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Busta’s Person of the Week: From Madison, N.C. to the Mandela mansion in South Africa: Part 2

    Busta’s Person of the Week: From Madison, N.C. to the Mandela mansion in South Africa: Part 2

Busta’s Person of the Week: From Madison, N.C. to the Mandela mansion in South Africa: Part 2

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Drive-thru awards ceremony honors SilverArts medal winners

    Drive-thru awards ceremony honors SilverArts medal winners

COVID-19 has put a halt on most events, but it couldn’t stop the staff of Recreation and Parks from holding a SilverArts awards ceremony in a most creative way.

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Want to be a pen pal?

    Want to be a pen pal?

Want to be a pen pal?

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Kamara and Deacons ‘ready to go’ when season begins

    Kamara and Deacons ‘ready to go’ when season begins

Kamara and Deacons ‘ready to go’ when season begins

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Paula McCoy qualifies to run for the Northeast Ward City Council seat

    Paula McCoy  qualifies to run for the Northeast Ward City Council seat

Paula McCoy has successfully completed the requirements required by the N.C. State Board of Elections to appear as an unaffiliated candidate on the Nov. 3 election. McCoy has secured the 281 signatures of registered voters in the Northeast Ward required by the elections board to be placed on the ballot.

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10th annual Coltrane Jazzfest postponed but student instrument contest still on

    10th annual Coltrane Jazzfest postponed but student instrument contest still on

Although the 10th annual John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival has been postponed until next year, the 2020 Student Instrument Contest sponsored by the Friends of John Coltrane, Inc., is still being held. The contest offers North Carolina middle and high school student musicians an opportunity to win a brand new instrument by expressing their need and the importance of music in their lives.

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

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Commentary: Is the nation opening its soul?

    Commentary: Is the nation opening its soul?

Commentary: Is the nation opening its soul?

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Commentary: The language of vote suppression

    Commentary: The language of vote suppression

Commentary: The language of vote suppression

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Commentary: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 still stands strong in 2020

    Commentary: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 still stands strong in 2020

Commentary: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 still stands strong in 2020

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