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W-S native reaches goals in track and field

Richard Vinson, a 2018 graduate of SE Missouri State University, was born in Winston-Salem.  Recently he competed in the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships in the javelin.

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Founders of Alpha Kappa Alpha honored with historic marker

    Founders of Alpha Kappa Alpha honored with historic marker

HERTFORD, N.C. — Lillie Essie Burke and Beulah Elizabeth Burke, two of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.’s original nine founders, were commemorated with a historic marker in Hertford, N.C.,

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Welcome to the Poor People’s Campaign

    Welcome to the Poor People’s Campaign

By Anita Simha, Ana Blackburn, Lovè Lemon and Joyce Johnson As daily news of scandal and corruption comes to light, an underlying message emerges: Our nation is in dire need

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Who will take on Virginia Foxx?

    Who will take on Virginia Foxx?

Denise “DD” Adams and Jenny Marshall debated in front of a standing room only crowd of fellow Democrats at the Central Library last week over which one of them should

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Walkertown Wolfpack no longer a doormat

  Walkertown Wolfpack no longer a doormat

Walkertown High School has been opened since the spring of 2012.  They have not ever been known for their success

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Editorial Cartoon: MLK as a Salesmean

Editorial cartoon by Ron Rogers

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Anniversary celebration

  Anniversary celebration

The Forsyth County Deacon Union Ministry celebrated its 76th Anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 21, at Red Bank Baptist Church.

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Baptist World Alliance leader visits Winston-Salem church

  Baptist World Alliance leader visits Winston-Salem church

The Rev. Dr. Ngwedla Paul Msiza, a native of South Africa, and president of the Baptist World Alliance was the guest at Emmanuel Baptist Church last week.

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Will Republicans continue to delay redrawing voting maps?

  Will Republicans continue to delay redrawing voting maps?

When the U.S. Supreme Court last week failed to affirm a lower court’s order that the Republican-led N.C. General Assembly

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Former LHA director speaks to The Chronicle

  Former LHA director speaks to The Chronicle

Terrance Gerald of Kernersville dropped from lawsuit BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE On Tuesday of this week, Terrance Gerald’s

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