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At abortion clinics, new laws sow confusion, uncertainty

Abortion clinics are facing protesters emboldened by a flurry of restrictive new state laws as they reassure confused patients that the laws have yet to ... Read more

12 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Tire manufacturer project is on indefinite hold in LaGrange

On Wednesday, the Downtown LaGrange Development Authority confirmed that construction of Sentury Tire USA’s Troup County facility has been placed on hold indefinitely. Read more

13 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Point University wants to increase footprint in West Point

Point University doesn’t plan of slowing down anytime soon, according to Rusty Hassell, executive director of enrollment management at Point University. Read more

13 hours ago by Dustin Duncan.

Four Star Freightliner breaks ground in Valley

In the 1980s, Jerry Kocan was a representative for Caterpillar, working the Interstate 85 corridor. He made many stops at Exits 77 and 79 in ... Read more

14 hours ago by Wayne Clark.

Alabama House approves ‘born alive’ abortion bill

Doctors would face prison sentences if they fail to treat babies "born alive" after an attempted abortion, under a bill approved Tuesday night by the ... Read more

19 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Teachers, students, parent cut hair for kids

As students held their breath in hopes of winning a new car during Friday’s pep rally at Troup High School, five teachers, four students and ... Read more

19 hours ago by Staff Reports.

School 2 Work puts graduating Troup County seniors directly into jobs

When Troup County School System seniors toss their graduation caps in the air next week as a culmination to the graduation ceremony, they will be ... Read more

19 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Resurfacing project on I-85 in Georgia to take six months to complete

A resurfacing project on Interstate 85 in Harris and Troup Counties is scheduled to begin Tuesday, May 28, according to a news release from the ... Read more

19 hours ago by Dustin Duncan.

Commission approves Sea of Galilee replica

In the not-too-distant future, locals and out-of-town visitors may be able to step back into biblical Galilee right here in Troup County. Read more

19 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Chambers County Commissioner James “Moto” Williams reflects on his time with the Alabama Forestry Commission

James “Moto” Williams is perhaps the best-known forestry professional in Chambers County. He will mark 30 years with the Alabama Forestry Commission on July 1. ... Read more

19 hours ago by Wayne Clark.

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