Hunting fines + accreditation for GCPS | Duluth, GA Patch
welcome to the Duluth Daily Summary, where you can find everything you need to know about city events and news!
In this issue, you’ll read about Nacho Daddy, Hunting Fines, and a Board of Education Review.
But first, you need to know the weather:
Today it will be very wet with a high of 85 and a low of 65. It will be partly cloudy with a 20% chance of rain.
Here’s Duluth’s news for today:
1) Papa Nacho reverts to the original brand, Henderson’s, which also owns restaurants like In-n-Out and Texas Roadhouse. They will soon be opening locations across the United States! (Vegas Eater)
2) Douglass crookton of Duluth was fined for 42 misdemeanors for hunting wildlife in Denver, Colorado. Crookton will be fined approximately $ 42,000 for the incident. (Our community now)
3)Gwinnett County Public Schools undergoes a special accreditation review after a year of polarized views among board members. Criticism of Cognia comes after several complaints that the board was breaking standards. (AJC)
4) Gwinnet’s New noise ordinance entered into force last night. This new noise ordinance prohibits the use of fireworks on regular nights, but with exceptions for certain public holidays. (Gwinnett Daily Post)
5) The Gwinnett Police Department will hold a career fair looking for full time agents. The event will take place on Saturday at Police training center. (AJC)
What’s going on around town tonight:
1) Emerge Student Ministry: Water Warz – Sugarloaf UMC 6.30 p.m.– if your student is looking for a fun and quick group of friends, look no further! SUMC is organizing an evening of water games for students in grades 6 to 12.
2) Acoustic Wednesday at the Tannery Ale House 6.30 p.m.– Come listen to acoustic tunes at the Tannery Ale House!
3) IRONSHIELD INFO 7:15 p.m.– Step out to Ironsheild Brewing with your thinking hats ready for some trivia!
That’s it for today’s issue! I’ll see you virtually tomorrow!
Peace and love,
My name is Lyndsay Oxley and I have lived in the Duluth District for about three years now. If you recognize my name and my face, it’s probably because you saw me around Parson’s Alley at Good Word Brewing. I am there every weekend to serve tables, while during the week I am an ESOL teacher at Radloff Middle School. I love everything about Duluth, from the diversity, from the great food and drink to the warm culture. Hope I can keep making you read every day, and if you like to read it, please tell your friends!