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WCBI NEWS at Ten - Sunday, September 29th, 2019

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WCBI NEWS at Ten - Sunday, September 29th, 2019
WCBI NEWS at Ten - Sunday, September 29th, 2019

We begin tonight with startling images of a fire in calhoun county.

Good evening and thank you for joining us, i'm cash matlock.

The sabougla volunteer fire department posted these images on their facebook earlier with a caption that reads as follows... "our hearts are heavy that we were called to respond to a fire at paisley's, but we are extremely grateful for the efforts of every department we responded alongside of.

Our gratitude goes out to calhoun city, derma, big greek, clear springs, and grenada fire departments."

Several wooden buildings on main street in the town of big creek burned including paisley's steak house.

Sabougla fire chief jess moore says the fire started sunday morning around 2 am.

These photos were taken by photographer renee wofford .

A late night car fire causes traffic on hwy 82 in lowndes county.

The driver was heading east, that's when he says his vehicle started making weird noises and his car became fully engulfed in flames.

Lowndes county district 4 and 5 fire departments responded to the scene.

There are no reports of injuries or of what caused the fire.

The annual columbus pilgrimage is right around the corner... but this year there may be some noticeable changes... our tyler hull has more on the story... the spring pilgrimage is one of columbus' oldest traditions, but if a group of home owners has its way there could be new leadership for the nearly 80 year old event.

Currently the spring tour of some of the city's oldest homes is organized and run by the columbus cultural heritage foundation and the convention and visitors bureau.

Several homeowners are now coming together to form a new group,the preservation society of columbus.

Members would like to see a shift in the event's focus..

"well we're going back to it's original founding which was by the owners of the homes and that's how the pilgrimage got started back in 1940.

It's been going on since then, and all we're doing is know that the homeowners have the biggest stake in this because the homeowners have to make their homes available" preservation society president, dick leike, says that they feel the owners can tell the story of these homes better... "we think that we can do a better job of getting the history and everything out to the public since we own these homes.

We keep them up, we maintain them, we take care of them, we open them up, we know the history on them, and that's one reason why we feel that we need to go back the way the original founding was where we're not tied up with a lot of other things, but can concentrate on pilgrimage."

Leike says that there are no hard feelings... "this isn't a thing that is against the cvb or against anything else.

It's just the homeowners thinking that they can do a very good job by concentrating on this part of the history and the houses that they have and so forth.that way we know how to convey what happened in these properties" we reached out to the executive director of the cvb and cchf nancy carpenter.

But she said she could not comment until after the board has studied the preservation society's proposal.

Tyler hull wcbi news.

The board meets on the 3rd monday of every month.

First look abnormally dry and hot weather will continue for the end of september and first week of october.

Burn bans are in place for some areas as most of us haven't seen measurable rainfall in over a month.

Temperatures could be closer to average by next weekend as a cold front looks to pass through the area.

Sunday night: temperatures will be fairly mild overnight with lows only around 70.

Skies will remain mostly clear with a light southeasterly wind.

Monday-wednesday: we're going to continue feeling more like mid-july as we start the week with highs staying in the mid 90s.

Heat index values will be near 100?, so drink plenty of water and stay in columbus air force base turns a new age in style... on saturday, airmen and guests gathered in the trotter convention center to celebrate the air force's 72nd birthday and 50 years of modern pilot training.

Retired general lloyd w.

"fig" newton, who last served at randolph air force base as commander of headquarters air education and training command was the guest speaker.

" i think the future is very vey bright not only for us as a country and for our air force, but i think the future is bright for columbus air force base as well.

They're doing terrific work out there, there's a great pilot training system that is engaged there and so i'm just very very pleased."

Over 300 airmen and guests were in attendance for the birthday ball.

Today is a special day for caffeine lovers all over the country.

It's national coffee day, and if you're anything like me... you've probably already celebrated a ?few?

Times today.

Earlier this afternoon i paid a visit to the folks at south bound coffee co.

In columbus and learned all about the complex process of making one the world's most popular beverages.

Take a look... the beans and cream coffee shop in columbus is a unique one.

It's home to south bound coffee company, one of three shops in the golden triangle that roast their own coffee beans.

"so we put our green coffee in the top.

It comes to us in seed form from the farmers.

It's actually the pit of a cherry.

It comes to us in that green form after it's been processed.

We put it in the top of the roaster, then as we pull that lever, it drops down into the roaster and it cooks over a period of time."

Josiah andrews is the head roaster.

He's been in the coffee making business for about 5 years now, but he's been roasting his own beans for about two years.

"the fact that we roast all of our own coffee lets us bridge the gap between the process of growing coffee and the thought, the intent, and the labor of the farmers gets to come through our hands, so we get to do our due diligence to bring what they put all their time and effort into the coffee to try to highlight and bring that out.

Not cook it so dark that it's not highlighted anymore.

We keep it in that range where we highlight the natural flavors."

