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6/23: On LED lighting; Georgia’s 7th district; Questions about Trump

6/23: On LED lighting; Georgia’s 7th district; Questions about Trump

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Here’s a Primer On Saving Money with the new Modern LED Lighting
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Already Three Democratic Challengers to Rep. Woodall in 7th District
ANOTHER VIEW: Raises Question of What Does the President Have to Hide
SPOTLIGHT: The Piedmont Bank
UPCOMING: Second Mural Soon Coming to the City of Sugar Hill
NOTABLE: County Grants Two Non-Profit Healthcare Grants of $200,000 Each
RECOMMENDED: The Wolf Of The Kremlin by Stuart Kahan
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Georgia Long Regrets 1819 Tennessee Definition of Northern Boundary
TODAY’S QUOTE: Two Effects That Jack Benny Did Not Deserve
MYSTERY PHOTO: The Question This Edition Is Not What But Where
LAGNIAPPE: Snellville Created Commission to Get More Youth Involved with the City
CALENDAR: Music Festival Will Begin Soon in Braselton

by · June 23, 2017 · Full issues
6/20: About Nancy Yancey; Congressional baseball; Health care

6/20: About Nancy Yancey; Congressional baseball; Health care

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Long-Term Rainbow Village CEO Nancy Yancey Announces Retirement
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Enjoying the Congressional Baseball Game in Washington, D.C.
ANOTHER VIEW: Let Everyone, Not Just Me, Have a Fair Shot at Living to the Age of 150
SPOTLIGHT: Precision Planning, Inc.
FEEDBACK: Several Readers Add to the Perspective about Martin Luther
UPCOMING: Environmental Center Offers Southeastern Plant Show until Aug. 19
NOTABLE: Lawrenceville Has New Financial Director Previously in Roswell
RECOMMENDED: My Ages of Anxiety by Scott Stossel
GEORGIA TIDBIT: A Simple Marked Rock Marks Georgia Northern Line with SC and NC
TODAY’S QUOTE: Here’s How You Go About Having a Pretty Good Time
MYSTERY PHOTO: Often Photographed Subject, But Just Where Is It?
LAGNIAPPE: Accents Creative Group Celebrates with Move To New Office
CALENDAR: Duluth City Officials Offer Chat Time Tuesday Night

by · June 20, 2017 · Full issues
6/16: On rabies vaccinations; Martin Luther; gun-free zones

6/16: On rabies vaccinations; Martin Luther; gun-free zones

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TODAY’S FOCUS: County Offers Free Rabies Vaccinations for Pets in Norcross Area
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Ever Stop To Consider: Martin Luther Also Had a Love Life!
ANOTHER VIEW: Call Officials To Close “Tailgate Party” of Campus Carry Bill
SPOTLIGHT: The Gwinnett Braves
FEEDBACK: For Travel, Most Europeans Don’t Wear Flip Flops, Tank Tops, Pajamas, Etc.
UPCOMING: Two Grants to Norcross High Foundation Help After School Matters
NOTABLE: Lawrenceville Updates Website To Improve Transparency
RECOMMENDED: The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Georgia’s Southern Boundary Line Difficult to Establish over Years
TODAY’S QUOTE: What One Actor Did To Honor His Father
MYSTERY PHOTO: Here’s Another Idyllic Spot for You To Spend Some Luxury Time
LAGNIAPPE: GSU, Gwinnett Tech, Makes Getting RN Degree Much Easier
CALENDAR: Meet a Genealogist in Braselton on June 17

by · June 16, 2017 · Full issues
6/13: Lessons after burglaries; Dressing at airport; Medicare; More

6/13: Lessons after burglaries; Dressing at airport; Medicare; More

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Homeowner Finds Ransacked House, then Plenty of Problems
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Viewing Dress at the Airport, and How to Present Georgia’s Weather
ANOTHER VIEW: Is Tide Finally Turning on Medicare; Unlikely, But Who Knows?
SPOTLIGHT: Gwinnett Medical Center
FEEDBACK: Vintage Gwinnett Law Required Cars Approaching Mules To Stop
UPCOMING: Lilburn’s BAPS Mandir To Mark 10th Anniversary Soon
NOTABLE: Suwanee Only Gwinnett City with S&P AAA Credit Rating
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Georgia’s Southern Boundary and That of USA Were Once the Same
TODAY’S QUOTE: A Plan Aimed at Hunger, Poverty, Desperation and Chaos
MYSTERY PHOTO: Soaring Heights Is One Clue in This Mystery Photo
LAGNIAPPE: Two Festivals Got Roving Photographer Attention Last Weekend
CALENDAR: Art Is the Only Way at The Rectory in Norcross on June 16

by · June 13, 2017 · Full issues
6/9: On Concussion Institute; Duluth’s downtown; Russian advice

6/9: On Concussion Institute; Duluth’s downtown; Russian advice

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Medical Center’s Concussion Institute Provider to Pro Football Players
EEB PERSPECTIVE: It’s Thrilling To See Downtown Duluth Plan Coming Together
ANOTHER VIEW: Listen to the Russians on Afghanistan: “Leave as Quickly as You Can”
SPOTLIGHT: Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District
FEEDBACK: Read Gwinnett Ethics Board Recommendations About Tommy Hunter
UPCOMING: Duluth Kicks Off Art Week 2017 on June 9 for Nine Day Run
NOTABLE: WES Foundation of Duluth Grants $100,000 to Leukemia Research
RECOMMENDED: Ray’s Donuts in Hamilton Mill and Lawrenceville
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Georgia’s Western Boundary Once Extended to the “South Seas”
TODAY’S QUOTE: One Way George Washington Might Have Shown His ID
MYSTERY PHOTO: Put on the Thinking Cap To Help Solve This Mystery Photo

