Monthly Archives: September 2016

Reed Bolts For Two Touchdowns, Bulldogs Feast On The Cobras

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Denorayon Reed has good balance. He has a good sense of direction, and he knows where the end zone is. The Youth League running back also has an insatiable appetite for touchdowns. As a matter of fact, Reed scored a couple of those on Monday night to lead the Bulldogs past the Cobras, 30-0 at Callaway Stadium. And after the ...

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Dogs Need Some Downhill Running Against No. 11 Tennessee

Georgia knows what it has to do. The Bulldogs need to go “old school” with Tennessee coming to Athens this Saturday afternoon for another SEC headknocker. All eyes will be on the Dogs and the Vols as they tee it up at 3:30 p.m. with a CBS television audience. Georgia, fresh off a 31point defeat to Ole Miss, needs to ...

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Raiders Take Down The Power Source, 32-0

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They were more than ready. The Raiders were an easy winner on opening day in the Recreation Football League on Saturday morning in West Point. Coach Clint Heard’s team looked like a squad in midseason form. The Raiders used some muscle and a lot of speed in beating the Power Source, 32-0 at the River Bowl Stadium. Team speed was ...

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Shimmy For Kimi – A Dance Fitness Party In Honor of Kim Murphy

We’ve baked cookies and cupcakes for Kimi, we’ve hosted a night of musical fun for Kimi, and we’ve even kayaked for Kimi. But now, it’s time to Shimmy for Kimi. This upcoming Saturday, October 1st, come out to Callaway High School’s gym from 10 am-1 pm to show off your Zumba, Hip-Hop, and Line Dancing moves to raise money for ...

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Commissioners Recognize World Series Baseball Team


  The Commissioners here in Troup County held another regularly scheduled meeting where they were able to hand out several recognitions to different peoples for accomplishments, all of which bring pride to the County. There were also several items of business at this particular meeting so after the Pledge of Allegiance and a prayer by Pastor Ben Turner from Teaver ...

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LCS Homecoming Court Crowns Queen

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There are Friday night traditions all across this great Country that has been woven into the fabric of Americana. Apple pie, football games, and late night meals are just a few of the images that come to mind when you think of this great Country and all of her pastimes. One other such event has occurred for decades and that ...

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Police Investigating Armed Robbery

LaGrange Police are investigating an incident where a local teen was allegedly robbed at gunpoint over the weekend. Sunday evening about 5:19 p.m., officers with the La-Grange Police Department responded to Murphy Avenue near Fourth Avenue in reference to reports of an armed robbery. Police arrived and made contact with the 17-year-old victim who stated he had been robbed at ...

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