February 14, 2018 RSS feed / Other Jenkins News

Remember When

– This Date in 1932

Mr. M. Marks, who has dissolved partnership with S. Steinberg, will open for business next week in the J.C. Wilson building and solicits the patronage of his former patrons. He carries popular merchandise at low prices.  More...

Library News

Happy Valentine’s Day! We here at the library love our patrons – come stop by and say, “Hi.”  Have you ever wanted to learn to draw anime and manga? Come to the library on Friday, February 16, at 4 p.m. More...

Country Cooking With Sue Davis

Sunday dinners (lunch) are always special in the South. Families gather after church to enjoy a delicious, home cooked meal. Finding the time to prepare the meal, however, is often stressful. More...

Jenkins County Recreation Department News

Recreation Department announces programs

Registration for baseball is currently underway at the Jenkins County Recreation Department and will continue until Feb. 23rd. The cost is $50 per child. Girls 3-14, age control date is Jan. 1st. Boys 3-14, age control date is May 1st. More...

Millen Rotary Club!

Regina Bell, administrator of Pruitt Health-Bethany, gave the Millen Rotary Club an update on the services of the facility at the club's February 7th meeting. More...

Window to the Past!

BOE breaks ground on new gymnatorium!

The Jenkins County Board of Education broke ground on a new gymnatorium June 21, 2006. This is an architectural drawing of the new facility. More...

BOOKING LOG

Jenkins County Jail Booking Log Jan. 29 – Feb. 4

Benji Clyde Berry – Forgery-4th Degree-Misdemeanor, Theft by Taking-Felony; Feb. 1; JenkinsCounty Sheriff’s Office.Jamie Ann Clarke – Drug Related Objects, Giving False Name, Address or Birth Date to Law Enforcement Officer; Feb. More...

Cong. Allen announces Summer Internship Program

Today, U.S. Congressman Rick Allen (R-Ga.-12) announced his 2018 Summer Internship Program in Washington D.C. More...

Thousands helped in 2017 by Insurance Commissioner’s office

In 2017, the Georgia Insurance Commissioner’s Office helped thousands of individuals, families, and businesses who filed complaints against insurance companies. More...