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4/28: On controlling political signs, dark money and more

4/28: On controlling political signs, dark money and more

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Voting Season Gives Rise To Proposal To Control Those Political Signs
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Book Puts Light on the Way Big Money Influences Politics
SPOTLIGHT: Lail Family Dentistry
FEEDBACK: Values Academic Freedom and Open and Vigorous Debate of Issues
UPCOMING: GEHC Plans GreenFest on April 30 to Commemorate Earth Day
NOTABLE: Gwinnett Tech Foundation Awards the first Nana Grant to Amber Aur
RECOMMENDED: The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Italian Born Artist Athos Menaboni Finds Success in Atlanta
TODAY’S QUOTE: Why Does Mankind Recognize This But Acts the Way It Does?
MYSTERY PHOTO: Neat Building Begs You To Identify Where It’s Located
CALENDAR: ArtFest on the Lawrenceville Lawn Saturday, April 29

by · April 28, 2017 · Full issues
4/25: Potter’s ornament; Braves and pencils; Fewer traffic problems?

4/25: Potter’s ornament; Braves and pencils; Fewer traffic problems?

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Suwanee Potter Produces Leaf Ornament for Art on Limb, 2017
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Atlanta Braves Quiz, Just One Word Error and about Pencils
ANOTHER VIEW: What’ s This? Fewer Problems in Traffic after I-85 Falls?
SPOTLIGHT: Georgia Campus – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
FEEDBACK: Suggests Program of Freedom of Movement Across Our Borders
UPCOMING: Gwinnett Library Launching Program To Access Wi-Fi Hot Spots
NOTABLE: GACS Junior Parker Jennings Wins Second Shuler Award
RECOMMENDED: Hemingway’s Cats by Carlene Fredericka Brennen
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Augusta Native Became Military Aide to Two U.S. Presidents
TODAY’S QUOTE: Sometimes You Should Just Leave Your Enemy Alone
MYSTERY PHOTO: Stunning Whiteness Stands Out in This Mystery Photo
CALENDAR: Spring Gala of Norcross High School Foundation Is This Weekend

by · April 25, 2017 · Full issues
4/21: Cleaning up a creek; A business success story

4/21: Cleaning up a creek; A business success story

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful Takes Aim at Cleaning Bromolow Creek
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Gwinnett Hispanic Businessman Finds Success in Gwinnett and Southeast
SPOTLIGHT: MTI Baths Inc.
UPCOMING: Gwinnett To House More State-sentenced Inmates at Correctional Unit
NOTABLE: Three Gwinnett Cities Named Among Top Ten Best Suburbs for 2017
RECOMMENDED: Darktown by Thomas Mullen
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Gov. Samuel Elbert Oversaw Chartering of University of Georgia
TODAY’S QUOTE: How Ideals and the Stars Are Alike
MYSTERY PHOTO: Can You Identify This Historic House and Tell Its Significance?
LAGNIAPPE: Lilburn Woman’s Club Gets Allstate Helping Hands Grant
CALENDAR: Bed Race Around Gwinnett Historic Courthouse Is This Weekend

by · April 20, 2017 · Full issues
4/18: Dream Keepers’ unveiling; and more on Jim Ellis

4/18: Dream Keepers’ unveiling; and more on Jim Ellis

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TODAY’S FOCUS: The “Dream Keepers of Tomorrow” To Be Unveiled in Duluth on April 29
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Why Jim Ellis Concentrated Dealerships on Peachtree Industrial Blvd.
SPOTLIGHT: Aurora Theatre
FEEDBACK: Californian Remembers First Meeting with Jim Ellis Years Ago
UPCOMING: Snellville Police Plan Drug Take-Back Event on April 29
NOTABLE: Solicitor Dismisses 89 Cases Involving Dismissed Gwinnett Policemen
RECOMMENDED: HotRocks Grill in Peachtree Corners
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Banker Mills B. Lane Had Major Impact on Many Atlanta Activities
TODAY’S QUOTE: There’s a Tragic Flaw In the Constitution of the United States
MYSTERY PHOTO: Banker Mills B. Lane Had Major Impact on Many Atlanta Activities

by · April 17, 2017 · Full issues
4/14: Norcross hall of famers; About Jim Ellis; On Russia

4/14: Norcross hall of famers; About Jim Ellis; On Russia

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Three from Norcross High To Go Into NHS Foundation Hall of Fame
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Talking with the Person Behind the Many Jim Ellis Auto Dealerships
ANOTHER VIEW: After Study, Realizes Why Russia Is Working So Closely with Syria
SPOTLIGHT: U.S. Asset Management
UPCOMING: Suwanee’s Glow in the Park Coming to Town Center April 15
NOTABLE: Lawrenceville To Consider $20 Million Project for Downtown Area
RECOMMENDED: Cumberland Island National Seashore
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Banker Mills B. Lane Played Key Role in Atlanta Development
TODAY’S QUOTE: What Playing Golf Has Come To in the Modern Day
MYSTERY PHOTO: Trees, Cars……Clues Abound for This Edition’s Mystery Photo
LAGNIAPPE: Lawrenceville Utility Work Required Before Two Way Traffic
CALENDAR: Rep. Woodall to Speak in Downtown Duluth on April 17

by · April 14, 2017 · Full issues
4/11: On America’s greatness; Fairness in government; more

