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Editorial: Letters to the Editor (Elected Officials Thank You)

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor (Elected Officials Thank You)

Thank-yous To the Editor: I want to take this opportunity to thank all of the citizens in Forsyth County who voted for me in the May primary and the General

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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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Editorial: Letters to the Editor (democracy, voting, & experience)

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor (democracy, voting, & experience)

No Excuses To the Editor: A participatory democracy demands active participation from its citizens. Voting is the primary means that we have to make our country “a more perfect union.”

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Former teacher says WS/FCS failed him

    Former teacher says WS/FCS failed him

Sexual improperity charges dismissed by judge (pictured above: Samuel E. McClain) A former Carver High School teacher pulled from the classroom because of allegations of sexual misconduct says he is

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Fansler for School Board To the Editor: Katherine Fansler for School Board At-Large – many people who have met her already

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BLSA scholarships and honors presented

    BLSA scholarships and honors presented

More than 180 people attended the Wake Forest University Black Law Students Association 29th Annual Scholarship Banquet on Feb. 28

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Black Chamber’s second wind

    Black Chamber’s second wind

(pictured above: Montinique Cager poses with his wife, Pam at the recent mixer.) After a season of inactivity, The Winston-Salem Black

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Letter to the Editor: I want to continue to make a difference

    Letter to the Editor: I want to continue to make a difference

This year marks my 12th year as a District Court Judge and my fourth election cycle. Since my election in

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Kwanzaa events start Thursday evening

Following the hustle and bustle of Christmas, residents from across the community will come together this week, during the Winston-Salem

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Ready to Run

    Ready to Run

Judge Ola Lewis has announced her intentions to run for the N.C. Supreme Court next year. A resident of Boiling

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