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Memories of Meharry

    Memories of Meharry

Local retired health professionals fondly recall black med school Photos by Todd Luck.  Moderator Linda Dark stands as panelist Dr. Harvey Allen Sr. speaks. Beside him is Treva Oglesby. Seated

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Volunteer dentists give hundreds something to smile about

    Volunteer dentists give hundreds something to smile about

(pictured above:  Volunteers treat hundreds of patients.) Hundreds of people braved the cold and endured an hourslong wait to have their dental needs met free of charge. North Carolina Missions

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Immigration, The Christian Way

    Immigration, The Christian Way

N.C. Council of Churches pushing for reform (pictured above: Mauricio Castro speaks.) The tumultuous immigration debate has led some to ponder “What Would Jesus Do?” Rev. David Guthrie says the

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Local NAACP election postponed amid concerns

    Local NAACP election postponed amid concerns

Elections that will determine the leaders of the Winston-Salem Branch of the NAACP have been postponed until state NAACP can be on hand to monitor the process. Elections were slated

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WSSU panel tackles Ebola

  WSSU panel tackles Ebola

Ebola was the topic on Tuesday, Nov. 11 during an international relations class at Winston-Salem State University. A panel discussed

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Campus cops hear students’ grievances

  Campus cops hear students’ grievances

(pictured above:  Chizoba Ukairo, seated beside fellow WFU student William Ray III, speaks.) Communication, transparency and trust are the building blocks for

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HBCU alumni honored

  HBCU alumni honored

(pictured above:  Cheryl Harry presents a medallion to honoree Fisk President H. James Williams.) A local company that sells a

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Several honored at heart walk

  Several honored at heart walk

(pictured above:  The walkers begin their trek through Tanglewood Park.) By Wednesday, Nov. 19, the American Heart Association hopes to

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Spaulding already stumping for ’16

  Spaulding already stumping for ’16

(pictured above:  Ken Spaulding speaks in Winston-Salem last week.) North Carolinians won’t decide if they want to keep the governor

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Disabled man losing water as city, landlord squabble

  Disabled man losing water as city, landlord squabble

(pictured above:  Randall Lindsay stands outside of his New Hope Manor apartment.) A 54-year-old disabled man unable to pay his

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