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10/20: Artist comes full circle; Faster computer; Congress abdicates

10/20: Artist comes full circle; Faster computer; Congress abdicates

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Artist Comes Full Circle, to Pinckneyville, Where Her Creativity Began
EEB PERSPECTIVE: One Way to Solve the Problem of Getting Your Child a Faster Computer
ANOTHER VIEW: Congress Abdicates, While the President Uses Executive Orders
SPOTLIGHT: Howard Brothers
FEEDBACK: Weather Forecasting in Atlanta: Area Is the Size of Massachusetts
UPCOMING: First Public Orchard and Playground in SE Opens Oct. 22 in Suwanee
NOTABLE: County Chooses Pond and Company for 2040 Unified Plan
RECOMMENDED: Alexandria Reborn by Mark Wallace Maguire
GEORGIA TIDBIT: 30,000-Acre Cohutta Wilderness Is Largest in Eastern United States
TODAY’S QUOTE: Benjamin Franklin on Our Precious Freedoms
MYSTERY PHOTO: This Tranquil Mystery Photo Site Asks You for Identification
CALENDAR: Lilburn Candidate Forum Scheduled for Monday, October 30

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by · October 20, 2017 · Full issues
10/15: On budding friendships; Growing up famous

10/15: On budding friendships; Growing up famous

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Friendships Formed When Local Rotarians Host Nine Russian Physicians
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Growing Up Famous Is Not Always What We May Think
SPOTLIGHT: Hayes Family Automotive Group
FEEDBACK: Weather Presenters Often Are Alarmists and Flat Out Wrong
UPCOMING: Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful Aims To Clean Up Lower Yellow River
NOTABLE: Gwinnett Libraries Win “Top Innovation” Designation for Service
RECOMMENDED: A Cure for Dreaming by Cat Winters
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Arrival of de Soto Eventually Means Decline for Mississippians
TODAY’S QUOTE: Turns Out, It’s Misunderstanding That Allows Us To Agree
MYSTERY PHOTO: Vernacular Church Asks You To Tell Us Where It Is
CALENDAR: Peachtree Corners Forum on Election Coming Monday Night

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by · October 17, 2017 · Full issues
10/13: Great Days of Service coming; Meteorologists; Medicare for all

10/13: Great Days of Service coming; Meteorologists; Medicare for all

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TODAY’S FOCUS: 18th Annual Great Days of Service Coming Oct. 20-21; Volunteers Needed
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Those Weather People Psyched Us Out Again
ANOTHER VIEW: Stand for What Is Morally Correct: Medicare for All
SPOTLIGHT: The Barn BBQ
UPCOMING: Ninth Fort Daniel Faire To Be Saturday, October 21 at Hog Mountain
NOTABLE: Peachtree Corners Firm Helping Cotton Growers in Georgia
RECOMMENDED: Maple Street Biscuit Company, Duluth
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Fiery Explosion Marks the End of the CSS Savannah
TODAY’S QUOTE: This Idea Poses an Interesting Thought about Infinity
MYSTERY PHOTO: Giant Figure Has A Horn to Welcome People in This Mystery Photo
LAGNIAPPE: Lawrenceville DAR Chapter Supports Elisha Winn Fair
CALENDAR: 21st Annual Italian Car Day in Norcross on Saturday

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by · October 12, 2017 · Full issues
10/10:  On Machu Picchu; Gwinnett model train set; Estate taxes

10/10: On Machu Picchu; Gwinnett model train set; Estate taxes

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Here’s a Breath-Taking Account of a Visit to Machu Picchu, Per
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Snellville Resident Selling Model Trains Layout and Plans History Book
ANOTHER VIEW: Federal Estate Taxes Affect Only the Richest of the Rich
SPOTLIGHT: Hayes Family Automotive Group
UPCOMING: STEAM Activities Scheduled for Duluth on Friday Night
NOTABLE: Sheryl Dallas To Become Gwinnett Human Resources Director
RECOMMENDED: Origin by Dan Brown
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Three Confederate Ships Bear the Name Savannah During Civil War
TODAY’S QUOTE: What Horses Have That People Do Not Have
MYSTERY PHOTO: Not Your Ordinary Building for Today’s Mystery Photo
CALENDAR: Bird Club Plans Auction on October 16

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by · October 10, 2017 · Full issues
10/6: $200 million Lawrenceville project; Peachtree Corners; Winn Festival

10/6: $200 million Lawrenceville project; Peachtree Corners; Winn Festival

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Lawrenceville Announces $200 Million Development for Downtown Area
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Peachtree Corners Cracks List of Top 20 Cities in Georgia
ANOTHER VIEW: Free Book Awaits When Visiting This Weekend’s Elisha Winn Festival
SPOTLIGHT: Walton EMC
FEEDBACK: Trump’s “Leadership” Is Pitiful on So Many Levels
UPCOMING: Lawrenceville Kicks Off $30 Million College Corridor Project
NOTABLE: October 15 Is Deadline for Paying 2017 Property Taxes
RECOMMENDED: Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Temple Bombing in Atlanta Sends Moral Shockwaves through City
TODAY’S QUOTE: One Way Albert Schweitzer Looked at the World
MYSTERY PHOTO: Something of a Mystery Inside a Mystery This Time
CALENDAR: Second Annual Paint Georgia Pink 5K Walk/Run on Saturday

