Editorial

Guest Editorial: Superintendent, N.C. board battle should end

    Guest Editorial: Superintendent, N.C. board battle should end

It’s true that Mark Johnson, elected as state superintendent of Public Instruction last year (after serving two years on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools board), won the office fair and square.

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Salem responds to student demands; students remain vigilant

    Salem responds to student demands; students remain vigilant

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  Following a weeklong protest on the campus of Salem College, administrators at the country’s oldest continuously operating education institution for girls and women responded to

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Commentary: Mad bombers are just so 20th century

    Commentary: Mad bombers are just so 20th century

BCNN.Com Tom Hastings Guest Columnist Bombing is dumb. The Age of Destruction is a foolish logic. Mother Nature is offended and is showing us that annoyance – and this will

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Commentary: N.C. making progress toward victims’ rights

    Commentary: N.C. making progress toward victims’ rights

Robert F. Orr Guest Columnist N.C. making progress toward victims’ rights. For the first time in 20 years, North Carolina has taken an important step to strengthen victims’ rights on

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Commentary: Buyouts bring opportunities for philanthropic legacies

  Commentary: Buyouts bring opportunities for philanthropic legacies

Gene Hoots Guest Columnist With the impending purchase of Reynolds American by British American Tobacco, there are many in Winston-Salem

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Political Cartoon: Bad Idea?

  Political Cartoon: Bad Idea?
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Letters to the Editor: Welcoming City and Citizens United

  Letters to the Editor: Welcoming City and Citizens United

A welcoming city is not welcome to Republicans To the Editor: The March 30 article in a local paper (“Krawiec:

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Editorial: Kalvin Smith now is fighting on two fronts

  Editorial: Kalvin Smith now is fighting on two fronts

File Photo We’ve all either had or heard about people having those “I can’t believe it!” moments. A soldier serves

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Commentary: A ray of hope in needed child welfare reform

  Commentary: A ray of hope in needed child welfare reform

The child welfare system is a last resort for children who are at risk of serious injury, trauma, or even

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Commentary: Reduce foreign competition to boost North Carolina wages

  Commentary: Reduce foreign competition to boost North Carolina wages

Bill Kniegge Guest Columnist For black North Carolinians, the Great Recession never ended. From 2009 to 2014, black residents’ incomes

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