Monthly Archives: April 2016

Overturned Vehicle Injures Three


A carload of people, including a small child, are lucky to be alive after their vehicle overturned in a one-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon. Witnesses say the silver Ford Taurus flipped after running off roadway near the Upper Room Apostolic Church on Hogansville Road. A total of four occupants were in the vehicle at the time of the accident, none of ...

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Peters Pounces On Division 1 Soccer Offer From Kennesaw


Community Calendar • April 16th: 11th Annual Rod Benders Homecoming Tournament! The community is invited to come out to Pyne Road Park and support this annual tournament on April 16 from 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM. This event brings more than 200 boats to West Point Lake. If you’re interested in having a booth to promote your product or sell ...

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Team X-Treme Wins Again; Pearson Crushes Two-Run Homer

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Every girls softball team needs a leader – someone that it can depend on – game in and game out. Say hello to Avery Pearson. She is the leader and the “go to” player for Team X-Treme. Pearson went out and threw four hitless innings for Team X-Treme on Monday night against Maximum Effort in the 11 to 13Year-Old Recreation ...

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THINC Students Are In It To Win


LAGRANGE, GA – April 11, 2016 – Students at Troup County’s THINC College & Career Academy are ready to compete, as they head to the State Robotics Competition, DECA Internationals the end of April, and Skills USA in June. After placing third and receiving the Excellence in Engineering award at the FIRST Robotics Competition in Albany, Georgia, the THINC team ...

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Sherry Brown Gives Circles Update To Commissioners

Sherry Brown with Circles came before the Commissioners during their work session to give an update on Circles. Brown started off by thanking them for their continued support over the years. In our county today, 19.5% of our population is lives at or below our current federal poverty level. This is down from 23% two years ago which is going ...

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