Robert Granfeldt

Lubbock, Texas

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Autumn leaves bring array of color

Leaves are changing all over Gwinnett County as the chill of autumn takes hold.

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PARKER: Davis execution barbaric

In my opinion, capital punishment is barbaric, for Troy Davis and all others.

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The Atlanta Georgian - In Lawrenceville People Whisper of the 1910 Triple Killing.

Lawrenceville, Ga., Nov. 2, 1910 - The tragedy of Tuesday morning, the double murder by Joseph D. Wallace, a prominent merchant, and his own suicide, has inspired a hundred rumors as to his motive. He shot his wife dead in frenzy after a nightmare, and insanity followed, is the theory of the surviving members of the family. The older citizens say that Wallace was a peculiar man and that several years ago he killed a negro with but little provocation.

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Forgotten Story - The Wallace Murders of 1910

The old Hog Mountain Cemetery is a bulging triangle of land in the shadow of a cell phone tower, overlooking an animal hospital and Pizza Hut, an ancient patch of modern day Dacula buffered from commerce by two busy roads.

"Life As We Know It"

A Gwinnett Daily Post newspaper rack was featured in the movie "Life As We Know It." The film, starring Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel, was released in 2010 by Warner Brothers. In the movie, much of which was filmed in Atlanta, two single adults become caregivers to an orphaned girl when their mutual best friends die in an accident. The GDP newspaper rack can be seen when the motorcycle crashes into it at about the 43-second mark of the clip.