September 25, 2008 RSS feed / Editorial Page

Putting investigation to rest

TO THE EDITOR I can not explain the pride I felt for my family, my community, and myself a number of years ago when I was honored with an appointment as the first African American citizen to become a Magistrate Judge for Lincoln County. More...

Seeing clearly

TO THE EDITOR I would like to publicly thank Mr. Allen Walker, Dr. Randall Edmunds, and the Lincolnton Lions Club for their recent help. Due to their generosity, I have eyeglasses now and I'm able to see clearly! More...

Classifieds

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Across The Savannah

Remembering James Dickey

Before I read Deliverance or saw the movie, I heard James Dickey read from his novel at USC's Longstreet Theater in 1974. He cut a wide swath through Columbia, made enemies, and people liked to bash him. He made it easy. More...

Tax whiners at it again

TO THE EDITOR: The tax whiners are at it again. I would like to think these people are innately stupid, but what they are is deceitful when it comes to telling the truth about property taxes in Lincoln County. More...

Online edition goes pay-per-view

Rising website design and hosting costs have forced The Lincoln Journal to go to a paid subscription module for its online edition, effective October 1. More...

Dear Hearts & Gentle People

I had a long telephone conversation yesterday with a friend of mine from Alabama. More...