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City of Central Founder Russell Starns Looks Back on Battle for Incorporation

Starting a new city is one of the most difficult things anyone can undertake in the State of Louisiana, but a hardy band of Central residents led by Central businessman Russell Starns did just that in 2004-2005. Starns, a 1975 graduate of Central High School where he was a star football player, became successful in […]

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Legislature Funds Hooper Road Widening from Sullivan to Greenwell Springs Road

The Louisiana Legislature has approved funding to complete four-laning of Hooper Road in Central — not only from Blackwater to Sullivan but also from Sullivan to Greenwell Springs Road. New funding, not previously reported by the media, was in the state capital outlay, Sen. Bodi White said in an interview with the Central City News. […]

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Central Schools’ Student Enrollment to Experience Slow Growth Between Now and 2030, Study Says

A demographic study commissioned by the Central Community School Board shows student enrollment in Central’s five public schools is likely to grow over the next 12 years, although slowly. The school system will grow by less than two percent a year or 800 to 1,000 students by 2030, according to Michael Hefner, chief demographer of […]

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Malapportionment of Judicial Sub-Districts Could Give Dems 10 of 15 District Judgeships

BATON ROUGE — Chaos has reigned in judicial circles in East Baton Rouge Parish in recent weeks, as some sitting district judges have realized that their seemingly safe judicial seats aren’t safe at all, others have simply felt it is time to retire, and some attorneys have sensed the winds of opportunity blowing. Although they […]

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12 Elected Officials Who Helped Shape Central

 On the 14th anniversary of the founding of the City of Central, the cover of the Central City News honors 12 elected officials — living and dead — who have made an enormous contribution of the City of Central as we know it today. There are others who have also done a great deal to […]

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10 More Things You Should Know About Central, Especially if You Live Here!

Do you live, go to school, or work in Central?  Do you have family here? Are you thinking of starting a business in Central?  Or do you just want to understand more about the City of Central and its 28,000 people? Last year, the Central City News’ 13th City of Central Anniversary Edition, published, “50 […]

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Why We Need Books… Even More Now in Digital Age

A consultant speaking to the Central Community School Board at a recent meeting discussed school design, libraries, and the need for books. He described books as “clutter”!  Several board members frowned.  Perhaps many young people growing up today with iPads, iPhones, computers, and other devices might well agree — books are nothing more than musty […]

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Sen. White: Short Fuse for Use Of $1.325 Million for City Hall

Sen. Bodi White has secured a total of $1.325 million in state funds to be used for construction of a new City Hall or administrative building for the City of Central. He said these funds must be used for construction, not land acquisition. However, in an interview with the Central City News, Sen. White made […]

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CHS 1st Annual Football Kick Off

All past, present and future Central Wildcat football players and supporters are invited to help kick off the 2019 season by coming out to the 1st Annual Kick-Off Dinner on Saturday, Aug. 17 in the Central Middle School Dining Hall. Doors will open at 6 p.m.  All former players, coaches, cheerleaders, band members, Silks, Kittens […]

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Heroic Sea Rescue by Central Private Grads

Three members of the Tran Family, from Nashville, and an unidentified male teenager were rescued from drowning last month by three of Central Private’s 2019 graduates who were on their Senior Trip in Destin.  A mother, Tiffany Tran, 50, and her two children; Ryan Tran, 17, Kaitlin Tran, 21, and the unidentified teen were swept […]

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Clerk of Court Announces Need For Election Commissioners

Clerk of Court Doug Welborn needs commissioners to work at polling precincts on Election Day. New precincts will soon be added for the first time in several years and the pool of commissioners will have to grow with the additions. “We are always seeking new commissioners, but the addition of the new locations puts us […]

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Mayor: Central to Fix Budget

The Central City Council rejected Mayor David Barrow’s $8.6 million city budget in June over a dispute involving spending by the Central Police Department As a result, the city has been operating since the beginning of the fiscal year, July 1, without an official budget. Under state law, when a budget has not been approved […]

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Lance Butler Buys Zachary Feed Store

Zachary Feed and Seed has a new owner — Lance Butler of Sullivan Hardware in Central. Now the store is getting an interior facelift and expansion of retail products for customers.  New owner Lance Butler took over and started eagerly greeting customers. Butler intends to continue the same philosophy he has had in the hardware […]

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New DEMCO CEO Discusses Reforms

New DEMCO CEO and general manager Randy Pierce was introduced to the Baton Rouge community at the Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge Parish last month. Pierce took over daily operations of the electric cooperative late last year at what he characterized as a “time of crisis.” Since then, he has been reviewing daily […]

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Central City Needs a Strong Police Department

The City Budget of the City of Central was voted down last month by the City Council over a dispute involving a small amount of money in the budget of the Central Police Department. While the amount in question was small, it is important for the Mayor and Council to decide just what the role […]

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Transgender Ordinance Ignores Rights of Majority

The Progressive Social Network and the Baton Rouge Area Chamber were planning a push last week to amend the Parish Plan of Government and pass an ordinance to enact special rights for the LGBTQ movement that would impinge on the rights of other citizens.  The legislation would have had many consequences including such bizarre practices as […]

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