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    Make-A-Difference Lunch Program The Millen Make-A-Difference Lunch Release Program for middle and high school students will begin Thursday, Sept. 6. Full Story

Card of Thanks

    "Thank You" Words cannot express our sincere appreciation for the outpouring of love shown to us during Ed's battle with cancer, and now during our loss. Full Story

Ag Line: Armyworms in Pastures

    Almost every year in late summer, armyworms and corn earworm caterpillars invade pastures, hay fields, and turfgrass throughout the state. Full Story

Rosa Mae Rabitsch Dailey died August 26

    Mrs. Rosa Mae Rabitsch Dailey, 85, of Millen died Sunday, Aug. 26, 2007 at Ogeechee Area Hospice in Statesboro. Her funeral was held 11 a. m. Tuesday, Aug. 28, at the Oak Hill Baptist Church with the Revs. Full Story

SUMMER MADNESS

    We may have found demonstrable evidence that Darwin was wrong after all. Not all men evolved from monkeys. In fact, some may have evolved into monkeys - right here in Georgia - on a stifling summer day in A.D. 2007. Full Story

The home of Inez Wade on Woodbine Avenue was damaged when a tree fell on the residence during a severe thunderstorm that passed through Millen Monday, Aug. 13. The National Weather Service reported wind gusts throughout the city at over 60 mph. (Staff photo by Deborah Bennett) 001p1_xlg.jpg
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Storm wreaks havoc

   The home of Inez Wade on Woodbine Avenue was damaged when a tree fell on the residence during a severe thunderstorm that passed through Millen Monday, Aug. 13. The National Weather Service reported wind gusts throughout the city at over 60 mph. Full Story

Qualifying begins Monday for city election

    Qualifying as a candidate in the Municipal General Election for the City of Millen to be held Tuesday, Nov. 6, begins next week. Full Story

Prevention is needed against West Nile Virus

    It is that time of the year again, the time when mosquitoes are plentiful and the threat of West Nile Virus (WNV) is a reality. Full Story

Buzzly, star of the "Buzzly Fire Safety Program" visits with kindergarten students at Jenkins County Elementary School during a kick-off of the fire safety program made available through a grant received by the Millen-Jenkins County Fire Rescue Department. (Staff photo by Deborah Bennett) 004p1_xlg.jpg
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