Monthly Archives: April 2017

Indecent Exposure Reported Outside Supermarket

LaGrange Police recently received a report from a female victim alleging that a male exposed himself to her outside a local supermarket. Wednesday afternoon about 12:10 p.m., officers with the LaGrange Police Department responded to the Publix supermarket on Commerce Avenue in reference to Indecent Exposure. Officers arrived and spoke to the female victim, who stated exited her vehicle and ...

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School Board Hears Presentation From She’s D.O.P.E

On Thursday, April 20 the School Board here in Troup County held their regularly scheduled meetings, a meeting that would approve many different pieces of business that are ongoing around the County. Before the meeting officially began that night, there were recognition of many distinguished students, including the salutatorians and valedictorians from each of the three high schools. After the ...

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4-H Day At The Capital


Troup County 4-H’ers who have shown outstanding participation and leadership by participating in DPA and judging teams joined youth from all over the state at 4-H Day at the Capitol on Wednesday, February 8, in Atlanta, Georgia. Youth had the opportunity to tour Georgia’s Capitol, see the General Assembly in session, and meet Representative Randy Nix. After exploring the capital, ...

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Troup County School System Congratulates Georgia Scholar From Callaway High


LaGrange, Ga., April 24, 2017 – Last week at the monthly meeting of the Board of Education, Troup County School System (TCSS) recognized over 50 seniors for various honors such as Valedictorian, Salutatorian, Star Student, and Distinguished Honor graduates. One student was recognized in several of these categories, and was also honored as a 2017 Georgia Scholar – Grace Summers. ...

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THS Student Council Donates Books And Time To The Certified Literate Community Program


The Student Council at Troup County Comprehensive High School collected over 3200 books to donate to the Certified Literate Community Program. Student efforts were lead by their adviser, Christy Kelley. For the past several years the student council has made literacy a focal point for their service leadership projects. The students have participated in several book drives, volunteered for Leggin’ ...

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Dogs Have A Sept. 9 Showdown With Notre Dame In South Bend

Two of the most iconic and heralded college football programs of all time will meet on the gridiron this fall. The Georgia Bulldogs will take on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Sept. 9 in a week two showdown in South Bend. Looking on will be a national TV audience and a sellout crowd of 80,795 in Notre Dame Stadium. ...

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LaGrange Boys Suffer Overtime Heartbreak Against Chestatee


After all their toil and trouble, and stress and strain the Grangers received some applause from their loyal soccer fans. It was a form of recognition for a good season and a great game. Unfortunately for the LaGrange High boys it come right after the Grangers lost to the Chestatee War Eagles, 1-0 in overtime in the first round of ...

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H&H Builders Hosts Motorcycle-Jeep Benefit Ride


Saturday morning local motorcycle and jeep aficionados hopped onto their rides and took to the streets to help raise money for friend going through breast cancer. Troup County Sheriff’s Deputies, family friends, and folks who just love bikes or hate cancer gathered at the H& H construction building on Hogansville Road to participate in a motorcycle/ jeep benefit ride to ...

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