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Traffic violations lead to drug busts

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Louisiana State Troopers arrested three individuals after discovering 27 pounds of cocaine within two vehicles on the night of April 19 and on the morning of April 20 in in West Baton Rouge Parish.

The arrests came after troopers stopped the two vehicles on I-10 in WBR for traffic violations.

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Rep. Barrow visits WBR

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Local leaders and residents met with state Rep. Regina Barrow (D - Baton Rouge) to discuss West Baton Rouge’s needs during the 2015 legislative session in the Capitol, on April 16 in the Port Allen City Hall.

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WBR Schools change bus provider

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Children in West Baton Rouge might find themselves riding a different yellow engine for the 2015-2016 school year after the WBR School Board’s approval of a five-year contract for Student Transportation Specialists (STS), a school bus system based out of Texas.

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A new approach to healthy decision making

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Two destroyed vehicles on Vaughn Drive in Brusly were the center of attention as first responders carried student actors away from a scene filled with fake blood, shattered glass and beer cans in front of an audience of Brusly High School students on April 15.

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P.A., Brusly set the bar for relays

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“Parity” may best describe the boys and girls track teams at Brusly and Port Allen this season.

A combination of experienced and skilled up-and-comers has led to one of the most competitive grounds in several years among the boys and girls teams at both schools.

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