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10/20: Artist comes full circle; Faster computer; Congress abdicates

10/20: Artist comes full circle; Faster computer; Congress abdicates

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Artist Comes Full Circle, to Pinckneyville, Where Her Creativity Began
EEB PERSPECTIVE: One Way to Solve the Problem of Getting Your Child a Faster Computer
ANOTHER VIEW: Congress Abdicates, While the President Uses Executive Orders
SPOTLIGHT: Howard Brothers
FEEDBACK: Weather Forecasting in Atlanta: Area Is the Size of Massachusetts
UPCOMING: First Public Orchard and Playground in SE Opens Oct. 22 in Suwanee
NOTABLE: County Chooses Pond and Company for 2040 Unified Plan
RECOMMENDED: Alexandria Reborn by Mark Wallace Maguire
GEORGIA TIDBIT: 30,000-Acre Cohutta Wilderness Is Largest in Eastern United States
TODAY’S QUOTE: Benjamin Franklin on Our Precious Freedoms
MYSTERY PHOTO: This Tranquil Mystery Photo Site Asks You for Identification
CALENDAR: Lilburn Candidate Forum Scheduled for Monday, October 30

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by · October 20, 2017 · Full issues
10/10:  On Machu Picchu; Gwinnett model train set; Estate taxes

10/10: On Machu Picchu; Gwinnett model train set; Estate taxes

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Here’s a Breath-Taking Account of a Visit to Machu Picchu, Per
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Snellville Resident Selling Model Trains Layout and Plans History Book
ANOTHER VIEW: Federal Estate Taxes Affect Only the Richest of the Rich
SPOTLIGHT: Hayes Family Automotive Group
UPCOMING: STEAM Activities Scheduled for Duluth on Friday Night
NOTABLE: Sheryl Dallas To Become Gwinnett Human Resources Director
RECOMMENDED: Origin by Dan Brown
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Three Confederate Ships Bear the Name Savannah During Civil War
TODAY’S QUOTE: What Horses Have That People Do Not Have
MYSTERY PHOTO: Not Your Ordinary Building for Today’s Mystery Photo
CALENDAR: Bird Club Plans Auction on October 16

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by · October 10, 2017 · Full issues
8/25: On Afghanistan; An eclipse wedding; Katrina comparison

8/25: On Afghanistan; An eclipse wedding; Katrina comparison

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Why Are We Continuing To Pour Money and Blood into Afghanistan?
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Duluth High Graduate Gets Married During Total Eclipse
ANOTHER VIEW: Comparing 2017 Charlottesville with Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans
SPOTLIGHT: Mingledorff’s
FEEDBACK: Three Letters All Around Activities Out of Charlottesville
UPCOMING: Pleasant Hill Road in Duluth To Get Widening Project
NOTABLE: Centerville Scout Creates Drop Boxes to Honorably Retire U.S. Flags
RECOMMENDED: Sam’s on Main in Grayson
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Architect Thomas Bradbury Had Major Influence on Atlanta Skyline
TODAY’S QUOTE: What Is Needed in the Art of Leadership
MYSTERY PHOTO: The Key Clue in this Mystery Photo is the Design of the Building
LAGNIAPPE: Georgia Gwinnett College Had $451 Million Impact on County in 2016
CALENDAR: Norcross Farmers Market Offers Disposal of Tattered Flags

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by · August 24, 2017 · Full issues
7/18: Aurora’s 22nd season; Ding-a-lings; Health care

7/18: Aurora’s 22nd season; Ding-a-lings; Health care

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Aurora Opens 22nd Season With Hunchback of Notre Dame on July 20
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Those Ding-A-Lings Kept Adding Up….To Another Scam
ANOTHER VIEW: U.S. Should Abolish Health Insurance and Go To Single Payer System
SPOTLIGHT: MTI Baths Inc.
FEEDBACK: Suggests That All School Districts Require School Bus Seat Belts
UPCOMING: Lionheart’s Clybourne Park To Be Staged from July 21-August 6
NOTABLE: Summer’s the Time To Watch Out for Scams in Home Improvements
RECOMMENDED: Brooklyn, a movie, directed by John Crowley, 2016
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Auto Magnate Howard Coffin Leads Development of Coastal Georgia
TODAY’S QUOTE: Using Beliefs To Support Your Own Existence
MYSTERY PHOTO: Colorful Clues Look You in the Face in This Photo Mystery
LAGNIAPPE: Peggy Freeman Wins Daughters of the American Revolution Award

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by · July 18, 2017 · Full issues
5/2: New PC city hall; Charm of an older hotel; Data and guns

5/2: New PC city hall; Charm of an older hotel; Data and guns

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TODAY’S FOCUS: Peachtree Corners To Buy Building in Technology Park for City Hall
EEB PERSPECTIVE: Stay at Older Hotel in Hot Springs, Ark. Proves To Be Memorable
ANOTHER VIEW: Good Data Equals Good Public Policy in Gun Debate
SPOTLIGHT: Peach State Federal Credit Union
UPCOMING: Gwinnett Tech To Host Coding Youth Camps This Summer
NOTABLE: Eastside Medical Center Proudly Flies Donate Life Flag
RECOMMENDED: This Close to Happy: A Reckoning with Depression by Daphne Merkin
GEORGIA TIDBIT: Artist Find Acceptance, Including Major Work Done for Coca-Cola
TODAY’S QUOTE: Problems With Having an Open Mind
MYSTERY PHOTO: Tell us Who This Bust Represents and Where It’s Located
LAGNIAPPE: Roving Photographer Frank Sharp Visits Zoo Atlanta
CALENDAR: Paper Shredding at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lilburn on May 13

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by · May 2, 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

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by · April 4, 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

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by · March 28, 2017 · Full issues
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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.

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by · March 10, 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

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by · February 28, 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

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by · January 20, 2017 · Full issues