And a lot goes into making those natural flavors... in fact, andrews says coffee flavors vary depending on where the beans are grown, and what time of year they are harvested.

"if you have a guji coffee coming from ethiopia that's going to harvest at a certain time of year, and it's probably going to be a slightly different time than a geisha coffee coming from columbia or a cajamarca in peru and different things."

Fields ferguson has worked with south bound coffee for almost a year now.

He says there's a conscience effort to change the "coffee culture."

"in the coffee industry, there's a term called 'third wave,' and it's this specialty coffee era, basically.

Meaning that, instead of just giving you a quick and easy caffeine fix, we want to prepare you a cup that is high quality.

It's f the best ingredients, and you get to taste the specific elements of coffee."

Ferguson says making coffee is more than a job... "this is an art form.

If you wanted to be very superficial, you could say the way you poor milk into the cup and make a flower or a heart or a tulip or whatever it is... thats definitely art, but also the fact that we are caring about the bean from the day it's imported to us, or the day it's actually farmed, to the day it's imported, to how we roast it, and then also how we serve it."

"out heart is to educate people about coffee.

Some people don't know how much thought and effort these families or collectives or farmers in these countries are going through to make this coffee taste amazing."

South bound coffee is hosting a coffee cupping night at beans and cream in columbus this friday at 6pm for anyone interested in learning more about the coffee making process.

You can rsvp by messaging their instagram accounty @ southboundcoff ee coming up... tips on how to get your kids to spend less time on the phone and more time being productive.

Mom to mom is next.

Stay with us.

Between phones, tablets, laptops, and television, your children probably spends a considerable amount of time looking at a screen.

This week on mom to mom, they have a few solutions that will you lower your child's screen time.

Take a look.

Speaker 1: welcome to mom to mom.

Today, we're talking about how to limit screen time at your home.

Moms, i just want to catch you one on one today, and talk about how i'm controlling screen time in my own home.

The first step in my summer process is my summer rules that i've put together.

Before any technology can be used, these rules have to be checked off.

Have they made their bed?

Have they brushed their teeth?

Have they had breakfast?

The life skills have to be checked off, as well as these alternatives to technology.

Reading, writing, coloring, playing outside.

Anything you see on here has to be checked off before any technology can be used.

And these are customizable, according to what you feel should be checked off.

Once all the checklist has been checked off, we need to implement technology tickets.

The kids get 14 tickets every sunday, and these can be redeemed for 30 minutes of technology time.

When the technology tickets are used up that week, they have to wait until next sunday to get 14 more.

So, there are some rules with these technology tickets that i feel like in my household needed to be implemented, but it really depends on what's going on with your family, and how you feel technology should be used in your home, so, every mom and dad is different.

Moms, check out my mom to mom facebook page, where you can print off templates, and you can fill them in for your own home, as well as, i'd love to hear your ideas on how you're controlling screen time in your home.

Thanks, moms. trevor tosses to break abnormally dry and hot weather will continue for the end of september and first week of october.

Burn bans are in place for some areas as most of us haven't seen measurable rainfall in over a month.

Temperatures could be closer to average by next weekend as a cold front looks to pass through the area.

Sunday night: temperatures will be fairly mild overnight with lows only around 70.

Skies will remain mostly clear with a light southeasterly wind.

Monday-wednesday: we're going to continue feeling more like mid-july as we start the week with highs staying in the mid 90s.

Heat index values will be near 100?, so drink plenty of water and stay in the shade if you can.

Our dry spell will continue with no rain in sight.

Thursday-friday: a weak cold front looks to get close to our area on thursday which could spark an isolated shower or storm.

However, i don't think this will result in any meaningful rainfall with most areas staying dry.

This front also won't help us much in the way of cooler temperatures with highs still in the lower 90s to end the week.

Saturday-sunday: plenty of sunshine and a tad "cooler" for saturday with highs around 90.

Another cold front looks to follow close behind and pass through the area on sunday, which again may cause an isolated shower or storm to pop up.

This front could lower temperatures a bit more, and it looks like highs will be in the 80s for sunday and into early next week.

Abnormally dry and hot weather will continue for the end of september and first week of october.

Burn bans are in place for some areas as most of us haven't seen measurable rainfall in over a month.

Temperatures could be closer to average by next weekend as a cold front looks to pass through the area.

Sunday night: temperatures will be fairly mild overnight with lows only around 70.

Skies will remain mostly clear with a light southeasterly wind.

Monday-wednesday: we're going to continue feeling more like mid-july as we start the week with highs staying in the mid 90s.

Heat index values will be near 100?, so drink plenty of water and stay in the shade if you can.

Our dry spell will continue with no rain in sight.

Thursday-friday: a weak cold front looks to get close to our area on thursday which could spark an isolated alabama's wide receivers give ole miss fits in yesterday's matchup.

More on that next in sports.

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The festival lasts for ten days, it's open to the public, and will be at the trotter for the next two sundays october sixth and 13th ...




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