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First Peacock Gallery art exhibition of Spring semester opening January 29.

Middle Georgia State University's Peacock Gallery will have their first exhibition of the spring semester "(E)merged Art Exhibition", opening January 29. It will be on display through February 23. Peacock Gallery, located inside Russell Hall on the Cochran campus, is open 8 am-5:30 pm Monday-Thursday, and on Friday from 8 am-noon.

TV raffle, corn hole tournament will benefit student ministry trip to conference.

House of Grace Church's Impact Student Ministry has a pair of fundraisers ongoing.   Both will benefit costs of attending a worship/teaching conference in March.  They are selling raffle tickets for a 49' LG 4K Ultra HD Smart TV for $1 each. There will also be a corn hole tournament February 3 from 10 am-1 pm at the church,  133 Jac Arts Road in Cochran.   Cost is $20 per two-person team with the winning team receiving $100. Registration can be done in advance by going here  or that day from 9-9:45 am.  Drawing for the TV will take place at the tournament, concessions will be available. To purchase raffle tickets or for more information on the tournament, call Scott Allen, (478)919-4792.

Slump continues for BCHS basketball teams.

Slump continues for BCHS basketball teams.

The bad week continued Saturday for Bleckley as they were swept at home by Southwest.  To read more, click here.

You can view pictures of the 2018 Sweetheart Court by going here.

BCHS had bad luck against Dublin.

BCHS had bad luck against Dublin.

It was a tough night for Bleckley basketball as the Lady Royals saw Dublin score five points in the final 23 seconds to win 48-47 and the Royals lose 73-59 though BC had a 16-point second quarter lead.  To read more, click here.

Cochran Masonic Lodge pancake breakfast January 20.

Cochran Masonic Lodge 217 F&AM will hold a pancake breakfast January 20 from 7-10 am at the lodge, 217 Masonic Drive.  Cost is $5 for all you can eat pancakes, sausage, coffee, tea, and orange juice.  Uniformed law enforcement officers and emergency personnel eat in for free.  Proceeds benefit the Joe Lassiter Christmas Fund.

BCHS Ag Teacher, FFA advisor, resigning at end of school year.

The Bleckley Board of Education accepted the resignation of Ag Teacher and FFA sponsor Doyle Floyd, effective June 28, at their monthly meeting Tuesday night.  Floyd was responsible for bringing BCHS its first national champion when the Forestry Team won nationals this past October.

To read more news from the meeting, click here.

BCHS swept at Northeast.

Bleckley dropped a pair of basketball games at Northeast Tuesday night.  The girls lost 49-31, Jahnaria Brown had 13 points.  The boys lost 61-54.  Mekell Farrow had 17 points, Torenio Davis and Nykeem Farrow scored 10 points each.

BCHS plays at Dublin Friday.  Varsity games tip at 6 pm.