View Mobile Site

Take a sneak peek at The Times' new website

August 17th, 2017 08:11 a.m.

Archive By Section - 5 questions

5 Questions for Charles E. Whalen Jr.

Charles E. Whalen Jr. - known to everyone as "Gus" - had a long, successful career with the Warren Featherbone Co., maker of baby clothes. Since the company sold out in 2005, Whalen has tried to make his mark improving the community.

September 09, 2012 | | 5 questions

5 Questions for Connie Little Stephens

Connie Stephens has spent more than two decades advocating for needy and neglected children as executive director of the Hall-Dawson Court Appointed Special Advocates program. The program she heads fights solely on what is in the best interest of children who are being abused, mistreated or neglected.

August 19, 2012 | | 5 questions

5 Questions for Jewel Armour

As the man in charge of school bus routes for Hall County Schools, Jewel Armour has one of the county's most challenging jobs. He oversees 223 bus routes that deliver thousands of students to schools across Hall County. But it's a job he loves. Today, The Times asks Jewel Armour five questions about getting to school on the bus.

August 12, 2012 | | 5 questions

5 Questions with Carol Cox

Carol Cox has spent 17 years at North Georgia Christian School, moving from substitute teacher to full-time teacher to administrator and, now, head of school. Her tenure at the school has allowed her to mix her strong Christian beliefs with her dedication to children. Today, The Times asks Cox five questions about the work of small Christian schools and the challenges they face.

August 05, 2012 | | 5 questions

5 Questions for Sheri Hooper

What started 10 years ago as a group of friends meeting for Bible study has turned into Sheri Hooper's great passion. As the executive director of the Interactive Neighborhood for Kids, Hooper oversees a growing, hands-on museum that will touch the lives of nearly 75,000 visitors this year, a record number.

July 22, 2012 | | 5 questions

5 Questions for Fernando A. Sanchez

Fernando A. Sanchez brought his family to the United States with a dream of making a better life. They conquered the sometimes-grueling process of becoming American citizens, and they have chosen to settle in Gainesville to start a new business. Today, The Times asks Sanchez five questions about coming to America.

July 15, 2012 | | 5 questions

5 Questions for Melissa Wendt Tymchuk

Melissa Wendt Tymchuk has seen Northeast Georgia Medical Center grow tremendously during her 15 years in the public relations office. Now, as the hospital gets ready to build a new hospital in South Hall and deal with the new health care law, Tymchuk is taking on a new challenge, as well - as director of public relations and marketing. Today, The Times asks Tymchuk five questions about her new role at the hospital.

July 08, 2012 | | 5 questions

5 Questions for Kevin Jarrard

Today, Lt. Col. Kevin Jarrard is the commandant of cadets at Riverside Military Academy, a position he assumed in 2009 after eight years as a classroom teacher at the school. But he is perhaps better known as a United States Marine.

July 01, 2012 | | 5 questions

5 Questions for Jim Mathis Jr.

Following in the footsteps of his father, Jim Mathis Jr. has spent his lifetime serving the community. And he's passed the legacy on to his own daughters, both of whom are involved in civic causes.

June 24, 2012 | | 5 questions

5 Questions for Counte Cooley

Counte Cooley is a successful businessman who is active in a number of community organizations. But he recently made news for winning a national championship in competitive racquetball. Today, The Times asks Cooley five questions about his sport and his championship.

June 18, 2012 | | 5 questions

5 Questions for Dana Chapman

Dana Chapman is the new executive director of The Guest House, but she's hardly new to nonprofit work. She's spent three decades working with organizations that help people. Today, The Times asks Chapman

June 10, 2012 | | 5 questions

5 Questions for Anne Dittman

Three years ago, hoping to put her training as a Stephen minister - a program of lay pastoral counseling to work - Anne Dittman had the idea of helping people learn the skills they need to find a job. At about the same time, Carl Liggett had the same idea. The two teamed up to create Career Connection at Gainesville First United Methodist Church.

June 03, 2012 | The Times | 5 questions

5 Questions for Ron Evans

Twenty-eight years ago, Ron Evans and his wife got the idea of starting a community band. Today, the Northwinds Symphonic Band has played concerts all over North Georgia and has taken two tours around the state. But perhaps the band's most meaningful performance is the annual Memorial Day concert. Today The Times asks Evans five questions about the patriotic performance.

May 28, 2012 | | 5 questions

5 Questions for Jim Barco

By day, Jim Barco is the chief fundraiser for Brenau University. But lately, he's as well known for his love of barbecue. A few years ago, he got the idea of bringing a high-profile barbecue cook-off to Brenau as a way to raise money for scholarships for local students.

May 21, 2012 | | 5 questions

5 Questions for Shelley Davis

Shelley Davis spends her days working with the myriad industries that make up Hall County's industrial base. As vice president of existing industries for the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce, Davis sees first-hand how the economy is affecting local businesses and what they need to thrive. Today The Times asks Davis five questions about economic development.

May 13, 2012 | | 5 questions

« First  « Prev  1 2 3  Next »  Last »

Page 2 of 3

No Articles Found.

Powered by
Morris Technology
Please wait ...