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by · October 6, 2017 · Full issues
10/3: On the Skillet Lickers; On President Trump’s past week

10/3: On the Skillet Lickers; On President Trump’s past week

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Dacula’s Skillet Lickers Continue Musical Tradition of 90 Years
EEB PERSPECTIVE: What a Week of One Situation after Another for President Trump
SPOTLIGHT: The Piedmont Bank
FEEDBACK: Wants Military Forces To Be in Charge in Puerto Rico
UPCOMING: Lawrenceville Proposes New Library Near Hooper-Renwick Building
NOTABLE: All 100% of GGC New Nurses Pass National Licensure Program
RECOMMENDED: The Italian Bulldozer by Alexander McCall Smith
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Creation of Georgia’s Large Water Reservoirs Began in Early 1900s
TODAY’S QUOTE: If It Works for Waiters, Why Can’t It Work for School Teachers?
MYSTERY PHOTO: Unusual Sculpture Is Subject of This Issue’s Mystery Photo
CALENDAR: Veteran’s Roundtable Coming October 11 in Buford

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by · October 3, 2017 · Full issues
9/29: A county comparison; Sugar Hill center; Powerful poem

9/29: A county comparison; Sugar Hill center; Powerful poem

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Georgia Native Compares Gwinnett to Orange County, Calif.

EEB PERSPECTIVE: Sugar Hill Marks Topping Out Ceremony for Massive E Center

ANOTHER VIEW: Powerful poem cuts to core of NFL controversy
SPOTLIGHT: Precision Planning Inc.

FEEDBACK: Feels Fortunate Every Time She Smells the Pluff Mud Aroma

UPCOMING: Lawrenceville Offers Free Mulch to City and County Residents

NOTABLE: Elections Division Working with Key Hispanic Leaders in County

RECOMMENDED: The Virginian by Owen Wister

GEORGIA TIDBIT: Robins Air Force Base Grows Quickly, Impacting 25 Counties

TODAY’S QUOTE: What Caused Angie Dickinson’s Mother Second Thoughts

MYSTERY PHOTO: Old Ben Taking It Easy on a Bench is New Mystery

LAGNIAPPE: New Photograph Hanging at Lawrenceville Senior Center by Frank Sharp

CALENDAR: Public Lands Day is Saturday at Tribble Mill Park.

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by · September 29, 2017 · Full issues
9/26: New Norcross mural; Pluff mud; more

9/26: New Norcross mural; Pluff mud; more

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Students Plan Mural Turning Brown Wall Into Canvas of Community
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Rising Tides from the Ocean Will Produce Sticky, Oozy Pluff Mud
SPOTLIGHT: The Gwinnett AAA Baseball Team
FEEDBACK: Perhaps You Mean Like “I Was Most in a Sea of Nameless Faces?”
UPCOMING: New Business Accelerator To Locate Office in Peachtree Corners
NOTABLE: County Approves New Crossing Along Beaver Ruin Road
RECOMMENDED: One Hundred Spaghetti Strings
GEORGIA TIDBIT: McIntosh, Gwinnett Fight a Duel; Three Days Later, Gwinnett Is Dead
TODAY’S QUOTE: Compensation For When You Thought You Were Wasting Time
MYSTERY PHOTO: Few Distinguished Features on This Mystery Photo
CALENDAR: Chili Time in Suwanee This Saturday

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by · September 26, 2017 · Full issues
9/23: Remembering Melvin Hunnicutt; Funding natural disasters

9/23: Remembering Melvin Hunnicutt; Funding natural disasters

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Melvin Hunnicutt Kept the Gwinnett Daily News on Schedule
EEB PERSPECTIVE: USA Needs Permanent Way Out of Funding Natural Disasters
FEEDBACK: Doesn’t Find Pinto Beans and Corn Bread Booth at Gwinnett Fair
SPOTLIGHT: Gwinnett Medical Center
UPCOMING: Suwanee Opens Season for 76 Plots at Harvest Farm, an Organic Garden
NOTABLE: Duluth’s Parsons Alley Gets Award from Urban Land Institute
RECOMMENDED: Have a Little Faith by Mitch Albom
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Lachlan McIntosh Helped Organize Early Provincial Congress
TODAY’S QUOTE: Defend the Tolerant, or Toleration Is Destroyed
MYSTERY PHOTO: At Least Five Spires Could Help Identify This Mystery

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by · September 23, 2017 · Full issues
9/19: Emergency simulations; Debris pick-up around the county; More

9/19: Emergency simulations; Debris pick-up around the county; More

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TODAY’S FOCUS: PCOM Students, Fire Academy Teams, Learn in Simulation Exercises
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Gwinnett Cities Have Varying Policies on Collection of Yard Debris
SPOTLIGHT: Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District
UPCOMING: County To Begin Debris Collection in Unincorporated Areas Sept. 20
NOTABLE: Gwinnett Library Surpasses 500,000 Registered Accounts
RECOMMENDED: Death by Petticoat by Mary Miley Theobald
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Creek Indians Transform from Hunters to Farmers and Landowners
TODAY’S QUOTE: What Winston Churchill Thought About the Game of Golf
MYSTERY PHOTO: Some Sort of Protest Is This Edition’s Mystery Photo

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by · September 19, 2017 · Full issues