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Standing for Jesus

    Standing for Jesus

Devotional Reading: Acts 26: 1-18   Lesson Scripture: Acts 26: 19-32   Lesson Aims: To recognize the importance of sharing the Gospel; to depend on the power of the Holy

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Race Progress Promoters to be honored

    Race Progress Promoters  to be honored

The Effort Club of New Bethel Baptist Church, 1016 N. Trade St., will celebrate its 88th Anniversary and hold its 16th Annual Race Progress Promoters Program on Sunday, Nov. 11

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Seniors find new ‘Life’ at Mt. Zion center

    Seniors find new ‘Life’ at Mt. Zion center

Mt. Zion Senior Life Enrichment Center has been operating under the motto “Fun, Fun and More Fun” for more than 21 years. The goal of  the Center is to provide

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Without a Shadow of a Doubt

    Without a Shadow of a Doubt

Reagan’s bashing of Mount Tabor is clear validation that the Raiders are this year’s undisputed kings of junior varsity football in Forsyth County. In a game that most folks expected

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Lady Deacs win b-ball exhibition

Junior point guard Chelsea Douglas led five Demon Deacons in double-figures as the Wake Forest women’s basketball team rolled to

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West JV squad jelling nicely

    West JV squad jelling nicely

Coach Brian Bowman never doubted that West Forsyth’s junior varsity football team had talent. Still, there was a huge question

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State continues to verify eugenics victims

    State continues to verify eugenics victims

More victims of the state’s former Eugenics Board Program have come forward, including five in Forsyth County. According to the

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Salem hosting programs featuring legend Bill T. Jones

    Salem hosting  programs featuring legend Bill T. Jones

On Friday, Nov. 9 at 7:30 p.m., Salem College, the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company will perform “Between Us,”

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

Linda Coleman To the Editor: I am proud to stand beside Linda Coleman on the day the polls open and

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What you Talking ’bout Willard?

    What you Talking ’bout Willard?

Halfway through the second presidential debate, I remembered the show where Gary Coleman and Todd Bridges played Arnold and Willis

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