November 27, 2008 RSS feed / Front Page

Sporting the retro look!

Over 3,000 people attended "Pioneer Day" held Saturday, November 22, at the Lincoln County Historical Park. Pictured are "Revolutionary War doctor" Gerald Smith and Peyton Wagner of Evans. More...

Talking turkey at the pantry

In celebration of Thanksgiving, the Lincoln County Food Pantry has been busy giving away turkeys and hams. As of Thursday, November 20, approximately 135 turkeys and hams had been distributed to residents of the community. More...

News

Free flu vaccine offered to LCMS/HS students

Did you know that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now recommends that all children 6 months to 18 years get vaccinated against the flu each year? More...

Road trip to Nashville

Enjoying a trip to Nashville, Tennessee Nov. 13-16 were (L-r): Kay Remsen, Phyllis Norman, Linda Walton, Tommie Henderson, Dean Flanigan, Betty Banks and JoAnne Wynn. More...

Historical society to sponsor Tree of Remembrance

The Lincoln County Historical Society is honored to sponsor the Tree of Remembrance for 2008. More...

People

Leathersville News

.. George and Mildred Bailey of Elberton and William and Lee Bentley visited Irene Bailey on Monday. .. Hilda Cliatt, Jan Whitner, Carla Young, Deana Corges and Mandy Dornberg have been visitors of Dolly and Truett Smalley. .. More...

Across The Savannah

The Sad Ballad Of Moses Corley

We all cross paths with a person we can't forget. It can be a chance encounter or a day-to-day type thing. And that person doesn't have to be a celebrity, wealthy, or powerful. A simple man can stay with you all your life. More...

Walton graduates from basic training at Fort Jackson, SC

Army Reserve Pvt. Shanta L. Walton has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. More...

Obituaries

Gloria J. Hamrick Curry

Gloria J. Hamrick Curry entered into rest Wednesday, November 19, 2008 at University Hospital in Augusta. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 22 at White Rock Baptist Church with Rev. Seymore Harrison officiating. More...

Inequities in graduation rates are the focus of Schott study

To some extent, Lincoln County reflects the findings of a recent study, conducted by The Schott Foundation for Public Education, dealing with the inequities in graduation rates as they pertain to black males. More...

Rocking R to move corporate headquarters to McCormick

Greg Ruddell, president and owner of Rocking R International, Inc., recently announced that the company's corporate headquarters is moving from Lincoln County to McCormick, South Carolina. More...

Census representative will be taking applications at library

The United States Census Bureau is now hiring! A bureau representative will be at the Lincoln County Library Thursday, December 11, at 10 a.m. to take applications and administer testing. More...

Advance voting continues at Lincoln Center

The General Runoff Election between Saxby Chambliss and Jim Martin for the office of United States senator will be held Tuesday, December 2. More...

Editorial Page

Dear Hearts and Gentle People

While I sit here contemplating whether or not to put away the quilted turkeys and the ceramic pumpkins or leave them up a little longer, I'm also wondering why every Tom, Dick, and Harriet I know already has his Christmas tree decorated. More...

Political Cartoon

   More...

Drawing attention to SRB problem

TO THE EDITOR: I would like to thank The Lincoln Journal for again drawing attention to the problem we have in Savannah River Basin. More...

Sports

Redskins no match for Devils; on to round 2

The Lincoln County High School Red Devils played in round two of the Georgia High School Association Playoffs on Friday, November 23, and beat the Eagles Landing Christian Academy Chargers 7-0 to advance to round three. More...

Georgia Class A 2008 Playoff Brackets

   More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Board of elections meetings The regular meetings of the Lincoln County Board of Elections and Voter Registration will be held the fourth Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. More...