NEW for 2021! The 25th Anniversary of the 1996 Olympics

NEW for 2021! The 25th Anniversary of the 1996 Olympics: The NEW edition of my book is out just in time for this year’s Olympics. Purchase it on Amazon for an insider’s perspective from the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1636172415?ref=myi_title_dp The book is a no-punches-pulled insider’s perspective of the Centennial Olympic Games, and the […]

February 2020: Grady-Yarbrough Fellows Announced for Spring 2020

Athens, Ga. — The University of Georgia Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication has named Allison Chenard, a 23-year-old student from Mooresville, North Carolina, and Mary Gardner “MG” Coffee, a 22-year-old student from Dallas, Texas the Yarbrough-Grady Fellows for Spring 2020.?  Read the full story here

May 2013: Dick Yarbrough Named One of Georgia’s ‘Power Brokers for 2013’

James Magazine, which is the leading political publication in the state just named Dick one of the state’s Power Brokers for 2013. In the article, they say, “This former BellSouth vice president has in his retirement years become a sort of Mark Twain of Georgia.  He’s a writer who often states his serious points with […]

April 2013: News Flash From The Department Of Juvenile Justice

Commissioner Avery D. Niles confirmed the appointments of Mr. Fred E. Stephens and Mr. Dick Yarbrough to the Georgia Board of Juvenile Justice. Mr. Dick Yarbrough is a retired vice president of BellSouth Corporation. He also served as a Managing Director of Atlanta’s 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. “Dick” Yarbrough is best known as one of […]