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Royals Keep Subregion Title Hopes Alive with Win at Dublin

Royals Keep Subregion Title Hopes Alive with Win at Dublin

Dylan Churchwell had two hits including an RBI single and pitched his first complete game of the season as Bleckely kept hold to second place in 3B-AA with a 3-1 win at Dublin Tuesday.  Churchwell went 2 from 4 at the plate and gave up one run, five hits, and one walk over seven innings.  Frankie Lee Mullis went 1 for 2 with a sac fly.

With two games left in the regular season, both BCHS and Dodge have 5-2 subregion records thanks to East Lauren's 9-5 win versus the Indians Tuesday.  Dodge has the tiebreaker over Bleckley due to head to head.   The Falcons are currently 3-4 in 3B-AA.  The Royals host ELHS Friday for senior night.  JV play at 4 p.m. with varsity to follow.  Senior night activities will take place between games.

Dodge Deputy to Lead Task Force

Dodge Deputy to Lead Task Force

Captain Tony Winborn of the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office has been named as the Assistant Area Coordinator for the South Central Traffic Enforcement Network (SCTEN) of the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS).

The South Central Network covers forty-five (45) different law enforcement agencies in twelve (12) Middle Georgia Counties including Dodge, Bleckley, Telfair, Wheeler, Montgomery, Laurens, Emanuel, Johnson, Treutlen, Toombs, Washington, and Wilkinson Counties.

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Bleckley Primary Students Named Young Authors

Bleckley Primary Students Named Young Authors

James Carieny, 6, a kindergarten student at Bleckley County Primary School, said that he likes to write about “everything.”

Mishayla Brown, 8, a second grade student at BCPS, said that she loves to “write and make ideas about stuff, and make books.”

Joshua Gilbert, 7, a first grade student at BCPS, said that he “likes to write and draw, and I make notebook books.”

Hawkinsville Marine Tony Mullis Running Again

One year ago Friday, a Hawkinsville Marine set out on a mission to clear explosives in a northern Afghan town.

He left that day filled with the pride of just becoming a father. His son was born the night before.

Mullis would not come back from that mission the same man. He did make it to the only place he ever wants to be, and that's home.

The Hawkinsville High school stadium brings back many memories for Tony and Jeannie Mullis. It is where they met, and where they want their son, who turned a year old Thursday, to go to school.

Father and son are inseparable now, but Tony heard Cason's first cries over a satellite phone, while he was in Afghanistan.

Mullis said, "It was sad, because I wasn't there, but I was happy because I have son."

7th Annual Rescue Day to Feature Fun for Families and Pets

7th Annual Rescue Day to Feature Fun for Families and Pets


Fifteen animal rescue groups from around the Middle Georgia area are gathering together April 21 for the Seventh Annual Rescue Day at Tractor Supply Company in Byron, a Save a Pet news release says.

Along with the rescue groups, others are joining them to help get pets adopted, keeping your pet health and well trained, and sharing fun activities to do with your dog.

Along with pet adoptions, there will be a vaccination clinic, children’s fun dog show, pony rides, dog training demonstrations, dog cart demonstrations and rides and information about involved in pet therapy.

Find Out Where You Can Go Easter Egg Hunting

Find Out Where You Can Go Easter Egg Hunting

April 7, 1-3pm: Warner Robins Easter Extravaganza - Everyone is invited to the Easter Extravaganza on Saturday, April 7 hosted by Agape Outreach Ministries. That's at Fountain Park from 1-3 p.m. in Warner Robins! Each year Agape hosts an Easter event for the entire community.

April 7, 11am - 1pm: Byron Baptist Church Egg Hunt - Community members can head over to an egg hunt in Byron at Byron Baptist Church on Saturday, April 7. The egg hunt is from 11-1. The egg hunt also features bouncy activities, snow cones, pizza and cotton candy.

April 7 Centerpoint Church Egg Hunt - Saturday event is at North Peach Park in Byron @ 2:30pm
-Egg Hunt w/ over 1,500 eggs
-Bring a picnic food item to share
-Playground & Shaded Pavilion

Community Music Performance Features Music Therapy Students

Community Music Performance Features Music Therapy Students

Music in Motion, the Harmonettes Handbell Choir, the Jungle Royales, Circular Motion and Good Vibrations are five of the groups that, with the help of the Music Therapy students of Georgia College and State University, will perform original songs such as “Giddy-up Gangsta” and “Head for the Mountains” in a free concert.

That's according to a Creative Expression Studio news release.

A special solo piano performance by Shawn Greene, organizer of the local 5K Greene Mile Race will also be a highlight of the evening.

"All About Us" is a musical concert featuring original songs written by performers with disabilities from the Life Enrichment Center and the music therapy students at Georgia College & State University. 


The event will be held on Thursday, April 19th at 10 a.m. at the Goldstein Center on the Georgia Military College campus.