2005: The Aug.17 edition of The Lincoln Journal reported:
Smith plans ethics complaint; Go ahead given for $1 million bond for new school project; Health Department puts courthouse on notice for smoking violations; Trial dates set in vote buying case; Warners summoned as witnesses in vote buying trial; Land owners test limits of Lincoln’s dilapidated building enforcement agency; GVHS class of 1956 planning 50th reunion; “Looking back at the family tree” by Phyllis Stowers reflects on many ancestors, including Hill-Lovejoy, etc. & Stowers-Angle, etc., many many more; Lee Arnold’s “Lair of the Poison Pen” was One link in grocery store chain cleans up its act; The Gripes & Gratitudes had many titles; Hunters must have landowners permission; Car show draws big crowd in Alum Creek; Gardening & Yardening by Thursy Baker “Reader’s peonies question finally answered”; LCOC announces quarterly homemaker/caregiver as Rachel Smith by Alice J. Tomblin, Exec. Dir.; Two men arrested while attempting break in at Yawkey Car Wash; Who, what, when, where column by Phyllis Stowers drew lots of attention naming relatives, neighbors, etc. for years and Anna Lee Tooley Pridemore, 79, Hurricane was the feature in the Aug. 10th issue; Secretary of State sends election fraud investigators throughout state.
Brayden Alan Queen.
Albert Hudson Lovejoy, 80; Cecil Dean Adkins, 63, Sias; Hope Osborne Adkins, 79, Pleasant View; Nicholas Allen Spitler, infant son, Salt Rock; Edward Browning 61, Wilsondale; Janice K. Burdette, 61, Sissonville; Michael Ray Carrier, 55, Charleston; Ernest Jackson, Jr., 76, S. Point, OH; Gabriel Lee Webb, 4; Linsley J. Kinder, 74, Lewisburg, OH; Robert Dale Midkiff, Sr. 65, Kenoa, OK; John Quincy Williamson, Sr. 52, Crown City, OH; Dennis Harold Null, 77, Charleston; Justine Mae Stanley, 80, Mt. Lookout; Alria Curtis Wod, 75, London, TN; Wilma Jean Ward, 77, Lesage.
KIDS OF THE WEEK
Meet Cody Berry, Griffithsville Elementary.
26 land transfers; 29 POAs; 11 Civil cases; Five divorces; 11 marriage applications; Two felony cases; Five misdemeanor cases.