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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Fansler for School Board To the Editor: Other than parents, the most important individual in a child’s life and development is an experienced, dedicated, and gifted teacher.  Sadly, we have lawmakers

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Greener Grass

    Greener Grass

pictured above: ( Forsyth County Association of Educators President Ann Pettijean joins other educators, parents and students for a rally last year.) Teachers find respect, more money in Lone Star State

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Editorial: Commencement’s shortcoming

    Editorial: Commencement’s shortcoming

Meteorologists are likely attributing the Jekyll and Hyde variance between last Thursday and last Friday’s weather to some sort of pressure system. We think that the ultimate weatherman – the

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Advocates prepare to appeal to lawmakers on behalf of older North Carolinians 

    Advocates prepare to appeal to lawmakers on behalf of older North Carolinians 

Dr. Althea Taylor-Jones joined other AARP advocates from Feb. 18-19 as they prepared to speak to state lawmakers about the specific needs of North Carolinians who are 50 and older. The

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Editorial: Folks Have Had Enough

    Editorial: Folks Have Had Enough

If Gov. Pat McCrory and his boyz in the General Assembly truly weren’t paying attention before, Saturday’s colossal protest march

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School hopes for voucher onslaught

    School hopes for voucher onslaught

As the debate about the viability, fairness and effectiveness of a state-supported school voucher plan rages, at least one local

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Editorial: School Board abandons public schools

    Editorial: School Board abandons public schools

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education won’t be among the scores of North Carolina school boards adding their names to

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Ministers give residents a lot to ponder

    Ministers give residents a lot to ponder

(pictured above: Marchers make their way down the Anderson Center.) The Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity vowed to continue to

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Local student becomes face of immigration campaign

    Local student becomes face of immigration campaign

(pictured above: Junior Valeria Sotelo on the campus of Salem College.) Lexington resident Valeria Sotelo has done everything right. The 21-year-old

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Panel addresses domestic violence among blacks

    Panel addresses domestic violence among blacks

A panel discussion – sponsored by Family Services and Winston-Salem State University – tackled domestic violence in the black community

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