Monthly Archives: January 2016

Harpeth Rising Performs At The Pure Life Studios Concert Series

For the past six years, Harpeth Rising has challenged the boundaries of folk music and created a sound that is both excitingly unique and surprisingly familiar. Their virtuosic instrumentals of banjo and violin mixed with cello and foot percussion create an exciting and unique blend of musical genres that include folk, rock, bluegrass, classical, and roots music. Their original lyrics, ...

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Texas Chili with Chipotle Cream


From Our Table To Yours Get Ready For Gameday With Texas Chili With Chipotle Cream January marks the dawn of a new year, but for football fans, the first month of the calendar year also means the National Football Championship for college. Gatherings can be fun for ardent and novice fans alike. One of the reasons such get-togethers appeal to ...

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Woodward Stuns Lady Tigers, 55-52

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If the Troup High girls are going to make a run in Region 5-AAAA this winter they better start soon. The Lady Tigers fell to 0-2 in the region with a 55-52 setback to Woodward Academy on Friday night at Troup High School. The Lady Tigers were in the basketball game until the very last second as Troup High junior ...

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Southeastern Snake Encounter At LaGrange Memorial Library


Come share a unique educational opportunity with Jason Clark, a nationally recognized reptile expert and certified Master Naturalist of Southeastern Reptile Rescue on January 19th in the Fackler Room at LaGrange Memorial Library from 5:306:30PM. Refreshments will be available following the meeting. Mr. Clark’s topics will include valuable information such as snake identification, first aid and how to avoid snake ...

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Dude Did Not Look Or Sound Like A Lady

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Bond was denied for a suspect LaGrange Police Officers located hiding in the ladies restroom at a local fast food restaurant. The suspect attempted to sound like a female when officers knocked on the stall door, he didn’t fool either of the officers. The suspect was arrested on for an outstanding warrant, drug charges, and obstruction. Judge Vickie Sue McWaters ...

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Rosemont Receives Blue Ribbon Certification

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On the morning of January 7, students at Rosemont Elementary School got a visitor in the most unusual of ways. A helicopter touched down on their front lawn early that morning, bringing with them the State Superintendent, Mr. Richard Woods. Mr. Woods visit was cause for celebration for the students and faculty at Rosemont as they were being honored with ...

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Arrest Made In Georgia Avenue Shooting

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LaGrange Police have arrested a suspect believed to be the assailant in the December 4 shooting on Georgia Avenue. The suspect, Fredrick Evans Beasley, was arrested in his home Thursday afternoon without incident. Records indicate Beasley is a convicted felon and he spent time in prison for numerous Aggravated Assault and Cocaine convictions. The shooting incident allegedly occurred just before ...

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