August 31, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

We see the elephant!

Yes, The Lincoln Journal sees the big elephant in the middle of the living room. More...

Early deadline

In the August 17 issue of The Lincoln Journal, it was reported that Christopher Noel Hardy, 24, of Lincolnton was charged with burglary. More...

News

Watson-Brown Foundation awards $30,000 in college scholarshipsto Lincoln County students

As college classes begin for the fall semester, 10 students from Lincoln County received a boost in financial assistance. More...

Irvin announces disaster designation for Georgia

Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Tommy Irvin announced today that U.S. More...

Square dance lessons begin in Sept.

The Savannah Lakes Promenaders Square Dance Club is hosting an open house on Tuesday, September 12th from 7 - 9 p.m. at the SLV Activity Center. More...

People

Bryant celebrates birthday

Hannah Bryant celebrated her twelfth birthday with a party on Saturday, August 26. More...

Walker descendants gather for reunion at Fishing Creek Baptist

Descendants of Daniel Lumpkin Walker and Margaret Elizabeth Stephenson Walker met at Fishing Creek Baptist Church on Sunday, August 20, 2006 for their annual reunion. More...

Miller celebrates first birthday with Elmo party Aug. 12

Cole Jake Miller, son of Corey and Linda Miller, celebrated his first birthday with an Elmo party on August 12, 2006. His actual birthday was August 9. More...

Worship

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

Mister Banjo

Let us Go Into the House of the Lord

The happy sound of banjo music brings enjoyment to all within earshot. And, More...

Governor meets with state and local leaders in Lincoln County

Governor Sonny Perdue and First Lady Mary Perdue visited Lincoln County Wednesday, August 23, to meet with members of the Clark's Hill Lake Partnership of Georgia. More...

Dog and cat owners will get a break when sterilizing pets

The news is good for pet owners - Georgia's Dog and Cat Sterilization Program (DCSP) will be re-instated on Friday, September 1, according to Tommy Irvin, Georgia commissioner of agriculture. More...

Red Devil fans encouraged to attend pep rally Sept. 7

It's time for all Red Devil fans to dig their noise makers out of the closet, dust off the old stadium seats, and get their red and white wardrobes cleaned and pressed in preparation for another fall filled with great football! More...

Editorial Page

President Bush's historic education reform bill, No Child Left Behind, is a lofty goal that seeks to have every child in school on grade level by the year 2014, mainly by increased testing of students. More...

Chamber Chatter

Committee meets for planning of festival

Can you hear the sound of holiday bells? Can you smell the scent of cinnamon, pumpkin, and cedar? If you can, then, like us here at the chamber of commerce, you are preparing for the most festive time of year the holidays. More...

Sports

Lincoln County's Mighty Big Red

I'm a thriller who will thrill you on Friday nights More...

Midget Mite Cowboy cheerleaders

The Lincoln County Midget Mite Cowboy cheerleaders for 2006 are, front row, (l-r): Kaylee Clary, Hannah Bryant, Emily Williams, Sadie Partridge, Amanda Sims, Alaytra Olivia, Dakota Lorenzen, Annah Crook, Amanda Bentley, and Aeriell Corbett; back row: More...

Midget Mite Raider cheerleaders

The Lincoln County Midget Mite Raider cheerleaders for 2006 are, front row, (l-r): Kaitlyn Tate, Jennifer Reid, Kaitlyn Helton, Miranda Beale, Hannah Hollimon, Brooke Lyons, Paige Carpenter, Morgan Easter, and Chelsea Davis; back row: Brittany Harmon More...

Obituaries

Obituaries Robert Lee McGee

Mr. Robert Lee McGee, 74 of Amity Woodlawn Rd. died Friday, August 25, 2006 at his residence. More...

Public Notices

REZONING REQUEST The Lincoln County Planning Commission will hold its regularly scheduled meeting in the Commissioners' Conference Room, Lincoln County Courthouse, at 210 Humphrey Street, Lincolnton, Georgia on September 11, 2006 at 5:30 p.m. 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...