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Central’s Great Birthday Bash July 15

The 12th anniversary of the creation of the City of Central will once again be celebrated this year with the great Central Birthday Bash, including a giant fireworks display. The event will be held from 5 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, July 15 at Wildcat Stadium, corner Hooper and Sullivan roads. If the past is […]

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Scalise: A Blue Collar Workhorse

When cable news networks carried the news on Thursday, June 15 that House Majority Whip Steve Scalise had been shot by an assassin targeting Republican Congressmen, many in Louisiana were heartsick. They know Scalise as a friend and colleague who is well-liked in both parties. Two journalists associated with this newspaper, columnist Jeff Crouere and […]

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Did DOTD Worsen Flooding By Building Wall along I-12?

The Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development and 20 DOTD contractors who constructed the wall that runs down the middle of I-12 have been sued by four local governments in Livingston Parish and a host of individual citizens in Livingston and Tangipahoa parishes. The wall, which varies from five to seven feet in height, was […]

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Pioneer Day at Tanglewood Elementary

Students in the Central Community School System missed many school days because of the flood last August. The impact was the greatest at Tanglewood Elementary School, which flooded and had to be completely rebuilt. Some of the schools’ special events had to be cancelled. That almost resulted in the cancellation of the Annual Pioneer Day […]

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Rev. Dennis Terry Leading Resurgence at Milldale Baptist Church North of Central

Since it was founded by Rev. Jimmy Robertson more than 50 years ago, Milldale Baptist Church has never been a typical church. Located in a sparsely-populated area north of Central and east of Zachary, Milldale was for many years the center of a worldwide ministry. Among other things, it was one of the largest publishers […]

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Vacation Bible School

Summer Bible School Berean Ministries Wednesdays thru August 2 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Berean Ministries, 6565 Morgan Rd. will host a Summer Bible School for kindergarden through 5th grade. It’s free! Call Pam at 241-2711 or the church at 261-1994. Vacation Bible School Zoar Baptist Church June 26 thru 30 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon […]

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Outstanding 1st Responders Honored

For more than 20 years, Sunrise Rotary Club of Baton Rouge has recognized an outstanding member on the staff of the first responder agencies in East Baton Rouge Parish. Every year during its weekly meeting before Memorial Day, Sunrise Rotarians acknowledge the dedicated service of the men and women who protect the citizens of East […]

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YR’s Honor Conservative Legislators

The new Capital City Young Republican Club honored four state legislators for the conservative stand they took on many of the important issues during the recent regular and special sessions of the Louisiana Legislature. Those receiving Outstanding Legislator Awards were: • Sen, Bodi White (R-Central) • Rep. Rick Edmonds (R-Baton Rouge) • Rep. Valarie Hodges […]

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Will BREC Move Zoo to Iberville Parish Line?

Now the Board of Commissioners of BREC is considering a plan to move the Baton Rouge Zoo from its home in North Baton Rouge to a site in the southern part of the parish, possibly near L’Auberge Casino on the Iberville Parish line — 22.7 miles and at least 34 minutes from the zoo’s present […]

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Rep. Hodges Passes Landmark Flood Plan Bill

Rep. Valarie Hodges (R-Central) authored landmark legislation during the recent Regular Session that could have a dramatic effect on preventing future flooding not only in East Baton Rouge Parish but throughout Louisiana. HB 691, which is awaiting the governor’s signature, requires the state to establish a comprehensive statewide floodplain management plan to be established by […]

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A Way of Life: Gone with the Flood

Over the years I’ve written many stories. This one is the most difficult I’ve ever written. The past two years have changed my life forever. A life threatening illness and the devastating flood of August 2016. That flood forever changed the face of Central, Greenwell Springs and our surrounding areas. Lives were changed, never to […]

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