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Program Your Weather Radio for Your County

You can customize your weather radio to receive alerts specific to your county.

The code for Dodge County is: 013091.

WMAZ has teamed up with Kroger to make NOAA weather radios available for $29.99. 

You can purchase a NOAA weather radio in customer service. These radios give you the ability to pick up severe weather watches and warnings for your counties or numerous counties in the area. Each county has a SAME code, which needs to be programmed into your radio. 

 

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Program Your Weather Radio for Your County

You can customize your weather radio to receive alerts specific to your county.

The code for Pulaski County is: 013235.

WMAZ has teamed up with Kroger to make NOAA weather radios available for $29.99. 

You can purchase a NOAA weather radio in customer service. These radios give you the ability to pick up severe weather watches and warnings for your counties or numerous counties in the area. Each county has a SAME code, which needs to be programmed into your radio. 

 

Program Your Weather Radio for Your County

You can customize your weather radio to receive alerts specific to your county.

The code for Bleckley county is: 013023

WMAZ has teamed up with Kroger to make NOAA weather radios available for $29.99.

 

Annual United Way Meeting Scheduled

The Annual United Way meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 12.

The meeting and dinner will take place in Pine Forest Methodist Church's Fellowship Hall.

Dinner begins at 7 p.m.

RSVP by May 9, 2011 to Executive Director John Draper at 478-274-9769 or e-mail hguw@bellsouth.net

Heart of Georgia United Way serves Dodge, Johnson, Treutlen, Telfair, and Laurens Counties.

Pine Forest Methodist Church is located at 400 Woods Ave. in Dublin.

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Leadership Dodge Focuses on Local Industry

Leadership Dodge Focuses on Local Industry

On Tuesday, April 19, 2011, Leadership Dodge attended its session focused on local industry.  Betsy Poleschuk, unit supervisor with the Georgia Department of Labor, detailed roles of the various departments of the Georgia Department of Labor. She discussed the new Labor Commissioner, Mark Butler, and his goals for the department in the future.  Ms. Poleschuk presented the class with current unemployment statistics for Dodge and the neighboring counties.

Cindy Alligood, Project Development Specialist with OneGeorgia Authority, outlined the primary goal of OneGeorgia Authority: to promote and stimulate economic strength in rural Georgia through a variety of grants, loans, training workshops and conferences, and projects.  Ms. Alligood detailed the numerous projects funded through OneGeorgia using initiatives and programs such as Air Georgia, EDGE, and Entrepreneur/Small Business.

Perlis Investments, LLC Joins Eastman-Dodge County Chamber of Commerce

Perlis Investments, LLC Joins Eastman-Dodge County Chamber of Commerce

On Thursday, April 21, 2011, the Eastman-Dodge County Chamber of Commerce presented a membership plaque to Frank Forth of Perlis Investments, LLC, who operates the Dodge Plaza shopping center.

“We welcome Perlis Investments LLC, and appreciate their continued dedication to and investment in Dodge County,” stated Eastman-Dodge County Area Chamber of Commerce Chairman Phil Bearden.

Dodge Plaza is located on College Street, and will become the new home of Resell Therapy.

Pictured: Carla Jessup, Martin Kehayes, Jennifer Greer, Dr. Billy Yarbrough, Dusty Pruett, Butch Kirkley, Phil Bearden, Judy Hemphill Madden, Frank Forth, Johnny McMoy, Joey Marchant, Audrey Hurd, Pat Stuckey, Kelly Bowen, Shelly Berryhill, and Mike Harrell.

Bleckley Unable to Hold onto Late Lead in Deciding 3-AA Playoff Game

Bleckley Unable to Hold onto Late Lead in Deciding 3-AA Playoff Game

"Just one more out!" Coaches and fans have shouted those words millions of times as a way of encouraging their team to get out of a bad situation.  Monday in Brooklet, Bleckley needed one more out to win their best of three series versus Southeast Bulloch and return to the state playoffs for the first time in two years.  That one out wouldn't come soon enough.

The Royals won the coin toss making them home team.  Up 4-2 going into the bottom of the fourth, two runs scored with two outs gave BC their first four-run lead.  Though the Jackets cut it to 6-4 in the top of the fifth, small ball helped BC answer.  A Dylan Churchwell RBI groundout in the fifth, and a Bryant Trice sac fly in the sixth, each coming with the bases loaded, made it 8-4.