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A field day of fun

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Rollins Place Elementary School second-graders, from left,  Makaye Kilbourn, Michael Daigre, Memphis Hernandez, Cullen Howard and Kinley Davis participate in a field day exercise called Saturday Night Bath. The students' last day was May 18.

First- and second-graders at Rollins Place Elementary School in Zachary prepared themselves for an active summer by competing in outdoor field day events on May 18, the last day of school. The students rotated four classrooms at a time through the various events, which included mini-Cross Fit, sack races, a hula-hoop toss and an event called Saturday… Continue reading →

New Chaneyville fire station breaks ground

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- East  Baton Rouge Parish Mayor-President Kip Holden speaks May 19 at a groundbreaking ceremony for a new volunteer fire station on Zachary-Deerford Road near Tucker Road outside Zachary city limits. Also attending the ceremony, from left, were Sen. Mack A. 'Bodi' White Jr., Metro Councilman Trae Welch and Chaneyville Fire Chief Mark Strickland.

East Baton Rouge Parish officials broke ground at the site of a new $400,000 station for the Chaneyville Volunteer Fire Department just outside Zachary city limits on May 19. City-Parish and fire officials said the station will shorten response times and lower insurance premiums for about 100 residents in the Chaneyville Fire District 7 area. Louisiana… Continue reading →

Around Zachary for May 26, 2016

Advocate staff photo by PAM BORDELON  At Family Road of Greater Baton Rouge's Storybook Ball  April 28 are, from left, Manny  Valencia, Genevieve Silverman, CEO Dena Morrison, Wendy Overton, Karron Alford and Pam Mascari

Memorial Day, an official holiday for the city of Zachary, will be observed Monday, and all municipal offices will be closed on this day. However, solid waste (garbage) collection will still be made for residents normally scheduled for pick-up on Monday by Waste Management under its contract with the city, according to Chris Davezac, director of… Continue reading →

Zachary Sports for May 26, 2016

Advocate staff photo by JOHN OUBRE -- Zachary pitcher Joey Blanchard was picked the District 4-5A MVP.

The Zachary baseball team swept the three major honors for District 4-5A, with sophomore Joey Blanchard named Most Valuable Player in the district. In addition, Jesse Cassard was named Coach of the Year, and junior infielder Jacob Payne earned the Gold Glove award. Cassard’s team finished the season with a 23-13 record after losing to Ruston… Continue reading →

Floriculture students finish on top

Photo provided by Melissa Brumbaugh -- Two Zachary High floriculture teams earned second- and third-place wins behind Walker High School at the Area IV Future Farmers of America Career Development Event, held March 24 in Gonzales. FFA advisor and Zachary High teacher Melissa Brumbaugh, from left, with the second-place team of Alicia Moree, Katie Mestayer, McKenzie Young and Luke Zweigle and the third-place team of Chase Chandler, Hunter Holliday, Rebecca Day and Kiersten Guy.

Two Zachary High School floriculture teams finished second and third at the Area IV Future Farmers of America Career Development Event competition and earned sixth- and ninth-place finishes at the state competition. Both were held in March at the Lamar-Dixon Expo Center in Gonzales. According to agriscience teacher and Future Farmers of America adviser Melissa… Continue reading →

Zachary receives largest LWCC dividends check yet

Photo provided by Sharon Phillips -- The city of Zachary has earned its largest Louisiana Workers' Compensation Corporation check to date, nearly $105,000. The check was presented during the City Council meeting May 10. Attending the presentation, from left, are Steve Nunnery, director of administration; Mayor David Amrhein; Ashley Pratt, Human Resources director; Paul Owen, of John Hendry Insurance Agency; Tiesha Whitfield, LWCC; Jody Horton, LWCC; and David Duval, LWCC.

The Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Corporation presented a $104,909 dividends check to the city of Zachary on May 10. Paul Owen, of John Hendry Insurance Agency, along with LWCC officials David Duval, Jody Horton and Tiesha Whitfield presented the check to Mayor David Amrhein, Human Resources Director Ashlee Pratt and Director of Administration Steve Nunnery. Owen… Continue reading →

Mudbugs for members

Photo provided by Kate MacArthur -- Members of the Zachary Chamber of Commerce and their guests dined on crawfish and beer at the chamber's annual membership appreciation crawfish boil held May 12 at The Pointe at Americana in Zachary.

