Monthly Archives: November 2015

THINC College & Career Academy Vying For $2 Million

THINC College & Career Academy Vying For $2 Million Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest State Finalist LaGrange, Ga. Nov. 18, 2015 –THINC College & Career Academy was named a state finalist in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest. This contest has a grant potential of over $2M in technology products. More than 250 schools across the nation were named finalists, ...

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Man Allegedly Stabbed By Girlfriend

Man Allegedly Stabbed By Girlfriend Tommy Murphy Staff Writer LaGrange Police are currently investigating an incident where a local man was allegedly stabbed by his long time girlfriend. Sunday morning about 8:17 a.m., officers with the La-Grange Police Department responded to the Emergency Room at the West Georgia Medical Center on Vernon Road in reference to reports of a subject ...

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Operation Christmas Child At Lafayette Christian School

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Operation Christmas Child At Lafayette Christian School Every year in America, millions of children huddle up in their covers at night, too excited to sleep, knowing that very night old St. Nick is climbing down the chimney, waiting to deliver all of their Christmas presents. While those children wait in eager anticipation, many millions of other kids around the world ...

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Swallowing Evidence Didn’t Save LaGrange Man From Prison

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Swallowing Evidence Didn’t Save LaGrange Man From Prison Michael Todd Traylor and Brandi Michelle Pittman pled guilty in Troup County Superior Court last week after being caught in Amberwood Apartments parking lot acting suspiciously. Police believe Traylor swallowed narcotics in order to hide the evidence. He did manage to spend the night in the hospital instead of the jail. LaGrange ...

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Baseball Camp Is Set For Saturday

Registration has begun for the Game On Baseball Camp, which is scheduled for this Saturday in La-Grange. The registration fee is $40 for players who are between the ages of 7 and 14. The camp will concentrate on pitching and catching. Players can get a registration form by e-mailing Lee Wood at wood8574@gmail.com. Registration forms are also available by e-mailing ...

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Harry Pins Down Five Wins, Tigers Finish Second In Douglasville

Harry Pins Down Five Wins, Tigers Finish Second In Douglasville Troup High got the second place trophy, and the Alexander High Cougars received the first place honors. But the Tigers left the duals thinking they were just as good as Alexander, if not better. “We jelled. We wrestled well and hard. We had some freshmen step up, and we should ...

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Turnovers Prove Costly For Callaway, Cavaliers Fall To Westminster, 49-28

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Turnovers Prove Costly For Callaway, Cavaliers Fall To Westminster, 49-28 12-yard touchdown. Callaway High pulled to within, 27-21. But the Wildcats won the fourth quarter and the game. Westminster, which is 8-4 on the season, outscored the Cavaliers, 22-7 in the fourth period. The last Callaway High score came on Maynard’s 3-yard touchdown run. In his final football game for ...

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Harry Pins Down Five Wins, Tigers Finish Second In Douglasville

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Harry Pins Down Five Wins, Tigers Finish Second In Douglasville Colby Harry is a quick learner. The Troup High School freshman won all five of his heavyweight matches in the Alexander Duals on Saturday, November 14 in Douglasville. Harry pinned every one of his opponents. The freshman wrestler was fast, efficient and hungry for success. “I was more conditioned (than ...

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Cougars Edge Praise Academy, 36-34; Lafayette Christian Advances To State Finals

Cougars Edge Praise Academy, 36-34; Lafayette Christian Advances To State Finals They didn’t play a perfect game, but they did play with their head and their heart. And sometimes that is enough. It surely was on Friday night in Lithia Springs as the Cougars wiped out a 14point deficit and defeated arch-rival Praise Academy, 36-34 in the state football semifinals. ...

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