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Krispy Kreme to sell coffee-inspired donuts

Krispy Kreme to sell coffee-inspired donuts

(WXIA) -- Coffee and donuts are a great way to start the day -- but what if the two breakfast staples were combined?

Krispy Kreme is now offering two coffee-inspired donuts at participating stores through Sunday, Mar. 30.

Customers can feast on:

Valentine truffles recipe: Chocolate, bacon and peanut butter

Valentine truffles recipe: Chocolate, bacon and peanut butter

 

 

Peanut Butter, Bacon, Chocolate Truffles

 

Ingredients:

6 slices thick-cut bacon

Brigadier General to speak at MGSC Eastman Campus

Brigadier General to speak at MGSC Eastman Campus

Middle Georgia State College will ceberlate Black History month wiith a variety of activities.  They include comedian Preacher Moss appearing at Walker Hall Auditorium on the Cochran campus February 4 at 8 pm.  A news release states Moss is a writer for the Damon Waynans show and Saturday Night Live. 

The movie Crash will be show in the math auditorium of the Macon campus on February 10 at 7 pm. 

Brig. General Cederic D. George, Commander of the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex at Robins AFB will speak in the City of Eastman Room of the Eastman Campus on February 26 at 3 p.m.

All events are free and open to the public.  For more information, contact Director of Student Life Dee Lindsey, dee.lindsey@mga.edu

Houston County schools close Tuesday

Houston County schools close Tuesday

Houston County Schools are closed Tuesday for staff and students.

Central Georgia celebrates MLK Day

Central Georgia celebrates MLK Day

Several events are planned in Central Georgia to celebrate the life and legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

Marches are being held in Macon, Warner Robins and Dublin.

Museum of Aviation prepares for road races

Military propaganda websites on verge of extinction

Military propaganda websites on verge of extinction

USA TODAY

WASHINGTON — Barring a reprieve tucked into the upcoming $1 trillion spending bill working its way through Congress, the Pentagon’s worldwide network of propaganda websites is nearing death.

The annual defense authorization bill passed Dec. 19 and signed by President Obama last week calls for the end of the $22 million Trans Regional Web Initiative, a series of websites aimed at providing news to people in areas overseen by various military combatant commands.