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WSSU helps kids improve reading skills

    WSSU helps kids improve reading skills

(pictured above: WSSU student Nichelle Caudle with her tutee, Sabriyah Johnson.) Eight year-old Shailinn Morales has always loved to read. “Since I was a little girl, I have had a real

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Musicians to lead Reynolds students in concert

    Musicians to lead Reynolds students in concert

International recording artist and Emmy-winning composer Mark Wood, an original member of the multi-platinum-selling Trans-Siberian Orchestra and creator of the revolutionary Viper electric violin, is bringing his groundbreaking music education

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Forsyth Tech gets nod for lineman program

    Forsyth Tech gets nod for lineman program

Forsyth Tech has received accreditation from the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) in Florida designating the college as an Electrical Lineman Accredited Training and Education Facility; it

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Editorial: Election ’14

    Editorial: Election ’14

Rarely does the end of the election filing period bring good tidings; this year was quite the exception. Since four Republican members of the much-maligned School Board failed to file

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The World at Their Fingertips

    The World at Their Fingertips

Local tech company connects Speas students with its Romanian office (pictured above: Small Footprint’s Steve Vest introduces Speas students to the

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A Lesson in Culture

    A Lesson in Culture

(pictured above:  Ruth Hopkins addresses her students as Maria Sanchez-Boudy looks on.) Exhibit gives students insight into experiences of immigrants Carter G. Woodson

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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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Editorial: Civil Rights challenges remain

    Editorial: Civil Rights challenges remain

Black History Month is a time to honor the contributions African-Americans have made to our nation and our state, and,

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New principal sees great possibilities at Parkland

    New principal sees great possibilities at Parkland

(pictured above: Spencer Hardy takes over at Parkland on March 3.) After nearly 38 years in public education, Dr. Tim Lee,

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‘Hoodie’ service remembers Trayvon

    ‘Hoodie’ service remembers Trayvon

(pictured above: Attendees and participants march around the church’s parking lot Sunday.) Ministers and congregants alike donned hooded sweatshirts Sunday afternoon

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