February 9, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Tim Bragg to play in "King Kamehameha Baseball Classic"

Tim Bragg, a senior at Jenkins County High School (JCHS) will join the 2005 Georgia baseball team that will travel to Hawaii to play in the "King Kamehameha Baseball Classic. More...

School News

Donuts for Dads held at Jenkins Middle

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JCES academic honors announced for period

Dr. Judy Holton, principal of Jenkins County Elementary School, proudly announces the principal More...

Students of the Month

The Student of the Month program at Jenkins County Elementary School recognizes one student per homeroom each month who maintains good behavior in all school activities, makes an excellent effort to complete all schoolwork and maintains a good attend More...

Memoriam

In Memory

Sid Eugene Lee
Feb. 18, 1970

Now I More...

Mom 2-8-04

The hurt

And all the things we More...

Farm & Home

Ag Line: Cotton Meeting Feb. 17

County Extension Coordinator

The Jenkins County Extension Service will conduct the annual educational meeting for cotton producers on Feb. 17, at noon in the Jenkins County Ag Center. More...

Engagements

Haywood to marry

Wiggins, May 25

Dr. and Mrs. Van B. Haywood of North Augusta, S.C., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Lisa Angelyn Haywood, to Clinton Lewis Wiggins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kenneth Wiggins of Millen. More...

Two charged in drug bust

The Tuesday, Feb. 1, search of a Highway 17 South residence by agents of the East Central Georgia Drug Task Force and Jenkins County Sheriff More...

Herndon Bridge update is given

The Jenkins County Commissioners learned during their Tuesday, Feb. 1, meeting that the repairs to Herndon Bridge over the Ogeechee River would cost an additional $20,000 - $25,000 above the originally estimated $38,000. More...

Dr. Kirk Rawl to see patients at JCH

Jenkins County Hospital (JCH) announced last week that Kirk Rawl, MD, a surgeon with Southern Surgical of Statesboro, would be seeing patients in Millen on Wednesdays. More...

Eggs and Issues Feb. 19

The annual "Eggs and Issues" legislative breakfast will be held 8 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 19, at the Millen Community House. Tickets are $5 each and are available at the Jenkins County Chamber of Commerce office. More...

Other Jenkins News

Jenkins Eagles lose to Emanuel County

Tuesday night, Feb. 1, the Jenkins County High School Eagles lost the basketball game to Emanuel County Institute (ECI) after it was called by the officials. More...

Hodges-Hite completes 100th

Twenty-two years after running her first 26.2-mile race, Joyce Hodges-Hite completed her 100th marathon Saturday, Feb. 5, at the Tybee Marathon. More...

Correction

Due to incorrect information furnished The Millen News, the names of "first semester" honor roll students at Jenkins County Elementary School were listed as "second 9-weeks" honor roll students in last week More...

ChatterBox

The Chatter Box

We have new computers at the news office this Monday morning, and, as with anything new, it seems a little awkward. More...

Church News

Church News

Community Worship Center

Community Worship Center, 417 Virginia Ave., will host Charlie and Linda Beatenbo 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 20. More...

Datebook

Datebook

Talent Show

A talent show/contest showcasing local talent will be held 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, at the Civic Center Theater on Cotton Avenue. The event is part of the "Centennial Celebration" activities planned throughout the year. More...

Weddings

Miss Lovett marries Mr. Washburn

Miss Leslie Dales Lovett and Dallas Grant Washburn were married Saturday, Sept. 25, 2004 in Savannah. The noon wedding was officiated by the Rev. Jerry V. Crook in Pulaski Square. More...

Obituaries

Ellie Winslow of Thompson dies Friday, Jan. 28, at 76 years of age

Ellie Mae "Hannah" Lane Gunby Winslow, 76, passed away Friday, Jan. 28, 2005. More...

Jenkins native Ruth Gregory dies Tuesday, Jan. 25 in Waynesboro

Ruth Merle Holton Gregory died Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2005 in Waynesboro. More...

Columns

Bill Shipp

TRUTH IN LEGISLATION

Rep. Ben D. "Benny" Bridges Sr., R-Cleveland, has introduced history-making legislation to require Georgia schoolteachers to include "facts only" in their science classes and omit all theories. More...