September 7, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Remembering Hannah Clark

A special ceremony commemorating the 179th anniversary of the death of Hannah Clark, wife of Revolutionary War hero Elijah Clark, was held Saturday, August 26, at Elijah Clark State Park. A portion of Mrs. More...

News

Johanns focuses USDA programs to aid drought stricken regions

Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns recently announced during a visit to South Dakota $780 million in assistance to help farmers and ranchers manage drought and weather related production challenges. More...

Community members participate in infection control course Aug. 19

Members of our local community attended an Occupational Safety and Health Administration approved Infection Control course conducted by Office of Homeland Security - GEMA at the Lincoln County Department of Public Safety on August 19. More...

L-W REA to meet

The Lincoln-Wilkes Retired Educators Association will meet at the Mary Wills Library, 204 East Liberty St. in Washington on Thurs., Sept. 14 at 11 a.m. Please bring your copy of the LWREA Constitution and Bylaws. More...

Obituaries

Johnny Dupree Poteat Jr.

Mr. Johnny Dupree Poteat Jr., 67, of 1747 Bethany Church Rd., entered into rest on Sunday September 3, 2006 at Wills Memorial Hospital, Washington, Ga. More...

Worship

First Assembly of God

   More...

The Music Makers

Recent times have seen a new popularity in country music and gospel music throughout the country. Generally, these music forms are played and sung by those without formal training in the art who enjoy using the talents that God has given them. More...

Let us Go Into the House of the Lord

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

Bluegrass festival to be held at Elijah Clark Park

The Sixth Annual "Elijah Clark Bluegrass Festival" will be held Friday, September 15, through Sunday, September 17, at Elijah Clark State Park. More...

Little hands help a lot!

Kaitlyn Howard, 7, was presented with a certificate of recognition on Friday, September 1, for her volunteer work at Classic Re-Runs this summer. More...

Editorial Page

An e-mail from my South Carolina cousin included the latest list of musthaves for the upcoming fashion season as published in the August 21 issue of the New York Times. More...

Pine straw is more a blessing

Georgia pines have started raining pine straw early this year. And yes, somebody has to rake it all up. But pine straw can be more of a blessing than a chore, said University of Georgia specialist Bob Westerfield. More...

Consumers get answers from Georgia Dept. of Agriculture

Prepared by the Georgia Department of Agriculture, Office of Public Affairs, Tommy Irvin, Commissioner. More...

People

Jeana Marie O'Neill weds Bert Steed Aycock Aug. 6

Jeana Marie O'Neill and Bert Steed Aycock of Lincolnton, were united in marriage in an impressive double-ring ceremony Saturday, August 5, 2006 at 4:00 p.m. at New Hope Baptist Church in Lincolnton. Reverend Terry Joyner of Lincolnton officiated. More...

ANDREW MICHAEL BELL Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bell of Augusta are proud to announce the birth of their son, Andrew Michael, born Friday, July 21, 2006 at St. Joseph Hospial in Augusta, Georgia. More...

Looking for talent

Lincoln County's got talent and it will be a great asset to the Pioneer Day festivities on Nov. 18, 2006 at the Historical Park. 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...