Lions Roar Past Lafayette Despite Whitley’s 114 Yards

Lafayette Christian went to Fayetteville with high hopes, and the Cougars came back with a 37-15 loss to Solid Rock Academy. The Friday night football game marked the varsity debut for 12 Lafayette Christian freshmen. They played well in spots and poor at other times, but the experience that the Cougar ninth-graders got is priceless. “Some of our young kids ...

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Braves Are Sinking Fast, Future Remains Cloudy For Atlanta

The three most popular conversation pieces in the South is the weather, the football and the Braves. As for the weather, it’s hot and getting hotter. As for the football, Clemson is ranked No. 1 in the college national preseason poll. And as for the Atlanta Braves, don’t ask. But if you do, Atlanta had a decent first half of ...

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Gardner Newman Has 55 Reasons To Be Optimistic


It takes one to know one. Scooter Weathers is a Mustang all the way. He is the head football coach at Gardner Newman Middle School. Weathers has 55 players of the heart, the soul and the Mustangs. The coach and the players are in this together. Furthermore, Gardner Newman Middle thinks all of the effort could pay off in large ...

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Interstate Stop Leads to Check Fraud Arrests


Investigators with the Troup County Sheriff’s Office have arrested two Stone Mountain men on multiple check forgery charges as a result of an investigation that started with a traffic stop. On Monday, Troup County Sheriff’s Investigators were called by Georgia State Troopers to assist with an investigation after suspicious checks were discovered during a traffic violation stop on Interstate 185. ...

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Nature’s Barb Wire

WE HAVE MOVED TO 130 SAM WALKER DR. We are next to the sheriff’s office in the last building on the left. Our phones and emails are the same. We’ve all seen it around our yard. The insidious vine with very sharp thorns that wraps itself around shrubs and trees until it’s tendrils wave in the wind at the top ...

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County Commissioners Make Decisions on Point University MOU and Approve Callaway Airport Extension

The County Commissioners fresh off of their tour of the Great Wolf Lodge last week, returned to the chambers this week to hold another of their regularly scheduled meeting and dealt with various pieces of business. As the year begins to wide down and fall quickly approach, the commissioners begin to look towards the future and the things that need ...

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Krewe of Mask Sets Date for 2018 Mardi Gras Parade


Last year, a happening descended upon LaGrange like no other has before, in a stream of purple, gold, and green lights. Yes, last February your local Krewe of Mask held the first ever family friendly Mardi Gras parade in the streets of downtown LaGrange. For the first of its kind, the parade was a huge success, with riders and floats ...

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L&L Motor Sports


Here in our community, off roading and ATV’s are very popular and is a passion for many people. Before your next trip, come out and visit the best in ATV sales and repairs. Since 2008, L& L Motor Sports has been the place to be for all of your ATV needs. Leah and Lee Bishop and their team are the ...

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