Monthly Archives: March 2017

Recipe for Silken Chicken

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Many people aspire to eat light meals that satisfy hunger pangs without creating feelings of fullness. Some may assume light meals must be lacking flavor, but the following recipe for ‘Silken Chicken’ from Madhur Jaffrey’s ‘Quick & Easy Indian Cooking’ (Chronicle Books) is light and packs that familiar flavorful punch that endears Indian cuisine to millions of people across the ...

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Monday, March 6th – OBITS (4)

Carol Ann Haynie Carol Ann Haynie, age 44, of Columbus, GA died Thursday, February 23, 2017 at her brothers home in Cataula, GA. Funeral services for Ms. Haynie were held at 10:30 am on Sunday February 26, 2017 at the chapel of Cox Funeral Home, Hamilton. Interment was in the Waverly Hall City Cemetery. The family received friends from 9:30 until funeral hour. Ms. Haynie was ...

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City Gives Update On Various Road And Bridge Projects

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The City Council ended February with their last meeting of the month on Tuesday night, February 28 where they covered a lot of ground. Fresh off a successful four town halls for the Mayor, the Council is riding high and has a lot of projects currently ongoing in the community. This night, they would give an update to many of ...

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Police Investigating Home Invasion Robbery

Police are investigating an incident where a local woman was robbed in her own home late Wednesday night in La-Grange. Wednesday night, just prior to midnight, officers with the LaGrange Police Department responded to the Tall Pines apartment complex Turner Street in reference to a Home Invasion Robbery. Police quickly arrived and met with the female victim, who stated two ...

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Troup County School System Third Graders Wowed By Symphony Experience

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LaGrange, Ga., February 28, 2017 – Last week, Troup County School System (TCSS) third grade students experienced “The Thrill of the Orchestra!” for their annual LaGrange Symphony Orchestra field trip. Before the symphony played a note, students were given activity books in their classrooms that contained information about various composers, Concert Host Carol Cain, and Dr. Richard Prior, Music Director ...

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Juvenile Charged With Robbery

LaGrange Police have arrested a teen on a violent felony charge after he allegedly struck a man from behind and robbed him Tuesday night. Tuesday night about 7:28 p.m., officers with the La-Grange Police Department responded to 800 block of Whitesville Street in reference to a Strong Arm Robbery. Officers arrived and met with the 44-year-old male victim who stated ...

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Azalea Storytelling Festival Returns To LaGrange College

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The 21st Azalea Storytelling Festival will take place March 3-5 at LaGrange College’s Callaway Auditorium. This beloved family-friendly event promotes the art of storytelling by bringing nationally recognized artists together for a weekend full of storytelling concerts. The featured performers include Donald Davis, Charlotte Blake Alston, Andy Offutt Irwin, Tim Lowry and Carol Cain as Emcee. Donald Davis, one of ...

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