June 8, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Local teens injured in one-car accident Sunday on Hwy. 220

Two teenagers are hospitalized as the result of a one-car accident that occurred at approximately 1:35 p.m. on Sunday, June 4, about two miles east of the Thomson Highway on Highway 220. More...

Little Mr. and Miss Pageant winners

The winners of the Little Mr. and Miss Pageant held Saturday, June 3, in the LCHS Auditorium were: (l-r) More...

Amanda Scott receives TIP scholarship from Duke Univ.

Amanda Scott, a rising tenthgrader at LCHS, has received a $2,100 scholarship in conjunction with the Duke University Talent Identification (TIP) Program. More...

Junior Beta Club inductees

The following students were recently inducted into the LCMS Junior More...

News

Good penmanship

Honor's Day assemblies were held at LCES Wednesday, May 17, More...

Tabernacle Youth Conference to be held at church June 9-10

Tabernacle Baptist Church will host is first Youth Conference June 9 10. The first worship service will be on Friday night beginning at 7 p.m. Adults as well as youth are invited this night. More...

New voting laws now in effect

Secretary of State Cathy Cox recently announced the beginning of the absentee voting period for the upcoming July 18th General Primary and reminded Georgians of a new law that removes all restrictions on absentee voting by mail. More...

People

Booker graduates from Voorhees College May 13

Angoneckia D. Booker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Booker of Washington and Mr. and Mrs. Anrickie Parks of Lincolnton, graduated from Voorhees College in Denmark, S.C. on Saturday, May 13. More...

Beggs graduates from Barbara's Daycare May 19

Jenny Beggs, daughter of Mike and Elaine Beggs, was an honor graduate during graduation ceremonies held May 19, 2006 at Barbara's Family Daycare. More...

Hailey Grace Ross celebrates first birthday at home

Hailey Grace Ross celebrated her first birthday with a party at her home in Fayetteville, Georgia. More...

Proposed subdivision asks city for help with sewerage

The Lincolnton City Council heard a request by Wade Family Properties for sewer lines to be run from the city's waste water treatment plant on Old Petersburg Road to "The Village at Soap Creek," a proposed subdivision on the McCormick Highway. More...

Law enforcement turns up the HEAT on speed demons

The Lincolnton Police Department and the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office have launched a concerted effort to deter speeding in the county by participating in "100 Days of Summer H.E.A.T." (Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic), a highway safety More...

State FBLA winners

Seventeen FBLA (Future Business of America Leaders) members from More...

Leadership Lincoln graduates are guests of honor at luncheon

The Leadership Lincoln Class of 2006 was honored at a graduation luncheon held recently at First Assembly of God's Family Life Center. More...

Deadine to register to vote in General Primary is June 19

The deadline to register to vote in the General Primary Election, set for Tuesday, July 18, is Monday, June 19. More...

Editorial Page

Ga. State Patrol investigates one accident here

State Troopers from the Washington Post of the Georgia State Patrol investigated one traffic crash during the month of May in Lincoln County. Sergeant First Class Durden said the traffic crash resulted in two injuries. More...

News for Families & Consumers

Storing kitchen staples

Are you ever afraid to open your cupboard doors and look too closely? Do you wonder if that flour, sugar, baking powder or baking soda should be thrown out even if they look okay? Do they ever get too old to use? More...

By: Elizabeth Estes

The library's summer reading program is now underway at the library. The program includes children who have not yet been in the first grade through kids who are not yet seniors in high school. The dates for the program are May 19 through July 28. More...

Obituaries

William Terry King

Mr. William Terry King, 54, of Comanche Circle, entered into rest on Wednesday, May 31, 2006 at his residence. More...

Worship

Experience rebirth

The spring season signals a new life cycle as the plant and animal kingdoms begin to regenerate themselves and their species. The new warmth and beauty of this special time is welcomed everywhere. More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Vacation Bible School will be held VBS at Tabernacle More...