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Monthly Archive

March 2020

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 36 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
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GrassRoots Turf

Simply "The Best Service Company Ever!" By Ellen Samsell Salas Putting Customers and Employees First Josh Wise, founder and owner of GrassRoots Turf, says, Its easy to live up to our companys motto... read more..

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Brandon Beach for State Senate

A Conservative Champion for District 21 By Ellen Samsell Salas When State Senator Brandon Beach and his wife Shuntel put down roots in Alpharetta 26 years ago, they set out to do whatever they could... read more..

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Brad Thomas

"A Voice for the People of Cherokee County" By Ellen Samsell Salas Concern for the welfare of other people defines Brad Thomas from his service as a petty officer in the U.S. Navy to his activism a read more..

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Book Review: Things You Save in a Fire

By Jessica Oravec Things You Save in a Fire is a wonderful tale of love, forgiveness, and firefighting. As a firefighter, Cassie does her duty well. But as she is being honored for an act of heroism,... read more..

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Book Review: Apartment

By Marcia Divack   New York Citys Columbia University in 1996 is the setting of Teddy Waynes latest novel Apartment. This story is about the relationship between an unnamed narrator and his fri... read more..

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Artist Profile: Diana Toma

Transparent, Ethereal, Delicate Painting By Ellen Samsell Salas Diana Toma works quickly, sometimes completing a painting in 40 minutes and only returning later to tweak her canvas. Its a creative ... read more..

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The Benefits of Going Vegan

By Caroline Wimberly A 2015 peer-reviewed study by Canadian academics comparing bias against target groups found that vegans and vegetarians were viewed more negatively than any other group except dr... read more..

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Utilizing Technology To Keep Kids Safe

By John Robison Protecting children and keeping drivers safe on local roads are two top priorities for Alpharetta police officers. In 2019, the Alpharetta City Council approved the use of cameras in ... read more..

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The Right To Be Heard

Empowering and Supporting Crime Victims By District Attorney Shannon Wallace Most people are aware that criminals are afforded many rights protected by law, starting with the right to remain silent.... read more..

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Community Partner: Bethany Christian Services

Family changes everything. Bethany Christian Services believes every child deserves to be loved, connected, and safe. For more than 75 years, faith has inspired this organization to stand for childre... read more..

Community - Woodstock
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Elm Street Gala

Nearly 400 guests recently filled the banquet hall of His Hands Church in Woodstock for a fundraiser gala to raise money to convert the Reeves house into an arts center. Elm Street Cultural Arts Villa... read more..

Community - Woodstock
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Poster Child Becomes Adult Ambassador for Cystic Fibrosis During Momentous Year

Woodstock resident Jess Streib has fond memories of being a Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF) poster child, from dressing up for fancy charitable banquets to passing out gold medals at sporting events.... read more..

Community - Woodstock
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Clark Creek ES STEM Academy Teacher Receives Multiple Honors

Karen Garland, Clark Creeks Teacher of the Year and a CCSD 2020 Teacher of the Year finalist, has received multiple honors. The Georgia Youth Science and Technology Centers recognized her as a 2020 G... read more..

Community - Woodstock
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History in the Making

The Cherokee County Historical Society (CCHS) recently launched a multi-million dollar History in the Making capital campaign for its new headquarters located in the former Canton Police Department bu... read more..

Community - Woodstock
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CCSD Kicks Off Partnership With Mountain Education Charter High School

The Cherokee County Board of Education recently unanimously approved contracting with Mountain Education Charter High School to take over the school district's evening high school program, currently k... read more..

Community - Woodstock
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Fire Department Requests Public Input on Provided Services

Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services is requesting public input in a survey that will be available through April 30. The Community Stakeholder Survey provides an annual baseline of how well t... read more..

Community - Woodstock
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CCWSA Student Photography Winners

Cherokee County Water and Sewerage Authority (CCWSA) recently announced the winners of its 2020 student photography contest. Student photographers were challenged to capture interest and beauty in th... read more..

Community - North Fulton
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Johns Creek Appoints Ed Densmore as City Manager

Last month, the Johns Creek City Council unanimously approved the appointment of Ed Densmore as city manager. Densmore emerged as the top candidate for the position after a nationwide search that beg... read more..

Community - North Fulton
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Alpharetta Rotary Donates $15,000 to North Fulton Community Charities

The Rotary Club of Alpharetta surprised North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) with a $15,000 check at their recent meeting. The generous donation will help the organization expand its services in th... read more..

Community - North Fulton
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Business and Community Leaders Visit State Delegation During GNFCC Day at the Capitol

The Greater North Fulton Chamber assembled a group of more than 50 business and community leaders to attend this years GNFCC Day at the Capitol. The group met with north Fulton County senators and rep... read more..

Community - North Fulton
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Roswell Special Events Honored by the Southeast Festival and Events

The City of Roswells Special Events Division cleaned up at the annual Southeast Festival and Events Associations Kaleidoscope Awards, coming away with six awards in six different categories. Roswell ... read more..

Community - North Fulton
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Summer Jobs

The City of Roswell is now accepting applications for more than 200 summer positions within its Recreation, Parks, Historic, and Cultural Affairs Department. A wide variety of positions are available... read more..

Community - North Fulton
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Roswell HS Welcomes Stacey Abrams for Black History Celebration

Georgia politician Stacey Abrams was the guest speaker at a recent Black History Celebration hosted by the Black Student Union (BSU) of Roswell High School. Abrams, a 2018 Democratic gubernatorial ca... read more..

Community - North Fulton
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Census 2020

Everyone counts in north Fulton, so thats why EVERY household needs to fill out the 2020 Census! The postcards were mailed in mid-March; you can fill them out and mail them in or enter your informatio... read more..

Community - North Fulton
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Roswell Girl Scouts Go for GOLD World Water Day Gold Award Project

Approximately 785 million people worldwide 1 in 9 lack access to clean water. Each year, the global water crisis causes nearly 1 million deaths and a loss of $260 million in economic opportunities (... read more..

Community - North Fulton
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North Fulton School News

Alpharetta High Robotics Club member and junior Aditya Singh qualified to be a state finalist in the FIRST Technical Challenge (FTC), having won the Deans List Award. Singh is scheduled to advance to ... read more..

Community - Canton
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Community Members Visit Avery ES for Read Across America

Avery Elementary School students and staff were rocking and reading on March 2 to celebrate Read Across America on Dr. Seuss birthday. They also kicked off Cherokee County School Districts reading ini... read more..

Community - Canton
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City of Canton Announces Assistant City Manager, Staff Promotions

The City of Canton recently announced staff promotions including the creation of a new assistant city manager position. Nathan Ingram, formerly the Citys chief financial officer, was named assistant ... read more..

Community - Canton
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Cherokee HS Student Wins Regional Essay Contest

Cherokee High School senior Heidi Martinez earned first place in the Optimist International Essay Contest for the Zone 2 region, which includes Cherokee, Pickens, and Gilmer Counties. The Zone 2 regio... read more..

Community - Canton
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Little League T-Ball Player Hits Fundraising Home Run

Canton Baseballs Carter Chandler, who is almost 4 years old and plays for the 3/4 Year old Dodgers T-ball team, has hit it out of the park with his first-ever baseball fundraiser. Chandler attends Mis... read more..

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