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O'REILLY: Decision 2012's 'issues' bore me

Decision 2012's 'issues'. bore me. In just about six months, the nation will vote for a president. But if things continue the way they're going, I don't know how I'll make it. The campaign blather is unbelievable.

VIDEO: Senator Johnny Isakson Honors Furman Bisher

Senator Johnny Isakson honors Furman Bisher during a speech on the Senate floor on October 15, 2009.

'The Artist' earns best-picture, lead-actor Oscars

"The Artist" won five Academy Awards on Sunday including best picture, becoming the first silent film to triumph at Hollywood's highest honors since the original Oscar ceremony 83 years ago.

Gwinnett County's college football commitment list

Check out where some of Gwinnett's senior football players have committed.

Tech falls to St. Joe's

CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Carl Jones scored 21 points to lead Saint Joseph's to a 66-53 victory over Georgia Tech in the Charleston Classic on Thursday night.

Tech falls to St. Joe's

Second-half run foils Jackets in Charleston tourney

Patsy Timms

Patsy Rice Timms, age 59, of Loganville passed away Sunday, November 6, 2011. She was preceded in death by her father, Howard Eugene Rice, and husband Charlie Timms. She is ...

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HAMMOCK: Wesleyan senior makes the right call

Broe, Wolves practice real-life sportsmanship

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Sesame Street contest at the mall

 

cirque at brandsmart

 

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'The Change-Up' gets laughs from Film Fans

EDITOR'S NOTE: Film Fans features local residents reviewing the film of the week: "The Change-Up." Want to be a film fan? Email features@gwinnettdailypost.com.

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NATION IN BRIEF: Witness: Jeffs ruled followers with heavy hand

A polygamist sect leader convicted of sexually assaulting two underage girls ruled his followers with a heavy hand, banning parades, dancing, Sports Illustrated magazine and even the color red, a sect member testified Saturday at his sentencing.

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Pecquet -- Kahn

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The Playmaker: Jones the spark in Grayson's offense

The senior has had a knack for making big plays, whether it's a long run or deep catch.

LETTERS: Woodall supports some bills that don't add up

U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall's praise for the defeated "Cut, Cap and Balance" bill is most troubling. The proposed House bill would have cut total spending by $111 billion for fiscal year 2012 which represents 1 percent of the U.S. economy. The timing of these cuts when the U.S. economy is severely weakened might have pushed us back into a full blown recession.

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ATLANTA -- Atlanta-based natural gas provider Gas South has been ranked No. 3 overall among the Top 10 Small Businesses of the South by Business Leader Media.

LETTERS: We don't need higher fuel standards at the cost of automobile safety

The editorial cartoon depicting auto manufacturers sending Barack Obama a message that the technology doesn't exist to create a car that will get 52 miles per gallon over multiple forms of technology (smart phone, satellite, iPad, etc.) implies that manufacturers are lying or at least aren't trying hard enough. He uses a non sequitir to argue this point; since these forms of communication technology exist, it must therefore be possible to fulfill Obama's out-of-thin-air mpg mandate.

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NATION IN BRIEF: 11-month-old dies in fall from apartment window

Authorities said the death of an 11-month-old girl who fell from a ninth-floor apartment in St. Paul appears to be an accident.

Film Fans disagree about 'Cowboys & Aliens'

Film Fans features local residents reviewing the film of the week: "Cowboys & Aliens."

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Zimmerman named preseason All-ACC

Brookwood grad Dawson Zimmerman, a senior punter at Clemson, was voted to the preseason All-ACC football team by the league's media.

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Moore named WNBA's top rookie for July

Minnesota Lynx forward and Collins Hill grad Maya Moore was selected Tuesday as the WNBA's Rookie of the Month for July

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GAC's Martin elected to Freed-Hardeman Hall of Fame

Greater Atlanta Christian boys basketball coach Eddie Martin has been elected into the Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) University Athletic Hall of Fame, the school announced Tuesday.

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Berkmar's Brown commits to Kennesaw basketball

Yonel Brown, a rising senior at Berkmar, made a verbal commitment to the Kennesaw State men's basketball program Monday afternoon.

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MOVIE REVIEW: Film Fans find 'Friends With Benefits' fun romp

Film Fans features local residents reviewing the film of the week: "Friends With Benefits." Want to be a film fan? Email features@gwinnettdailypost.com.

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Panthers' Olson makes Under Armour All-American roster

Parkview rising senior Matt Olson was selected to the Under Armour All-American Baseball Game roster this week. The game will be Aug. 13 at Wrigley Field.

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Force's Kennedy, McDowell get AFL honors

Georgia Force teammates Darnell Kennedy and Benji McDowell received two of the top three weekly awards Tuesday from the Arena Football League.

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Central's Hays to sign with Shorter

Recent Central Gwinnett grad Dustin Hays is signing a letter of intent today with the Shorter University baseball program.

OUR VIEW: Think it's HOT now? Wait until the lanes switch

The ongoing conversion of Gwinnett's HOV lanes on Interstate 85 is, well, a topic of HOT debate.

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MOVIE TRIVIA CONTEST: Test your film knowledge with Michael Clark

So, you think you're good at movie trivia? Every week, we give readers the opportunity to flex their movie muscles by answering five trivia questions from our movie critic, Michael Clark.

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'Potter' finale simply magical for Film Fans

Film Fans features local residents reviewing the film of the week: "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2." Want to be a film fan? Email features@gwinnettdailypost.com.

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Bear struck, killed near Duluth

Officials said a black bear was struck by a commuter this morning and killed on Sugarloaf Parkway, briefly jamming eastbound lanes.

LETTERS: Trash plan made more recyclers

While the change to a single hauler trash service was difficult for some -- including this reader -- in Gwinnett County, I am happy to say a year later that it has in my opinion been worthwhile. Our neighborhoods are cleaner and I am pleased to see not only more neighbors recycling but am very pleased that we can recycle more items, too.

LETTERS: Woodall helping to restore some of our fiscal sanity

Many thanks to U.S. Rep. Robert Woodall for introducing an amendment to save $5.1 million in redundant spending for a climate change study in a water and energy bill!

WORLD IN BRIEF: Shooter in Afghan army uniform kills NATO trooper

A man in an Afghan army uniform shot and killed a NATO service member Saturday, and the Taliban said the assailant was a sleeper agent who had infiltrated the Afghan military.

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NATION IN BRIEF: L.A. avoids feared 'Carmageddon'

Southern Californians appeared Saturday to be willing to make the ultimate sacrifice to avoid the dreaded ''Carmageddon'' -- leaving their cars in the garage.

PEOPLE IN BRIEF: Franklin's publishing company sued over royalties

A longtime songwriting partner of Aretha Franklin has sued her publishing company, claiming it did not sign a royalty agreement for a song on her recently released album.

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