Monthly Archives: April 2017

Shoplifter Hides Crack In Crack

Police have arrested a shoplifting suspect on drug charges after he was caught red-handed removing suspected cocaine from his rectum in the back of a cop car. Thursday afternoon about 1:15 p.m., officers with the LaGrange Police Department responded to the Walmart on New Franklin Road in reference to Shoplifting. Officers arrived and spoke to the store’s Lost Prevention personnel, ...

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LaGrange Art Museum: 24th Annual Creative Youth Art League

LaGrange, GA – “Can you imagine a world without art?” is a question the Lagrange Art Museum hopes we will never have to ask, or answer. Begun in 1993 by the late Mrs. Hutchinson as an outreach program for high school art students in Troup County and the surrounding areas, the LaGrange Art Museum’s Creative Youth Art League has expanded ...

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Tures, Marlins Keep On Scrapping, But Red Sox Win The Game


He has that certain look about him. Zach Tures is a ball player. More specifically he is a baseball player who cares and hustles. He has never quit in his young life, and he isn’t about to start now. Tures is a third baseman. In his eyes, competing is winning. Tures runs out every ground ball. He sprints to each ...

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Break Every Chain To Host 4th Event


On Saturday, April 29th, from 11:30 am-2 pm come to the Downtown LaGrange, Georgia Square for an afternoon of praise and worship as guest speakers and others give their testimonies of how Jesus’love and power overcame their addictions. Guest speakers this year will include Sheriff James Woodruff, Pastor Alex Montgomery, April Baek, Jessica Harbuck, and David Stewart. 808 Ministries will ...

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Teen Arrested On More Gun Charges


LaGrange Police have arrested a 17-year-old on several more felony charges after he allegedly led them on a short car chase and was found with an illegal firearm. On Friday, April 14, about 9 p.m., officers with the LaGrange Police Department responded to the 100 block of Fannin Street in reference to reports of a subject that had pulled the ...

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Senior Leadership Comes Into Play, Grangers Pummel Westover, 5-0


Experience does matter in the Class AAAA State Tennis Tournament. Just ask the Grangers. LaGrange High inserted five seniors in its lineup in the second round of the boys state playoffs on Thursday afternoon. Where that left the Grangers was with a 5-0 conquest over Albany Westover in the matches at the McCluskey Tennis Center in LaGrange. The Grangers found ...

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West Point Hosts Two Downtown Ribbon Cuttings Back To Back


West Point has been very active and busy as of last week, especially with the downtown scene. With all of the growth that has come about due to Point University, many local businesses have begun to filter in to the downtown area and they are bringing incredible selections and services with them. Last week, on Tuesday the 18th and Thursday ...

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Callaway High School Holds First Ever Academic Signing Day


Graduation is in the air for those here in LaGrange and Troup County. For many, they will be moving on to the next grade in their high schools and preparing for a long summer. However, for our seniors, things are about to get very real indeed, as they are leaving the comfort of home and preparing for college life and ...

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