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Documentary sheds light on Kalvin Smith’s conviction

    Documentary sheds light on Kalvin Smith’s conviction

Entitled “Ordinary Injustice,” the film documents the mishandling of Smith’s case, who is serving a 29-year sentence for the brutal assault of Jill Marker at the Silk Plant Forest store in December of 1977 that left her with brain damage.

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Habitat for Humanity names new director

    Habitat for Humanity names new director

The board of directors of Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County announces the appointment of Michael Campbell as its new Executive Director/CEO, effective July 5. He succeeds Sylvia Oberle, who is retiring after leading the agency for the past 10 years.

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Eboo Patel to deliver 2016 commencement address at Wake Forest University

    Eboo Patel to deliver 2016 commencement address at Wake Forest University

Eboo Patel, a leading voice for interfaith cooperation and the founder and president of Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC), will deliver Wake Forest University’s commencement address on Monday, May 16.

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Dr. Anthony Atala selected as Forsyth Tech’s commencement speaker

    Dr. Anthony Atala selected as Forsyth Tech’s commencement speaker

Approximately 1,300 Forsyth Tech students will earn associate degrees, certificates and diplomas that signify completion of their programs of study during the 2016 commencement exercises, a five percent increase in the number of graduates compared to 2015.

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Representative Edward Hanes Jr. to be QEA’s 2016 commencement speaker

    Representative Edward Hanes Jr. to be QEA’s  2016 commencement speaker

House of Representative member Edward Hanes Jr. will be the keynote speaker at Quality Education Academy High School’s 2016 commencement ceremony, scheduled for 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 4.

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Editorial Cartoon: N.C. GOP changes leadership

Editorial Cartoon provided by in-house illustrator Ron Rogers

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Letters to the Editor: Dog tethering, South Ward race and Mr. Alumni

Urgent need to ban dog tethering To the Editor: The recent arrest of a Selma woman on cruelty to animals

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Commentary: McCrory can’t seem to tell the truth about HB 2

    Commentary: McCrory can’t seem to tell  the truth about HB 2

Another week, another round of falsehoods from Gov. Pat McCrory about HB2, the sweeping anti-LBGT law HB 2 he signed in March that is costing the state thousands of jobs and tens of millions of dollars in private investments and tourism revenue.

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Commentary: Happy Mother’s Day to my mom and to mothers everywhere

    Commentary: Happy Mother’s Day to my mom and to mothers everywhere

Celebrating Mother’s Day should be something that we do each day. [It will be on Sunday, May 8, this year.] My mother passed away many years ago now, yet I carry her spirit with me wherever I go.

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School board decides on final bond proposal

    School board decides on final bond proposal

The final budget proposal is set at $350 million and includes four replacement schools, two new middle schools, additions at four existing schools, a new pre-K center and adding entry-access controls at all middle schools in the county.

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