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Letters to the Editor: Shooting, Juneteenth, HBCU funding

    Letters to the Editor: Shooting, Juneteenth, HBCU funding

This man is seriously ‘unhinged;’ no name needed To The Editor: The man has become seriously unhinged. Congratulating himself on predicting an Orlando-type massacre; consistently hyper-inflating the number of Muslim refugees allowed

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Open the doors of opportunity

    Open the doors of  opportunity

By Darrell Allison, Guest Columnist Leaders in the North Carolina Senate recently released a budget which seeks to expand the Opportunity Scholarship Program over the next decade. Bold and timely, I

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Column- It’s not just Donald Trump: The media is out of control

    Column- It’s not just Donald Trump: The media is out of control

By Mildred Robertson, Guest Columnist I sat last night [June 6] and watched in disbelief as MSNBC and other news outlets disenfranchised millions of voters by announcing Hillary Clinton as

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Neighborhood group calls for Winston’s Got Talent Show auditions

    Neighborhood group calls for Winston’s Got Talent Show auditions

Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods (NBN) presents its first Winston’s Got Talent Show. It will be an opportunity for Winston’s most talented to showcase their skills to community.

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QEA celebrates the Class of 2016

    QEA celebrates the Class of 2016

Quality Education Academy (QEA) held its eighth commencement ceremony with an audience of over 500 family, friends, and community members.

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Summer camp starts at Emmanuel Baptist Church

Instructors and Elders of the Kemet Academy Summer Camp completed the first week of classes, which began on June 13 and will continue until Aug. 18. The program lasts from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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Glamour showcase

    Glamour showcase

Fifty-Five Plus Glamour Fashion Show was Saturday, June 18, at Quality Independent Living.

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Walkertown High senior receives scholarship from Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity

    Walkertown High senior receives scholarship from Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity

Marcus Jeffery Williams, a graduating senior at Walkertown High School was selected as the Darryl A. Prince Sr. scholarship recipient for 2016.

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Clinton, Trump at odds over tackling guns and terrorism

    Clinton, Trump at odds over tackling guns and terrorism

In both style and substance, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton offered drastically different proposals Monday for stemming the threat of terrorism and gun violence that have Americans on edge following the deadly weekend attacks at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.

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Grant making nonprofits can do only so much in system

    Grant making nonprofits can do only so much in system

Recently, some grantmaking nonprofits announced new leadership for their organizations. At least two of the groups have or will have African-American leaders.

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