Monthly Archives: September 2016

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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Williams No Hits Lady Tigers; Central Carrollton Blanks Troup, 7-0

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From the top of the lineup to the bottom half of the batting order, it was an infuriating day all the way around for the Lady Tigers. Troup High lost to No. 5ranked Central Carrollton, 7-0 on Tuesday afternoon, and in the process the Lady Tigers got no hit in Region 5-AAAA softball. Central Carrollton record-breaking right-hander Emily Williams, the ...

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Grangers Have Another Chance To Prove Themselves Tonight At Griffin

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There are no guarantees in high school football. Teams have to prove themselves each and every Friday night. There’s a new challenge every week. The good teams improve with each game, and LaGrange High School just might fall into that football category. The Grangers are 1-1 and extremely hungry, and they hope to move the needle in the appropriate direction ...

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Man Robbed Outside Convenience Store

LaGrange Police are investigating an incident where a man was robbed at gunpoint outside a local gas station early Tuesday morning. Early Tuesday morning about 4:35 a.m., officers with the LaGrange Police Department responded to the Jr. Food Mart convenience store on Whitesville Road in reference to reports of an Armed Robbery. Police arrived and made contact with the adult ...

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LaGrange Academy Launches New Clay Target Team


LaGrange Academy is excited to announce the formation of a new Clay Target Team! The inaugural members of the team are Riley Hess, Courtney Keeble, Jake Keeble, Joseph Ragland, and John Whitlow. The goal of the Clay Target Team is to promote sound shooting fundamentals and safe firearm handling. The team is led by trained and dedicated coaches, Bob Harris ...

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Can You Define Labor Day?

“Mom, do I really have to go back to school on Tuesday?” “I’m not sure what it means, but all I know is I don’t have to work on Monday, so I don’t really care.” “I don’t want to be the definition of a fashion faux pas, but is this when I can’t wear white shoes anymore?” These are the ...

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Medicare Made Easy Thanks To ThreeRivers And Active Life


Every independent adult age 55 and over is promised endless dancing lessons, health classes, and traveling opportunities at LaGrange’s Active Life center. From playing pool in the game room to taking a group to the Atlanta Motor Speedway, from art classes to road trips to Memphis, this recreation center knows how to entertain. But, though Active Life loves fun, they ...

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