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Central School System to Launch Central Wildcat Newspaper May 15

Central School System to Launch Central Wildcat Newspaper May 15

The Central Community School System is launching a newspaper, called The Central Wildcat, to help improve communications among parents, students, teachers, administrators, and the Central community.  It will be published 10 months a year from August to May, beginning May 15 of this school year.  The Central Wildcat will cover Central High, Central Middle, Central [...]

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New Mayor Goes to Work, Sets Hectic Pace

New Mayor Goes to Work, Sets Hectic Pace

Central Mayor-elect Jr. Shelton was elected April 5 and started work the next day.  “It’s been a lot of fun and very busy!” he said. In the past 10 days, he has fielded hundreds of phone calls, met with supporters and opponents, and done a score of media interviews. He had a private meeting with [...]

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Shelton in Landslide

Shelton in Landslide

Nearly 40 percent of Central’s voters went to the polls April 5 and gave a re- sounding, landslide victory to local realtor Jr. Shelton, who was elected Mayor. The voters swept intooffice five of his political allies — new Police Chief James Salsbury, and Council members-elect Dr. Kim Fralick, Shane Evans, and John Vance, and incumbent Council member Wayne Messina. Shelton received [...]

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Read Central City News for April 17, 2014

Read Central City News for April 17, 2014

READ CENTRAL CITY NEWS FOR APRIL 17, 2014. Click here: http://centralcitynews.us/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/CCN-4-17-14-FINAL-Small.pdf TOP STORIES IN CENTRAL CITY NEWS: • Jr. Shelton Elected Mayor in Landslide • Carried 21 of 22 Precincts, Tied in one other • Complete Precinct by Precinct Election Returns • New Mayor Goes to Work, Sets Hectic Pace • Transition Team Sets Meetings, Town [...]

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Mayor-Elect Visits Central City Services

Mayor-Elect Visits Central City Services

Mayor-elect Jr. Shelton made one of the most importtant stops of the transition Monday when he visited the Central Municipal Services Center, which is run by a non-profit corporation, IBTS, that administers the City of Central. The City of Central is unique in Louisiana because it is completely privatized.  The entire city government  is run [...]

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Newly-Elected Officials Face BR Media at Ronald Reagan Newsmaker Lunch

Newly-Elected Officials Face BR Media at Ronald Reagan Newsmaker Lunch

- Last Tuesday, it was Central Day at the Ronald Reagan Newsmaker Luncheon as all of Central’s newly-elected city officials came to speak to the Baton Rouge media, many of whom attended the event. For most of the officials, it was their first opportunity to speak to the press.  After the meeting, stories about Central [...]

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Ralph Washington: A Man Who Stands Tall for Central

Ralph Washington: A Man Who Stands Tall for Central

In the nine-year history of the City of Central, there is one man who stands out.  A man who was part of the City from the beginning and who has been unwavering in his loyalty, integrity, and commitment to the people of Central. That man is Ralph Washington.  For nine years, he has served as [...]

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BREC Tax Fails In City of Central

Voters in the City of Central voted against a proposed $227 million BREC property tax renewal 3,146 to 2,839.  Nevertheless, it passed parishwide.  

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Transition Team Sets Meetings

Mayor-elect Jr. Shelton Monday announced the appointment of a transi-tion team equally divided between citizens who supported him and those who opposed him in the election April 5. Shelton said in an interview with the Central City News that he is calling the group, the Central First team.  “We’re excited about working together to make [...]

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Mr. and Mrs. Morris Summers Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Summers Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Morris and Linda Summers celebrated their 50th anniversary on March 29 at the Oak Lodge Reception Center in Baton Rouge. One hundred friends and family members joined the reception in their honor. The Summers were married on March 27,1964, at the First Baptist Church in Baker, La. Morris grew up in Central, and the couple [...]

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Jason Ellis: What Central Means to Me

Jason Ellis: What Central Means to Me

In the 1850’s my 4th great grandfather, Maglorie “Mac” Bourke, brought his family of 10 to live here in Central. Mac was a carpenter born in West Baton Rouge and the son of Acadian immigrant Joseph F. Bourke or Bourg. He helped his neighbor Daniel Boone Morgan build the old Morgan house which was located [...]

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Washington, Ellis Face Runoff May 3 for Seat

For Central voters, the process of electing a new city government is not over yet. Councilman Ralph Washington missed getting a majority by about 50 votes.  So a runoff election will be held on Saturday, May 3 between Washington and the next vote-getter, Jason Ellis. Early voting will begin this Saturday, April 19 and continue through Saturday, April [...]

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Central Community Directory Is Now on Newstands

Central Community Directory Is Now on Newstands

2014 CENTRAL COMMUNITY DIRECTORY & YELLOW PAGES is now on newsstands and in stores at more than 250 locations in Central.  It is FREE! To read it on-line, click here: http://centralcitynews.us/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Central-Community-Directory-SMALL-2014.pdf The directory is completely searchable on-line.  Just press Control + f and enter the name you want. The directory, which is published by the [...]

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Read Central City News for April 3, 2014

Read Central City News for April 3, 2014

READ CENTRAL CITY NEWS FOR APRIL 3, 2014. TOP STORIES IN CENTRAL CITY NEWS: Click here: http://centralcitynews.us/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/CCN-4-3-14-Small.pdf • Central City Election This Saturday, April 5 • Sample Ballot • Jr. Shelton Says He’ll Seek Reconciliation, Renewal for City • Washington Back on Campaign Trail, Vance Surging • May 3 Runoff for City Council Possible • [...]

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