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Spring Fling Day 20: Jewelry

Spring Fling Day 20: Jewelry

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

 

I know you love your sparkly baubles but today I’d like you to go through your jewelry. It’s time to fling those earrings that hurt your ears and the necklace that Great Aunt Alice gave you but you will never, ever wear. Make room for jewelry that you truly love and wear.

 

Now go flinging!  Please come back and tell me how much jewelry you were able to fling today.

 

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St. Jude Dream Home tickets close to selling out


If you want a shot at winning the St. Jude Dream Home, you should not wait any longer to purchase a ticket.

The tickets are likely to sellout this weekend, says Maria Hultine, a St. Jude representative.

There's a limited number of tickets available. Of the 6,500 available for purchase, about 500 were left as of Friday afternoon.

The house in Warner Robins' "The Tiffany" neighborhood will be open Saturday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. for tours.

It will be closed Easter Sunday.

Spring Fling Day 18: Office Supplies

Spring Fling Day 18: Office Supplies

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

 

Staples, paper clips and notepads, oh my! Today go through any office supplies you might have in your house or your office. Do you have more paper clips that one human could ever use? Is the junk drawer overflowing with pens, half of which don’t work? Purge what you truly don’t need or won’t use in the foreseeable future.  Consider donating your overflow to local schools or churches or other nonprofits.

 

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

 

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Houston co. man sentenced for child molestation


A Houston County man convicted of molesting three young girls was sentenced to 25 years in prison without the possibility of parole and life on probation Friday.

Tevin Carroll was convicted of three counts of aggravated child molestation on April 11th after a three-day trial, according to a news release from District Attorney George Hartwig.

Carroll must register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. He is also not allowed to have contact with the victims.

Prosecutor Mark Anthony said the victims were 7, 5 and 4 year-old girls. He would not comment on Carroll's connection to the girls.

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Spring Fling Day 17 - Regrets

Spring Fling Day 17 - Regrets

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

 

Today I want you to take a page from Elsa of ‘Frozen’ and let it go! Let go of regrets for tasks you haven’t completed. Let go of regrets for not accomplishing something you’ve wanted to do. Let go of regrets that lead to negative self talk (like ‘I’m not worth it’ or ‘I’m so stupid, Why did I do that?’).  I want you to let those thoughts go and concentrate on what’s great in your life and all the possibilities of the future. Don’t live in the past.

 

Now go fling those regrets!!

 

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5th MOB earns Air Force Meritorius Unit Award

5th MOB earns Air Force Meritorius Unit Award

ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – The 5th Combat Communications Group has received its second Air Force Meritorious Unit Award.  The 5th CCG, also known as the 5th "MOB," has won numerous unit awards, but the Meritorious Unit Award is unique because it specifically honors service in direct support of combat operations.

Created by the Secretary of the Air Force in 2004, the Meritorious Unit Award recognizes units for service either in a combat zone or directly in support of combat operations.

The award is given to units that display "outstanding devotion and superior performance of exceptionally difficult tasks as to set it apart and above other units with similar missions." 

The award recognized the 5th MOB's efforts from 5 Oct 2011 to 4 Oct 2013.  During this period, the MOB logged over 32,000 deployed man-days across 27 sites in 14 nations.

A look inside a 911 dispatch center


Each year, during the second week in April, we take time to honor the men and women who serve as 911 dispatchers. They're the first ones you call in an emergency and 13WMAZ's Jennifer Moulliet went to Houston County to get a glimpse at how they respond to your calls.