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Juneteenth luncheon shows link between St. Philips and WSSU

    Juneteenth luncheon shows link between St. Philips and WSSU

This year’s Juneteenth luncheon featured a deep history lesson on St. Philips Moravian Church in Old Salem and Winston-Salem State University (WSSU). During the event, several members of the congregation

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Basketball league turns out to be better

    Basketball league turns out to be better

The Adult basketball league being played at the W.R. Anderson Community Center has panned out to be just as good if not better than first imagined.  There has been high

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Community center honors fathers

    Community center honors fathers

The staff at the Carl H. Russell Sr. Community Center honored the father’s in the community on Saturday, June 3, when they held their 15th annual “Honor your Father” program.

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Commentary: Why is fighting accepted in some sports?

Fighting in sports such as hockey or baseball seem to be “part of the game” in the minds of many players and fans.  But for sports like football and basketball,

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Flag football league has been a big success

  Flag football league has been a big success

With concussions being a big topic of interest in football, many parents are turning to alternative sports for their children

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8 individuals and one team headed for Clarence E. ‘Big House’ Gaines Hall of Fame

  8 individuals and one team headed for Clarence E. ‘Big House’ Gaines  Hall of Fame

The Winston-Salem State University Athletic Hall of Fame Committee has announced the 2017 inductees into the Clarence E. “Big House”

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Atkins High team finishes second in State Championships

  Atkins High team finishes  second in State Championships

The Camels of Atkins High School are known more for their accomplishments inside the classroom rather than their athletic achievements. 

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Reynolds senior headed to Georgia college

  Reynolds senior headed to Georgia college

Chrisalyn Boston began her high school career playing for the Phoenix of Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy.  After winning the state championship

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Dance program looks to expand its reach

  Dance program looks to expand its reach

Dance has been a part of Darryl Gordon’s life since he was 7 years old, but he wasn’t doing the

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Adult basketball league gets off to a good start

  Adult basketball league gets off to a good start

The 18 and over basketball league at the W.R. Anderson Community Center in conjunction with the Josh Howard Foundation had

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