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Flags at Port Hudson honor veterans

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Courtney Day, of Zachary, far right, carries flags to be placed on the gravesites of soldiers buried at Port Hudson National Cemetery in Zachary on May 23. Day's son, Morgan, is a Boy Scout, whose troop was among the many volunteering organizations participating in the Flags at Port Hudson event.

More than 30 scouting organizations joined together with hundreds of volunteers and veterans Saturday for a long-standing tradition at Port Hudson National Cemetery — that of honoring veterans who have died. The annual event, held the Saturday before Memorial Day, invites Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Eagle Scouts to join… Continue reading →

Zachary school year ends with chills, thrills, end-of-year spills

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Zachary's Clifton Walker, 9, of Rollins Place Elementary School, tries to keep up with his friends who are inside two human hamster balls during the school's end-of-year celebration May 20.

Zachary schools ended for summer May 20, but prior to doing so, end-of-year celebrations were held. Students at Zachary Early Learning Center, along with faculty and staff, were able to “hula on down” at the pre-kindergarten’s annual luau. Inflatables, face-painting, slides, sno-balls and pizza were part of the celebratory event for the district’s youngest, who’ll represent… Continue reading →

Around Zachary for May 28, 2015

Louisiana residents can purchase flashlights, batteries, portable generators and other emergency supplies — free of the 4 percent state sales tax — during the 2015 Louisiana Hurricane Preparedness sales tax holiday. The reprieve from the tax is Saturday and Sunday, right before the start of the six-month 2015 Atlantic hurricane season that begins June 1. The… Continue reading →

Graduates: Zachary High School

Yara Hantash

Zachary High School held its graduation ceremony at 6:30 p.m. May 19, 2015, at Bethany World Prayer Center in Baker. VALEDICTORIAN: Yara Beverly Hantash SALUTATORIAN: Kelsey Nicole Olson OTHER GRADUATES: Ian Cole Achord, Jaravian Shana Alexander, Michael Louis Alleman, J'olie Elise Allen, Darryl Dwain Anderson Jr., Edward David Annison, Dorian Alexis Arceneaux, Taylor… Continue reading →

Martin Stott named administrator at Lane Nursing Home

Photo provided by Delores Sutton -- Martin Stott, Jr.

Martin Stott Jr. has been named the administrator for Lane Nursing Home at Lane Regional Medical Center in Zachary, a news release said. Stott is responsible for coordinating all aspects of nursing care for the division including patient satisfaction, staffing and physician relations. A native of Clinton and graduate of Silliman Institute, Stott attended… Continue reading →

NWS students discover world of Disney

Northwestern Middle School Choir teacher Cassi Doherty with students Jonathan Craid and Tala Spates, from left, proudly display the trophy the choir won after a performance at Festival Disney, which earned the students a superior rating, best in class and gold award from judges. The choir, band and art students visited Disney World April 21-26 to participate in workshops.

A total of 88 Northwestern Middle School art, band and choir students spent April 21-26 at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, attending workshops and performing in student competitions. Art teacher Heather Savoie, band teacher Carla Murray and choir teacher Cassi Doherty led their students, accompanied by 10 chaperones, through programs in Disney’s Youth Education Series.… Continue reading →

Vet offered special franchise opportunity

Photo provided by Keegan Shoutz -- Brent Hallock, left, co-founder and executive vice president of Home Franchise Concepts, Chad Hallock's twin brother, with Walt Byars, franchise owner of Budget Blinds, which is serves the Baker, Zachary, Clinton, Jackson, Slaughter, St. Francisville and New Roads areas. Byars is the first veteran to sign up for the Troops In Transition program, which waives the initial $75,000 franchise start-up fee.

