June 22, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Centennial Agriculture Day is this Saturday

Agriculture has always played an important role in the economic stability of Jenkins County, and from 10 a.m. More...

School News

Honor’s Night held at Jenkins County Elementary

Jenkins County Elementary School (JCES) held its annual Honor More...

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JCMS students graduate Jenkins County Middle School (JCMS) held graduation exercises Friday, May 27 at the Jenkins County High School gym to a full-capacity crowd. More...

Dailey, Hillis attend Rotary Leadership Conference

Sixty seven students attended this year More...

Editorials

Bill Shipp

POTENCY PILLS, LOTTERY LOSERS & MANSION MAKEOVER

Gov. Sonny Perdue may have struck gold in his search for at least one resonant re-election campaign issue. The governor vows to protect taxpayers from having to buy lifestyle drugs for welfare recipients. More...

Church News

Church News

True Born Church

True Born Church of Christ Deliverance Center will have a service to honor State Mother Lannie Mae Bailey 6:30 p.m. Sunday, June 26. More...

Recipes

Recipe Notes

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Plan ahead: cook once, eat twice

Do you sometimes feel like a juggler at the circus as you hurry to get dinner ready? Preparing a meal can be like keeping several balls in the air as you bustle back and forth from task to task: Wash! Chop! Mix! Cook! Stir! Boil! More...

‘Landfill Bus Tour’ to visit here June 25

Citizens from Taliaferro and Candler counties who have been working to protect their communities from large commercial landfills will be visiting Millen 1-2 p.m. Saturday, June 25. More...

Millen News wins GPA awards at Sawgrass

The Millen News was the recipient of two awards at the Georgia Press Association More...

MFD hosts Poker Run Saturday

The streets of north Jenkins County will be filled with poker-playing motorcyclists on Saturday, June 25, as the Millen Fire Department hosts its first "Poker Run." More...

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Water tower transformed The lot upon which the old water tower is located on the west end of Cotton Avenue has been transformed into a beautiful streetscape and park with the addition of trees, flowers, concrete walks, water fountain and seating. More...

Other Jenkins News

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Mark Taylor supporters gather On Tuesday, June 7, Charles Brannen of Brannen and Sons Inc. hosted a campaign fund-raiser for Lt. Governor Mark Taylor, who will be running for governor in 2006. More...

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Rotary golf wins tourney A Millen Rotary Club team was the recent winner of the annual Rotary Golf Tournament held in Swainsboro. Team members are, from left, John Jackson, Troy Gay, Eddie Shelton and Kirk Rocker. (Staff photo by Deborah Bennett) More...

Anna Crowe named to VSU dean’s list

Anna Ruth Crowe of Millen has been named to the dean More...

ChatterBox

The Chatter Box

During a recent fish fry at my house, a topic of discussion that dominated the conversation for a little while was the reference I made to "corn dodgers. More...

Letters

Letters policy

Letters to the editor of The Millen News are welcomed and encouraged. These are pages of opinions, yours and ours. More...

Weddings

Miss Haywood marries Mr. Wiggins

Lisa Angelyn Haywood and Clinton Lewis Wiggins were married 2 p.m. Saturday, May 28, 2005 at Trinity on the Hill United Methodist Church in Augusta. The Rev. Dr. Steve Dodson officiated. More...

Burke, Hall to unite in marriage June 25

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee Burke of Millen announce the engagement of their daughter, Winter Renee More...

Miss Sapp to marry Mr. Griffin June 25

Plans have been finalized for the wedding of Kimberly LaToya Sapp and Reginald Demond Griffin. More...