October 2, 2008 RSS feed / News

Christian women's retreat to be held at CDM Nov. 7-9

Ladies, are you in need of some time to retreat? Are you looking for a renewal of your spirit? A deepening of your walk of faith? Some good ole' fashioned girl time? If you answered yes to any of these questions then you need to act fast! More...

FOL's keepsake calender is dedicated to Dianne Poteat

When copies of the Friends of the Lincoln County Library's (FOL) keepsake calendar for 2009 arrived, Dianne Poteat, genealogy librarian, was shocked to learn that her photograph appeared on the dedication page. More...

LCMS/HS menus

BREAKFAST THURSDAY, OCT. 2 Sausage, biscuit, grits, juice, milk FRIDAY, OCT. 3 Chicken, biscuit, grits, juice, milk MONDAY, OCT. 6 Sausage pancake on a stick, oatmeal, juice, milk TUESDAY, OCT. More...

FBLA students travel to Macon for rally

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) traveled to Macon to attend the 2008 FBLA Fall Motivational Rally on Sept 25. Twenty eightFuture Business Leaders of America (FBLA) students accompanied Mrs. More...

Georgia gopher frog project filmed for PBS nature series

They may not have the most photogenic mug, but Georgia's gopher frogs are making the jump to television. More...

Barbecue sauce being recalled

A barbecue sauce is being recalled for ingredients not listed on the label. More...

Consumers get answers from Ga. 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. More...

New Hope to host welcome dinner for new pastor

New Hope Baptist Church will host a welcome dinner for its new pastor, Tom Kalliokoski and his wife, Debby, on Sunday, October 5 in the church social hall immediately following the morning worship service. More...

Democrats to meet at library

The Democratic Party meeting will be held at the Lincoln County Library on Mon., Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. Angelia and Tasso Knight will be the guest speakers. More...

Know wild mushrooms before eating them

Mushrooms are popping up as a result of the rainfall brought to the state by recent tropical storms. Many look just like the ones in grocery stores, but a University of Georgia expert warns they may not be safe to eat. More...

Be a Cheer Devil for a day or two

If your daughter is ages 3 through eighth grade and would like to be a Cheer Devil for a day, contact Britt McKinney at 706-359-3121. More...

Wild Facts: Inside the Itch

The phrase "leaves of three, let it be" helps people identify and avoid poison ivy. This woody vine creeps across the ground and often climbs, sometimes growing branches that look like part of a tree. More...

Speech and debate team have outstanding performance at WRHS

The Lincoln County High School speech and debate team are to be congratulated for an outstanding performance at the Warner Robins High School Forensics Tournament on Friday and Saturday. More...

Agriculture & Natural Resources

All over the state of Georgia fair season is well under way. More...

LCES menus

BREAKFAST THURSDAY, OCT. 2 Pizza, juice, milk FRIDAY, OCT. 3 Cereal, toast, juice, milk MONDAY, OCT. 6 Cereal, toast, juice, milk TUESDAY, OCT. 7 Chicken, biscuit, juice, milk WEDNESDAY, Oct. More...