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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.

Commentary from previous years:

Guest commentary

December 2011

12/29: Walsh: Teen turnaround
12/23:
Okum: Heart Center leaders
12/20: Sharp: Holy Land trip
12/16: York: Thanks for families
12/13: Houston: DAR chapter's gifts
12/9: Kitchen: White House decorations
12/6: Schklar: Ham radio operations
12/2: Olson: Hudgens winner's exhibit

November 2011

11/29: Sutt: New pharmacy
11/22: Sawyer: New jury protocol
11/18: Jackson: 7th year for PCOM
11/15: Sharp: Nevada trip
11/11: Rooker: Education plan
11/11: Kitchen: White House visit
11/8: Fenton: Annandale's expansion
11/4: Perez, Nelems: Peachtree Corners
11/1: Aulback: More myths/facts on vote

October 2011

10/28: Lang: Good Samaritan Center

10/25: Nelems: Myths/facts of PC vote

10/21: A. Brack: Civil War hangover

10/18: Fuerst: Business discrimination

10/14: Herndon: Helping schools

10/11: Bender: Snellville govt

10/7: Willis: Duluth Fall Festival

10/4: Aulbach: Yes to Ptree Crnrs

September 2011

9/30: Nelems: No to Ptree Corners

9/27: Smith: Digital learning

9/23: Sinclair: Teach for America

9/20: Sharpe: Owens' Duluth book

9/16: Wickham: Municipal courts

9/13: Tatarsky: Headed to Brazil

9/9: Kaufman: On David Petraeus

9/6: Olson: Bunnen exhibit

9/2: Povah: Underground lines

August 2011

8/30: Anders: Restaurant Week

8/26: Nelson: Duluth Ice Forum

8/23: Rausch: Big Internet idea

8/19: Morris: Duluth dealer reopens

8/16: Keane: Tuggle wins honor

8/12: Pritchard: Savannah places

8/9: Dodd: Privatize Briscoe

8/5: Urrutia: GwTech's nursing program

8/2: Ramey: GGC's 1st athletic director

July 2011

7/29: Britt: Snellville tourism, trade

7/26: White: Duluth actress stars

7/22: Hanson: Old No. 750 locomotive

7/19: Foreman: Gwinnett architect wins

7/15: DeWilde: Suwanee art voting

7/12: Callini: Home burglaries

7/8: Saputo: Gwinnett job growth

7/5: Bland: Nicaraguan mural

7/1: Tyler: View from Afghanistan

June 2011

6/28: Callina: Elder abuse reports

6/24: Allen: Fighting graffiti

6/21: Langley: Trip is student incentive

6/17: Whitaker: Hi-Hope's 50 years

6/14: Sanders: Australia and business

6/10: Mechling: Dacula filmmakers

6/7: Pope: Road improvements

6/3: Ramey: New GGC alma mater

6/1: Chandler: Traveling with friends

May 2011

5/27: Bolling: LanierWorld opens

5/24: Callina: For-profit school caution

5/20: Olson: Arts, Center join forces

5/17: Mabin: Reverse mortgages

5/13: Watson: Clean Air entries

5/10: Nelson: Change is good

5/6: Wiener: Gwinnett Place CID to improve

5/3: Perez: Long view of Gwinnett

April 2011

4/29: Peterson: Sons of Union Vets here

4/26: Austin: Airport privatization

4/22: Sutt: Barefoot festival

4/19: Myers: Preventing blindness

4/15: Moore: Hidden homeless

4/12: Maine: Lord inducted

4/8: Willis: Cutting a chicken

4/5: Ruth: Aurora's camps

4/1: National Grandmothers

March 2011

3/29: Ruth: Aurora camps

3/25: Cagle: On mediation

3/22: Davis: Fewer counties

3/18: Wood: Pub. broadcasting

3/15: Fuerst: Doraville clinic

3/11: Najjar: Safer payrolls

3/8: Havens: Yancey wins award

3/4: Love: Leaders wanted

3/1: Urrutia: Gwinnett Tech sites

February 2011

2/25: Meyer: Looking back

2/22: Ramsey: GGC labs

2/18: Corbin: Interchange idea

2/15: Cranon: Organ donation

2/11: Johnson: L'ville's future

2/8: Unterman: Child prostitution

2/4: Thanks from local church

2/1: Crawford: Ga. battlefields

January 2011

1/28: Bland: Artists to Nicaragua

1/25: Boehm: Biz efficiencies

