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Golf Briefs

    Golf Briefs

ESR plans golf tournament fundraiser Winston-Salem- Experiment in Self-Reliance will hold its fourth annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser on Friday, Oct. 20, beginning at 9 a.m. at Winston Lake Golf Course. 

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WSSU Homecoming 2017 starts Sunday

    WSSU Homecoming 2017 starts Sunday

Concerts, reunions, step shows, coronations, parades and the big game are all part of the many offerings for Winston-Salem State University’s 2017 Homecoming Celebration, Oct. 22-28. With WSSU celebrating its

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Commentary: Blood sugar and coconut oil

    Commentary: Blood sugar and coconut oil

By Elisha Covington Coconut oil is wonderful and it is a staple in my household. For years, coconut oil has been erroneously associated as being bad for your health because

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A Big 4 celebration

    A Big 4 celebration

The Big 4 Alumni Association of Forsyth County held its annual celebration Oct. 11-14. On Friday, Oct. 13, the Big 4 Teacher’s Appreciation Luncheon paid tribute to the educators who

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Kiki Sheard headlines gospel concert for Livingstone College homecoming

    Kiki Sheard headlines gospel concert for Livingstone College homecoming

SALISBURY — Livingstone College will burst at its seams next week as students and alumni converge on the campus for

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‘I’m still standing’

    ‘I’m still standing’

That’s a familiar phrase in the Black Church. This phrase came up at the Gospel Fest on Sunday, Oct. 8,

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Group backs job listing site for supporting civil rights To the Editor: Without access to employment, people with criminal records

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Mary Neely Grissom has one of the best-kept secrets, and she’s sharing it

    Mary Neely Grissom has one of the best-kept secrets, and she’s sharing it

By Busta Brown The Chronicle “If he could spend his money and time to build that building, people should know

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Commentary: Lawmakers construct barriers to economic development with minimum wage bills

    Commentary: Lawmakers construct barriers to economic development with minimum wage bills

By Algenon Cash, Guest Columnist  Lawmakers have recently caught my attention with bills to increase the minimum wage to $15

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Editorial Cartoon: The Great Pumpkin

    Editorial Cartoon: The Great Pumpkin

Editorial Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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