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Monthly Archive

September 2020

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 55 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Community - Woodstock
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Empower Cherokee Needs Your Help

Due to COVID-19, Empower Cherokee has postponed all public events, including its gala. This nonprofit organization, which assists people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, needs funding... read more..

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

By District Attorney Shannon Wallace Long ago, domestic violence was often dismissed as justifiable. Spousal abuse was a private family matter, hidden behind closed doors, and considered acceptable b... read more..

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A Cohesive Community

By John Robinson For those who don’t have young children, the topic of school starting back usually does not resonate very much. However, the beginning of this academic year, like everything else in ... read more..

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Community Partner: Groveway Community Group

Established in 1943, Groveway Community Group (GCG) advocates on behalf of community members to ensure their appropriate representation and to advance resident involvement in local matters that direct... read more..

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Artist Profile: Preston Goodson

A One-Man Sound Machine By Ellen Samsell Salas If you attend a future production at Georgia Ensemble Theatre (GET), you won’t see Preston Goodson or hear his voice, but you will hear his work. Behin... read more..

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Book Review: The First Sister

By Ryland Johnson Lovers of space opera have a new epic to sink their cybernetic teeth into in Linden A. Lewis’ debut novel The First Sister. The book, the first in a trilogy by the same name, is a f... read more..

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Book Review: Her Last Flight

By Jessica Oravec Janey Everett is a photojournalist who captured everything she could during WWII including a broken heart and a Pulitzer Prize for one of her photos. Determined to find her next big... read more..

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Vincent Financial Group

Build and Protect the Life You Want By Ellen Samsell Salas With an office in the heart of Woodstock, Vincent Financial Group planted roots to help clients navigate the complexities of sound financia... read more..

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Creating Memorable Dining Experiences

Rootstock and The Daily Draft By Anna Teal It’s easy to enjoy a night out in the bustling downtown Woodstock area with its fabulous restaurant scene. But if you’re looking for an experience unlike a... read more..

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Senator John Albers- Service, Experience, Leadership, Results

By Patti Richter Our favorite quotes reveal personal aspirations. However, the words that inspire us are not as powerful in shaping our character as the lives of those who nurtured us. It’s not surpr... read more..

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Jason Hayes for Georgia House District 49

A Fresh New Voice for North Fulton By Anna Teal Who Is Dr. Jason Hayes? Alpharetta physician Dr. Jason Hayes is running for the Georgia State House District 49 in the upcoming November election and ... read more..

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Marsha Malone - Farmers Insurance

Insurance Doesn't Have to be Scary By Anna Teal October is reminiscent of all things fall, including Halloween. It’s a time to cuddle up with a pumpkin spice latte and immerse yourself in thoughts of ... read more..

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Beyond the Halftime Lights

By David E. Harrison High School Bands The following feature article was written by David E. Harrison and submitted to Family Life magazines in January 2020 to be published in October. Sadly, David d... read more..

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Senator John Albers

Solution Oriented By Patti Richter Citizenship is an old-school word we don’t hear much anymore. It denotes social responsibility, which adds to the quality of life in our chosen community. For thos... read more..

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Killian Automotive

Earning Your Trust By Patti Richter If you’ve traveled down Univeter Road in Canton, you’ve likely noticed the half-buried body of a Ford Model A alongside the parking lot of Killian Automotive. The... read more..

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Helpful Resources for Older Adults

By Tim Morris Senior Service programs have been around since the mid-60s. Going back even further, groups of seniors would meet in a community building in their area to sew, socialize, and bring a po... read more..

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Timely Resources for Older Adults

By Heather Terry The year 2020 has been like no other year. Due to COVID-19, schools moved to virtual learning, graduations were cancelled, employees were sent home to telework, professional sports c... read more..

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Speaking Southern

By Ellen Samsell Salas I became envious of the Southern gift for gab while attending a Shakespeare seminar in Brunswick, Maine. One would expect a deeper understanding of the Bard’s verbal virtuosity... read more..

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Artist Profile: Amy Duke

Painting Serenity By Ellen Samsell Salas “When you go to the coast, the sky gets bigger, the city melts away, and as you stare at the horizon, the vistas and colors are ever-changing. There is somet... read more..

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Book Review: DC's Wonder Woman

By John Rodgers September is a WONDERful time for Sequoyah Regional Library System. It’s Library Card Signup Month, a time to reflect on the role libraries serve as places of lifelong learning and co... read more..

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Book Review: News of the World

By Julia Padgett Invoking an element of True Grit, author Paulette Jiles sends us on an adventure though post-Civil War Texas. Captain Kidd, an elderly gentleman who makes his living by reading news ... read more..

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Community Partner: Southern Magnolia Charities

Southern Magnolia Charities (SMC) is a nonprofit organization based in Milton, Georgia, that was established in early 2018 to actively serve the people of north Georgia through fundraising events and ... read more..

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The History of the Cherokee Sheriff's Office

By Sheriff Frank Reynolds Earlier this year, I met with local historian Michael Hitt, a retired police officer and published author, to assist me with the history of the Cherokee Sheriff’s Office (CSO... read more..

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Burglary Prevention

Protecting Your Home While You Travel By Dr. Rich Austin As we slowly begin to return to normal (or at least a “new normal”), many families have decided to proceed with vacation travel plans or trip... read more..

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North Georgia Vein & Wellness- August

New Vein Clinic Focuses on Making Your Legs Look Great A new vein clinic in Canton is now serving north Georgia communities, helping people walk with greater confidence by removing embarrassing and un... read more..

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