Archive of: At Issue, Ben Young, Business Casual, Economy, Guest Commentary, Neely Young, Opinions

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Life Lessons

Life Lessons

The journey from the Cedartown Mighty Mites to the business world is not as long as you might think.

December 2004
Target Practice

Target Practice

The nearly 250,000 students who attend Georgia's public colleges and universities dodged a powerful bullet a few weeks ago when the Board of Regents wisely decided not to push for a mid-year tuition hike as a way of dealing with a $65-million budget shortfall.

December 2004
Warts and Beauty Spots

Warts and Beauty Spots

When it comes to local media, Georgians tend to trust the source. That's not always true on the national level.

November 2004
The Side of the Angels

The Side of the Angels

The first voice-mail message of the morning was from a woman I've never met who delivered a lengthy tirade against journalism and journalists, including the fact that she has "long felt that journalists will print whatever they want to print . . . and they don't particularly care whether the story is accurate."

November 2004
The Little Lady Syndrome

The Little Lady Syndrome

Just about the time you think you're safe, here it comes to beat you over the head one more time.

October 2004
Georgia's Do-Nothing Governor

Georgia's Do-Nothing Governor

When he came into office, Sonny Perdue wanted to be a leader with a vision and a goal for a better Georgia. What happened?

October 2004
Girl Groups

Girl Groups

The birthday we were celebrating was not a landmark "0" year, just one of those in-betweens you pretty much take in stride. One woman brought photos from her son's wedding the previous month.

September 2004
Peaceable Kingdom

Peaceable Kingdom

Blossom has a new home, but the six baby ducks who used to swim in the pond behind our office building are MIA.

August 2004
Quiet On the Coast

Quiet On the Coast

Georgia was ready for whatever might happen at the G-8 Summit, but not much actually did.

August 2004
Our Towns, Our State

Our Towns, Our State

When we prepare our economic development stories, our writers ask two questions: "What are your problems?" and "What are you doing about them?"

July 2004
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