October 10, 2018 RSS feed / Other Jenkins News

Remember When – This Day in 1935!

Ground was broken today for the erection of the Millen Community House in the City of Millen. Wade Franklin is the supervising foreman of the job. This is the third WPA project to get underway in Jenkins County. More...

Absentee voting in General/Special Election underway

Advance Absentee-by mail voting is currently underway in the Nov. 6th General Primary/Special Election. The last day a registrar can issue an absentee ballot by mail is 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2nd.  More...

Window to the Past

The old Millen High School, located on the site of the old primary school property which was recently destroyed by fire, was offered for sale October 2010 as a surplus building for demolition and rem More...

Booking Log

Jenkins County Jail Booking Log Sept. 24 – Sept. 30

Reginald Jackson – Hold; Sept. 24; Jenkins County Sheriff’s Office.  James Grady Royal – Probation Violation; Sept. More...

Millen Rotary Club activities

Deborah Bussell, owner of Repair IT, was guest speaker at the Millen Rotary Club meeting on October 3rd. More...

The Millen News goes to Charlotte Motor Speedway!

The Millen News traveled with Bailey Pendergast to the inaugural Roval 400 NASCAR race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina on September 30th. More...

Fair on Square

Scenes from the 45th annual Fair-on-the-Square and parade held Saturday, Oct. 6th. The event was sponsored by Main Street Millen.   More...

Meeting the voters

Current Jenkins County Solicitor Troy Gay and challenger Duff Ayers are shown participating in the Fair-on-the-Square parade held Saturday. More...

Library News

It’s Teen Read Week! All this week, we’ll be featuring some of the best teen reads for everyone to enjoy. Come in and check it out!  More...

Primitive Weapons deer hunting begins Oct. 13th

The week-long primitive weapons deer hunting season opens Saturday, Oct. 13. More...

Start an Indoor Garden with Kitchen Scraps

The pantry is full of fall favorites like squash, onions and potatoes, but busy schedules may have you finding a few things growing in the back of your cupboard. More...