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Voters of all political persuasions celebrate on election night

    Voters of all political persuasions celebrate on election night

The crowd leapt to its feet at the Millennium Center Tuesday night when Elisabeth Motsinger took to the stage. Motsinger, a Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board member, lost her bid to

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Kennedy prepares for even greater academic expansion

    Kennedy prepares for even greater academic expansion

Last year, Demetrius Hill chose to go to John F. Kennedy High School because he thought the magnet high school offered the best path to his long-term goal of becoming

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Nonperishable Treats

    Nonperishable Treats

Salem students collect for food bank on Halloween   A group of Salem College students put a new spin on a time-honored Halloween tradition last week. About 15 members of

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Carver seniors march to the polls to vote for first time

    Carver seniors march to the polls to vote for first time

The Carver High School Marching Band, under the direction of Juan Eckard, provided the rhythm as more than 100 seniors marched to the Mazie Woodruff Center on Nov. 1 to

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Eureka House living up to its name

  Eureka House living up to its name

Ten years ago, Josue Cruz was a different person. “I’ve had a whole lot of personal growth,” said Cruz, one

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Under the Big Top Unique project allows students to discuss bias

  Under the Big Top Unique project allows students to discuss bias

During tent-covered outdoor sessions last week, students at Mount Tabor High School explored the complexities of racial diversity, cultural differences

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Tour asks for R.E.S.P.E.C.T. for President Obama

  Tour asks for R.E.S.P.E.C.T.  for President Obama

“Stop Disrespecting My President!” 1911 United, a Washington, D.C.-based Super PAC (Political Action Committee) founded by members of Kappa Alpha

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Professor pens bio about her hometown hero

  Professor pens bio about her hometown hero

As a girl in Omaha, Neb., Salem College Professor Dr. Tekla Johnson remembers State Sen. Ernie Chambers as being larger

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Early voters make their voices heard

  Early voters make their voices heard

The early voting fervor struck East Winston last week, as hundreds of Forsyth County residents flocked to the Mazie Woodruff

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Community Keeping W-S Green and Beautiful

  Community Keeping W-S Green and Beautiful

Hundreds of trees planted in East Winston   City-sponsored Community Roots Day is more popular than ever. The annual tree planting

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