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City council mulls granting DASH additional funds

DASH of LaGrange, a sustainable housing development organization, sought additional funds to continue a sustainable housing project at ...

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BERNARD COLUMN: Recapping COVID so far

I would urge you to do that (get vaccinated). That is what we need to unite and focus ...

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OUR VIEW: Mask or no mask? Parents need to consider all the facts

In today’s paper, you can read about the Troup County School System’s decision to change its policy on ...

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Bark in the Park to return to benefit LaGrange Humane Society

Bark at the Park returns for its sixth annual 5k through downtown LaGrange on Oct. 30. The event ...

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HUNT COLUMN: As the school world turns

Ah, October: cool mornings, falling leaves, football, all things pumpkin. AND the recognition of two very important support ...

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GENDUSA COLUMN: Angels in lab coats

I despise COVID for many reasons. It kills, maims, harms, and destroys, but we can radically alter its ...

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Survey says block scheduling successful

The Troup County School System adopted block scheduling for its high schools for the 2021-2022 school year, and ...

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West Point council approves power provision request

At their meeting on Monday, the West Point City Council approved a request from EZ Blockchain, a cryptomining ...

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Hardy named new Griggs Center manager

The Troup County Board of Commissioners announced last week that Devin Hardy has been named Recreation Center Manager ...

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LaGrange MS coper shares story during Bike MS ride

The Bike MS: Atlanta Peach Ride has become a familiar event each fall since its first fundraiser in ...

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YARBROUGH COLUMN: Junior E. Lee helps put reader responses in perspective

You are going to find this hard to believe but everybody doesn’t love me like you do. I ...

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Faith & Blue event highlights law enforcement/public bond

Local law enforcement and citizens came together Sunday at Sweetland Amphitheater for the Faith & Blue event, a ...

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Early voting begins Tuesday

Early voting starts Tuesday, Oct. 12, and will continue until Oct. 29 for the upcoming municipal elections in ...

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OUR VIEW: Don’t delay on getting your flu shot

Flu season is upon us and again, we are faced with the decision on whether or not to ...

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Citing lower COVID-19 numbers, TCSS changes mask mandate policy

Superintendent Brian Shumate announced at Monday night’s Troup County School Board work session that the school system is ...

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Lions Club to host 77th annual BBQ fundraiser

The LaGrange Lions Club returns for its 77th annual BBQ on Election Day, which is Nov. 2, 2021.

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OUR VIEW: Congrats to Strickland on new role as interim fire chief

Michael Strickland, who served as Troup County’s deputy fire chief, has been named the county’s new interim fire ...

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Long Cane Middle School places first in GreenPower

Long Cane Middle School’s Greenpower USA Racing teams competed in their first meet of the season last weekend.

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Chapter 15: Lost in Yellowstone

This Thursday morning would be one I will never forget. Soon after Todd got up and around, I ...

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TURES COLUMN: Why you should support reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act

One of the key battlegrounds in Congress that you might not have heard about is the latest attempt ...