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Will Briscoe: Central Athlete of Decade

Will Briscoe: Central Athlete of Decade

Louisiana’s top quarterback of 2008 and 2009 was Central’s Will Briscoe, whose extraordinary performance gained national attention.  Briscoe was 1st team All-State as a junior in 2008 and the Advocate’s All-Metro MVP. But in 2009, Briscoe had an even more impressive year.  He guided Central to the State 5A Regional Championship and was responsible for […]

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Top 10 Wildcat Victories of the Decade

Top 10 Wildcat Victories of the Decade

In an interview with the Central City News, Central High head football coach Sid Edwards reminisced about the decade since the City of Central incorporated on July 11, 2005. It has been a great decade for Central High football, he said, as he recalled some of the most memorable games.  When asked to rank the […]

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Central’s MVP: Sheriff Sid Gautreaux

Central’s MVP: Sheriff Sid Gautreaux

There are many unsung heroes in the story of Central’s first 10 years as a city.  But perhaps the individual who has contributed the most and gotten the least credit is East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff Sid Gautreaux. The Sheriff is rightly credited with providing a first-class law enforcement agency that does a fine job […]

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Heroes of Hurricane Gustav

Heroes of Hurricane Gustav

Central Fire Chief Bill Porche said many heroes emerged in the aftermath of Hurricane Gustav in Central.  He had special praise for two local business owners who opened their doors to the public even before the storm had passed. Both businesses provided vital services in great demand.  “David’s Tiger Express and Central Drug Store opened […]

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Ralph Washington: Servant Leader of Decade

Ralph Washington: Servant Leader of Decade

The Central City News has named the late Mayor Pro-Tem of the City of Central, Ralph Washington, as Central’s Servant Leader of the Decade. Editor Woody Jenkins said Washington best epitomizes the ideal of a man or woman who became a great leader through humble service to the community. “I’m sure there has never been […]

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Brandon Gomez Rescued Three Children

Brandon Gomez Rescued Three Children

On Monday night, Nov. 2, 2009, a 25-year-old Central man decided to “get involved” and do more than just “mind his own business.” As a result, five members of a family are still alive, and the worst tragedy in Central history was averted.  Ironically, the man was in just the right place at just the […]

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Shaffers of Central Saved 130 Lives

Shaffers of Central Saved 130 Lives

On Monday, March 25, 2013, Jesse Shaffer III and his son Jesse IV were honored at Arlington National Cemetery with one of the nation’s highest civilian awards, the Citizen “Service Before Self” Award from the Congressional Medal of Honor Society. Jesse III, 54, a native of Central and 1976 graduate of Central High School, and […]

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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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Jenkins Wins Triple Crown: Awards Named For Gibbs Adams, Sam Hanna, Gary Hebert

Jenkins Wins Triple Crown: Awards Named For Gibbs Adams, Sam Hanna, Gary Hebert

Once again, Central City News editor Woody Jenkins has won some of the top awards given each year by the Louisiana Press Association, which represents 110 of the state’s daily and weekly newspapers. This year Jenkins scored a first by winning three of the LPA’s most prestigious awards in three quite different areas of journalism.  […]

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Central City News Sweeps LPA Awards

Central City News Sweeps LPA Awards

The Central City News, which is published by Community Press, LLC, dominated the Better Newspaper Awards competition at this year’s Louisiana Press Association annual convention in New Orleans. The Central paper won both the Advertising Sweepstakes and the Editorial Sweepstakes, meaning that it won more awards that any other newspaper in the state in each […]

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Capital City News Wins 1st Place as Best Community Newspaper in State

Capital City News Wins 1st Place as Best Community Newspaper in State

For the second straight year, the Capital City News won the Louisiana Press Association’s highest award for community journalism — 1st Place for General Excellence. This award takes into account the newspaper’s news coverage, photography, editorial comment, layout, advertising, and all other factors. More than 110 daily and weekly newspapers and specialty publications are eligible […]

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Most Potential: Reagan Willis

Most Potential: Reagan Willis

It’s not often that a freshman athlete gets mentioned with the “greats” such as Will Bris- coe. But there’s a Central athlete worth watching.  Last year as a freshman Reagan Willis tore up the softball diamond and set a record in powerlighting.    Now she’s only a sophomore.  Did we mention she has a 4.5 GPA?

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Heart Cath Through Wrist Now at Lane

Heart Cath Through Wrist Now at Lane

Sometime in the next few weeks, the cardiovascular unit at Lane Regional Medical Center will do its 10,000th heart catheterization.  The experience gained from seeing so many patients and the quality of its staff and facilities have helped give Lane Regional a reputation as a major provider of cardiovascular services in the capital region. Lane […]

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Romero Kids Learning FamilyBusiness

Romero Kids Learning FamilyBusiness

Business is a family affair for the Romero family, who work hard in Joseph Romero’s three convenience stores in Central. Almost any day, you’ll find Shelby, 18, Samantha, 16, and Joseph, Jr., 12, busy behind the counter or stocking shelves. Their dad, Joseph Romero, purchased his first store at the corner of Joor and Core […]

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Magnolia Square Still Gold Standard

Magnolia Square Still Gold Standard

Jimmy Nunnally grew up in Central in the 1960’s.  His father, Dr. Richard Nunnally, who at age 87 still practices medicine, owns a log cabin on Greenwell Springs Road that was built in 1803 and is believed to be the oldest building in Central. Jimmy always had a soft spot in his heart for Central.  […]

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