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Spring Fling Day 15: Cleaning Supplies

Spring Fling Day 15: Cleaning Supplies

Welcome to the Spring Fling. Join us every day in April to start flinging the clutter from your life!

Gather your cleaning supplies. Sometimes we try different cleaning supplies and either aren’t happy with the results or don’t like the way they smell. Keep only what you actually use. Combine partially filled bottles (like products only) and safely dispose of the rest.  Throw out rags that are even too tattered to be rags. Be sure to check under all of your sinks, in the laundry room and maybe even in the garage.

Now go flinging!  Please come back and tell me how many bottles of cleaning supplies you were able to fling today.

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Houston County's high school graduations schedule released

Houston County's high school graduations schedule released

High school graduation ceremonies for Houston County are scheduled at the times listed below at the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter:

May 23-24

2014 Houston County Graduations

Houston Co. Career Academy May 23  6 p.m.

Warner Robins High  May 23  8 p.m.

Veterans High  May 24  9 a.m.

Perry High  May 24  12 p.m.

Houston Co. High  May 24  3 p.m.

Northside High  May 24  6 p.m.

MGSC to host Sky Camp

MGSC to host Sky Camp

Sky Camp, a summer aviation camp for kids ages 10 to 14, is set for June 30 to July 2 at the Eastman Campus of Middle Georgia State College.

Activities will include exploring weather, history and physics as they relate to flight; aircraft maintenance, building and launching rockets and gliders; flying in an aircraft and more. Fee is $100 per child; $75 for children of Middle Georgia State employees.

For more information, contact Andrea Yawn at andrea.yawn@mga.edu or (478) 374-6700 or Christy Faulk at christy.faulk@mga.edu or (478) 448-4703.

Campus maps and directions: http://www.mga.edu/about/maps.aspx

Ham radio study session comes to Warner Robins

Ham radio study session comes to Warner Robins

Central Georgia Amateur Radio Emergency Service members hold a a cram study session in Warner Robins this month in preparation for the FCC amateur radio exam.

The exam will then be given at the end of the day, according to a release.

On April 26, the guided study, "broken into six 45-minute periods, will go over readion sections of the FCC question pool, with hourly breaks and lunch."

The class is at 8:30 a.m. at the Houston Medical Center and the exam starts at 4 p.m.

If you'd like to attend, the study session is free, but the exam fee is $15.

Register online for the study session and exam. 

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Military appeals courts upholding sexting convictions

Military appeals courts upholding sexting convictions

Air Force Times

Troops have gotten in trouble for years for sending sexually explicit photos and messages over text message — even without much legal precedent.

Now, several decisions handed down by appeals courts in recent months demonstrate how military law is catching up to technological phenomena of "sexting" and text-stalking, say attorneys who specialize in military justice.

In what is perhaps the service's most notorious sexting case, the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals ruled in February a superior officer's raunchy texts to younger enlisted airmen supported a charge of maltreatment, even if the subordinate airmen sent similar messages in return.

William Gurney, the former command chief who spent four months in jail before he left the Air Force with a bad conduct discharge for those and other misdeeds, had asked the appeals court to reconsider the charge.

MGSC to join National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics

MGSC to join National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics

Middle Georgia State College will join the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics this fall.

The NAIA formally extended the invitation Monday, April 14, during its annual convention of member schools. It's a major step for Middle Georgia State, a bachelor's degree-granting institution moving toward university status.

Warner Robins man injured in shooting


A Warner Robins man was shot in the leg after midnight Sunday.

Corey Landry, 22, was standing in the doorway of his home at 214 Orchard Way at about 12:35 a.m. when he was shot, according to a Warner Robins police news release.

Landry was transported to the Medical Center of Central Georgia with injuries that were not life threatening, the news release stated.

Anyone with information is asked to call (478) 302-5380.