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Republican Party Endorses Parishwide Officials

The Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish has voted to endorse four parishwide officials: •Sheriff Sid Gautreaux •Assessor Brian Wilson •Clerk of Court Doug Welborn •Coroner Dr. Beau Clark All four have Democratic opponents who have been endorsed by the Democratic Party. The GOP said, “We are blessed in East Baton Rouge Parish to […]

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GOP Endorsements for Oct. 12

The Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish has made its first round of endorsements. These endorsements are for races where there is only one major Republican in the race. Next week, the party said it will issue endorsements where two or more Republicans are running. The GOP endorsed the four parishwide Republican elected officials […]

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Eddie Rispone Will Make a Great Governor

Very few Louisiana governors have been elected from Baton Rouge. Only one governor in living memory had his roots here, and most of our residents don’t even know it. Dave Treen was raised in North Baton Rouge and attended Istrouma Elementary School. His mother taught at Istrouma High School before the family moved to Jefferson […]

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50 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? Then here are 50 things you should know: ­—1— When did Europeans first explore […]

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Central Football Is Back

 The Central High Wildcats are off to a fast start with high-scoring victories in the jamboree, a 28-6 win over Livonia, and the first game of the year, a 50-7 victory over Mentorship Academy. Central coach Sid Edwards was beaming this week over the start of the season but even more because of his new […]

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Central Area to Help Elect Two Judges To District Bench from Northern Parish

 Before qualifying began, political pundits said the election of two new District Court judges from the northern district of the parish (Baker, Central, and Zachary) would go strictly down racial lines, creating a virtual dead heat that could go either way. Now that qualifying is closed and candidates are out there campaigning, something rather unexpected […]

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Campaign 2019 Underway

Qualifying ended Aug. 8 for the Oct. 12 election. In parishwide races, Sheriff Sid Gautreaux, a Republican, is favored over his two Democratic opponents, Carlos Jean and Mark Milligan. Assessor Brian Wilson, a Republican, has drawn a challenge from Democrat Jonathan Holloway, Sr. Clerk of Court Doug Welborn, a Republican and former Metro Councilman from […]

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Sheriff Gautreaux Reminisces on Early Days In Law Enforcement as Deputy, Police Chief

While Sheriff Sid Gautreaux was at the East Baton Rouge Parish Clerk of Court’s office to qualify for reelection, the Sheriff granted the Central City News an informal interview while doing his qualifying paperwork. His wife Suzi and Clerk of Court Doug Welborn participated in the interview. CCN: Sheriff, you might be able to solve […]

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Chamber EBR Recommends Priorities for Next Mayor-President and Metro Council Members

In 2012, a handful of small business owners created the Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge Parish. It was intended to be a conservative, free enterprise voice for small business owners throughout the parish. Today, more than 300 small business owners participate in the activities of the ChamberEBR. The “new” Chamber has often found […]

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Central City News Wins 1st Place Awards From Press Association in 19 Categories

The Central City News published by Community Press, LLC, once again dominated the Better Newspaper Awards competition conducted by the 110 newspapers of the Louisiana Press Association. The newspaper won 19 first-place awards in competition with community newspapers across Louisiana. Central City News editor Woody Jenkins said, “It is gratifying to be honored by our […]

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Sadie Melancon Was Born July 26

Brandon and Jaime (Guidry) Melancon are proud to announce the birth of their second daughter, Sadie James Melancon.   Sadie James arrived July 26, 2019, at Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge at 6:40 p.m. She weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces andwas  21.5 inches long.   Sadie James was welcomed by proud big sister Amelia Rose, […]

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Mayra Ann Liles Arrived July 12

Shane and Lindsey Liles are excited to announce the birth of their daughter, Myra Ann Liles.  She arrived at 7:06 a.m. on July 12, 2019, at Woman’s Hospital.  She weighed 6 pounds and 15 ounces and was 19 inches long. She was welcomed by big sisters Nora and Clara. Proud grandparents are Al and Kaye […]

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Isaiah Andries Of Central Rises To Eagle Scout

Isaiah Jeffery Andries started in Cub Scouts as a Wolf Scout 11 years ago in 2008, when he was in 2nd grade, becoming a Bear Scout in 3rd grade, and then a Webelos his 4th and 5th grade years.  He crossed the bridge earning his Arrow of Light rank and preceded into Boy Scouts in […]

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Letter to the Editor on Central City News

Dear Editor, The Central City News under the leadership of its editor Woody Jenkins had a significant part in creating the City of Central and the Central Community School System.  I agree with you (City of Central Founder Looks Back, CCN, July 25, 2019) that a hardy band of Central residents led by Russell Starns […]

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