October 21, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

EAP representatives will be taking applications for energy assistance

Representatives of the Energy Assistance Program (EAP) are set to begin accepting applications on Monday, November 1, to help the homebound and the elderly (65 and older) pay their home heating costs. More...

Morgan Easter wins Horizon Individual award at Dollywood

Morgan Easter, 17, who performs with her parents, Jeff and Sheri Easter, was the recipient of the “Horizon Individual” award at the “Singing News” Fan Awards ceremony held recently at the Celebrity Theater at Dollywood in Pig More...

News

Several activities are planned in observance of Red Ribbon Week

As part of the drug awareness curriculum, faculty, staff, and students at LCES, LCMS, and LCHS, assisted by Lincoln County Community Partnership, Inc. will observe “Red Ribbon Week” October 23- 29. More...

Local restaurant offers incentive to donate toys

It’s that time of year again! We are starting to collect toys for Secret Santa for our local children.   Thank you so much for your donations in previous years. We look forward to giving to our children each year.   More...

Betwee. n the Bookends

The Lincoln County Public Library has great books and movies for patrons to take home and enjoy. With fall in the air and the children back in school, now is the perfect time for that great book to relax and unwind with. More...

Opinions

Across The Savannah

The Devil’s Radio

Thomas Jefferson and his colleagues wrote a mighty fine document when they drafted the Constitution. Read the First Amendment for proof.  More...

Sports

Devils make easy work of hapless Tigers, 35-8

Lincoln County’s Red Devils quickly took the lead at Buddy Bufford Field Friday and never looked back en route to a 35-8 win over arch-rival Washington-Wilkes. More...

Region 7-A SCHEDULES and SCORES

AQUINAS 6-1 35 Landmark 17 67 Telfair Co. 14 51 Social Circle 0 40 Hancock 14 7 Wilkinson 13 31 Twiggs 13 47 Jeff Davis 13 10/22 Lincoln Co. 10/29 @ W.-Wilkes 11/5 Warren Co. GLASCOCK 3-4 7 Warren Co. 40 22 Lady Mercy 52 50 Mt. More...

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County gives green light for the Blackjack Sewer Project

“This has been going on for a long time,” said Lincoln County Commissioner Cooper Cliatt. “The people of Blackjack were very patient and did not lose faith. More...

Residents encouraged to take advantage of advanced voting

Advance voting in the Georgia General/ Nonpartisan Election will begin Monday, October 25, and continue through Friday, October 29, at the Lincoln County Board of Elections and Voter Registration Office, located in The Lincoln Center at 160 May Aven More...

Chamber to host Ghostly Graveyard at Welcome Center

The Lincolnton-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce and the Lincoln County Development Authority are set to present the “Second Annual Ghostly Graveyard at the Welcome Center” from 5 until 8 p.m. Saturday, October 30. More...

Council sets city millage rate at . called meeting

The City of Lincolnton set a millage rate of 5.6 mills at a called meeting held Thursday, October 14.   The millage rate has remained at 5.6 since 2004. More...

Editorial Page

Dear Hearts and Gentle People

I wish I could go back to my childhood one more time, just to experience the autumns that I knew. I want to go by Mr. More...

The educational welfare of our children should come first

TO THE EDITOR   More...

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People

FBLA members attend National Rally

Thirty six LCHS FBLA members attended the FBLA Fall Motivational Rally and Perry State Fair on Oct 14, 2010. More...

Cheer Devils place fourth in Golden Hawk Invitational

The LCHS Competition CheerDevils competed is the Golden Hawk Invitational in Washington County on Saturday, October 16, 2010. More...

Howie celebrates 90th birthday at family reunion

Mrs. Agnes Howie, mother of Faye Jones (Oscar) of Lincolnton, Jimmy Marshall (Gloria) and Billy Marshall (Beverly) all of N. Augusta, S.C. 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...