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Below, you'll find an index of recent commentary by contributors to Gwinnett Forum. At right, you'll find a list of archived columns by GwinnettForum.com editor and publisher Elliott Brack.

December 2008

12/23: McMinn: U-Way's $5 million

12/19: Robinson: Ga's pre-K program

12/16: Cassidy: Minature donkeys

12/12: Being careful in hospitals

12/9: Merkel: Cutting energy bills

12/5: Harrell: Evermore CID working

12/2: Olson: Symphony starts Dec. 9

November 2008

11/25: Wilson wins national award

11/21: Hardegree: Ballet is all in family

11/18: Miller: Vacationing out West

11/14: Long: Gwinnett Tree recipients

11/11: Langley: Waste plan

11/7: Griffith: Pervious pavement

11/4: Weathers: Walking to school

October 2008

10/31: Roark: Buford's changes

10/28: Lee: Power use to grow

10/24: Sharpe: Rainbow Village gift

10/21: Brantley: GGC open house

10/17: Wehrman: Wii-hab therapy

10/14: Wiggins: New rural service

10/10: Scarbrough: Corps' comments

10/7: Sargent: Hi-tech expansion

10/3: Shumate: Mortgage program

September 2008

9/30: Warbington: Cutting false alarms

9/26: Sanders: Market will right itself

9/23: Whiddon: Crossroads conference

9/19: Rice: Quinn House group home

9/16: Brantley: GGC offers English

9/12: Stilo: About Aurora Academy

9/9: DeCarlo: Questioning ordinance

9/5: Williams: Duluth Police salute

9/2: Bumgardner: EXCEL 2008

August 2008

8/29: Pinder: Librarian advantages

8/26: Couch: Stedman hired

8/22: Brantley: GGC dorms coming

8/19: Granger: Missionary outreach

8/15: Jackson EMC ranks high

8/12: Norton: Housing at bottom

8/8: Curry: Centerville community
8/5: Cantrell: New Mormon leaders

8/1: Helton: WIKA saves on water

July 2008

7/29: Krautler: Feds to blame on water
7/25: Holley: Parish nurses help
7/22: Lane: Gwinnett newspapering
7/18: Urrutia: Gwinnett Tech nursing
7/15: Hall: Hudgens Center secret
7/11: Dickey: Saving dogs
7/8: Loeber: Teaching math better
7/1: Taste: Cutting fuel costs
7/1: Indech: Better energy policy

June 2008

6/27: Grubbs: Be careful in summer
6/24: Stephens: Georgia Gwinnett grads
6/20: Auger: Gwinnett Reads!
6/17:: Scire: Brain dysfunctions
6/13: Gestar: Funds for K-9 dogs
6/10: Wehrman: Med Ctr. gets heart OK
6/6: Summerour: Dream comes true
6/3: Conti: Role for sale!

May 2008

5/30: Moffett: Hope Clinic expands
5/27: Johnson: Rebranding Norcross
5/23: Shah: UGA address
5/20: Gwinnett: Visiting the county
5/16: Carroll: 1st theatre festival
5/13: Hardagree: Ballet Moms
5/9: Green: Reclaiming heritage
5/6: Price: Crohn's disease
5/2: De Carlo: On barking dogs

April 2008

4/29: Hagen: FCC concerns
4/25: Wiggins: Gwinnett's waste plan
4/22: Durant: Youth need to vote
4/18: DeWilde: Tour de Georgia
4/15: Hassell: Brown thrasher
4/11: Floyd: Legislative feud
4/8: Street Smarts' endowment
4/4: Schmid: Gwinnett Civil Air Patrol
4/1: Wargo: Pet food bank

March 2008

3/28: Adcock: Watch red meat
3/25: Leaphart: US is republic
3/21: Barnes: Protect your identity
3/18: Urritia: Grandmother wins award
3/14: Wainscott-Sargent: Tech battle
3/11: Vara: How state helped son
3/7: Caswell: Remembering Langdale
3/4: Smith: Bettering Mtn. Park

February 2008

2/29: Cash: Preserving Norcross
2/26: Sherman: Chamber campaign
2/22: Cantrell: Mormon leadership
2/19: Summerour: Time matters
2/15: Olson: Youth orchestras
2/12: Grant: At Super Bowl
2/8: Marshall: Grady's health
2/5: Pillon: New moms group
2/1: Hart-Smith: CHA's pediatric care

