Monthly Archives: March 2018

City of LaGrange Releases Recycling Educational Video Featuring Local Students


The City of LaGrange is hopingtoeducatethec ommunity about its recycling program by releasing a video featuring local students. The featured children represent the following schools: Berta Weathersbee Elementary, Hollis H and Elementary, Rosemont Elementary, Long Cane Middle, and LaGrange Academy. The students from Hollis Hand Elementary are also members of the school’s Recycling Club. The City of LaGrange is hoping ...

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Men’s Basketball: Alex Bonner Named to USA South All-Conference Second Team


Senior guard Alex Bonner was selected to the USA South All-Conference second team as announced by the conference office. It is the first all-conference selection for Bonner. Fellow senior Nate Rosetti is the team’s representative on the All-Sportsmanship team. Bonner led the team and is third in the conference in scoring, averaging 19.2 points per game. He led the team ...

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St Patrick’s Day Takes Over Main Street in Downtown LaGrange


Downtown LaGrange was once again filled with excitement to celebrate Ireland’s patron saint and friend to beer drinkers everywhere, Saint Patrick. For the last few years it has become a tradition in LaGrange to barricade off a portion of the streets downtown to hold a block party for an evening of Irish themed festivities and a celebration of all things ...

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Kids Get New Hockey Equipment


Thursday evening a small group of girls and boys at the Mike Daniels Recreation Center hockey rink dug into something that was completely new for most of them, new hockey equipment. Sure, the kids have had sticks and pucks for years, but this was something different. This meant they were real hockey players. For years the kids have gone without ...

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Callaway Soccer Takes a Stand: Raising Awareness for ALS


The Callaway boys and girls soccer teams were playing for more than a victory Thursday night, as the Cavaliers dedicated a special pre-game tribute to raising awareness of ALS. The disease, known officially as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is a rare neurological disorder that leads to gradual paralysis and death. This incurable disease affects approximately 15,000 Americans ...

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LaGrange Over Callaway: Granger JV Baseball On Top


LaGrange and Callaway JV baseball squared off in a double-header Thursday, March 15th at 5:00PM. The Granger JV team, aiming to avenge their varsity brothers who fell to the Cavaliers 5-0 earlier in the season, proved themselves worthy in a dominant 7-2 showing in the second game. Defensive errors in the first inning for the Cavaliers put the Grangers at ...

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Alveda King Visits Callaway High School for Black History Program


Earlier this month, Alveda King was surrounded by a throng of Callaway High students after sharing her connection with the late Martin Luther King, Jr she is his niece. She was invited to Troup County to be the keynote speaker for the Black History Program at the high school and she gladly accepted. She embraced the crowd by sharing positive ...

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