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3/24:  On improving health care and witnessing Gwinnett’s vibrant activity

3/24: On improving health care and witnessing Gwinnett’s vibrant activity

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TODAY’S FOCUS: How to Improve Health Care: Expand Medicare To Cover All
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Circle Drive Around Gwinnett Shows Continued Vibrant Activity
SPOTLIGHT: The Gwinnett Braves
UPCOMING: The Herd Still Grazing and Winner of Suwanee SculpTour
NOTABLE: Expanded Alexander Park Gets 41 Acres for Nature Preserve
RECOMMENDED: Movie: A Sense of an Ending
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Bill Shipp Enjoys Distinguished Career Covering Georgia Politics
TODAY’S QUOTE: Better Watch Out for That Gold Dust in Several Ways
MYSTERY PHOTO: Today’s Mystery Takes You on a Tombstone Search
LAGNIAPPE: Eastside Medical Gives Defibrillator to Mountain Park….Park
CALENDAR: Wellness Walk Is Saturday at Bethesda Elementary School

by · March 23, 2017 · Full issues
3/21: Competitive elections needed; Piedmont Bank expanding; more

3/21: Competitive elections needed; Piedmont Bank expanding; more

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Gwinnett Needs Competitive Elections or Stalemate Will Continue
EEB PERSPECTIVE: The Piedmont Bank Expanding into Northeast Georgia with Merger
SPOTLIGHT: Gwinnett Medical Center
FEEDBACK: More on Commission Meetings and Method To Pick School Superintendent
UPCOMING: Norcross Clean Up and Recycling Events Scheduled on March 25
NOTABLE: Three From Sugar Hill Picked for Transatlantic Summer Academy
RECOMMENDED: It Can’t Happen Here by Sinclair Lewis
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Woodrow Wilson Makes Blackbeard Island a Wildlife Sanctuary
TODAY’S QUOTE: For Some, the Truth Is What They Want It To Be
MYSTERY PHOTO: Greenery Is One Key to Today’s Mystery Photo
CALENDAR: Jawbones vs. Sawbones in Sixth Annual Challenge at Mercer Gym

by · March 21, 2017 · Full issues
3/17: On minority representation; Bad superintendent bill

3/17: On minority representation; Bad superintendent bill

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TODAY’S FOCUS: More Minority Representation Needed To Reflect Gwinnett’s Diversity
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Oppose Proposed Bill To Allow Elected Local School Superintendents
SPOTLIGHT: Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District
UPCOMING: Hudgens Center Changes Name Slightly and Adopts New Logo
NOTABLE: Louise Radloff To Be Recipient of Salvation Army’s “Other” Award
RECOMMENDED: Mistress by Danielle Steel
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Tales Galore Surround Georgia’s Coastal Blackbeard Island
TODAY’S QUOTE: Remembering The Irish Bishop That the Island Loves
MYSTERY PHOTO: Simple Statue Awaits Your Identification and Location
CALENDAR: Methodist Campground Is Subject at Gwinnett Historical Society on March 20

by · March 17, 2017 · Full issues
3/14: From local Superhero to “you haven’t changed a bit”

3/14: From local Superhero to “you haven’t changed a bit”

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Local Superhero Crusades against Blood Disease Through Walton Grant
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Here’s Why Some People Say To Me: “You Haven’t Changed a Bit!”
SPOTLIGHT: Eastside Medical Center
FEEDBACK: Finds Rewards of Volunteering In and Around Gwinnett
UPCOMING: Peachtree Corners To Get New Headquarters Firm, 500 Jobs This Spring
NOTABLE: Re-Financing Bonds Produces $80 Million Gwinnett Savings
RECOMMENDED: Plenty Porter by Brandon Noonan
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Blueberries and Strawberries Becoming Dynamic Enterprises in Georgia
TODAY’S QUOTE: Oooops! Maybe There’s Another Way for Modern Civilization!
MYSTERY PHOTO: Maybe the Architecture Will Give Away the Identity of This Photo
CALENDAR: Beauty and the Beast Coming to Duluth Middle School

by · March 14, 2017 · Full issues
Carter with her husband, Don.

3/10: On volunteering; 3 women of achievement; poisoned chalice

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Volunteering Your Time In Retirement Can Be Satisfying Experience
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Three Georgians Inducted in Women of Achievement Hall of Fame
ANOTHER VIEW: Author Foresees Trump To Become Victim of Poisoned Chalice
SPOTLIGHT: Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce
FEEDBACK: Feels It’s Best for the County for Commissioner Hunter To Resign
UPCOMING: Snellville Announces New Senior Housing Community
NOTABLE: County Votes To Continue Employment Training at Corrections Center
RECOMMENDED: Queen Sugar by Natalie Baszile
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Emory University Hospital Dates Back to Year 1904
TODAY’S QUOTE: What Living a Long Time Can Make You Believe
MYSTERY PHOTO: Flag May Give You a Clue As To This Photo’s Location
CALENDAR: Duluth Middle School To Present The Lion King Jr.

by · March 10, 2017 · Full issues
3/7: Gwinnett Challenge; Baseball’s pressure; Fishing time

