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Carver High wins first conference game of season

    Carver High wins first conference game of season

Carver High School varsity football team wins soundly with a 49-7 victory over Surry Central on Friday, Oct. 9. The win snapped a two-game losing streak for the Yellow Jackets

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Sports analyst Jalen Rose hosts first Champion Day fashion show

    Sports analyst Jalen Rose hosts first Champion Day fashion show

Former NBA player visits HanesBrands headquarters By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle On Friday, Oct. 9, retired professional basketball player-turned-sports-analyst Jalen Rose made a stop at the HanesBrands headquarters in Winston-Salem

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From Reynolds Wrap Test Kitchen to Triad Community Kitchen

    From Reynolds Wrap Test Kitchen to Triad Community Kitchen

By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle Betty Thompson Morton has spent more than 20 years working in kitchens across the county. Even with experiences as a cooking instructor, food coach,

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Providence Restaurant offers jobs and food to the Forsyth County community

    Providence Restaurant offers jobs and food to the Forsyth County community

By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle Providence Restaurant and Catering, a dream 10 years in the making, has opened its doors to the community offering breakfast, lunch and dinner selections

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Commentary: Voices of Our Sisters conference will recognize women beyond the month of October

    Commentary: Voices of Our Sisters conference will recognize women beyond the month of October

Summer has ended and we have entered a period of fall. Our energy will be refocused, allowing us to pause

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Commentary: Cutting off food assistance to the poor? Really??

    Commentary: Cutting off food  assistance to the poor? Really??

There have been a lot of cold and heartless acts committed by North Carolina political leaders in recent years that

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

To the Big 4 Alumni Association, thanks for your work To the Editor: Being the only living of the three honored Big

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Editorial: Conferences should lead attendees to work

    Editorial: Conferences should lead attendees to work

This past weekend was a busy time for several civil rights organizations. Two had their statewide conferences in Winston-Salem: the

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N.C. NAACP women blast Sen. Burr on his record

    N.C. NAACP women blast Sen. Burr on his record

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle Female members of NAACP chapters from across North Carolina expressed concerns about the legislative

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MSNBC political correspondent talks of post-racial issue

    MSNBC political correspondent talks  of post-racial issue

By Tori P. Haynesworth For The Chronicle The N.C. NAACP had its political action luncheon on Friday, Oct. 9 at

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