June 15, 2017 RSS feed / People

Leathersville News

lRaymond and Elaine Timmer­son came Thursday and brought lunch and vegetables from their garden. They have returned from Switzerland and Italy, and were visiting their son Ryan. More...

Dawkins brings books to Wee Wisdom

Wee Wisdom Little School would like to thank Shirley Dawkins Branch Manager of Lincoln County Public Library for the reading presentation, treats and books for the children. More...

Jr. Beta officers installed

Jr. Beta officers are (Lr): Sydney Radford, president; T.J. Bradley, vice president; Anna Cox, Secretary; Aaron Clegg, Treasurer; Destiny Barksdale, reporter; and Jack Antonakos new member rep. More...

Canine influenza cases on the rise across the state

Georgia State Veterinarian Dr. Robert Cobb confirms an increase in the prevalence of canine respi­ratory disease found in dogs as­sociated with exhibitions and as­semblies. More...

May rain brings much needed relief to Georgia farmers

May’s warm, wet conditions brought relief to the parched areas of the state, and Georgians can ex­pect more of the same in June.  The rain was welcomed by farmers, but so much rain in such a short period of time delayed plant­ing in some a More...

Deer antlers grow and shed as days of summer shorten

The most widely hunted big- game species across the American landscape is the whitetail deer. Early American settlers often used whitetail deer for food and to trade, but many hunters today seem more concerned with the deer’s antlers.  More...

Tree bark can split from cold after excessive sun and heat

Split bark, or vertical cracks along the lower tree stem of young trees, most commonly occurs on thin-barked trees such as dogwood, elm, maple, cherry, apple, peach and plum trees. More...

Beggs and Wengrow receive degrees from Univ. of N. Georgia

The University of North Geor­gia awarded more than 1,800 de­grees and certificates for the spring 2017 semester, including hundreds awarded in commencement exer­cises held May 5-7 at the univer­sity.  More...

LCMS students receive Jr. Beta stoles

Those in eighth grade receiving Jr. Beta Stoles were (Lr) front row: Trontaisha Hawes, Lydia Partridge, Sydney Radford, T.J. More...

Wilkes named to Dean’s List for spring at GSU

Will Wilkes of Lincolnton was named to the Dean's List for the Spring 2017 semester at Georgia State University in Atlanta.  To be eligible for the Dean's List, degree-seeking students with a minimum Georgia State cumula­tive GPA of 2.00 must ea More...

PNGC celebrates garden club week by placing bouquets throughout county

The Pine Needle Garden Club of Lincolnton celebrated National Garden Club Week by placing bou­quets of flowers from our own gar­dens in public places in Lincolnton and Lincoln County. More...