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Worth the Wait

    Worth the Wait

First-day early voters endure two hours in line    The early voting season started out with a bang on Oct. 18. Hundreds of voters converged upon the Forsyth County Government

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Phi Omega Chapter of AKA awards scholarships

    Phi Omega Chapter of AKA awards scholarships

The ladies of Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. celebrated high academic achievement on Sunday, Oct. 21 at their annual scholarship recognition ceremony.  Four young ladies were

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Women come together in faith and fellowship

    Women come together in faith and fellowship

On Saturday, Oct. 13, nearly 100 ladies attended the Second Annual God’s Ladies of Wisdom (GLOW) Fall Dinner at West Salem Square, formerly the Hewitt Business Center. Attendees of the

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Series of events slated for Dr. Mack’s anniversary

    Series of events slated for Dr. Mack’s anniversary

In celebration of Pastor Sir Walter Mack Jr.’s 13th pastoral anniversary, Union Baptist Church will sponsor a Women’s Passion Conference and First Lady’s Brunch on Saturday, Oct. 27,  from 9:30

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West JV squad jelling nicely

    West JV squad jelling nicely

Coach Brian Bowman never doubted that West Forsyth’s junior varsity football team had talent. Still, there was a huge question

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State continues to verify eugenics victims

    State continues to verify eugenics victims

More victims of the state’s former Eugenics Board Program have come forward, including five in Forsyth County. According to the

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Salem hosting programs featuring legend Bill T. Jones

    Salem hosting  programs featuring legend Bill T. Jones

On Friday, Nov. 9 at 7:30 p.m., Salem College, the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company will perform “Between Us,”

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

Linda Coleman To the Editor: I am proud to stand beside Linda Coleman on the day the polls open and

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What you Talking ’bout Willard?

    What you Talking ’bout Willard?

Halfway through the second presidential debate, I remembered the show where Gary Coleman and Todd Bridges played Arnold and Willis

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Urban League to hold Medicare town hall

The Winston-Salem Urban League, 201 W. Fifth St., will hold a town hall meeting on  Health Care and Medicare for

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