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4th of July Celebration Will Honor Birth of USA, Central City

Thousands of Central residents are expected to attend the 13th Annual City of Central Birthday Celebration beginning at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 4 at Wildcat Stadium, corner Hooper and Sullivan roads. Normally held on July 11, the anniversary of the founding of the City of Central on July 11, 2005, this year’s celebration will […]

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50 Things You Should Know About Central, Especially if You Live Here!

Do you live, go to school, or work in Central? Do you have family here? Are you thinking of starting a business in Central? Or do you just want to understand more about the City of Central and its 28,000 people? Then here are 50 things you should know: ­—1— When did Europeans first explore […]

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David Prescott Retires as Central HS Principal

On June 30, Central High School principal David Prescott will retire after 38 years in public education including 15 years at Central High, the last five as principal. Coach Prescott was eligible to retire eight years ago but loved the kids at Central High too much to quit! His career has included teaching, coaching, or […]

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Central Physical Therapy Unique in Stat

Helen Balzli founded Central Physical Therapy in September 2001. She was almost killed in a tragic automobile accident years ago. That accident required her to undergo years of physical therapy. But the experience helped lead her to a life of service to others and the desire to help others recover from disabilities. Her partner in […]

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Ryan Meador to Seek One of Two At-Large Seats on Council

My name is Ryan Meador and on behalf of my wife of 11 years, Dixie Meador, and our two children Lucas and Lily, I am putting my name in to be one of your next Central City Councilmen at large. I am a conservative Republican with traditional values and an active parishioner at St. Alphonsus […]

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Josh Roy Is Running for Central City Council from District 2

Joshua “Josh” Roy was born and raised in Baton Rouge and has resided in Central, Louisiana for nearly 10 years. Josh received his JD magna cum laude from Southern University Law Center graduating 1st in his class. Josh also graduated from of LSU in political science. He is an attorney at the Maughan Law Firm. […]

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Charles Lee Hinton Says He Will Run in City Council District 5

If you elect me to represent Central City Council District 5, serving you will be my full-time occupation. I will have an open door policy. Any time you want to call me with your concerns or just visit with me, I’ll be available. My home telephone number is 261-3000, my cell phone number is 405-9675, […]

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Briton Myer Seeks Seat on City Council, District 5

Briton Myer is a Central native, an attorney, and a candidate for City Council in District 5. He was born and raised in Central and lives in Twin Lakes Estates off Denham Road. Choosing to remain in his hometown, he feels an obligation to the citizens of Central to ensure that they are heard and […]

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Sen. Bodi White Reviews Recent Sessions

The final result of the recently-completed Special Session of the Louisiana Legislature proves that none of the threats used by the governor were real, according Sen. Bodi White (R-Central). “The threat to close nursing homes, release prisoners, shut down universities, and kill TOPS were just that — threats! But none of it was real,” White […]

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Rep. Rick Edmonds to Seek Secretary of State

Republican Lawmaker Rick Edmonds announced today he is a candidate for Louisiana Secretary of State in the special election that will be held Nov. 6, 2018. Edmonds, who currently serves as State Representative in Baton Rouge’s 66th District, made his announcement at the East Baton Rouge Parish Republican Women’s monthly luncheon at Juban’s Restaurant in […]

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Spring Game Left Coach Sid Excited

Central’s annual spring football game left legendary Central head football coach Sid Edwards invigorated and excited about the future. He has a new squad and some additions to his coaching staff that should create a lot of excitement for Central Wildcat fans. “Every day I come to work, I feel like it’s my first day […]

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Advice from Central’s 1st Valedictorian

walked to the podium as the valedictorian of the first graduating of the new Central High School, located at the corner of Canal (now Hooper) and Sullivan roads. A copy of her speech was discovered in 2009 and given to the Central City News. It is a timeless message that resonates as well today as […]

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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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They Found Bones!

There’s not usually much activity at our news bureau in Indian Mound, except when the Boy Scouts are doing something at Bethel United Methodist or when Jimmy Santangelo is making deer sausage at Indian Mound Grocery. So you can imagine my surprise when one of our leading citizens called me last week. I was napping. […]

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School Board Transfers Land for City Hall

After years of discussion, the Central Community School System made it official by selling a parcel of land at the corner of Hooper and Sullivan roads to the City of Central for construction of a new City Hall. The City Hall will include the Mayor’s office, a City Council Chamber, which will also be used […]

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Brandon LeGroue: A Passion for Kids

After graduating from Denham Springs High School, Brandon LaGroue entered LSU and earned a degree in biochemistry. It seemed like the logical thing to do. Several members of his family were physicians, and a career in medicine seemed like the next step. Or perhaps he would earn a PhD in biochemistry. The problem was, Brandon […]

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