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Zito hired for Westlake opening

Former Dacula head coach accepts new position

LETTERS: Leaders shouldn't need code of conduct

Codes of conduct are for kids, students and youth, not mature leaders.

Grayson church to hold prayer service for tornado victims

Grayson United Methodist Church is hosting a prayer and communion service for those in Oklahoma.

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Monster tornado devastates Oklahoma

A massive tornado tore through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore on Monday, killing at least 51 people with winds of up to 200 miles per hour that flattened entire tracts of homes, two schools and a hospital, leaving a wake of tangled wreckage.

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Library wins awards for commitment to arts

Gwinnett County Public Library Wins Top Award from the Georgia Arts Network and a "Gwinnie" from the Hudgens

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IN BRIEF: Local man named VP of business development

A local man has been named vice president of business development for W.H. Bass Inc. General Contractors.

Weekly restaurant health inspections for May 20

Each week the Daily Post takes a snapshot of restaurant scores from around Gwinnett County that have been released by the Gwinnett County Health Department.

Several Gwinnett students get military appointments

The following students from Gwinnett County Public Schools received military appointments.

School lunch menus for week of May 20

The following is the Gwinnett County Public Schools lunch menu for the week of May 20.

GAB: Kroger donates to local schools

Kroger's Atlanta Division which includes Georgia, South Carolina, Eastern Tennessee and Northern Alabama will donate a total of $168,300 in grants to 79 Atlanta city, metro-Atlanta and surrounding area schools as part of its 2012-2013 "Earning Plus Learning" program.

Area school graduations

The following is a graduation schedule for area schools.

Valedictorians and salutatorians of area schools; grad schedules

The following is a list of the valedictorians and salutatorians in Gwinnett County.

Gwinnett County road closures, May 19 through 25

Gwinnett County road closures, May 19 through 25

Hamilton Mill honors college-bound junior golfers

Program sends seven to the next level

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MCLEOD: Why compromise never works

You don't create greatness by compromising in the middle ground. You create greatness by having the guts to wade through the unknown. The middle ground is safer, but seeking higher ground is worth the effort.

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RICH: A change of fortune

The soft lighting had hidden the ground-in dirt on his face. He exited the hotel which sits in downtown Memphis near the river and there he met up with another man who looked like him. Homeless, no doubt.

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Getting to Know ... Bond Crosby

Bond Crosby was promoted to head baseball coach from assistant at Meadowcreek a few weeks ago and is also an assistant with the football program.

Berkeley Lake changes tree removal requirements

Berkeley Lake changes tree removal requirements. Staff Correspondent. BERKELEY LAKE -- Deputy city administrator Pat Chapman presented proposed changes to the city's tree removal regulations Thursday, citing a need to lessen the burden on Berkeley Lake's Ordinance Enforcement Officer's time.. The new regulations, which the City Council approved unanimously, state

Silverbacks sign former Clemson goalkeeper Mizell

Former Clemson goalkeeper Cody Mizell has signed with the Atlanta Silverbacks, the club announced Thursday.. The Woodstock graduate will give Atlanta depth at keeper after Joe Nasco was red-carded in the team's 3-0 loss at FC Edmonton on Sunday. Grayson grad Eric Ati is the team's other goalkeeper.. Mizell

Grayson's Dobbs to play basketball for Mississippi State

Two-year letter winner accepts preferred walk-on opportunity

Archer football to host golf tourney fundraiser

Event will be held June 10 at Monroe Country Club

Seven Gwinnett players up for U.S. Army All-American Bowl

A total of 32 Georgians up for prestigious high school football showcase

Amanda Riley Foundation race, festival planned for June 8

Event in honor of former Brookwood athlete raises money for children battling cancer

Irons brothers to host football camp

Former Dacula, Auburn standouts to host six camps this summer, one locally

Shiloh's Mooring signs with Western Carolina

Shiloh's Fred Mooring signed with Western Carolina's football program.

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HAMMOCK: Academy vs. high school soccer decision tough for locals

Academy's switch to 10-month schedule keeps stars like Collins Hill's Abraham, Peachtree Ridge's Rector from high school soccer

Dacula's Murray named all-region

Standout honored for pitching and hitting

GCAA honors local soccer players

Old Suwanee, Killian Hill well-represented on teams

Gwinnett grads lead GCSU baseball into regionals

Ardeeser, Clark shine in Peach Belt tourney

Cornerstone Christian wins first Champions Cup

Local private school's athletic teams stand out in North Atlanta Metro League

Georgia Gwinnett College sets summer sports camp schedule

Summer sessions offered in soccer, baseball, softball and tennis

Dacula's Brown, North's Short pick colleges

Two Gwinnett seniors sign baseball scholarships

'Prep Rally' to feature girls track, playoff soccer

Local high school sports TV show is hosted by Daily Post staffers

Brookwood grads help VSU to Gulf South baseball title

Carr, Gouge lead team into NCAA South Regional

Archer's Beuglas named coach of the year

Archer head wrestling coach Tom Beuglas was selected as the National Wrestling Coach Association Coach of the Year from Georgia.

GAB: Blood donation drive is May 25-27

Mall of Georgia will open its doors to the community as a host site Memorial Day weekend for an American Red Cross Blood Drive.

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Woofstock has Suwanee going to the dogs

Hundreds of pet owners and their four-legged companions gathered at Town Center Park in Suwanee, braving a few raindrops, for an afternoon of food, music and demonstrations at Star 94's Woofstock.

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O'REILLY: Freedom under fire

Every time there's a horrendous story about kidnapping or child molestation, America loses another ounce of freedom.

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PARKER: Benghazi redacted

WASHINGTON -- Mistakes were made. This, we are supposed to accept, is the conclusion to be drawn about the terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya, despite congressional testimony Wednesday suggesting that significant efforts were made to camouflage those mistakes.

Gwinnett road closures, May 12 through 18

Gwinnett County road closures, May 12 through 18

GAB: Rainbow Village Golf Classic a success

The Rainbow Village 18th Annual Golf Classic, presented by Jim and Billie Ellis and Wilmington Trust on Wednesday raised more than $57,000 this year, setting a new record for the flagship event.

Track and field state placers

A look at Gwinnett's state placers at the girls track and field state championship.

LETTERS: Robinson wrong on sequestration

Robinson wrong on sequestration. In his column, Eugene Robinson ("Obama goes wobbly on sequestration," May 3, 7A) suggests that President Obama, by signing the "legislation that cushions air travelers" from the effects of sequestration cuts, missed the opportunity to make an irresponsible Congress face the consequences of its own

LETTERS: Columnist parrots White House talking points

Columnist parrots White House talking points. A local radio producer and talk show host who passed away two years ago had an expression that encapsulated things that were too off the wall to explain: Damn, just damn.. That expression justly describes the liberal Democrats who would have to pause and

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GGC wins first academic national championship

The Georgia Gwinnett College Grizzlies have brought home their first academic national championship.

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Fans Choice Female Athlete of the Week: North's Lindsey Cobb

North Gwinnett's Lindsey Cobb

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Fans Choice Male Athlete of the Week: Wesleyan's Christopher Peden

Wesleyan's Christopher Peden

GIRLS STATE TRACK & FIELD PLACERS

A look at where Gwinnett athletes finished after the first day of the state track meet.

North's McDavid, Anderson shine in college softball

McDavid earns OVC player of the year award this week

Columbus State's Lewis, Pullen honored by Peach Belt

Grayson grad Ardeeser earns second-team acclaim