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A frustrating end to the season.

A frustrating end to the season.

What was a good season for BCHS baseball ended in frustrating fashion as the Royals lost 1-0 to Bremen Tuesday afternoon.  Read more here.

Rescheduled Cochran Cleanup Day set for Saturday.

Cochran Cleanup Day, postponed from April 24, will be held Saturday from 9 am to noon. Volunteers are asked to meet behind the Chamber of Commerce on Third Street at 9 am. Plastic bags, gloves, and masks will be provided to those who wish to assist in picking up trash along different road segments in the city.

Royals win, lose big in split with Bremen.

Royals win, lose big in split with Bremen.

BCHS was on both the good and bad end of run-rule games Monday versus Bremen. They won 10-0 in game one only to lose 14-4 in game two.  Find out how it happened here.

BCHS holding graduation May 22.

Click here to view information about this year's ceremonies including the valedictorian, as well as where to park that day.

BCMS Theatre Classes spring musical Tuesday.

Bleckley County Middle School theatre classes will perform their spring musical "Disco Knights" May 11 at 6 pm in the high school auditorium. Admission is $3 for adults, $1 for students ages 4 and up. Masks are required for all audience members.

School bus struck by BB Friday afternoon.

A Bleckley County school bus with children on boars was struck by a BB Friday afternoon, shattering glass. According to a post on the district website, there were no serious injuries. One student was treated for minor lacerations by EMT's then released to parents. Anyone with information is asked to call the Bleckley County Sheriff's Office at (478)934-4545.

Cochran Masons pancake breakfast returning tomorrow.

Cochran Masonic Lodge #217 will host their first pancake breakfast in over a year tomorrow from 7-10 am at the lodge, 217 Masonic Drive.  Cost is $5 for all you can eat pancakes, sausage, with coffee, tea, or orange juice to drink.  Uniformed law enforcement and children eat for free.  Proceeds will benefit the Joe Lassiter Secret Santa Fund.