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What is the worth of a grumpy old man that he would deserve to be heard for the thousandth time about his buddy he’d lost in Vietnam? What is the qualification that that lady with the silver hair must have before I sit down and help her find the right puzzle piece?

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Timothy Jones, crossing Beaver Ruin Rd. independently at the new crosswalk with Hawk Signal created by Gateway85 and funded by the Georgia DOT and the Gwinnett DOT, among others.

This fall, Timothy Jones begins his first semester at Georgia State University pursuing a Master’s in Piano Pedagogy. Blind since birth, Timothy is something of a keys prodigy, and it’s his dream to help others who are visually impaired find a place in society through music.

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Before dove season arrives, do you need to complete your hunter education course? If so, hunters have two options – they can take the course completely online or take part in a classroom course, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division.

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Members of the Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter 465 receiving a proclamation from Mayor Barbara Bender at the City of Snellville on August 12, 2019. L-R: Robert Nelson, Adjutant; James Gordon, Department Adjutant; Don Bullard, Trustee; Lou Zayas, Commander, and Mayor Barbara Bender. Photo by Brian Arrington.--Please include this in caption since he is the public Information officer in Snellville.

Cities across Gwinnett and the greater Atlanta area are proclaiming themselves “Purple Heart Cities” to show solidarity for those wounded while serving in the US Armed Forces. Among those in the city of Snellville, where Mayor Barbara Bender issued a proclamation to designate the city and its roadways.

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