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Central’s New Mayor, Police Chief, Council Began Their Terms of Office on July 1, 2014

Central’s New Mayor, Police Chief, Council Began Their Terms of Office on July 1, 2014

On July 1, new city officials were sworn in for the City of Central in ceremonies at the Central High auditorium. Taking office were: Mayor Jr. Shelton Chief of Police James Salsbury City Council Members Jason Ellis, Shane Evans, Dr. Kim Fralick, Wayne Messina, and John Vance. All are newcomers to public office except Messina, [...]

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Businesses on Sullivan Road Hampered by Construction

Businesses on Sullivan Road Hampered by Construction

The improvements to Sullivan Road now underway should be a benefit to businesses along the key artery in Central.  But until construction is complete, many businesses are finding their sales are down. Lance Butler of Sullivan Hardware said, “It’s not our best time of the year to begin with but the construction is definitely hurting [...]

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La. Family Forum Had Successful Session

La. Family Forum Had Successful Session

The Louisiana Legislature did a good job of protecting the interests of the family during the recently-completed legislative session, according to Rick Edmonds, vice president of Louisiana Family Forum. Edmonds told the Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge that where the legislature failed to do its job, Gov. Bobby Jindal used his veto power [...]

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New Pastor for Magnolia Methodist

New Pastor for Magnolia Methodist

Rev. Susie H. Thomas of Baton Rouge is the newly-appointed pastor at Magnolia United Methodist Church, Central, and Deerford United Methodist Church, Zachary. Rev. Thomas, 52, served most recently as associate pastor at First United Methodist in Baton Rouge. During her five years at First UMC, Rev. Thomas directed the church’s outreach ministries, as well as [...]

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Nayden’s Celebrate 50 Years

Nayden’s Celebrate 50 Years

Carl (Corky) and Jean Nayden of Central, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary by spending a week at Pensacola Beach with their entire family. The couple’s children and their spouses are Misty and Paul Nosal of Hartselle, Alabama; Tawny and Ryan Williams of Orlando, Florida; Brittany and Jeremy DeVille of Covington; and Honey and Daniel Loup [...]

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Wildcat Stadium and Central Throughway

Wildcat Stadium and Central Throughway

The Central City News has commissioned a series of aerial photographs by local photographer Charles Breard. The photos tell a story that cannot possibly be told from the ground. It is the story of a community that is still very much rural. Fly over most other parts of East Baton Rouge Parish and you will [...]

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Transportation Goes Free Market in BR

Across the United States and Europe, taxi drivers have gone to great lengths to prevent free market alternatives such as Uber, LYFT, Sidecar, and Rideshare from coming to their communities.  In some places, it has been a virtual war, with taxi unions blocking streets and shutting down commerce. Last week, the revolution that is free [...]

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GOP Congressional Candidates to Debate Issues at Ronald Reagan Luncheon Tuesday

GOP Congressional Candidates to Debate Issues at Ronald Reagan Luncheon Tuesday

The Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish is sponsoring a two-hour debate this Tuesday, July 8 among the eight Republican candidates running for Congress from the Sixth District of Louisiana Nov. 4. Confirmed participants in the two-hour debate are: • Capt. Bob Bell • State Sen. Dan Claitor • Businessman Paul Dietzel II • [...]

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News Wins State’s Top Journalism Award

News Wins State’s Top Journalism Award

The Central City News and Capital City News swept most of the top awards during the annual Louisiana Press Association convention.  The LPA represents 110 daily and community newspapers in the state. The Central City News received the LPA’s highest award, the Freedom of Information Award, for its efforts to protect the public’s right to [...]

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Crowded Ballot This November Argues For Delaying St. George Vote Until April

The leaders of the movement to create the new City of St. George have an important decision to make: Whether to place the referendum on the ballot this November or December or perhaps wait until next April. We urge them to wait until the spring. The November ballot will be one of the most crowded [...]

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