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New Americans

    New Americans

Old Salem hosts Fourth of July nationalization ceremony (pictured above:  The new citizens take their oath on July 4th.) Old Salem Museum and Gardens kicked off a day of Fourth of

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Student Poet Laureate crowned

    Student Poet Laureate crowned

(pictured above:  Winner Mariah Rowdy (center) with Nonnie C. Egbuna and Mary Kerr (right).) Mariah Rowdy, a junior at Reynolds High School, has won the 2014 Poet Laureate competition. “I am

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Accomplished Easton teacher retires

    Accomplished Easton teacher retires

After 36 years as an educator in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School System, Judith Whitmire-Bryant has left the classroom and the second grade students she taught for nearly four months at

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Selfless at Thanksgiving

    Selfless at Thanksgiving

Local group of volunteers on service trip to Ghana (pictured above: Travellers (front row, from left) Beth Frack, Bray Barto, Jozy Unal, Jordan Shegog, Cashlyn Lovell, (back row) Parker Lovell, Shannon

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Editorial: Common Core, White Power

    Editorial: Common Core, White Power

Parents have been advised to expect their kids to bring home lower End-of-Course (EOC) and End-of-Grade (EOG) scores when they

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Emmy goes to Bennett alumna

    Emmy goes to  Bennett alumna

“The Loving Story” took home the award for Outstanding Historical Programing (Long Form) at the 34th Annual News and Documentary

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‘Twin Poets’ use rhyme to change lives

    ‘Twin Poets’ use rhyme to change lives

Words have power. Twins Nnamdi Chukwuocha and Albert “Al” Mills have carved their lives – and their careers – out

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The Human Touch

    The Human Touch

New WFU program will focus on training people-friendly docs Wake Forest University’s Interdisciplinary Humanities Pathway to Medicine Program aims to

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Charter school students headed to Kenya

    Charter school students headed to Kenya

Carter G. Woodson School of Challenge students are headed to Kenya next week for a month-long excursion. It will be

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Bookmarks will attract popular writers

New York Times bestselling author Carl Weber will be among the headliners at this year’s Bookmarks Festival of Books. He

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