September 2, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Goldmans take top honors at steer and heifer shootout

Over 100 people attended the Third Annual “Lincoln County 4-H Steer & Heifer Show Shootout” held Saturday, August 28, at Serendipity Farm, the home of Katrina and Doug Harmon on Lovelace Road. More...

Mark McKinney shares testimony in powerful and insightful book

“I’m sitting in church thinking, ‘I must not be saved, and I am sitting here amongst a bunch of haves, when I am a have-not. You are broken. More...

Club for Growth presents Freedom award to Broun

United States Congressman Paul Broun recently received the “Defender of Economic Freedom” award from the Club for Growth for his commitment to support policies that encourage economic growth.   Dr. More...

News

LWREA elects new officers, discusses goals for new year

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Miss LCHS pageant to be held at new auditorium Oct. 7

Miss LCHS Pageant will be held at the new Lincoln County High School Auditorium on Oct. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Brad Means will emcee the program which is sponsored by Future Business Leaders of America. More...

What Parents Need To Know To Keep Kids Safe Online

(NAPSA)—Even if you don’t allow your kids to use the Internet or join social networks, most can and will get access elsewhere. There’s one place your child can access it: school. U.S. More...

People

Celebrating their 70th anniversary

Jimmie and Jane Justice celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary Saturday, August 28 at Harper’s Personal Care Home with family and friends. God has blessed them with two sons, Jimmie, Jr. More...

Leathersville News

.. Alicia Bryant , Julian Finley and Raymond Timmerman visited in the William Bentley home on Wednesday.   .. Jackie Bonner visited William and Lee Bentley Thursday afternoon.   .. Julian Finley visited Mr. and Mrs. More...

New Beginnings

Dr. and Mrs. Jarrod Dumpe are proud to announce the birth of twins, Noah Kendall and Reese Anne, on Wednesday, August 25, 2010, in Cleveland, Ohio. Noah and Reese each weighed five pounds, five ounces, and were both eighteen inches long. More...

Obituaries

Albert S. Norman Sr.

Mr. Albert S. Norman, Sr., 94, of Elberton, Ga., entered into rest Friday, August 27, 2010, at Spring Valley Healthcare Center.   Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, August 29 from the Chapel of Hicks Funeral Home with Rev. More...

Worship

Clothes, shoe give-away at First Assembly

MontaBella Missions, Lincolnton United Methodist, First Assembly, Loco Baptist, Faith Community Church and Morningside are all teaming up to host a clothes/shoe give-away on Sat. Sept 4th at 9am- 4pm at First Assembly on Thomson Hwy! More...

Revival at Morningside

Morningside Baptist Church will have revival Sept. 10 - 12 at 7 p.m. nightly and at 11 a.m. Sunday. Youth night Fri., 7 p.m.; family fun day Sat., 3-8 p.m. More...

Heated discussion takes place at BOE’s second tax hearing

The second of three tax hearings for the Lincoln County Board of Education took place Monday, August 30. More...

New program allows community better access to high school events

“The possibilities are unlimited – it’s definitely a work in progress,” stated Stephanie Jordan, technology education and broadcasting instruction teacher at LCHS. More...

Early deadline announced for holiday closing

The Lincoln Journal will be closed Monday, September 6, in observance of Labor Day.   The deadline for news and advertisements to appear in the September 9 issue of the paper is Friday, September 3, at 5 p.m. More...

LCHS hosts CTAE directors

LCHS hosted a meeting of CTAE (Career, Technical, and Agriculture Education) system directors and the Central Region coordinator for the Georgia Department of Education Thursday, August 26. More...

Chamber looking for ghost stories for upcoming Halloween festival

“You could almost breathe in the darkness – the house sat on the hill, waiting and watching. The thunder and rain were merely background noise as the car loaded with Gap-clad teenagers squealed into the overgrown driveway.   More...

Editorial Page

Dear Heats and Gentle People

For many Americans, cheerleading is, indeed, as American as apple pie. Maybe it’s because cheerleading began in this country and has not caught on in other countries as much as other cultural activities have. More...

Cartoon

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Opinions

Board must be accountable

TO THE EDITOR   Several years ago the school board began action to address the need for new and improved school facilities. More...

LINCOLN JOURNAL, Lincolnton, Georgia Across The Savannah

Blue Bird’s Fabled Yellow Bus

Even in predawn darkness you didn’t have to see one to know it was coming. It’s a sound familiar to anyone who’s stood by the road waiting for a ride to school. More...

Sports

Abbeville squeaks past Devils with field goal near game end

ABBEVILLE – Lincoln County’s no-quit Red Devils gave the homestanding Abbeville Panthers more than they wanted before coming up just short. Abbeville won 24-21 as the Devils field goal effort went just wide right as time expired. More...

Georgia’s Top Ten in Class A

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Region 7-A SCHEDULES and SCORES

AQUINAS 1-0 35 Landmark 17 9/3 @ Telfair Co. 9/10 @ Social Circle 9/17 Hancock 9/24 @ Wilkinson 10/8 @ Twiggs 10/15 @ Jeff Davis 10/22 Lincoln Co. 10/29 @ W.-Wilkes 11/5 Warren Co. GLASCOCK 0-1 7 Warren Co. 40 9/3 Lady Mercy 9/10 Mt. More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Lions Club meeting   The Lincolnton Lions Club meets the third Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Call Jim Butler at 706-359- 4114 or Sharon Bryan at 706-359- 1258for more information.   Donations needed   More...