September 22, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Midway opens Wednesday at 53rd Annual LC Fair

Celebrate fall while enjoying the games, rides, and food at the 53rd Annual Lincoln County Fair which starts Wednesday, September 28, and runs through Saturday, October 1. More...

Church declines to press charges against vandals

Two juvenile subjects were questioned by the Lincoln County Sheriff More...

Whitehead, Fleming receive Legislative Service Award

Two Lincoln County legislators have been selected as recipients of the 2005 Legislative Service Award by the Association County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG). More...

Booklet full of bargains

LCES students are set to begin taking orders for PTO coupon books which cost $5 each and contain over $250 in coupons from 35 locally owned and/or operated businesses. More...

No city election

Qualifying for three seats on the Lincolnton City Council was held Tuesday, September 13, through Friday, September 16, at City Hall. More...

News

Barbecue fund-raiser

The Martin More...

American Legion families join together to help hurricane victims

The American Legion family, Post 192 Evans, Ga and Post 194 Lincolnton, Ga., joined together to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina in Pascogoula and Hattiesburg, Mississippi and New Orleans, Louisana. More...

Chamber Chatter

Chamber, Chamber, Chamber More...

Sports

Devils break slump with win over Commerce

In desperate need of their first 2005 victory, the hometown Devils were obliged by most-hated rival Commerce last Friday night at the More...

Campbell hopeful about Devils’ future

Coach Larry Campbell, obviously pleased with the Devils More...

Obituaries

Patricia Kessick West

Mrs. Patricia Kessick West, 82, of Savannah Lakes Village, entered into rest on Saturday, September 17, 2005 at University Hospital. More...

Public Notices

LEGALS

Probate Court of Lincoln County Re: Petition of Ola Belle Poole Thomas to probate in solemn form the will of Troy Vernon Thomas, deceased, upon which an order for service was granted by this court on September 8, 2005. More...

Public hearings set to discuss proposed millage increases

Tax increases for Lincoln County Government and the Lincoln County Board of Education will result in a slew of public hearings. More...

First Assembly will host a mortgage burning ceremony

A mortgage burning ceremony will be held in conjunction with First Assembly of God More...

Where’s your sign?

The Lincoln County Code Enforcement Office is cracking down on citizens who do not have a 9-1-1 address sign in front of their residence. Displaying one More...

LCHS Student Council

The members of the LCHS Student Council are: (front row, l-r) John Davis, freshman class representative; Megan Saggus, junior class treasurer; Arnell Ferguson, senior class vice president; Viola Harris, senior class treasurer; Dontae Zellars, junior More...

Schools pay tribute to hurricane victims

In compliance with a proclamation issued by the White House, the flags at LCES, LCMS and LCHS were flown at half staff through Monday, September 19. The gesture was made to show the schools More...

Editorial Page

Is fresh food better than processed?

I remember during my childhood when my parents picked the vegetables right out of the garden, cooked them, and put them on the table for the family to enjoy. We knew they couldn More...

To the Editor

GHSA needs to rescind decision TO THE EDITOR The Georgia High School Association passed a measure on August 29, that will move state championship high school football games to neutral sites in 2006. More...

Beautiful county

TO THE EDITOR Some time ago I had an occasion to visit your beautiful county. I was a guest of Commission Chairman Walker Norman. I am retired from the U.S. Army and have served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam. More...

People

JONAS WYATT BRANTLEY

Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Brantley, of Grovetown, Ga., are proud to announce the birth of their son, Jonas Wyatt, born at 3:28 p.m. on Thursday, September 8, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta. More...

Karyn Smith honored with drop-in shower at Lincolnton Baptist

Lincolnton Baptist Church Fellowship Hall was the scene of a drop-in shower honoring Karyn Smith, brideelect of John Spratlin, on Sunday, September 18th. More...

A trip to the beach

Curry Colvin (l) and Tony Raiford traveled to Hilton Head, S.C., taking along a copy of More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Lincolnton First Assembly of God will celebrate its 25th anniversary on Sun., Sept. 25 at 10:45 a.m. with Dr. Samuel R. Chand. More...