December 27, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Arrington files suit against commissioners and sheriff

Pamela Arrington recently filed a suit in Lincoln County Superior Court against the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners and the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.  The defendants are named in both their official and individual capacities.& More...

Students choose breakfast companions for New Year’s

To get the new year off to a good start, we asked students at LCHS to choose one person, alive or dead, they would like to eat breakfast with on New Year’s Day.  God and Jesus were exempt from the array of choices.  The teenagers came More...

News

Stay warm this winter; home heating tips for tricky places

When cold winds blow, it can be tricky to keep different rooms throughout your home at the right temperature - especially if you have old and drafty windows, tight spaces or room additions to work around. More...

Watson-Brown Foundation to award new college scholarships

The Watson-Brown Foundation, Inc., helps make college dreams come true by awarding $3000 and $5000 renewable scholarships to high school seniors and current college undergraduates. More...

GEMA reminds residents to be prepared for severe weather

As 2012 comes to a close, many of us have begun making a list of New Year's resolutions, such as getting healthier, reducing debt or making time for family. Yet one of the most important and overlooked resolutions is being prepared for emergencies. More...

People

The Colosseum in Rome

Terry, Joy, Allen and Jason Bond pose for a picture with The Lincoln Journal in front of the Colosseum in Rome, Italy. The family left on Thanksgiving Day and had lunch in downtown Chicago. More...

Good behavior

LCMS students front row (l-r): Nautica Booker, Icy Wright, Anna Layton, Anna Highsmith; back row: Chloe Pope, Cason Smith, Coby Mayes, and Stacie Radford were spotted by teachers this past nine weeks More...

Annual Christmas meeting

The Kettle Creek Chapter NSDAR held their annual Christmas meeting at Poplar Corner on Monday, December 17. The program was presented by the Georgia State Regent NSDAR Virginia G. Lingelbach. More...

Numerous cases disposed of during waived jury trials

Waived jury trials were held recently at the Lincoln County Courthouse, with Chief Judge Roger W. Dunaway, Jr. presiding.  The following cases were heard during the proceedings: l Leland W. More...

Dr. Davis will be keynote speaker at Emancipation Proclamation program

The 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation will be celebrated Tuesday, January 1, at 10 a.m. at Ebenezer Baptist Church.  The keynote speaker for the occasion is Dr. Sam Davis, pastor of Beulah Grove Baptist Church in Augusta.  More...

Year in Review recaps headlines of first six months

JANUARY 5 – Lincoln County ranks third highest in the state for obesity...American Legion Post 194 is cited for three alleged alcohol related violations...Craig Parks starts the new year with a 117- pound deficit.  More...

Editorial Page

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. More...

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Across The Savannah

At The Foot Of The Hills

Here we are facing the cold clutches of winter and during this bleak time why don’t we take a seasonal trip through the lovely region we live in, a region we call the Piedmont. More...

Obituaries

Joel Thomas Dove

Mr. Joel Thomas Dove, 31, of Elberton Road. entered into rest on December 14, 2012 in Des Moines, Iowa.  Mr. Dove is the son of Franklin and Minnie Hall Dove of Tignall. More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

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