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Endorsements for U. S. Congress, Mayor, Police Chief, City Council

In this edition of the Central City News, we are proud to endorse the following candidates: Congress – 6th District Garret Graves (R) Mayor of Central Jr. Shelton (R) Police Chief James Salsbury (R) Central Council at Large (vote for two) Wayne Messina (R) Kim Powers (R) District 1 Charles Habig (D) or Aaron Moak […]

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One Month Remains For Voters to Decide Direction of Central

Voters in Central have a month to decide how to vote in the Tuesday, Nov. 6 election, which will decide the direction of the City of Central for years to come. On the ballot will be the election of • Mayor of City of Central • Central Police Chief • Seven members of the Central […]

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Central Wildcats Rise to 2-0 in District 4-5A

It was obvious in the Jamboree that this year’s Central Wildcats had talent. They defeated a highly-touted St. Amant team 12-0. Then the Wildcats gave nationally-ranked Dunham a run for their money but narrowly lost 36-34. Up next was Dutchtown, another good team and another narrow loss, 16-13. Then Jesuit came to town and beat […]

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Central High Homecoming Honors New Queen, Court

Central High principal Brandon LaGroue crowned Taliyah Joseph as the Wildcats’ 2018 Homecoming Queen during half-time ceremonies at the Belaire-Central game last Friday night. Last year’s Homecoming Queen, Katie McCaskill, presented roses to the new Queen. Katie is a freshman at Southeastern, majoring in social work. She also works in her church nursery and at […]

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Pros and Cons of Const’l Amendments

When voters go to the polls on Nov. 6, 2018, they may be surprised to find they have a lot more to vote on besides the candidates running for statewide and local offices. Also included are six proposed statewide Constitutional amendments and one proposition, which will be on the ballot only in East Baton Rouge […]

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Shelton, Messina, Powers Are Best Qualified For Central Mayor, At-Large Council Seats

The Central City News is today endorsing three candidates in the Nov. 6 election. The three ­— Jr. Shelton, Wayne Messina, and Kim Powers — want nothing except to serve their fellow citizens and keep Central stay a great place to live, work, and study. Endorsements can be difficult, especially if you have no standard […]

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$100 Million for Drainage

In an exclusive interview with the Central City News, Mayor Jr. Shelton announced that he has secured an unprecedented array of city, state, and federal funds to improve drainage in the City of Central. The money, totalling more than $100 million, is perhaps more than any other city in the country has received. The interview, […]

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Tickets – Brian Kilmeade – Oct. 27, 2018

GREAT AMERICANS LECTURE SERIES — Brian Kilmeade, host of Fox and Friends every morning on Fox News, will speak about his new book, Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans. Admission includes his lecture, an autographed copy of the Andrew Jackson book, and light h’orderves. Cost is $40 a person (one book) or $50 […]

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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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Lane Opens Cancer Center

Lane Regional Medical Center and Mary Bird Perkins – Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center announced today a new partnership to provide enhanced care to Zachary-area patients requiring medical oncology services. The new partnership, effective September 4, includes medical oncology office visits and infusion therapy services, along with a host of other oncology support […]

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BR Real Time Crime Center

By next year, law enforcement officers on their way to a crime scene in East Baton Rouge Parish could be much better prepared for whatever awaits them. Baton Rouge Police Chief Murphy Paul says an officer typically has only two to three minutes from the time he is dispatched until he reaches the call. Too […]

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Wayne Messina Seeks Third Term On Central City Council at-Large

Wayne Messina is running for his third term on the Central City Council, seeking one of your votes for the two at-Large seats. Messina, who served 47 years as a teacher, coach, principal, and administrator in public schools, said his time as an educator was devoted to serving the public. “Being on the Council is […]

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Charles Habig Announces for Council District 1

Charles Habig issued the following statement in connection with his candidacy for Central City Council from District 1: First and foremost, I am very excited and proud to announce my candidacy for the City of Central City Council District 1. I have been a resident of Central City, Louisiana for 19 years and have recently […]

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Council Candidates’ Stand on Drainage

My response to the drainage question is as follows: We must first analyze and fund our drainage master plan. We need to consider on-site mitigation of all future developments so we don’t bring in large amounts of fill from elsewhere in the flood-plain and impact surrounding properties. We must budget for cleaning and maintenance of […]

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Graves’ Determination Pays Off

At the Lily Bayou Control Structure Wednesday, Congressman Garret Graves was doing what he does best — speaking passionately about a cause he believes in, in this case the Comite Diversion Canal. The scene was surreal. The day was blistering hot. The massive Lily Bayou structure, reminisent of the Panama Canal, sat there as it […]

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