May 11, 2006 RSS feed / News

NASCAR comes to THS

The excitement of NASCAR comes to Thomson High School during the American Cancer Society Relay for Life event. More...

Historical society members spend day touring sites in Thomson

The Lincoln County Historical Society enjoyed a full day of the past and present during a tour of historic sites in Thomson, Ga. More...

Beware of Medicare drug plan scams

(SPM Wire) Georgia seniors and their families are being warned to be wary of scam artists who may try to take advantage of confusion about the new Medicare Prescription Drug coverage benefit. More...

Emergency physicians offer summer travel safety tips

Gas prices are on the rise, but that won't stop millions of Americans from hitting the highways this vacation season, beginning with the Memorial Day weekend. More...

OKRA EXTENDER

You can prolong the storage life of fresh okra by dipping it in 500 ppm of ascorbic acid for 5 minutes, say experts with the University of Georgia Extension Service. This is about the same as dissolving 500 mg of vitamin C in a quart of water. More...

Rare infection found in Ga.

A recent outbreak of a rare eye infection has caused concern among many contact lens wearers in Georgia, but the head of the Georgia Optometric Association says that the risk of obtaining the infection is slight if those who wear contact lenses take More...

Leathersville News

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Crosby, B.J. and Bailey have been visitors of Mrs. Marcia Weaver and Allen Weaver. More...

A brave fella!

Alma Amason took along a copy of The Lincoln Journal More...

Needs a home

Buffy needs a loving home. If you have one, please call 706-359-6611. More...

Consumers get answers from department of agriculture

Consumer Alert/Recall: The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Sycamore Kids, Inc., announced a voluntary recall of following consumer product. More...

How to get better gas milage

(SPM Wire) With gas prices seemingly soaring into the stratosphere, the volume of advertising is increasing for "gas-saving" products, designed to appeal to consumers looking for ways to improve fuel efficiency. More...