Read Central City News for October 2013

Read Central City News for October 2013

Read CENTRAL CITY NEWS for October 2013.   Click below to access print edition

• CH2MHILL Agrees to Turn Over Records Sought by Central City News
• CH2MHILL Pays Newspaper’s Attorney Fees
• CCN v. CH2MHILL Strengthens Citizens Rights to Access Public Records in a Privatized City
• Central City News’ 3-1/2 Year Battle Shows High Cost of Protecting People’s Right to Know
• A David vs. Goliath Case with High Stakes
• Justice Antonin Scalia to Speak in Baton Rouge Next Friday
• Family Forum Recognizes Lawmakers for Their Pro-Family Voting Records
• Sheriff Seeks Tax Renewal Oct. 19
• Maury Drummond Is Retiring After Lifetime Spent Honoring Veterans
• Catholic-Parkview Game Matched Two of Louisiana’s Powerhouses
• Central High Bears McKinley 42-15
• Italian Americans to Honor Columbus at Big ‘Festa’ Oct. 20
• Central Pushes Breast Cancer Awareness
• Gordon Hutchinson, Sr. Passes Away at Age 91
• What’s Happening in Baton Rouge Area

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• Recent honors and awards: Central City News, 1st Place in Louisiana for General Excellence and 1st Place for Best News Coverage from Louisiana Press Association. Capital City News: 1st Place in Louisiana for Investigative Reporting and 1st Place for Best Front Page.

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The Central City News is published monthly on the first Thursday of the month (except January when it is on the second Thursday). It strives to provide objective, award-winning coverage of news about Central. It is published at the same time as its sister publication, the Capital City News. All advertising is included in both papers. The combined circulation this week is over 20,000 copies with total readership estimated at over 45,000. We hope to build a stronger community and provide the information you need to make decisions as a citizen. Your ideas and suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Best email:

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