Author Archives: tcneditor

Woman Arrested for Falsely Reporting Car Stolen


LaGrange Police have arrested a local woman for False Report of a Crime after she allegedly falsely claimed that her vehicle had been stolen. The whole investigation began about a month ago on November 20 around 6:30 a.m. when officers with the LaGrange Police Department were called to the Lee’s Crossing Apartments on OldAirport Road in reference to a stolen ...

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City Councilwoman Norma Tucker spoke to the Girls with Pearls Mentoring group at Callaway Middle School


City Councilwoman Norma Tucker spoke to the Girls with Pearls Mentoring group at Callaway Middle School. The mentoring program is designed for 7th and 8th grade girls. Our mission is to build a relationship with the girls at CMS. The mentors focus on Appearance, Attitude and Academic Success. Ms. Tucker’s topic was SUCCESS. She gave encouraging words on how to ...

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Dariel Daniel Grind Starts Thursday; Garner: “We want to win every match.”


Some hot-blooded wrestlers will walk through the doors at Troup High tomorrow for the start of the Annual Dariel Daniel Grind. The wrestling field is stacked with 11 teams, including Mt. Zion from Atlanta, East Coweta, Carrollton, Jones County out of Gray, Central Carrollton and Troup High. There is not a heavy favorite in the two-day tournament, which will commence ...

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Vincent Named Director of Tennis At Highland Country Club


Everybody needs a new challenge now and then. Stephen Vincent has found his. The longtime and popular head tennis pro at the McCluskey Center will be moving down the road in the near future. As of Jan. 1, Vincent will take over as the director of tennis at the Highland Country Club. It’s an opportunity that the 33-year-old Vincent and ...

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Rose Bowl Will Be A Test Of Wills, All-Americans

There will be no shortage of star power and good ol’ country boys in the Rose Bowl. This national playoff semifinal, which is set for Jan. 1 at 5 p.m. in Pasadena, California, will feature two of college football’s marquee programs with the Georgia Bulldogs and the Oklahoma Sooners. There will be future NFL talent all over the ball yard. ...

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Preventing Bullying in Schools: How You Can Help

Bullying is prevalent in some capacity at almost every school. It affects all children of all ages, from elementary school to high school. According to The National Education Association, a child in the United States will be bullied every 7 minutes, and 85 percent of people, both children and adults, will not intervene when they hear or see a child ...

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Stars Help Pilot Club Fill Christmas Stockings

The Hogansville Pilot Club has once again helped provide hundreds of kids with Christmas gifts this year with a little help from their Starlight Tree Program. For the last decade or so, Hogansville Pilot Club members have conducted a fundraiser where people can donate money in honor of a friend or loved one and have their name placed on star ...

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