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Gwinnett County Public Schools held its inaugural girls camp for the mentorship program July 16-20, a Shiloh Middle School teacher attended a national education conference in Washington, D.C. and Central Gwinnett cluster is hosting a Back to School Jamboree.

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As is almost always the case, signs of trouble preceded the latest shooting in Paris, which left one police officer dead and wounded two bystanders before police killed the gunman, later identified as French national Karim Cheurfi, a known criminal with a long, violent record. ISIS claimed to be behind the attack. According to police, a note praising ISIS fell out of Cheurfi’s pocket when he fell.

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Tis the season, you know. Yes, yes. I know all about peace on earth and good will to men, although we have changed the scriptures around to suit ourselves, not to mention the political correctness police and you might hear your preacher read “peace to all whom love of God has blessed” but in the King James Version I grew up reading, it really does say “Good will to men.” Deal with it.

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With another school year beginning, more than 1,900 buses will be on the road transporting students to Gwinnett schools. The district — the third-largest transporter of students — will log more than 132,000 miles per day and will make more than 50,000 stops on a daily basis.

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