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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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Editorial: Moral Victory in Sight

    Editorial: Moral Victory in Sight

(pictured above:  Dr. Rev. William Barber) Hats off to the N.C. NAACP! The Tar Heel branch of the venerable civil rights organization is setting the pace for the national, state

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Healing through Farming

    Healing through Farming

Film about female vets battling PTSD to make N.C. debut (pictured above: Farmer and veteran Anna Mann.) The film “Terra Firma” will have its North Carolina premiere and fundraiser tomorrow (Friday,

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Candidate accuses party leader of dismissing him

    Candidate accuses party leader of dismissing him

(pictured above:  Ken Spaulding is running for governor.) Ken Spaulding, a former member of the N.C. House of Representative, and others are upset about N.C. Democratic Party Chairman Randy Voller’s seeming

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Lawmakers to push for fathers’ rights

    Lawmakers to push for fathers’ rights

A few days before Father’s Day, members of the North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus announced their support of a Raleigh-based

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Three honored for upholding Rodney’s legacy

    Three honored for upholding Rodney’s legacy

(pictured above:  Barbara Hayes and Beaufort and Pollye Bailey receive their awards from Dr. Mae Rodney, Cedric Rodney’s widow.) Barbara

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For Seniors Only: All Aboard!

    For Seniors Only: All Aboard!

 Train Enthusiast Enjoys Being a Train Host By Candy Wood Being a train host is a wonderful way to volunteer,

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Downtown With Neely

    Downtown With Neely

Acclaimed chef regales fans at ‘Eat and Greet’ (pictured above:  Pat Neely chats with fans last Thursday morning at Sweet

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Editorial: Ignoring Black Vets

    Editorial: Ignoring Black Vets

The current controversy surrounding the plight of veterans in the United States is an important issue for all families in

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Research earns award for Gray

    Research earns award for Gray

(pictured above: DeOnna Gray is a DCCC adjunct instructor.) Davidson County Community College adjunct instructor DeOnna Gray is the recipient of

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