June 29, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Muffler mishap

At approximately 3 p.m. on Monday, June 19, a 1998 Chevrolet S-10 More...

DOT produces state's first large print map

The Georgia Department of Transportation (DOT) has produced the state's first-ever large print map. More...

Newspaper sponsors its second photo contest

Get out your Nikons, dust off your memory cards, and break out the creativity - More...

As American as apple pie!

One of the highlights of the Thunder Over Thurmond More...

News

Watermelon Waddle Fun Run and Walk to be held Aug. 12

The 2nd Annual Watermelon Waddle Fun Run/Walk will be held on Sat., Aug. More...

Leathersville News

Ryan Timmerman of Greenville, S.C., spent Friday night with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Bentley. More...

Parham completes week-long training program at UGA

Ginger Parham, Administrator of the Lincolnton-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce recently completed an intensive week-long nonprofit leadership training program entitled Institute for Organization Management (Institute), held June 18-22, 2006, at th More...

People

Willis named to Dean's List at Univ. of Georgia

Catherine Chelsey Willis was recently named to the Dean's List for the University of Georgia. More...

Touring the Biltmore

Larry and Louise Rice are shown with The Lincoln Journal More...

Smith celebrates sixth birthday on two occasions

Dehstiny Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tracy Smith, was six years old on June 18. More...

City votes 3-2 to raise H2O rates; mayor will conduct cost analysis

The Lincolnton City Council voted 3-2 to raise water rates at a called meeting held Wednesday, June 21, at City Hall. More...

Bass tournament kicks off Thunder Over Thurmond

The Fifth Annual "Thunder Over Thurmond" Independence Day Celebration will kick off with an Open Team Bass Tournament on Saturday, July 1. More...

Log jam

A log truck, owned by Lincoln Lumber and driven by Bradley Holt, 46, More...

Local law enforcement takes part in OZT

The Lincolnton Police Department and the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office have announced that they are participating in "Operation Zero Tolerance (OZT)," a statewide effort to reduce the number of traffic related injuries caused by people using alcoho More...

Cassie Smith receives state citizenship award

Cassie Smith, a 2006 honor graduate of LCHS, recently received an "Excellence in Citizenship Award" from Secretary of State Cathy Cox. More...

Editorial Page

The Week in Washington

Georgia is one of a minority of states that has lived under the full federal controls of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 for the last four decades. More...

Chamber calendar of events

Please keep in mind the upcoming events: June 30 More...

To the Editor

Many thanks!

TO THE EDITOR Please accept my gratitude for the treatment I have received from the Journal during my campaign for district two commissioner. More...

Obituaries

Dorothy Stripling Dunford

Mrs. Dorothy Stripling Dunford, 88, of S. Peachtree Street, entered into rest on Saturday, June 24, 2006 at her home. More...

Sherrill Hamrick Jr.

Mr. Sherrill Hamrick, Jr., 72, of Pisgah Road, North Augusta, S.C., entered into rest on Thursday, June 22, 2006. More...

Stella A. Hogan

Miss Stella Augusta Hogan, 100, of Lincolnton, entered into rest on Thursday, June 22, 2006 at University Hospital in Augusta, Ga. More...

Public Notices

LEGALS

ADVANCED DISPOSAL NOTICE: CHANGES FOR TRASH PICKUP SERVICES More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

TIA Helping Hand The original Clothes Closet, located on Firetower Rd., has reopened, now as T.I.A. Community Helping Hand. All proceeds will go toward the Lincoln County Food Pantry and emergency needs of the community, 50/50. More...