Posts From Timothy Ramsey

United Way seeks to make impact on city with strategic initiative

    United Way seeks to make  impact on city with strategic initiative

United Way seeks to make impact on city with new initiative

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Mural on WSSU campus aims to inspire Black Lives Matter movement

    Mural on WSSU campus aims to inspire Black Lives Matter movement

Mural on WSSU campus aims to inspire Black Lives Matter movement

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Parkland senior scores 1,000th point

    Parkland senior scores 1,000th point

Parkland combo guard, Minnie Griffin, has excelled in her second stint with the Mustangs. Griffin recently eclipsed the 1,000-point mark in her career at Parkland by averaging 31 points per game this season.

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Double standard in sports

    Double standard in sports

Double standard in sports

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TV personality, Talitha Vickers, releases first book

    TV personality, Talitha Vickers, releases first book

Talitha Vickers has blessed the Triad community with her on-air work and community service for years. After years of effort and planning, Vickers now has become an author by releasing her first book, “Why My Hero Had to Go.”

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Freezing rain doesn’t stop local nonprofit from giving back to community

    Freezing rain doesn’t stop local nonprofit from giving back to community

Frigid temperatures and freezing rain couldn’t stop Barbara Robinson from helping those in need. Through her nonprofit, What’s Beneath the Uniform (WBU), Robinson fed over 125 people in the downtown area of Winston-Salem.

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Gainey finds success across the border

    Gainey finds success across the border

Ed Gainey has seen the highs and lows of professional football. From being cut to being an All-Star, Gainey’s decade in the Canadian Football League (CFL) is truly a success story.

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Johnson C. Smith University taps local high school for talent

    Johnson C. Smith University taps local high school for talent

Another area player has his dream come true of playing on the next level. Glenn High School senior wide receiver, Markell Lloyd, recently signed his letter of intent to play football at Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU).

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I didn’t see that coming

    I didn’t see that coming

The Super Bowl did not turn out the way that many of us predicted. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in blowout fashion. The 31-9 victory by the Bucs in their home stadium was really a total shock.

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Agnew hired to front office of Detroit Lions

    Agnew hired to front office of Detroit Lions

Winston-Salem native Ray Agnew was recently hired as the assistant general manager for the Detroit Lions. Agnew will be working under Brad Holmes, who was hired as the general manager for Detroit.

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