by · June 9, 2017 · Full issues
6/6: Parsons Alley; Eerie moment; Vietnam story

6/6: Parsons Alley; Eerie moment; Vietnam story

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Duluth’s Parsons Alley Wins Prestigious Urban Design Award
EEB PERSPECTIVE: An Eerie Moment After Reading a South Georgia Newspaper
ANOTHER VIEW: Sister Learns 50 Years Later What Happened to Brother in Vietnam
SPOTLIGHT: Eastside Medical Center
FEEDBACK: Even the British Were Slow To Learn about Afghanistan
UPCOMING: Gwinnett Parks and Recreation Offer Summer Camp through July 28
NOTABLE: North Gwinnett Arts Association Accepting Summer Show Entries
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Allman Brothers Band Continues To Be On Tour in 21st Century
TODAY’S QUOTE: Canadian Author Asks A Question about Summertime
MYSTERY PHOTO: Immediate Clue in Mystery Photo Is Snow on the Ground
LAGNIAPPE: Philadelphia Winn DAR Chapter Provides Welcome on Memorial Day

by · June 5, 2017 · Full issues
6/2: DAR, SAR collaborate; No more build-up; Dacula parade

6/2: DAR, SAR collaborate; No more build-up; Dacula parade

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Lawrenceville’s DAR and SAR Often Collaborate on Projects
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Another Local Soldier Falls Abroad; No More Build-up, President Trump
SPOTLIGHT: Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce
FEEDBACK: Suggests Name of Gwinnett Buttons for Class AAA Baseball Team
UPCOMING: Braselton DDA Seeking Applicants for Two Seats on Authority
NOTABLE: County Approves Expansion of Sugarloaf CID by 12 Parcels
RECOMMENDED: Our Kind of People by Lawrence Otis Graham
GEORGIA TIDBIT: The Allman Brothers Band, Formed in 1969, Created Southern Rock
TODAY’S QUOTE: Look What Happens When All the World Is Our Stage
MYSTERY PHOTO: Another Water Wheel-Driven Mill for You to Research
LAGNIAPPE: Dacula Pulls Out the Stops for Its Annual Memorial Day Parade
CALENDAR: Southern Wings Bird Club Annual Picnic is June 12

by · June 2, 2017 · Full issues
5/30: Body donor program at PCOM; Our Bill of Rights; more

5/30: Body donor program at PCOM; Our Bill of Rights; more

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Body Donor Program at Ga.-PCOM Is Key Element in Medical Training
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Americans Distinctively Thrive Under Our Bill of Rights
SPOTLIGHT: BrandBank
FEEDBACK: Finds She Likes to Live in a Diverse Society in Gwinnett
UPCOMING: Lift Up Atlanta Plans Summer Fun Festival June 17 in Lawrenceville
NOTABLE: Ga-PCOM Confers Degrees on 265 Students in Its Ninth Graduation
RECOMMENDED: Sybil’s Family Restaurant in Jesup
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Here’s a List of Ten Major Civil War Sites in Georgia
TODAY’S QUOTE: We Should Be Thankful That We Misunderstand One Another
MYSTERY PHOTO: Abundance of Clues Should Help Guide You To This Identification
CALENDAR: Seventh Annual Peachtree Corners Festival Coming on June 10-11

by · May 30, 2017 · Full issues
5/26: Sugar Hill’s water; Gwinnett’s diversity; Beach’s sand

5/26: Sugar Hill’s water; Gwinnett’s diversity; Beach’s sand

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Water Seen as Unifying Force as It Will Flow Through Sugar Hill
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Gwinnett’s Great Diversity Makes One Newcomer Feel Comfortable
ANOTHER VIEW: The Joys of a Five Year Old Being Buried on the Beach Up to His Head
SPOTLIGHT: Infinite Energy Center
FEEDBACK: Peachtree Corners Council Determined To Build Unwanted Bridge
UPCOMING: Aging Expo for 50 and Over at Infinite Energy Center on June 3
NOTABLE: Snellville Resident Wins Highest Honors Award at VMI
RECOMMENDED: OLLI-Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
GEORGIA TIDBIT: From Daguerreotypes to Kodachrome, See 18,000 Photos of Georgia
TODAY’S QUOTE: What Working at a Fire Hydrant Factory Produces
MYSTERY PHOTO: For the Memorial Day Weekend, Where Is This Memorial?
LAGNIAPPE: Clean-Up of Bromolow Creek Wetlands Proves Successful
CALENDAR: PCOM Awards Degrees to 265 Students on Friday

by · May 26, 2017 · Full issues
5/23: On rabid cat attacks; Film crew at home; Academic accomplishments

5/23: On rabid cat attacks; Film crew at home; Academic accomplishments

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TODAY’S FOCUS: After Rabid Cat Attack, Watch Out for Animals Behaving Unusually
EEB PERSPECTIVE: What Happens When A Film Crew Wants Your House for Shooting
ANOTHER VIEW: Shining Some Light on Academic Accomplishments at One High School
SPOTLIGHT: Heaven and Associates, P.C.
FEEDBACK: Pleased at Speedy Treatment at Gwinnett Med Center Emergency Room
UPCOMING: Gwinnett To Add One More Name to Fallen Heroes Memorial on May 29
NOTABLE: Georgia Gwinnett College Awards Record 505 Bachelor’s Degrees
RECOMMENDED: The Little Book of Hygge by Meik Wiking
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Vet College Gives Students Hands-On Experience in Diagnosis of Animals
TODAY’S QUOTE: Here’s What You Need To Pass to Your Descendants
MYSTERY PHOTO: Today’s Mystery Photo Is a Very Tall Column
LAGNIAPPE: Parkview Students Win Scarbrough Water Prize on Filtration Technique

by · May 23, 2017 · Full issues