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Sigma Beta Club members attend national conference

    Sigma Beta Club members attend national conference

Special to the Chronicle Two Sigma Beta Club members, Nasir McDaniel-Moore and Tyrek Thompson, had the opportunity to attend the 2015 National Sigma Beta Club Leadership Conference of the National

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Amelia Boynton remembered as the ‘Rosa Parks’ of Selma movement

    Amelia Boynton remembered as the ‘Rosa Parks’  of Selma movement

Above: AP File Photo- Amelia Boynton, in wheelchair next to President Obama, at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Selma to Montgomery March. By George E. Curry, NNPA Editor-in-Chief WASHINGTON  – Amelia

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Gone Fishin’ Really

    Gone Fishin’ Really

By Judie Holcomb-Pack One of the most relaxing ways to spend a summer’s day is fishing. Whether you’re down at your favorite fishin’ hole, fly fishing in a mountain stream,

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Writer’s Corner

    Writer’s Corner

TOBACCO CURING TIME By Nancy M. Hall Sometime before I am fully awake, I am conscious of sounds of activity outside. The mules are pulling the slides along the sandy

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Local Music Radio Returns to the Winston-Salem Community

    Local Music Radio  Returns to the Winston-Salem Community

  WTOB 1380 Brings Back the Oldies Baby Boomers were Raised On By Rick Archer Today begins a series of

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Senior Citizens Caring for Other Seniors

    Senior Citizens Caring for  Other Seniors

  By Greg Brewer Paul is 92 years old and is slowed significantly by Alzheimer’s disease, but when his 74-year-old

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Atkins High athletics  fundraiser on tap for this Saturday

    Atkins High athletics  fundraiser on tap for this Saturday

The Camel 5k Fun Run and 1-Mile Walk is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 29. This annual event serves as a

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10 years later, Hurricane Katrina’s impact still devastating New Orleans’ black residents

    10 years later, Hurricane Katrina’s impact still  devastating New Orleans’ black residents

Above: A New Orleans family tries to make their way through floodwaters in the downtown area of the Crescent City

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Carver-Parkland set to renew fierce rivalry

    Carver-Parkland set to renew fierce rivalry

Above: Germane Crowell and Martin Samek Mustangs will host Yellow Jackets in arguably the best rivalry in the city By

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Blank Space Project takes over Kimberly Park garden

    Blank Space Project takes over Kimberly Park garden

Above: Students from Wake Forest University came out on Tuesday, Aug. 18 to help bring the Kimberly Park Community Garden back

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