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Teacher’s book helps children understand cancer

    Teacher’s book helps children understand cancer

(pictured above:  Jen-Ai Childress reads from her debut book.) Cook Elementary School teacher Jen-Ai Childress has penned her first children’s book. It’s about the very difficult subject of breast cancer.

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Centenarian Status

    Centenarian Status

Macie Sibert was born at the start of WWI (pictured above:  Tom Jones praises his aunt Macie Sibert (seated, center). Also pictured are Priscilla Parker and Rev. Timothy Fogle.) Pretty

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Convention brings dozens of Liberians to Winston

    Convention brings dozens of Liberians to Winston

(pictured above:  David K. Flomo with Selena Polson-Mappy and Christian Kolleh.) Winston-Salem resident David K. Flomo was elected last weekend as president of the United Bong County Association in the

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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 fun. You have to play detective sometimes, but that’s okay,”

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Brooks looks to further ascend on the track

    Brooks looks to further ascend on the track

In her second year of high school track, Isis Brooks of East Forsyth has firmly established herself as an up-and-coming

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The Benevolent Ball

    The Benevolent Ball

Sweet Hearts dance the night away for a good cause (pictured above:  Charles Walters and Marian McGainey dressed to the nines

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Jealous decries nation’s culture of incarceration

    Jealous decries nation’s culture of incarceration

(pictured above: Ben Jealous delivers his address.) Like a plane that is rapidly losing altitude, America will fall if her people

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For-profit colleges targeted

    For-profit colleges targeted

As higher education costs continue to increase faster than most consumers’ income, college loan debt has now topped $1.2 trillion.

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Many states moving away from prosecuting teens as adults

    Many states moving away from prosecuting teens as adults

The Campaign for Youth Justice (CFYJ),  a national advocacy organization dedicated to ending the practice of trying, sentencing and incarcerating

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Historian pens book about church founder

    Historian pens book about church founder

A former Winston-Salem State University history professor has penned a book about one of the most controversial religious figures of

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