November 1, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Ribbon cutting ceremony held at Hero

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Thursday, October 25, to mark the opening of Hero Metal Furniture Company's new distribution center. More...

News

Drought conditions expected to continue into spring 2008

Drought conditions are expected to continue across much of Georgia through spring 2008 and may expand into southeast Georgia by spring. More...

Chamber Calendar

.. November 2 - Lincoln County vs. Twiggs County 7:30 p.m., away. .. November 9 - Lincoln County vs. GMC 7:30 p.m., home. .. November 6 - City of Lincolnton Historic Preservation Commission Meeting 7 p.m., City Hall. .. More...

Cong. Broun announces launch of official website

Congressman Paul Broun today announced the public launch of his official House of Representatives website. More...

People

LCHS names student to honor roll for nine weeks

Lincoln County High School is proud to announce those students named to the Honor Roll for the first nine weeks. More...

Bussey celebrates second birthday with cookout Oct. 28

Braylon Bussey, son of Chad and Joy Bussey, celebrated his second birthday at a cookout given in his honor at his residence on October 28, 2007. Family and friends enjoyed hotdogs, hamburgers, cake, and ice cream. More...

A trip out west

John and Kitten Pavlich and Katy and Bill Lamb of Lincolnton, took along a copy of The Lincoln Journal while visiting Colorado. This photo was taken in front of an old train in Silverton, Colorado. More...

Lonnie Martin selected as grand marshal of parade

Lonnie Martin has been selected as the grand marshal of the 2007 Lincolnton Holiday Parade which will be held Saturday, December 1, beginning at 4:30 p.m. More...

Activities planned for Homecoming Week at LCHS

Homecoming Week at LCHS and LCMS shifts into high gear on Monday, November 5. Sponsored by the LCHS Student Council, Homecoming Week will feature a class banner contest and of course, "Dress Days. More...

Residents gain an extra hour of sleep Sun.

Local residents are reminded to set their clocks back one hour when daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 4. Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner John W. More...

Opinions

Dear Hearts and Gentle People

Since my column is outrageously popular, especially among the hundreds who hate it, I'm told I am looked upon as somewhat of a sage in the community. More...

A real good excuse

While recovering from an illness quiet a while back, I found myself "rambling" through things that in the past I felt were worth saving. I found the following absentee slip that was dated November 2, 1977. More...

Keep pets safe

TO THE EDITOR These pet owners in Lincoln County need to take responsibility for their pets. Keep them confined on your property. It's hunting season now so if you love them, take care of them. ! JEANETTE KITCHENS More...

Sports

Devils leave stunned Screamers defeated 14-7

The Red Devils reaffirmedeveryone's trust last Friday night against the Warren County Screaming Devils. The game was played at Buddy Bufford Field with many people believing it would be the Red Devils' first loss of the season. More...

Obituaries

Bernard Alexander O'Neill

Bernard Alexander O'Neill, 77, beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend, entered the presence of his Lord on October 15, 2007 at University Hospital. More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Mobile mammography The University Mobile Mammography Unit will be at the Lincoln County Health Department Nov. 20 and Dec. 11. Screening mammograms for women age 40 and above are usually covered by private insurance and Medicare. More...