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2/17: PCOM’s big groundbreaking; Books by the pound; global warming

2/17: PCOM’s big groundbreaking; Books by the pound; global warming

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Medical School To Hold $8 Million Groundbreaking for Addition
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Lawrenceville Getting New Way To Buy Books Saturday: By the Pound
ANOTHER VIEW: American Concern about Global Warming at Eight Year High
SPOTLIGHT: Gwinnett County Public Library
FEEDBACK: Marginalizing One Segment of Voters Nothing but Gerrymandering
UPCOMING: Suwanee To Have First Full Marathon in Gwinnett on February 26
NOTABLE: Four from Gwinnett Among Top 40 Innovative Companies in Georgia
RECOMMENDED: It Can’t Happen Here by Sinclair Lewis
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Alliance Theatre in Atlanta Grows in Offering Prestige Plays
TODAY’S QUOTE: Why Wilbur Wright Declined a Speech
MYSTERY PHOTO: This Time the Mystery Is a Famous Horseman
LAGNIAPPE: Boy Scout Creates Snellville Memorial of 9/11 Attack
CALENDAR: Read what’s happening around Gwinnett

by · February 16, 2017 · Full issues
2/14: Gwinnett Village CID’s move; A “no” for Trump; more

2/14: Gwinnett Village CID’s move; A “no” for Trump; more

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Gwinnett Village CID Moves to New Site at I-85 and Indian Trail Road
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Judges Give New President Perhaps His First and Only “No!”
SPOTLIGHT: Georgia Gwinnett College
FEEDBACK: Appreciates Article on Keyless Auto Entry
UPCOMING: Georgia Highway 20 Four-Laned from Forsyth to Walton County Lines
NOTABLE: Ten More Athletes Named to Dacula High Sports Hall of Fame
RECOMMENDED: Poems for Life; A Special Collection of Poetry selected by various celebrities
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Alliance Theatre of Atlanta Is Largest Regional Theater in the Southeast
MYSTERY PHOTO: Do These Trees and Pathways Identify This Photo?
CALENDAR: Citizenship and Naturalization Workshop Coming Soon

by · February 14, 2017 · Full issues
2/10: New Sugar Hill mural; Keyless auto entry; Letters

2/10: New Sugar Hill mural; Keyless auto entry; Letters

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Sugar Hill To Cut Ribbon Sunday on Its New “Sweet Life” Mural
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Have You Faced Problems with Your Keyless Auto Not Starting?
SPOTLIGHT: United Community Bank,
FEEDBACK: More on Legalized Gambling, Lying and Bicameral Legislatures
UPCOMING: Aurora Upcoming Performance Concerns Re-Writing of History
NOTABLE: Suwanee Seeking Design For Its Annual SuwaneeFest Celebration
RECOMMENDED RESTAURANT: Fergusson’s on the Square, Hoschton
GEORGIA TIDBIT: State of Georgia Has Yet To Recognize Ebos Landing as a Landmark Site
TODAY’S QUOTE: We Can Only Hope To Be Guided By The Intelligent Half
MYSTERY PHOTO: One Person Knew Immediately Where the Photo Was Taken
LAGNIAPPE: “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” Was Recently in Lawrenceville
CALENDAR: Walk the Talk Event on Saturday, February 11 at George Pierce Park

by · February 9, 2017 · Full issues
2/7: On false accusations; Super Bowl trip; election changes

2/7: On false accusations; Super Bowl trip; election changes

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Stop Believing Those Who Continually Yell False Accusations
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Gwinnettians Enjoy Trip to Super Bowl, But Also Disappointed
ANOTHER VIEW: Wants Several Steps Taken To Insure Legitimacy of Elections
SPOTLIGHT: Peach State Federal Credit Union
FEEDBACK: More Views from Readers about Casino Gambling in Georgia
UPCOMING: Holtkamp Firm Sponsors Free Admission to Hudgens Center in 2017
NOTABLE: GGC Tutoring Service Wins Award for Tri-Level Activities
RECOMMENDED: 1493 by Charles C. Mann
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Story of Ebos Landing Told From Two Highly Different Perspectives
TODAY’S QUOTE: Even George Washington Saw Problems with Partisanship
MYSTERY PHOTO: Some Land, A Building in the Background Are Clues in Mystery
LAGNIAPPE: Chinese New Year Celebrated in Chamblee
CALENDAR: Coffee and Questions with the IRS Service Coming Soon

by · February 7, 2017 · Full issues
2/3: No on casino gambling, this, that, and gerrymandering

2/3: No on casino gambling, this, that, and gerrymandering

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Say No to Casino Gambling in Georgia: the Social Costs Are Too High
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Bits and Pieces from All Over Including a Bumper Sticker with a Twist
ANOTHER VIEW: Rise Up, Like Falcons Will; Take Action To Halt Gerrymandering
SPOTLIGHT: Lail Family Dentistry
FEEDBACK: Time for Some People To Quit Being Sore Winners; Move On!
UPCOMING: New Duluth Development near City Hall Will Add Nearly 100 Homes
NOTABLE: Gwinnett Tech Enrollment Up 14%, Which Is Highest Ever
RECOMMENDED: Once Upon a Time in Mississippi by Merle Temple
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Moravians Find Early Disappointment in Pre-Revolutionary Georgia
TODAY’S QUOTE: Given time, The Psychic Can Be Proven Right
MYSTERY PHOTO: Clues in This Photograph May Give You a Start as to Its Location
LAGNIAPPE: Philadelphia Winn DAR Chapter Visits Chateau Elan for Lunch Outing
CALENDAR: Detention Pond Maintenance Workshop Coming Soon

by · February 2, 2017 · Full issues
1/31: On warmest year on record, mobile homes, Greatest Generation

