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‘What Would You Do?’ reporter to speak at DCCC

    ‘What Would You Do?’  reporter to speak at DCCC

Emmy award-winner and ABC News journalist John Quiñones will discuss the power of education when he visits Davidson County Community College on Nov. 11 as part of the college’s Distinguished

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Spaulding to speak to Senior Democrats

    Spaulding to speak to Senior Democrats

 Former NC House member Kenneth B Spaulding will discuss Midterm Elections at a meeting sponsored by the Forsyth County Senior Democrats. Spaulding has indicated his intention to run for governor

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor (Franco, Voting, , Bonds, Kazakos, Qualifications)

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor (Franco, Voting, , Bonds, Kazakos, Qualifications)

Valene Franco To The Editor: You, the citizens of Forsyth County, will determine which of our current candidates will serve our community.  I urge you to join me in casting

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Six to receive N.C. Awards

    Six to receive N.C. Awards

(pictured above:  Poet and author Lenard D. Moore.) Gov. McCrory will present the latest round of North Carolina Awards on Thursday, Nov. 13 at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel and Convention

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Drive-thru flu vaccines for vets

    Drive-thru flu vaccines for vets

In an effort to make getting annual flu vaccinations more convenient, the Salisbury VA Medical Center is offering drive-thru flu

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Six receive magazine’s Mosaic honors

    Six receive magazine’s Mosaic honors

Triad-based Diversity Woman magazine presented six Mosaic Woman Awards during its Leadership Conference earlier this month in Buena Vista, Fla.

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Friendship celebrates 100th anniversary

    Friendship celebrates 100th anniversary

Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 1317 N. Cherry St., celebrated its 100th church anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 19. Rev. Dr. Lester

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Editorial: Our Picks

    Editorial: Our Picks

Ever since President Obama was elected, the Republican Party and many white Americans have had to face their unresolved racism

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor (democracy, voting, & experience)

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor (democracy, voting, & experience)

No Excuses To the Editor: A participatory democracy demands active participation from its citizens. Voting is the primary means that

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Surprise for Superhero principal

    Surprise for Superhero principal

(pictured above:  Ron Davis reacts to his surprise gift.) Ron Davis, the principal of Gibson Elementary School, is a fan

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