January 2008

1/29: Deen: Low smoking scores
1/25: Hagen: Innovate
1/23: Richardson: Auto insurance
1/18: Olson: Philharmonic performs
1/15: Roth: Students help Duluth
1/11: Lindsay: Living in scary times
1/8: Chestnutt: Call before you dig
1/4: Duluth, Lilburn, Suwanee mayors

Previous years

Commentary from previous years:

2014 | 2013
2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009
2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005
2004
| 2003 | 2002 | 2001

December 2008

12/23: Top Christmas carols

12/19: Snow Mountain here soon

12/16: Don't raise sales tax

12/12: Address college segregation

12/9: On runoff elections

12/5: Good barbecue found

12/2: Waste contract is good for county

November 2008

11/25: Railroading on Amtrak

11/21: From bailouts to cold temps

11/18: "Recycling" and schools

11/14: New tunnel idea

11/11: Standing in voting line

11/7: Obama's win

11/4: Train tree limbs?

October 2008

10/31: About Halloween

10/28: Early voting popular

10/24: New histories

10/21: Tidbits -- catching up

10/17: Saturday mail service

10/14: Remembering FDR

10/10: Be pleased with Gwinnett

10/7: Stadium drainage is neat

10/3: GOP and Lincoln

September 2008

9/30: Losing Veep candidates

9/26: McCain's not president yet

9/23: Pass SPLOST program

9/19: Little good financial news

9/16: Selling back to the grid

9/12: Great tuition deal at UGA

9/9: A new history of Gwinnett

9/5: Stadium still important

9/2: About Palin choice

August 2008

8/29: Give Hillary credit

8/26: On Biden, Obama

8/22: Presidential quiz

8/19: Early infrastructure

8/15: More school uniforms

8/12: AJC Gwinnett gone

8/8: Remembering an amazing Grace
8/5: Gwinnett's 200th
8/1: Philharmonic says no season

July 2008

7/29: Gwinnett schools lead
7/25: MARTA vote results
7/22: Recent runoff elections
7/18: AJC changes coverage
7/15: On Martha Miller Adams
7/11: Vote yes for TAD
7/8: State has great places to visit
7/3: Watch out for super patriotism
7/1: Getting better mileage

June 2008

6/27: Remembering Tom Moss
6/24 :Impact of gas prices
6/20: Extending Reagan Parkway
6/17: Another building at GACS
6/13: Post Office has my money
6/10: Bill Clinton for high court?
6/6: New ballpark groundbreaking
6/3: MARTA ballot questions

May 2008

5/30: Hoping gas comes down
5/27: Tucker author on WWII
5/23: All of that early voting
5/20: On Phil Gwinnett's visit
5/16: Barr in the race
5/13: Visiting Gulf Shores
5/9: More choices in races here
5/6: About rebate checks
5/2: Braselton leads in voting

April 2008

4/29: Heckman opposes Linder
4/25: Hillary hangs in there
4/22: Gwinnett's growth continues
4/18: Ineptness at legislature
4/15: Resolving the housing crunch
4/11: More on voting in Gwinnett
4/8: Minorities need to vote
4/4: Back to Vermont and syrup
4/1: Start of our 8th year

March 2008

3/28: Remembering Townsend, Simmons
3/25: Braves over think tank
3/21: Axing car tax bad for cities
3/18: Lawmakers go after car tax
3/14: Lilburn reps have bad idea
3/11: Schools win titles, more
3/7: Hillary surges
3/4: About your old computers

February 2008

2/29: Clinton and Obama
2/26: Deciphering TADs
2/22: Remembering 3 friends
2/19: About sales taxes
2/15: Put seniors to work at polls
2/12: About Bailey Bridges
2/8: Romney, Obama cause surprises
2/5: Two bowls, stations, more
2/1: Full-service station left?

January 2008

1/29: Obama may have new problem
1/25: Gwinnett's medical college
1/23: North Ga. economic forecast
1/18: Hudgens, Natsui and Braves
1/15: Lillian Webb's service
1/11: Nash recuperating
1/8: Back the school bond
1/4: On the Iowa caucuses

 

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