Read Capital City News for October 2014

Read Capital City News for October 2014


• Appeal Filed with 1st Circuit Court of Appeal on Mall Annexation
• Three-Way Battle for U. S. Senate: Cassidy, Landrieu and Maness

• Sample Ballot for Nov. 4
• Early Voting is Oct. 21-28

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• Editorial: It Comes Down to Louisiana and Its Senate Seat

• Candidates for Judgeships Speak at Chamber EBR Luncheon
• Voters in Central Will Help Elect Five New Judges
• Meet Candidates for District, Juvenile, and Family Court Judge
• EBR GOP Endorses Six Judge Candidates
• Talented Group of Republican Candidates Think One of Them Can Defeat Edwards
• Parkview Baptist Homecoming
• Parkview Inducts New Members of Hall of Fame
• Ronald Reagan Newsmaker Luncheon Planned for Noon on Oct. 14
• Next Chamber EBR Luncheon at Noon on Oct. 28
• Handicaps Didn’t Stop CHS Student from Achieving Dream of a Lifetime
• What’s Happening in and Around the Capital
• GOP Endorses Two EBR School Board Members for Reelection
• Editor Enjoys 50 Years in Media, Politics
• Lane Home Health Celebrates 30 Years in Central Area
• Family Forum Looks at Congressional Race
• Chris Cooke to Be Missionary in Prague
• Columbus Day Festival Sunday, Oct. 12 at Belle Atrium

The Capital City News and Central City News are published on the 1st Thursday of the month.  The Central Wildcat is published on the 3rd Thursday August through May.

• 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.  Winner of the Freedom of Information Award, the highest award given by the Louisiana Press Association.  1st Place for Best News Coverage, Louisiana Press Association.  

• Community Press, LLC Creates Specialty Publications. For information, call 225-921-1433.

• Central City News and Capital City News are now accepting newspaper inserts. For information, call 225-921-1433
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The Central City News provides objective, award-winning coverage of news about Central. It is published at the same time as its sister publication, the Capital City News, which covers Baton Rouge and St. George. The combined circulation this week is 20,000 copies with total readership estimated at over 45,000. We hope to build stronger communities 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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