Editorial

Commentary: Don’t use the flag to cover up bad behavior

    Commentary: Don’t use the flag to cover up bad behavior

Colin Kaepernick started a controversy when he kneeled as the national anthem was being played. The former San Francisco 49’ers quarterback is at the forefront of a dilemma that is not going away any time soon.

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Commentary: Celebrate World Stroke Day by checking your blood pressure

    Commentary: Celebrate World Stroke Day by checking your blood pressure

Oct. 29 is World Stroke Day. Stroke is the fifth leading killer in the U.S. and is the fourth leading cause of death in Forsyth County.

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Commentary: Home-based businesses have tax breaks to consider

    Commentary: Home-based businesses have tax breaks to consider

By Algenon Cash Some weeks ago I wrote about the advantages of setting up a home-based business to pursue your entrepreneurial goals – no commute, you can dress however you

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GUEST EDITORIAL: Revise judge selection, with no politics

    GUEST EDITORIAL: Revise judge selection, with no politics

North Carolina’s system of selecting trial judges needs to be reformed, but not in the way some legislators want. The state has two parallel trial-court systems, Superior Court and District

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Letters to the Editorial

  Letters to the Editorial

N.C. NAACP applauds move by court in voting case To the Editor: N.C. NAACP stands for the right of all

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Editorial Cartoon: The Eraser

  Editorial Cartoon: The Eraser

Editorial Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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Commentary: Public schools must immediately create K-12 associate degree schools for all students

  Commentary: Public schools must immediately create K-12 associate degree schools for all students

By Henry J. Pankey Thousands of racially diverse early college students leave high school with an associate degree. These students

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Commentary: 5 tips to help North Carolinians save on health care costs

  Commentary: 5 tips to help North Carolinians save on health care costs

By Roger Rodriguez More than 6 million North Carolinians will soon select or switch their health benefits plan during open

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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

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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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