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12/12: New baseball name; Largest school is Norcross; PCOM plans 2nd campus

12/12: New baseball name; Largest school is Norcross; PCOM plans 2nd campus

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TODAY’S FOCUS: New Name for Gwinnett AAA Baseball Team To Be The Stripers
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Norcross High School Ranks as Largest in Attendance in Georgia
ANOTHER VIEW: PCOM Plans Second Georgia Campus To Be Located in Moultrie
SPOTLIGHT: Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce
McLEMORE’S WORLD:  What’s a Commodore?
UPCOMING: Gwinnett Kicks Off Bi-Centennial Year on December 15, 2017
NOTABLE: Lawrenceville Firm Wins Hispanic Construction Association Award
RECOMMENDED: Hunger by Roxane Gay
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Nellie Peters Black Synonym for Charity, Humanity and Citizenship
TODAY’S QUOTE: Mistakes Are Precious Life Lessons Learned the Hard Way
MYSTERY PHOTO: Well-Manicured Grass Is Major Clue to This Mystery Photo
LAGNIAPPE: Snowfall Brings Different Views for Gwinnett Scenes
CALENDAR: Georgia Campus of PCOM Plans Open House This Week

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by · December 12, 2017 · Full issues
12/8: Marketing plans; New Gwinnett book; Community gatherings

12/8: Marketing plans; New Gwinnett book; Community gatherings

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Here’s Step-by-Step Directions for Developing a Marketing Plan
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Celebrate the Gwinnett Bi-Centennial with Your Own Fact Book
ANOTHER VIEW: South Georgian Thinks Local Resident May Be on to Something
SPOTLIGHT: Brand Bank
McLEMORE’S WORLD: The new minority
UPCOMING: Lawrenceville and County To Partner on Beautification at Gateway
NOTABLE: Gwinnett Enters into Pact with Georgia Tech On Lake Water Quality
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Here Are Differences Between Insects and Spiders
TODAY’S QUOTE: You Don’t Have to Talk to be Heard
MYSTERY PHOTO: Check Out This Stunning Photo of Coastal Area; Where Is It?
CALENDAR: Photos with Animals at Shelter on December

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by · December 8, 2017 · Full issues
12/5: More respect, less partisanship; New tech tricks at library

12/5: More respect, less partisanship; New tech tricks at library

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Restoring Respect and Reducing Partisanship in Politics
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Learning New Technical Tricks for Checking Out Library Books
SPOTLIGHT: Heaven and Associates, P.C.
McLEMORE’S WORLD: Shop ‘Til You Drop
UPCOMING: Former President of Cornelia Credit Union Joins Peach State FCU
NOTABLE: Jackson EMC Members Get $9 Million Margin Refunds This Month
RECOMMENDED: It Rains in February by Leila Summers
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank Continually Sees Growth of Automation
TODAY’S QUOTE: Watch the Expiration Date on Your Prescriptions
MYSTERY PHOTO: Much Tougher Photo Is this Edition’s Mystery
CALENDAR: Lots of holiday offerings

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by · December 5, 2017 · Full issues
12/1: Hospice to change; Eagle Scout project; Obamacare attack

12/1: Hospice to change; Eagle Scout project; Obamacare attack

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Peachtree Christian Hospice To Change Method of Operation
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Norcross High Senior in Eagle Scout Project Sending Books to Soldiers
ANOTHER VIEW: Here’s the Real Reason The GOP Attack on Obamacare Should Fail
McLEMORE’S WORLD: Video Games
SPOTLIGHT: Primerica, Inc.
UPCOMING: Georgia Gwinnett College Adds Degree Concentrating on Aging Services
NOTABLE: Walton EMC Customers To Notice Credit on December Bill
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank Created in 1913 to Serve the South
TODAY’S QUOTE: How She Developed a Sense of Humor in Kindergarten
MYSTERY PHOTO: Here’s One Way To Ensure that George Graf Is Frozen Out
LAGNIAPPE: Scenes at Christmas time at Historic Gwinnett Courthouse
CALENDAR: Open House at Historic Wynne-Russell House in Lilburn is Saturday

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by · December 1, 2017 · Full issues
11/28: Trip to Canada; Mossy Creek Campground; Not on Santa’s list

11/28: Trip to Canada; Mossy Creek Campground; Not on Santa’s list

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Husband and Wife Enjoy Leisurely Trip To Western Canada
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Enjoyable Day at Mossy Creek Campground and Meaders Jug Country
ANOTHER VIEW: Perturbed by All Sorts of Gifts That Santa Cannot Bring
FEEDBACK: Rather Have Good Solutions for Problems of Our Country
McLEMORE’S WORLD: Recognizing Senior Citizens
SPOTLIGHT: Mingledorff’s
UPCOMING: Christmas Concert by Symphony Orchestra and Chorus is December 18
NOTABLE: Mountain Park Football Field To Convert to Turf by Mid-2018
RECOMMENDED: Wonder, the movie
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Slave Private from Georgia Awarded Land for His Service
TODAY’S QUOTE: Why Some People Are Rarely Mentally Ill
MYSTERY PHOTO: External Ladder May Be Key Clue in This Mystery Photo
CALENDAR: Charity Collection Continues Through December 8

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by · November 28, 2017 · Full issues
11/21: Norcross celebration; On tax reform; Tax hoax; more

