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Ephesus Junior Academy receives grant

    Ephesus Junior Academy receives grant

The Ephesus Junior Academy in Winston-Salem was recently awarded an $18,000 SMART grant from the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Southern Union. The funds will be used to accelerate the progress of

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Bogues scores with winning message

    Bogues scores with  winning message

Davidson County Community College in Thomasville recently hosted former NBA star Muggsy Bogues as part of its Campus Speaker Series. Bogues’ theme, “Succeed on Your Own Terms,” was designed to

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That Can-Do Spirit

    That Can-Do Spirit

Winning only part of the goal for Lowrance team For about an hour on March 22, special needs students at Lowrance Middle School were basketball stars. Cheerleaders cheered them on

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Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree: Nathaniel Barber

    Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree:  Nathaniel Barber

Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree Give Nathaniel Barber a committed faculty and students eager to excel, and he will produce glowing results. Before his retirement last year, he had logged nearly

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Mature drivers (50+) invited to take advantage of safety assessment at no cost.

    Mature drivers (50+) invited to take advantage of safety assessment at no cost.

To assist older drivers with making safety a personal priority, Forsyth AARP Chapter # 1797, in partnership with the Gerontology

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Carver class holding reunion 50 years later

    Carver class holding  reunion 50 years later

The Carver High School Class of 1963 is excitedly planning its 50th anniversary reunion. In June, members of the class

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Law students celebrate advances

    Law students celebrate advances

The Wake Forest University Black Law Students Association (BLSA) hosted its 28th Annual Scholarship Banquet last week, giving students, faculty

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Morrison’s latest selected for incoming UNC freshmen

    Morrison’s latest selected for incoming  UNC freshmen

“Home,” the latest novel by Nobel laureate and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Toni Morrison, will be the 2013 summer reading book

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