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PBR World Championship Race Tightens

October 18, 2019

2017 PBR World Champion Lockwood breaks Heartbreak Kid’s 38-out buckoff streak with high-marked ride of season to finish second, inching within 321.66 points of world No. 1 Jose Vitor Leme Professional Bull Riders’ (PBR) fans are going to remember the sport’s 2019 late-season visit to Greensboro for a long time. With just one regular-season event […]

PrEp/Truvada and HIV/AIDS

October 18, 2019

Guilford County is number three in the state for new HIV infections, according to Triad Health Project, a local HIV/AIDS awareness organization. With hundreds of new HIV cases every year, researchers are developing ways to prevent the spread of HIV, not just treat it. Triad Health Project is spreading the word about a prescription medication […]

Wilmington honors McNeil, civil rights activist, native son

October 17, 2019

WILMINGTON – The City of Wilmington recently honored native son and longtime civil rights advocate Joseph McNeil by designating North Third Street from Market Street to Davis Street as “Major General Joseph McNeil Commemorative Way.” A ceremony and reception were held Saturday, Oct. 12 in front of Thalian Hall, at Third and Chestnut Streets. On […]

N.C. NAACP: Forward together, not one step back

October 17, 2019

The 76th Annual N.C. NAACP Convention was held Oct. 3 – 5, in Winston-Salem. Rev. Dr. T. Anthony Spearman, president of the N.C. Conference and pastor of St. Philip AME Zion Church in Greensboro, provided convention attendees with a state of the N.C. NAACP’s civil rights initiatives it has engaged in on behalf of all […]

Southwest Cowboys win Battle of High Point

October 11, 2019

HIGH POINT – After defeating High Point Central earlier in the season and trouncing T. Wingate Andrews on Friday, 35-14, the Southwest Guilford Cowboys have captured bragging rights in the battle of High Point. The Red Raiders scored first on an 83 yard pick six by safety Jenoah McKiver. The PAT failed. Early in the […]

The impact of cold weather on our health

October 10, 2019

The thermometer is indeed taking a turn toward cooler numbers. We have so enjoyed the sun and the warmth of the spring and summer. Now it is time to turn our attention toward getting ready for the cooler months as old man winter will be arriving soon. We may not grow a thicker coat or […]

Stallings Lobby dedicated at A&T

October 10, 2019

On Thursday, October 3, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University honored Vernell Stallings, member of the Class of 1964, at the university’s Student Center by naming the lobby of the building in his honor. Stallings was recognized for his significant legacy and contributions to the university. Before Stallings came to NCA&TSU, he was the […]

What happens next in N.C. NAACP allegations drama?

October 9, 2019

According to those who attended last weekend’s 76th Annual N.C. NAACP Convention in Winston-Salem, it was memorable, but for the most part, for all of the wrong reasons. What normally and annually is an exercise for attendees in reaffirming the basic principles of the state’s oldest, and foremost civil rights organization, was instead, according to […]

Preventive care at an early age needed

October 4, 2019

Just like anything in life, the earlier you tackle a problem the better the outcome will be. The medical community is starting to look at caring for patients in that light. You will see your healthcare providers start to work with you earlier. Preventive care has been pioneered by doctors at Emory University in Atlanta, […]

The Theatre Arts Program at A&T presents Oedipus the ‘Queen’

October 4, 2019

Murder is the cause of the gods’ displeasure — and Oedipus, the ruler of Thebes, is the killer? What follows is an unsettling investigation of the past, which begins at a three-way crossroad and ends in a moment of horrifying self-discovery. This age-old tale of the dangers of pride, power, politics and prophecy continues to […]

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