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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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Clerk of Court Doug Welborn Annual Report to People of East Baton Rouge

Clerk of Court Doug Welborn Annual Report to People of East Baton Rouge

East Baton Rouge Parish Clerk of Court Doug Welborn told the Ronald Reagan Newsmaker Luncheon that his office is all about customer service. In his Annual Report to the People of the Parish, Welborn said, “We strive to be a user-friendly office with a special emphasis on customer service, embracing technological advances but making sure […]

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Road Construction Projects in Central

Road Construction Projects in Central

Elected officials in Central are rallying around a set of proposed infrastructure improvements that could revolutionize traffic patterns and safety on Central’s major thoroughfares. The four road projects are •    Widen Hooper Road from Blackwater to Joor and then to Sullivan •    Extend Hooper Road across the Amite River to Hwy. 16 in Watson •   […]

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Conservative Chamber Fundraiser April 24 To Help Launch Radio Station WSGX 95.1

The Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge plans to launch a new radio station in Baton Rouge this June — the Mighty WSGX 95.1 FM. The station’s format will be that of a Top 40 station from the 1950’s, 1960’s, and 1970’s.  It will feature news on the hour and half hour, classic rock […]

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Governor Candidates Talk Business at Forum Sponsored by NFIB, NRA

Governor Candidates Talk Business at Forum Sponsored by NFIB, NRA

The four major candidates for Louisiana governor in the Oct. 24 open primary brought their campaigns to Baton Rouge Tuesday for a gubernatorial forum on small business sponsored by the National Federation of Independent Business, the Louisiana Restaurant Association, and the Louisiana Retailers Association. The four candidates — one Democrat (John Bel Edwards) and three […]

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Darrell Ourso Elected to State House

Darrell Ourso Elected to State House

Former Metro Councilman Darrell Ourso scored a narrow victory in last Saturday’s special election for the seat in the  Louisiana House of Representatives from District 66. Ourso defeated Metro Councilman Buddy Amoroso by a 72-vote margin — 1,958 to 1,886.  Less than 13 percent of registered voters participated.  Both candidates ran as conservative Republicans. Amoroso […]

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District Attorney’s Annual Report

District Attorney’s Annual Report

District Attorney Hillar Moore told the Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge his office has been working closely with the Sheriff, Baton Rouge police chief, superintendent of State Police, and federal authorities to attack violent crime in the parish. Violent Crime. The DA’s Violent Crime Unit was created in 2010 and works with all […]

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Now Is Final Push for City of St. George

Now Is Final Push for City of St. George

There is really no mystery about whether the proposed City of St. George will be a success, and there is certainly no mystery about whether the proposed Southeast school district will be a success. We don’t have to guess whether incorporating a new city and creating a new school system in this parish can work. […]

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‘Central Today’ to Focus on Privatization in City

‘Central Today’ to Focus on Privatization in City

Central Mayor Jr. Shelton and Central schools Supt. Mike Faulk will offer Central residents a guided tour of the Central Municipal Services Center in this week’s episode of Central Today. The show airs every Friday at 6:30 p.m. on Cox Cable Channel 21 and on AT&T U-Verse Channel 99.  It can also be viewed live […]

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Agriculture: Backbone of Louisiana Economy

Agriculture: Backbone of Louisiana Economy

In Washington, Ronnie Anderson is recognized as the leader of one of Louisiana’s largest and most influential organizations — the Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation. But at his place in East Feliciana Parish just north of Zachary, Anderson looks like just another cow hand, as he herds cattle, drives them into holding pens, and then helps […]

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