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Students take part in 4-H Day

(pictured above:  4-H National Youth Science Day particpants pose with presenters, elected officials and others.) Students gathered at the Forsyth County Agriculture Building on Fairchild Road on Wednesday, Oct. 8 to

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For the Long Haul

    For the Long Haul

Wiley students getting year’s worth of mentoring from Innovation Quarter personnel (pictured above:  Future Innovators Yarita Noyola and Elijah Best with their mentors, Mohammad Albanna and Daniel Yohannes (right).) For science-minded

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‘Team’ Spirit

    ‘Team’ Spirit

NBN hopes groups benefit from network of sharing (pictured above:  NBN’s Dee Washington greets meeting attendees.) Neighbors For Better Neighborhoods’ grantees will now be called “community teams,” the grassroots community organizing

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Time for Universal Development

    Time for Universal Development

To the Editor: “Tackling crime, Punishment” on March 20, 2014 was a great article. Why? Because what I saw from a distance (I’m incarcerated) was and possibly is the beginning

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Speakers: Coal ash threat real

    Speakers: Coal ash threat real

(pictured above: Amy Adams speaks.) The Feb. 2 pipe leak that dumped 39,000 tons of coal ash into Dan River is

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Geneticist: Science doesn’t support racial distinctions

    Geneticist: Science doesn’t support racial distinctions

(pictured above: Dr. Georgia Dunston speaks at WSSU.) Dr. Georgia Dunston is a well known genetics professor and scholar and founder

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Medical Center details global health efforts at symposium

    Medical Center details global health efforts at symposium

(pictured above: Dr. Avinash Shetty speaks about HIV/AIDS.) International health challenges and possible solutions to them were the focus of the

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Principal of the Year honor for Childers 

    Principal of the Year honor for Childers 

Joe Childers, the principal of Atkins Academic & Technology High School, has been named a 2014 Regional Principal of the

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Magnet programs to use upcoming fair to shine

    Magnet programs to use upcoming fair to shine

(pictured above: Angela Neal works with students at Mineral Springs Middle School.) In her three years as principal of Mineral Springs

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Program gives gift of reading year-round

    Program gives gift of reading year-round

(pictured above: Media Coordinator Myra Worrell presents a book to a Konnoak student.) by: Kim Underwood W-S/Forsyth County Schools Fifth-grader Lizeth

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