Monthly Archives: April 2017

Wednesday, April 5th – Obits (6)

Pauline Annie South Herndon Pauline Annie South Herndon, age 93 of Woodbury, GA died Sunday, March 26, 2017 at her daughter’s home in Woodbury, GA. Private memorial services for Mrs. Herndon will be held. Mrs. Herndon was born June 1, 1923 in Breman, GA the daughter of Sallie Ann Wilson South and Rubon Hudson South. She was a homemaker and ...

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Warrants Issued For “Shooter” After Car Chase

Police have issued arrest warrants for a local man after he allegedly fled from officers during a routine traffic stop. Wednesday night about 7:03 p.m., officers with the La-Grange Police Department were patrolling the area of Calumet Park on Union Street when they observed a subject driving a small GMC pickup truck without a seatbelt. Police only noticed the vehicle ...

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Waffle House Employee Has Bad Night At Work

A local Waffle House employee had a bad night after getting into an argument with another employee. She had be hauled off by police and ended up getting banned from her workplace. Thursday night about 9:45 p.m., officers with the La-Grange Police Department responded to the Waffle House on Lafayette Parkway in reference to a disturbance. Police arrived and made ...

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Ellen Naomi Zisholtz To Display At Cochran Gallery

Art is an all too important and necessary part of life. In many cases, it is what fuels us and gives us inspiration in a life that can at time be too much to bear. Fortunately, we are blessed here in La-Grange and Troup County to see incredible art and to be able to promote incredible artists. Such is the ...

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Police Investigating Possible Elder Abuse

LaGrange Police are investigating a possible incident of elder abuse, where a local nursing home staff member may have criminally injured one of the patients in their care. Thursday afternoon about 2 p.m., officers with the La-Grange Police Department responded to Twin Fountains nursing home on Hogansville Road in reference to an Elder Abuse complaint. Police arrived and met with ...

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Snap-On Tools Donates To THINC


Innovation is a snap at THINC College & Career Academy, thanks to new donations to the I-Lab makerspace. As part of the CTE Makeover Makerspace grant, Snap-On Tools donated approximately $14,000 worth of tools and equipment for use in THINC’s new makerspace. In June 2016, THINC was one of only 10 schools in the nation to win the U.S. Department ...

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Petite: “Our Defense Dug In,” Callaway Boys Top Green Wave


Revenge was in the air. Earlier this season the Cavaliers got shut out, 3-0 at Columbus Spencer in a Region 5-AA boys soccer match. Yes, the Callaway High boys were bitter. Yes, the Cavaliers wanted some payback. Yes, Callaway High had fire in its eyes and grass stains on its soccer britches. So on Friday night the Cavaliers were waiting ...

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Lady Cavaliers Net 10 Goals In Region Win Over Spencer


Callaway High School played some juggernaut soccer on Friday night. The Lady Cavaliers unleashed a barrage of 19 shots, and most of them went in the net. At the end of the night, Callaway High had a 10-1 win over the Columbus Spencer Lady Green Wave. Go figure. It was a Region 5-AA laugher. The Lady Cavaliers scored in bulk, ...

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