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Commentary: Support ugly produce, which are just as good as their counterparts

    Commentary: Support ugly produce, which are just as good as their counterparts

Just because fruit or produce may look “ugly” doesn’t mean its not good.

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He’s giving the drug dealers and gang members an option

    He’s giving the drug dealers and gang members an option

Busta Brown shines a light on Alphonza Mabry, founder of the nonprofit Future First Monopoly Network.

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Golf tournament raises funds for local nonprofits

    Golf tournament raises funds for local nonprofits

The Winston-Salem Stealers Golf tournament was a resounding success last Saturday, Aug.19 at the Winston Lake Golf Course.

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WSPD: KKK did not apply for march permit in Winston-Salem

    WSPD: KKK did not apply for march permit in Winston-Salem

To this date the Winston-Salem Police Department has received no requests from or issued any permits to the KKK.

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Legislators protect statues over people

    Legislators protect statues over people

Even with all the controversy surrounding Confederate monuments, removing them in North Carolina is not easy.

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Editorial Cartoon: Eclipse

    Editorial Cartoon: Eclipse

Editorial Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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Local Sigma Beta Club, member win awards

    Local Sigma Beta Club, member win awards

Three local Sigma Beta Club members attended the 2017 National Sigma Beta Club Leadership Conference in Detroit, Michigan.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

This week’s letters to the editor.

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Commentary: Small business provides economic engine to local communities

    Commentary: Small business provides economic engine to local communities

Algenon Cash’s thoughts on the importance of small businesses to the economy.

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Commentary: It’s time to show ‘middle neighborhoods’ love

    Commentary: It’s time to show ‘middle neighborhoods’ love

What do countries, states and neighborhoods have in common? People. They all compete for people.

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