Monthly Archives: June 2016

Bream Keep On Biting; Reeves, Louis Keep On Catching


Fishing is only as good as the person holding the fishing pole. On Thursday afternoon, Fred Reeves of Atlanta was doing some of the holding and some of the catching. Reeves is a fisherman of note and crickets. Reeves baited up with the crunchy little critters and caught nine bream and two catfish at the Pyne Road Recreation Park along ...

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City Hosts Storm Water Presentation

Dave Brown speaks to the City Council on Storm Water

The City of LaGrange and all of Troup County experienced severe damage this past holiday season due to heavy flooding and rains. After this, many with the county and the city worked for days and weeks on end to help repair what needed repairing and to make the city whole again. Now that we are removed, the city held a ...

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GDOT Board Endorses Innovative, Safe And Sustainable Demonstrations On Paving The Way For Sustainable Transportation Innovation

The Ray C. Anderson Memorial Highway The Ray Will Become a Proving Ground for Safer, Smarter Highway Mobility June 17, 2016 (Atlanta, GA)- The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) State Transportation Board passed a resolution endorsing a project of The Ray C.Anderson Foundation, The Ray, to re-imagine our highway system into one that is safer and more sustainable. The Ray, ...

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Police Investigating Pair Of Shooting Incidents

LaGrange Police are investigating a pair of seemingly random shooting incidents where local citizens had gunshots fired at them out of nowhere. The first of the two incidents occurred shortly before 6:46 p.m. Thursday evening when officers with the LaGrange Police Department responded to the 200 block of Newnan Street in reference to shots fired into a residence. Officers arrived ...

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Man Allegedly Attacks Daughter With Hammer Over $40

LaGrange Police are investigating a strange incident where a local woman was allegedly attacked by her father with a hammer in a dispute over $40. Thursday night about 9:14 p.m., officers with the La-Grange Police Department responded to the Emergency Room at the Wellstar West Georgia Medical Center in reference to a person injured. Police arrived and spoke with the ...

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Local Titles In Top 10 And Top 15 At Miss Georgia


  Columbus, June 18, 2016: The Miss Hummingbird Festival Pageants announce that both titleholders placed in the Top Fifteen at Miss Georgia and one advanced into the Top Ten at the River Center in Columbus, Georgia on June 18, 2016. Sydney Hillman, 2016 Miss Hummingbird Festival, made the Top Fifteen along with her sister queen, Kelly Donoghue, 2016 Miss Middle ...

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Fourth Of July Fireworks Set For Pyne Road Park

Fourth Of July Fireworks Set For Pyne Road Park Jeremy Andrews Staff Writer Ever since the 12th century in ancient China, there has been a method of explosive lights and colors to help celebrate certain occasions. Originally these methods were used to scare away evil spirits. In the hundreds and hundreds of years that were to follow, they became more ...

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