November 15, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Safety first

Students and faculty at Jenkins County Elementary School are shown during a tornado drill Friday, More...

School News

Jenkins County falls to Portal Panthers 22-47

The Jenkins County High School Eagles hosted the Portal Panthers for their last game Friday, losing the game in a hard-fought 47-22 battle. More...

Veterans read to JCES students

Local veterans recently read stories to several classes at Jenkins County Elementary in honor More...

Class welcomes George W. Bush

On Oct. 30, students from Ms. Morrie Shelkoff's classes had the opportunity to experience history in the making as they helped welcome President George W. Bush to Statesboro. More...

Editorials

Opinions, yours and ours

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Jim Hite

Many, many months of partisan, negative, and often meanspirited political advertising and a chance comment by Rev. More...

Weddings

Douthitt, Sullivan to unite in marriage

Sallie E. Wasden of Millen announces the engagement of her daughter, Sallie Reid Douthitt, to Henry Thompson Sullivan III, son of Jean Christy Sullivan and the late Henry Thompson Sullivan Jr. of Macon. More...

Obituaries

Jimmie L. Burke, 55, of Millen died Nov. 7

Jimmie Lee Burke, 55, of Millen died Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006 at his residence. More...

Engagements

Miss Creech to wed Mr. Phillips in January

Renee and Jimmie Creech of Cheraw, S.C. announce the engagement of their daughter, Lori Renee, to Scott Lanier Phillips, son of Judy and Jimmy Phillips of Millen. More...

County Commission addresses Ag Center complaints

Neighborhood complaints concerning groups renting the Jenkins County Agriculture Center surfaced during the Tuesday, Nov. 7, meeting of the Jenkins County Commissioners. More...

Honoring those who serve

The Honor Guard of Millen VFW Post 2776 presents the Colors at a ceremony honoring area More...

Chamber sponsors ribbon cutting

The Millen/Jenkins County Chamber of Commerce recently More...

Other Jenkins News

Park manager speaks to Rotary

Bill Giles, Magnolia Springs State Park manager, was the guest speaker at the Wednesday, More...

Don Gay

Medicare Part D enrollment

Now is the time to evaluate your current plan - has it met your needs this year? If you More...

Library News

Come by the Jenkins County Memorial Library and register for a pumpkin to be given away on Tuesday, Nov. 21 - just in time to make that wonderful pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving dinner! More...

ChatterBox

The Chatter Box

I recently read an informative article on the Cuckoo bird and its habits in the wild. It was interesting to note that the Cuckoo bird does not build a nest of its own when it comes time for the female to lay her eggs. More...

Letters

Letters to the Editor

Editor: I am a 17-year-old animal lover and hold a part-time job while I go to school. More...

Church News

Church News

Evening Light Kelsey Chapel Church of God Evening Light Church of God will have an evangelism workshop 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18. More...

Datebook

Datebook

Basketball alumni wanted Male and female basketball players from the 1972-2004 teams interested in playing in an alumni basketball game on Saturday, Nov. 18, should contact Willie Haynes at Jenkins County High School at 478-982-4791. More...

Cards of Thanks

Card of Thanks

The family of J.W. Counts Jr. would like to thank everyone that provided food, flowers and support during the death of our loved one. More...

Farm & Home

Ag Line: Using distillers grains in beef cattle rations

County Extension Coordinator As ethanol plants start forming in Georgia and across the nation, distillers grains will be a by-product produced during production. Distillers grains can be used as a feed supplement in beef cattle operations. More...

4-H News

This week it is extremely important that seventh-12th grade students begin coming by and working on portfolios if they plan on going to DPA! More...