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Trio Graduated, Joined Army Together

Trio Graduated, Joined Army Together

Three young men from Central graduated from Central High School on May 15, 2015, and decided to join the United States Army. Landon Bourg shipped out on June 2 and will do his Basic Training and AIT for 12B, Combat Engineer at Fort Leonard Wood, MO, and then on to Fort Benning, GA, for Airborne […]

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New 9th Grade Academy to Open Aug. 13

New 9th Grade Academy to Open Aug. 13

The new 9th Grade Academy at Central High School will open this Thursday, Aug. 13.  The new school within a school is designed to help students transition from middle school to high school. The new facility has 14 classrooms, four science labs, and two technology labs.  The building has a total of 33,000 square feet. […]

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Central’s Best of Decade Honored

Central’s Best of Decade Honored

A number of Central residents and businesses were honored during the Central City News’ Best of the Decade Awards ceremonies held at the Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge meeting last Tuesday. The Chamber EBR meets at Café Américain, 7521 Jefferson Hwy. in Baton Rouge on the fourth Tuesday of each month. The decade […]

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Barrow Out as City’s CAO

Barrow Out as City’s CAO

In a brief statement Monday, Central Mayor Jr. Shelton announced that effective immediately David Barrow would no longer serve as the city’s Chief Administrative Officer. Barrow has served the City of Central for nearly 10 years. Shelton thanked Barrow for his years of service, but said he would have no further comment on the matter. Contacted by the Central […]

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Bond Could Pose Problem for Suit

An attorney consulted by the Central City News told the newspaper that a suit challenging The Settlement at Shoe Creek could be problematic. He said, “Since the development has been approved, the developer has the right to move forward and rely on the city’s action.  If someone sues to block the development, the developer stands […]

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Too Many Apartments?

The Central City Council approved the city’s 2nd Traditional Neighborhood Development last week, but now a group of citizens is weighing legal options on what to do about the project. The TND, which is called, The Settlement on Shoe Creek, would include commercial buildings, single family houses, and apartments.  All 250 apartments would be built above commercial […]

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Chief Nawaganti Returns to Public View

Chief Nawaganti Returns to Public View

Istrouma High School graduates are breathing a sigh of relief as they learn that their beloved mascot, Chief Nawaganti, has been saved from destruction, restored to his former glory, and installed in a safe public place — the Baton Rouge Room of the new Main Library on Goodwood Boulevard. Istrouma was the largest high school […]

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Helen Fairchild Celebrates 100th Birthday

Helen Fairchild Celebrates 100th Birthday

This interview was conducted at the home of Mrs. Helen Fairchild across from Greenwell Springs Baptist Church.  She is in good health but has to use a walker to get around. Question: What was life like growing up in the early part of the 20th century? Miss Helen: My father was born in 1861 while […]

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GOP Endorses Nine Incumbents

GOP Endorses Nine Incumbents

THE REPUBLICAN PARTY of East Baton Rouge Parish has endorsed these incumbent public officials in the Oct. 24 primary election.  Endorsements are made by the 17-member Parish Executive Committee, which is elected by the Republican voters of the parish every four years.  Candidates answer a questionnaire and submit to an on-the-record interview by the committee.  […]

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What Seems So Certain Seldom Is That Way

What Seems So Certain Seldom Is That Way

I’m always soamazed when someone says a particular thing is going to happen or a certain candidate is going to be elected or a certain calamity is about to befall us.  One of the things I’ve learned in life is that no can predict the future with any accuracy and that what seems so certain […]

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Sen. Vitter Campaigns for Governor Here

Sen. David Vitter brought his campaign for Governor to Central last month when he participated in 10th Anniversary Celebration at Lovett Road park. Vitter is leading in the polls and in fundraising on the eve of the Oct. 24 primary. Also campaigning here was PSC Commissioner Scott Angelle, who spoke to voters at a reception at Central […]

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New Academy For 9th Graders Opens Aug. 13

New Academy For 9th Graders Opens Aug. 13

The Central Community School System’s new 9th Grade Academy will open next Thursday, Aug. 13 on the campus of Central High School. The new facility has 14 classrooms, four science labs, and two technology labs in 35,000 square feet. It has a capacity for 360 students. The new facility was financed with a bond issue […]