3/7: Gwinnett Challenge; Baseball’s pressure; Fishing time

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TODAY’S FOCUS: GC&B Plans 19th Gwinnett Challenge in Great American Cleanup
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Fans Bring Pressure on Major League Baseball To Shorten Games
ANOTHER VIEW: Nostalgia Time as Many Proclaim, ‘I Can’t Wait to Go Fishing”
SPOTLIGHT: BrandBank
UPCOMING: Duluth “Spring Fling” Fitness Camp To Benefit Rainbow Village
NOTABLE: Sonesta Gwinnett Place Adds Bardugon to its Catering Department
RECOMMENDED: The Wars of the Roses by Dan Jones
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Gen. Lafayette Travels 400 Grueling Miles Across Georgia
TODAY’S QUOTE: Why Dogs and Cats Jump Into Your Lap
MYSTERY PHOTO: Can You Tell Us Which City Has This Skyline?
LAGNIAPPE: Philadelphia Winn DAR Chapter Names Outstanding History Teacher

by · March 7, 2017 · Full issues
3/3: Distortions to farmers markets to mass transit and more

3/3: Distortions to farmers markets to mass transit and more

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TODAY’S FOCUS: How Did Distortions and Fake Fact Become a Major National Topic?
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Farmers Markets, Wall That Heals, Gwinnett Village and an Apple
ANOTHER VIEW: Three Potential Methods for Providing Mass Transit for Gwinnett
SPOTLIGHT: Infinite Energy Center
UPCOMING: Suwanee Announces Members of Fourth Youth Leaders Class
NOTABLE: Jackson EMC Foundation Awards $40,000 to Local Agencies
RECOMMENDED: Walden by Henry David Thoreau
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Haunting Scenes Portrayed by Former Wesleyan College Professor
TODAY’S QUOTE: How Many of Us Will Achieve This in Life?
MYSTERY PHOTO: Careful Timing and Patience from Photographer in This Mystery
LAGNIAPPE: PCBA Donates to Norcross High for After School Matters Program

by · March 2, 2017 · Full issues
2/28: PCOM expands; Reactor floated up Altamaha; GOP policy and new world

2/28: PCOM expands; Reactor floated up Altamaha; GOP policy and new world

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Suwanee Campus of PCOM Marks $8 Million Campus Expansion
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Nuclear Reactor Floating Up the Altamaha Was an Amazing Sight
ANOTHER VIEW: Republican Policies Cannot Cope with the New World Realties
SPOTLIGHT: Heaven & Associates P.C.,
FEEDBACK: Gwinnett Needs To Concentrate More on Its Strengths
UPCOMING: Second Sip and Swine Barbecue Festival Is March 3-4 at Coolray Field
NOTABLE: Gwinnett Library Director Wins National Association Award
RECOMMENDED: The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper by Phaedra Patrick
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Hambidge Center Gains International Recognition for Fabric Quality
TODAY’S QUOTE: Two Secrets From Long-Ago Grecian Community
MYSTERY PHOTO: First, What Is It, and Then, Where Is It?
LAGNIAPPE: Knight Elementary School Learning in Their Pioneer Garden
CALENDAR: Start Up Basics for New Business To Be March 7 in Buford

by · February 28, 2017 · Full issues
2/24: New at Aurora; County needs sense of urgency; more

2/24: New at Aurora; County needs sense of urgency; more

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TODAY’S FOCUS: The Bridges of Madison County Among Offerings in March at Aurora
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Gwinnett Needs Urgency on Tackling Question of Mass Transit Here
SPOTLIGHT: The Piedmont Bank
UPCOMING: County Seeking To Use Technology for Better Water Usage
NOTABLE: Suwanee and Duluth Both Win Awards in SE Festival Competition
RECOMMENDED: Prayer: Experiencing the Awe and Intimacy with God by Timothy Keller
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Artist Community in Rabun County Has Been Operating Since 1934
TODAY’S QUOTE: Here’s Something Else That You Must Use Sanitary Tactics When Doing
MYSTERY PHOTO: Here’s Another Old Mill To Test Your Geography
LAGNIAPPE: PCBA Donates to Norcross High for After School Matters Program
CALENDAR: Quince Girl Expo is to be Saturday, March 11 in Pinckneyville Center.

by · February 23, 2017 · Full issues
2/21: New county slogan; Speakers on 4 religions; Immigration impact

2/21: New county slogan; Speakers on 4 religions; Immigration impact

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Chairman Outlines County’s New Slogan: “Many Voices, One Gwinnett”
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Church Plans Lenten Series of Speakers on Four Different Religions
ANOTHER VIEW: Impact on Immigrant Community Is Widespread and Poignant
SPOTLIGHT: Mingledorff’s
UPCOMING: Suwanee Preparing for Inaugural Marathon on February 26
NOTABLE: Braselton Hospital Wins National Construction Leadership Award
RECOMMENDED: The Moon Before Morning by W. S. Merwin
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Senator Richard Russell of Georgia Guides National School Lunch Program
TODAY’S QUOTE: One Way Helen Keller Felt You Could Attain Happiness
MYSTERY PHOTO: Geometric Pattern May Tell You Something About this Mystery
CALENDAR: Tucker Library Extends Frank Sharp Photo Exhibit

by · February 21, 2017 · Full issues