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Carver team designs robots for competition

For the third consecutive year, a Carver High School team took part in the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC), a premier engineering challenge for high school students from across the nation.

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High jumper attracting attention

    High jumper attracting  attention

Glenn High School’s Daryl Napper has earned bragging rights as the dominant jumps specialist on the Forsyth County track and field scene. Napper, a junior, pulled off a rare sweep

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Sustaining Hope

    Sustaining Hope

Devotional Reading: Titus 3:1-7 Lesson Scripture: II Thessalonians 2:1-3, 9-17 Aims: To recognize the importance of discipline and diligence; follow Paul’s standard for measuring truth; and depend on the guidance

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Principals Ash and Hairston receive new assignments

    Principals Ash and Hairston receive new assignments

Former Ashley IB Elementary School Principal Robert Ash is now leading Speas Elementary School and will soon be replaced at Ashley by Mark Hairston, the principal of Philo-Hill Magnet Academy.

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Giovanni to accept honorary degree, speak to graduates

    Giovanni to accept honorary degree, speak to graduates

Nikki Giovanni will serve as the speaker for Winston-Salem State’s (WSSU) 2013 commencement on Saturday, May 18 at 9:45 a.m.

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Art and Real Life Meet

    Art and Real Life Meet

Playwrights, actors have face-to-face with sit-in icon On Feb. 8, 1960, Carl Matthews conducted a one-man sit-in at the S.

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Anti-obesity effort paints the town purple

    Anti-obesity effort paints the town purple

Novant Health Maya Angelou Women’s Health & Wellness Center launched the Bright Ideas web site last week to engage Winston-Salem/Forsyth

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A&T Fulbright Scholar to study in UK

    A&T Fulbright Scholar to study in UK

North Carolina A&T State University senior Emmanuel Johnson is headed to graduate school at the University of Birmingham in the

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Letters To The Editor: YMCA needs diversity

    Letters To The Editor: YMCA needs diversity

YMCA needs diversity To the Editor: I have been going over the events that happened in the meeting that took

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Links Connect

    Links Connect

Program aims to inspire middle schoolers Students at East Forsyth Middle School learned last week that the road to success

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