Election Day is almost here. This feels like the most elongated election season we’ve ever dealt with in Troup County, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic ... Read more
18 hours ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.
Imagine a story where a military officer loses his son dying in a struggle with police officers after fleeing a possible DUI. The man gets ... Read more
2 days ago by Dustin Duncan.
My column last week on a radio commentary by the late Paul Harvey drew a lot of reader response from across the state, all of ... Read more
2 days ago by Dick Yarbrough.
This morning, buildings are burning, racism is rampant, a virus is killing, people are hurting. To read a paper or watch the news on television ... Read more
3 days ago by Lynn Gendusa.
Funny where the best lessons come from—a pandemic, perhaps, or maybe a good old-fashioned sit-down ‘talk’ with mama, or just from the famous school of ... Read more
3 days ago by Steven Ray Bowen.
Anybody who has shopped at Walmart in LaGrange has probably had an interaction with Carl Green. You may not remember his name, but you most ... Read more
3 days ago by Dustin Duncan.
After living in Troup County and leading the Troup County School System (TCSS) for the past 11 months, I think the time is right for ... Read more
4 days ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.
At 8 p.m. on May 25, 2020, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, 46-year-old George Floyd is being accused by a store clerk of using a counterfeit 20-dollar ... Read more
4 days ago by Jason Swindle.
Like many of you, I spent part of my weekend watching television as protestors around the country marched in response to the death of George ... Read more
5 days ago by Daniel Evans.
The death of George Floyd is not a police training issue. Recently, I received an email from a member of our community regarding the video ... Read more