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IBTS Wins New Five-Year Contract

IBTS, the non-profit organization that has provided city services to the people of Central for the past seven years, has been asked to continue serving the city for another five years. Central Mayor Jr. Shelton approved the selection of IBTS over the other bidder, CSRS, after IBTS’ bid was nearly $4 million less than CSRS. […]

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Artist Renderings of Central City Hall

The City of Central is preparing to build a new City Hall at the corner of Hooper and Sullivan roads. Since the city incorporated in 2005, City Hall has been located either in donated or leased space. Mayor Jr. Shelton said the $4.5 million facility will provide 17,000 square feet of space, mainly for Central […]

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13,000 Viewers for 1st Televised CHS Game

Central High narrowly lost its overtime battle against St. Amant Monday night at Dutchtown High School in a non-district game. But something perhaps more important was happening at the same time. The game was being broadcast live on the Internet — the first time a Central High School basketball game has ever been broadcast live […]

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Pops Plaza: New Retail Site on Joor Rd.

The David Family of David’s Mobil, corner Hooper and Joor roads, is launching a new retail shopping center for Central, a family spokesman said Tuesday. The shopping center, which will offer 15,000 to 20,000 square feet of shopping and offices, will be named Pops Plaza after James David, who passed away last year. Mr. David […]

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Central’s New City Hall

The City of Central is expected to advertise for bids for a new City Hall located on the corner of Hooper and Sullivan roads, according to Mayor Jr. Shelton. The 17,000 square foot facility will run parallel to Sullivan. The front and rear of the building will look the same. It will include City Services, […]

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Good Samaritan’s Arm Crushed While Helping Woman Change Tire on Joor Rd.

David Perkins, the 19-year-old son of former Rep. Tony Perkins and wife Lawana is apparently “a chip off the old block.” Last Friday, Perkins, who was scheduled to report for National Guard training in February, stopped to help a lady who had a flat fire on Joor Road. However, something went wrong, and the car […]

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A Look Back at Buckskin Bill, an Icon Who Entertained Generations in EBR

EDITOR’S NOTE: Baton Rouge television icon Bill Black, or Buckskin Bill, as he was known, passed away last week after more than 60 years’ service to the Baton Rouge community. Much has been written about Buckskin Bill since he died, but we wanted to offer a contemporary view of Buckskin when his show was in […]

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Ethaniel Rizan Seems Headed to 7’0”

Central High’s 6-10 basketball player Ethaniel Rizan, or E, loves basketball but that’s just one of his many interests. He played basketball and football in Biddy League, flag football, and now basketball at Central High. He has also enjoyed playing the drums in the Central High Band. His mom, Sarah Martin, who works for the […]

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Gentle Giant Brings Attention to CHS Frosh

Central High basketball coach Brian Hargroder has noticed the lanky young man on the freshman team who stands 6-10. “I think he will top 7-1,” coach Hargroder said, “but more than that, he’s a good kid.” His name is Ethaniel Rizan, also known as E or Ethan to family and friends. Coach Hargroder said, “Ethan […]

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Voters to Elect Mayor, Council, School Board

This year for the first time, elections for both the City of Central and the Central Community School Board will be held at the same election. Qualifying will be held July 18-20 for City of Central • Mayor • Police Chief • Five City Council members elected from five single-member districts • Two City Council […]

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Mayor Jr. Shelton on Christmas in Central

Central Mayor Jr. Shelton said in an interview that Saturday, Dec. 2 was one of the great days in the history of Central. “It was a wonderful time with beautiful weather, a big turnout for the Christmas Parade, the outstanding turnout for the Nick Tullier fundraiser, and 8,000 attending Christmas at Central Square!” Then the […]

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Snow Reminded Us How Beautiful Central Is

People outside Central know Central for its great public schools and low crime rate. It’s a wonderful place to live and work. “It’s our refuge,” some residents say. But Central has another important attribute that people outside Central seldom talk about — the great physical beauty of this part of East Baton Rouge Parish. Residents […]

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Tributes Pour in Honoring Supt. Mike Faulk

With the retirement of Central schools Supt. Mike Faulk coming Dec. 31, many leaders in the Central community are speaking out about Faulk and his record as superintendent. Here are some of their comments: Dr. Jim Gardner School Board Member The things I admire most about Mike Faulk are his ability to remove politics from […]

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