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LCS lights up scoreboard in victory

It was a scoring frenzy Friday night for Lafayette Christian in a 78-6 victory over Peoples Baptist. The Cougars ...

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State taps WGTC to train officers as phlebotomists

Under an agreement reached this summer, West Georgia Technical College will train state and local law enforcement officers ...

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Only 191 votes have been cast in Troup County elections so far

Turnout for the upcoming municipal and county commission elections is low, according to updated numbers released Thursday. According to ...

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Father of Parkland victim visits, speaks about school safety

The father of one of the 17 victims at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida spoke ...

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BOWEN COLUMN: Part 16: Lost in Yellowstone

One of the things I’ve thought of so much from this side of this journey is the wonder ...

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OUR VIEW: TCSO makes arrest quickly in local murder case

Last week, a horrific crime took place in Troup County where a woman and her unborn child were ...

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BOWEN COLUMN: Part 16: Lost in Yellowstone

One of the things I’ve thought of so much from this side of this journey is the wonder ...

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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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StepStone foster services opens new location in LaGrange

StepStone Family and Youth Services officially opened its Region 4 location in LaGrange on Wednesday.

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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 ...