Archive of: Neely Young

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Neely Young: Thoughts For The Season

Neely Young: Thoughts For The Season

Sharing a few lessons learned from famous people, friends and family.

December 2013
Neely Young: Beloved Invader

Neely Young: Beloved Invader

Carpetbagger William Dodge’s legacy was not all bad. His grandson Anson used his share of the timber fortune to improve the lives of those in need.

November 2013
Neely Young: Hospitals Under Stress

Neely Young: Hospitals Under Stress

To offset reductions in federal Medicaid payments in Georgia, cost shifts will affect those of us who have medical insurance.

October 2013
Neely Young: "I Spent It All"

Neely Young: "I Spent It All"

A few suggestions from an investment advisor on how to avoid the retirement trap – and maybe leave a little something behind for the next generations.

September 2013
Neely Young: Quips And Quotes

Neely Young: Quips And Quotes

Passing on wisdom from Ralph Waldo Emerson, Thomas Jefferson and church bulletins.

August 2013
Neely Young: Shame On Us

Neely Young: Shame On Us

It so happens that people of color think HB 87 targets them. And it does. Georgia is a racially diverse state, and we should be proud of it.

July 2013
Neely Young: Alive And Well

Neely Young: Alive And Well

Without good, strong newspapers, who is going to look after the interests of everyday citizens? Who will report on the bad guys and celebrate the good guys?

June 2013
Neely Young: People To Count On

Neely Young: People To Count On

A salute to the people who work to make their communities better. Savannah’s Bob Jepson, our Most Respected Business Leader for 2013, is at the top of the list.

May 2013
Neely Young: A Better Workforce

Neely Young: A Better Workforce

In Southeast Georgia’s Fiber Belt, the pulp and paper industries are strong. There and elsewhere in the state there’s a real need for a well-trained and well-educated workforce.

April 2013
Neely Young: The Dodge Land Troubles

Neely Young: The Dodge Land Troubles

A massive property dispute culminated in a sensational murder trial that was widely covered in the national press.

March 2013
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