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The Chronicle’s Virtual MLK Event uplifts, inspires, offers call to action

    The Chronicle’s Virtual MLK Event uplifts, inspires, offers call to action

The Chronicle’s Virtual MLK Event uplifts, inspires, offers call to action

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Navigating Jim Crow: Green Book and Oasis Spaces in North Carolina

    Navigating Jim Crow: Green Book and Oasis Spaces in North Carolina

Navigating Jim Crow: Green Book and Oasis Spaces in North Carolina

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New reading program uses volunteers to help struggling kids

    New reading program uses volunteers to help struggling kids

Only about half of the third-grade students in WS/FCS are reading on grade level. To help combat this issue, Project Impact’s Reading Warrior initiative is here to help.

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Wolfpack JV team on hot streak to begin season

  Wolfpack JV team on hot streak to begin season

The Walkertown junior varsity basketball team has been playing well this year. Led by second year head coach Kenny Anderson, the Wolfpack are a small but scrappy team that is not afraid to lace them up against anyone.

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NFL postseason awards predictions

  NFL postseason awards predictions

NFL postseason awards predictions

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Let’s Talk Religion: Connecting with God during the pandemic

  Let’s Talk Religion: Connecting with God during the pandemic

Let’s Talk Religion: Connecting with God during the pandemic

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YOU-n-You reception recognizes women who have stepped into greatness

  YOU-n-You reception recognizes women who have stepped into greatness

The YOU-n-You Experience Celebration Reception will take place on Saturday, Jan. 22, in Winston-Salem. Developed by Marviette A. Usher, a prior information technology consultant who is now lovingly called “Lady Million Marviette, the IT Consultant for Women,” the YOU-n-You experience is an intense personal development experience designed to remind women that they are still absolutely phenomenal right in the midst of life’s happenings. 

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Miss Forsyth County competing for Miss North Carolina title

  Miss Forsyth County competing for Miss North Carolina title

Tatyana Samone Drake, Miss Forsyth County USA, will be running for Miss North Carolina in the Miss North Carolina USA Pageant on Jan. 28-29 at the High Point Theater in High Point. 

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Food Lion Feeds announces million dollar gift to Second Harvest

  Food Lion Feeds announces million dollar gift to Second Harvest

Food Lion Feeds announces million dollar gift to Second Harvest

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