Read April 18 Edition of Capital City News

Read April 18 Edition of Capital City News

• Disappearing Children: Where Have All the Children Gone? Since 1970, EBR’s Population Grew from 285,167 to 440,171; Yet, the Number of Children in the Parish FELL
• Livingston and Ascension Parishes Have Added 25,000 Children Age 5-17
• Can Proposed SE BR District Community School System Bring Families Back to EBR?
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• Prostitution on Plank Road: An Open Secret

• House Committee Wednesday Approved Seven Bills to Protect Right to Keep and Bear Arms

• Capital Radio Wars: Part IV – Afternoon Drive: Large Audience on Their Way Home from Work
• Antique Car Show at Towne Center
• Health & Fitness Guide: Local Plant Nurseries Can Help You Launch a Healthier Lifestyle Working in Your Garden
• With Potting Soil and Best Varieties, You Too Can Have a Bumper Crop
• Plant World on Greenwell Springs Road Offers 45 Years of Expertise and Personal Attention
• Trigger Point Dry Needling for Pain Now Offered by Moreau Physical Therapy
• Lane Regional Recognizes Outstanding Employees
• Dr. Steve Weilbacher Offers Free Screening for Oral Cancer and Free LUMISmile Digital Makeover April 24
• What’s Coming Up in Health and Fitness
• Red Stick Farmers Market Offers Fresh, Locally-Grown Whole Food
• Galen Iverstine of Central Developed Love of Farming
• Istrouma Indians Hold Pow Wow at Frank Parker’s Place
• Things to Do, Places to Go, People to See Around Capital City
• Father Mike Moroney of St. Alphonsus Named Nation’s Distinguished Pastor of 2013 by National Catholic Educators Association.
• Only One of Top School Districts in BR Area Has Magnet Schools
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