Monthly Archives: February 2017

Wednesday February 8th

Church Calendar • February 12th: The West Georgia Council of Christian African-American Women Annual Community-wide Black History Program & “Heart Health” Awareness on Sunday, February 12 at 4:00 pm at First Baptist Church on Fannin Street. They are asking everyone to wear red. National Theme: “The Crisis in Black Education”. On program is CM Chivers Choir and Young Voices Liturgical ...

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Wednesday February 8th – OBITS (8)

Marie Peterson Mrs. Marie Moore Peterson, age 65, of the Corinth Community, passed away Saturday, February 4, 2017, at her home. Mrs. Peterson was born June 3, 1951, in Coweta County, daughter of the late Paul Moore, Jr. and the late Mary Ellen Boswell Moore Clemons. A resident of Corinth for 20 years, she retired from Southern Mills in Senoia ...

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LaGrange Academy Boys Defeat Bethlehem Temple, 49-42


It was a game that could have completely gotten away. But theWarriors didn’t let that happen. LaGrange Academy labored for a 49-42 win over Bethlehem Temple in boys Region 1-AA basketball on Friday night in the Warriors gymnasium. It was Senior Night with 300 customers in the building. The game would get a little shaky, but the LaGrange Academy boys ...

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New Lady Cavaliers Head Coach Inherits Seasoned Soccer Crew


Shonna Yawn feels lucky. The former Callaway High soccer assistant has been promoted to the Lady Cavaliers head coaching position. If that isn’t enough, Yawn is the recipient of nine returning starters. Yawn and the Lady Cavaliers expect to play some postseason matches this year. “We’re making adjustments. The girls are working hard. We have some returning veterans with leadership ...

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Scott Rattles Through 31 Points, Lady Warriors Crush Rams


Their timing was impeccable, and their execution was out of this basketball galaxy. It was the absolutely perfect night for the Lady Warriors. They just about did it all in a 62-39 region rout over Bethlehem Temple on Senior Night at LaGrange Academy on Friday evening. “We had better ball movement. We had some good offense and good defense,” said ...

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