The Zachary Chamber of Commerce held its annual membership appreciation crawfish boil May 12 at The Pointe at Americana. Member businesses and guests, the chamber’s board of directors and city leaders were treated to crawfish, beer and an evening of fellowship. The event was organized by Chamber Executive Director Kate MacArthur and Director Heather Prejean.… Continue reading →

2016 graduates: Northeast High School

Tracy Rakelle McBride

Northeast High School’s Class of 2016 graduated May 17 at Bethany World Prayer Center in Baker. Valedictorian: Tracy Rakelle McBride Salutatorian: Kearra Nicole Moore Graduates: Cardale Deandre Alexander, Ariel Avram Anderson, Jordan Gregory Beauchamp, Janeisha Deshae Bowman, Christian… Continue reading →

Southern Law Center awards degrees to Zachary residents

Residents of Zachary were among 155 graduates awarded the juris doctor degree from the Southern University Law Center during the 2016 commencement exercises on May 7, at the F. G. Clark Activity Center on Southern’s Baton Rouge campus. Graduates from Zachary were Daryl Causey, Lindsey Dupree and Brian Liddell.… Continue reading →

Classroom Spotlight: Rollins Place first-graders

Photo provided by Jennifer Marangos -- The May Classroom Spotlight is of Amy Bonds' first-graders at Rollins Place Elementary School in Zachary. Students sitting, from left, are Kailah Willis, Gabriel Barnette, Easton Hunt, Matilyn Kelly, Doneilli Maloid and Kynedi Cochran; kneeling, Ava Fletcher, Hector Cruz, Josiah Alexander, Quinn Langley, Jackson Krzewinski, Cameron Mazique and Olivia Nalencz; and standing, Brooklyne Hebert, Madison Smith, Kendall Brown, Calvin Duncan, Marianna Anderson and Kaleb Jones.

The Zachary Plainsman and Advocate’s spotlight class for May is Amy Bonds’ first-graders at Rollins Place Elementary in Zachary. The students were asked: What is your favorite thing to do over the summer and why? JOSIAH ALEXANDER: Go to the skate park and ride my scooter because I can go over ramps. Marianna… Continue reading →

Heritage Ranch hosts successful golf benefit

Photo provided by Amy Horn -- The team of Matt Flynn, Tim Lindsey, Adam Burns and Rod Lemoine, from left, played in the second annual Heritage Ranch golf tournament fundraiser held May 3 in St. Francisville. Proceeds from the event will go toward the residential childrens home in Zachary that provides housing, educational support and crisis counseling for area youth.

Heritage Ranch, a residential children’s home in Zachary, held its second annual golf tournament fundraiser at the The Bluffs on Thompson Creek in St. Francisville on May 3. About 30 teams participated. “We are thrilled with this year’s record-breaking turnout and are already looking forward to expanding the tournament next year,” Heritage Ranch Executive Director… Continue reading →

Flag ceremony at Port Hudson slated for Saturday

Advocate file photo by STACY GILL -- At the 2015 Flags at Port Hudson event, held annually at Port Hudson National Cemetery west of Zachary, over 400 volunteers placed flags at 13,000 veterans' gravesites.

Area families and volunteer organizations will join Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts in placing American flags at veterans’ gravesites from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday in the Port Hudson National Cemetery, La. 3113, west of Zachary. In 1947, U.S. Navy veteran James A. Jacocks III, who served in World War II, began the… Continue reading →

Zachary senior honored at LSMSA athletics banquet

Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts senior Bailey Dixon, of Zachary, was among 15 student-athletes honored during the annual LSMSA Athletics Banquet on May 13 in the school gym. Dixon received a wellness award. “We are here to recognize our student athletes for their hard work and dedication,” said Dale Clingerman, coordinator of athletics… Continue reading →

Baker Police arrests for May 12-19, 2016

The following people were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison by the Baker Police Department from May 12-19: BATISTE, GENO: 27, 6701 Old English Turn, Zachary, bench warrants for failure to appear for sale or possession of controlled substances, improper lane usage, switched license plates and disturbing the peace. BOYD, ROSALYN: 51, 608 Daniels St., Baker, domestic… Continue reading →

