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Editorial: City Shouldn’t be Nanny and Thom Tillis

    Editorial: City Shouldn’t be Nanny and Thom Tillis

City Shouldn’t be Nanny Later this month, the city will begin hosting a series of Friday evening activities at the Dixie Classic Fairgrounds designed to keep teenagers from becoming desultory

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Malloy/Jordan Friends reestablished

    Malloy/Jordan Friends reestablished

(pictured above:  The Friends of the Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center pose in front of the library. They are (front, from left) Kim Bell, Linda Grier, Rev. Andrea Walker, Katherine F.

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Editorial: 60 Years After Brown

    Editorial: 60 Years After Brown

Because I was a horribly ill-behaved child, I found myself shipped from San Francisco to Moss Point, Miss. in August 1969.  My mother’s plan was that I’d spend my junior

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Time for Universal Development

    Time for Universal Development

To the Editor: “Tackling crime, Punishment” on March 20, 2014 was a great article. Why? Because what I saw from a distance (I’m incarcerated) was and possibly is the beginning

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Self-taught genealogist enjoys the chase

    Self-taught genealogist enjoys the chase

(pictured above:  James Gist poses with some of his research.) City native James Gist is an addict. His vice? Genealogy. “It’s

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Editorial: Letter to the Editor

    Editorial: Letter to the Editor

Citizenship demands participation To the Editor: Citizenship carries both duties and responsibilities that require active participation. One of those responsibilities

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Editorial: Racist Suspensions?

    Editorial: Racist Suspensions?

We are disheartened by last week’s U.S. Department of Education report that shows our kids – black boys and girls

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Hispanic hopefuls in the running

    Hispanic hopefuls in the running

Dominican Republic native German Garcia is aiming to become the first Hispanic American to serve on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board

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‘Hoodie’ service remembers Trayvon

    ‘Hoodie’ service remembers Trayvon

(pictured above: Attendees and participants march around the church’s parking lot Sunday.) Ministers and congregants alike donned hooded sweatshirts Sunday afternoon

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Editorial: School Board abandons public schools

    Editorial: School Board abandons public schools

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education won’t be among the scores of North Carolina school boards adding their names to

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