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Promotion ceremony to be held at LCHS gymnasium May 20

The 11th Annual Eighth-Grade Promotion Ceremony will be held Tuesday, May 20, at 7 p.m. in the LCMS/ LCHS Gymnasium. More...

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Free safety inspection at Dorn Boat Ramp

The Thurmond Lake Sail & Power Squadron will be conducting free boat safety inspections and certifications 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Sat., May 17 at the Dorn Boat Ramp in McCormick. More...

Colonial Dames meet at Groves-May House April 26

The Fort James Chapter of Colonial Dames XVII Century met on April 26 at the Groves-May House in Lincolnton, GA. Mrs. Virginia White from Thomson presided. Dr. More...

May is Asthma Awareness Month

Each year local, national and international organizations join together to increase public understanding of asthma and the environmental factors that can trigger an attack. More...

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Leathersville News

..Marsha Mooney visited in the William Bentley home Wednesday morning. ..Mr. and Mrs. Barry Chastain and family visited Mrs. Irene Bailey Friday afternoon. ..Mr. and Mrs. William Bentley visited Mr. and Mrs. More...

Wolfe, Miller to exchange vows in service Sept. 20

Mr. and Mrs. John Clary Young of Crawfordville announce the engagement of their daughter, Amanda Danielle Wolfe of Washington, to Joshua Noel Miller, also of Washington, son of Mr. and Mrs. More...

Kitty Ball wins Charlie Norwood Scholarship

Catherine "Kitty" Ball won the first annual Charlie Norwood Scholarship at Lincoln County High School Awards Night. The West Point bound senior's essay on "How has the Republican Party changed and not changed since Abraham Lincoln" took top honors. More...

Scores beat CSRA averages; BOE calls for Medicare vote

The CSRA Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA) recently announced that the Lincoln County School System was the highest scoring system in its 13-county service area on the Georgia Fifth-Grade Writing Assessment. More...

County hears report on annual clean-up initiative

Volunteers picked up a total of 3,032 pounds of trash during "Peachy Clean Day," sponsored by the City of Lincolnton and the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners. More...

New postmaster

Lincolnton has a new postmaster! Al Mooney, the former postmaster for New Ellenton, South Carolina, assumed his duties at the Lincolnton Post Office Tuesday, May 6. More...

Opinions

Veterans monument should remain

TO THE EDITOR

TO THE EDITOR: The county courthouse is the most public of buildings in any county. It belongs to all the residents. More...

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Rate increases for Journal will take effect June 1

Effective June 1, 2008, there will be an increase in subscription rates for The Lincoln Journal. This marks the first rate increase in nine years. More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

No Scrabble in May The Scrabble Club which meets at the library will not meet in May because the books from the book sale will still be on display in the annex. Then the next Sunday is Mother's Day. We'll start up again in June. See you June 1! More...

Local leaders graduate from the Georgia Academy for Economic Dev.

The Board of the Georgia Academy for Economic Development announces the local graduates from the YEAR Region 7 Multi-Day Training Program. More...