Monthly Archives: October 2016

Stories Of Those Set Free At This Year’s Breaking Every Chain

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The words “addiction” and “devotion” are interchangeable, one in the same. While “devotion” seems a little too endearing to describe an addiction to alcohol or drugs, the reality is that an alcoholic or drug addict has devoted his or her time and purpose to the effects of their substance abuse. This sort of devotion tends to destroy families by tearing ...

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Sponsors Thanked For Building Renovations At LSPA

A toast is raised for the bright future of LSPA

The LaGrange Society for Performing Arts’ Staff and Board of Directors opened their newly renovated building on 214 Bull Street for sponsors, donors, and supporters to tour the finished product. A special thanks was given to the Callaway Foundation, Inc., The Constance and Brooks Robinson Charitable Foundation, Inc., Alexander Construction, Milliken & Company, Flooring America, M & M Construction, Delaton ...

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LaGrange College Students Form Sports Management Club

Dr. Preston James IV and his Sports Management Club Members

It’s easy for a professor or faculty member of a college to start an organization. Their careers are centered on the academic and social success of their students. However, there is something to be said for students who have a vision all their own. This semester, the Business Majors of LaGrange College decided to create a Sports Management Club. Many ...

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Teen Maze: “It’s A Reality Check”

Officer Davison of the LaGrange Police Department calls for a reality check for students

Ask Katy Perry to describe the perfect “Teenage Dream” or let Zac Efron’s fulfilling role as frat guy Teddy Sanders in the box office-crazed movie, Neighbors, explain how to responsibly take on college. Society’s icons place partying on a pedestal. Making a negative decision reaps positive benefits under Hollywood lights, and young people have a hard time processing the difference ...

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DUI Suspect Threatens Violence To Avoid Court Ordered Blood Test

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LaGrange Police have arrested a local man on multiple felony charges after he allegedly ran a stop sign and was found to be both intoxicated and on drugs. Monday night about 10:27 p.m., officers with the La-Grange Police Department were patrolling the area of Mitchell Avenue at Banks Street, when police observed a black Mercedes CLK run the posted stop ...

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Friday October 28th

Community Calendar • October 28 – July 2017: Pasaquan Works on Paper by Eddie Owens Martin. Regular Museum Hours: Tuesday-Friday 95PM and Every Third Saturday from 1-4PM. The LaGrange Art Museum is partnering with Columbus State University and the Kohler Foundation for the fall Opening of Pasaquan, a seven-acre art environment consisting of six major structures, more than 900 feet ...

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Friday October 28th

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Police & Sheriff’s Reports The individuals listed have been cited/arrested/charged in Troup County. However, this is not an admission of guilt. All parties are considered innocent until proved guilty. • Early Tuesday morning about 2:25 a.m., LaGrange Police were patrolling the area of Wright Street when officers observed a red Dodge Ram stopped in the roadway facing west in the ...

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