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The Journal’s top 5 website stories of 2014

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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.

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Soaked, but unweathered

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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.

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2014: A year in review

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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.

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P.A. among top-selling Christmas stores in Love’s network

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Picture this: you’re headed out to do some holiday shopping. You grab a snack, slip into your comfy shoes, get in the car and head to the closest Love’s. Wait, Love’s… as in Love’s Travel Stop? You got it. Customers have helped Love’s 240 in Port Allen sell among the highest amount of Christmas merchandise in 2014.

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