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Editorial: Rams, Officer, Holiday thoughts

    Editorial: Rams, Officer, Holiday thoughts

Rams The season has ended for the Winston-Salem State Rams. The football squad’s NCAA DII championship quest fizzled out Saturday with a second round 7–0 loss to Shepherd University. The

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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 are released around Thanksgiving. Lower proficiency scores are expected statewide

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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 of this simple belief. The brothers, otherwise known as the

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Tiny Rams force to be reckoned with

    Tiny Rams force to be reckoned with

The Tiny Rams are making a strong claim as the team to beat in the 8th Grade Unlimited Division of the Piedmont Youth Football and Cheer League. Even though they’re

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Pee-wee runners get team of their own

    Pee-wee runners get team of their own

Positive Running 4 Kids, or PRE-K, a new Next Level Track Club group, is off and running – literally. “We’ve

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Deejay/comedian to host weekend fundraiser

    Deejay/comedian to host weekend fundraiser

B Daht, a local radio personality and comedian, will host the Transformed Lives Third Annual 5K Fun Walk on Saturday,

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Nonprofit launches kid-friendly social media site

    Nonprofit launches kid-friendly social media site

Twin-City Outreach (TCO), a local nonprofit agency that empowers young girls, recently launched a social media network, Mumster Book, to

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Safe Bikeways

    Safe Bikeways

Judi Wallace helps Trinity Lawson secure her helmet Saturday during the dedication program for the new “Safety Town” bike training

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Veterans help get students closer to D.C.

    Veterans help get students closer to D.C.

Fifth graders at Ashley IB Magnet Elementary School got a history lesson and a boost for a future learning experience

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The Real Thing

    The Real Thing

Students from Cook Elementary School don lab coats as they listen to a lecture in the Department of Life Sciences

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