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    Letters to the Editor

Cash’s column attacking ethanol filled with Big Oil inaccuracies To the Editor: Oil industry spokesperson Algenon Cash’s recent op-ed attacking ethanol is filled with the standard inaccuracies used by Big

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Editorial Cartoon: Alabama Voting

    Editorial Cartoon: Alabama Voting

Editorial Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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A night you won’t forget

    A night you won’t forget

Busta’s Person of the Week, Garrett Davis, serves as a consultant for the Wake Forest University African-American Research Center on Alzheimer’s.

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Local church celebrates 26th anniversary with Grammy-nominated artist

    Local church celebrates 26th anniversary with Grammy-nominated artist

Praise Assembly Church Ministries (PACM) celebrated its 26th church anniversary with gospel recording artist Dominique Jones of Forever Jones gospel group during worship service on Sunday, Nov. 12.

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Commentary: Accepting the challenge to ensure future leadership

    Commentary: Accepting the challenge to ensure future leadership

The long history of African-American progress is inextricably linked to our access and attainment of a good education.

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Nurse-Family Partnership marks 5th anniversary

    Nurse-Family Partnership marks 5th anniversary

On Nov. 8, community members, nurses, and graduates of the Nurse-Family Partnership of Forsyth County gathered to celebrate the program’s fifth anniversary.

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Forsyth health official named new director in Orange County

    Forsyth health official named new director in Orange County

Quintana Stewart has been named Orange County’s new Health Director.

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Small, free book offers churches help for teens

    Small, free book offers churches help for teens

The Life Book Program is a great tool that will help churches work with teens and expand the Gospel of Christ during their missionary outreach.

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Spreading love in the community

    Spreading love in the community

Assistant treasurer of the Paisley High School National Alumni Association Carolyn Hampton, talks about some of the fantastic work the organization does in the communities.

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Commentary: Fats ‘The Fat Man’ Domino: musical genius

    Commentary: Fats ‘The Fat Man’ Domino: musical genius

An entertainment legend all the race can be proud of, Fats Domino was a musical genius and R&B and rock ‘n’ roll marvel that sold millions of records during his lifetime.

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