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Commentary: When forgiveness becomes a distraction

    Commentary: When forgiveness becomes a distraction

Commentary: When forgiveness becomes a distraction

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Local Black Panther Party celebrate 50 years

    Local Black Panther Party celebrate 50 years

The Winston-Salem Chapter of the Black Panther Party met as a kick off to their 50th year anniversary. The meeting was held at Other Suns in East Winston on Saturday, Oct. 12. The Winston-Salem Chapter of the Black Panther Party will celebrate its 50th Anniversary Monday, Oct. 21-26.

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Diggs-Latham Elementary receives donation of musical instruments

    Diggs-Latham Elementary receives donation of musical instruments

With budget cuts and teacher shortages, music and arts programs in Forsyth County schools lack the support needed for students. But music classes at Diggs-Latham Elementary School in Winston-Salem received the gift of music through a donation of more than 100 musical instruments and a check for $2,000 during an assembly on Sept. 27.

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Dr. Althea Taylor Jones receives Pioneer Award for contributions in the field of aging

    Dr. Althea Taylor Jones receives Pioneer Award for contributions in the field of aging

Dr. Althea Taylor Jones from Kernersville has received a 2019 Pioneer Award from the N.C. Coalition on Aging for her long-time contributions to the field of aging in North Carolina.

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Resurrection Day

    Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Resurrection Day

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Resurrection Day

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Guest Editorial: IN MEMORIAM: Groundbreaking actress Diahann Carroll dies at 84

    Guest Editorial: IN MEMORIAM: Groundbreaking actress Diahann Carroll dies at 84

Guest Editorial: IN MEMORIAM: Groundbreaking actress Diahann Carroll dies at 84

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Commentary: Local newspapers are suffering, but still produce the most significant journalism

    Commentary: Local newspapers are suffering, but still produce the most significant journalism

Commentary: Local newspapers are suffering, but still produce the most significant journalism

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Commentary: Senate education chair blocks bipartisan bill to extend HBCU funding

    Commentary: Senate education chair blocks bipartisan bill to extend HBCU funding

Commentary: Senate education chair blocks bipartisan bill to extend HBCU funding

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Commentary: The Winston-Salem Foundation: Our next century of service

    Commentary: The Winston-Salem Foundation: Our next century of service

Commentary: The Winston-Salem Foundation: Our next century of service

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Commentary: University of Kansas won’t invite Snoop Dogg back anytime soon

    Commentary: University of Kansas won’t invite Snoop Dogg back anytime soon

Commentary: University of Kansas won’t invite Snoop Dogg back anytime soon

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