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Commentary: Important Medicaid news you might have missed

    Commentary: Important Medicaid news you might have missed

James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist Would anyone disagree that we are living in some troubling times in the United States of America? Issues of social justice erupt almost on

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Important Medicaid news you might have missed

    Important Medicaid news you might have missed

Chris Fitzsimon Guest Columnist You probably missed the news that the members of the overwhelmingly Republican state Senate finally came to their senses Monday and voted to expand Medicaid under

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Commentary: Student success key to social, economic mobility

    Commentary: Student success key to social, economic mobility

Elwood Robinson Guest Columnist Not all college rankings are created equal. Many national rankings reward universities for their selectivity or focus on metrics like reputation, recognizing universities that spend more

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Letters to the editor: Volunteering and Koch brothers

    Letters to the editor: Volunteering and Koch brothers

Volunteering deepens my walk with Jesus To the Editor: At a recent board of directors’ retreat, Chaplain Rodney Stilwell asked me to speak at Forsyth Jail & Prison Ministries. I

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Success takes investment of time and $

    Success takes investment of time and $

The season has changed to spring. Spring prompts thoughts of the end of school, graduation and enrolling into college. For

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Arts Council awards 12 Mini-Grants

    Arts Council awards 12 Mini-Grants

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has made 12 grants in its third round

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Cooking competition adds spice to event

    Cooking competition adds spice to event

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Enterprise Conference and Banquet Center, at 1922 South Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, will host

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Editorial Cartoon: HB2

    Editorial Cartoon: HB2
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Judge gives the 411 to Main Street Academy

    Judge gives the 411 to Main Street Academy

Forsyth County District Court Judge Denise Hartsfield recently visited Main Street Academy to inform students about the criminal justice system

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Mount Olive pastor to mark 38 years, church to mark 108

    Mount Olive pastor to mark 38 years, church to mark 108

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Mount Olive Baptist Church will celebrate the Rev. Dr. Charles E. Gray’s 38th Pastoral Anniversary and

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