Monthly Archives: November 2015

From Our Table To Yours

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From Our Table To Yours Grilling is often associated with summertime soirees with friends and family in the backyard. But truly devoted grillmasters see no reason why the grill can't be fired up year-round. Keeping your grill running strong year-round can open you up to new dishes you may be inclined to avoid during summer party season. Those who want ...

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West Georgia Health Achieves Best Quality Awards To Date With 2016 CareChex Rankings

West Georgia Health Achieves Best Quality Awards To Date With 2016 CareChex Rankings LaGrange, GA – West Georgia Health has achieved its best quality rankings ever determined by CareChex, a Quality Rating Service of Comparion, an independent healthcare research company. The 2016 rankings were released, and West Georgia Health has ranked in the top three of all Georgia hospitals and ...

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Annual Hogansville Christmas Parade On Saturday

Annual Hogansville Christmas Parade On Saturday With Christmas fast approaching, the parades and floats are coming out into the streets for an amazing holiday celebration. This year support your local community by coming out to the Annual Hogansville Christmas parade on Saturday at 6 pm. Christmas parades are a holiday tradition and this is no different in Hogansville Georgia. This ...

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“A Night Without A Roof”

“A Night Without A Roof” Raises Awareness & Donations For The Homeless December 4th – 4:00 pm – December 5th 8:00 am They were inspired by those individuals whose lives are spent living without a roof daily, the struggles they face, and the opportunity to be a voice for those who are without one. “A Night Without a Roof” encourages ...

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LaGrange Christmas Parade On Thursday

LaGrange Christmas Parade On Thursday year’s Grand Marshall will be L. Bernard Bledsoe, the Troup County Chapter Leader of Toys for Tots. Christmas or Santa Claus parades are a tradition dating back to Roman times, where chariots would be filled to the brim with gold and spoils of war. Many American cities partake in Christmas parades each and every year. ...

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Pat O’Neal

Pat O’Neal Pat O’Neal, age 61, of Newnan, passed away Tuesday, November 24, 2015, at her home. Ms. O’Neal was born November 6, 1954, in Hogansville, daughter of the late Roy Donald O’Neal and Ruby HoltzclawO’Neal.Shewasagraphic artist and had owned and operated O’Neal Signs and Graphics in Newnan. Survivors include her sister and brother in-law, Joyce and Randy Manos of ...

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Mr. John Cleveland Barber, Sr.

Mr. John Cleveland Barber, Sr. Mr. John Cleveland Barber, Sr., age 72, of Gay, passed away, Monday, November 23, 2015, at his home. Born November 26, 1942, in Meriwether County, Mr. Barber was the son of the late John Clovis Barber and Josie Mae Calhoun Barber. He was a lifelong resident of Meriwether County, was a self-employed mechanic, and was ...

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Striffler- Hamby Mortuary

Striffler- Hamby Mortuary Edwin Herman Farrar Mr. Edwin Herman Farrar, age 94, of LaGrange, GA passed away November 15, 2015 at his home. Mr. Farrar was born April 1, 1921 in Standing Rock, AL to the late Louis Paris Farrar and Sallie Abbott Farrar. He was a Supervisor at West Point Pepperell, Dixie Mill until his retirement and also worked ...

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Fleeing Driver Repeatedly Foiled By Locked Gates

Fleeing Driver Repeatedly Foiled By Locked Gates Early Friday morning about 1 a.m., officers with the LaGrange Police Department were conducting a traffic safety checkpoint near the intersection of Vernon Street at Forrest Avenue when police encountered a white Chevrolet Malibu that made an abrupt stop and attempt to turn into the LaGrange College campus. Due to a metal gate, ...

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