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GUEST EDITORIAL: Hypocrisy rules in new law primaries

    GUEST EDITORIAL: Hypocrisy rules in new law primaries

Hypocrisy rules in new law primaries.

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School and classroom management strategies are explored

    School and classroom management strategies are explored

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ Title I Department and the Beta Lambda Chapter of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa Inc. sponsored “School Management Strategies and Techniques”.

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WS/FCS Title I Department meets with N.C. Principal of the year

    WS/FCS Title I Department meets with N.C. Principal of the year

The 2017 North Carolina Principal of the Year Jason Griffin shares ideas and techniques with local educators.

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11 WS/FCS seniors are National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

    11 WS/FCS seniors are National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

Eleven students in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County high schools have been named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists for the 2018 Scholarship Program.

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Editorial: October draws more bad news for women

    Editorial: October draws more bad news for women

If a person was sexually abused and it happened decades ago but she is just now revealing it, what do we do?

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Letters to the Editor

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Commentary: How to choose a health plan for your small business

    Commentary: How to choose a health plan for your small business

Algenon Cash is the managing director of Wharton Gladden & Company, an investment banking firm, he is also a national spokesperson for the oil and natural gas industry.

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Celebrating 10 years of service

    Celebrating 10 years of service

On Friday, Oct. 20, the ACEY Group of The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem celebrated its 10th anniversary.

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Commentary: Heal gout naturally

    Commentary: Heal gout naturally

Gout is a result of high uric acid levels in the body. However, when levels are abnormally high, a gout flare ensues. Gout usually affects the toes, however, it can also affect kidneys, fingers and tendons.

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The ‘Phenominal Dr. Newell’ has educated 5 generations

    The ‘Phenominal Dr. Newell’ has educated 5 generations

This week Busta sat down with Dr. Virginia K. Newell who is 100 years old, and has educated five generations.

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