December 15, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Sheriff issues update on campaign against drugs

After 11 months in office, Lincoln County Sheriff Gerald Lawson issued a report on his department More...

Friendly wager

The mayors of the cities of Lincolnton and Washington made a friendly wager on the Lincoln CountyWashington-Wilkes game: the loser would have to wear the winner More...

Santa Claus visited the Lincoln County Health Department last week to get his annual flu vaccine. More...

News

Georgia receives approximately $21.4 million cost-share funds for natural resourses conservation

James E. Tillman, Sr., State Conservationist for the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Georgia today announced that the state has received $21.4 million for use in improving our natural resources. More...

Shepeard Blood Center to host Christmas drives

Shepeard Community Blood Center will be hosting numerous Christmas blood drives at all centers. Volunteer donors participating in these drives will be entered to win prizes from our generous sponsors: More...

‘One Night in Bethlehem’ to be presented Dec. 14-16

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Sports

The 378 Border Bash for the Class A State Championship

And then there was one. The two teams started out completely different. Lincoln County started out with a dismal 0-3 start, the first time since 1973. Washington-Wilkes started out with a big 10-0 win over Class AAA Thomson Bulldogs. More...

Obituaries

Ernest C. Cave

Mr. Ernest C. Cave, 87, of Pleasant View Circle, entered into rest on Saturday, December 10, 2005 at his residence. More...

Public Notices

LEGALS

NOTICE Georgia, Lincoln County Probate Court Jerry Trull has petitioned to be appointed Administrator of the estate of Kenneth Earl Robinson, deceased, of said County. More...

PUBLIC MEETING

The City of Lincolnton hereby gives notice that the City of Lincolnton will hold a public meeting to discuss water improvements project funded by Georgia More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

The Georgia Department of Labor will be at Lincoln County Family Connection, 115 Main Street, every first Tuesday of the month from 9 a.m. 12 p.m. More...

County closer to paving Goldman-Johnson Road

Paving Goldman-Johnson Road and running water lines to the area were on the agenda at the regular meeting of the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners held Thursday, December 8. More...

Board discusses new SPLOST; will receive $25,000 from game

Routine business was the order of the day at the regular meeting of the Lincoln County Board of Education held Tuesday, December 6. More...

Advance Disposal Services in process of delivering carts

In order to provide garbage pickup service starting the week of January 2, Advanced Disposal Services began delivering the 95-gallon wheeled garbage carts to Lincoln County residents on Monday, December 12. More...

upcoming issues of The Lincoln Journal

Due to the Christmas holidays, the deadline for news and advertisements to appear in the Thursday, December 22, issue of More...

Commemorative plaques attached

The City of Lincolnton is pleased to announce that all of the commemorative brass plaques have been attached to the benches and lampposts in the downtown area. More...

Editorial Page

While I More...

To the Editor

TO THE EDITOR With Christmas upon us, I am reminded of the wonderful Remembrance Service that was held by Rees Funeral Home the week before Thanksgiving at Lincolnton United Methodist Church. More...

People

Stella Hogan celebrates 100th birthday

Miss Stella Augusta Hogan reached her 100th birthday on November 26, 2005. She was born in the Agnes Community of Lincoln County in 1905 to Simeon Walton Hogan and Emily Hawes Hogan. She had six sisters and two brothers. More...

Mr. and Mrs. Stacey Alan Bramlett are proud to announce the birth of their son, Jason Alan, born Thursday, December 8, 2005 at Doctor More...

Bentley honored on eighth birthday with party at rain barn

Matthew Wood Bentley, son of Matt and Amberly Bentley, celebrated his eighth birthday on November 12, 2005 at the rain barn of Tommy and Nancy Dawkins. More...