1/31: On warmest year on record, mobile homes, Greatest Generation

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TODAY’S FOCUS: The Most Recent Year, 2016, Was the Warmest Year on Record
EEB PERSPECTIVE: How About Eliminating Manufacturing of Mobile Homes?
ANOTHER VIEW: Modesty One of the Characteristics of Many of Greatest Generation
SPOTLIGHT: Georgia Campus – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
FEEDBACK: Six Letters on Varied Subjects Today
UPCOMING: Gwinnett Tech Launching New Health Program, “Sterile Technicians”
NOTABLE: Duluth Recognizes Nine Citizens for Contributions to Community
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Early Moravians in Georgia Were from the Present day Czech Republic
TODAY’S QUOTE: Even Ages Ago, There Was Conversation About the Truth
MYSTERY PHOTO: Look Up To Recognize This Special Shape
LAGNIAPPE: Workshop Coming Soon for Brain Injury Survivors

by · January 31, 2017 · Full issues
1/24: Aurora’s offerings and the down sides of social media

1/24: Aurora’s offerings and the down sides of social media

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Again This Year, Aurora Theatre Presents Educational Opportunities
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Hunter Upends Gwinnett County’s Calm Diverse Community
SPOTLIGHT: Aurora Theatre
FEEDBACK: Raises Question of Possible Conflict of Interest of New President
UPCOMING: Phone Scammers Back with Another Way To Part You with Money
NOTABLE: Gwinnett Lifeguards Take First Place at Event for Second Year
RECOMMENDED: Memoirs of a Sword Swallower by David P. Mannix
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Northern Artists Attracted to Savannah for Scenes To Paint
TODAY’S QUOTE: How Bob Uecker Made Out on the Endorsement Circuit
MYSTERY PHOTO: What city has this skyline?
CALENDAR: Coming events

by · January 24, 2017 · Full issues
1/20: On kindness, Trump’s inauguration and our knowledge about the world

1/20: On kindness, Trump’s inauguration and our knowledge about the world

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Be Intentional About Showing Love and Kindness Toward Others
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Our Sincere Best Wishes To President Trump on His Inauguration Day
ANOTHER VIEW: Media Provides So Much Info, But Why Do We Know So Little?
SPOTLIGHT: U.S. Asset Management
FEEDBACK: Electoral College Is Outdated in Protecting the Smaller States
UPCOMING: New London Theatre Presents Godspell Beginning on January 20
NOTABLE: Gwinnett Tech and AARP Team Up To Provide Tax Preparation
RECOMMENDED: 1491 By Charles Mann
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Lamar Dodd Brings Successful Artists-in-Residence to UGA Campus
TODAY’S QUOTE: Why He May Have Paid Too Much for His Carpet
MYSTERY PHOTO: Many Readers May Have at One Time Seen This Mill
LAGNIAPPE: More Photos of the Dr. Martin Luther King Day Parade
CALENDAR: Latino Medical Students Coming to Suwanee Medical Campus

by · January 20, 2017 · Full issues
1/17: Gaps between south Ga. and Gwinnett; Catching up; Immigration strategy

1/17: Gaps between south Ga. and Gwinnett; Catching up; Immigration strategy

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Widening Gap Obvious Between Gwinnett and Rest of State
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Catching Up with the News; Michael Thurmond To Head DeKalb
ANOTHER VIEW: President Bush-2 Outlined Immigrant Strategy Years Ago
SPOTLIGHT: Howard Brothers
FEEDBACK: Enjoying GwinnettForum Although No Longer Gwinnett Resident
UPCOMING: Snellville Has New Portals About Towne Center Project
NOTABLE: Gainesville Theatre Alliance Has Plays, Stage Tours in February
RECOMMENDED: Re-Reading the Classics
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Scenes of the South Inspire Notable Artists During the 1940s
TODAY’S QUOTE: Chinaberry Climbing Challenges Her To See the End of the World
MYSTERY PHOTO: Be Careful and Detect the Clues in This Issue’s Mystery Photo
LAGNIAPPE: Emory University Commemorated in Photo from Orlando Massacre
CALENDAR: Authors Plan Visit Through Gwinnett Library

by · January 17, 2017 · Full issues
10/13: On fake news, Trump administration, online tickets

10/13: On fake news, Trump administration, online tickets

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Here’s Why Gullible Public Is Taken in by Fake News
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Trump Administration May Be Turning Point for Our Government
ANOTHER VIEW: Watch It: You Might Get Ripped Off Anywhere Online
SPOTLIGHT: Hayes Family Automotive Group
FEEDBACK: More on Punctuation and Adverbs and on Weather Experts
UPCOMING: North Gwinnett Kiwanians Plan 9th Annual Father-Daughter Dance
NOTABLE: Kaiser Permanente Opens Contact Center in Gwinnett with 800 Jobs
RECOMMENDED: “An Honest Liar,” documentary film on Netflix
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Artists in Georgia Flourished in 1930s and 1940s
TODAY’S QUOTE: Some Lives Die Because They Remain Silent
MYSTERY PHOTO: Peaceful Scene with Moon, Water and Boats Seems Restful
LAGNIAPPE: New Way to Enjoy Wintertime in Sugar Hill: Ice Skating
CALENDAR: Author Lisa Gardner Plans Appearance in Gwinnett

by · January 13, 2017 · Full issues