Police Reports–7-13-2018

Monday morning about 11:09 a.m., LaGrange Police responded to Colquitt Street in reference to a Burglary of an occupied dwelling. Officers arrived and spoke with the victim, who stated he went to bed around 11 p.m. and when he woke up the next morning he noticed someone had come into his room. The victim stated an unknown person stole his ...

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Obits–Friday, July 13th

Striffler-Hamby Martha “Mott” Hendricks Gregory AUGUST 17, 1930 – JULY 10, 2018 Martha Hendricks Gregory, of LaGrange, Georgia, wife of Donald R. Gregory, died on July 10, 2018 at the age of 87. Born in Pickens, SC on August 17, 1930, she was the daughter of the late Nannie Jones Hendricks and Paul Oswald Hendricks of Pickens, SC. After graduation from Pickens ...

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Berta Weathersbee to Implement School Uniforms in the 2018-2019 School Year


Berta Weathersbee Elementary School will become the first school in Troup County to mandate school uniforms in the 2018-2019 school year. The move comes as the school’s administration seeks to remedy classroom distractions and foster a more positive environment in the school. Willie Cooks, principal of Berta Weathersbee, discussed the mandating of school uniforms and the concerns parents and students ...

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Rosemont Feeds Law Enforcement for “Mission LaGrange”


A large group from Rosemont Baptist Church stopped by the Troup County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday morning to drop off a few dozen packed lunches and a mountain of snacks to help show support for the men and women in law enforcement, as a part of their annual Mission LaGrange Week. The church packed a total of 120 lunches with hotdogs ...

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Outward Bound Expedition Spurs Teachers to Bring Outdoor Experience into Classroom


Outward Bound Expedition Spurs Teachers to Bring Outdoor Experience into Classroom This past spring, before they stepped foot on a mountain top, an anonymous donor contacted TCSS and not only asked about potential teachers who could be a part of Outward Bound, the donor surprised each teacher with funding for the outdoor learning experience. Participants were: • Aaron Woody — ...

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Man Accused of Vehicular Assault in Domestic Incident


LaGrange Police have charged a local man with felony assault after he allegedly rammed his car into another vehicle occupied by his girlfriend and child. Tuesday night about 9:58 p.m., officers with the LaGrange Police Department responded to the intersection of Jefferson Street and Vernon Street in reference to reports of a rolling domestic incident. After arriving, police spoke to ...

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Three-Car Crash Kills Woman Near LaGrange

The Georgia State Patrol is still investigating a crash that killed a woman on the interstate just outside La-Grange over the weekend. Troopers are still trying to finalize the investigation into the collision that occurred Saturday afternoon with the help of the Georgia Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team, but some details of the deadly crash have been released. Initial reports indicate ...

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THS Tigerettes/Majorettes Little Girls’ Clinic


The THS Tigerettes and Majorettes will be hosting a “Little Girls Clinic” Saturday, August 18 from 9AM to 2 PM at the Troup High School Gym. Open to girls in the fourth to eighth grades, the day will be spent teaching the skills needed to perform at a THS halftime show. All equipment for the event will be provided by ...

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Sea Turtles Return to Practice After Week-Long Hiatus


The Sea Turtles summer soccer team were back in action Tuesday ahead the of the team’s 11×11 game Wednesday. The Sea Turtles, under the direction of LaGrange High Coach Shane Pulliam, started their summer season in June and look to finish in late July. Tuesday’s turnout proved particularly strong with the U11 division. Before the break, the Sea Turtles managed ...

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