September 25, 2008 RSS feed / News

Goldmans visit museum to view father's boots

Mark and Becky Goldman recently visited the Augusta Museum of History to view her father, Col. Clarence Manly's US Calvary boots which are currently on display along with a picture of him in the boots. More...

DHR informs beneficiaries of new medicare guidelines

The Department of Human Resources Division of Aging Services (DAS) GeorgiaCares program is informing Medicare beneficiaries of the new guidelines imposed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). More...

Top tips for painting your home

Painting the interior of your home can be one of the most rewarding and cost-effective ways to completely transform your living space. More...

Partnership accepts the Tourism Champion Award from governor

Sherry McKellar of the Lincoln County Development Authority and her tourism partners in the area were recognized for their efforts at the Governor's Tourism Conference held last week in Albany. More...

LCMS announces student council representatives and officers

The Lincoln County Middle School Student Council representatives and officers were recently elected. The LCMS Student Council is a school and community service organization which promotes school spirit as well as volunteerism in community events. More...

College & Career Corner

Student involvement essential to success My friend Will graduated from a large university, but he's an alumnus of two higher education institutions. More...

LCES menus

BREAKFAST THURSDAY, SEPT. 25 Pancake on a stick, syrup, juice, milk FRIDAY, SEPT. 26 Cereal, toast, juice, milk MONDAY, SEPT. 29 Cereal, toast, juice, milk TUESDAY, SEPT. More...

Follow these tips to get more go for your green

In the wake of Hurricane Ike, gasoline prices have surged to new highs. In Georgia, gas averages more than $4 a gallon, a record. More...

Georgia's unemployment rate in highest in 15 years

The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) reported today that the state's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose to 6.3 percent in August, the highest in 15 years. More...

Help replant trees in national forests destroyed by fire

The Arbor Day Foundation has unveiled a new campaign where those who join the tree-planting organization this month will help replant America's National Forests for future generations to enjoy. More...

Consumers get answers from Georgia Department of Agriculture

Prepared by the Georgia Department of Agriculture, Office of Public Affairs Tommy Irvin, Commissioner Call Consumer Q's Hotline at 1-800- 282-5852 Consumer Alert/Recall: More...

LCMS/HS menus

BREAKFAST THURSDAY, SEPT. 25 Sausage, biscuit, grits, juice, milk FRIDAY, SEPT. 26 Chicken, biscuit, grits, juice, milk MONDAY, SEPT. 29 Sausage pancake on a stick, oatmeal, juice, milk TUESDAY, SEPT. More...

Early voting in General Election underway at The Lincoln Center

Thanks to a change in voting laws, Lincoln County voters began casting their historic votes for President and Vice President of the United States on Monday, September 22. More...

Williams reminds electors they can split their vote

With voting underway for the November presidential election, election officials and local candidates want everybody to know that it is legal and perfectly normal to "split your vote" on the ballot. More...

Know the right kind of help to offer in a diaster

When disaster strikes neighbors, as it did to Georgia's this month in Louisiana and Mississippi, people naturally want to rush to help. That's not always the best idea, say disaster experts with the University of Georgia. More...

Enjoy outdoor accessories all year-round

The beautiful new urns on your deck or patio were a sight to behold this summer. Overflowing with brightly colored flowers, they brought you pleasure all season. More...

Unfiltered water is rushing into state's streams

Each day, more of Georgia gets covered in concrete. This development affects traffic and eats up agricultural land. Now, in North Georgia especially, it's affecting the water system, says a University of Georgia expert. More...

ACS tells women that early detection is critical to surviving breast cancer

During National Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, the American Cancer Society reminds women that early detection is the key to surviving breast cancer. If caught early, the breast cancer survival rate is 98 percent. More...