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Christmas Under the Oaks Monday, Dec. 22

Christmas Under the Oaks Monday, Dec. 22

Central’s 1st Annual Christmas under the Oaks will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 22.  The communitywide event will include a spectacular computerized light and music show featuring Judy Pancoast, as see sings to the lights. Spectators will gath-er under the oak trees in front of the Central School Complex facing Sullivan Road.  [...]

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Central High School Captures Christmas Spirit

Central High School Captures Christmas Spirit

A Message from David Prescott, Principal at Central High School… Toy Drive. It’s Christmas time again and for the students of Central High School, it is a wonderful opportunity to take the less fortunate in our local community under our paw. Special thanks to Dr. Janet Stevens of the School Board office for providing the [...]

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Read Central Wildcat for Dec. 18

Read Central Wildcat for Dec. 18

Here are the headlines from today’s edition:    • Christmas Under the Oaks – Christmas light and sound show under the oaks facing Sullivan Road at the Central School Complex at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 22    • Christmas Parade Highlights Activities of Central Students    • Early Dismissal for Exams This Thursday-Friday    [...]

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10th Anniversary Central Directory To Honor City’s Founding in 2005

10th Anniversary Central Directory To Honor City’s Founding in 2005

The theme of the 2015 edition of the Central Community Directory & Yellow Pages will be the 10th Anniversary of the founding of the City of Central in 2005. The directory is the authoritative, go-to source for names, addresses, and phone numbers for residents and businesses in Central, and the Yellow Pages have all Central businesses [...]

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2014 Central Christmas Parade Album No. 2

2014 Central Christmas Parade Album No. 2

Central High School played a major role in this year’s Central Christmas Parade.  Once again, the parade include the Central High School Band, football team, cheerleaders, Kittens, Silks, and Jr. ROTC. Most members of the 2014 Central High Homecoming Court also rode in convertibles in the parade. Find yourself or family members in Christmas Parade [...]

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2014 Central Christmas Parade – Album No. 1

2014 Central Christmas Parade – Album No. 1

More than 3,000 people watched the 28th Annual Central Christmas Parade along Joor Road in the City of Central.  It is a family tradition in Central and loved by people from throughout the area. The parade included 60 floats, vehicles, and marching units. Find yourself or family members in Christmas Parade Album No. 1 by [...]

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Check Listing to See If La. State Treasury Is Holding Unclaimed Property for You

Check Listing to See If La. State Treasury Is Holding Unclaimed Property for You

LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF ABANDONED OR UNCLAIMED PROPERTY IN EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH The names listed below have been reported to the Louisiana Department of the Treasury as being persons possibly entitled to unclaimed funds subject to the provisions of LSA-R.S. 9:151-181, Uniform Unclaimed [...]

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Visit of KCS Christmas Train

Visit of KCS Christmas Train

The Kansas City Southern’s Christmas Train visited Baton Rouge last Friday, and more than 3,000 area residents climbed aboard to enjoy the unique Christmas experience offered by the railroad. The train, which resembles the Polar Express, is decorated inside and out.  Touring the inside is an exciting experience but even the outside warms the hearts [...]

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Thomas Eddlemon Named to Academic All-District Team

Thomas Eddlemon Named to Academic All-District Team

Hendrix College Sophomore Linebacker Thomas Eddlemon has been named to the 2014 NCAA Division III Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District V Team, CoSIDA officials announced. CoSIDA is the College Sports Information Directors of America. Thomas is a native of Baton Rouge and a graduate of Central High School. He currently leads the Warrior Football team in [...]

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Tax Would Beef Up One-Man Fire Stations

Tax Would Beef Up One-Man Fire Stations

Voters in Central will consider whether to raise property taxes for fire protection when they go to the polls on Saturday, Dec. 6. The Central Fire Protection District is proposing an additional 4.25 mill tax to fund adding more firefighters. Currently, Central has five fire stations.  Three of them are one-man stations, meaning that they [...]

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Runoff Election Set This Saturday

Louisiana voters will go to the polls statewide this Saturday to choose candidates in runoff elections.  The only race statewide will be for U.S. Senate between incumbent Sen. Mary Landrieu (D) and her challenger, Congressman Bill Cassidy (R). The third place candidate, Col. Rob Maness, has endorsed Cassidy, and Cassidy has a wide lead in [...]

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Bill Cassidy Asks For Support from La. Conservatives

Bill Cassidy Asks For Support from La. Conservatives

Former Rep. Woody Jenkins has announced he is endorsing Dr. Bill Cassidy for United States Senate in the Dec. 6 runoff against Sen. Mary Landrieu. Jenkins and Cassidy met Thursday in Baton Rouge. Jenkins, who received 847,000 votes, or 49.8 percent in the run off against Landrieu in 1996, said, “Bill Cassidy has been a [...]

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New Physician Joins Lane’s Zachary Team

New Physician Joins Lane’s Zachary Team

Dr. Jason Beeharilal, specializing in Internal Medicine and Medical Aesthetics services, has opened Premier Wellness Associates, 4727 West Park Drive, Suite B, in Zachary, on Lane’s campus. Earning his medical degree from Howard College of Medicine in 2001—at the age of 23—“Dr. Bee,” as his patients fondly call him, began his Internal Medicine residency training [...]

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Retired Banker Van Guarino Passes Away

Retired Banker Van Guarino Passes Away

Central resident Van Guarino, age 76, passed away at his home on Saturday. Guarino was a retired banker who was active in civic affairs in the City of Central. He is survived by his loving wife of 55 years, Artina Rae Noto Guarino; children, Henry Guarino and Denise Kennedy, Van and Laura Guarino, and Judy [...]

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70,000 Expected for BR Christmas Parade

70,000 Expected for BR Christmas Parade

The 64th Annual Cortana Kiwanis Downtown Christmas Parade will roll through Downtown Baton Rouge Saturday, Dec. 13 at 5:30 p.m. More than 70,000 people are expected to watch the parade live and thousands will enjoy it on television through the holiday season. Organizers say the parade is a celebration and a great way to connect with [...]

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