2006-09-06

Library News



The new Evergreen System is up and running. We will do our best to see that everything goes as smoothly as possible, to make the transition easy. Please be patient with us while we learn. News Adult Fiction at JCML Bad Twin by Gary Troup ~ Paul Artisan, private detective, spends his life drifting along until Clifford Widmore walks into […]

Local students participate in BUILD project



Georgia Southern University students Jamie Linder of Millen and Jessica Murray of Perkins took part in the BUILD leadership development workshop Monday, Aug. 7, through Friday, Aug. 11. BUILD, (Building Undergraduate Involvement and Leadership Development,) is part of the Southern Pathways pre-semester leadership programs. “The Southern Pathways Leadership Program strives to help incoming freshmen with their transition to college life […]

Grayson B. Kent receives diploma



The Church of God’s Bible Training Institute held its annual graduation May 28, in Cleveland, Tenn. Among those receiving diplomas was Grayson B. Kent of Millen. While attending classes, Kent served as both vice-president and president of his class. Kent is a licensed minister for The Church of God. For the past three years, he has been appointed by the […]

Sheriff speaks to Millen Rotary Club



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Favorite family photo



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Correction



The Millen News reported in last week’s edition that the Jenkins County Board of Education approved the substitute teacher list and Jenkins County School Food Service substitute list during the Aug. 21 meeting. These items were not approved. You must be a paid subscriber to access this content! Please login or Subscribe now!

‘Closet of Dreams’ receives dresses from Frills-n-Fancies



Frills-n-Fancies is making dreams come true for Tiffany Wasden’s “Closet of Dreams.” Susan Todd and Krystal Robertson of Statesboro recently met with Wasden, shown at center, and discussed the needs of her “Closet of Dreams.” They presented her with a donation of 69 “Tiffany Design” gowns of various styles and colors, which will be available for the prom in the […]

State requires erosion,sedimentation certification training by December 31



The passage of House Bill 285 brings with it a new Erosion and Sedimentation Control Program and charges the Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission with managing and administering the new education and certification process. The Georgia Erosion and Sedimentation Act states that all persons involved in land disturbing activities must be trained and state certified no later than Dec. […]

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The Chatter Box



Today is Monday, Labor Day, and “yes” we are working! We just can’t seem to take a Monday off – deadlines again. Whose idea was it anyway to have all the holidays fall on Mondays? I suppose it is a good way to occasionally avoid that day of the week – unless you work for a newspaper. In this business, […]