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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:

2012: Guest commentary

12/28: Hester: New in tech
12/21: Wiggins: Recycle trees
12/18: Two canal cruises to take
12/14: C. Brack: Give a little
12/11: Goodman: Suwanee's art
12/7: Duke: Director of Encouragement
12/4: Dorough: Food co-op

11/30: McHenry: CID redevelopment
11/27: Sutt: Gwinnett arts' questions
11/20: Urrutia: Grad wins award
11/16: Collins: Las Vegas
11/13: Barksdale: Storm prep
11/9: Houston: Kettle Creek
11/6: Stilo: Christmas Canteen
11/2: Crews: View Point Health

10/30: Willis: Amendment One
10/26: Brown: Doc's research
10/19: Hudgens Prize jurors picked
10/15: Urrutia: $2 million gift to GGC
10/12: Young: Lilburn city hall
10/9: Long: Charter schools
10/5: Jones: PGA golf to return
10/2: DeWilde: Suwanee's red code

9/28: Stilo: Pinter's Betrayal
9/21: Love: Model for Nigeria
9/21: Walsh: Childhood obesity
9/18: Ashley promoted
9/14: Wiener: CID's initiative
9/11: Olson: $50K Hudgens contest
9/7: Stilo: Acting classes for all

8/31: Havenga: Great Days of Service
8/24: Griswold: Casino for OFS site
8/21: Brooks: Taking the Megabus
8/17: Summerour: Newspaper family
8/14: Sharp: Newport visit
8/10: Thomas: On schizophrenia
8/7: Carraway: Amendment wording
8/3: Willis: Ready for school parents?

7/31: Bolling: Lanier's new markers
7/27: Stilo: Sweet Charity at Aurora
7/24: Calmes: Ballet auditions
7/20: Webb: On Scott Ferguson
7/17: Nelems: Skip ballot questions
7/13: Ashley: Don't sit for hours
7/10: Lundy: Look at aquifers
7/6: Mendel: Creative Enterprises
7/3: Clarke: Priesthood to marriage

6/29: Escalona: Beep kickball
6/26: Reilly: Remembering Herb Green
6/22: Calmes: Gwinnett Ballet moves
6/19: Townsend: Cars for teens
6/15: Godfrey: Seashore's pull
6/12: Ramey: GGC transforming
6/8: Myers: Fire responders
6/5: Olson: New at Hudgens
6/1: Henry: On school measure

5/30: Fowler: Greater Norcross
5/25: Stinson: Ptree Crs budget
5/22: Durant: Baldwin's service
5/18: Olson: Hudgens' art camps
5/15: Beck: More 10-minute plays
5/11: Morris: Fink championed democracy
5/8: Morriss: Honor Flight
5/4: McBrayer: Sugar Hill's new digs
5/1: Wilson: 1st Relay for Life

4/27: Stephens: Briscoe study
4/24: Gerstein: Remembering King
4/20: Summerour: Taiwan trip
4/13: Warbington: Romania
4/10: Tyler: Chamber music
4/6: Cerjan: Relay for Life
4/3: Tucker: Pug prance

3/27: Duke: Lilburn scholar
3/23: Calmes: Duluth festival
3/20: Anderson: Grant winner
3/16: Hunter: Empowering girls
3/13: Bass: Schools' training
3/9: Collins: NC casino
3/6: Stilo: Clyde 'n Bonnie to open
3/2: Stout: Unitarian minister

2/28: Urrutia: Delta's $500K gift
2/24: Olson: Bloom! to open

2/21: Taste: State of the County
2/17: Gordon: Sleeping Beauty

2/14: Beck: Onion Man expands
2/10: Calmes: New GBT director
2/7: Burnette: Suwanee's future
2/3: Olson: Feb. 12 concert

1/31: Nelson: New Buford market
1/27: Ramey: GGC marketing class

1/24: Stilo: Aurora premieres musical
1/20: Saputo: Gwinnett's jobs jump

1/18: Hester: Tech trends for 2012
1/13: Scarborough: Septic systems

1/10: Wunn: Petticoats and Slide Rules
1/5: Carr: Clean Air Campaign

Previous years

2012: Elliott Brack's perspective

12/28: Enjoying holiday cards
12/21: Fort Daniel, Chambliss
12/18: Ban assault weapons
12/14: Army-Navy game
12/11: Who stole American dream?
12/7: Lock 'em in a room
12/4: On Partnership Gwinnett

11/30: Hera Lighting
11/27: Voting out scalawags
11/20: Arts alive in Gwinnett
11/16: Hope Clinic needs help
11/13: Casino coming?
11/9: GOP and Georgia Dems
11/6: Early voting, more
11/2: Will Sandy impact election?

10/30: Georgia and GI Bill
10/26: Barge making name
10/23: Our 2012 endorsements
10/19: Pet peeves, more
10/15: Long plane flights
10/12: NO on Amendment 1
10/9: Elisha Winn Fair
10/5: Lots of construction
10/2: Texting while walking

9/28: WSB sets lower bar
9/25: State Archive fracas
9/21: Charter concerns
9/18: Benefits of living here
9/14: Continuing objectives
9/11: Trip to France, Spain
9/7: Community pride

8/31: Conversation on guns
8/24: More robocalls ahead
8/21: Newspaper museum
8/17: Seem easier to vote?
8/14: Western ridges, fall line
8/10: Runoff endorsements
8/7: New UGA health campus
8/3: Primaries raise more questions


7/31: Transit leadership needed
7/27: Part 2: For-profit colleges
7/17: Part 1: For-profit colleges
7/20: Televise local forums
7/17: Penn State sanctions
7/13: Local, judicial endorsements
7/10: Legislative endorsements
7/6: Fed, state endorsements
7/3: Questions for candidates

6/29: Stopping by to visit
6/26: CIDs get good news
6/22: Reject T-SPLOST
6/19: Solution to KKK flap
6/15: Founders' Day
6/12: Honesty, ethics are key
6/8: Endorsements to come
6/5: On bad government
6/1: Gwinnett Dems active

5/30: Ballot surprises
5/25: Question for ballot
5/22: GOP and ethics
5/18: Favorite books
5/15: Non-partisan elections needed
5/11: Norcross adds smoking ban
5/8: How many traffic slgnals are there?
5/4: Beautiful Crystal Bridges Museum
5/1: Afghanistan to tongue-twisters

4/27: Remembering Vic Nickelson
4/24: T-SPLOST vote ahead
4/20: Waffle House founder
4/17: Briscoe Field update
4/13: Casino gambling here?
4/10: 10,000 unread emails
4/6: Primerica's 2 co-CEOs
4/3: E-SPLOST funding fight

3/27: Corrections proposal
3/23: Two theatres
3/20: P'tree Corners boundaries
3/16: How government protects
3/13: Springtime, gas taxes
3/9: Bigger might not be better
3/6: New business association
3/2: Peachtree Corners' boundaries

2/28: Political musings
2/24: Consent order yields results
2/21: Western Electric's heritage
2/17: Selma Medlock Cheeley
2/14: How to get less govt.
2/10: Wells' investment house
2/7: Gee whiz: Internet TV
2/3: Scout troup's can effort

1/31: Reworking Supreme Court
1/27: HVAC firm's food bank effort
1/24: Some say Georgia has 2 govs
1/20: Gerrymandered districts
1/18: Gwinnett and secession
1/13: Pepsi over Coke at Center
1/10: Police return to clean up
1/5: J.W. Benefield's leadership

 

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