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2014 Lies of the Year

    2014 Lies of the Year

In photo: Lee A. Daniels By Lee A. Daniels NNPA Columnist There are critical similarities between the furious controversy in the fall about the Ebola crisis in the U.S. –

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Editorial: Midterm ’14

    Editorial: Midterm ’14

(pictured above: Sen. Kay Hagan casts her ballot on Oct. 24 during the early voting period in Guilford County.) Voters – 1, Prognosticators – 0. Early figures show that Midterm voter

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Few election night surprises

    Few election night surprises

(pictured above:  State Rep. Ed Hanes Jr., School Board member Elisabeth Motsinger and Tripp Jeffers (right) check election results at Foothills Brewery.) A win was not in the cards for

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor (Franco, Voting, , Bonds, Kazakos, Qualifications)

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor (Franco, Voting, , Bonds, Kazakos, Qualifications)

Valene Franco To The Editor: You, the citizens of Forsyth County, will determine which of our current candidates will serve our community.  I urge you to join me in casting

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’SU-Style

    ’SU-Style

Images from Winston-Salem State University’s 2014 Homecoming Parade on Saturday, Oct. 18 (pictured above: The WSSU band on the move. )

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A Festival of Gospel

    A Festival of Gospel

(pictured above: Praise Dancer Camari Jeter performs. ) The Chronicle’s annual Gospel Fest at the Dixie Classic Fair attracted a steady

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A&T is nation’s largest black college

    A&T is nation’s largest black college

Preliminary fall enrollment numbers indicate that North Carolina A&T State University has secured the largest enrollment of a historically black

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Their Day

    Their Day

WFU holds first LGBTQ graduation (pictured above:  J. Robby Gregg addresses attendees.) Wake Forest University held its first Lavender Graduation on

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Rams to compete before hometown crowd

    Rams to compete before hometown crowd

The Winston-Salem State Women’s Track & Field duo of sophomore sprinter Raven Covington and junior jumper Tajanel McNeil was selected

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Editorial: Bond Referendums & Skewed Voting

    Editorial: Bond Referendums & Skewed Voting

Bond Referendum We are pleased and surprised that talk of a bond referendum has not relegated the city’s more urban

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