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Mount de Sales Academy Raises Money for Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

Mount de Sales Academy, led by the varsity cheerleading squad, raised over $3,000 in support of breast cancer awareness and research.  Funds were raised through Breast Cancer Awareness item sales and through the support of local businesses pledging “per MDS touchdown.” The check was presented to the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on Friday,Oct. 22, 2010.


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Mount de Sales Academy Students Hear Speaker Vince Dooley

Mount de Sales Academy senior football players, managers and coaches attended the Macon Touchdown Club Nov. 2 meeting to hear guest speaker Vince Dooley.




Mount de Sales Academy Leadership Class Attends "Get Motivated" Seminar

Mount de Sales Academy leadership class members attended a “Get Motivated” program where they heard inspirational messages from General Colin Powell, Lou Holtz, Steve Forbes, General Stanley McChrystal and Rudy Giuliani.


State and Local Races Headed for Nov. 30 Runoff

Voters across the state will head back to the polls Nov. 30 to pick a new judge for the Georgia State Court of Appeals and fill a state Supreme Court seat.


On the same day, several Central Georgia counties will decide runoffs in other races.


In four weeks, Georgia voters will decide between Antoinette Davis and Chris McFadden, the top two finishers in a six-person race for the state appeals court.


And they'll decide whether to replace Supreme Court incumbent David Nahmias with challenger Tammy Lynn Adkins.


These runoff races will also be on the Nov. 30 ballots in various counties:


Bibb, Crawford and Peach counties, Jim Barnes and Howard Simms are competing for a Macon Judicial Circuit Superior Court judge's seat.


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Soldier Helps Macon Woman Burned in House Fire

A Macon woman was taken to a local hospital with second- and third-degree burns after a house fire Tuesday.

Macon-Bibb Fire Department Battalion Chief Stephen Stafford says they received a call around 4:40 p.m. for a fire on Evers Place, off Log Cabin Drive.

Eric Arnold of Macon says his mother, 62-year-old Susan Reich, lives at the home alone.

Stafford says when the fire broke out, Reich was able to get out of the home. He says she went back inside to get her keys so she could move her car. No one else was inside.

Missing Dog

Missing dog off of Edna Place, on Greenbriar Road in the Macon Mall area. Please call 335-6919 if you know anything.

Mount de Sales Academy Students Visit Andersonville National Historic Site

Mount de Sales Academy eighth grade students visited Andersonville National Historic Site where they saw the Andersonville Civil War prison, the National Cemetery and the National Prisoner of War Museum.

At Andersonville, officially known as Camp Sumter, almost 13,000 of the approximately 45,000 Union prisoners held at the prison during the Civil War died because of starvation, malnutrition and disease, according to the National Park Service's website.