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Story Time at the Library October 16.

Story Time at the Tessie W. Norris/Cochran Bleckley Library will be October 16 at 10 am.  Presented by the Bleckley County Retired Educators, reader will be Sharon Williams.

Lady Royals answer early challenge to advance in playoffs.

Lady Royals answer early challenge to advance in playoffs.

BCHS was down 3-0 after a half inning but came back with four runs. They would hold Thomasville scoreless until the seventh in winning 5-4 and advancing to round two of state.  Click here for more.

A tale of two games in split with Thomasville.

A tale of two games in split with Thomasville.
Following a dominant 11-3 game one win against Thomasville in their playoff opener Tuesday afternoon, BCHS found themselves down 7-2 before trying to rally. They would tie the score 8-8, but failed to capitalize on multiple scoring opportunities in losing 9-8.  Click here for more. 

Promise of Hope men's facility holding fall canned food drive.

Promise of Hope is holding a canned food drive for their men's facility in Cochran.  Donations of canned and non-perishable food items are needed for the residents.  Call (478)934-0774 for drop-off info or to schedule a pickup.

Chamber of Commerce inviting Hometown Heroes to breakfast October 11.

The Cochran-Bleckley Chamber of Commerce will hold their annual Hometown Heroes breakfast October 11.  All "Hometown Heroes" (IE: law enforcement, fire, EMS personnel) are invited to a drop-in breakfast starting at 7:30 am.  Meal provided by Bethany Baptist Church.

Another step forward for BCHS.

Another step forward for BCHS.

The BCHS competition cheerleaders again increased their overall score and continued to improve in execution of their routine at Saturday's Sweet Onion Cheer Classic hosted by Vidalia High School.  Click here for more.

Royals can't catch up to Dublin.

BCHS had 433 yards of offense but gave up numerous big plays on special teams which led to Irish touchdowns in losing 41-32 Friday night.  Click here for more.