April 6, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Holy Week Services

Community Holy Week Services will be held Monday through Friday, April 10-14, at various churches throughout Lincoln County. More...

Red Devil Diamondmen post 2-1 record in region play

In spite of bringing their bats to Greene County but leaving their defensive game at home, the Red Devil Diamondmen defeated the Tigers 16-11 Monday, April 3. More...

Where is everybody?

Ahhh, spring break...endless days of sleeping until noon, living on fast food, playing computer games, soaking up sunshine at the lake, watching re-runs of the "Dukes of Hazzard," and of course, talking on cell phones. More...

Spanish Honor Society inductees

The following students were recently inducted into the Spanish Honor Society at LCHS: (front row, l-r) Janelle Dukes, Amanda Gay, Logan Rhodes, Cody Davis, Nik Spens, Aldan O%27Neill, Shantegra Harris, Kimber Kirkland, Hannah Crook, Whitley Arrowood, More...

News

Georgia's new fishing regulations now available

The new 2006-2007 Georgia Sport Fishing Regulations now are available on the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) website at www.gofishgeorgia.com , at WRD offices and at fishing license retailers around the stat More...

Leathersville News

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lagroon of McCormick, S.C. visited Mrs. Irene Bailey Monday morning of last week. More...

Some of your income may be tax exempt

(SPM Wire) Generally, most income you receive is taxable. But there are some situations when certain types of income are only partially taxed, or better yet, not taxed at all. More...

People

Cunningham honored by family and friends with birthday cookout

LizBeth Breanne Cunningham celebrated her first birthday, at home, on January 22, 2006 with a cookout with family and friends. The theme was First Birthday Princess. More...

Glaze was guest speaker at regular meeting of L-WREA

Mrs. Charlie M. Glaze, director of the Lincoln County Senior Citizen Program, was the guest speaker at the regular monthly meeting of the Lincoln Wilkes Retired Educators Association that was held at the Lincoln County Library March 9, 2006. More...

Consumers get answers from Ga. Department of Agriculture

Prepared by the Georgia Department of Agriculture, Office of Public Affairs Tommy Irvin, Commissioner. Call Consumer Q%27s hotline at 1-800282-5852. More...

Mayor seeks public input on water management plan

Lincolnton Mayor Dwaine Biggerstaff will have a role in developing a statewide water plan in conjunction with the 2004 Comprehensive Statewide Water Management Plan Act which was drafted to support a far-reaching vision for water resource management More...

Johnson releases first gospel, blues, jazz CD

It seems as if Lincoln County has produced more talented musicians per capita than almost any other place on Earth. More...

In high speed pursuit!

The Lincoln County Sheriff%27s Office recently took delivery of a 2006 Dodge Charger patrol car. The car has a state-of-the-art radar system, rear-wheel drive, and a 365 horsepower Hemi engine. More...

IRS forming TAP committee

The IRS is looking for individuals who wish to make a positive contribution to the tax administration system by serving as a member of the agency%27s Taxpayer Advocacy Panel More...

City Council hires Ginger Dawkins as zoning administrator

The Lincolnton City Council selected Ginger Dawkins to serve as its new zoning administrator at a called meeting held Thursday, March 30, at City Hall. More...

Giving back to the community

Employees of EPC Orkin of North Augusta were at the Lincoln County Historical Park last week treating the Groves-May House and the Doctor%27s Office for termites - free of charge. The chemicals for the project were donated by BASF and Nissus. More...

Editorial Page

At just what point did we lose control? And mark my words, we have. More...

The Week in Washington

By Congressman Charlie Norwood

On Monday, March 27, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee voted 12-6 to grant blanket amnesty to all illegal immigrants in the United States, and to allow vastly expanded access to America by more foreign workers in the future. More...

Plants need examinations and treatments to help prolong life

When is the last time your yard had a check-up? Just like people plants need periodic examinations and treatments to help prolong their health. Plant health care (PHC) is a vital part of landscape management. 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...