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The Life Of Crime Is Starting Younger And Younger

LaGrange Police are investigating separate incidents where it appears youths burglarized separate locations. In one instance, a sports concession stand was damaged and burglarized for soft drinks and candy. In the other, a roving group of children were witnessed burglarizing an apartment stealing bikes and toys. Saturday morning, just before noon, officers responded to the LaGrange High baseball concession stands ...

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Streams Of Service Hosts Senior Expo

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Seniors are a valuable gift to any and every community. A living link to the triumphs and failures of the past, seniors provide us with an invaluable gift of insight. This is an insight that is sorely needed in the times in which we live in today. As such a valuable part of the community, it is refreshing to see ...

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Paint The Town Gives Back To Those In Need For The Past 10 Years

Cynthia and Rufus Hutchinson with their newly painted house

Our community here in LaGrange and Troup County is truly a special one. Members in this community are continuously looking for a way to give back to those who are in need. This manifests itself in many different ways and through many different organizations. One of the truly inspiring movements, for over the past 10 years, is a group dedicated ...

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Man Arrested For Stalking, Threatening To Kill Former Girlfriend

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A local man faces a felony charge after allegedly stalking and threatening to kill his former girlfriend. Friday morning about 9:04 a.m., officers with the La-Grange Police Department took a walk-in report in reference to reports of Stalking. Officers spoke with the female complainant, who advised that her former boyfriend, Anthony Delore Brown, had been repeatedly attempting to make contact ...

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The following students were honored at Gardner Newman Middle School for the 2015 2016 Fourth Quarter

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6th Grade Principal’s List Binion Alford, Julie Arrington, Sidney Bailey, Lillian Bono, Italia Boone, Kylah Campbell, Geonwoo Choi, Gabriel Conaway, John D. Dennis IV, James Reid Doerr, John Doerr, Lillian Doughman, Amijya Dudley, Taegyu Eom, Caroline Erickson, Lauren Farris, Tatianna Gillardo, Jenna Gynther, Christine Hong, Grace Huff, Mina Hwang, Jason Kemp, Asa Leath, Holliday Lynn, Jack McSpadden, Logan Metcalf, Eleanor ...

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Darian And Rachel Krimm Entertain TLC

The Thursday Lunch Club (TLC) met at noon June 2, 2016 in the Fellowship Hall of the LaGrange First United Methodist Church. There were 120 people who enjoyed a delicious meal of Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes, Green Bean Casserole, Copper Pennies, Rolls, and Banana Pudding for dessert along with coffee, tea or water. The meal was prepared by Rick Free, ...

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Springwood Scholars Bowl Team Competed In NAQT High School National Championship Tournament

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The Springwood Scholars Bowl team competed in the NAQT High School National Championship Tournament at the Anatole Hilton in Dallas, TX. This is the third consecutive year that Springwood has qualified for the World Cup equivalent of Scholars Bowl. The AISA state champions (for the fifth consecutive year) finished with an excellent four and six record placing 187th out of ...

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Police Investigating Wallace Street Shooting

LaGrange Police are investigating a late night incident where shots were fired into an occupied residence. Friday morning about 7:20 p.m., officers with the La-Grange Police Department responded to Wallace Street in reference to reports of gunshots fired in the area. Police arrived and spoke with the victims, who advised sometime around 4:15 a.m., they were awakened to hear gunshots ...

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THINC Honors Students

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LAGRANGE, GA – May 17, 2016 – THINC College & Career Academy held its first student honors night, May 17. A total of 129 awards were presented to students during the event, which was emceed by THINC board member John Asbell. Awards were given to 39 Distinguished Pathway Completers – those who earned an A average in the three pathway ...

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