Tag Archives: Dwight Brown

Sleeping with the Enemy

The Friday Photo June 26, 2015 Not a photo this week, but a fond remembrance, in two parts, of a campaign where a picture and few words told the story (It won a national marketing award for “Best Villian.” I … Continue reading

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The Fat Lady is looking through her sheet music

After 8.5 years, a lot of questions about Plant Washington, Cobb EMC, and Cobb Energy, a for-profit company created by Dwight Brown while he ran the state‚Äôs largest electric co-op, have been answered after a forensic audit conducted for Cobb … Continue reading

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We own the screen rights to the movie

The story behind the long lingering proposed coal project Plant Washington reads much like a Southern Gothic novel. We’ve often been told that the work a handful of local citizens took up almost six years ago would make a great … Continue reading

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