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Photo Spread: Quality Education Academy vs. Winston-Salem Christian

    Photo Spread: Quality Education Academy vs. Winston-Salem Christian

Photo Spread: Quality Education Academy vs. Winston-Salem Christian

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Living on the edge of the numbers

    Living on the edge of the numbers

Many people are aware that they should know their blood pressure numbers, but few know why it is important and how it can impact their lives.

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Carter G. Woodson Charter School ask for public support in its fight over renewal terms

    Carter G. Woodson Charter School ask for public support in its fight over renewal terms

Carter G. Woodson School is asking the public to attend a meeting at the High Point Courthouse, Martin Courtroom, 4th floor, 505 E. Green Drive, on Feb. 18-22 at 10 a.m. as they bring a lawsuit against the N.C. State Board of Education and its advisory board.

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Love of books led to library career for Charlene Edwards

    Love of books led to library career for Charlene Edwards

Charlene Edwards began her love affair with books as a young child. “Growing up in the country, books took you where you wanted to go,”

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Psi Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity hosts talent hunt

    Psi Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity hosts talent hunt

The Psi Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. hosted its annual Talent Hunt program on Sunday, Feb. 3, at 3 p.m.

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Commentary: Legal double standards keep us in shackles

    Commentary: Legal double standards keep us in shackles

Commentary: Legal double standards keep us in shackles

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Forsyth County’s seal was designed by Carver student in 1949

    Forsyth County’s seal was designed by Carver student in 1949

Did you know that the Forsyth County seal was designed by a Carver High School student?

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Jacinta White uses poetry to deal with grief and aid healing

    Jacinta White uses poetry to deal with grief and aid healing

Jacinta White will release her book of poetry inspired by African-American churches this fall.

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Editorial Cartoon: Black Face Nation

    Editorial Cartoon: Black Face Nation

Editorial Cartoon by Ron Rogers 

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Sanders-Pratt Recognized as Assistant Manager of the Year

    Sanders-Pratt Recognized as Assistant Manager of the Year

Forsyth County Deputy Manager Damon Sanders-Pratt received an Assistant Manager of the Year award from the N.C. City and County Management Association.

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