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1950's Canning plants in Gwinnett County Schools
The Gwinnett Roadrunner -
On The Run January 2014
By Mary Frazier Long
 
THINKERS: “Let us not be too particular. It is better to have old second-hand diamonds than none at all.” Mark Twain
 
Baby: a loud noise at one end and no sense of responsibility at the other.

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Chris Cotter and Hunter Cole, Journalists, Couch Middle School

Finding a perfect teen gift
By Chris Cotter and Hunter Cole

Figuring out what your kid wants for their birthday, Christmas, or any other special occasion can often be one of the hardest tasks to complete. It’s difficult to tell what they may actually like, especially when if the teen is not that active.

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Bella Koenig, Journalist, Couch Middle School

Great gifts for teens
By Bella Koenig

Let’s say that you bought your child, niece, nephew, grandchild, or close family friend a pair of socks last year as a gift. They might have had the biggest and brightest smile on their face, but don’t be fooled. Teenagers are great actors! It might have just been there so that they did not hurt your feelings.

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Retired Major Lester Erving

Welcome home
By Earl Gray

On Veterans Day last month, Gwinnett County held its annual ceremony at the Gwinnett Fallen Heroes Memorial in Lawrenceville. While service men and women, past and present, were honored, the event featured a special “welcome home” for Vietnam veterans.

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Healthy, Happy Friends - December 2013
By Joan Sewell

Shoveling snow off the walkway to our front door was a difficult task but everyone in the family took a turn. We grew cold, weary and in need of warm food. Just as we stored the shovels, we realized our neighbors, an elderly couple, might not be physically able to clear their walk.

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