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Holy Family School recently participated in Computer Science Education Week. It was held the first week of December and Holy Family has been a part of it for the last 5 years. Like so many schools across West Baton Rouge, the Diocese of Baton Rouge, the state of Louisiana and even world, thi… Read more

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The Village at Hun’s Grove kicked off the holidays with the 2018 Holiday Market on Sunday, Dec. 8. Visitors enjoyed taking photos with Santa Claus, face painting, shopping from local vendors and performances by the West Baton Rouge All-Parish Youth Choir and the Port Allen High School choir. Read more

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The West Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce hosted a holiday luncheon to celebrate ambassadors and events committee members on Monday, Dec 10 at the West Baton Rouge Convention and Visitors Bureau. Read more

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RAX WorldWide announced an “Expungement Event” will be held on December 15, 2018 at 32725 Bowie Street, White Castle, LA  70788 (White Castle Community Center) from 9:00am until 1:00pm.  Read more

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The annual Christmas light display locals love is coming back to welcome another holiday season. “Reflections of the Season” will begin on December 14th through the 16th and December 20th through the 23rd. This one-of-a-kind event will be a highlight of the holiday season for the Capital Cit… Read more

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Acquiring strong mathematical skills in elementary school not only allows children to be introduced to concepts, skills and thinking, it also supports learning across the board. Looking at the strong math curriculum at Holy Family School, allows us to see how children are making sense of the… Read more

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Few flowering bulbs can surpass the stately beauty of the amaryllis. Typically blooming in April, this popular bulb is a star performer in the spring garden. Dormant bulbs are readily available now, and with proper care, they can become a long-lasting part of your landscape. Read more

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Rebel is wondering if Santa is looking for an extra reindeer this year to help him pull his sleigh! Read more

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The West Baton Rouge Museum hosted Fernando O. Rivera, Jr, CEO/Director of the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System on Thursday, November 29 for its Lunchtime Lecture series.  Read more

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Brusly Elementary School PTP and Lukeville Upper Elementary Parent Association will host the annual Jingle Bell Jog at Alexander Park in Brusly on Saturday, Dec. 8. Read more

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Joe Ide debuted the IQ series in 2016 with the book IQ. Set in Long Beach California, IQ follows private detective Isaiah Qunitabe (IQ for short). A Sherlock Holmes for the modern age, Isaiah earned his nickname for more than its correspondence with his initials. He excels at deductive reaso… Read more

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Meet Miss Sweet Potato, a staff and volunteer favorite at the WBR Animal Shelter. She is around three-years-old, 50 lbs. and doesn't meet a stranger. She enjoys chasing her squeaky toy and posing for pictures. Miss Sweet Potato is looking for a forever family this Holiday Season. If you are … Read more

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U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Executive Director Craig A. McCain reminds Louisiana producers who experienced losses from natural disasters during the 2017 and 2018 calendar years that they may be eligible for assistance through the Tree Assistance Prog… Read more

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Holy Family School’s second grade students in Ms. LeSage and Mrs. Landry’s classes, recently held a mock election using the book: Grace for President. The students read the book: Grace for President as a literary assignment to prepare our future generation of voters how important it is to be… Read more

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The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development recently gave out awards at their Annual Public Transit Conference in New Orleans on November 2, 2018. This year’s recipient of the 5310 Extra Mile Award went to WBR’s very own Adrinne Woods. She has over 40 years of service at the W… Read more

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Each month is a different “awareness” month, if not two or three. November is no different and while I’m sure there are several others, Pet Cancer Awareness Month caught my attention.  Read more