Monthly Archives: June 2017

Tures Takes On Soccer Camp One Drill At A Time

Zach Tures is a soccer original. He is all about learning, winning and competing. And no, he does not know it all. That is why he is laboring, drilling and hustling this week at the Geeter Panther Soccer Camp at LaGrange College. Tures plays the game with a chip on his shoulders and a smile on his face. He is ...

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Fun Friday at Hawkes Library, West Point, Georgia


Hawkes Library kicked off our summer programs Friday, June 16, 2017, with Fun Friday. Our theme was ‘Alligators!’ Beginning at 10:30 am, children up to 2nd grade enjoyed stories and crafts led by Dr. Lacey Southerland, Director of Children’s Programs at Hawkes and also Professor of Education at Point University. After all that fun, the children and their teen helpers ...

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Christ’s Corner


Christ’s Corner 2 Thessalonians 1:10 (KJV) “When he shall come to be glorified in his saints, and to be admired in all them that believe (because our testimony among you was believed) in that day.” When you think about a testimony, what do you think about? Is the first thing that comes to your mind someone else’s words of forgiveness? ...

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Church Calendar

• June 25: Welcome Baptist Church, 120 Redline Community, Pastor J.R. Ware, Min. Rosemary Smith and Min. Larry Asberry, would like to welcome you, to help celebrate their summer Homecoming and Revival. Speaker Pastor Leonard, Edenezer Baptist Church, Franklin, GA. Revival, June 27th, 28th, and 29th at 7:00pm. Speaker Pastor J. Terry Barnes, Rocky Mount Baptist Church. • Louise United ...

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Police & Sheriff’s Reports


The individuals listed have been cited/arrested/charged in Troup County. However, this is not an admission of guilt.All parties are considered innocent until proved guilty. • Friday evening about 5:34 p.m., LaGrange Police responded to the CB& T bank branch on Broad Street in reference to a forgery. Officers arrived and spoke to a teller, who reported that a female entered ...

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Paw Day 2017 Takes Over Sweetland Amphitheater


 The daily grind for law enforcement officers can be a difficult job, especially in 2017 America. Every few weeks there seems to be a new story on the news attacking these brave men and women and as a result, public opinion of officers can drop across the nation. However, here in La- Grange and Troup County, our law enforcement has ...

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Who said teachers didn’t work summers???


Who said teachers didn’t work summers??? Well, some of the Troup County School System (TCSS) Science and Social Studies teachers are getting prepared to teach new elective courses and state standard changes. Starting in August, middle school students will have student choice class options that are geared to their interest. Classes like Medical Detectives, Chess, and SAT Prep will be ...

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Krewe of Mask Holds Membership Function at Nutwood


The Krewe of Mask here in LaGrange is still hard at work on several projects here in the community. As many may recall, this past February LaGrange’s first ever family friendly Mardi Gras parade took over the downtown streets as parents and kids alike came out to join in the fun. After the smash success of the parade and after ...

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