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Study: Nonprofit arts groups have huge economic impact

    Study: Nonprofit arts groups have huge economic impact

A milestone study led by Americans for the Arts and conducted by economists from the Georgia Institute of Technology shows that nonprofit arts and cultural organizations in Forsyth County are

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Editorial Cartoon: Lives matter?

    Editorial Cartoon: Lives matter?

Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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Lauren Bradshear takes ’17 Jabberwock crown

    Lauren Bradshear takes ’17 Jabberwock crown

On Saturday, May 20, the Winston-Salem Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority held the 2017 Jabberwock Scholarship event at Parkland High School in The Flonnie Anderson Auditorium.  Fifteen junior

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Commentary: We must renew our value for men and women in public service

    Commentary: We must renew our value for men and women in public service

By Algenon Cash On June 14, 2017, the country woke up to news of another mass shooting, a man used an  SKS rifle to open fire as several Republican members

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Commentary- Post Capitol Hill shooting: finding bipartisanship & success

    Commentary- Post Capitol Hill shooting: finding bipartisanship & success

By Philip Kahn-Pauli Yesterday’s [June 14] shooting outside of Washington, D.C., reminds us about the dangers inherent in bitter partisanship and

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Commentary: Disengaging with Cuba

    Commentary: Disengaging with Cuba

By Mel Gurtov President Obama’s engagement with Cuba was one of his administration’s success stories.  The policy shift was based on

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Commentary: Seniors facing many challenges on many levels

    Commentary: Seniors facing many challenges on many levels

By Dr. Althea Taylor-Jones The North Carolina Senior Tar Heel Legislature (NCSTHL) convened for the second session of 2017 in Chapel

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EXCLUSIVE: N.C. NAACP members make urgent personal, public appeal to Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II

    EXCLUSIVE: N.C. NAACP members make urgent personal, public appeal to Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II

Editor’s Note: The following is a personal and public appeal by members of the N.C. NAACP submitted June 20, asking

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Editorial: Celebrate nursing assistants

    Editorial: Celebrate nursing assistants

The public has heard of many days and weeks dedicated to various things. National Donut Day was touted recently, for

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Letters to the Editor: Debt and Mental Health

    Letters to the Editor: Debt and Mental Health

Local chapter of mental health group ready to assist To the Editor: Thank you for publishing the Guest Editorial “Talking about mental health

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