August 23, 2017 RSS feed / Other Jenkins News

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This Date in 1926

The Black Bear Trail, formerly the Woodpecker Route, will hold its annual meeting in Millen on Friday at the Hotel Estelle. More...

Bloodmobile to be here Aug. 28th

The bloodmobile of Shepeard Community Blood Center will be in the Rite Aid parking lot from 1-6 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 28. More...

Dorminy Marie Johnson wins Georgia Junior Challenge Match

At the Georgia Junior Challenge Match in Valdosta, on July 24 and 25, Dorminy Marie Johnson, from the East finished atop the Girls 14-18 group with a two-day score of 156 (77-79). More...

Community theatre headed to Waynesboro

What do grits and a Christmas grouch have in common? They make for an interesting and fun spin on a familiar tale penned by Charles Dickens in the mid-1800s. More...

JCMS Georgia Power donation

Georgia Power’s East Region donated $1,000 to Jenkins County Middle School to support STEM initiatives the school is implementing  More...

Library News

Thank you to everyone who came to our eclipse events, to StarNet (www.starnetlibraries.org) who provided our eclipse viewing glasses, and to Planters’ Operation Round-Up, whose grant provided the funds to offer the rest of the great projects we More...

Correction

A line was inadvertently “dropped” in the first sentence of the article on Troy Gay that appeared on the front page of last week’s issue. More...

Booking Log

Jenkins County Jail Booking Log Aug. 7 – Aug. 13

Edward Keith Black – Driving While License Suspended, Failure to Maintain Insurance, Marijuana Possession-Less than 1 oz.; Aug. 13, Millen Police Department. Walton Cox Jr. More...

PruittHealth-Bethany celebrates 48 years of care with annual Founder’s Day celebration

Events will be held from 12-2 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 5th.  More...

Jenkins County receives funding for Hurricane Mathew

Jenkins County Emergency Management Director Alvin Burke advised The Millen News that Jenkins County has received reimbursement in the amount of $22,842.69 for damages occurred during Hurricane Mathew.  More...