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Heritage Day will focus on Native American culture

The Lincoln County Historical Society will sponsor Heritage Day on Saturday, June 11, beginning at 9:30 a.m. More...

Isakson recognized for commitment to conservative values

United States Senator Johnny Isakson was named a winner of the 2010 “American Conservative Union Ratings Award” for his commitment to conservative principles on a wide variety of issues.  “I’m happy to receive this award More...

Workshop provides parents with tips on preparing children for kindergarten

“I have been raving about the workshop,” stated Tameka Beard, the parent of a rising kindergartener. More...

News

Register now for Miss Green and Teen Green pageant

Lincoln County Community Partnership, Inc. will be hosting Miss Lincoln County Green and Teen Miss Lincoln County Green Saturday, August 27, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at the Lincoln County High School Auditorium.  More...

Stars Baseball Camp to be held June 18-19 at rec. department

Stars Baseball Camp will be held at the Lincoln County Recreation Complex June 18-19.  The cost is $40.00; $25.00 for siblings for children ages 2-12.  Sessions will be Saturday, June 18 from 9 a.m. More...

Historical society to host Heritage Day June 11

The Lincoln County Historical Society will sponsor Heritage Day on June 11, 2011 beginning at 9:30 am at the Historical Park. The day has been called Grandkid’s Day in the past and has been a lot of fun for kids of all ages.  More...

People

TJ & Friends Foundation receives Impact Hero Award

The TJ & Friends Foundation, Inc. was recently nominated and received the Community Impact Hero Award from the American Red Cross. Every year the East Georgia Chapter recognizes everyday people exhibiting extraordinary courage. More...

Millionaires!

Three students, Kaven Chen, Metz LeRoy, and Ross LeRoy, read over a million words this year at LCES. More...

Leathersville News

Jordan Mahaffey and Raymond Timmerman were lunch guests on Monday with William and Lee Bentley.  Alicia Bryant visited William and Lee Bentley Tuesday afternoon.  Patrick and Alvin Bryant visited their parents, Dudley and Susan Bryant durin More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

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

Board names Dr. Jeff Carney as superintendent of schools

Dr. Jeffrey L. More...

Crappie fishing tournament is set for June 3-4 at Clark’s Hill Lake

Crappie USA, Inc, “America’s Premier National Crappie Fishing Tournament Organization” will be holding a two-day $10,000 “Super Event” on Friday, June 3, and Saturday, June 4, at Clark’s Hill Lake.  The tourna More...

Kirkland on the mend after being burned in brush fire

Fireman Perry Kirkland, who was injured in a brush fire on February 21, is well on the road to recovery.  More...

Emily Royal takes first place in literary competition in Augusta

Emily Royal, a rising junior at LCHS, won first place in the prose division of the Combining Voices Literary Competition, sponsored by the Morris Museum of Art in Augusta.  More...

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Consumers get answers from Ga. Department of Agriculture

Georgia Department of Agriculture, Gary W. Black, Commissioner, 19 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. SW, Atlanta, GA 30334, www.agr. georgia.gov. Find us on facebook.  More...

Political Cartoons 101

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Opinions

Across The Savannah

The Summer of 1967

Something about summer burns its way into our memory, and it’s not the summer sun either. Summer just seems to be a time for remembering and taking account of things. More...

Fitness Made Simpler

(NAPSA)-Making healthy life-style changes may have just gotten a little easier.  Many health clubs are opening their doors, free, for several days as part of the annual Get Active America! program.  More...

Growing More From Less: Meeting The Global Water Challenge

(NAPSA)—Maybe it’s not such a small world. By 2050, the world is expected to be home to 9 billion people. Water will be the biggest limiting factor in the ability to feed this growing global population.  More...

Obituaries

William Peyton Norman Sr.

William Peyton Norman, Sr., 87, peacefully left his earthly home and went to heaven to be with Jesus on Friday, May 27, 2011. He was a loving husband for 59 years to his wife, Iris Belle Albea Norman, who preceded him in death in 2007. More...