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The last night for the lights.

The last night for the lights.

Saturday night was the final time people could visit Greene Acres Farm to see the Tripp Family Christmas Lights. Those who visited got to enjoy the colorful display along with some new things this year.  Read more here.

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Even in a pandemic, it's been a good year for local sports.

Though COVID-19 cancelled spring sports, summer and fall had plenty of good things happening on the fields as well as the cross country courses.  Read more here.

Things were serene, routine, on Christmas Eve.

Things were serene, routine, on Christmas Eve.
 Even with COVID-19 still looming large in the minds of many as well as cold and windy weather, Christmas Eve in Cochran was fairly routine in many ways. Churches such as House of Grace held candlelight services. Many flocked to Dollar General for last-minute items since they were open until 10 pm.

Bad second half dooms Royals at Westside.

Bad second half dooms Royals at Westside.

BCHS trailed just 31-24 at Westside Wednesday afternoon but lost 76-46.  Both teams will be in action December 29 at home against Hawkinsville.  To find out why I missed the second half and may not be covering future BC basketball games in Bibb County, click here.

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Middle Georgia State to close for Christmas.

Middle Georgia State University announced via Twitter campuses would be closed December 24 through January 3.  Offcies will reopen January 4 at 8 am.

Royals can't keep up with Crusaders.

Royals can't keep up with Crusaders.

Trinity Christian's pressing defense and up tempo offense was too much for BCHS in a 69-48 loss Monday night.  Read more here.

Updated listing of Christmas services at local churches.

Click here to view an updated listing of Christmas services including one who cancelled their planned Christmas Eve service due to ongoing COVID issues.