August 21, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Jim Hite places 4th in International Triathlon

Jim Hite captured fourth place in age group 75-79 at the International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Duathlon Championships held on Aug. 10 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. More...

School News

“It’s our annual family reunion!”

“We have this pep-rally every year. We see that the cheerleaders and band go together, and cross country and softball go together. More...

JCMS school news

The View

In an effort to keep our parents, students, and community informed, Jenkins County Middle School (JCMS) plans to have “The Eagle’s View” published every other issue in The Millen News. More...

JCES LUNCH MENU

Monday, Aug. 26 – spaghetti, bread stick or turkey and cheese wrap w/chips; choices: whole kernel corn, steamed broccoli, apple and pineapple. Tuesday, Aug. More...

Church News

Church News

Rocky Ford Baptist to host Men’s Day program The Rocky Ford Baptist Church family invited the Millen community and surrounding area to the first annual Men’s Day program 11:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 25. More...

Weddings

Anniversaries

Bob and Lisa Dailey 25th Anniversary August 20th

Our story began with two simple words. Now 25 years later, the chapters of our life together continue to be written. Thank you for being my best friend and my wife. I love you! More...

Obituaries

Melrose Hill

Ms. Melrose Hill, 73, of Millen died Sunday, August 18, 2013. Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at Dry Branch Cemetery with Dr. Maurice Crowder officiating. More...

Ernest Frank Hendley

Mr. Ernest Frank Hendley, 72, of Millen died Sunday, August 18, 2013.  Graveside services will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at Elam Cemetery.  Mr. More...

Johnny Wilson

Johnny Wilson, 81, of Brunswick died Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2013 at the Southeast Georgia Health System.  Funeral services were held at the First Baptist Church of Brunswick 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, 2013 with Rev. Jim Crandall and Dr. More...

Qualifying begins Aug. 26 in City election

Qualifying begins next week for candidates in the Nov. More...

T-SPLOST funds to pave Wood Lane

The City of Millen will use Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (TSPOST) dollars to pave Wood Lane. The TSPLOST was approved by voters in Region 7 in July 2012 and went into effect Jan. 1.  More...

Better Business bash

The first Better Business Bash was hosted by Lazar Oglesby, owner of Honey Catering, and Terri Reeves, owner of The Charm Barn. More...

Other Jenkins News

Recreation Department News

Football – deadline for registration, Aug. 29. Flag football, ages 4-6. Each participant will receive a trophy and jersey. $45 per child. Tackle football, ages 7-10, and ages 11-12. Fee $25 per child. Each participant will receive a jersey. More...

Rotary

Chris Yaughn, who works with Broken Shackle Ranch and Fostering Bulloch, presented the program for the Millen Rotary Club on July 24. More...

ChatterBox

The Chatter Box

What has happened to country music? I tried to watch the country music festival episode that aired on ABC last Monday night, but ended up going to bed – too much screaming and hollering for me. More...

Letters

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor:  The classes of 1964 and 1967 would like to thank everyone for their support in helping us with our back-to-school supplies give-away on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2013 at the Jenkins County Agriculture Center. More...

Datebook

Date Book

GSU Talent Search program accepting applications The Talent Search program, through Georgia Southern University 9GSU), is an educational opportunity your child should not miss. More...

Cards of Thanks

Card of Thanks

Thank You   We would like to say “thank you” for all the cards, calls, food, flowers and prayers that were expressed during the loss of our family member.  “Thank you!”  The family of Robert Earl Reynolds Sr. More...

Columns

Jim Hite

“It’s not all bad!”

Those of you who follow the professional sports scene are well aware of the blows being suffered by major league baseball during the build up to the suspensions meted out to 13 players Aug. 5. More...

Library News

School has begun, and the kids are busy learning all day. Why not take a little time and improve your own mind by checking out some of our great books? More...