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Hogansville hosts virtual Memorial Day service

Though it looked a bit different from previous years, the city of Hogansville and American Legion 152 hosted a virtual Memorial Day Service. Read more

12 hours ago by Dustin Duncan.

Marine Corp League vets lay flags, wreaths on fallen soldiers’ graves

There were no speeches or rows of chairs filled with spectators to honor fallen veterans Monday afternoon. Read more

13 hours ago by Dustin Duncan.

LaGrange High band director plays ‘Taps’ in driveway as part of national gesture

LaGrange High Band Director Jarrett Farrell stood in the driveway of his home near Granger Park at 3 p.m. at played the 24 notes that ... Read more

14 hours ago by Dustin Duncan.

Springwood school hosts in-person graduation at Wildcat Stadium

LANETT — Because of COVID-19 and the restrictions in place to deal with it, Springwood seniors gave up their classes, spring sports and prom this ... Read more

15 hours ago by Wayne Clark.

One day at a time: Prescott adjusts to life after COVID-19 and two weeks in the hospital

John Prescott was trimming bushes outside of Long Cane Baptist Church on April 6 when he started developing symptoms of what he thought was a ... Read more

4 days ago by Dustin Duncan.

Local physician playing role in Guatemala during crisis

Dr. Jim Bruce, an orthopedic surgeon practicing in LaGrange for 36 years until his retirement in 2018, is a board member of Local Hope, also ... Read more

4 days ago by Jenna Oden.

Veterans council not hosting Memorial Day service

For the first time in more than a decade the West Georgia Veterans Council will not host its annual Memorial Day service. Read more

4 days ago by Jenna Oden.

COVID-19 causes blood shortages as many drives are canceled

The impact of COVID-19 continues to affect the local blood supply, as canceled blood drives throughout the coming months are causing a significant drop in ... Read more

4 days ago by Dustin Duncan.

Troup County’s COVID-19 death total rises to eight

Two more people in Troup County have died from COVID-19, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health. The newest deaths are in an 81-year-old ... Read more

4 days ago by Daniel Evans.

Hogansville Elementary to buy 150 Chromebooks

Hogansville Elementary has been awarded more than $90,000 from the Georgia Department of Education as part of the state’s efforts to shore up digital learning ... Read more

5 days ago by Dustin Duncan.

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