Tag Archives: Don McChesney

DeKalb County School Board Candidates up for election on May 20, 2014: A Review

We have done our best to compile as much information as we can on the candidates seeking election to the school board on May 20. Remember, the two super districts no longer exist (which is why you see two incumbents … Continue reading

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Vacations in Alaska and Supreme Court Justices

Below is a recent post from former board member Don McChesney’s blog: ‘Vacations in Alaska and Supreme Court Justices’ Hello everybody. My wife and I just returned from a great cruise to Alaska. We saw tons of wildlife foreign to … Continue reading

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Hide the children, the politicians are at work

Below is a new post at Don McChesney’s blog. Don is the former District 3 board member who  lost his BOE seat to Marshall Orson in the recent summer elections. MY, MY, things are moving rapidly over at the ol’ school … Continue reading

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From DSW’s E-mail …

[DSW Note:  Several of our loyal readers sent us some updates and related comments on yesterday’s events in DeKalb County Schools.  We are publishing them anonymously, as requested.  We are always very grateful for this kind of assistance!  Thank you!] … Continue reading

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Making The Best Choice

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The one thing we can all agree on with all of the candidates is that everyone should vote on Tuesday, July 31. Frankly, nothing is more important to vote on – nothing is more worth your time – than choosing … Continue reading

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