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Editorial: New Life and Asleep Voters

    Editorial: New Life and Asleep Voters

New Life The repurposing of the Winston Mutual Building is the sort of public/private partnership that can help East Winston evolve. The black community had its own little skyscraper after

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Editorial: Common Core and Common Sense

    Editorial: Common Core and Common Sense

I am certain that this discussion, regarding the impending implementation of the Common Core Standards in our public schools, will put a bee in the bonnets of the less initiated.

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Editorial: Nation of Immigrants

    Editorial: Nation of Immigrants

(pictured above:  New citizens take part in the local naturalization ceremony on July 4.) Old Salem’s Independence Day naturalization ceremony was one of many that took place last Friday, on

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Editorial: Ikea Gets It

    Editorial: Ikea Gets It

President Obama would like the national minimum wage to rise to $10.10 an hour.  By executive order, he raised the minimum wage for federal contractors. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH)

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Editorial: Moral Victory in Sight

    Editorial: Moral Victory in Sight

(pictured above:  Dr. Rev. William Barber) Hats off to the N.C. NAACP! The Tar Heel branch of the venerable civil

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Editorial: This Ain’t Justice

    Editorial: This Ain’t Justice

A lot of people are upset this week with the Forsyth County District Attorney’s Office’s decision to give the white

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Editorial: Deals with Devils?

    Editorial: Deals with Devils?

When the Koch Foundation gave the United Negro College Fund $25 million, it set off a maelstrom of comments in

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Editorial: Origins of Freedom

    Editorial: Origins of Freedom

Independence and Freedom. What’s the difference? Simple – because you are independent, are you free? Are you free to command your

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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

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Remembering Angelou

    Remembering Angelou

Many people will remember Maya Angelou for her phenomenal career.  She was a true renaissance woman – an author, teacher,  dancer, performer,  radio

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