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Well before any concrete was poured, The Thread was simply an idea for a healthier, happier LaGrange and Troup County. Read more
One of the worst tornado outbreaks in recent memory took place ten years ago on April 27, 2011. Over a four-day span, from April 25-28, ... Read more
If humans were better at picking up after themselves, we’d never have to worry about litter. Our roadways, roadsides and natural resources would always be ... Read more
It’s clear that the LaGrange Police Department is fed up with dirt bikes racing up and down our roadways, and so are many citizens. Read more
Dear editor, would you believe there are an estimated 51.2 billion pieces of litter on America’s roadways? That is roughly 6,729 items per mile. Lately, ... Read more
Dear Noah, welcome to the world. As information, you are great-grandchild number six, following Cameron Charles Yarbrough, Hayden Rose, Hadley Ann and Harper Grace Yarbrough ... Read more
You may have heard that not everyone was happy when our General Assembly in Georgia overhauled the existing election protocol with the passage of SB ... Read more
When I was a child, my parents used certain southern expressions that my brother and I understood well. When mom and dad would say, “We ... Read more
It was alarming last week to hear that two students from LaGrange High School were hit by vehicles that were turning from the Granger Park ... Read more
On Thursday, we were informed by the District 4 Public Health that there are still plenty of vaccine appointments available. Read more