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The mission is fitness at Winston-Salem State kids’ camp

    The mission is fitness at  Winston-Salem State kids’ camp

(pictured above:  Camp attendees take swimming lessons.) Winston-Salem State University is doing its part to combat the nation’s troubling youth obesity epidemic. More than 50 kids from low-income households took

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WSSU signs tennis talent

    WSSU signs tennis talent

Now that the high school part of her tennis career is finished, Aja Grant looks to the future. Grant, who recently graduated from Reagan, is eager to see what’s in

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SSAAH adds tennis memorabilia

    SSAAH adds tennis memorabilia

Dr. James Ewers, a native of  Winston-Salem, has donated several of his sports accolades to the Society for the Study of Afro-American History. Dr. Ewers was a top rated tennis

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Carver hires new athletics leaders

    Carver hires new athletics leaders

Carver High School recently named  Michael Winbush as its news athletic director and Danny Piggott as the assistant athletic director. Winbush is currently a physical education and health teacher, and

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Honor for First Family of Tennis

    Honor for First Family of Tennis

Before Venus and Serena, there were the Archies, and here in the Twin City, the family was legendary. The late

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local sports legends Added to Hall

There have been many seminal moments in Rodney Webb’s life, but two stand out. His union to his wife, Rita,

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Honors for WSSU tennis players

    Honors for WSSU tennis players

The Winston-Salem State University tennis program earned a pair of weekly honors last week from the CIAA. Sophomore Jonathan Aubrey

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For Seniors Only! ‘Senior Spotlight’: Rob Little

    For Seniors Only! ‘Senior Spotlight’: Rob Little

When and where were you born? October 11 1953 in Winston- Salem NC -(Happy Hill Gardens) What did you want

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Poe to be honored in his native High Point

    Poe to be honored in his native High Point

Legendary educator/coach Alfred Poe will be honored by the Housing Authority of High Point (HAHP) next month. Poe has been

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