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SOS Cleaners to close in October after 60 years

Another long-serving business in the community will soon close its doors for good. SOS Cleaners, a dry cleaning business that has been in LaGrange for over ... Read more

22 hours ago by Shiann Sivell.

COVID cases continue to go down in school system

The Troup County School System once again reported lower COVID-19 cases among students and staff on Friday. Read more

23 hours ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

St. Peter’s hosts annual first responders Blue Mass service

A unique Mass service took place at the St. Peter’s Catholic Church Thursday night. Filling the rows of pews were not only regular attendees to ... Read more

24 hours ago by Shiann Sivell.

FDR documentary featuring LaGrange to air on GPB Tuesday

A President in our Midst: Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Georgia, will air on Georgia Public Broadcasting on Tuesday, Sept.21 at 7 p.m. Read more

1 day ago by Shiann Sivell.

Here’s what the LaGrange Graphic wrote 100 years ago to celebrate LHS state title

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article ran in the LaGrange Graphic about the 1921 LaGrange High School team winning the state championship. The team was honored for ... Read more

1 day ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

LaGrange leads by 41 at half, cruises to win

LaGrange (4-0) kept its dominant start to the season going Friday night with a 48-6 victory over Kendrick. The Grangers led 28-0 early in the second ... Read more

1 day ago by Daniel Evans.

14-year-old arrested for school shooting threat at LaGrange High School

A 14-year-old student has been arrested for making a shooting threat at LaGrange High School on Thursday, according to Lt. Mark Cavender with the LaGrange ... Read more

2 days ago by Daniel Evans.

Troup County purchases new, permanent morgue in response to demand from pandemic

Troup County has purchased a new, permanent morgue space due partly to the increased number of COVID-19 related deaths across the county and state. Read more

2 days ago by Daniel Evans.

West Point City Council approves memorandum of understanding for Glovis project

At its meeting on Monday, the West Point City Council approved a memorandum of understanding between West Point Development Authority, Glovis Georgia LLC, and Ridgeline ... Read more

2 days ago by Cole Trahan.

Hogansville leaders, residents talk diversity, inclusion and equity in forum

The subjects of diversity, equity and inclusion may not always be the easiest subjects to approach, let alone discuss openly. However, the Hogansville Library was packed ... Read more

2 days ago by Shiann Sivell.

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