January 14, 2010 RSS feed / News

IRS offers tips on choosing the right tax form for you

To file your 2009 individual tax return, you’ll have to decide which form to use…unless you e-file. If you file electronically, the software automatically selects the simplest and best form for you. More...

H1N1 vaccine is available at the health department

The Lincoln County Health Department has H1N1 vaccine available during normal business hours.   More...

Between the Bookends

FOL would like to thank everyone who made our December book sale such a big success. We cleared about $900 which will be used for library projects this year. To all of you who so graciously baked for our bake sale, thank you. More...

Little Theater to present STARZ Awards Jan. 15

The first STARZ Awards program of the Washington Little Theater Company will be held at 7:00 p.m., on Friday, January 15 at the Bolton Lunceford Playhouse on Alexander Avenue in Washington, Ga. More...

Snowman sighted

After all that cold weather last week, the only snowman to be found in Lincoln County was at the home of Dustin and Trevor Chadwick.   More...

Lincoln County Historical installs new officers at annual banquet

Members of the Lincoln County Historical Society enjoyed an evening of fellowship and great food at their Annual Banquet and Dinner Meeting last Thursday January 7. More...

LCES names students to honor roll for second nine weeks

Lincoln County Middle School is proud to announce those students named to the Honor Roll and Honorable Mention Lists for the second nine weeks.   Honor Roll students must have a 90 or above in all subjects. More...

Don’t be left out in the cold, prepare for winter weather

As a wave of arctic air rolled across the United States, Georgia faced bonechilling temperatures and the possibility of snow. Because Georgia is not usually prone to extreme snow and ice, even small amounts can cause severe problems.   More...

Protect Yourself From Fraud And Protect Your Financial Future

(NAPSA)—Fraud and identity theft aren’t going away, but consumers are getting smarter about how to protect themselves and their financial future. More...

LC Head Start now accepting applications

CSRA EOA, Inc.Head Start will be accepting applications for children who will be 3 years old by Stepember 1, 2010.   Applications can be obtained at Lincoln Head Start 576 Metasville Rd, Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.   More...

FYI

The truth about club drugs

Club drugs affect your brain. The term “Club drugs” refers to a wide variety of drugs often used at all-night dance parties (“raves”), night clubs, and concerts. More...

Join Kids To Save Energy

(NAPSA)—A key way to save money is to save energy at home. To help, youngsters are showing their communities how to make energy-efficient changes.   More...

Activities planned at the MACK

Helen Hutson’s Basic Drawing Class begins tomorrow, Friday, January 15. Classes will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. every Friday through February 19. The cost for these 6 lessons is $100.   More...

Thorpe art work on display at MACK in January

Sam Thorpe has been painting since the age of fourteen, a total of about forty-six years. But his work was not available for sale until about four years ago. Until that time, Thorpe had given his art to family and friends.   More...

Hypothermia risk higher for seniors

When temperatures dip into the teens, weather can be more than cold – it can be deadly. The threat of death from hypothermia is greatest for the elderly population.   More...

Food Ideas

(NAPSA)—Success Brown Rice lets you get the nutritional value of brown rice in 10 minutes, onefourth the time of the long-cooking variety. More...

Consumers get answers from Dept. of Agriculture

Prepared by the Office of Public Affairs Georgia Department of Agriculture Tommy Irvin, Commissioner www.agr.georgia.gov   Question: Is the black-and-white cat on the Feline Friend license plate modeled after a real cat?   More...

New WIC Food Program Helps Mothers

(NAPSA)—WIC, the federal program providing infant formula to newborns, has made some funding changes for currently provided foods to encourage breast-feeding.   More...