Monthly Archives: November 2016

Troup’s Future Is Bright With Glisson, 16 Returning Starters


Let’s get one thing perfectly clear. The Troup High Tigers are not a one-hit wonder. This year’s football explosion over at Troup, should and most likely will continue next year. The Tigers expect to be good again next season as they shoot for the moon and the Region 5-AAAA championship. “We’re excited. We have a great staff and a lot ...

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Warriors Show Some Promise; Modi: “Everybody Is Chipping In”


Sometimes it takes a freshman to put everything into perspective. Ujwal Modi is one of those naïve yet brilliant ninthgraders over at LaGrange Academy. Modi goes to school by day, and he plays basketball for the Warriors during his remaining waking hours. Modi is proud to be a Warrior, and he thinks this could be a banner year for LaGrange ...

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Tigers Place 12 Players On All-Region Football Squad


Troup High School’s bounce back football season not only resulted in eight wins this fall, it also meant the Tigers have some of the most coveted players in Region 5-AAAA. That is the opinion of many. The Tigers were a landslide winner on the All-Region team. Twelve Troup High players were selected either first or second team on the 5-AAAA ...

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The Ray And Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia Bring State-of-the-Art Technology to Travelers At West Point Visitor Information Center

Investing in highway safety and pollution reduction (Atlanta, GA – November 21, 2016)-The Ray and Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia (KMMG) announced plans to install a state-of-theart tire pressure and tread depth measurement system at the Georgia DOT “Visitor Information Center” (VIC) in West Point, Georgia, at mile marker one of The Ray, near the Georgia-Alabama state line. This will be ...

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Couple Held At Gun Point

Our homes are our sanctuaries, the places where we feel the safest. We make our memories there and spend great amounts of time in our lives amongst its walls. That is why it is so devastating when someone unwelcome interrupts the sanctity of our homes. Such was the case recently at an address on Saynor Circle when a couple was ...

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THINC DECA Students Participated In Leadership Conference


Written By THINC Student Reporter Tal Thompson LAGRANGE, GA: THINC DECA students trekked to Atlanta, Georgia to join fellow GA DECA Chapters for the Fall Leadership Development Conference. In two days, they participated in leadership workshops led by guest speakers and GA DECA state officers. They also connected with other DECA Chapters and learned how DECA is working with Keep ...

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Buy A Tree, Change A Life At City Light Church

Sheriff James Woodruff promotes City Light's BUY A TREE. CHANGE A LIFE. project

Four years ago, a family of Life Pointe Church in Homestead, Florida needed $25,000 to officially adopt their Ethiopian child. Their church family wanted to help, and they decided to sell Christmas trees to raise the necessary funds. At the end of the holiday season, 450 Christmas trees had been sold and the goal of reaching $25,000 was met. From ...

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City Legacy Named Grand Marshal For Christmas Parade


This year marks the 40th anniversary of the LaGrange Christmas Parade, and who better to lead such a special event than the lady who started it all? Jane Fryer began investing in her local community in 1973 when she became the President of both the La-Grange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce and the LaGrange Development Authority. Only three years after her ...

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Marine Corps Reserve And GSP Partner For Toys For Tots


Once again, the Georgia State Patrol (GSP) is partnering with the local United States Marine Corps (USMC) League, Detachment #1040 for Toys for Tots this year, hoping to provide children with a special present that will make their Christmas morning a day worth remembering. The GSP Post #2 in La-Grange will have collection boxes available for donations. Other collection boxes ...

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