Posts From Todd Luck

Locals applaud recent Supreme Court rulings

    Locals applaud recent Supreme Court rulings

In above photo: U.S. supreme Court building Decisions on Obamacare, gay marriage, fair housing Same-sex marriage is legal in all 50 states, subsidies that allow millions to afford health insurance

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Veteran wounded in Korean War needs help

    Veteran wounded in Korean War needs help

In above photo: Dock Dodd has been trying to get VA compensation for 16 years. (Photo by Todd Luck) VA has denied Dock Dodd money despite shrapnel in his body

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Airport board to ask Forsyth County for construction funds to help move taxiway

    Airport board to ask Forsyth County for construction funds to help move taxiway

In photo above: The Smith Reynolds Airport is hoping to use county, state and federal funds for $15 million in construction. (Photo by Todd Luck) Some are concerned airport may

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Juneteenth festival-goers mark black freedom amid mourning for slain church members

    Juneteenth festival-goers mark black freedom amid mourning for slain church members

In photo above: Fifth Street was lined with vendors for Juneteenth in Winston-Salem on Saturday, June 20. (Photo by Todd Luck) Even in the face of national tragedy, Juneteenth was celebrated

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First Fairground Fridays of 2015 draws almost 900 for summer fun in Winston-Salem

    First Fairground Fridays of 2015 draws almost 900 for summer fun in Winston-Salem

This first of this summer’s Fairground Fridays drew a large crowd of teens to the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds on Friday, June

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Parkland High’s Mandela Society takes on racial issues

    Parkland High’s Mandela Society takes on racial issues

In photo above: Members of the Mandela Society pose at Parkland Magnet School: (L-R) Stevie Dupree-Parker, Shawn Brim, Advisor Tripp

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Winston-Salem native leaves Wake Forest debt-free and employed

    Winston-Salem native  leaves Wake Forest debt-free and employed

Micheal Green, raised by single mom, overcomes the odds In photo above: Micheal Green’s family congratulates him after graduating from

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Juneteenth Luncheon explores what freedom means

    Juneteenth Luncheon explores what freedom means

The Juneteenth Luncheon commemorated the 150th anniversary of emancipation from slavery with accounts from those who experienced it, read by

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Proposed new bus routes prompt this comment: ‘That’s a long walk’

    Proposed new bus routes prompt this comment: ‘That’s a long walk’

In photo above: WSTA Executive Director Art Barnes goes over the proposed bus routes with passengers during the final comment

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New Winston-Salem crime lab to speed up drug, alcohol testing

    New Winston-Salem crime lab to speed up drug, alcohol testing

In photo above: The City of Winston-Salem provides an inside look at its new crime lab. (Photo provided by City

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