September 21, 2011 RSS feed / Other Jenkins News

First responders receive training funded by grant

A storm that struck Jenkins County in April damaged the only ambulance Jenkins County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) had at the station due to the fact that one ambulance was transferring a patient to Augusta and another was in the shop for repairs More...

Six Generations

Six generations of the Mildred Toby family are shown. From left, are Ms. Toby’s mother, Hilda, 94; Mildred Toby; Ms. More...

Wild hog

Cody Burch, left, and Tyson Bennett are shown with the 300 lb. wild hog they caught with dogs on a local farm, at the request of the farmer. Wild hogs destroy crops and damage property. More...

The Millen News goes to British Columbia

The Millen News recently traveled with, from left, Ray Garvin, Frank (Buddy) Wayne Jr. and Roy Garvin to the Columbia Ice Field and Glacier in British Columbia, Canada. (Photo contributed) More...

Commissioners consider EMS needs

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) needs and department plans were at the top of the agenda for a recent meeting of the Jenkins County Commissioners.  More...

Simmons completes basic training

Private First Class Christopher Simmons completed basic training with the 54th PLT “Death Platoon” at Ft. Benning on Aug. 25. PFC Simmons is now stationed at Ft. More...

District Six

Inspection completed on new fire engine

Members of the District Six Volunteer Fire Department visited the Emergency-One Fire Apparatus Factory in Ocala Florida. More...