Zachary Police arrests for May 12-19, 2016

The following Zachary residents were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison or issued a summons May 12-19: BERNARD, BRANDI: 40, 13823 Achord Lane, Walker, fugitive warrant from East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office. BLADES, SHANNON: 47, 15151 Joor Road, Baton Rouge, theft. BOURQUE, DEREK: 36, 216 Alexander Ave., Port Barre, theft. CLAYPOLE, TORRAY: 23, 4360 Stewart St.,… Continue reading →

EBR Sheriff’s arrests for May 11-13, 2016

The following Baker and Zachary residents were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison by the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office from May 11-13: JACKSON, TAIJAH: 22, 9422 Spike Ridge Ave., Zachary, two counts of attempted simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling, theft and resisting an officer. MCKNEELY, JOSEPH: 34, 6624 Garland Ave., Baker, simple assault and… Continue reading →

Food pantry receives Empty Bowls proceeds

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- The annual Zachary High Empty Bowls fundraiser benefiting the Zachary Food Pantry raised $4,000.51 in April; the most ever since the fundraiser began. Attending the check presentation on May 17, front row, from left, are students Lauren and John Bradley, Food Pantry Director Reggie Dykes, pantry volunteer Roma Prejean, student Fiona Hagan-Anderson and art teacher Chloe McCleary; middle row, Superintendent Scott Devillier, Food Pantry board member Tommy Daigle, art teachers Mandy Bradley and Megan Buccere, Zachary High art students Charlotte Gehre and Collin Dupuy and Raising Cane's Shawn Venturra; and back row, Zachary High Principal Joe LeBlanc, Mayor David Amrhein, Bunny Bread's Josh Hughes and Mike McCleary, who helped cook the gumbo with Cajun Catch owner, Paul Mier, not shown.

The sixth annual Empty Bowls fundraiser — hosted by Zachary High School on April 21 — raised $4,000 for the Zachary Food Pantry. In the weeks prior to the event, which aims to end world hunger at local levels, high school art students handcrafted more than 300 pottery bowls, and for a $10 donation, attendees selected one… Continue reading →

Cherry Boudreaux memorial garden dedicated

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Four of the five Boudreaux children, from left, Robyn Amrhein, Pookie Boudreaux, Beetle Fisher and Brent Boudreaux, attended the garden dedication ceremony in honor of their late mother, Cherry Boudreaux, on Saturday in Zachary. The siblings' brother, Boosey Boudreaux, of Mandeville, was unable to attend the ceremony.

More than 100 people gathered Saturday behind the historic Train Depot in Zachary for a garden dedication ceremony in honor of the late Cherry Boudreaux, who died in 2014. Boudreaux, married to the late Jerry Boudreaux, was an educator, founding member of Zachary’s beautification committee and an artist. The couple’s five children — Robyn Amrhein,… Continue reading →

Graduates are first to begin, end in school district

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Zachary High School senior Terrell Turner flashes the peace sign during the Class of 2016 graduation procession at Bethany World Prayer Center in Baker on Friday. The ZHS senior class included more than 350 graduates.

In Zachary High Principal Joe LeBlanc’s comments to the 352 seniors receiving diplomas at Bethany World Prayer Center in Baker on Friday, he said in his notes from last year’s speech was a one-word reminder for the Class of 2016’s speech: legacy. “Your legacy at ZHS is that you are a class of many firsts … your… Continue reading →

School board presents awards

In its last meeting before the end of the school year, the Zachary Community School Board on Tuesday presented awards to several students and school district employees. “It gets overwhelming how many accolades our kids receive throughout the year,” Superintendent Scott Devillier said, noting that a record number of students won academic awards and sports championships… Continue reading →

Around Zachary for May 19, 2016

Stacy Gill

Kudos to the Florida Street resident in Zachary who “pays it forward” by leaving bottles of cold water on their garbage bin for the sanitation workers who pick up garbage every week. During a recent walk on a warm morning, I noticed three bottles lined neatly on the handle of this resident’s garbage… Continue reading →

Zachary Sports for May 19, 2016

Photo provided by Chris Carrier -- Zachary High girls track won its fifth consecutive state championship title May 7 at LSU's Bernie Moore Stadium. The Lady Broncos have earned three LHSAA Outdoor state titles (2014, 2015 and 2016) and two Indoor state championship titles (2015 and 2016). Members of the team, front row, from left, include Kiara Bethley and Nique Griffin; and back row, Frankie Griffin, Indya Jackson, Kristian Jackson, A'Neseya Dunn, Kayla Clifton, Janie O'Connor and Dakota Williams. The entire girls track team attended an awards banquet May 9.

