August 30, 2017 RSS feed / Other Jenkins News

Remember When –

This Date in 1956

Jenkins County High School student Mary Franklin was elected the Outstanding Future Teacher in the First District in the Southeastern Fair sponsored search for the States Outstanding Future Teacher. More...

Children of Confederacy

The Col. More...

Jenkins County Senior Citizens Center Health Fair!

Jenkins County Senior Citizens Center would like to share its appreciation for the staff at PruittHealth-Bethany of Millen for sponsoring a health fair in recognition of National Senior Citizens Day on August 21.  More...

Favorite Family photo!

Ronnie and Rhonda Hendley of Millen are shown at the Ryman Auditorium, home of the Grand Ole Opry, during a visit to Nashville, TN. More...

Dove season opens Sept. 2nd

Georgia’s Dove hunting season opens Sat. Sept. 2, 2017. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) wants to know if you have plans for opening day.  More...

Jenkins County Senior Citizens Center Birthday Bash!

Queensborough National Bank and Trust Company (QNBT) of Millen sponsored the August Birthday Bash at Jenkins County Senior Citizens Center. More...

Window to the Past!

This photograph shows the Millen City Hall, located on Gray Street, during the early years. More...

Library News

September is just days away, and for us here at the library that means Library Card Sign Up Month. More...

Booking Log

Jenkins County Jail Booking Log Aug. 14- Aug. 20

John Lee Farris – Driving While License Withdrawn; Aug. 17; Millen Police Department. Summer Flanagin – Bond Revoked; Aug. More...

EGSC’s economic impact over $80 million

An annual study of the University System of Georgia’s (USG) economic impact shows that East Georgia State College (EGSC) had a $80,140,200 impact on the communities in its region during fiscal year 2016. More...

Dining Club

Members of the Gentlemen’s Gourmet Dining Club enjoyed a lovely meal at the Bobcat Café in Collins, Georgia. (Photo contributed). More...