August 25, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Two Greenwood residents held on burglary charges

Deputies with the Lincoln County Sheriff More...

Alan B. Harrison releases debut CD titled ‘Going Thru Changes’

Alan Bernard Harrison of Lincolnton recently released his debut CD titled More...

Residents may start using 10-digit dialing on Sept. 1

The day when Lincoln Countians will have to dial the area code even when making local calls is fast approaching. More...

Early deadline for holiday closing

The Lincoln Journal will be closed Monday, September 5, for Labor Day. More...

News

Lifeguard graduates

The Plantation Point neighborhood in Lincolnton was the host for a Lifeguard and CPR/First Aid course conducted by two instructors from the Augusta Chapter of the America Red Cross. More...

Food safety for tailgating

Football season has arrived once again bringing with it the ever popular tailgate party. These parties are a great opportunity for fellowship and celebration, but also can serve as a host for unwanted foodborne bacteria. More...

Benefit luncheon

A benefit spaghetti luncheon for Dave and Eleanor Holsomback will be held at St. Paul United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall on Sun., Aug. 28 at 12:15. A $6 donation for adults and $3 for children, will be taken. More...

Sports

Devils score first but lose opener to Greene

With the bitter sting of an embarrassing 26-6 drubbing in their last varsity contest resonating in their memories, the 2005 Lincoln County Red Devils were forced to endure another gridiron nightmare in Greensboro last Friday night. More...

Devils vs. Greene Co.

LC CC First Downs 11 22 Yards Rushing 166 288 Yards Passing 114 124 Passes 5-18-0 2-27-1 Total Yards 280 412 Yards penalized 55 75 Fumbles/lost 4/3 1/1 Punts/avg. 2/32.0 1/45 Return yards 52 39 More...

Georgia’s Top Ten in Class A

1. ............. Portal .............. 1-0 2. ........ Hawkinsville .......... 0-1 3. ........... Bremen ............. 1-0 4. ...... Clinch County ........ 0-1 5. .... More...

Public Notices

NOTICE OF ELECTION

The City of Lincolnton will hold an election on November 8, 2005, for the offices of Mayor and Council Post 4 and 5. Dates for the qualifying will be September 13, 14, 15 and 16, 2005, at City Hall from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. More...

PUBLIC NOTICE

The regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners scheduled for September 8, 2005 has been changed to September 1, 2005 at 7:00 p.m. More...

PUBLIC NOTICE

In accordance with Rules and Regulations for Water Quality Control Chapter 391-3-6-.05 Emergency Actions, The City of Lincolnton is publicly notifying the citizens of this area that the following spill occurred: More...

City and county are awarded $1 million in CDBG grants

The City of Lincolnton and Lincoln County were awarded two Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) totaling $1 million last week. More...

Chief Justice invites residents to check out city’s new website

In his regular monthly report, Lincolnton Police Chief Jim Justice encouraged local residents to check out the city More...

Home Sweet Home

A group of four ladies who attend church together in Edgefield County won the logo contest sponsored recently by the Home Cafe. The winning logo is a cozy cabin with a chimney, surrounded by the slogan More...

Chamber of commerce in midst of membership drive

The Lincolnton-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce is looking for 50 more individuals and businesses in order to meet its goal of 200 members for the year. More...

Lincoln County Red Devil Pride Marching Band

Members of the 2005-2006 edition of the Lincoln County Red Devil Pride Marching Band are: (first row, lr) Jazmon Dukes, drum major; Corliss Wideman, color guard sponsor; Julie Bennett, featured twirler; Jasper Dukes, band director; Jennifer Herrick, More...

Editorial Page

To the Editor

The trash tax is coming! TO THE EDITOR It More...

August 25, 1949: Father Knows Best debuts Popular radio show More...

People

Mattison celebrates first bithday with party at home July 30

James Mattison turned one year old on July 29, 2005. He celebrated with a party on Saturday, July 30 with family and friends at his home on Rowland York Drive. More...

Whimbush, Green to exchange vows in ceremony Sept. 3

Shelia P. Whimbush and Katha C. Green proudly announce their engagement to be married September 3, 2005. More...

Norman families gather to celebrate their heritage

The Norman Family Association composed of the descendants of William Norman (1750-1827) sponsored its biennial reunion on August 5th and 6th. More...

Obituaries

Elizabeth Ann Nordyke

Mrs. Elizabeth More...

Johnny Mack Poss

Mr. Johnny Mack Poss, 57, entered into rest August 21, 2005 in Augusta, Georgia. More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

The Lincoln County Health Department will have the University Hospital Breast Health Center Mobile Mammography Unit visit Aug. 30, Oct. 7 and Nov. 22. More...