Monthly Archives: September 2016

Matthew Graham Named To State Teacher Advisory Committee

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LaGrange, Ga., September 1, 2016 – When students enter Matthew Graham’s 8th grade Georgia Studies class at Long Cane Middle School, they are greeted with a cap and gown at the front of the room. It’s the same one he wore to his graduation ceremony from Troup High School in 1997. He uses it for their inspiration; to show them ...

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LIFE International Festival This Weekend

There are still things in this world, as cliché as it may seem, that are magical. It’s an intangible feeling, like the kind you get from a star-filled night in an open field or the look deep in the eyes of a soul mate. Unfortunately, many of us in this life are never able to realize that there are other ...

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Two-Car Wreck Brings Four Lanes Of Interstate Traffic To A Halt

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Those taking I-85N in hopes of beating the 8 o’- clock work rush were in for a startling surprise on Thursday, September 1 when a two-car wreck closed down both lanes of northbound traffic and even slowed down traffic flow on the southbound side. At 7:47 am, the Georgia State Patrol was dispatched to work a collision wreck which involved ...

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Monday September 5th

Community Calendar • September 8th-Golf Tournament to benefit programs and services provided by the American Red Cross of Central Midwest Georgia. The Golf FORE the Red Cross tournament will take place Thursday, September 8th from 12 to 6 PM at Highland Country Club, Contact Information: Connie Hensler, • September 8th-Free music and movie at Sweetland Amphitheatre in Downtown LaGrange.Bring ...

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Chicken in a Spicy Red Sauce


From Our Table To Yours Recipe for Chicken in a Spicy Red Sauce Indian cuisine is known for its creative use of spices, which often attracts foodies who simply can’t get enough flavor or kick in their meals. For those who want to try their hands at creating their own fiery Indian meal, consider the following recipe for ‘Chicken in ...

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Monday September 5th – OBITS (6)

Blanche Roberts Mrs. Blanche Windsor Roberts, age 86, of Hogansville, passed away Tuesday, August 30, 2016, at her home. Mrs. Roberts was born January 23, 1930 in Randolph County, Alabama, daughter of the late Christopher Columbus Windsor and Sallie Kate Smallwood Windsor. A resident of Hogansville most of her life, she retired as a lab technician from Uniroyal, Inc. after ...

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Troup Is Looking For Its Mojo, Lady Tigers Are A Shaky 7-6

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Mason Bracket acknowledges the obvious. “We’vebeenupanddown, and we’ve made too many errors,” said Brackett, the Troup High softball coach. This has been a season of streaks for the Lady Tigers, both winning and losing. Troup had a 4-game winning streak early in the season. Currently the Lady Tigers are in the middle of a 3-game losing streak. Troup has played ...

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