1/21: Stone: Play's world premier

1/18: Doctors: Stem cells

1/14: Watson: Teleworking tips

1/11: Fowler: Film showcase

1/7: Freeman: Real estate market

1/4: Malone: Reorganizing county

1/4: Malcolm: Tax bill bodes well

Previous years

Elliott Brack

December 2011

12/29: That song in your head
12/23: Favorite carols
12/20: Creative birthday party
12/16: Govt that works
12/13: Transportation tax doomed
12/9: Great holiday gift
12/6: Questions on Cain
12/2: New school lines squiggled

November 2011

11/29: Try technology
11/22: Judgeship runoffs to general
11/18: Loyalty oaths at 2 schools
11/15: Reason on Sunday sales vote
11/11: Election reflections
11/8: Early voting vs. absentee ballots
11/4: 2 groups want friends to vote
11/1: Unconventional medical news

October 2011

10/28: Driving ahead of police lights

10/25: What happens if no E-SPLOST

10/21: Improving school quality

10/18: Failure in Atlanta schools

10/14: Airport becomes 2012 issue

10/11: Tech schools and jobs

10/7: Pricey toll rates

10/4: Will GOP pick Cain?

September 2011

9/30: Gwinnett's diversity

9/27: Vermonters recover

9/23: School bus stops

9/20: Privatize postal service

9/16: Remembering W.C. Corley

9/13: Remedial education

9/9: Huntsman idea

9/6: Summerour excels

9/2: College football reform

August 2011

8/30: Meeting a Gwinnett

8/26: Watching power corrupt

8/23: Buford gets new newspaper

8/19: World needs big ideas

8/16: Redistricting out of our hands

8/12: Not much to trigger riots, market

8/9: Commission should stop dawdling

8/5: Peach Pass free for 300,000

8/2: 3 sales tax votes ahead

July 2011

7/29: Pass will provide faster ride

7/26: Watch Murdoch's empire

7/22: Channel Islands cool

7/19: Traveling in Britain in lots of ways

7/15: Keep alert to drivers

7/12: Gem Shopping Network

7/8: Careful on nuke plants

7/5: The airport wars

7/1: County, Buford's garbage fee

June 2011

6/28: Hurrah on snarl solution

6/24: Something good from e-cig?

6/21: Best crab cakes around

6/17: Time to exit Afghanistan?

6/14: Gwinnett, Polish credit unions

6/10: Immigration concerns global

6/7: Wally Odum Jr.

6/3: Gwinnett's redistricting

6/1: Tornado damages forests

May 2011

5/27: Gwinnett will miss four

5/24: Briscoe Field and study

5/20: Classical evening model

5/17: The dogs of our family

5/13: OFS redevelopment

5/10: Berkeley Lake's lake

5/6: Worrying celebrations

5/3: Water plant surprise

April 2011

4/29: Higher ed burden

4/26: Hog Mountain church

4/22: Briscoe Field

4/19: Ga's 2 senators

4/15: Mfg. improvements

4/12: Aviation school thrives

4/8: Unterman sets record

4/5: AJC missed land options

4/1: Celebrating 10 years

March 2011

3/29: Gwinnett leads in growth

3/25: Opposition to new city

3/22: 30-day hiatus for solons?

3/18: Moving on for commission

3/15: Peachtree Corners' grab

3/11: Nash for commission chair

3/8: On how Georgia once voted

3/4: Kurt's Bistro to open soon

3/1: On taxing services

February 2011

2/25: On FedEx property

2/22: Property foreclosures

2/18: Super Bowl ads

2/15: Georgian link to Egypt

2/11: Tidbits from around Gwinnett

2/8: Nash endorsed for chair

2/4: What Obama could see here

2/1: Ralston, Berlon, commission

January 2011

1/28: Bad laws in tough times

1/25: Remembering Andy Miller

1/21: Mary our Queen campaign

1/18: Johnson, Metro Roundtable

1/14: Mag leaves out Gwinnett

1/11: Snow, Woodall, cartoons, ...

1/7: Seeking Medal of Honor

1/4: 3 years of tax options ahead

 

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