4/11: On America’s greatness; Fairness in government; more

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Yearns for Day When USA Can Say with Authority, We Are Great
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Fairness In Government Is Basic to the Laws and Customs of Our Nation
SPOTLIGHT: Howard Brothers
FEEDBACK: Urges Peachtree Corners To Consider Enlarging Town Green
UPCOMING: GGC Plans Seventh Annual Button Gwinnett Day on April 12
NOTABLE: Crystal Kerwin Becomes Gwinnett Tech’s 2017 Distinguished Student
RECOMMENDED: Georgia Backroads magazine
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Sherry Smith Held His Own Against Baseball Superstars of Another Era
TODAY’S QUOTE: Will Rogers’ Thoughts Apply to USA Today
MYSTERY PHOTO: You May Be Fooled by Where This Southern Mansion Is
LAGNIAPPE: An Exhibit of the Works of Frank Sharp is at Tucker Library
CALENDAR: Check out coming events

by · April 11, 2017 · Full issues
4/7: Mayberry Moments; On William C. O’Kelley; Against larger boards

4/7: Mayberry Moments; On William C. O’Kelley; Against larger boards

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Mayberry Moments Coming to Duluth’s Red Clay Theater on May 6
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Gwinnett To Lose Its Most Senior Government Official Soon
ANOTHER VIEW: Opposes Larger Boards in Gwinnett and Suggests a County Charter
SPOTLIGHT: Hayes Automotive Group
FEEDBACK: More on Old Rural Buildings and Insurance for Congress Members
UPCOMING: Gwinnett To Resurface 170 Miles of Roadway This Year
NOTABLE: Lawrenceville Picks 12 Residents for Hooper-Renwick Committee
RECOMMENDED: Historic Rural Churches of Georgia, by Sonny Seals and George S. Hart
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Air Crash in Paris Leads To Establishment of Memorial Arts Center
TODAY’S QUOTE: Hunting for the Exact Right Word
MYSTERY PHOTO: There’s A Story Behind Today’s Mystery Photo
LAGNIAPPE: New Painted-on-Road Directions Help Maneuver in Lilburn
CALENDAR: Bird Walk at George Pearce Park This Saturday Morning

by · April 7, 2017 · Full issues
4/4: Our 17th birthday with features on town green, highways, ACA

4/4: Our 17th birthday with features on town green, highways, ACA

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Architect Completes Design of Town Green for Peachtree Corners
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Highway Routings, Political Forums and a Jackson EMC Promotion
ANOTHER VIEW: Republicans Now Need to Fix What They Feel Is Wrong with ACA
SPOTLIGHT: Walton EMC
FEEDBACK: Those Old Rural Buildings Are Now Homes for Bats, Owls and Varmints
UPCOMING: Senior Connections To Recognize Levetts with Community Award
NOTABLE: Georgia Gwinnett Wins IIE’s Andrew Heiskell Award for Innovation
RECOMMENDED: Sell Out by Ebony Joy Wilkins
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Great Speckled Bird Has Amazing Run in Atlanta Newspaper Circles
TODAY’S QUOTE: For Some Matters, All You Need Is One
MYSTERY PHOTO: This Is Not Just Your Ordinary Victorian House
LAGNIAPPE: Plethora of Easter Egg Hunts Scheduled around Gwinnett County
CALENDAR: Pet the Cat’s Author Coming to Aurora Theatre

by · April 4, 2017 · Full issues
3/31: More on rural buildings; More diverse boards;  Orange bubble coat

3/31: More on rural buildings; More diverse boards; Orange bubble coat

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TODAY’S FOCUS: South Georgia Native Addresses Why Abandoned Buildings Still Standing
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Coming Soon: A Much More Diverse Board Structure in Gwinnett
ANOTHER VIEW: Remembering That Old Orange Bubble Coat in the Closet
SPOTLIGHT: The Piedmont Bank
FEEDBACK: Climate Change and Two Letters Concerning Possible Baseball Rule Changes
UPCOMING: Sixth Art Market To Be Held at Pinckneyville Park on April 15
NOTABLE: DAR Member Giving Class to Fourth Graders on U.S. History
RECOMMENDED: It’s Good Weather for Fudge: Conversing with Carson McCullers by Sue Brannan Walker
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Fannin County Namesake Fought against Mexico, But Executed There
TODAY’S QUOTE: Some People Just Seem To Want To Go Back Again
MYSTERY PHOTO: Give us Two Parts of Your Answer for This Mystery Photo
LAGNIAPPE: Sonesta Gwinnett Place Hotel Now Showcasing Kudzu Art Zone Artists
CALENDAR: Chipper Jones Coming to Coolray Field in April

by · March 31, 2017 · Full issues
3/27: Suggested baseball rule changes; Dilapidated buildings; Climate change

3/27: Suggested baseball rule changes; Dilapidated buildings; Climate change

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Nine Rule Changes That Would Improve the Game of Baseball
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Crumbling Buildings in Rural South Georgia Can Depress You
ANOTHER VIEW: Say What You Want, But Facts Show that Climate Change Is Real
SPOTLIGHT: Precision Planning Inc.
FEEDBACK: Separate But Equal, R&R, Medicare and Life in Gwinnett
UPCOMING: New Library Program Offers Hi-Tech Coursework Design
NOTABLE: Upgrading of Crooked Creek Reclamation Plant To Cost $136 Million
NOT RECOMMENDED: Slow Horses by Mike Herron
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Fannin County Namesake Attends West Point, and Becomes Planter
TODAY’S QUOTE: George Carlin on the Intelligence of the Average Person
MYSTERY PHOTO: All You Have To Do Is Suggest Where This Waterwheel Is
LAGNIAPPE: Propellant by Hair Spray Project at GGC Emphasizes Data Importance
CALENDAR: Coming events

by · March 28, 2017 · Full issues