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Troup Softball Defeats Cedartown in Offensive Thriller

The Troup High softball game against Cedartown on Tuesday quickly turned into a shootout as both offenses put up some of their highest numbers of the season. Cedartown struck first with a run in the first, but the Tigers responded with a score of their own. They traded another round of back-and-forth scores in the second before Troup exploded for ...

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LaGrange Softball Triumphs over Sandy Creek


The LaGrange Lady Granger varsity softball team on Tuesday pulled off a 92 victory over Sandy Creek after an impressive sevenrun sixth inning. The two teams were tied 4-4 at the bottom of the sixth before the Granger offense found their stride. LaGrange struck first, scoring a run at the bottom of the second on a homer from Katelynn Mobley. ...

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Cadet Colonel Jasmine Diaz Takes Command of the Air Force Junior ROTC


Jasmine Diaz, a senior at Callaway High School, has achieved the ROTC’s highest rank of Cadet Colonel. Cadet Diaz, who is entering her fourth year of JROTC, will lead 83 fellow cadets throughout the fall semester. The Air Force Junior ROTC is a training program designed to educate and train high school cadets in citizenship, community service, personal responsibility, character, ...

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LaGrange Softball Rolls in Double Header against Cartersville


The Lady Granger softball team on Saturday cruised for two victories in their double header against Cartersville. The two road wins put the Grangers 15-6 for the season thus far. LaGrange secured the league in the first game Saturday morning with a dramatic walk-off grand slam that broke a 2-2 tie. Cartersville struck early in the two-game series, scoring at ...

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Braves Offered Free Tickets to Coastal Residents Displaced by Hurricane Florence

The Atlanta Braves extended an invitation to anyone who has evacuated to Atlanta due to Hurricane Florence to be their guests for their three games at SunTrust Park when the team took on the Washington Nationals on Friday (7:35 p.m.), Saturday (1:05 p.m.) and Sunday (1:35 p.m.). In addition, all the proceeds from the weekend’s 50/50 raffle benefited Red Cross ...

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Atlanta Braves Single-game Tickets for 2018 NLDS Go on-sale Sept. 19 at 10 a.m.

Single-game tickets for potential National League Division Series games at SunTrust Park will go onsale Wednesday, September 19 at 10 a.m. to the general public. A-List Member and Braves registered users will have access to a presale on Tuesday, September 18. ‘This team has been incredibly exciting to watch this season and our fans have supported us all year,’ said ...

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College Football Week Three Takeaways

This may be Saban’s best Alabama team yet. There are some aspects of this year’s Crimson Tide team that are familiar. They still have an incredibly efficient defense that has limited opponents to two touchdowns or less all season. Saturday’s game was no exception, as the Crimson Tide limited the Rebels to one touchdown that came on a freak play ...

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Troup Earns Impressive Win over Woodward


The Troup High softball team on Monday secured their best win of the season against Woodward. The Tigers, who are currently 6-15, rebounded for a great win in an otherwise rough season. Troup needed just three innings to put the game away. The defense shut out Woodward, while the offense exploded for eight runs in the first inning. They followed ...

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Police Investigating Lease Fraud

LaGrange Police are investigating an incident where a woman was allegedly fooled into paying a deposit and signing a false lease to a shyster, fraudulently claiming to be the realtor for the property. The whole investigation started Friday afternoon about 12:42 p.m., when officers with the LaGrange Police Department responded to the 500 block of Ridley Avenue in reference to ...

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Hogansville City Council Votes on Substitute Film Ordinance


Hogansville City Council Votes on Substitute Film Ordinance In a move reproached by City Manager David Milliron, the Hogansville City Council on Monday voted to pass a substitute film ordinance. The original ordinance was rewritten after council heard suggestions from Councilman Jackson and Mayor Pro Tem Theresa Strickland. Jackson had suggested that negotiations made between the city manager and various ...

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