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Rev. Robert Thompson

Having the Rock

The changing world through the events of the day are before us like never before. Technology has made it possible to watch the world change literally as it is happening anywhere in the world.

The Britt's

Summit Chases generosity and support

The Britt'sSummit Chase Country Club owner Van Britt (R), son Don Britt, General Manager (L), daughter Adrienne Britt Levesque, Controller.

Summit Chases generosity and support
By John L. Byrwa
Staff Correspondent

Steve Thompson, the longtime head golf coach at Brookwood High School, shudders to think what he and his teams would do without Van and Don Britt, the owner and general manager, respectively, of Summit Chase Country Club.

Rev. Robert Thompson

“Waiting for the Big One”

Waiting for “the Big One”! People living in California are very familiar with that phrase! They go to bed each night and awake each morning with the anticipation that “the Big One” might come today!

Gerald Johnson

Gerald Franklin Johnson

Gerald JohnsonGerald Franklin Johnson

Gerald Franklin Johnson age 92 of Snellville, GA, passed away Monday, April 17, 2017. He was preceded in death by his parents, William Glenn and Ona Edith (Lowe) Johnson; granddaughter, Heather Nicole Johnson; sister, Margaret Davis; sister and brother in law, Robert and Joyce Hoeflinger.

Artist brings Snellville walkers a smile and mystery

Anyone who strolls the sidewalks along Dogwood Road parallel to Ronald Reagan Parkway in Snellville is familiar with a recent phenomenon that’s become the talk of the town. It seems that an artist with both talent and a sense of humor has begun adorning a certain pine tree with art – curious harbingers of upcoming holidays.

World traveler, hometown girl!

World traveler, hometown girl!

Nakia Sanford has returned, with 20 years worth of experiences. Lets take a few moments to re-introduce her to Snellville.

Excitement in WORDS!!!

Excitement in WORDS!!!

The Snellville Lions Club brought smiles to the 3rd Graders at W.C. Britt Elementary School.  Through a program called The Dictionary Project, the Snellville Lions donated a Webster Student dictionary to every student in the 3rd grade classes at W.C. Britt.