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Flint Energies opens new headquarters facilities in Taylor County

Flint Energies opens new headquarters facilities in Taylor County

REYNOLDS/WARNER ROBINS/UPATOI/PERRY – In a process that began in 2003, the Flint Energies Board of Directors is taking the next step toward building a new headquarters  in Reynolds to better serve its members.

“Flint’s commitment to rural and middle Georgia goes all the way back to 1937,” said Chief Executive Officer Bob Ray. “We affirm that commitment by building facilities for the next generations of cooperative members.”  Furthermore, Flint continues a commitment to the community where it all began as “Taylor County EMC”.  The City of Reynolds stands as the geographic center of the co-op’s service territory that stretches from the Museum of Robins Air Force Base through the electric system at Fort Benning Army Post.

Robins Federal continues sponsorship of Independence Day Celebration

Robins Federal continues sponsorship of Independence Day Celebration

Warner Robins, GA — Robins Federal Credit Union recently renewed its sponsorship of the Annual Independence Day Celebration in Warner Robins. Robins Federal Credit Union presented the Downtown Development Authority with a sponsorship check for $10,000.00. 

This year’s celebration will take place at McConnell-Talbert Stadium on July 3rd and will include a performance by American rock band 38 Special. This performance will be followed by a fireworks show.

Robins Federal Credit Union has sponsored the Independence Day event since 2002.

Robins Federal Credit Union is a local non-profit financial cooperative with nineteen branches in central Georgia. Robins Federal currently provides financial services to over 155,000 members, with assets exceeding $1.9 billion. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in the 16 counties Robins Federal serves.

BMS wins state for FFA Junior Poultry Judging

BMS wins state for FFA Junior Poultry Judging

HOUSTON COUNTY, GA – The Bonaire Middle School FFA Poultry Judging Team won first place at the State FFA Junior Poultry Judging Career Development Event (CDE) held in Athens, Ga. the end of March.  Bonaire’s team consists of (pictured, from left):  Ryan McDuffie, Paetan Kimball, Jake Bourke and Sydney Smith.  Cheralyn Keily serves as their agricultural teacher and FFA advisor. 

Bonaire Middle placed first out of 12 teams - seven from middle schools and five ninth-grade high school teams.  Forty-seven students competed at State.  Ryan won third high individual, Jake was eighth and Paetan won fifteenth.  Bonaire’s team placed at the Area III CDE to qualify for State.  At the Area competition, Jake won second high individual, Ryan won fourth and Paetan placed tenth. 

Warner Robins Police: Thanks Troop 566!

Warner Robins Police: Thanks Troop 566!

A special thanks to Troop 566 for building the new corral at Warner Robins Animal Control for the slightly larger animals the facility gets from time to time.

Their hard work is appreciated!

Job opening in Warner Robins

Job opening in Warner Robins

Each Thursday, a Georgia Department of Labor representative joins 13WMAZ toshare several open jobs in the Central Georgia area.

You can watch this on 13WMAZ-TV on Thursday mornings and again at 5 p.m.

Officer Morgan Recognized By Knights of Columbus

Officer Morgan Recognized By Knights of Columbus

WRPD Officer of the Year 2013 Kristen Morgan was recognized at the Knight's of Columbus event on Saturday, May 3rd.

Pictured with her are her supervisors - Sergeant Eddie Wilcox and Captain Bryan Stewart.

Congratulations on this well deserved recognition!