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GWINNETT GAB: Public invited to Path2College 529 Plan celebration

Gov. Nathan Deal and Georgia Treasurer Tommy Hills will announce milestone achievements Tuesday intended to help Georgia families in their efforts to financially prepare for their children's education.

NATION IN BRIEF: NTSB joins airport crash investigation

The crash between two airliners on a taxiway at Boston's Logan International Airport was upgraded from an ''incident'' to an ''accident'' on Friday by federal investigators, prompting the involvement of the National Transportation Safety Board.

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Buford's Lee named to Butkus watch list

Buford linebacker Dillon Lee was named to the High School Butkus Award watch list.

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Buford's Roberts wins Georgia PGA tourney

Ari Roberts, a Buford resident, shot 74 Thursday at Chestatee Golf Club and won the Georgia PGA Junior Tour's third Summer Series tournament.

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Youngblood 50th anniversary

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Hughes 50th anniversary

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FILM FANS: Watching 'Horrible Bosses' fun for some, hard work for others

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

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Gas leak closes highway lanes

A natural gas leak forced officials to close two lanes of Buford Highway in Duluth for several hours Thursday.

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Broncos' Zimmerman named to US U18 roster

Brookwood grad Walker Zimmerman, who is set to begin his college soccer career at Furman next month, was selected this week for the U.S. Under-18 National Men's Team prior to its trip to the Northern Ireland Milk Cup.

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A little reunion

Gwinnett Medical Center's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit recently held its 2011 NICU Graduate Reunion, welcoming back 120 former patients and their families.

Road closures 7/10/11

For information on Ga. Highways, call the Georgia Department of Transportation District Communications Office at 770-718-3924 or visit www.georgianavigator.com.

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Matthews -- Mays

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Kalmbach -- Smith

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Skelton -- Cittadino

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Tracey -- Rothenwander

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Births

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Rivas -- Freeze

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Yates -- del Villar

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Boyland -- Caldwell

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Bereznak -- Cincotta

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FILM FANS: 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' a fun film

Film Fans features local residents reviewing the film of the week: "Transformers: Dark of the Moon."

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BISHER: Uggla's fighting a puzzling slump

This is a slump that has acquired its own name -- an Uggla. But we shall not dwell upon the unfortunately barren season being endured by the Braves' $62 million second baseman, but rather just how cleverly it has been applied to their pennant thrust by their new manager.

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North's Sawyer makes Frontier League All-Star Game

Danny Sawyer, a North Gwinnett grad, has been named as a starter for the upcoming Frontier League All-Star Game, which showcases the top talent in the independent professional baseball league.

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GWINNETT GAB: Gwinnett Civil Air Patrol flies in Chinook

Civil Air Patrol cadets and senior members of Georgia Wing's Gwinnett County Composite squadron were recently given orientation flights in the Boeing CH-47 Chinook.

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GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: Field trip to D.C. enhances history teachers' knowledge

About 30 high school American history teachers recently returned from a trip to Washington, D.C., where they gained knowledge that will be used to create lesson plans that can be accessed by all Gwinnett County Public Schools teachers.

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Duttweiler -- Edwards

Larry and Marcia Duttweiler of Clermont announce the engagement of their daughter, Chelsea Duttweiler of Washington, D.C., to Jesse Edwards of Philadelphia, son of Curtis and Donna Edwards of Lancaster, Pa.

WORLD: Huge protests grip Syria; 14 killed in clashes

BEIRUT -- Hundreds of thousands of protesters flooded cities around Syria on Friday in what activists described as the largest outpouring against the regime of President Bashar Assad and a powerful message of the opposition's resolve. At least 14 people were killed in various clashes, activists said.

YARBROUGH: Legislators get an earful from teachers

I don't think it is an understatement to say that when it comes to public education in Georgia, teachers don't have much faith in the Legislature.

LETTER: How many lies will we take on immigration?

Many pro-illegal alien advocates have come up with what they proclaim is the perfect solution to solving our illegal immigration problem.

LETTER: It's too late to avoid Vietnam-style mistakes

I agree with letter-writer Jay Wagner that we do not need to repeat the mistakes we made in Vietnam. ("We don't need to repeat mistakes of Vietnam," June 22, Page 6A) I do not share the same conviction that we should not withdraw from Afghanistan.

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Houghton -- Popple

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Muse -- Graham

Bruce and Lucretia Muse of Dalton announce the engagement of their daughter, Lacey Larae Muse of Winder, to Chris Graham of Dacula, son of Joe and Gayle Graham of Dacula.

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60th Anniversary

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70th Anniversary

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