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Central Marine Buried/Marine Lance Cpl. Taylor Conrad Known for Big Heart

Thousands of Central and Zachary residents turned out this week to mourn the passing of Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Taylor Conrad, who was killed in a helicop- ter training mission in California. Conrad was a highly respected 2012 graduate of Central High School, where he played football, baseball, powerlifting, and wrestling. Despite his tough exterior, […]

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Death of Young Marine from Central Leaves Community with Grief, Pride

For Central High head football coach Sid Edwards, the death of Taylor Conrad was deep and personal. The world knows Lance Cpl. Conrad as a Marine, but Coach Sid knows him as one of his players, a player who made a special connection with the coach, who has two autistic boys. Taylor Conrad loved kids […]

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How Conservatives, NBR Leaders United To Stop BREC from Moving Zoo to SBR

If you have a few minutes, go to the AppStore on your iPhone and download a “QR Code Reader.” It will allow you to point your phone at the QR code in the upper right of this article and click. This will activate a video that will start playing on your phone. This particular video […]

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Louisiana Democrats Move Forward With State Gun Control Legislation

Three strong gun advocates told the Ronald Reagan Newsmaker Luncheon that legislation being pushed by Democrats in the state House and Senate threaten the right to keep and bear arms in Louisiana. A total of 11 bills, all by Democratic senators and representatives, would shoot holes in gun rights, they said. Of even greater concern […]

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Repeal the Second Amendment! Says Democratic State Chairman

Controversy has been swirling around the chairman of the Louisiana Democratic Party as a result of her call for the repeal of the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. For advocates of the right to keep and bear, nothing could be more controversial. The Democratic official, Sen. Karen Carter Peterson, is not only state party […]

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Festival of Two Rivers April 27-29

The Festival of Two Rivers returns to the City of Central Friday, April 27 to Sunday, April 29 at St. Alphonsus Church. The three-day event is packed with something for everyone: • Entertainment will include the ever popular Chee Weez on Friday, and Burn House on Saturday night. • Supper on Saturday night will be […]

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Central High School Students Training to Be EMS and First Responders Right Out of High School

If a student wants to pursue a profession in the medical field, Central High School’s first responder and EMT classes are a popular choice. The classes are taught by EMT and first responder Bryan Hutson. The first responder class is offered to sophomores and juniors, and it is a prerequisite for the EMT class, which […]

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Greenwell Springs Youth Riders Rodeo Coming to Central May 4-5

The rodeo is coming to town! In fact, it’s the 60th Annual Rodeo sponsored by the Greenwell Springs Youth Riders Friday, May 4 and Saturday, May 5 at the BREC Shady Park Arena, 7585 Shady Park off Greenwell Springs Road. The action begins Friday night at 6 p.m. with live music by Clifton Brown and […]

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EBR Democratic Committee Ousts Parish Chairman in Unusual Move

In an unusual move, the East Baton Rouge Democratic Parish Executive Committee has voted to oust the Parish Democratic Chairman. Former BESE member Carolyn Hill, who has served as parish leader of the party since 2017, was removed during what she characterized as an illegal meeting of the parish executive committee. Hill said that under […]

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White Democrats a Dying Breed in Louisiana

An analysis of voter registration in Louisiana since the 2000 Presidential Primary shows a remarkable decline in the number of white Democrats in the state. In fact, it would be fair to say white Democrats are fleeing the Democratic Party by the hundreds of thousands. While there has been modest growth in voter registration by […]

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Long-Time Employee Buys Militello’s

Clyde Lawrence came to Baton Rouge from North Louisiana and began working at Militello’s Shoe Repair in 1976. Now he and his wife Jerri have purchased the business from the Militello family. Militello’s is located on Corporate Boulevard across from Whole Foods. Militello’s repairs and cleans men’s shoes. They also repair the heels of women’s […]

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Chief Salsbury Intervenes to Save Neighbor From Gunman

Central police chief James Salsbury was working in his yard when he heard gunshots from this neighbor’s house across the street. He jumped inside his own home to grab a gun and badge. As Salsbury ran across the street, the neighbor was staggering out his front door covered with blood. The chief thought he had […]

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Central Schools Safest

The Central Community School System is the safest place for your children to go to school in Louisiana, according to an organization that compiles data on schools nationwide. The data showed Central rated No. 1 with an A+ for safety, followed by 2. Zachary, 3. Apprenticeship Academy in Baton Rouge, 4. DeSoto Parish, 5. Friends […]

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City Hall Is First Step Toward Town Center

Central Mayor Jr. Shelton said building the new Central City Hall at the corner of Hooper and Sullivan roads is important right now because it will be the anchor of the new Town Center. “Eight years of planning have been put into the Town Center, but until we build City Hall, Town Center cannot proceed.” […]

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