November 22, 2007 RSS feed / People

Cheerleading clinic at Clemson

Mackenzie Matthews and Hannah Bryant cheered at the Clemson vs. Wake Forest game on Saturday November 10. The girls participated in day long clinic in Clemson that was hosted by the Tiger cheerleaders and the Rally Cat dancers. More...

Ten LCHS choral students attend honor chorus event

Ten Lincoln County High School choral students attended the Georgia Music Educators Association District 10 Honor Chorus event on Monday, November 5, 2007. The event was held at the First Baptist Church of Augusta. More...

Looking for owner

Found: Young male Rotweiler. Soap Creek area, off 220. Recovering from minor injuries. Wants to go home.706-359-1850. More...

Training courses

The American Red Cross of Augusta will hold Babysitter Training courses on Dec. 28, 2007 at the Columbia County Library, 7702 Evans Town Center Blvd., from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. More...

William Thomas McWhorter, IV

William Thomas McWhorter, IV Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas McWhorter, III are proud to announce the birth of their son, William Thomas, born October 15, 2007, at University Hospital. More...

European travelers

Sue Hill, Tonya Hill, and Claudia Jersey took along a copy of The Lincoln Journal to Athens, Greece. They stopped off in Rome, Italy where they are pictured in from of the Constantine Arch and the Coliseum. More...

FOL seeks home canned goods

Friends of the Library is hoping to provide an outlet for homemade canned goods at a booth at the library on December 1 when they have their semi-annual book sale. More...

Lee Robinson recognized at tournament

LCHS debate coach Lee Robinson received the Richard Bracknell Cup for Outstanding Commitment at the Winfield Scott Debate Tournament on October 13, 2007. More...

Garrard attends WWII museum and conference in New Orleans

The National World War II Museum in New Orleans held a conference and exhibit entitled "Duty, Honor, Country: When Baseball Went to War" during the veterans day weekend, November 9 - 11. More...

Food for Thought

What you eat affects how you feel, how you look and how healthy you are. Eating healthy foods gives you more energy and lowers your risk of serious diseases. Here are some of the ways food affects your body and your health. More...