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Rountree promotes officers

Police Chief Barry D. Rountree of the Winston-Salem Police Department has promoted 17 police officers. Captain Bryan Blakley was promoted to the highest rank. He will become an assistant chief,

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M&F top honors go to Marsh and Patterson

    M&F top honors go to Marsh and Patterson

Mechanic & Farmers Bank has awarded its 2013 Founders Awards to William A. “Billy” Marsh Jr., a renowned civil rights attorney, and Vivian R. Patterson, a 48-year veteran of M&F

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Upward Bound reunion in works

    Upward Bound reunion in works

Students who attended the Upward Bound Program on the campus of Winston-Salem State University during the years 1975 through 1998 are invited to attend the next planning meeting for an

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Graphics firm celebrating anniversary

    Graphics firm  celebrating anniversary

Lin Taylor Graphic Design is celebrating 25 years in business this year. Owner Lin Taylor Johnson and her employees are

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Area EMT wins Burwell Award

    Area EMT wins  Burwell Award

The 2013 Annual John Burwell Excellence in EMS Award was presented to Brian Edward Booe, a Stokes County EMT-P, on

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Teachers picked for LOC program

    Teachers picked for LOC program

Emily Cagle, a teacher at Meadowlark Elementary School, and Crystal Heyland, a teacher at Walnut Cove’s London Elementary School, have

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Walkertown gets principal

    Walkertown gets principal

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education unanimously chose Trina Bethea last week to be the next principal of Walkertown Elementary

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Jordan serves as Senate page

    Jordan serves as Senate page

Timothy Melvin Jordan Jr. recently served as a North Carolina Senate page. He was sponsored by Sen. Peter Brunstetter (R-Forsyth).

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National award for ABES teacher

    National award for ABES teacher

Rebecca Koza, a science teacher at The Arts Based School, has been awarded the National Science Teachers Association’s Maitland P.

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