A custom window-covering franchise, Home Franchise Concepts brand, announced the launch of its “Troops in Transition” program, which provides veterans who have left active duty within the past two years an opportunity to own a franchise with no initial entry fee. Veterans selected to participate in the program begin a six-month trial period as a franchisee,… Continue reading →

Baker, Zachary Rotarians awarded

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Ginger Vann, left, of the Baker Rotary Club, awards Ryan Talbot, president of the Zachary Rotary Club, with a Rotary District 6200 Service Award on May 14. Talbot was one of seven club presidents to receive the award out of 49 clubs within the district. Vann, assistant governor of District 6200, received the Governor's Cup award in April at the annual Rotary convention in Crowley.

One aspect of Rotary that sets it apart from other service organizations is the personal involvement of its members in serving others and improving the world around them and in their communities, said Ginger Vann, assistant governor of Rotary International District 6200. Each year, a District 6200 Rotarian who best exemplifies the ideals of the organization and… Continue reading →

Graduates: Northeast High School

Jaina Green

Northeast High School in Pride held a graduation ceremony at 6 p.m. May 14, 2015, at Bethany World Prayer Center in Baker. VALEDICTORIAN: Jaina Dara Green SALUTATORIAN: Shelby Denise Mackey OTHER GRADUATES: Darryl Paul Adams Jr., Jasmine Lakeisha Aguillard, Kyra Shanece Anderson, Canyon Michael Baugh, Rochell Ann Beauchamp, Mary Frances Belgard, Chanice Unchelle Boudreaux, Jarman Dijon… Continue reading →

BREC opens FootGolf course near Baker

Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Roger Celaya tees off on the 4th Hole while playing a round of footgolf, a hybrid blend of golf and soccer, May 20 at BREC's City Park Golf Course. Coaches and players from Baton Rouge Soccer Club played the round to introduce the sport.

BREC officially opened two FootGolf courses Saturday — City Park Golf Course, 1515 Dalrymple Drive, and J.S. Clark Golf Course, 2301 Thomas Road, near Baker. FootGolf is a combination of golf and soccer, requiring players to get a soccer ball from the marked teeing ground into the specialty FootGolf hole with the lowest number of kicks possible,… Continue reading →

Zachary Police arrests from May 15-20, 2015

The following people were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison or issued a summons by the Zachary Police Department from May 15 to May 20. BROWN, FREDERICK: 36, 2494 E. George St., Zachary, domestic abuse battery. BUCKLES, DONALD: 31, 8741 Hickcock Drive, Baton Rouge, bench warrant for failure to appear for driving under suspension and… Continue reading →

Zachary JROTC race part of bigger picture

Photo provided by Leslie Martin -- Zachary High School cadets in the Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program relax before participating in the annual JROTC 5K on April 25 in Zachary. Gathered, front from left, are Taylor Harless, Stephanie Harper and Dalton Hanks; middle row, Madeline Elbert, Charles Sampson, Garbrielle Lillie, Kayla Kilcrease and Ariel Swindle; and back row, flag bearer Robert Hodges, Kathryn Leist, Katerric Haney, Orrin Bordelon, Joseph Florida, Trevor Humphrey, Frank Hotard, Simon Kleinpeter, Arron Dick, Juliana Voiers, Zane Nappi, Antonio Gilmore, Kyle Wilson, Neil Garcia, Jackson Mears, Ronnie Holliday and flag bearer Matthew Estelle.

Despite a rainy day in late April, 29 cadets from the Zachary High School Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program entered and completed a 5K race. Cadets from Lee and Northeast high schools also competed in the annual run, celebrating the 99th anniversary of Junior ROTC in the U.S., according to retired Maj. Leslie Martin, senior… Continue reading →

EBR Sheriff’s arrests from May 14-20, 2015

The following Baker residents were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison by the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office from May 14 to May 20. BROWNING, BRANDT: 32, 12621 Centerra Court, Baker, theft. HULBERT, TASHA: 32, 2055 Hovey Ave., Baker, theft and criminal trespassing. JOHNSON, TRACI: 28, 4206 N. Morvant Drive, Apt. 2, Baker, simple criminal… Continue reading →

Baker Police arrests from May 15-21, 2015

The following people were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison by the Baker Police Department on May 15-21. BELL, ROZEA: 22, 1001 N. 31st St., Unit 1, Baton Rouge, bench warrant for failure to appear for no driver’s license. BENDER, CAREENA: 21, 3555 Warren Drive, Baton Rouge, bench warrant for failure to appear for two headlights… Continue reading →

Zachary Sports: O’Connor finalist for athlete of year award

Advocate staff photo by HEATHER MCCLELLAND --  Zachary's Janie O'Connor.

