Monthly Archives: September 2016

CrossPointe Clobbers Lafayette; Defending State Champs Slump To 1-3

Suddenly last year’s state football title seems a long time ago for the Cougars. This season’s Lafayette Christian team has very little in common with the 2015 LCS Cougars. Last year’s Lafayette Christian squad was packed with seniors. The Cougars had loads of returning starters. Lafayette Christian was sure of itself. This year the Cougars aren’t sure of anything other ...

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Cavaliers Rush For 263, Callaway Pummels Upson-Lee


Maybe they are a first half team. The Cavaliers did give that indication on Friday night as they flattened the Upson-Lee Knights, 34-7 at Callaway Stadium. The Cavaliers scored all 34 of their points in the first half of the football game. Callaway High pounded Upson-Lee into submission in this Cavalier homecoming laugher. Callaway would finish the job with 263 ...

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LIFE September Concert A Huge Success


15 years. 15 years ago this past Sunday night, we as a nation experienced what will go down as the quintessential tragedy in the history of modern America as several planes struck the World Trade Center towers in New York, another at the Pentagon, and a field in Pennsylvania. Nearly 3,000 Americans lost their lives that day, with another almost ...

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Writer, Champion Of Human Rights To Speak Sept. 20


Poet, journalist and activist Rose Styron has been a champion of human rights for almost 50 years, working with groups such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch. She will speak about her efforts during a talk at 11:15 a.m. Sept. 20 in Corn Auditorium in Lewis Library at LaGrange College. She also will give a poetry reading at 6:30 ...

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Danny Daniels Speaks At Republican Women


Once again, the Republicans Women of LaGrange and Troup County are back at work trying to prepare for the elections in November, perhaps the most crucial election cycle our Country has ever faced. In preparation, these women are bringing in the best speakers and educators to spread the word about what is truly important in our Country and what others ...

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Felon Pawns Borrowed Item, Later Caught With Cocaine


LaGrange Police arrested a parolee on theft and drug charges after he allegedly pawned a borrowed drill and was later found with cocaine. On September 10, officers with the LaGrange Police Department responded Mc-Gregor Street in reference to a theft. Officers arrived and spoke to the complainant, who stated that he was at the Pawn Express on Hines Street when ...

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11th Annual McDonald Oil/Summit Stores Golf Classic For MDA Families

LaGrange, GA – The Muscular Dystrophy Association announced that the 11th Annual McDonald Oil/ Summit Stores Golf Classic to benefit the children and adults affected by muscle disease in the LaGrange area will be held on September 22 at the Highland Country Club. Lunch and registration is at noon and the tournament will start at 1:00 pm. “Once again, we ...

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Children’s Dentistry Of West Georgia Ribbon Cutting


The sun was beaming on a beautiful afternoon as several gathered out front of an exciting local business here in the LaGrange and Troup County area. Children’s Dentistry of West Georgia and their beautiful building at 202 Calumet Center Road is now one of the premier dental facilities for kids all throughout the community. The new building out in Calumet ...

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“Challenges, Problems, And Opportunities” Republicans Host Butch Miller


The Republican Party here in LaGrange and Troup County is an exceptionally active group that is working hard to spread their views on the political spectrum across the community at large. With an incredibly important election approaching this November, perhaps the most crucial in the history of our Country, the Republicans here are serving as ground troops in getting the ...

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