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Editorial: Storied history of cooperation should inspire

    Editorial: Storied history  of cooperation should inspire

Juneteenth is held on or around June 19, when Union forces arrived in Galveston, Texas, with news of the end of slavery on June 19, 1865. Juneteenth is normally known

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Cemetery effort identities names on headstones 

    Cemetery effort identities names on headstones 

Those who clear and clean up Happy Hill Cemetery are still looking for volunteers, especially those with loved ones who were laid to rest in the historic African-American cemetery.  

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Letters to the Editor: General Assembly and Police Acquittal

    Letters to the Editor: General Assembly and Police Acquittal

General Assembly is doing less for more N. Carolinians To the Editor: The final budget that state lawmakers will vote on in the coming days reflects missed opportunities for North Carolina. By

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Study: Nonprofit arts groups have huge economic impact

    Study: Nonprofit arts groups have huge economic impact

A milestone study led by Americans for the Arts and conducted by economists from the Georgia Institute of Technology shows that nonprofit arts and cultural organizations in Forsyth County are

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Editorial Cartoon: Lives matter?

    Editorial Cartoon: Lives matter?

Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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Lauren Bradshear takes ’17 Jabberwock crown

    Lauren Bradshear takes ’17 Jabberwock crown

On Saturday, May 20, the Winston-Salem Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority held the 2017 Jabberwock Scholarship event at

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Commentary: We must renew our value for men and women in public service

    Commentary: We must renew our value for men and women in public service

By Algenon Cash On June 14, 2017, the country woke up to news of another mass shooting, a man used

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Commentary- Post Capitol Hill shooting: finding bipartisanship & success

    Commentary- Post Capitol Hill shooting: finding bipartisanship & success

By Philip Kahn-Pauli Yesterday’s [June 14] shooting outside of Washington, D.C., reminds us about the dangers inherent in bitter partisanship and

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Commentary: Disengaging with Cuba

    Commentary: Disengaging with Cuba

By Mel Gurtov President Obama’s engagement with Cuba was one of his administration’s success stories.  The policy shift was based on

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Commentary: Seniors facing many challenges on many levels

    Commentary: Seniors facing many challenges on many levels

By Dr. Althea Taylor-Jones The North Carolina Senior Tar Heel Legislature (NCSTHL) convened for the second session of 2017 in Chapel

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