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Ready for an Emergency

Ready for an Emergency

The City of Central has won praise from the Louisiana Municipal Association for the city’s new Mobile Command Center developed by Police Chief James Salsbury with the help of Mayor Jr. Shelton, members of the City Council, and local businesses. The Command Center will allow the city government and particularly law enforcement to operate “off […]

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Read Central City News for August 2015

Read Central City News for August 2015

TOP STORIES IN CENTRAL CITY NEWS • Ready for an Emergency: City of Central Honored by LMA for Mobile Command Post • Sen. Vitter Campaigns for Governor in Central • Central High School Football Schedule • Country Living in the City: What Seems So Certain Seldom Is That Way • GOP Endorses Nine Incumbents – […]

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10 Decisions That Changed Central

10 Decisions That Changed Central

As a result of the incorporation of the City of Central in July 2005 and the creation of the Central Community School System in January 2007, a great deal of governmental authority was transferred from Baton Rouge to the new governmental entities in Central and to the people of Central.  Here are 10 of the […]

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Central’s Citizens of the Decade

Central’s Citizens of the Decade

Over the past 10 years, many citizens of Central have made an important contribution to building a new city, creating a new school system, developing the infrastructure, and building the economy.  Yet, there can be little doubt that the outstanding accomplishment of the decade 2005 to 2015 is the creation of the Central Community School […]

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City of Central Is Building a Bright Future

City of Central Is Building a Bright Future

There is an old saying, “time flies when you’re having a good time”. Well, 10 years have flown by for the City of Central and there have definitely been some good times. From the beginning, our city planners used forward thinking  for the future of our city. The efforts of many people helped steer Central […]

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Our Finest Hour: Hurricane Gustav 2008

Our Finest Hour: Hurricane Gustav 2008

Hurricane Katrina was the worst tropical storm to hit Louisiana since the 1960’s but here in Central, the worst was Hurricane Gustav which hit Central in 2008, bringing winds of 90 miles an hour, very heavy rain, and flooding of the Comite River.  When Katrina and Gustav are compared, Gustav actually did 10 times more […]

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10th Birthday City of Central

10th Birthday City of Central

The idea of incorporating the City of Central began at least as early as 1973 when the delegates to the Louisiana Constitutional Convention negated a provision of the City-Parish Plan of Government that prohibited the creation of any new cities in East Baton Rouge Parish.  But it wasn’t until Russell Starns and a hardy band […]

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Meet the Pursifull Family

Meet the Pursifull Family

CENTRAL – James Pursifull was born to a missionary family in Mexico.  He was raised on faith and commitment.  Today, he and his wife Jessica have plenty of both, as they raise their eight children, and as many as three foster children at any one time. Their older children have been role models at Central High. […]

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Read Central City News for June 2015

Read Central City News for June 2015

READ CENTRAL CITY NEWS FOR JUNE 2015 TOP STORIES IN CENTRAL CITY NEWS: • Baby Delivered at Home: Grandma Took Charge; Now Mom and Baby Are Doing Just Fine • Meet the Pursifulls: They Have Eight Children, Four of Whom Are Adopted, and Helped Raise 42 Foster Children • 3,500 People Packed Central Graduation Ceremony: […]

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Parkview Lass Named Miss Baton Rouge

Parkview Lass Named Miss Baton Rouge

The new Miss Baton Rouge is Devin Boyd, a grad-uate of Parkview Baptist School and the LSU School of Mass Communications, where she had a 3.63 average and was on the Honor Roll. Devin’s victory was unusual because she won all of the competition’s categories — swimsuit, evening gown, interview, and most photogenic. As Miss […]

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Foundation for Historic Louisiana Recallsthe Battle of Baton Rouge on Aug. 5, 1862

Foundation for Historic Louisiana Recallsthe Battle of Baton Rouge on Aug. 5, 1862

More than 150 local residents gathered at Historic Magnolia Cemetery Saturday, Aug. 1 for the 32nd Annual Commemorative Ceremony of the Battle of Baton Rouge on Aug. 5, 1862.  Much of the fighting occurred around the cemetery. The event, which is sponsored by the Foundation for Historical Louisiana and BREC, featured Union and Confederate re-enactors […]

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