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Commentary: Why would White House propose $9.2 billion cut in education funding?

    Commentary: Why would White House propose $9.2 billion cut in education funding?

By Charlene Crowell  No one ever said that higher education wouldn’t cost money. Across the country, tuition is steadily rising and students are taking longer to pay off their student loans.

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Commentary: Tasty ways to prepare summer vegetables

    Commentary: Tasty ways to prepare summer vegetables

By Lynne M. Mitchell  Summer is a great time to grill outdoors and eat salads.   Summer is also peak season for many tasty locally grown vegetables.  According to the U.S.

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Editorial: Let’s hope the Urban League’s optimism is contagious

    Editorial: Let’s hope the Urban League’s optimism is contagious

Despite economic challenges, the Winston-Salem Urban League continues to serve the community.

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Commentary: Protectionist trade measures will reduce competitiveness

    Commentary: Protectionist trade measures will reduce competitiveness

Algenon Cash gives the 411 on free trade and protectionism.

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ACEY Group recognizes CNAs

    ACEY Group recognizes CNAs

Certified nursing assistants (CNAs) don’t get the recognition of other health professionals, such as nurses and doctors. But they provide

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Editorial: Storied history of cooperation should inspire

    Editorial: Storied history  of cooperation should inspire

Juneteenth is held on or around June 19, when Union forces arrived in Galveston, Texas, with news of the end

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Cemetery effort identities names on headstones 

    Cemetery effort identities names on headstones 

Those who clear and clean up Happy Hill Cemetery are still looking for volunteers, especially those with loved ones who

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Letters to the Editor: General Assembly and Police Acquittal

    Letters to the Editor: General Assembly and Police Acquittal

General Assembly is doing less for more N. Carolinians To the Editor: The final budget that state lawmakers will vote on in

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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

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Editorial Cartoon: Lives matter?

    Editorial Cartoon: Lives matter?

Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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