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Jerry Gunn

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Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn

  • Francine Dibben remembered at GSC
    Loved ones gathered Friday afternoon at Gainesville State College to remember Francine Dibben, long time Business manager for the Gainesville Theatre Alliance.
  • 'Jingle Mingle' arrives in Gainesville
    If you did not get into the Christmas spirit on the square in downtown Gainesville Thursday night it was your own fault.
  • Chamber report: Weak dollar helping Gainesville
    America's weak dollar is helping Gainesville economy; not the news you would expect to hear, but it came Thursday during the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors meeting held at Eagle Ranch.
  • Flowery Branch Council approves downtown option
    With the start-up of Flowery Branch’s downtown Tax Allocation District redevelopment still months away, City Council approved a half million-dollar project financing option Wednesday morning.
  • A Gainesville send-off for the 802nd
    It was a send-off to remember Tuesday in Gainesville for the 802nd Ordinance Company, U.S. Army Reserve, now bound for Texas, and then Afghanistan.
  • GSP sees increase in cases of drinking and driving
    The Field Operations Commander for the Georgia State Patrol said Tuesday there has been an increase in the number of cases of drinking and driving in the state since the recession set in.
  • Gainesville BOE reviews student, teacher readiness
    Gainesville School Board members had questions Monday night on how well the system is preparing its students for the next CRCT test next April.
  • Gainesville Rotarians hear 'Lost Squadron' story
    Gainesville Rotarians learned Monday that if they want to recover more World War ll aircraft the Greenland ice, they can go right ahead...all it takes is about $5-million.
  • New History Center education center a birthday surprise
    It was a very special birthday celebration Sunday at the Northeast Georgia History Center for a lady who loves education.
  • New History Center Ed Center a birthday surprise
    It was a very special Birthday celebration Sunday at the Northeast Georgia History Center for a lady who loves education.
  • Letters From Home launches in Gainesville
    Letters From Home, a Gainesville based military service organization for overseas troops, held its first big rally Saturday at The Church of the Nazarene off Dawsonville Highway.
  • New South Hall community center opens
    South Hall County’s new Mulberry Creek Community Center opened with a ribbon cutting, lots of visitors and more Saturday morning.
  • Second honorary doctorate from Brenau for Lessie Smithgall
    Brenau University made history Friday night. For the first time the school presented someone with a second honorary doctorate. That person was Lessie Smithgall.
  • GSC breaks ground for new Academic Building
    Gainesville State College officials, the building contractor and the architect broke ground Friday for a new Academic Building that college president Dr. Martha Nesbitt said was a need, not just a want, for her rapidly growing student population.
  • Hall Commissioners approve free pet adoptions
    If you want a free pet for Christmas, Hall County Commissioners have a deal for you if you qualify.
  • Gainesville observes Veterans Day
    The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month... Gainesville joined the nation Wednesday in observing Veterans Day.
  • Boys and Girls Clubs site wins variance approval
    An adjacent land owner wanted some answers at Tuesday night's Gainesville Planning and Appeals meeting before lifting opposition to construction of a new Boys and Girls Club center on Memorial Drive.
  • Lake Lanier manager says it's up to Congress
    Lake Lanier's new operations manager told Gainesville Kiwanis Club members Tuesday the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has to do what Congress tells it to do.
  • United Way reaches 54 percent of its goal
    It was time for a progress report Tuesday morning in downtown Gainesville on the current United Way campaign.
  • Hall teachers question schedule change
    Hall County high school teachers, parents and students, especially teachers, made it clear they don't like doing away with block scheduling at Monday night's school board meeting.
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