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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Fansler for School Board To the Editor: Other than parents, the most important individual in a child’s life and development is an experienced, dedicated, and gifted teacher.  Sadly, we have lawmakers

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Editorial: Promote Marriage Rather Than Fight ‘Equality’

    Editorial: Promote Marriage Rather Than Fight ‘Equality’

Two interesting events regarding black marriage and family occurred during September. On Sept. 24, the Pew Research Center released a new report revealing that more young adults are opting not

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Editorial: Beat the Deadline, Know the Rules

    Editorial: Beat the Deadline, Know the Rules

There’s an important deadline coming up that too many North Carolinians don’t know about. Friday, Oct. 10 is the deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 4 midterm election.

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Editorial: New Chancellor

    Editorial: New Chancellor

A self-described “country boy” has been given the reins of Winston-Salem State University. Don’t mistake Dr. Elwood Robinson’s description as self-depreciating. He is proud of his simple roots and credits

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Roy Cooper To the Editor: As a candidate for Governor in 2016, I read with great interest your Editorial entitled

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Editorial: Cooper Does Not Deserve Our Vote

    Editorial: Cooper Does Not  Deserve Our Vote

(pictured above:  Kalvin Michael Smith’s dad, August Dark, hugs Darryl Hunt as Larry Little looks on from nearby.) It is

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Editorial: We Are 40

    Editorial: We Are 40

We Are 40 It was 40 years ago this month that The Chronicle made its debut. The year 1974 was

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

More vigilance needed to stop underage drinking To the Editor: Many people say that they discourage underage drinking, but does

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Editorial: ‘If They Are Black’

    Editorial: ‘If They Are Black’

The Reverend Dr. Darryl Aaron, our pastor at First Baptist Church, Highland Avenue, is black. He and his family live

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Editorial: Food, Glorious Food

    Editorial: Food, Glorious Food

Located in the middle of what urban planners and city officials consider a “food desert,” the Liberty Street Vendors Market

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