Zachary High sprinter Janie O’Connor won three races, including a state record-tying time in the 400-meter run to pace the Lady Broncos to their third straight Class 5A state track and field championship at LSU’s Bernie Moore Stadium on May 7. The Lady Broncos scored 69 points to outdistance Lafayette High (45) and Baton Rouge High… Continue reading →

Zachary April star students recognized

Zachary Elementary School honored its star students for April at a recent breakfast awards ceremony. Students receiving medals from Principal Dewey Davis and Assistant Principal Trudy Johnson, listed alphabetically, are: Kadra Bates, Zaria Batiste, Jaylen Bocard, Jabari Bowie, Roderick Boyd, Claire Connor, Ira Cooper, Caleb Crawford, Garrison Devall, Dillon East, Clair Floyd, Rylee Guidry, Sarah Hagan,… Continue reading →

ZHS tennis players have super season at the net

Photo provided by Rip Rittell -- The 2016 Zachary High School girls tennis team, front row, from left includes Yasmine Taylor, Emma Chaney, Kenlee McHugh, Grace Dry, Claytin Goss, Makenzie Cranford, Grace Booth, Gabrielle Tyler and Mallory Charlet; and back row, Maggie Terral, Michaela McHugh, Ta'lor Barnes, Gabby Keaton, Jamie Stagg and Mary Grace Hardin. Not shown are Britney Anderson, Grace Dry and Emily Turner.

Zachary High School’s boys and girls tennis teams had a stellar run this season, with players qualifying and competing in the state tournament held at the University of Louisiana at Monroe April 25-26. Qualifying for the LHSAA state championships in Division I were Emma Chaney, Collin Delhom, Evan Delhom, Hayden LeBlanc, Jot Sandhu, Ben Terral and Yasmine… Continue reading →

Some street addresses in Zachary to change to aid in emergencies

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Zachary Fire Chief Danny Kimble, speaking at the Rotary Club of Zachary's May 5 meeting, provided an update on the department and address signage for community residents.

Some Zachary residents will soon see changes in street numbers. The changes are coming to address issues found by area firefighters. Danny Kimble, chief of the Zachary Fire Department for the past five years, talked about the changes during a speech to the Rotary Club of Zachary on May 5. Kimble said the entire… Continue reading →

2016 graduates: Zachary High School

Lama Hantash

Zachary High School’s Class of 2016 graduated Friday, May 13, 2016, at Bethany World Prayer Center in Baker. Valedictorian: Lama Cheri Hantash Salutatorian: Elise Victoria Goff Graduates: Amanda Paige Adams, Jessalyn Rose Allman, Jacoby Isaiah Anderson, Kobie Wayne Anderson, Mia Nireese Anderson, Mya… Continue reading →

EBR Sheriff’s arrests for May 2-10, 2016

The following Baker and Zachary residents were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison by the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office from May 2-10: BONNER, DAVID: 33, 19942 Buck Horn Drive, fugitive from justice in Baker, inspection sticker switched, possession of Schedule II drugs, drug paraphernalia, vehicle without required equipment and required tail lamps.… Continue reading →

Pair of gymnasts work to compete at national level

Photo provided by Sandra Welch -- Zachary students Tess Fullerton and Seth Welch have been competing for three years as an acrobatic mixed pair for the Acrobatics in Motion team at Perfect Balance Gymnastics in Central. The pair recently won second place overall at the 2016 Region 3 Acrobatic Championships in New Orleans.

