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Usher, Ludacris film music video in Troup
Stars found LaGrange-Troup County Drag Strip to be perfect venue
Matthew Strother
News editor
Matthew Strother / Daily News
A crew setup Wednesday at the LaGrange-Troup County Drag Strip
on Heard Road filmed a music video featuring R&B and pop artist
Usher and rapper Ludacris. Owners of the strip said they were
contacted Monday by a company looking to shoot at the property
and learned Wednesday morning, as crews arrived, that the two
Grammy award-winning artists.
The LaGrange-Troup County
Drag Strip is tucked away in a
remote area of the county, a few
miles from the Kia plant, and
that was part of the appeal that
led Grammy award-winning artists
Usher and Ludacris to film a music
video there .Wednesday.
Drag strip co-owner Larry Hall
said a representative from a promotion company contacted him
last week about possibly renting
the drag strip to shoot a video.
Hall said the company sent someone Monday to check out the location and he was told it was what
the company wanted.
Ludacris
Usher
It wasn’t until Wednesday morning, when crews arrived, that Hall
found out the video shoot was for
the two high-profile musicians.
The promotion company “said
this was what they were looking
for, and here they are,” Hall said.
Usher, 33, is a singer, songwriter, dancer and actor. His 2004
album “Confessions” was certified
diamond with 10 million copies
sold. Ludacris, 35, started his rapping career in Atlanta and has
acted in Hollywood movies including 2011’s “Fast Five” with Vin
Diesel and Dwayne Johnson.
Both artists received a Grammy
in 2004 for the collaborated song
“Yeah!” with rapper Lil Jon.
Drag strip co-owner Hosea
McDaniel said the video shoot was
great for the community and good
exposure for the track, which he
said many local don’t even know is
there. Usher and Ludacris were on
the drag strip from 10 a.m. until
late Wednesday night shooting for
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Hawkes Children’s Library
to celebrate 90th birthday
Jennifer Shrader
Staff writer
Hawkes
Children’s
Library partied
will party
on on
Saturday like its 1922.
A ceremony marking the
library’s 90th birthday will
be from 2 to 4 p.m. at the
historic building, across
from City Hall. The event
is free.
The event will be highlighted by a visit from Mike
Morehouse, who impersonates library founder, Dr.
A.K. Hawkes. “Dr. Hawkes”
will be there at 3 p.m. to
blow out the candles on
the libraries birthday cake
and at least five 1920s vintage automobiles will be on
hand. The Junior Friends of
Hawkes Libary will sing.
“It will be a block party,”
said Nanci Hendrix, library
volunteer.
The library was built by
and named for Dr. Albert
King Hawkes, a leading
optician in the U.S. in
1894. He sold glasses from
Atlanta that were shipped
to more than 8,000 towns
across the country and had
an interest in the education
of children. After a visit
to West Point, he gave the
West Point Womans’ Club
$100 for books, and soon
was convinced to bequeath
the money for a children’s
library in the city.
When Hawkes died he left
about $7,500 for a library
building. It was named
Hawkes Children’s Library
as requested in Hawkes’
will, but later changed to
Hawkes Library so as not
to discourage adults from
using it.
In 1991, the library was
put on the national register
of historic places.
Inside the building still
looks much as it did in 1922
and is one of the few places were patrons still check
out a book by signing their
names.
Jennifer Shrader may be reached Signs decorated by members of Junior Friends of
Jennifer Shrader/Daily News
at [email protected] or the Library decorate the lobby of Hawkes Children’s Nanci Hendrix leads toddlers, along with her puppet JoJo, during story hour at Hawkes Children’s Library in West Point.
at 706-884-7311, Ext. 236.
Library in honor of its 90th birthday.
Second ‘Troup Trained’
class graduates program
Jennifer Shrader
LHS homecoming court and
underclassman representatives
Staff writer
Eleven more Troup County residents are ready for the workforce.
The second “Troup Trained” class
graduated after a seven week program
at West Georgia Technical College.
“I hope this is the second of many
classes to come,” said Ricky Wolfe,
Troup County Commission Chairman.
He charged the graduates to be an
example for future classes.
“You’re an integral part in the continuation of the program,” he said.
