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Northside High Wins 1st at State One-Act

Northside High Wins 1st at State One-Act


HOUSTON COUNTY, GA – Northside High School won first place at the State One-Act competition for 1AAAA schools with its performance of How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.  The bid for State was held Nov. 5, 2011, at Veterans High School.  This is Northside High’s sixteenth state championship in the one-act competition since 1978. 

Director and drama teacher Brian Barnett said, “I was overwhelmed by the cast and crew’s performance on Saturday night.  The energy they brought to that stage was just electric.  They truly gave one hundred percent.  I can’t imagine them having done any better, and the judges must have loved it just as much as I did – they all gave us perfect scores.  That’s a first for me.”

Official Warner Robins Trick-Or-Treating Hours

Official Warner Robins Trick-Or-Treating Hours


The City of Warner Robins will be observing Halloween trick or treating hours on Monday, October 31, 2011 from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.

The Warner Robins Police Department is offering free safety lights for children that can be clipped onto clothing.  The light can be set to a flash or a steady stream of light. 


A limited number of lights are available and can be picked up at the Warner Robins Police Department Headquarters located at 800 South Young Avenue.  A picture of the light is attached.  

Weekend Fun: Plenty to Choose From

Weekend Fun: Plenty to Choose From

This weekend...there is lots to do, as usual.

Many festivals and fall festivals and other fun in between:

Keep Warner Robins Beautiful Awards

Keep Warner Robins Beautiful Awards


Home of the Month

The home of Mr. John Stephens was selected by Keep Warner Robins Beautiful (KWRB) to receive the Home of the Month Award.  Pictured presenting the award is Francis Wilson (KWRB).  Also pictured (LtoR) are David Carr, Jack Steed, Susan Green and Terry Duernberger (all KWRB).

Business of the Month

WRHS Wins Band Award

WRHS Wins Band Award


Houston County band programs were well represented this past weekend at the Sound of Silver Invitational Band Competition. 

That's according to a Houston County Board of Education news release.

On Saturday, Warner Robins High and Perry High claimed the top two positions out of 20+ bands from middle and South Georgia.

According to Perry Primary Principal Elgin Mayfield, “I can tell you as a former band director how difficult it is to win ANY marching competition.  It is unreal for one system to have the top two spots in any contest weekend, let alone at the same competition!  We are fortunate to have such talented and hard working band directors in our county!” 

You Don't Have to Wonder What to Do This Weekend

You Don't Have to Wonder What to Do This Weekend


Lots of fun, and hauntful events going on this weekend.


Check it out:




Friday Fest, Gospel Fest in Downtown Macon at Third St. Park

Tennille BBQ Blast in Downtown Tennille

Haunted Trail at Peach County Fire Department, Station 1

Halls of Havoc in Lizella

The Perry Haunted Barn

Rock the Race at the Hummingbird in Downtown Macon

The Shadow Behind the Flame: The Anjette Lyles Story at Macon Little Theatre

Lake Joy Trail of Terrors in Warner Robins

Georgia National Fair in Perry




Susan G. Komen Central Georgia Race for the Cure at Central City Park in Macon

Friends of the Library Book Sale at the Cochran-Bleckley Library

Tennille BBQ Blast

Monroe County Hospital Relay for Life Yard Sale, 7 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Wear Pink Day: Send Us Photos!

Wear Pink Day: Send Us Photos!

Are you wearing pink today for Breast Cancer Awareness Month?

We want proof! Send us your photos to whereyoulive@13wmaz.com