Neely Young Archive

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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
Neely Young: Not The Whole Hymn

Neely Young: Not The Whole Hymn

The late Eugene Patterson, founder of Georgia Trend, won a Pulitzer Prize for his writing on Civil Rights.

February 2013
Neely Young: A Legislative Wish List

Neely Young: A Legislative Wish List

It’s time to take a look at Georgia’s outdated 16-year-old school dropout age, a remnant of our agricultural past.

January 2013
Neely Young: Words Of Wisdom

Neely Young: Words Of Wisdom

A little holiday cheer in the form of more wise words from friends, family and some famous folks.

December 2012
Neely Young: Tools For Revitalization

Neely Young: Tools For Revitalization

Good communities share common themes and employ common strategies, prompting a Top 10 list of tools for community development.

November 2012
Neely Young: GOP Convention Report

Neely Young: GOP Convention Report

Alec Poitevint ran the convention, state Attorney General Sam Olens spoke and lots of other Georgians turned up to watch and listen.

October 2012
Neely Young: Doc Holliday From Valdosta

Neely Young: Doc Holliday From Valdosta

Doc Holliday of O.K. Corral fame left a colorful legacy behind when he moved out west from Georgia.

September 2012
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