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LaGrange Humiliates Sandy Creek in 10-1 Victory


It’s win number nine for the Lady Grangers. The LaGrange High softball team traveled to Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone, Georgia Thursday and came away with yet another dominant win. The Lady Grangers needed only five innings to put the game away. They shut out Sandy Creek for four of those five innings, only allowing one run in the ...

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Cavaliers Open with a 35-21 Win Over Opelika


The Callaway Cavaliers defended their home turf Friday night as they toppled Alabama Region 6AAA powerhouse Opelika. The Cavaliers came from behind to tie the Bulldogs 77 at the end of the first half, and Callaway’s dynamic quarterback and running back duo proved too much for Opelika to handle in the second. Callaway quarterback Jacob Freeman and running back Tank ...

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Police Reports–8-27-2018

Wednesday night about 10:35 p.m., LaGrange Police responded to the Brick House Bar and Grill on Main Street in reference to an unwanted subject. When officers arrived, they found the unwanted male sitting on the ground arguing. The male, later identified as Shane Goodman, had an odor of an alcoholic beverage and was slurring his words as he screamed at ...

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Planning for Fall

Believe it or not, it’s about time to start planning for fall. The rain this summer be very beneficial to a garden or it can wreak havoc with weed control. As the vegetable garden starts to peter out, pull up all the plants that have been harvested. It prevents a buildup of insects and diseases. Put in the burn pile ...

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Meth-head Arrested while Mooching Wi-Fi

LaGrange Police have arrested a woman on multiple drug charges after she was spotted hanging out in a local hotel laundry room mooching the hotel’s Internet access. Late Tuesday night around 11:28 p.m., officers with the LaGrange Police Department were patrolling the area around Motel 6 on Lafayette Parkway when officers observed a female sitting in the laundry room on ...

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Notice of Road Closure

Elm Street from State Route 29 to Poplar Street in Hogansville will be closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic from Tuesday, September 4, 2018 through Friday, November 2, 2018. There is a possibility the roadway will open sooner, and the city will post updates to its social media sites as warranted. In December 2015 and January 2016, the City of ...

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King Bio Recalls Kids and Infant Products, Fears Potential Microbial Contamination

King Bio issued a recall of thirty-two baby and infant products out of fears of potential microbial contamination. The recall is voluntary. A full list of recalled products includes: DK Attention & Learning Enh. Chicken Pox Symptom Relief Children’s Appetite & Weight Children’s Appetite Enhance Children’s Cough Relief Children’s Fever Reliever Children’s Growth and Development DK Newborn Tonic DK Nosebleed ...

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Obits–August 27, 2018

LAKES DUNSON ROBERTSON  Charles Benson Brewer Charles Benson Brewer was born October 25, 1961 in LaGrange, Georgia. He was one of eleven children born to the late George Dewey Brewer and Virginia Brewer. He graduated from LaGrange High School, Class of 1979; where he was known for playing basketball and being a “Ladies Man.”  Charles was a member of New Beginning Baptist ...

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Judge Michael Key Honored with the Amicus Curiae Award


Troup County Juvenile Court Judge R. Michael Key received the Amicus Curiae Award Tuesday, August 21 for his extraordinary contributions to the court during his time of service. Troup County Board of Commissioners Chair Patrick Crews presented the award to Judge Michael Key in front of a standing-roomonly chamber. The Supreme Court of Georgia issued the Amicus CuriaeAward to Key. ...

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