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Free prevention program for diabetes promotes longterm support you need

    Free prevention program for diabetes promotes longterm support you need

Lynne Mitchell Guest Columnist Did you know that losing a modest amount of weight can greatly reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes?  If you have been diagnosed with

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Editorial: A new governor for N.C.: Now what?

    Editorial: A new governor for N.C.: Now what?

Democrat Roy Cooper took his oath of office just after midnight Sunday, Jan. 1, in an unusual move. But 2017 promises to be a different kind of year. His move

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Red H.E.A.R.R.T. says thanks and cheers on 2017

    Red H.E.A.R.R.T. says thanks and cheers on 2017

Cheryl Lindsay Guest Columnist Happy New Year!!Thanks to you we had an incredible year of Heart Awareness and Prevention in 2016 and we are excited about 2017! We can’t move

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Man’s rules versus God’s rules

    Man’s rules versus God’s rules

Nathan Tabor Guest Columnist In society, we have many rules. Most of these rules are made up by man. Now these rules can cover everything from the mundane to the

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U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison named Keynote Speaker at 2017 Chronicle MLK Day Breakfast Forum

    U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison named Keynote Speaker at 2017 Chronicle MLK Day Breakfast Forum

Front runner for Democratic National Committee chairperson, U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Dr.

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Tournament uses procedure to choose team and MVP

    Tournament uses procedure to choose team and MVP

CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT During the 2016 Lash/Chronicle tournament there was magnificent play from a number of players from several teams.

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The 2016 Lash/Chronicle All Tournament Team

    The 2016 Lash/Chronicle All Tournament Team

Photo by Timothy Ramsey Members of the 2016 Lash/Chronicle All Tournament Team are (from left to right) Tobias Johnson (Reynolds),

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Where to recycle your Christmas tree

    Where to recycle your Christmas tree

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE  The city will collect Christmas trees and put them to good use as mulch for its

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Editorial: Ministers’ Conference shows unity amid diversity

    Editorial: Ministers’ Conference shows unity amid diversity

While political activities this year exposed divisions within American society, one organization in Winston-Salem has forged ahead. Its diversity has

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Editorial: Watch out for 2017

    Editorial: Watch out for 2017

2016 was a dynamic year, with so much happening in various aspects of American history. The democratic process produced the

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