civics class, the President and Vice President of the United States are elected not by the voters but by members of the Electoral College, who are chosen by the voters. Each state has one member of the Electoral College for each Congressional District and two at-large members. As a result, Louisiana […]

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The State of Central

Central Mayor David Barrow has presented the following report as his State of the City of Central for 2020: STATE OF THE CITY By Mayor David Barrow It is hard to believe that it has already been over a year since taking office. The positive comments from citizens are appreciated, and we truly live in […]

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Capt. Tiffany Foxworth District Judge on April 4

Background: On Saturday, April 4, voters in Central, Baker, Zachary, and Sherwood Forest will go to the polls to elect a new District Judge to replace Judge Beau Higginbotham. Four Democrats and no Republicans are seeking the seat. CENTRAL — The Central City News is not in the habit of endorsing Democrats but sometimes a […]

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