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Supreme Court Enjoins New York Restrictions on Religious Worship in Historic Decision

By Woody Jenkins, Editor, Central City News • WASHINGTON • November 25, 2020 • Victory for Religious Liberty — The United States Supreme Court has enjoined enforcement of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s emergency orders which purport to limit the size of worship services by churches and synagogues in areas he considers “hot zones” for the […]

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New Video Shows Content of Coronavirus Vaccine

A new video shows the content of a coronavirus vaccine.  Click here: https://centralcitynews.us/wp-admin/post.php?post=13075&action=edit

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How the Election Was Stolen in Georgia

By Woody Jenkins, Editor, Central City News Real Time Election Results from the New York Times Tell the Story Look at the Ballot Dumps That Begin 17 Hours After the Polls Close and Continue for Three Days — in Multiples of 4,600 Votes Click to access 2020-GA-Pres.-Analysis-Sheet1.pdf

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Central High Football Resurgence

By Woody Jenkins, Editor • A few years ago, the Central High Wildcats traveled north for a big against West Monroe. As more than 120 West Monroe Rebels ran onto the field, one could sense what an extraordinary program the school had. The Wildcats brought 52 that night, and the game wasn’t close. A rule of […]

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Join Us for July 4 Celebration This Saturday at 12 Noon in Front of Governor’s Mansion

Join Us for July 4 Celebration This Saturday at 12 Noon in Front of Governor’s Mansion

PLEASE JOIN US FOR JULY 4th CELEBRATION – This Saturday, July 4 from 12 noon to 3 p.m. across from the Governor’s Mansion. Celebrate America and work to save America! MUSIC, FOOD, SPEECHES AND FUN! Sponsored by New Orleans radio host Jeff Croeure. Contributors include Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish, Chamber of Commerce […]

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Read Central City News for January 2020

Read Central City News for January 2020

READ THE CENTRAL CITY NEWS FOR JANUARY 2020 — Click here to read the print edition on line: https://centralcitynews.us/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/CCN-January-2020-SMALL.pdf — TOP NEWS STORIES • Sen. Bodi White of Central to Be Named Chairman of Powerful Senate Finance Committee • Committee Hears General Appropriations Bill and Capital Outlay Bill • Future Improvements at Central High School […]

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Central Voters Elect New Mayor, Police Chief, Five New Council Members; Runoff Is Dec. 8

After a raucous election campaign filled with charges and countercharges, voters in the City of Central went to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 6 and defeated all incumbents on the ballot — Mayor Jr. Shelton, Police Chief James Salsbury, Mayor Pro-Tem Kim Fralick, and Council members Shane Evans, Wayne Messina, and John Vance. Council member […]

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Read Central City News for March 22, 2018

Read Central City News for March 22, 2018

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Central’s New City Hall

The City of Central is expected to advertise for bids for a new City Hall located on the corner of Hooper and Sullivan roads, according to Mayor Jr. Shelton. The 17,000 square foot facility will run parallel to Sullivan. The front and rear of the building will look the same. It will include City Services, […]

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Noted M.D., Conservative Leader

Dr. Lawson Glynn Cox passed away in July at the age of 95. He was a well-known and respected local physician who resided in Baton Rouge for almost 60 years. Dr. Cox was a staunch conservative who could always be counted on to support conservative candidates and causes. He was born in a North Louisiana […]

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