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TCSS Superintendent Dr. Brian Shumate reflects on first day back to school

The sound of school bells, desks moving and the distinct chatter of students could be heard all over the county Monday as Troup County Schools ... Read more

1 month ago by Jenna Oden.

20 Under 40: Sal Fidahussein

Dr. Salman Fidahussein is a face many probably recognize from WellStar West Georgia Medical Center. Fidahussein, 38, is a pulmonary and critical care physician at ... Read more

1 month ago by Daniel Evans.

20 Under 40: Corey Faulkner

A few years ago, Corey Faulkner admits he wasn’t in a good place in his life. However, that has changed immensely over the last decade and ... Read more

1 month ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s kickoff to be held virtually

The Alzheimer’s Association is inviting LaGrange and surrounding area residents to join the LaGrange Virtual Pep Rally set for Tuesday, Aug. 18 at noon. According ... Read more

1 month ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

Postponed fireworks show will take place Saturday at Pyne Road Park

Troup County Parks and Recreation will host its annual Fireworks Show and Celebration Saturday at Pyne Road Park. The show, originally scheduled for the Fourth ... Read more

2 months ago by Hunter Riggall.

LaGrange Police offering free criminal record restriction

The LaGrange Police Department is hosting its free virtual record restriction event from July 6 until September 30, allowing people with past criminal violations to ... Read more

2 months ago by Hunter Riggall.

Callaway graduate awarded seventh scholarship two days before leaving for college

Callaway High School graduate Jared Nation is no stranger to adversity and hard work and now he’s off to college with multiple scholarships in hand. ... Read more

2 months ago by Jenna Oden.

Troup County native tells her story of 100 years in LaGrange

She’s seen it all.  Clyde (Allen) Moore is turning 100 years old this Sunday and has been part of the Troup County community almost all ... Read more

2 months ago by Jenna Oden.

Jim Thornton, other Georgia mayors urge feds to provide relief to local governments

LaGrange Mayor Jim Thornton and the Georgia Municipal Association are calling for the federal government to include relief funds for local governments in its next ... Read more

2 months ago by Hunter Riggall.

Grangers celebrate senior year, achievements and graduation Saturday

Words like hope, time and perseverance echoed Callaway Stadium as more than 200 Grangers took the stage Saturday morning for their in-person graduation. LaGrange High ... Read more

2 months ago by Jenna Oden.

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