Monthly Archives: September 2016

Friday September 23rd


Police & Sheriff’s Reports • Monday morning about 10:04 a.m., LaGrange Police responded to the Kroger on Commerce Avenue in reference to a Shoplifting. Prior to their arrival officers were advised, via 911, that the black male suspect had fled the fled the scene in a gold Kia Sedona. Officers arrived and spoke to employees who advised the suspect, later ...

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Friday September 23rd – OBITS (6)

Irene S Long Irene S Long, 77, of LaGrange, went home to be with her Lord Sunday morning, September 18, 2016 at LaGrange Nursing & Rehab in LaGrange, Georgia.Funeral services will be held Friday, September 23 at 6 pm at Community Chapel with visitation beginning at 5 pm, Burial will be in the church cemetery. Rev. Rick Lipp will officiate ...

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Adversity Bites Lady Grangers, Newnan Breezes Past LHS

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  Confidence is hard to come for the Lady Grangers these days and so are wins. The hard luck and inconsistent softball team from LaGrange High went down to defeat once again on Tuesday night in a 13-0 shutout against the Newnan Lady Cougars. LaGrange High lost via the “run rule” for the second time in its last three games. ...

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Unbeaten Yellow Jackets Clash With No. 5 Clemson On Thursday

The Tennessee-Florida showdown in Knoxville isn’t the only college football heavyweight bout on the slate this week down here in Dixie. Even before Saturday’s mammoth battle between the Vols and Gators at Neyland Stadium there is going to be another headliner, set for Thursday night at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Getting the football festivities started early will be the No. 5-ranked ...

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Blue Sharks Ride The Rapids; West, Lee Score On Opening Day

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The Rapids and the Blue Sharks netted some soccer fun on opening day in the U-15 League on Saturday at the Chris Joseph Sportsplex. It wasn’t just another day on the sports calendar. Saturday was soccer’s opening day in the LaGrange youth leagues. There was an excess of pageantry, pushes in the back, head-first slides and fidgety parents on the ...

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Local Art Gallery Hosts High School Show For LIFE


While subjects in school such as Math and Science are so important to our culture, one often overlooked yet equally as valuable subject is Art. Art is what we as humans use as windows into our cores; it shows how we truly view our worlds and what makes us the way that we are. It is so important to nurture ...

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