READ CAPITAL CITY NEWS FOR MAY 25, 2017 Graduation Edition — Click Here: capitalcitynews.us/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Cap-City-News-5-25-17-SMALL-24-pages.pdf • Top stories in this paper • Proposed Gasoline Tax Will Cost Motorists $6 Billion • How EBR Legislators Voted on Key Issues This Session • Reginald Douglas: New Principal at Istrouma High School • Mid-City Spot Shows Potential of Baton Rouge Canals • Central Honors Beloved Citizen, James David of David's Mobil • Black Leaders, Republican Leaders Meet, Work to Prevent Violence After Department of Justice Verdict • Central High Scored Four Runs in 4th Inning to Secure Baseball Championship • Photos: Construction of New Istrouma High School on Track to Meet August 9 Opening • Newspaper to Broadcast High School Football Games • East Baton Rouge Homeschool Honor Society • Summer Publication of Capital City News • GOP Organizes Capital City Young Republican Club • Stations of the Cross Takes Beautiful Route through Downtown Baton Rouge • Joseph Schopp Signs with Baton Rouge Community College • Episcopal grad Olivia Broderick Earns Law Degree from Washington and Lee University School of Law • Central Homeschool Graduates of 2017
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• Recent honors and awards: Capital City News: 1st Place in Louisiana for General Excellence, Louisiana Press Association. Central City News: Named one of four Best Community Newspapers in America by National Newspaper Association. Twice winner of the Freedom of Information Award, the highest award given by the Louisiana Press Association. 1st Place for Best Investigative Reporting, Best News Story, Best News Photo, Best Regular Column, Best Graphic Design, Louisiana Press Association.
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CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL HEADS TO STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. The Wildcats won their semi-final game Friday night 4-1 over Sam Houston! On Saturday night, watch Central play West Monroe for the State Championship LIVE on Central City News on Facebook. Live video coverage by Jolice Provost of Central City News. ... See MoreSee Less
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL HEADS TO STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. The Wildcats won their semi-final game Friday night 4-1 over Sam Houston! On Saturday night, watch Central play West Monroe for the State Championship...
Listen to Health Lines hosted by Woody Jenkins on Radio Baton Rouge. Interview with Dr. Randy Lamartiniere and Lou Banas. Dr. Randy is an internal medicine physician who is offering a new health plan that allows patients to have unlimited office visits for one monthly fee. He also makes house calls like the old country doctor. Lou Banas offers a cold laser device which is very effective in treating pain. Also listen to Radio Baton Rouge at 95.1 FM in Southeast Baton Rouge or online at radiobatonrouge.com