February 19, 2009 RSS feed / News

Pre-K registration beings March 18

The Lincoln County Georgia Pre- K Program will begin registration for 2009-2010 school year on Wednesday, March 18 at the Lincoln County Board of Education Office, 423 Metasville Road, beginning at 8 a.m. More...

FASF now taking applications for tuition assistance

The Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund recently announced the application period for the 2009-2010 academic year has opened. The Fund has now awarded $2.5 million to the children of U.S. More...

4-H Leadership Day

Atlanta, Georgia on February 9. More...

Bonds will present program Stealing the General Feb. 23

Mr. Russell Bonds will present "Stealing the General, The Great Locomotive Chase and the First Medal of Honor" to the Washington Civil War Round Table on Monday evening, February 23 at 6:00 p.m. More...

Dist. Attorney Dennis Sanders honored by Mercer University

Mercer University honored District Attorney Dennis Sanders recently at halftime of the Mercer vs. Jacksonville game as a former student-athlete who has distinguished himself in public service. More...

River of Life seeking nominations for homes

We are currently in the planning stages of the 2009 River of Life Mission Advance, which will be held June 24-28. This year we are asking for your help in nominating homes whose owners are in need of our help. More...

Membership drive

The Lincoln Co. Cattlemen's Association held its annual membership drive meeting on January 26, 2009. President Chris T. More...

MACK art exhibition sparks evening of festivities downtown

The Ninth Annual Juried Exhibition of the McCormick Arts Council at the Keturah (MACK) last Friday evening generated an evening of special events downtown. "We had more than 100 entries," said Janice Grizzard, MACK director. More...

Students FORKed for this nine weeks

The FORK (Focus On Raising Knowledge) program is sponsored by the LCHS Academic Booster Club. Each nine weeks teachers are asked to FORK students who have done something noteworthy during the grading period. More...

Extended visit

Donna Deason Simcox and her dog, Sandy, came to Lincolnton to renew her Lincoln Journal and to attend the Deason Reunion at Hickory Knob State Park. Sandy got sick and had to go to "Dr. More...

Salmonella: Tough to crack in peanuts

For the second time in two years, a nationwide outbreak of salmonellosis has been tied to peanut products. More...

Membership drive winner

Congratulations to Thomas "T" Burton for winning the Lincoln County Farm Bureau Membership Drive Giveaway Basket. LC Farm Bureau would like to thank all of the new members that joined during the event. More...

Georgia County Guide now available on-line

Bremen City Schools had a 93 percent graduation rate in 2007. And 65.6 percent of Oconee County's 2007 graduates were eligible for the HOPE scholarship. More...

Learning the ropes

Mrs. Dee Thompson, well known Lincoln County Horsewoman, shared her knowledge of English riding with the Lincoln County LCES Pre-K classes. Classes were preparing for their trip to the Augusta Futurity and Mrs. More...

Western riding lesson

The Pre-K at LCES recently had community guests share Western tales and items with them prior to their trip to the Augusta Futurity. The picture shows Mr. More...

Republican party mass meetings

The Lincoln County Republican Party will convene Precinct (or other political subdivision) Mass Meetings to elect Delegates and Alternate Delegates to the Lincoln County Republican Party Convention at 9 a.m., on Saturday, March 14, 2009. More...

Valentine's Day dance held at LCHS

The Lincoln County High School's Annual Valentine's Day Dance was held on Thursday, February 12 in the school cafeteria. Hosted by the student council, the dance attracted many students wanting to celebrate the holiday. More...

January is dry month with variable temps for Georgia

Georgia's temperatures were close to typical last month. Most weather stations reported mean temperatures of only 1 degree Fahrenheit above normal. Macon had the highest departure at 2 F above normal. More...

Did You Know?

(NAPSA)-Seniors can contact the Eldercare Locator at (800) 677-1116 to find local agencies that can help with fall prevention or to order a brochure called "Preventing Falls at Home." * * * There is a training facility designed to meet the demand More...

Foundation offers ten free trees to new Feb. members

Now's the time to start thinking about the spring planting season, and the Arbor Day Foundation is offering an ideal way for everyone to plant trees when the weather warms up. More...

Traveling to D.C.

Friends accompanying members of Post 597 on the trip to Washington, D.C. were: Willie J. Harris, Sadie Harris, Mamie Garnett, Adasha Elam, Vanessa G. Brown, Brenda Murray, Eileen N. Mays, Mary Magwood, Gary Norman, Regina Norman, Aundrey E. More...

Inauguration goers

Members of Thomas-Lane American Legion Post 597 took along a copy of The Lincoln Journal to Washington, D.C. to witness the historic Inauguration of our 44th President. Pictured are: Haroldean F. More...