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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Letters to the Editor

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Editorial Cartoon: Wannabe

    Editorial Cartoon: Wannabe

Editorial cartoon by Ron Rogers

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‘Boss Lady’ plans seasonal events

    ‘Boss Lady’ plans seasonal events

Anita “Boss Lady” Dean-Arnette of 1340 AM WPOL “The Light” has announced that she
is getting ready for some annual events of the season.

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Youth chorus celebrates 25th year

    Youth chorus celebrates 25th year

The Winston-Salem Youth Chorus will be celebrating its 25th year of impacting youth through music at its Annual Winter Celebration Concert.

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Motorcycle club delivers 25 Thanksgiving boxes to local residents

    Motorcycle club delivers 25 Thanksgiving boxes to local residents

The Carolina Cruisers Motorcycle Club is fulfilling its annual project of delivering 25 Thanksgiving boxes to families that were listed

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Handel’s Messiah returns to the Symphony next month

    Handel’s Messiah returns to the Symphony next month

The Winston-Salem Symphony’s annual performances of Handel’s ‘Messiah’ will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 12 and Wednesday, Dec. 13. This

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Effort Club celebrates its 93rd anniversary and Race Progress Promoters Program

    Effort Club celebrates its 93rd anniversary and Race Progress Promoters Program

The Effort Club of New Bethel Baptist Church celebrated its 93rd Anniversary and 21st Annual Race Progress Promoters Program on Sunday, Nov. 12.

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Award-winning actor Robert Guillaume dies at 89

    Award-winning actor Robert Guillaume dies at 89

Family members, friends and fans are grieving the loss of television and stage icon Robert Guillaume.

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Fighting hunger in Winston-Salem

    Fighting hunger in Winston-Salem

On Tuesday, Nov. 21 volunteers at Union Baptist Church distributed boxes of groceries to feed those in need for Thanksgiving.

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Educators, students hold forum on institutional racism

    Educators, students hold forum on institutional racism

On Thursday, Nov. 16 nearly two dozen students, teachers, administrators and other members of the community came together to discuss

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