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July 24, 2018

Letter to the Editor: I salute the flag

I wrote an article critical of the football kneelers. I got pummeled by one reader I do not know, implying I am radical giving too much importance to a piece of cloth.

Let me paint a picture for people who believe Old Glory is unimportant.

Craig Roberts and Richard Steele

Be The Inspiration

June is Rotary fellowship month. When I looked online to see what that means to Rotarians, I was unsure. I saw lots of ideas about existing fellowships which appear to be groups that have been formed so that Rotarians with similar hobbies can meet and pursue interest areas they are passionate about.

Katie Hart Smith

To Reality, or Not To Reality?

To reality, or not to reality: that is the question. Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageously scripted reality TV…or not.

Bill York


Maybe the candidates for Governor are equally qualified but the doctored pictures used by one candidate to make her opponent appear shop-worn provided me the reason to vote Republican. I will not consider a Democrat because collectively they want me to give up my guns leaving me without protection against marauders.

Judine Lynch | Certified Home Care of Georgia

Knowing the type of care, you want!

My name is Judine Lynch, and I have been providing care and staff-ing since 1987. Each week I will provide information on home care and resources available to people of all ages with constraints and the frail older population. I am not a scientist, nor a mathematician or can I claimed to know it all, but I will work my hardest to get important information to share with readers.

Help Your Home Beat the Summer Heat

Is your system having trouble keeping you comfortable during the dog days of summer? Here are three ways to beat the extreme summertime heat.

S.M.I.L.E. Gwinnett participants visiting the Gwinnett County Medical Examiner’s with State Court Judge Pam South, Magistrate Judge Kim Gallant, Assistant Solicitor Dana Pagan, and South Gwinnett teacher Rebecca Streetman.

Is that really a spleen? How many bodies can you fit in here?

These are just a few of the questions posed by 19 high school students visiting the Gwinnett County Medical Examiner’s Office as a part of the Gwinnett County State Court S.M.I.L.E. Program. While the students didn’t see any bodies, Dr. Carol Terry, Gwinnett County’s Chief Medical Examiner, along with Investigator Eddie Reeves, gave personal accounts of their death investigations and use of forensic pathology at Gwinnett County’s morgue. This is just one of the many opportunities that S.M.I.L.E. Gwinnett participants will experience this summer.