July 2, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

City continues clean-up effort

Millen City Council voted during a recent meeting to continue it efforts to get property owners to clean-up unsightly lots and dilapidated buildings located within the city.  More...

Second Chance

Review sessions and retest dates announced

High school students who did not pass certain tests have a second chance this summer.   More...

Other Jenkins News

JCHS Annual Awards Program

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Jenkins County Retired Educator Unit receives state awards for local activities

The Jenkins County Retired Educator (JCRE) Unit received awards at the Georgia Retired Educator Association (GREA) Convention in Savannah for their activities rewarding student academic achievement, volunteering with community service, and preserving More...

Booking Log

Jenkins County Jail Booking Log June 13 – June 19   More...

Fascinating Facts

about the Declaration of Independence

The United States will celebrate its 238th birthday this Friday, July 4th. In observance of the occasion, a few Fascinating Facts about the Declaration of Independence, according to ConstitutionFacts.com, are shared below.  More...

Certificate of Merit

Georgia Certificate of Merit Award winners at Jenkins County High School are, from left, Austin Wagner, Tyler Wagner, Henry Sherrod and Will Collier. (Staff photo by Deborah Bennett) More...

ChatterBox

The Chatter Box

Mrs. Sarah Johnson is celebrating her 100th birthday today, July 2nd. More...

Church News

Church News

Fountain Spring Baptist Church to host choir anniversary Fountain Spring Baptist Church will host its choir anniversary 4 p.m. Sunday, July 6. Pastor Pearlstine O. Capers and congregation invite the public to attend. Williams Grove C.O.G.I.C. More...

Births

Della Kate Yelton

Rocky and Lee Yelton of Waynesboro announce the birth of their daughter, Della Kate Yelton, born May 13, 2014 at Doctor’s Hospital in Augusta. More...

Columns

Mike Reese

“I was just thinking”

I saw a flyer yesterday advertising the fireworks show this holiday weekend. And this led me to remember the exact, precise moment I learned to “sailor cuss.” I was 11 or 12.  More...

Don Lively

FREE

If you are reading this and if you are a native of any locality south of the Mason-Dixon line or if you have spent any amount of time around the Blessed South or associated for very long with any blessed residents of the Blessed South or even if you More...

Library News

Do you want to get great tips on how to grow things without chemicals and pesticides? Do you want great tips on growing and living green? Then come to “Growing Green” with Relinda Walker this Wednesday, July 2, at 2 p.m. Ms.  More...