In two years, Janie O’Connor has established that she’s on the fast track to an impressive high school track and field career. In fact, she’s accomplished more in two years than most athletes manage in four. The Zachary sprinter just finished her sophomore year, leading the Lady Broncos to consecutive Class 5A state outdoor championships in… Continue reading →

Storms not only disasters to prepare for

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Sandy Joslyn, a Disaster Action Team captain with the American Red Cross, explains for Zachary Rotarians the types of items one should include in personal emergency preparedness 'go bags' or survival kits.

With Hurricane Preparedness Week this week, May 24-30, and the start of the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season on June 1, the timing of Sandy Joslyn’s visit to the Zachary Rotary Club May 21 couldn’t have been better. But as Joslyn — a Disaster Action Team captain with the American Red Cross — points out, hurricanes aren’t… Continue reading →

Police: DNA links Zachary man to 2012 rape case

A 33-year-old Zachary man has been arrested after police report his DNA links him to a 2012 rape. Thomas Mayhall Jr., was booked into Parish Prison on one count of forcible rape. The victim told police on Nov. 3, 2012, she awoke in a strange house after a night of drinking and found she did not… Continue reading →

Zachary police plan DWI checkpoint

Advocate staff file photo by Patrick Dennis -- La. State Police from Troop B, Kenner, demonstrate how they conduct DWI checkpoints for police officers from 80 agencies statewide.

In an effort to reduce impaired driving in their community, Zachary police will be conducting a DWI checkpoint Friday night in the Zachary area, according to Police Chief David McDavid. “If you drink, don’t drive, and if you must do both, do so responsibly,” McDavid said. Though checkpoints are often held in conjunction with other… Continue reading →

A place to honor courage and sacrifice

Rendering provided by Will Steen -- A rendering of the entrance to the Regional Veterans Park in Zachary by Remson, Haley, Herpin Architects.

About a year ago, Lane Regional Medical Center was approached by a group of people, some of them veterans, who wanted to build a new memorial behind the hospital, paying tribute to veterans from throughout the region. “Many vets did not receive their due recognition, especially those who fought in Vietnam because it was an ugly war,”… Continue reading →

Hospital Medicine program focusing on patient care

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Lane CEO and Zachary Rotarian, Randy Olson, left, listens as Dr. Will Freeman shares a bit about the new Hospital Medicine program at Lane Regional Medical Center with Zachary Rotarians May 7. Freeman is one of eight hospitalists involved in the program.

Though the terms hospital medicine and hospitalist are not new to medical professionals, the terms may be new to patients receiving care at Lane Regional Medical Center in Zachary. A hospitalist is a physician who specializes in the care of patients during their stay in the hospital. “It’s becoming a new normal,” said Dr. Will Freeman,… Continue reading →

Student writers recognized for works

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- The Louisiana Reading Association's Young Authors contest judges students for their original works of fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Zachary students winning first place in district were recognized May 5 by the Zachary Community School Board. Gathered front row from left, are Jack Dunford, Miles Williams, Amari Wells, Elliot Malden, Kelvin Iyun, Payton Bridges and James Whittey; and back row, School Board member Beth Kimmell, Sydnee LeGrange, Calla Duggan, Alexis Conachen, William Jackson, Emma Benedict, Brianne Bankston, Abigail Yoes and Brailyn King with School Board member Donna Grice. Not shown: Niadrain Lenoir and Trenton Lloyd.

