Gravity Games seek to spark STEM skills
by Bill Baldowski
September 17, 2014 12:38 PM | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend
Google and Georgia Tech have chosen Douglasville to host the first Georgia Gravity Games soapbox derby event Oct. 25. Spokesperson Jaillene Hunter said the event is designed to provide a competitive outlet for middle and high school students to use their science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills and create this year’s fastest gravity-powered cars. “The Gravity Games Soapbox Race is an educational, hands-on activity designed to get young people excited about science and...
September Saturdays festival kicks off this weekend
Douglas County is having a “family reunion” and, with the array of activities scheduled and the number of people expected, it will be one not soon forgotten, county officials said. The 12th annual ...
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Member of church: Harris not ‘cold-blooded killer’
An acquaintance of the Harris family said he doesn’t think Ross Harris is guilty, and he prays the truth about the accusations that the father left his son in a hot car to die will be revealed soon...
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    In his first career start, North Paulding junior quarterback Kyle Banks had a memorable debut, throwing for 309 yards and four touchdowns in the Wolfpack’s 55-20 victory over Creekview in the Corky...
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    Elected officials and college degrees
    Apr 04, 2014 | 852693 views | 0 0 comments | 566 566 recommendations | email to a friend | print

    Do you think it is important for elected officials to have college degrees?