The Troup Trained program was
born out of the county’s workforce
development initiative and is meant to
teach “soft skills,” like showing up for
work on time, dressing appropriately
and behaving in the workplace, things
that may not be taught in a regular classroom. Local employers have
Jennifer Shrader/Daily News
Troup Trained Graduate Dana
Silvers, left, receives her certification from Carrie Brkich,
assistant director of the Troup
County Center for Strategic
Planning, and Troup County
Commission Chairman Ricky
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Left, one of these girls will be selected as the 2012 LHS Homecoming Queen and will be crowned Friday night at
halftime of the football game. The homecoming court is, from left, front row, Anna Watts, Taylor Parrish, Allayah
Askew, Madison Alford, Grace Galster and Y’vondria Cameron; second row, Lydia Duquette and Mitzi Anderson;
third row, Keanu Harris, Chelsea Boyd, Jessica Woodyard, Molly McKeen and Lindsay Shank.
Right, the LaGrange High School underclassmen Homecoming representatives are, from left, 10th grade representative Alisha Ward, ninth grade representative Tijuana Brooks, 11th grade representative Jennifer Ochsenknecht.
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On the road to … Gettysburg, Penn.
LSPA to host
picnic theater
Matthew Strother
News editor
Josh and Shannon New recently traveled wthe LaGrange Daily News to Gettysburg, Penn., to visit the sacred battlefield. The
Gettysburg battlefield was the scene of the largest conflict ever fought in the Western hemisphere. This photo was taken at the
most historic covered bridge in Pennsylvania, Sachs Covered Bridge, in Gettysburg. Sachs Bridge is also considered the most
haunted covered bridge in America and was crossed by both armies, Union and Confederate, during the Battle of Gettysburg in
July 1863.
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Selma City Council halts
work on Civil War statue
SELMA, Ala. (AP) — The
Selma City Council voted
Tuesday night to stop work
on a monument in honor of
Confederate Civil War General
Nathan Bedford Forrest at a city
cemetery.
The council voted 4-0 with
two members abstaining to stop
all work on the monument to
Forrest until the courts decide
whether the city or a Confederate
heritage group owns the section
of a city cemetery where the
monument would be located.
A monument honoring Forrest
was the cause of demonstrations
by civil rights groups about 10
years ago when it was located outside a city building near
downtown. It was then moved to
a section honoring Confederate
war dead in the city cemetery.
But Forrest’s bust was removed
and apparently stolen from atop
a 7-foot-tall granite monument
earlier this year, prompting new
protests and calls by civil rights
advocates not to replace it.
The vote came after protesters
marched to City Hall and gave a
series of impassioned speeches at
a city council work session.
Detractors say Forrest traded
black people like cattle, massacred black Union soldiers and
joined the early Ku Klux Klan.
His defenders dispute much of
that and counter with stories that
depict him as a protector of slave
families and defender of the weak
who resigned from the KKK.
A member of the group Friends
of Forrest, Pat Godwin, said she
feels the protests have been an
effort to obscure the police investigation of the disappearance of
the bust.
“It’s all smoke and mirrors to
divert attention from the issue
of the theft of the bust,” Godwin
said.
The council had earlier indicated it would allow people to
speak on the issue at the work
session, but would not vote on
the racially sensitive issue during
the meeting. Council members
changed their mind after activist
Rose Toure, a leader of the protests, and other speakers urged
the council to go ahead and vote.
Council member Bennie Ruth
Crenshaw moved that the council order all work on the monument stopped after city attorney
Jimmy Nunn said he had not
been able to locate a deed to
the Confederate section of the
cemetery.
“Let’s stop the building and
move this Nathan Bedford
Forrest issue out of the way,”
Crenshaw said.
Another council member,
Susan Keith, abstained from
the vote. She said earlier she
needed more information before
she could decide how to vote.
She said she would also like to
wait until the investigation of the
theft is completed.
“There’s just too many discrepancies,” she said.
Video
son of Hosea McDaniel and a
fan of the musicians. He came to
the track after work to watch the
video being filmed after his father
told him the two stars were at
the location. “We get to see the
work of these two megamillionaire
stars … and they’re here in Troup
County.”
Matthew Strother can be reached at
[email protected] or 706884-7311, ext. 229.
Woman cuts man in domestic incident
Burglars break into occupied home
Two burglars kicked in the door
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embraced the program
and 64 people applied to
be in the class.
“We can re-enter the
workforce with confidence,” said Myrna
Berry, one of the graduating students.
The classes are sponsored by West Georgia
Technical
College
and the West Central
Workforce Investment
Board.
“This is an investment
in yourself,” said Debbie
Woerner,
executive
director of the workforce
investment board. “We
want to make sure Troup
County residents are
ready for the workforce.”