11/21: Norcross celebration; On tax reform; Tax hoax; more

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Sparkle! Celebration of Christmas in Norcross Begins on December 1
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Efforts by Congress To Pass a Tax Bill Seem Close to Failure
ANOTHER VIEW: Proposals by Republicans on Taxes Are a Complete Hoax
SPOTLIGHT: Gwinnett County Public Library
FEEDBACK: We Have Gerrymandering in Gwinnett?  Can’t Believe It!
McLEMORE’S WORLD: Being Too Fat
UPCOMING: Student Art Show To Be December 3 at Snellville City Hall
NOTABLE: Georgia Gwinnett College Fall Enrollment Continues To Increase
RECOMMENDED: Civility by Stephen L. Carter
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Women in Georgia Were Not Allowed To Vote Until 1922
TODAY’S QUOTE: One Indication That People Do Not Always Think Alike
MYSTERY PHOTO: It’s Red, It‘s Brick, Has Columns, But Where and What Is It?
CALENDAR: Lilburn Tour of Homes To Be Held Night of December 2

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by · November 21, 2017 · Full issues
11/17: On Gateway 85 Gwinnett; Gerrymandering; RINOs

11/17: On Gateway 85 Gwinnett; Gerrymandering; RINOs

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Gateway 85 Gwinnett Is New Name for Former Gwinnett Village CID
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Push Your Legislators For an Independent Group To Draw Voting Lines
ANOTHER VIEW: Thoughts Considering Who and Who Is Not a RINO
SPOTLIGHT: Georgia Gwinnett College
FEEDBACK: Three Letters To Make You Scratch Your Head and Think
McLEMORE’S WORLD: Rector’s Son
UPCOMING: GGC Honors Stricklands for Funding Cell Biology Research Lab
NOTABLE: Eight GGC Nursing Students Win Awards at State Convention
RECOMMENDED: The High Sheriff of Greene by Claire U. Hertzler
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Savannah River Flows 313 Miles from Lake Hartwell to the Atlantic
TODAY’S QUOTE: Even Mystery Writers Recognize What Lying Will Produce
MYSTERY PHOTO: After an Easy Mystery Photo, This One May Be More Difficult
CALENDAR: Lawrenceville To Host 30th Annual Tree Lighting on Thanksgiving

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by · November 17, 2017 · Full issues
11/7: Duluth wins award; Peach Coke?; On speaking out

11/7: Duluth wins award; Peach Coke?; On speaking out

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Duluth’s Parsons Alley Wins Atlanta Region’s Development Award
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Suggestion of a Peach Cola Means Few Coke Execs from the South
ANOTHER VIEW: Nip Sexual Harassment in the Bud, says Hank’s Daughter
SPOTLIGHT: Peach State Federal Credit Union
McLEMORE’S WORLD: It’s Not Easy Being an Artist
FEEDBACK: More Letters from Subjects Aired Here Before
UPCOMING: “Remembering Our Fallen” Traveling Display at GJAC November 6-9
NOTABLE: Andersonville Prison Offers Night Hours on November 11
RECOMMENDED: Republican Like Me by Ken Stern
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Tallulah Falls Becomes Tourist Destination in Late 19th Century
TODAY’S QUOTE: Reasons for One Person’s Continued Happiness
MYSTERY PHOTO: One of the Favorite Mystery Photo Subject Returns Again
LAGNIAPPE: Jane Alexander Always Dresses with Impressive Hat

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by · November 7, 2017 · Full issues
11/3: About sepsis; Tom Ross and the Montagnards; Tax reform

11/3: About sepsis; Tom Ross and the Montagnards; Tax reform

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Be Aware of the Signs That You Might Be in “Septic Shock”
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Local Resident Led Team To Rescue 187 Montagnards in Vietnam
ANOTHER VIEW: Republican Tax Cut Will Favor the Richest One Per Cent
SPOTLIGHT: Georgia Campus  — Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
McLEMORE’S WORLD: Never Seeking Directions
FEEDBACK: Four Letters Respond To Previous Thoughts
UPCOMING: Eastside Medical Center Marks 20 Years of Behavioral Services
NOTABLE: Norcross Recognizes Volunteers of City Boards and Commissions
RECOMMENDED: John C. Calhoun, American Portrait by Margaret L. Coit
GEORGIA TIDBIT: St. Simons Island Neptune Park Named for Former Slave
TODAY’S QUOTE: Bum Phillips Reflecting on Two Types of Football Players
MYSTERY PHOTO: Try Your Noggin on Determining Where This Photo Is Located
CALENDAR: AARP and Library To Offer Senior Defensive Driving Course

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by · November 3, 2017 · Full issues
10/31: Truth’s Community Clinic; Eight Sugarloaf toll exits; Impeachment

10/31: Truth’s Community Clinic; Eight Sugarloaf toll exits; Impeachment

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Hebron’s Clinic Renamed Truth’s Community Clinic in Lawrenceville
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Eight Exits Proposed for Sugarloaf Parkway Extension as a Toll Road
ANOTHER VIEW: Congress Should Bury Partisanship and Seek President’s Impeachment
SPOTLIGHT: MTI Baths Inc.
McLEMORE’S WORLD: Concerning the Founding Fathers and the Second Amendment
FEEDBACK: Congressional Problem Solvers Caucus Is Ray of Hope for the Future
UPCOMING: Gwinnett Seeks Input by Nov. 26 on Comprehensive Transportation Plan
NOTABLE: Peachtree Corners Seeks Trail Name; Entries Due by December 1
RECOMMENDED: George Romney, An American Life, by Patrick Foster
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Georgia Has Produced A Rich Heritage of Blues Musicians
TODAY’S QUOTE: Eleanor Roosevelt Compares Women To a Tea Bag
MYSTERY PHOTO: This Mystery Photo Might Not Be What We’ll See in Georgia
LAGNIAPPE: Volunteers from Several Groups Clean Up DeShong Park
CALENDAR: Do It Yourself Publishing Seminar To Be November

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by · October 31, 2017 · Full issues