July 6, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Tips for fireworks photography

With the "Thunder Over Thurmond" fireworks extravaganza set for Saturday, July 8, at 9:30 p.m., many shutterbugs are wondering just what they need to do to get the best photographs possible. More...

News

Johnda Bennett select as member of GSU SOAR team

Georgia Southern University student Johnda Bennett of Lincolnton was selected as a member of Southern's Orientation Advisement and Registration (SOAR) team. More...

VA adds maps to online gravesite locator

The grave locations of more than three million veterans and dependents buried in national cemeteries can be found more easily now because the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has added maps of burial sections online that can be printed from home c More...

Tips to avoid jet lag; drowsy driving during summer travel

because you'll feel more rested during the daytime." More...

People

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT KAITLYN D. JENKINS

Latisha Jenkins and William Smith of Lincolnton are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Kaitlyn Danielle Jenkins, born June 9, 2006 at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, Ga. More...

DIVIDE PERENNIALS

Divide springand early-summerflowering perennials after the blooms fade, say experts with the University of Georgia Extension Service. Instead of severing the clump in half, try jiggling the roots apart with two sharp spading forks. More...

Winner of garage make-over

Crystal Corey (third from right) recently won a $7,000 garage package in a contest sponsored by Bull 107.5, an Augusta radio station. More...

Public Notices

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING LINCOLN COUNTY PROJECT COMPLETION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT CDBG #03p-y-090-1-2856

Lincoln County has completed its FY 2003 CDBG project, CDBG #03p-y-090-1-2856. The following activity was completed: More...

Anniversary celebration at ECSP; historical drama to be performed

Elijah Clark State Park will celebrate the Georgia State Park System's 75th anniversary and the park's 53rd anniversary on Saturday, July 8. More...

Thunder Over Thurmond fireworks display July 8

All eyes will be on the sky as "Thunder Over Thurmond's" fireworks extravaganza gets underway at 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 8. More...

Editorial Page

Can you afford to switch careers?

Peering outside your cubicle, it's often hard to tell if the grass is greener on the other side. You may be bored, in need of a fresh start or you've outgrown your job. More...

Enrichment class

Faith Tabernacle Church will present a community Spiritual Enrichment Class at the fuel dock #1 located in the yard of Roy Hunter Trucking, Inc., 2425 Leathersville Rd., every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. More...

Learning to swim is a must for summer safety

Now that school's out for the summer, many youngsters are headed for the pool for fun and to beat the heat. But, caution and a few common sense safety tips can prevent a summer tradition from becoming tragic. More...

Opinions

College and Career Corner

You may have seen one of the many news stories this spring about what a tough year it was for college admissions- how more students were denied admission or wait-listed than ever before. More...

Worship

St. Luke Baptist Church More...

MIND AND MACHINERY

It is an elementary fact of our civilization that man has the ability to discover ore in the earth and transform that ore into a piece of complex equipment. More...

ABUNDANT LIFE CHURCH OF GOD: Chamberlain Ferry Rd.; 359-2922 Pastor: Philip Kinney; ; More...

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...

ACS offers RtoR prog.

The American Cancer Society now offers its Road to Recovery program to cancer patients in Lincoln County who need transportation to and from their treatments, free of charge. More...

GDL here on Tues.

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...