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Co-Founder of CAYL J. W. Kelly Laid to Rest

John Wilks (J.W.) Kelly, Jr., a native of Baton Rouge and long-time resident of Central, died on Sunday, May 15, 2016  in Daytona Beach, FL. He was 93 years old. On Nov. 28, 1942, he married  his high school sweetheart and the love of his life, Joyce Montgomery Kelly. In 1943, J.W. and Joyce graduated from […]

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Lady Wildcats Summer Basketball

The Central High School Lady Wildcats basketball team is in the midst of a busy summer in preparation for next season. They began one of four competitive college camps, playing at McNeese State on Saturday, June 4 and won two of four games. The girls will also participate in competitive team camps at UNO, ULL, […]

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Dr. Josh Parker Begins Orthodontics Practice

Dr. Josh Parker of Parker Orthodontics was born and raised in Baton Rouge. He graduated from Central Private High School and received his undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences from LSU. He earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the LSU School of Dentistry. While in school, Dr. Parker was a member of several honor […]

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Dr. Tony LoBue Gets New Associate

Dr. Daniellé White has joined the staff at Crossroads Animal Hospital, led by Dr. Tony LoBue, local veterinarian and former Central City Councilman. Dr. White graduated from Biloxi High School in Biloxi, MS, in 2003. She attended Mississippi State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology in 2008. After completing her undergraduate […]

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Dearman’s to Re-Open in Bocage Center

When William Dearman opened Dearman’s Drug Store in 1960 in what was then the Twin Cedars Shopping Center, he specialized in the personal touch. For 40 years, customers, their children, and their grandchildren came to know Mr. Dearman and his staff for their service and friendly advice. In 1960, a lot of drugstores still had […]

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Central Mom Begins Practice of Medicine

Years of sacrifice and hard work are finally paying off for Amanda and Neal Watts, both 2002 graduates of Central High School. During her high school years, you might have watched Amanda play for the Lady Wildcats softball team.  Or she might have waited on you at Indian Mound Grocery Store, which is owned by […]

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Galen, Angela Iverstine to Bring Products From Their St. Helena Farm to Tables of BR

In 2009, Central High School grad Galen Iverstine earned his degree in political science from LSU and considered three options — military service, law school, or graduate school.  During a school project, he became aware of the environmental, social, and economic impact of today’s industrialized food system and how it has marginalized family farms over […]

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Sen. Jeff Sessions Would Be Excellent for VP

People Are Wondering who Donald Trump will choose for Vice President. Sen. Jeff Sessions would be a great choice. First, let me discuss two myths that are widely believed. •Myth No. 1 – If we nominate so-and-so, we will carry a certain state. The usual suspect this time is John Kasich. If we just nominate […]

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Birthday Bash Set July 16 at Stadium

Central will celebrate the 11th anniversary of the founding of the City of Central with a giant Birthday Bash beginning at 6 p.m. on Saturday, July 16 at Wildcat Stadium. The night will include music, fireworks and children’s activities. See DiscoverCentral.net.

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Sen. Bodi White Hoping to Unite Central This Fall

Sen. Bodi White, a native of Central, announced his candidacy for Mayor-President in the Nov. 8 primary at a well-attended news conference where many local political leaders endorsed his bid for the parish’s highest office. White’s strategy for the primary involves uniting voters in Central and in Southeast Baton Rouge which he represents in the […]

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