September 12, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Project for Better Health sponsoring mobile health clinic

The St. Camillus Health Clinic is a mobile doctor’s office based in a fully outfitted, climate-controlled trailer. More...

School News

Grandparents Day at Jenkins County Elementary School

Jenkins County School Food Services hosted “Grandparents Day” at Jenkins County Elementary School on Sept. 6th and Sept. 7th. Grandparents had the opportunity to enjoy breakfast with their grandchildren on these days.   More...

Twelve Jenkins County Middle School Students selected for Duke Talent Identification Program

Each year, the Duke University 7th Grade Talent Identification Program helps educators and families determine how advanced their students’ abilities truly are and what level of educational challenge is appropriate. More...

STC Foundation Awards 35 Scholarships

Southeastern Technical College has awarded a number of student scholarships through the STC Foundation. This year, 35 students were awarded as the STC Foundation continues to bolster financial aid support for students.  More...

Editorials

Don Lively

WISHING

The dinner was great and the company was even better. More...

Slim Randles

HOME COUNTRY

You have to look for the schism, Jasper said to himself out at the woodpile. More...

Recipes

Country Cooking With Sue Davis

Pears are the fruit of the season right now! And this week’s recipes feature the delicious fruit in some dishes that are sure to appease your sweet tooth and family and friends, too. More...

Accountability courts program expands to include Jenkins County

Bulloch County’s accountability courts program is expanding to include all other counties of the Ogeechee Judicial Circuit – Jenkins, Screven and Effingham. More...

45th annual Fair-on-the-Square set for Oct. 6th

Mark your calendars! It’s that time again- time for the 45th annual Fair-on-the-Square. The annual event is set for Saturday, Oct. 6th, on the lawn of the Jenkins County Courthouse.  More...

Hodges-Hite Wins Grand Prix

Joyce Hodges-Hite, a familiar running figure in Jenkins County, has finally won the Running Journal Magazine Grand Prix (after three previous tries). The Grand Prix is a series of races of all distances throughout the Southeastern United States. More...

Other Jenkins News

Remember When

– This Day in in 1960

This week The Millen News has selected Roy Aaron, son of Matt and Lura Gay Aaron, as its “Man of the Week.” Mr. Aaron, a Jenkins County native, is currently a professor of math at Notre Dame University. More...

Library News

Have you gotten your library card yet? You should! Your library card is the key to a world of wonder and a ton of free resources for you to enjoy. More...

Window to the Past

Horace Weathersby III is shown in September 2010, soon after he purchased John C. Wilson Company Inc. Horace had been with the company 32 years at that time. More...

ChatterBox

The Chatter Box

I recently heard a commentary on a radio station about the fact that a certain “reality” television show “celebrity” has been advised by her doctor to stop taking selfies due to pain in her hands. What?  More...

Church News

Nannie E. Williams to hold revival and homecoming

Fall revival services will be held at Nannie E. Williams United Methodist Church 7:30 p.m. Sept. 18-20. Three Dynamic ministers will be the guest evangelists: Rev. Loretta Johnson, Rev. Kenneth Griffin and Rev. Eric Tate. More...

Datebook

39’ers to meet Sept. 17th

The 39’ers lunch club will meet noon, Monday, Sept. 17th, at the Millen Community House. Come enjoy a meal and fellowship. A beginning computer class program for seniors will be presented.   More...

Obituaries

Cheri Gale Wallace

Millen, GA - Mrs. Cheri Gale Wallace, age 30, passed away on Tuesday, September 4th 2018 at MUSC Medical Center in Charleston, SC.  More...