Monthly Archives: November 2018

LaGrange College Football Wins Big on Senior Day


LaGrange College football improved to 3-6 on the season with a decisive victory over Methodist last Saturday. Playing in front of a packed home crowd for Senior Day, the Panthers played an explosive, yet close, first half before pulling out a second-half victory. Neither team could find a defense in the first quarter, as both squads put up 21 points ...

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TCSS Superintendent Search Stakeholder Group Meetings

The TCSS Board of Education recently announced a series of superintendent search stakeholder meetings. Consultants from McPherson Jacobson, LLC, an executive search firm, will conduct each stakeholder meeting for the purpose of gathering suggestions from TCSS employees and community members on the qualities they desire in the next Superintendent of Schools. The following meeting locations and times have been established ...

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Juveniles Charged as Adults for Allegedly Planning Robbery

LaGrange Police have charged two female juveniles as an adult after they allegedly helped plan and execute an Armed Robbery. Early Friday morning about 12:24 a.m., La-Grange Police responded to the 300 block of Preakness Drive in reference to reports of an Armed Robbery. Officers arrived and made contact with the two male victims, who stated they were robbed by ...

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LaGrange Animal Services Hosts Animal Cruelty Class


The City of LaGrange Animal Services recently hosted a day-long training class on animal cruelty and dog fighting for agencies throughout the state. The eight-hour course was taught on Friday at the LaGrange Police Department Training Center on Aerotron Parkway with the assistance of the Atlanta Humane Society. Law enforcement and animal control officers across the state from as far ...

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City of LaGrange to Hold Monthly Litter Pick-Up Event Saturday, December 1st

The public is invited to join the City of LaGrange for its monthly litter cleanup event Saturday, December 1st, 8:00-10:00 a.m. The group will meet in the LaGrange Academy parking lot, 1501 Vernon Road and clean the area along Vernon Street/West Point Road and Vernon Road. In addition to city employees, LaGrange Youth Council members, and the community the Kiwanis ...

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Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation


The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation released today its 2019 list of 10 Places in Peril in the state. Sites on the list include: Colquitt County Arts Center in Moultrie (Colquitt County); Glennwanis Hotel in Glennville (Tattnall County); Huston House at Butler Plantation in Darien (McIntosh County); Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace Garden in Savannah (Chatham County); Madison Theatre in Atlanta ...

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The Sierra Club


The Sierra Club is one of the nation’s largest and most influential environmental organizations. It was founded by conservationist John Muir in 1892. Their mission is to enjoy, explore, and protect the wild places of the Earth, to promote and practice the responsible use of the earth’s resources and ecosystems, and to educate and encourage people to protect and restore ...

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Callaway Pulls away for Second-Half Victory over Elbert County in First Round of State Playoffs


The Callaway High Cavaliers defeated the Elbert County Blue Devils 27-14 on Friday to advance to the second round of the Class AA state playoffs. The Cavaliers have a strong record of success in the state playoffs, making it to the final four in backto- back seasons. They made steps toward continuing this tradition on Friday when they exploded in ...

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Tigers Dominate in Win over Oconee County


Troup overpowers their foe in the first round of state playoffs. The Troup High Tigers earned a solid victory in their Thursday night game against Oconee County in the opening round of the state playoffs. Troup, who came into the game looking to rebound from their first loss of the season in a region championship against Cartersville, entered the game ...

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