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Friday, November 21

* Deputies Nab Heavily Armed Suspected Drug Dealer – Troup County Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested a LaGrange man on drug distribution charges after he was found in possession of large amounts of suspected marijuana and cash, as well as an assault rifle, during a speeding stop.

* Police Investigating String Of Armed Robberies – Police were once again called to investigate an armed robbery in the South Greenwood Street area.

* A Source Of Help In Time Of Need – As Thanksgiving approaches, there are many families in Troup County that would have little hope of a nutritious meal without the assistance of places like the Baptist Tabernacle food and clothes closet on Davis Road.

* Woman Sentenced For Abusing Child – A LaGrange woman was sentenced to three years in prison and nine years probation for abusing her seven-year-old son.

* Volunteerism Is Theme Of Chamber Breakfast – Chuck Stump, founder and CEO of The Performance Group, Inc., was the featured speaker at Tuesday’s Early Bird Breakfast of the LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce.

* Merry Merchants Welcome The Holiday Season In Downtown LaGrange – Complimentary carriage rides highlight the holiday offerings in downtown LaGrange again this year.

* Lighthouse Of Hope For The Needy – In keeping with the spirit of the season, Sister to Sister Lighthouse Ministries, based in LaGrange, recently conducted its annual Thanksgiving dinner for the less fortunate citizens of our community.

* LaGrange Academy Visits Emory University – Recently, LaGrange Academy’s freshman and sophomore classes took a field trip to the Carlos Museum on the campus of Emory University in Atlanta. 

* Callaway Enters “House Of Pain” Against Washington County – LSU and Clemson both have stadiums known as “Death Valley”.

* 2014 Textile Bowl Champions – The recreation league youth football season came to an end Monday night with the annual Textile Bowl at Callaway Stadium to determine the U-10 and U-12 champions.

* Panthers Basketball Season Underway – BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – LaGrange opened the 2014-15 season with a 104-100 overtime win against College of Faith at the Black Tie Classic on Saturday.

* Please check out the full stories in the 11-21-2014 issue