January 24, 2018 RSS feed / Other Jenkins News

Remember When – This Date in 1930

The Financial Statement of the City of Millen show the amount of cash and sundry accounts turned over to the new council by the retiring officials as follows: Cash - $490; Brick - $607.17; Good Accounts - $64.03; Sundry fi fas - $40.09.  More...

Library News

Do you want to learn how to straighten out your finances and keep your money in your wallet? Come to the library on Saturday, January 27, at 12:30 pm for our next “How It’s Done” adult workshop! More...

Booking Log

Jenkins County Jail Booking Log Jan. 8-14

Devin Rashaad Parker – Hold for Investigation; Jan. 8; Jenkins County Sheriff’s Office. Tiffany Mary Reynolds – Hold; Jan. More...

Bloodmobile to be here Jan. 30th

January is National Blood Donors Month! Shepeard Community Blood Center says “thank you” to each person who stopped at one of the bloodmobiles, rolled up their sleeves and donated live-saving blood! More...

Window to the Past!

Horsefeathers the Clown is shown entertaining children during the 2006 annual Harvest of Fun Festival held on Cotton Avenue. (Photo contributed) More...

Video submissions officially open for the Statesboro Voice

The Averitt Center for the Arts’ new vocal competition, The Statesboro Voice, seeks local talent to compete for a chance to win cash prizes during a live performance on April 28. More...

Jenkins County Senior Citizen Center activities!

In recognition of Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, January 9, clients at Jenkins County Senior Citizen Center provided treat buckets to employees at the Millen Police Department and Jenkins County Sheriff's Office. More...

Planters EMC to host Washington Youth Tour

Open to high school juniors, Planters EMC is accepting applications for an all-expense paid spot on the 2018 Washington Youth Tour. More...

Rotary Club

Suzanne Elliott Sharkey, Georgia Power local manager of Burke and Jenkins Counties, gave the Millen Rotary Club an update on Plant Vogtle at its January 10th meeting. More...

STC Seeking Student Art for Georgia Manufacturing Competition

Georgia’s Manufacturing Appreciation Week (MAW) is approaching, and Southeastern Technical College (STC) is inviting area schools to take part in the celebration’s Student Design Competition.  More...

Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black issued the following statement on Georgia crops

“The cold weather last week, in addition to cooler temperatures throughout this winter season, have proven beneficial to many of our crops by providing much needed chill hours. More...