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57th Annual Greenwell Springs Rodeo

57th Annual Greenwell Springs Rodeo

The 57th Annual Greenwell Springs Youth Riders Rodeo was held May 1 and 2 at the BREC Shady Park arena in Greenwell Springs. Spectators enjoyed calf roping, team roping, barrel racing and bull riding events under clear skies. Children in the audience were encouraged to participate in fun events such as “needle in the haystack,” […]

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Veterans Gathering Clothes to Help At Veterans Home

Veterans Gathering Clothes to Help At Veterans Home

Central Veterans Helping Veterans are collecting items for the Veterans Home in Jackson. They are in need of T-Shirts sizes medium, large and extra large, crew length socks, belts in sizes 36-38, 42-44, 46-48, and 40-50, pull-on pants in sizes large, extra large and extra extra large, cotton lounge pants/pajama pant and spray deodorant. If you […]

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Central Legislators Discuss Current Fiscal Session

Central Legislators Discuss Current Fiscal Session

Money issues will dominate the fiscal session of the Louisiana Legislature now underway, Republican lawmakers from East Baton Rouge Parish told the Ronald Reagan Newsmaker Luncheon April 14. GOP legislators discussed legislation they are authoring and other key bills in the session, and answered questions from Republican activists in attendance at the meeting at Café […]

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Federer at Patriot’s Day: All-Powerful Government Is Return to Rule by King

Federer at Patriot’s Day: All-Powerful Government Is Return to Rule by King

Nationally known author and lecturer William J. Federer delivered a number of lectures in the Baton Rouge area from April 16 to 19, including major addresses at Christian Life and Greenwell Springs Baptist.  On Friday, April 17, he spoke at the annual Patriot’s Day Luncheon at the LSU Rural Life Museum.  At the various lectures, […]

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Rep. Edwards Seeks Governorship

Rep. Edwards Seeks Governorship

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Rep. John Bel Edwards outlined his views before the Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge last week. Many members of the conservative, mostly Republican group of business owners were surprised and impressed by Edwards’ stand on the issues.  He received a rousing ovation at the end of his talk. Edwards spoke […]

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Predictions on St. George, BRCC in Central

Predictions on St. George, BRCC in Central

Here are some predictions on the proposed City of St. George: Prediction #1. The supporters of St. George will turn in enough signatures to the Registrar of Voters, and the petition will be certified. Prediction #2. Mary Olive Pierson will file suit on behalf of the Metro Council to keep the vote on incorporation from […]

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Lemonade Day Builds Entrepreneurship

Lemonade Day Builds Entrepreneurship

Last weekend, Central Square was bustling with lemonade stands — 43 of them — as students from Central Intermediate School tried their hand at starting and running a business. Lemonade Day is a free, statewide program founded by Todd Graves of Raising Cane’s and John Georges to help kids learn more about how to start […]

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Festival of Two Rivers Draws Community to St. Alphonsus

Festival of Two Rivers Draws Community to St. Alphonsus

More than 1,000 people participated in the 7th Annual Festival of Two Rivers at St. Alphonsus Catholic Church last week. The community-wide celebration featured a carnival, food court, plant booth, games, bingo, performances, $1 raffle, 5K run, and, for the first time, a spaghetti dinner Saturday night. Fifty percent of the net proceeds will go […]

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Central High Sets 103rd Graduation Friday, May 15th

Central High Sets 103rd Graduation Friday, May 15th

An estimated 283 seniors will walk across the stage and accept their diplomas during Central High School’s 103rd Graduation on Friday, May 15. Ceremonies will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Bethany Church in Baker.  The event will be videoed and played back during Central Today at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, May 22 and May 29 […]

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Read Central City News for May 2015

Read Central City News for May 2015

TOP STORIES IN CENTRAL CITY NEWS: • Special Graduation Edition • Central High Sets 103rd Graduation Friday, May 15 • Central High School Presents the Class of 2015: Class Photos • Central High Senior Class Favorites • Lemonade Day Builds Entrepreneurship: Kids Launch 43 New Businesses • Festival of Two Rivers Draws Community to St. […]

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