May 25, 2011 RSS feed / Other Jenkins News

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Sheriff’s Report

The Jenkins County Sheriff’s Department reported the following incidents for the time period of May 6 – May 20.  Burglary/Residential  May 17 – 4737 Newton Ag Road  Burglary/Church  May 6 – Johnson Baptist Church, More...

Semi-pro football comes to Millen

Football fans now have a new semi-pro team to support, the East Georgia Rebels, whose roster includes several local names: Brian Walker, Andrew Barnette, Akeem Frison, Anthony Scott, Terry Williams, Coley Clifton and John Wilson.  More...

McLamb graduates

Jean McLamb of Millen announces the Magnum Cum Laude graduation of her daughter, Dwana Renee’ McLamb, from Technical College of the Lowcountry in Beaufort, S.C. with an associate of arts degree. She is also the daughter of the late Guy McLamb. More...

City completes Knox Homes project

Work has been completed on the City of Millen’s 2009 Community Development Block Grant project in the Knox Homes and Old Sylvania Road areas of the city. More...

Jim & Joyce Hodges-Hite recognized

Jim and Joyce Hodges-Hite were recently recognized for their “many gifts of time and support” by the Greater Augusta Sports Council when they were presented the Pillar Award by the organi More...

Whitley Clark earns academic scholarship

Whitley S. Clark, a high school senior at Edmund Burke Academy, was recently awarded a $1,000 Walter Harrison scholarship by Planters Electric Membership Corporation (EMC). More...

Youth conference is a success

Churches are constantly advocating that young people take a stand for what is right. Recently, some young people did and organized The Stand, which was a youth conference held Saturday, April 30, at the Rocky Ford Baptist Church of Millen. More...

Val, Sal speak to Rotary

Jenkins County High School students C. J. Elmore, Valedictorian , and Shenice Thompson, Salutatorian, at right, spoke to Millen Rotary Club on May 4 at the club’s regular meeting. More...