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The Two Georgias Reversed

The Two Georgias Reversed

Many parts of South Georgia are booming while the other Georgia, the 12-county Metro Atlanta region, is showing some signs of decline.

March 2007

Better Get It While You Can

Better Get It While You Can

March 2007
Business Casual

Business Casual

Georgia’s Sen. Johnny Isakson consulted an eminent UGA scientist to come up with what may be an answer to the embryonic stem cell research debate.

February 2007
Shot At Without Result!

Shot At Without Result!

Wisdom of the ages from the 50 volumes of the Harvard Classics – and some thoughts from England’s Winston Churchill, the 20th century’s greatest leader.

February 2007

Trendsetter Cities

For the eighth year, the Georgia Municipal Association and Georgia Trend team up to recognize the state’s outstanding cities. This year we highlight special achievement in public works and parks and recreation.

February 2007
2007 Georgian of the Year

2007 Georgian of the Year

If you look closely at Shirley Franklin, if you push past the no-nonsense administrator, the skilled negotiator, the vigilant steward, the popular, bridge-building mayor who has energized Atlanta's business community for the first time in decades, you're left with a defining insight into her success: sheer willpower.

January 2007
January 2007 Neely Young

January 2007 Neely Young

It is critical that Georgia's leaders take steps soon to make our state's energy producers safe for the future

January 2007

Outlook January 2007

Look for Georgia's technical colleges to continue to play an important role in the state's economic well being.

January 2007

January 2007 Millard Grimes

The Atlantic magazine's 100 Most Influential Figures in American History.

January 2007

2007 Most Influential Georgians

There is an old Korean proverb that takes a stab at power, influence and the distinction between the two: “Power lasts 10 years; influence not more than a hundred.” Our ninth edition of the 100 Most Influential Georgians puts the spotlight on individuals whose influence has been tested over time, as well as some who have only recently ascended to positions of great power.

January 2007
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