Local
weather
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
High 88 High 88 High 82
Low 63 Low 63 Low 61
10 percent
40 percent
chance of rain chance of rain
Extremes
In downtown LaGrange Yesterday at LaGrangeCallaway Airport
Yesterday 0
Month 2.35
Year to date 36.15
High 84
Low 50
West Point Lake Levels
Q Public Safety
A LaGrange woman was charged
with aggravated assault after she
allegedly cut a man after an argument over money shortly before 2
a.m. today.
Monique Newsome, 41, is accused
of cutting a man on the side of the
victim’s head with a steak knife at
the Budget Inn, 100 Hill St., in the
couple’s room. Newsome said the
victim confronted her, accusing her
of taking money. During an argument, she shoved the victim and
“thought” she grabbed an object
and “vaguely remembered hurting
him” when she struck him with it,
according to a police report.
Officers said the victim tried
to call 911 after the incident and
Newsome took the phone from him.
The victim was treated at the
scene by LaGrange Fire Department
EMS personnel. Officers arrested
Newsome on charges of aggravated
assault under the family violence
act, possession of a knife during
the commission of a crime and
interfering with an emergency call.
Anyone with additional information was asked to call LaGrange
police at 706-883-2603 or Troup
County Crime Stoppers at 706-8121000 or text an anonymous tip to
274-637, keyword “LAGRANGE.”
Tips also may be submitted online
at lagrangega.org or facebook.com/
lagrange.police.
Matthew Strother can be reached at
[email protected] or 706884-7311, ext. 229.
Trained
Rainfall
From page 1A
the video, doing dance routines
repeatedly.
“When you see a video on TV,
it’s about three minutes long, you
don’t see all of the work that goes
into it,” said LaTorre McDaniel,
The Lafayette Society
for the Performing Arts
will be trying something
different with the opening
of its new season show
“Arsenic and Old Lace”
next week with a picnic
before each show.
“For the first time,
Lafayette Society for
Performing Arts is having picnic theater. It’s a
phrase we coined and we
compare the concept to
that of Chastain Park”
Amphitheatre in Atlanta,
said LSPA board director
Debby Baker.
Tables will be setup
in the LSPA Black Box
Theater and doors will
open at 6:30 p.m. for
patrons to bring in picnic suppers and beverages
of choice. They will have
until 7:15 p.m. to finish
their meals and asked to
have all food, utensils and
drinks should be stored
away before the show
starts at 7:30 p.m. to not
distract the actors.
“We think this will offer
an opportunity for our
guests to enjoy a meal
while visiting with each
other before the play
begins,” Baker said. “We
haven’t done this before,
but it sounded like fun, so
we’re going to try it.”
Ticket prices for the
picnic theater are still the
same - $15 for adults and
$10 for students. There
will be limited seating
because of the tables, so
reservations are required.
Picnic time will be
available before each performance of the show,
which runs Oct. 4 to 6,
12 and 13 at 7:30 p.m.,
and Oct.7 at 2:30 p.m.
Reservations may be
made by calling LSPA at
706-882-9909 or going by
the LSPA office at 214
Bull St.
to a home in the 1000 block of Elm the driver’s area.
Street Wednesday while the owner
Police were unable to locate the
hid inside.
owner of the vehicle or a man
Police said the burglars had fled whose license was left in the
when officers arrived. The burglars vehicle. The driver faces possible
were described as a black male and charges
of reckless driving, failure
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Thefts
Animal cruelty
An officer picked up a dog
chained up in the 100 block of
Fendig Street that was described
as extremely emaciated, with the
shape of its bones clearly visible
through its skin, and a veterinarian also confirmed the animal was
anemic from an apparent lack of
food or water.
Wrecked car, no occupants,
found
An officer responded to
McGregor at Fendig streets at 8:48
p.m. Wednesday, where a gray 2008
Lincoln MKZ was wrecked and
upside down.
A witness said he saw four people running from the area. Based
on tire tracks, police believe the
vehicle was speeding northbound
on McGregor Street and lost control at a curve near Fendig Street,
left the road and hit a ditch headon, causing the vehicle to flip forward and land on its roof.
Side and passenger airbags had
deployed, but not the driver’s airbags. There were traces of blood in
Q A thief entered a 2004 Honda
Civic at Foch and Darden streets
and stole a $300 GPS unit.
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Q A LaGrange man said an exgirlfriend slashed his car tires, valued at $501, in the 300 block of
Margarite Street.
Q Someone threw a brick
through the driver’s side window
of a GMC Envoy parked in the 200
block of West Haralson Street and
rummaged through the glove compartment. Damage was estimated
at more than $500.
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