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Camera monitoring bridge to help alleviate traffic woes

Written by Aaron Williams on .

West Baton Rouge Parish President Riley “PeeWee” Berthelot said Tuesday afternoon that the tall device on the south side of the Intracoastal Bridge in the LA-1 median is, in fact, a surveillance camera.

He said that the camera, which dons WBR Homeland Security decals, belongs to the parish and is being used to monitor traffic. he added that the camera, which is pointed in the direction of the bridge, may be used as evidence of traffic violations in court.

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Pels handle Panthers

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For many attending the rivalry basketball game Friday between the Port Allen Pelicans and the Brusly Panthers, the slam dunk by the Pels’ Ishmael Lane just a minute into the game may have foreshadowed the outcome of the game itself – Port Allen would slam Brusly, 71-45.

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School board narrows search to four

Written by Aaron Williams on .

The West Baton Rouge School Board voted Wednesday evening, May 21, to reduce the number of candidates vying for the position of parish schools’ superintendent down to four candidates.

The vote to narrow the pool came on the heels of the board’s decision to add three names to the list of five, bringing the list of top candidates to eight.

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