Two Zachary students’ writings won awards at the recent Young Authors state contest. Host of the annual contest is the Louisiana Reading Association, which aims to improve the quality of literacy for all through the study of best practices in literacy processes and instruction, the promotion of literacy research and the dissemination of information related to… Continue reading →

Around Zachary for May 21, 2015

Photo provided by Kristen Hogan -- Zachary area seniors age 65 and up are encouraged to participate in a free enhance fitness class May 27 and free pilates class May 28 at the Americana YMCA in celebration of National Senior Health and Fitness Day.

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the U.S., with melanoma being the deadliest kind of skin cancer. Caused by ultraviolet light, melanoma can easily be prevented by limiting sun exposure, especially among infants and young people, and avoiding indoor tanning. “Though a relatively small number of people in Louisiana die from melanoma, we… Continue reading →

Zachary Sports: New AD sees bright future at Zachary

Plainsman archive photo -- Jesse Cassard

A little more than a year ago, Jesse Cassard became Zachary High School’s athletic director. Reflecting on his first full school year in the post, Cassard points to what he considers a positive momentum shift in the school’s athletic fortunes that he wants to see continue next year. “We had a very good year. All of our… Continue reading →

EBR Sheriff’s K9 teams earn top honors

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- The East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office K9 team of Capt. James Broussard and Indo, above in October, were named 2015 United States Police Canine Association Region 10 champions in April following their National win in October. The duo pratice at the EBRSO K9 training facility in Zachary along with EBRSO's other K9 teams.

In April, the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office K9 Division competed at the 2015 U.S. Police Canine Association’s Region 10 championships, where Capt. James Broussard and Indo received the Top Dog Overall award and placed first in patrol dog, agility, article search, box search and scent work. In October, the pair won the Top Dog… Continue reading →

Zachary teen signs with Dillard

Photo provided by Jterh Nmah -- Zachary senior Cathy McLeod, seated center, signs a scholarship May 7 to throw the shot put for Dillard University's Bleu Devils in New Orleans. The signing ceremony at ZHS was attended by, from left, Shelly McLeod, Cathy's mother; Jesseca Johnson, Cathy's English teacher, and Doris Nixon, Cathy's godmother. Not shown: Cathy's father, Frank McLeod, and godfather, William Nixon.

Playing sports with a university, much less signing a scholarship to do so, was never something 18-year-old Cathy McCleod envisioned, but on May 7, that’s exactly what the Zachary High senior did. After reviewing McCleod’s statistics and record in the shot put on a website, Dillard University came calling. “They contacted me, so I sent them… Continue reading →

Baker graduates on May 21

Brionna Kincade

Baker High School will present diplomas to its seniors at a graduation ceremony beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 21, 2015, at Bethany World Prayer Center in Baker. Valedictorian Brionna Kincade is the daughter of Phoebe and Michael Kincade. She will attend ITI Technical College in Baton Rouge. Salutatorian Lamiri Cobb is the daughter of Tiffany… Continue reading →

Four Zachary band students offered scholarships

Photo provided by Jason Venable -- Four Zachary High School band students signed scholarships May 14. Signing, from left, are Rhashan Brazelton, piano, LSU; Eric Scherrer, color guard, University of Louisiana at Monroe; Christian Slaughter, trombone, Southern University; and Anthony Stewart, trumpet, Jackson State University.

Four Zachary High band students will continue making music in college thanks to offers from three Louisiana universities and a Mississippi school. Seniors Rhashan Brazelton, Eric Scherrer, Christian Slaughter and Anthony Stewart inked scholarships May 14 at a signing ceremony attended by family and fellow ZHS bandmates. “You have all worked very hard in your high… Continue reading →

East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s arrests from April 28 - May 13, 2015

The following Baker and Zachary residents were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison by the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office from April 28 to May 13. ERWIN, JESSICA: 23, 12225 Partridgewood Drive, Baker, child desertion. GEORGE, TIFFANY: 35, 4980 Lower Zachary Road, Apt. 8, Zachary, theft of goods under $500 and simple battery. HAYDEN, MECHEL:… Continue reading →

