Monthly Archives: November 2015

Christmas Tours at Bellevue Begin December 1st

Christmas Tours at Bellevue Begin December 1st wife, Caroline. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and it is also a designated National Landmark by the National Park Service. Much of the décor is original to the house. Soon the manor will be decorated for Christmas, with tours running from the first of December through the 23rd. ...

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West Point Prepares To Close Out 2015

West Point Prepares To Close Out 2015 Tommy Murphy Staff Writer During their second November work session, the West Point Mayor and City Council discussed several issues preparing to close out 2015 and prepare for next year. Right before the work session, the city held a public hearing on the proposed 2016 budget. City Manager Ed Moon advised no changes ...

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LaGrange College Presents The Rimers Of Eldritch

LaGrange College Presents The Rimers Of Eldritch the powerful themes present in the Bible belt and show what hardships the simple ebb and flow of life can bring. This amazing piece will be presented at the Lab at Price Theater at 304 Forrest Avenue. Tickets for adults are $10 and for non-Lagrange college students and senior citizens the price is ...

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Couple Accused Of Firing Gunshots At House Found Trafficking Meth

Couple Accused Of Firing Gunshots At House Found Trafficking Meth of Weathers Drive in reference to reports of multiple gunshots fired at a residence. Investigators advised the home in question was unoccupied at the time of the shooting; however, numerous nearby homes were occupied. Deputies say the residence also sustained significant damage from the shooting. Over the course of the ...

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Police & Sheriff’s Reports

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Police & Sheriff’s Reports • Tuesday morning about 10:20 a.m., officers responded to the LaGrange Police Department in reference to a walk-in report. Officers arrived and made contact the complainant, who stated someone stole his Ruger LCP .38 caliber pistol out of his Chevy 2500. The victim stated he believed that it happened sometime on Sunday between 10 a.m. and ...

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Troup County News Annual Turkey Contest Winners Revealed

Turkey Winners

Troup County News Annual Turkey Contest Winners Revealed age 5, Holden Newsome age 7, Jaden Axel Brazil age 7, Herman Stephen age 6, Bella Weaver age 6, Caelyn A. Dukes age 6, Gracie Baker age 7, and Javius Mc-Curty age 5, Andarion Zackery age 5, Antaniyal Blackmon age 6, Imahni Hairston age 7. Ages 8-11: Duery Leonard Jr. age 11, ...

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TCMC Iron Cross and Guardian Toy Ride

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TCMC Iron Cross and Guardian Toy Ride $525 and a few toys, all of which will go to local children sponsored through Defending Americas’ Defenders Inc., or DAD for short. The ride went excellently and really helped to make some waves for a great cause. Defending America’s Defenders is a non-profit that organized to help homeless veterans or veterans that ...

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Breaking Every Chain Testimonies Give Others Hope

Breaking Every Chain Testimonies Give Others Hope every evil spirit that comes against us and our families. We bind the spirit of fear and all the powers underneath it. We declare that we are strong and courageous. We release the spirit of truth, encouragement, and strength. So they allow the fullness of God to live in them so they no ...

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Tina DuFrene Cantrell

Tina DuFrene Cantrell, age 49, of West Point, GA died Sunday morning at her home. Mrs. Cantrell, born February 13, 1966, in LaGrange, was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She devoted her life to her husband and children as a homemaker. Mrs. Cantrell is survived by her husband, Ronnie Cantrell of West Point, Ga; a son and daughter in-law, ...

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