Zachary students Tess Fullerton and Seth Welch have been competing for three years as an acrobatic mixed pair on the Acrobatics in Motion team at Perfect Balance Gymnastics in Central. The duo has competed at Level 7 in three local competitions and in state, taking second place overall at the Region 3… Continue reading →

Zachary Police arrests for May 4-11, 2016

The following Zachary residents were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison or issued a summons May 4 -11: ALEXANDER, BIANCA: 38, 7180 S. River Road, Addis, possession of Schedule II drugs and possession of Schedule IV drugs. BUTLER, ARIELLE: 27, 3536 Nelson St., Zachary, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. CARTER, HELEN: 37, 2908 Tecumseh St., Baton… Continue reading →

Baker Police arrests for May 6-11, 2016

The following people were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison by the Baker Police Department from May 6-11: ANDREWS, SHEILA: 55, 4405 Burgess Drive, Baker, bench warrants for failure to appear for driving under suspension/revocation and two headlights required. BAILEY, DERRICK: 36, 4047 Elm Drive, Baton Rouge, bench warrant for failure to appear for driving under suspension/revocation.… Continue reading →

Greenwell Springs woman receives honor

Jill Lindsey King, of Greenwell Springs, was among 64 LSU seniors to receive University Medals for graduating with the highest undergraduate GPAs during commencement exercises on May 13. King studied in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.… Continue reading →

Business owner honored for service to Kappa Alpha

Photo provided by Brook Sebren -- Kappa Alpha's Brook Sebren, left, congratulates fraternity brother Adam Elam, physical therapist and owner of Core Kinetics Physical Therapy in Zachary, for his induction into the Kappa Alpha Order’s Horace H. White Province Court of Honor at a ceremony in Baton Rouge on May 12. Elam is recognized as an outstanding alumni in the state of Louisiana for his professional accomplishments and service to KA.

Adam Elam, physical therapist and owner of Core Kinetics Physical Therapy in Zachary, was inducted as a member of Kappa Alpha Order’s Horace H. White Province Court of Honor at a ceremony in Baton Rouge on May 12. The KA honor is designed to recognize and honor alumni in Louisiana for their continuing interest, support and participation… Continue reading →

Memorial garden dedicated to Boudreaux matriarch

Cherry Boudreaux

Area residents are invited to the dedication ceremony of the Cherry Boudreaux Memorial Garden at 10 a.m. Saturday behind the historic Zachary Depot on Main Street. The privately funded project is dedicated in memory of the late Cherry Boudreaux, who served as a founding member of the city’s Beautification Committee. Married to the late Jerry Boudreaux, Cherry… Continue reading →

Zachary native inducted into honor society

A Zachary native was recently initiated into the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Courtney Page was initiated at Northwestern State University of Louisiana. Invitations are required to join Phi Kappa Phi and require nomination and chapter approval. The top 10 percent of seniors… Continue reading →

Goodbye, school! Hello, summer!

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Zachary Early Learning Center student Malia Edmonds focuses on making bubbles during pre-kindergarten luau activities May 11 in Zachary. The event celebrates the end of school and start of summer each year.

Zachary Early Learning Center pre-kindergartners celebrated the end of school and start of summer May 11 with a luau-themed party. The youth rotated through several outdoor activity stations, including tasting flavored ices, blowing bubbles, face painting, enjoying inflatable slides, playing hula hoops, tossing rings and bouncing on balls. Teachers, paraprofessionals and parent volunteers helped out at… Continue reading →

Woman walks in father’s war footsteps

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Jackson resident Beth Dawson holds a stone she picked up while tracing her father's footsteps during the Bataan Death March in April 1942 in the Philippines. She met surviving veterans who were part of the march and signed the stone, which she shared as the guest speaker of an Osher Lifelong Learning Institute meeting held May 11 in St. Francisville by the Felicianas chapter.

East Feliciana Parish School Board member Beth Dawson, of Jackson, shared her late father’s World War II experiences during the annual meeting of the Felicianas chapter of Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in St. Francisville on May 11. Dawson’s father, Army Capt. Whitney Langlois, of New Roads, didn’t talk much about his wartime experiences, so Dawson — who… Continue reading →

Pawnshop owner tracks down descendents of wedding band

Photo provided by Brandy Hannum --  Olivia Ruffin Wade, descendent of Willam Center Wade and Olivia Ruffin Lane Ratcliff Wade, married Laurent Marius Martin at Ellerslie Plantation in West Feliciana Parish on July 27, 1892.

