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Colorado NAACP office vows vigilance after blast near office

    Colorado NAACP office vows vigilance after blast near office

In photo: Investigators look over the aftermath of a homemade explosive, which was placed need the Colorado Springs chapter of the NAACP, January 6, 2015. (Christian Murdock/The Colorado Springs Gazette/AP)

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Legendary gospel icon Andrae Crouch dies at 72

    Legendary gospel icon Andrae Crouch dies at 72

In photo: In this Sept. 1, 1996 file photo, Grammy winning gospel singer Andrae Crouch sings during service at the Christ Memorial church in Pacoima, Calif. (AP Photo/Frank Wiese, File)

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Gaining Access to Your Equity

    Gaining Access to Your Equity

Submitted by Karen Morgan, AWMA® Allegacy Private Wealth | Relationship Manager  You’ve worked hard, put in your time and are nearing or in your retirement years. Many homeowners look forward

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Glaucoma: My Story

    Glaucoma: My Story

By Judie Holcomb-Pack January is National Glaucoma Month, something that would not have even been on my radar seven months ago. I had not had any problems with my vision

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Planning Early is the Key to Successful Retirement

    Planning Early is the Key to Successful Retirement

by Rebecca Holder December 31, 2014 marked the last gala in history’s biggest birthday party—the youngest of the Baby Boomers

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Lupus support meetings planned

    Lupus support meetings planned

The Lupus Foundation of America, North Carolina Chapter (LFANC) will host its monthly support group for those living with lupus,

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Column: Criticisms Unfounded

    Column: Criticisms Unfounded

(I feel) compelled to speak out about the value and the strengths of Winston-Salem State University. This article represents only

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National print art show opens Jan. 15

    National print art show opens Jan. 15

(Above: A piece by Brandon Sanderson.) An exhibit featuring artwork from the nation’s top printmakers will open on Thursday, Jan.15 in

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Ministers hosting second town hall

    Ministers hosting second town hall

(Above: Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity members pose at a meeting last September.) The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and

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Edward Brooke, 1st black elected U.S. senator, dies

    Edward Brooke, 1st black elected U.S. senator, dies

Former Massachusetts Sen. Edward William Brooke speaks in the Rotunda on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009, during

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