June 1, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Police will be cracking down on loud music in city limits

Police Chief Jim Justice reported that his office will be cracking down on loud music in the City of Lincolnton. More...

Recovering from surgery

Nolan Arrowood, who suffers from polycystic kidney disease, has long been in need of a kidney transplant, but no one in his family had a kidney that was a match. More...

Special delivery

Magor General David Poythress arrives in Lincolnton aboard a Blackhawk helicopter in time for Memorial Day services held at the courthouse. More...

Local residents to appear in plays at WLT June 2 and 4

The Washington Little Theater's Summer Drama Camp culminates June 2 and 4 with performances of "101 Dalmatians" and "Don't Say 'Macbeth'." More...

Grade-level contest winners

Grade-level winners in the local "Smokey Bear Poster Contest" are pictured here with Smokey during the Honor's Day assembly held Thursday, May 18, at LCES. More...

News

Checks to be issued for Farmers' Market program

It is that time of year again, for the WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program. More...

Special program and covered dish dinner planned for June 1

The Lincoln County Historical Society will meet Thurs., June 1, 6:30 p.m. at the May House. A special program and covered dish dinner are planned. More...

Pine Needle Garden Club receives Standard of Excellence Award

The Garden Club of Georgia, Inc. held its 78th Annual Meeting April 19 21 at Atlanta's Crown Plaza Ravinia. The theme of the convention, Kaleidoscope II, energized members to show their colors in their own unique way. More...

Obituaries

Vivian C. Carter

Vivian C. Carter, 57, of Worth County, entered into rest on Saturday, May 20, 2006 at the Medical College of Georgia Hospital in Augusta. More...

Lucille M. Nelms

Lucille McKettrick Nelms, 88, of Crawford, Ga., entered into rest on Tuesday, May 23, 2006 at Athens Regional Medical Center. More...

Public Notices

LEGALS

NOTICE Probate Court of Lincoln County Re: Petition of George Alvin Cox for discharge as Administrator of the estate of Doris Elizabeth Smalley Cox, deceased. More...

Sanders cautions residents to beware of Social Security scam

Local residents need to be more cautious than ever before about giving out personal information over the telephone, according to Dennis Sanders, district attorney for the Toombs Judicial Circuit. More...

Resident's urged to donate spare change to Hunger Walk

The "Lincoln County Hunger Walk" is set for Tuesday, June 6, beginning at 10 a.m. at the LCHS Gymnasium. More...

Smokey Bear Poster Contest winner

Bonnie Arledge, a second-grader at LCES, captured first place in her grade level in the local, district, state, and regional "Smokey Bear Poster Contest," sponsored by the National Garden Clubs, Inc., the Garden Clubs of Georgia, and the Lincolnton P More...

School system designated as SACS' Super System

The Lincoln County School System recently received special recognition from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools' (SACS) Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (CASI). More...

Ministry seeks donations

Organizers of the 16th Annual "River of Life," hosted by the Lincolnton United Methodist Church, are seeking paint, building materials, shingles, and/or financial donations. More...

Mr. LCMS winners

The winners of the Mr. LCMS Contest held recently in the school auditorium were: (l-r) Izelius Ferguson, Mr. Sixth Grade; Devante Starks, Mr. Seventh Grade; Taivious McGahee, Mr. Eighth Grade; and Trey Burt, Mr. LCMS. More...

Chamber will host pageant June 3 in LCHS auditorium

The Lincoln County Little Mr. and Miss Pageant will take place Saturday, June 3, at 7 p.m. in the LCHS Auditorium. More...

Spanish Honor Society makes donations

Donations were recently made to the Lincoln County Food Pantry and to the victims of Hurricane Katrina by the Spanish Honor Society at LCHS. More...

Editorial Page

Monday marked another day in the long history of remembering our nation's fallen heroes. In a world where so many so-called holidays are nothing but blatant commercialism Memorial Day is definitely a keeper. More...

Consumers get answers from department of agriculture

Consumer Alert: Agriculture Commissioner says TV movie may mislead public on the facts about avian influenza. More...

People

Causey celebrates first birthday with Elmo party May 17

Reese Karla Causey, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Tim Causey, turned one year old on May 17, 2006. She was guest of honor at an Elmo themed party given for by her grandparent's, Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney. More...

Three from here receive degrees

Catherine Anne Cox, Jonathan Matthew Goolsby and Andrew Price Smalley received degrees from Georgia Southern University during spring commencement. More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

VBS at St. Luke St. Luke Baptist Church will have Vacation Bible School June 5 through June 9 from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Youth Day will be June 11. Everyone is invited. More...