Author Archives: tcneditor

Shopping for Christmas


As you are doing your last-minute shopping, please remember that safety is a big part of holiday shopping. At this time of year, there are more people on the roads and in the parking lots. With everyone making the mad dash to get those last gifts, traffic can get congested, and people have so much on their minds that in ...

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Stotsky Slaps Through Winning Goal In Toys for Tots Hockey Game


The junior street hockey program is making some major strides in LaGrange. Coaches Glenn Cunningham and Brett Miolen have witnessed that for themselves in the past two years. The two mentors from the LaGrange Street Hockey League viewed some more signs of progress with the youth program on Sunday afternoon. Miolen and Cunningham watched the Red team squeak past the ...

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Junior Hockey Players Give Back With Toys for Tots Presents


They do get it – from the hockey rink, to the bench, to the community in general. All of the junior players in the LaGrange Street Hockey League are learning about more than the fundamentals of the game. The boys and girls in the local league do know what it means to lend a helping hand. The hockey youngsters are ...

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Police Investigating Late-Night Assault

LaGrange Police are investigating an incident were a young female was reportedly beaten up by a gang of women overnight Friday. Early Saturday morning about 1:03 a.m., officers with the LaGrange Police Department initially responded to the Cameron Crossing Apartments on Meadow Terrace in reference to gunshots heard in the area. Officers arrived and met with two females, who reported ...

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR love for anyone to come out and see what we are all about. We are always looking for new members! •Every Wednesday: Preschool Story Time at LaGrange Memorial Library at 10:30 a.m. Enjoy stories, fingerplays, songs and a craft. Eating Disorder – 12 Step Support Group OA, First Baptist Baptist on the Square Wednesday: 1:08 pm, Room 108 ...

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Juvenile Arrested for Axe Incident

LaGrange Police have charged a 14-year-old juvenile after he smashed up his father’s truck with an axe and kicked in a door after a family dispute. Late Friday night about 10:30 p.m., officers with the LaGrange Police Department initially responded to the 1200 block of Second Avenue in reference to reports of a male juvenile threatening his father. Officers arrived ...

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Christmas at Hills and Dales

The historic and beautiful Callaway Hills and Dales estate is open for its Christmastours. This year makes the 14th year that the home has been decorated and opened to the public to tour the home. On display are beautiful red poinsettias, a circa 1940’s tinsel-laden Christmas tree, with fresh holiday decorations all around. The visitor center is also decorated with ...

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Fall Line Blues Project Brings Undiscovered Music to Pure Life Studios


A new film project called, The Fall Line Blues Project (produced, edited and collaborated by Jontavious Willis and Henry Jacobs) is in the making and is partnering with Pure Life Studios to bring two talented yet, littleknown blues musicians to the stage. The evening will feature music and two short films (20 minute in length) introducing Horace Combs, and Eddie ...

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City of LaGrange to Hold Public Meeting Discussing Zoning and Development, Public Input Requested


The City of LaGrange is holding a public meeting *THIS THURSDAY* December 6 th to discuss the city’s zoning and development in the city. The City is updating the current zoning ordinance and staff is requesting the public’s input. Question posed to citizens include what types of development do you want to see? What types of development are missing in ...

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