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Federal Lawsuit Aims at Officials Who Tried to Stop Worship Services

What does an ordinary citizen do when his state and local public officials are aligned not to protect his constitutional liberties but to violate them? Rev. Tony Spell has gotten a good taste of what that’s like. The pastor has been targeted by the governor, commander of state police, state fire marshal, sheriff, mayor-president, police […]

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Pastor Under House Arrest

In early March 2020, Life Tabernacle was a mid-sized little-known Pentecostal church in a small city in Louisiana. Who could have guessed that two months later, it would be virtually the only church in America holding worship services in its sanctuary or that it would be one of the best known churches in America? On […]

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Romans 13:1 Refers to Church Governance; It Has Nothing to Do with Civil Government

Editor’s Note: Many Christians today say Romans 13:1-4 proclaims that all government is put in place by God and that governmental leaders are God’s emissaries who must be obeyed. Here in Central, Rev. Tony Spell of Life Tabernacle Church has continued to hold church services despite an emergency order by Gov. John Bel Edwards banning […]

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Central High, CPS to Hold Graduation

Both Central High School and Central Private School have made graduation plans that attempt to replicate traditional ceremonies to the extent possible.  Central Private will come closest. They will have ceremonies on the football field. Except for social distancing, it should have the feel of graduations from the past.  The event is planned for 7 […]

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Central Private Outlines Plan for 2020 Graduation At 7 on May 25

Central Private is planning a special graduation ceremony for its Class of 2020.  Graduation will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 25, on the Central Private Football Field. Seniors will meet at 6 p.m. in their own vehicles in the parking lot of Zoar Baptist Church. They will stay in their separate vehicles. […]

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Message to Graduates from Across Time

In May 1913, Pearl Elizabeth Felps walked to the podium as the valedictorian of the first graduating of the new Central High School, located at the corner of Canal (now Hooper) and Sullivan roads. A copy of her speech was discovered in 2009 and given to the Central City News. It is a timeless message […]

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Born at Metairie Abortion Clinic, Brandi Received Christ and Was Baptized Sunday

Most people today can point to the hospital where they were born, but Brandi (Brandi Melissa on Facebook) lists her place of birth as Causeway Medical Clinic, an abortion clinic in Metairie.  She was born as a result of a failed abortion. They tried to kill her but she lived! A saline solution was injected […]

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The Last Thing We Need Is Distance Between Us

Hope you all are well! I’ve been contemplating how fortunate we coaches and teachers are to be in this profession. Such a responsibility!  Watching my wife Beanie in multiple classrooms with distance learning has given me perspective.  Sports is one thing that “distance” does not fit. In fact, I think distance part of what’s wrong […]

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Voice of America Features BR Mother

Reprinted from Voice of America Worldwide By Martin Haines Some folks in the U.S. State of Louisiana have strong opinions about attending religious services during the coronavirus shutdown. “I don’t give a rat’s tail who [Louisiana Gov.] John Bel Edwards thinks is essential and who isn’t,” said Tricia Slaughter, a member of Life Tabernacle in Baton Rouge. […]

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Onnan “Ross” Primm, Jr., 1960 CHS Grad

On Thursday, April 16, 2020, Onnan “Ross” Primm, Jr., loving husband and father, passed away at the age of 78.  Ross is survived by his wife of 43 years, Linda Grogan Primm; children: Deirdre “Dee” Primm McGill, Kimberly Primm Wiggins, Stephen Stasny and Wesley Stasny; grandchildren: Meghan Walker, Hali Talley, Kelsey McGill, Harry Wiggins, Jr., […]

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Ms. Erna Thibodeaux Celebrates 100

Mrs. Erna Thibodeaux (Maw Maw Tibby) celebrated her 100th birthday on March 30, 2020. Although Erna was not able to celebrate this milestone occasion with her extended family and friends, she was honored in a small celebration at her home with four of her children.  Erna was born in Dupont, Louisiana on March 30, 1920. […]

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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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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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