The Town of Brusly observed Arbor Day in a ceremony at Alexander Park on Thursday, December 11, 2014, by planting four golden rain trees along the fence surrounding one of the ball fields. The trees were planted alongside previously planted trees to eventually form a border along the fence. The Town’s Arbor Day Ceremony is held annually to fulfill requirements to continue being named a “Tree City USA.”
Last Thursday marked the beginning of a new year, and for many people, the beginning of a season of New Year’s resolutions – and near the top of the list of resolutions made each year is the promise many make to themselves to work out and get in shape.
The following is a list of stories that received the most views via the West Side Journal’s website, www.TheWestSideJournal.com:
1. Survey Says (Nov. 19)
This was an article, written by Editor, AaronWilliams, about several Brusly High School parents becoming outraged over a questionnaire they deemed invasive was given to students with parental approval.
As rains drenched the areas that would be used for BonFest for most of Tuesday, December 23, many were unsure whether or not the resurrection of the Port Allen event would actually take place.
Brusly Police Department debacle
From January to November, the events that unfolded at the Brusly Police Department left many dumbfounded, from former chief Jamie Whaley’s initial arrest to an interim being named to an election that saw Jonathan Lefeaux elected.