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Scott Wilson Passes Early Voting in Central for Fall

Voters in Central will be able to stay close to home and still participate in early voting, thanks to an ordinance approved by the Metro Council May 22. The Council voted for a proposal by East Baton Rouge Parish Mayor Pro-Tem Scott Wilson (R-Central) to provide up to $62,000 in one-time money to wire and […]

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Central Graduates 305

Central High School’s 107th graduating class was honored May 21 during Graduation ceremonies at the University Center at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond. A total of 297 seniors crossed the stage to received their diplomas as more than 4,000 family and friends watched. Eight other seniors earned their diplomas but were not able to attend. […]

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Central High Fishing Team Awards

The Central High School Fishing Team held their final tournament and recognized all team members. The team of Connor Rushing and Ethan Simon were honored at Central High’s Angler of the Year and Kingfisher of the Year. The team of Rushing and Simon earned 3rd Place in Louisiana’s Western Division in competition with other teams […]

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Central Private Now the Redhawks

Central Private School will now be known as the RedHawks. At a Mascot Reveal Celebration held on campus last week, school officials unveiled their new mascot selection. Since the school’s inception in 1967, Central Private has been known as the Rebels with Colonel Reb as their mascot. Earlier this year, the Central Private School Board […]

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Central-Istrouma Spring Game Shows Potential of Both Teams

The Central High football team, Coach Sid Edwards, and the Wildcat coaching staff helped bring varsity football back to Istrouma High School May 16 by participating in Istrouma’s Spring Game at the new Istrouma football field on Winbourne Avenue. It was the first varsity game or scrimmage for the Indians since 2013. Central’s Coach Sid […]

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Mike Forbes, Who Coached CHS To State Baseball Titles, Resigns

Central High head baseball coach Mike Forbes resigned last week after eight seasons and two State Championships. The veteran coach has accepted an offer to become head baseball coach at Brusly High. Forbes compiled a record of 149 wins, 134  losses, and one tie for the Wildcats. He said he is very grateful for the opportunity […]

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Supt. Fountain, Principal LaGroue Inspired Graduates to Be Their Very Best Every Day

In his address at Central High School Graduation Ceremonies in Hammond, Supt. Jason Fountain told graduates they don’t need a map for the rest of their lives because they already have a better tool — their internal compass. Dr. Fountain told the story of a master home builder who was retiring. He was very talented […]

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Congressman Graves Gives Central PD Flag Flown over Capitol in Washington

 Congressman Garret Graves presented the Central Police Department with an American Flag that was flown over the U. S. Capitol building in Washington. It was in honor of first responders. Central’s Chief of Police, Roger Corcorn accepted the flag.  DEMCO and Action Advertising donated a flag pole and necessary lighting for the flag to fly […]

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Wes Theriot New Athletic Director for CPS

Central Private School has promoted their current baseball coach, Wes Theriot, to the position of athletic director. This decision comes as Central Private prepares for its first season as a member of the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA). Coach Theriot joined Central Private in June 2018. His first year was exciting as he led […]

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Central High Passing of the Torch, New Tradition

At Central High Graduation ceremonies in Hammond, the Class of 2019 began a new traditional — the symbolic Passing of the Torch from one class to the next. On behalf of the Class of 2019, president Harlan Jerro and vice president Camille Provost passed the Torch to Class of 2020 president Andrew Medine and vice […]

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Highlights, Luke Miles’ Valedictory Address

 In his address at the 107th Central High Graduation, valedictorian Luke Miles reviewed the four years of the Class of 2019. He said, “We arrived here as nervous wrecks!” They were the first class to attend the Freshman Academy. The freshman year was one of Exploration, he said.  On the first day of their sophomore […]

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Democrats Have Yielded Their One Advantage

There was a time not so very long ago — 2016 — when Democrats in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives from conservative or middle-of-the-road states or districts could have it both ways. They could go to Washington and compile a very liberal voting record. Then at election time, they could miraculously change their […]

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Republicans Are Wrong About Early Childhood Ed

Parents have every right to send their children under 6 to daycare, pre-K, kindergarten, or preschool. And they have the right to keep them at home until the first grade if they desire. At least they have that right at present! Some people would like to make early institutionalization of children mandatory. Their idea is […]

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Charles, Nancy Valluzzo Honored for Service

St. Joseph Cathedral Parish has honored Charles and Nancy Valluzzo for their significant contributions in enriching the quality of life in Baton Rouge.  Rev. Paul Counce, cathedral pastor, bestowed the “Cathedral Community Award” upon the Valluzzos in recognition of their outstanding community involvement and philanthropy. Their work, especially on behalf of Catholic high school education […]

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Central High School Dental Assisting

 Several Central High students are on the fast track for careers in the dental field, thanks to the Dental Assisting Program at Central High School.  Those who complete the course will be eligible to take the certification exam offered by the Dental Assisting National Board.  Students can also opt to take an exam that is […]

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Clinkingbeard Receives His MD

Grant Dean Clinkingbeard received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans on May 16, 2019. He was hooded by his grandfather, Dr. Herschel B. Dean on May 15.  Dr. Clinkingbeard graduated from Central High School in 2011 and then continued to Baylor University in Waco, TX where he […]

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