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Kublanow a force on Walton's offensive line
Brandon Kublanow, No. 79, was a sophomore starter at right guard on the Walton High School offensive line this past season. PHOTO/Bush Enos.

Brandon Kublanow, No. 79, was a sophomore starter at right guard on the Walton High School offensive line this past season. PHOTO/Bush Enos.

It was a welcome to varsity high school football that Brandon Kublanow hasn’t forgotten. The welcome came on the first offensive snap of Walton High School’s season, against perennial powerhouse Brookwood. Kublanow, a right guard and Walton’s only sophomore starter, was given the assignment to block a linebacker...



Friday, December 03, 2010
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Girls Who Make A Difference recognized

Katie Stanwick wasn’t expecting to receive the manila envelope postmarked from Washington, D.C. Adding to the surprise was that this piece of mail turned out to be a letter from First Lady Michelle Obama...



Friday, December 03, 2010
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Multiple masterpieces: Open Studio Art Show
Visual art, with all its richness and endless possibilities, is something almost all try briefly in youth and then abandon. The reasons for never returning are many, among them perceived or real lack of time, money or talent. How many priceless works were never created because the creator simply never sat down with the proper tools to create?...

Friday, December 03, 2010
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Rand brings Holiday Ice Spectacular to Atlanta

It couldn’t have been a more perfect picture for Jeb Rand. He was in New York City, at Central Park, ice skating with some friends at an outdoor rink owned by Donald Trump. On perfect cue it began to snow. A horse trotted by, pulling a carriage across a bridge. The rink was filled with people of all ages, happy and smiling...



Tuesday, November 23, 2010
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Rusty Sneiderman murdered, family offers $10,000 reward
The family of Rusty Sneiderman, who was shot and killed last Thursday while dropping his 2-year-old son off at preschool, is offering a $10,000 reward to anyone who has information leading to the arrest of the gunman...

Tuesday, November 23, 2010
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Hazon Yeshaya originator to visit Atlanta
Rabbi Abraham Israel, founder of Hazon Yeshaya Humanitarian Network who will soon be speaking about his organization and its causes at various Atlanta locations, compares his circumstances favorably to those of a certain billionaire chairman of Microsoft...

Tuesday, November 23, 2010
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