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When I was 10 years old, I had what some might call an epiphany. My fifth-grade class was missing something revolutionary, and I was going to do something about it. Read more

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Officers with the Port Allen Police Department arrested a man who has been jailed more than 40 times and a woman with warrants in Addis, Brusly and the Lake Charles Marshal’s Office on Monday, May 20.  Read more

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Brusly is getting ready to install “Safe Town Cameras” in approximately six locations. The Town Council approved an agreement with Entergy, which will allow the town to mount cameras on Entergy-owned light poles during the Monday, May 6 meeting. Read more

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1969 — More than 200 senior class members earned diplomas from the three high schools in the parish, Port Allen High, Cohn High and Brusly High. (May 16, 1969) Read more

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Editor’s note: Last week marked the 25th anniversary of the West Baton Rouge Development Corporation’s name change to the West Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce. Here’s a glimpse at what has changed, and stayed the same, over the years.  Read more

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The Louisiana legislature must change its approach to the handling of unclaimed property, according to state Treasurer John Schroder– and he says he has already taken a big step that direction.  Read more

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West Baton Rouge Parish ranked second in the state for most incoming investment, according to a study by SmartAsset. The West Side sits behind first-place Ascension on the top ten list of parishes receiving the most investment in their local economies.  Read more

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West Baton Rouge Parish government is closely monitoring the weather with the National Weather Service and the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security. Read more

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Former students of Devall Middle School walked the halls one last time on Saturday, May 4 to say their final goodbyes to the campus. Read more

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Dr. Michael Berthelot, owner of Rockin Mozart Academy and Music Director at MSA West, has a significant influence on musical education in both West Baton Rouge and Iberville parishes. This year, Berthelot is partnering his musical mind with the West Baton Rouge Museum to host a blues program… Read more

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The West Baton Rouge National Day of Prayer Task Force hosted another beautiful evening of fellowship, prayer and worship at the West Baton Rouge Community Center on Thursday, May 2.  Read more

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The Sid Richardson Road Extension is "pretty much ready to go," Parish President Riley "PeeWee" Berthelot told the Parish Council during the Thursday, April 25 meeting. Read more