Opinion: Left Wants You to Live in Yesterday or Tomorrow, Not Today

The American economy is the greatest in the history of our country! Record low unemployment for all of our citizens.  The lowest unemployment rates in history for black Americans and women. Record high stock market. Business booming and getting better. People who are working have more money in their pockets that ever. Our gross domestic […]

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Clerk of Court Doug Welborn Discusses Work Of His Office

East Baton Rouge Parish Clerk of Court Doug Welborn explained the workings of his office before the Ronald Reagan Newsmaker Luncheon. The entire event was broadcast by Capital City News and is available online. Welborn reviewed how he inherited a troubled office 27 years ago with the previous clerk going to prison, a $750,000 deficit […]

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Real Time Crime Center

By next year, law enforcement officers on their way to a crime scene in East Baton Rouge Parish could be much better prepared for whatever awaits them. Baton Rouge Police Chief Murphy Paul says an officer typically has only two to three minutes from the time he is dispatched until he reaches the call. Too […]

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Istrouma Football Team Spends Day with Central High Players, Coaches

Two weeks ago, the entire Istrouma High football team got on a school bus and rode to Central High, where they spent most of a day, observing an A school (as determined by the State Department of Education) and making new friends. The Istrouma athletes were paired up with boys who play the same position […]

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Old Rivalries to Be Renewed at Istrouma High’s New Stadium

The Central Wildcats face the Istrouma Indians in this year’s Spring Football Game at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 16 at the Istrouma field on Winbourne Avenue. Central High head coach Sid Edwards is hoping Wildcat fans will turn out in large numbers not only to support Central but to help Istrouma raise much needed funds […]

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When We Compare Our Gifts and Talents

Graduation is a time when we compare our gifts and talents.  Someone is named valedictorian.  Someone else is elected president of the student body.  A beautiful young lady is named Homecoming Queen. An outstanding football player is selected MVP or chosen for the All-State team. Students are selected for athletic and academic scholarships. The honors […]

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DEMCO Electric Essay Contest Winners

Local high school students Eric Ho, Lindsay Miller, Rhianna San Soucie and Ethan Savario each won an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., this June as the 2019 winners of DEMCO’s Rural Electric Youth Tour Essay Contest. The Youth Tour Essay Contest is an annual event that this year included essay entries from students throughout […]

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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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Central Pharmacy: 180 Years’ Experience

The three full-time pharmacists at Central Pharmacy, 9952 Sullivan Road, and their senior clerk, Barbara Sonnier, are fixtures in the Central community. They know just about everyone on a first name basis, and there’s little wonder that they do! After all, they have a combined 180 years in the pharmacy business! Their friendly manner, concern […]

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Gov. Edwards Addresses Press at City Club

Gov. John Bel Edwards listed his accomplishments in office in a speech to members of the Louisiana Press Association at their annual meeting held at the City Club in Baton Rouge. Central City News editor Woody Jenkins asked the governor if President Trump has been cooperative in working with him in the interests of Louisiana. […]

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