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Commentary- You Decide: Can urban and rural areas get along?

    Commentary- You Decide: Can urban  and rural areas get along?

By Mike Waldon My wife and I have one foot in rural regions and the other in big cities. We were both born and raised in small towns – I

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COMMENTARY: Brooks’ firing shows the NAACP is clueless

    COMMENTARY: Brooks’ firing shows the NAACP is clueless

By Raynard Jackson Once again the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) has proven why it is the Hillary Clinton of the Civil Rights Movement. The NAACP

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‘Fitness fan’ starts city bicycle race

    ‘Fitness fan’ starts city bicycle race

Winston-Salem City Council Member Denise “D.D.” Adams sounded the horn to kick off the Women’s Professional Criterium portion of the Winston-Salem Cycling Classic last Saturday, May 27, atBailey Park in

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First Waughtown celebrates College Day

    First Waughtown celebrates College Day

First Waughtown Baptist Church (FWBC) honored 15 during its annual College Day service.  They were 2017 high school and college graduates and graduation candidates. Two of the high school honorees

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Editorial: Here’s proof that minds can change

    Editorial: Here’s proof that minds can change

The U.S. Supreme Court, with its newest, conservative justice on the job, again gave a victory to North Carolinians who

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Editorial Cartoon: Pigs Fly!

    Editorial Cartoon: Pigs Fly!

Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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Commentary: Farmers in the county and N.C. grow great strawberries

    Commentary: Farmers in the county and N.C. grow great strawberries

By Lynne Mitchell Enjoy strawberries and boost your nutrition, as May is Strawberry Month.  Strawberries are heart-shaped, red, nutrient powerhouses packed

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Editorial: Building a pipeline of HBCU students to Washington, D.C.

    Editorial: Building a pipeline of HBCU students to Washington, D.C.

By Alma Adams Summer internships are one important way that students can explore passions they want to pursue as a

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Editorial: 5 key ways to unlock the door to financial freedom

    Editorial: 5 key ways to unlock the door to financial freedom

By Algenon Cash Editor’s Note: Algenon Cash is managing director of Wharton Gladden, a boutique investment banking firm he and

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Veganism and redistricting

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Veganism and redistricting

Concerned about your health? Go vegan To the Editor, A recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report shows that the overall

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