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Baldwin County closed Thursday

Bleckley County closed Thursday

Dublin City Schools closed Thursday.

Houston County closed Thursday

Ice storm brings power outages

Ice storm brings power outages

Georgia utility companies say more than 177,000 customers were without power as ice coated trees brought branches and power lines down.

Georgia Power reported that more than 104,000 customers were without power shortly before 11 a.m. Wednesday.

More than 71,000 of them were in metro Atlanta. Another 29,000 customers were in eastern Georgia; and 1,340 were without power in parts of west Georgia.

Ice storm brings power outages

Ice storm brings power outages

Georgia utility companies say more than 177,000 customers were without power as ice coated trees brought branches and power lines down.

Georgia Power reported that more than 104,000 customers were without power shortly before 11 a.m. Wednesday.

More than 71,000 of them were in metro Atlanta. Another 29,000 customers were in eastern Georgia; and 1,340 were without power in parts of west Georgia.

48th Brigade prepares for icy weather

48th Brigade prepares for icy weather

With Georgia under a state of emergency due to the icy weather forecasted this week, the Macon-based 48th Brigade is making preparations to help out.

Middle Georgia State College campuses to delay opening Wednesday

Middle Georgia State College campuses to delay opening Wednesday

Middle Georgia State College announced that due to freezing percipitation in some parts of the area Wednesday morning, all campuses will be closed until noon. 

Normal schedules will take place Tuesday evening. 

Faculty, saff, and students should not report until noon.  A release states that the weather will be monitored and that if no other announcements are made, classes and normal operations will resume at noon.

Getting Your Kids' Papers Under Control: Landing Zone

Getting Your Kids' Papers Under Control: Landing Zone

Have a landing place for your kids' book bags and papers. A hook and an envelope or a bin can be a simple solution. Work with your kids to remember that this is where their book bags lives once homework is done and you’ll have to train them to put their papers and agendas in the bin. Teaching them responsibility for their belongings at an early age (and later ones too!) will be a great service to your children. You can even work their kids storage area into your family command center

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Cut Down on The Junk Mail

Cut Down on The Junk Mail

 One kind of clutter that we all have is paper. It constantly flows into the house from the mail, flyers you pick up at a fair, papers from school and work papers that have migrated home.

 

Wouldn’t you like to figure out a way to cut back on the amount of paper that you get on a daily basis? I know I would.  Here are a few thing you can do to reduce the amount of junk mail that you receive.*