Posts From Layla Garms

Half empty or half full: Local lawmakers pessimistic and optimistic about GOP gains in N.C.

    Half empty or half full: Local lawmakers pessimistic and optimistic about GOP gains in N.C.

The Republican Party further secured its stronghold on North Carolina after  last week’s election. When the General Assembly opens its 2013 session in January, the GOP will hold 32 of

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Dance legend says his art speaks to social injustice

    Dance legend says his art speaks to social injustice

Bill T. Jones, an internationally known artist, choreographer, dancer, theater director and writer, visited the campus of Salem College last week to headline the first-ever installment of the June Porter

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Hospital’s tree fetes organ donors

    Hospital’s tree fetes organ donors

This has been a devastating year for Rockwell resident Carol Cook. She buried her husband of 25 years and her 19-year-old son, Morton Michael Cook II, three months apart. Her

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Graduates of recovery program see sunny days ahead

    Graduates of recovery  program see sunny days ahead

For many, Monday, Nov. 5 was just another Monday. For Tim LaClaire II, it was the best day of his life so far. The 25-year-old celebrated his completion of the

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Voters of all political persuasions celebrate on election night

    Voters of all political persuasions celebrate on election night

The crowd leapt to its feet at the Millennium Center Tuesday night when Elisabeth Motsinger took to the stage. Motsinger,

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Eureka House living up to its name

    Eureka House living up to its name

Ten years ago, Josue Cruz was a different person. “I’ve had a whole lot of personal growth,” said Cruz, one

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Nonperishable Treats

    Nonperishable Treats

Salem students collect for food bank on Halloween   A group of Salem College students put a new spin on

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Community Keeping W-S Green and Beautiful

    Community Keeping W-S Green and Beautiful

Hundreds of trees planted in East Winston   City-sponsored Community Roots Day is more popular than ever. The annual tree planting

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Professor pens bio about her hometown hero

    Professor pens bio about her hometown hero

As a girl in Omaha, Neb., Salem College Professor Dr. Tekla Johnson remembers State Sen. Ernie Chambers as being larger

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Under the Big Top Unique project allows students to discuss bias

    Under the Big Top Unique project allows students to discuss bias

During tent-covered outdoor sessions last week, students at Mount Tabor High School explored the complexities of racial diversity, cultural differences

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