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Commentary: ‘Divide and conquer’ has been around a long time

    Commentary: ‘Divide and conquer’ has been around a long time

‘Divide and conquer’ has been around a long time

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Residential construction at 10-year high

    Residential construction at 10-year high

Residential construction in Forsyth County set a 10-year quarterly high with $125 million in permit value.

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Wallace to drive for Petty in 2018

    Wallace to drive for Petty in 2018

Darrell Wallace Jr. will become the first black full-time driver at NASCAR’s top level since 1971.

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Trump or Treat?

    Trump or Treat?

Protesters with Indivisible Forsyth held a “Nightmare on Pennsylvania Avenue” protest on Fourth Street downtown on Friday, Oct. 27.

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Commentary: E15 Mandate is more harmful than it appears

    Commentary: E15 Mandate is more harmful than it appears

The Pew Research Center recently reported an alarming statistic: “the median wealth of non-Hispanic black households fell 33.7%, from $16,600 in 2010 to $11,000 in 2013”.

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Baptist World Alliance leader visits Winston-Salem church

    Baptist World Alliance leader visits Winston-Salem church

The Rev. Dr. Ngwedla Paul Msiza, a native of South Africa, and president of the Baptist World Alliance was the guest at Emmanuel Baptist Church last week.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Letters to the Editor

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GUEST EDITORIAL: Hypocrisy rules in new law primaries

    GUEST EDITORIAL: Hypocrisy rules in new law primaries

Hypocrisy rules in new law primaries.

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School and classroom management strategies are explored

    School and classroom management strategies are explored

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ Title I Department and the Beta Lambda Chapter of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa Inc. sponsored “School Management Strategies and Techniques”.

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WS/FCS Title I Department meets with N.C. Principal of the year

    WS/FCS Title I Department meets with N.C. Principal of the year

The 2017 North Carolina Principal of the Year Jason Griffin shares ideas and techniques with local educators.

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