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Warner Robins Home Damaged In Blaze

Houston Co. Fire Department says they responded to a blaze at an East Warner Robins home on Sunday afternoon. 

Dispatch says the fire happened at 417 Curtis St. That's near Hawkinsville Road.

They say they received the call just before 3:30 p.m.

Dispatch says everyone in the home got out safely and says there were no injuries.

They say the home was fully engulfed in flames.


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Bonaire Middle School Student Honored at National Fair

Bonaire Middle School student Camden Wing competed in the National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Agriscience Fair held Oct. 20-23, 2010, in Indianapolis, Ind. 

Wing was awarded a silver pin in honor of her project titled “Fly Ash Spill.”

Wing’s success at the state level qualified her to compete at national.  All 580 participants were honored with a gold, silver or bronze pin which was presented during an Agriscience Awards program held at the National FFA Convention.

The agriscience fair program was sponsored by Cargill and Syngenta as a special project of the National FFA Foundation.  Cash awards were given to the top three winners in each category and division.  

A Day to Honor Veterans

Today, Central Georgians pause to honor America's veterans.

Veterans Day events are scheduled all around the area -- many at 11 a.m., the time when World War I ended in 1918

Here is a look at some of the local events.

   In Macon, a memorial will be dedicated in honor of all former and current members of the Macon Volunteers, which include the fallen Soldiers of the 48th Infantry Brigade, during ceremonies at the Macon Memorial Park Cemetery, 3969 Mercer University Drive at 11 a.m.

   Fort Hawkins' event begins at 4 p.m. It includes an official U.S. Flag Retirement Ceremony with 15 patriotic and veteran's groups, including the Northeast High School JROTC honor guard and cadets.

The annual Linwood Cemetery Veterans Day service begin at 11 a.m. The guest speaker is Lt. Col. Sabrina E. Norwood of Tampa, Fla.

Feed the City

To make a donation visit: www.feedthecity.net
New Hope International Church aims to have a meal for every family at Thanksgiving.

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1st Annual Perry Auto Fest and Swap Meet

On Friday and Saturday, Nov. 12 and 13, the Perry Auto Fest and Swap Meet will be held at the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter. Vendor gates open at 7 a.m. Spectator gates open at 8 a.m. Admission is $5 each day, and children 12 years and under are free.

Antique parts, collectables, tools, cars and trucks will be for sale.

Spectators can enter at the fairgrounds' West Gate.

15 Women Now Allege 'Abandonment' by Warner Robins Obstetrician

Warner Robins attorney Kelly Burke says 15 women now allege that a Warner Robins obstetrician abandoned them when they went into labor.

When Burke originally filed a complaint against Dr. Paul Harnetty with the Georgia Medical Composite Board in October, there were two women.

Both of them said Harnetty cared for them during their entire pregnancy, but did not tell them until their delivery date or late in the pregnancy, that he could not deliver their babies. That's because Macon and Houston County hospitals say Dr. Harnetty does not have privileges to practice there.

Robins Air Force Base Hosts Pancake Flip

Thursday is Veterans Day, but officials from Warner Robins and Robins Air Force Base honored the troops a day early on Wednesday at the 2nd annual Pancake Flip.

Mayor Chuck Shaheen was amongst the officials who honed their flapjack flipping skills while cooking up the hotcakes and then tossing them to dozens of children waiting with over-sized plates.

Installation Commander Col. Carl Buhler says they cooked up the equivalent of 6,000 pancakes Wednesday.

But the event wasn't all about fun and batter--it was also about honoring those who serve. 

"We wanted this to tie in to the Veterans Day weekend," says Buhler.

Buhler says the Pancake Flip is a long-standing Air Force tradition that started about 60 years ago.