Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Building Officials Association of Louisiana president Blake Steiner, president-elect Rick Foster and director Scott Masterson, of Zachary, participated in the Capital Regional Builder's Association flood forum on Aug. 21 in Central at Zoar Baptist…

Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Members of the class of 2016 at the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts matched the school’s highest average ACT composite score in the history of the school, a record that was set by the class of 2015.

Former Southern University quarterback Eric Randall, coach of the Baker Buffaloes, was pitted against brother Marcus Randall and his Southern Lab Kittens during the Corey Webster Foundation Classic played Saturday night at Olympia Stadium.

Thursday, August 25, 2016
Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Zachary High members of the band, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross-country, dance, football, soccer, swim, tennis, track, volleyball and wrestling teams met Aug. 18 with their coaches and Athletic Director David Brewerton to organize floo…

During a flood recovery workshop on Aug. 18 at Zachary City Hall, officials received a detailed assessment from city planner Amy Schulze regarding the recovery efforts underway following the recent floods in Zachary and around the state.

The emergency camps being operated at BREC facilities in Baton Rouge, Baker, Central and Zachary served 105 students on Friday and planned to continue to provide the service for children whose school's have closed and homes damaged due to flooding.

Lane Regional Medical Center recently activated its newly constructed helipad to allow faster transport of patients with life-threatening conditions , according to a news release.

Residents in Gonzales, Geismar, Zachary and other area cities can ride a bus to downtown Baton Rouge thanks to a regional transportation service offered to flood victims by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development and area partners.

I am still surprised at times by humankind following a tragic occurrence; astounded by the compassion of some, shocked by the personal agendas of others.

Zachary athletic director and football coach David Brewerton watched the flooding that devastated Southern Louisiana unfold on his television. With his home dry, he felt such a sense of hopelessness watching the news, he had to do something about …

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Our hearts go out to our readers in the Baker-Zachary area who have been affected by the recent flooding. Many employees and their relatives at The Advocate, which publishes the Zachary Advocate & Plainsman, also have been affected by the floods.