While busying herself with duties relative to that of being secretary to the police chief, Zachary resident Brandy Hannum received an email message from an odd name on her account — jackanddicks — and like many of us do in the course of a busy day, chalked the message up to being spam. Within a few… Continue reading →

Sit-down restaurants now exempt from alcohol law

The Zachary City Council on Tuesday unanimously voted to exempt sit-down restaurants from an ordinance that prohibits the sale of alcohol within 300 feet of schools, churches, libraries and playgrounds. Now, restaurants that do 75 percent or more of their business selling food will be exempt from the rule requiring outlets selling alcohol to be… Continue reading →

Some Zachary students may be on the move

Zachary school officials are considering moving academically challenged students who attend the Zachary Career and Technical Center to Zachary High School while keeping the technical campus open for vocational courses. The move could also open a door for the federal Head Start program for young children — which has not operated in Zachary for several years —… Continue reading →

Around Zachary for May 12, 2016

Stacy Gill

The Louisiana Smoking Cessation Trust has funds available for smoking and tobacco cessation, allowing the Cardiovascular Institute of the South to offer Commit to Quit, a comprehensive program to help patients quit using tobacco.… Continue reading →

Zachary Sports for May 12, 2016

Advocate photo by Buddy Delahoussaye -- Lady Broncos Baylie Doiron is in the circle in the 5A championship game of the LHSAA Softball 56 Fast Pitch Tournament on April 30 in Sulfur.

Zachary High School softball coach Leslie Efferson-Yellott likes to use a quote from Principal Joe Leblanc to sum up her feeling about her 2016 team: “Kids don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” Efferson-Yellott cared about the 2016 team a lot and not because it became the first Bronco… Continue reading →

Student leads life of service

Photo provided by A'Nya Robinson -- Her second day as a freshman at Loyola University in New Orleans, A'Nya Robinson, left, of Zachary, participated in an ARC Mardi Gras recycling project, assisting adults with intellectual disabilities sort and sell beads to various krewes to raise money for their program.

Zachary native A’Nya Robinson, 22, has remained actively involved in community service most of her life. “As a young girl, my grandmother instilled in me the importance of putting your faith to work, and I was always in church singing in the choir, planning fun programs, teaching younger kids during Vacation Bible and Sunday schools, cleaning up… Continue reading →

Zachary Kiwanians read to pre-K students

Photo provided by Bruce Langley -- Zachary Police Chief David McDavid reads to prekindergartners at Zachary Early Learning Center on April 20 as part of a readalong by the Zachary Kiwanis Club.

The Zachary Kiwanis Club read the book “Kindergarten, Here I Come” to 14 classrooms of pre-kindergartners at Zachary Early Learning Center on April 20. Assisting the Kiwanians in reading to the youth were Zachary Mayor David Amhrein, Fire Chief Danny Kimble, Police Chief David McDavid and four firefighters. Zachary Kiwanians volunteering to read included Mike… Continue reading →

EBRSO dogs, officers shine at K-9 trials

Photo provided by Casey Rayborn Hicks -- East Baton Rouge Sheriff's K-9 Commander Capt. James Broussard displays awards won April 28 by his K-9 Indo at the United States Police Canine Association Region 10 Field Trials in Baton Rouge. Indo won first place in obedience, criminal apprehension and Patrol K-9 as well as received the Top Dog Award in the Patrol Division.

The U.S. Police Canine Association Region 10 Field Trials were held April 28 at the Perkins Road Community Park in Baton Rouge. The event showcases agility, obedience, detection and criminal apprehension skills in canines and K-9 teams. The East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office K-9 Division, which is headquartered in Zachary at the EBRSO Zachary/Plains substation under… Continue reading →

Men’s Club to host informational meeting

An informational meeting to discuss basic needs assistance available through the Division of Human Health and Services is planned for 6:30 p.m. May 19 at the Zachary Men’s Club, 5746 Rollins Road. Representatives from the Office of Social Services Division will share the various types of services available, primarily on an income-eligible basis to those in need,… Continue reading →