Zachary Police arrests from May 7-14, 2015

The following people were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison or issued a summons by the Zachary Police Department from May 7-14. ARD, ASHLEY: 24, 9745 Morris Road, St. Francisville, possession of Schedule I drug, possession of Schedule IV drug, theft and contraband into a penal institution. BLUNTSON, SHONDA: 39, 5920 Main St., Apt. 1,… Continue reading →

Baker Police arrests from May 8-14, 2015

The following people were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison by the Baker Police Department from May 8-14. BARFIELD, ASHILEY: 30, 8770 Elm Grove Garden Drive, Baton Rouge, bench warrant for failure to appear for no driver’s license. BESSIE, SEBASTIAN: 45, 10787 Fieldcrest Drive, Baton Rouge, bench warrant for failure to appear for sale or… Continue reading →

YMCA volunteers, donors honored

Photo provided by Aaron Hogan -- Representing each of the nine YMCA locations as a Volunteer of the Year and honored May 12 in Baton Rouge, are, front row, from left, Derek Fitch, Charles W. Lamar, Jr. Y; Patrick Tate, Americana Y; Kenny Ricard, ExxonMobil Y; and Whitney Cooper, Baranco Clark Y; and back row, from left, Rodney Mallet, C. B. Pennington, Jr. Y; Ben Cherbonnier, Paula G. Manship Y; John ‘Bud’ Traylor, Southside Y; and Dave Steiner, Dow Westside Y. Not shown: Byron Townsend, A. C. Lewis Y

More than 250 guests attended the YMCA of the Capital Area’s annual meeting May 12 in Baton Rouge. The event recognizes volunteers, donors and partners who help advance the Y’s cause to strengthen the foundation of the communities it serves, a news release said. During the program, each of the nine Y locations honored their respective Volunteers… Continue reading →

8 locals earn Southern law degrees

Two Zachary natives and six from the Felicianas were among the 165 graduates who received law degrees from the Southern University Law Center during the 2015 commencement ceremony May 9 at the F.G. Clark Activity Center on Southern University’s Baton Rouge campus. Graduates from Zachary included Shannan L. Clark and Derek… Continue reading →

Baker, Zachary residents among LSU’s largest graduating class

LSU’s 286th commencement ceremony wrapped up a record-setting year of graduates for the university. The spring graduating class, totaling 3,979 students, was the largest graduating class in the university’s history, according to a news release. At the spring commencement May 14, the 3,979 degrees awarded were the most earned at a single commencement, surpassing May 2014’s 3,952… Continue reading →

Coach shares gift of life with colleague’s wife

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Steven Thomas, 39, a Zachary High School defensive coordinator for the Broncos football team, is set to donate one of his kidneys to a friend's wife May 22.

When Zachary High School coach Steven Thomas first offered to donate one of his kidneys to a friend, he never dreamed he’d actually be a match and ultimately selected as the “go-to guy,” the defensive coordinator said while sitting in ZHS football coach David Brewerton’s office on May 7. Now, just days away from the procedure, Thomas… Continue reading →

School Board hands out honors

The Zachary School Board met for its last meeting before summer on May 5, and it was standing-room-only for the students, teachers, administrators, district personnel and families that attended for the many honors and recognitions given. The awards had to be distributed in two phases — children first, during the first half of the meeting, and then… Continue reading →

Around Zachary for May 14, 2015

Dr. Joshua Best, OB/GYN

Zachary Elementary Parent Teacher Organization’s second annual Race to the Finish fundraising event in April, which featured a 5K and 1-mile fun run benefiting Zachary’s five elementary schools, was attended by many from the Zachary community, including teachers, students, parents, district personnel, school administrators and representatives from businesses and organizations, many of whom volunteered to man the course,… Continue reading →

Lane earns respiratory care recognition

Photo provided by Delores Sutton -- Respiratory therapists at Lane Regional Medical Center in Zachary, from left, include Jim McGowan, Jeanesa Jackson, Trish Gueho, Clay Olsen and Jim McGowan. Not shown are Laura Butler, Cindy Conerly, Quincy Futrell, Mike Hlavac, Randy Major, Debbie Mann, Katy Newsom and Sharon Wade.

