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Those with special need find place to gain skills

    Those with special need find place to gain skills

W.R. Anderson Community Center has partnered with two local organizations to host a volleyball league for disabled adults.

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Youth football team celebrates annual homecoming

    Youth football team celebrates annual homecoming

The Winston-Salem Indians celebrated their homecoming on Saturday, Sept. 9.

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East Forsyth stays undefeated with win over Carver

    East Forsyth stays undefeated with win over Carver

Although it’s still early in the season, the East Forsyth Eagles seem to be the class of the county.

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Walkertown falls to 0-3

    Walkertown falls to 0-3

East Wilkes defeated the Wolfpack by the score of 38-6 last Thursday night.

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Playoff run ends for local semi-pro team

  Playoff run ends for local semi-pro team

After four straight wins to end the season, the Winston-Salem Jaguars found themselves one game away from the championship game this weekend.

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WSSU has hired James Daniels as a coach

  WSSU has hired James Daniels as a coach

Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) has hired James Daniels as its new cross-country and track & field coach.

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Historic marker for 14th Street School to be unveiled

  Historic marker for 14th Street School to be unveiled

A local historic marker commemorating the 14th Street School will be unveiled at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16, at 1215 N. Cameron Ave.

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Season predictions for the NFL

  Season predictions for the NFL

Sports writer Timothy Ramsey’s predictions for the new NFL season.

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His race has just begun

  His race has just begun

Matt Murphy IV began racing dragsters at the age of 6 under the tutelage of his grandfather, Clarence “Mr. C” Millner.

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Mt. Tabor bounces back

  Mt. Tabor bounces back

Two weeks ago Mt. Tabor took a drubbing 42-13 at the hands of East Forsyth. Spartan head coach Mike Lovelace said he knew his young players would respond well in their next game. His team did just that as they defeated West Forsyth by the score of 13-0.

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