October 18, 2017 RSS feed / Other Jenkins News

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This Date in 1971

On Oct. 13th, the large albino channel catfish on display at the Millen National Fish Hatchery Aquarium died. He had been on display for 8½ years and during this time approximately 600,000 visitors had viewed him. More...

Millen Rotary Club news!

Anette Head, physical therapist for Optim Medical, spoke to the Millen Rotary Club on October 11th. More...

Happy Halloween from Jenkins County Senior Citizens Center!

With supplies courtesy of the Millen Woman's Club, clients at the Jenkins County Senior Citizens Center crafted Halloween treat arrangements which were presented to Millen businesses: Queensborough Bank, Honey Cafe, and Neal Hardware. More...

The Chatter Box

We lost one of our “fur babies” last week, Teddy Bear, died at the age of 10. Ten years is considered a long life for a dog, but I was hoping he would out-live his father, Snapper, who died at the age of 15. That was not to be. More...

Henry Young

Jenkins County Coroner Henry Young attended updated training on September 21-24 in Macon. Training topics were Georgia Violent Deaths, Homicide, Suicide, Prescription Drugs Deaths, Crime Scene, and Conceal Weapon Carry.   More...

North Jenkins Fire Department

From left, Rick Lane, winner of a grill in the North Jenkins Volunteer Fire Department Station 2’s recent fundraiser, is shown with Glenn Mays and Chief Chris Crenshaw. More...

Millen Rotary Club Sponsors Coat Drive

Millen Rotary Club invites the community to participate in its winter coat drive from now until November 17. All types and sizes of coats can be used. More...

All 2017 STC Practical Nursing Graduates Pass State Boards

Just one month after graduating from Southeastern Technical College's (STC) Practical Nursing (PN) program, every single member of that group passed their state tests and are now Licensed Practical Nurses.  More...

Booking Log

Jenkins County Jail Booking Log Oct. 2-Oct. 8

Stephen Cody Birdwell – Affixing Materials That Reduce or Increase Light Transmission/Reflectance of Window, Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Driving, Battery-Family Violence-1st Offense, DUIDriving While Under the Influence of Drugs, Possession More...

Library News

By Sharon Blank

Halloween is almost here, and we have some great programs to help you get ready!  First up, we have our “How It’s Done” workshop on Saturday, October 21, at 12:30 pm, where adults and teens can learn to turn an ordinary light b More...

SEEKING VOLUNTEERS FOR AARP TAX AIDE PROGRAM

Volunteers are needed to prepare Federal and Georgia state tax returns. Last year over 40,000 returns were processed and efiled at no charge at 108 sites in Georgia with 800 volunteers. More...