Lane Regional Medical Center in Zachary has earned quality respiratory care recognition under a national program aimed at helping patients and families make informed decisions about the quality of the respiratory care services available in hospitals. Fifteen percent of hospitals in the U. S. received the award. This was the ninth year Lane has earned the recognition,… Continue reading →

Northeast to graduate class of 2015 on Thursday

Jaina Green

Northeast High School in Pride will host its commencement ceremony for seniors at 6 p.m. Thursday at Bethany World Prayer Center in Baker. The class valedictorian is Jaina Green. Green will attend Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond in the fall, majoring in English with plans to attend law school. She is the daughter of Michelle… Continue reading →

Zachary High School graduation ceremony set for Tuesday

Yara Hantash

Zachary High School’s Class of 2015 will graduate in a commencement ceremony beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Bethany World Prayer Center in Baker. Admission is by ticket only. The valedictorian of Zachary High is Yara Beverly Hantash, 17. Hantash is attending Tulane University in New Orleans with plans to major in architecture.… Continue reading →

Zachary teens have big reason to cheer

Photo provided by Juterh Nmah -- Zachary High School seniors Paris Rogers, left, and Ty'Keria Jackson signed cheerleading scholarships with Southern University April 29.

Ty’Keria Jackson and Paris Rogers, both 17, are best friends and have been cheering together since they were girls. As freshmen, sophomores and juniors at Zachary High School, the pals cheered for the Broncos, but in their senior year, they decided to take a different route. “We wanted to focus more on our studies and senior-year… Continue reading →

Students honored for Olympiad participation

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Zachary School Board member Donna Grice, center, presented certificates of recognition  to Zachary Elementary School students William Ianitelli, left, and Claire Venable for competing in a state math challenge in February. Venable placed third overall and won an iPod Touch and a $50 gift card for her teacher, Jess Patti, while Ianitelli finished eighth and received a Math Olympiad medal and certificate.

The Zachary Community School Board presented certificates of recognition April 21 to Zachary and Copper Mill Elementary school students for their participation in the Louisiana Elementary Math Olympiad at Kenilworth Science and Technology School in February. The contest included 446 fourth- and fifth-graders from 60 schools answering multiple-choice questions in various topics aligned to the Common… Continue reading →

Poetry lovers come together

Photo provided by Christina Knight -- Zachary High School students participated in the second annual Poetry Slam during National Poetry Month in April in the Black Box, a small performance theater inside the larger, Zachary Performing Arts Center. Front from left, are Aiden Hill and Angelle Carter; middle row, Robert Goyer, Spencer Bynum and Akira Grant; and back row, Davis Hughes, William Woodfin and Christian Jordan.

A shared love of reading, writing and reciting poetry united students, teachers and an alumni of Zachary High School for National Poetry Month in April. The second annual Poetry Slam held April 17 in the Black Box — a small performance theater inside the larger Zachary Performing Arts Center on the school’s campus — featured the group… Continue reading →

Rotarians help to rebuild Zachary home

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Zachary Rotarian Kate MacArthur cleans the leaves from the gutter of a Zachary home belonging to an elderly woman on McHost Road May 8. MacArthur and several Rotarians volunteered to repair and renovate the woman's home as part of the Rebuilding Together project, the fourth like it in the community.

Rebuilding Together Baton Rouge has once again received volunteer help from the Zachary Rotary Club. On May 8, several members of the service organization volunteered for the fourth Rebuilding Together BR project to repair and renovate the McHost Road home of 92-year-old Zachary woman. RTBR formed in 2003 as a nonprofit organization supported by contributions of… Continue reading →

Zachary Police arrests from April 30 - May 1, 2015

The following people were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison or issued a summons by the Zachary Police Department on April 30 to May 6. APPERSON, ELIZABETH: 53, 11702 Morgan Hill Court, Baton Rouge, felony unauthorized use of an access card. ARNOLD, DEREK: 46, 3828 Stoney Brook Drive, Zachary, simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling. BIBBINS, JESSE:… Continue reading →