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Home care nurse steps up to challenge

Tara Ormsby knew the risks when she volunteered to be the only registered nurse to visit COVID-19 patients for Georgia HomeCare in LaGrange. When the ... Read more

20 hours ago by Dustin Duncan.

LaGrange nurse travels to New York to help treat COVID-19 patients

Her friends call her Tina, her parents call PA Reid, but the world calls her a health care hero.  Destina Reid, MMSc, PA-C recently got ... Read more

1 day ago by Jenna Oden.

AMC faces unclear financial path

Questions about AMC Entertainment’s future across the country are murky as the company said it’s not sure if or when the business can return to ... Read more

3 days ago by Dustin Duncan.

Chamber to host probate judge forum Tuesday

The LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce will hold a political forum for probate judge on Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. Read more

5 days ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

New apartment complex could open in July

A new 240-unit apartment complex could open in LaGrange by the end of July.  According to a news release from Arlington Property Management, the new ... Read more

1 week ago by Dustin Duncan.

Lafayette Alliance gives new sign to LaGrange City Council

LaGrange’s namesake, Marquis de Lafayette, may soon have more information surrounding his statue placed in the center of downtown. Joanna Baxter, representing the Lafayette Alliance, ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Dustin Duncan.

Troup County Relief Fund begins awarding grants

The Troup County Relief Fund has awarded its first round of grants. Read more

2 weeks ago by Jenna Oden.

Alabama high school graduates pair of triplets in 2020 class

The odds of having triplets is 1 in 9,000 births. It is even rarer to have two sets of triplets graduating in the same class. Read more

3 weeks ago by Cody Estremera.

LaGrange Art Museum resumes regular hours after 8-week closure

The doors are open again at the LaGrange Art Museum after an eight-week closure. Read more

3 weeks ago by Jenna Oden.

Fighting to come home: First COVID-19 patient in Troup County shares story

David Simpson lost two weeks of his life due to COVID-19. He went to sleep on Sunday, March 15, at WellStar West Georgia Medical Center, ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Dustin Duncan.

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