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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

A&T Track and Field looks impressive at home meet Aggies take home nine first-place finishes

April 16, 2021

Senior Trevor Stewart and freshman Randolph Ross Jr., presented what might be considered coming attractions in the men’s 400 meters for the 2021 outdoor track and field season at North Carolina A&T’s Irwin Belk Track on Saturday. Meanwhile, there was nearly a passing of the torch in the women’s 200 meters at Irwin Belk on […]

Move the body and make more friends

April 16, 2021

Everyone knows how important it is to exercise and move your body on a consistent basis. Healthcare providers have encouraged this type of activity for years. Even the government has realized the importance of physical activity. If you are a senior age 65 and above, Medicare programs include gym memberships of some type. I am […]

Two Rabbis speak about social justice, past and present

April 15, 2021

Temple Emmanuel of Greensboro recently hosted two virtual events featuring two retired rabbis who currently reside in the state of Montana. Both have actively fought and are still fighting for civil rights and social justice. The first was rabbi and civil rights leader Allen Secher, began his talk with a story about being arrested in […]


April 15, 2021

After 44 years in prison serving time for a crime he did not commit, Ronnie Long finally got his freedom, and finally got his pardon of innocence. What he did not get, he now says, is anywhere near the money the state of North Carolina owes him for wrongly depriving him of his freedom and […]

Dudley downs Southwest, 42-21

April 9, 2021

Any concerns about the Dudley Panthers’ psyche following their first loss of the season to Mount Tabor have now been put to rest thanks to two consecutive weeks of dominant performances. After going on the road on March 26 to trounce Parkland 51-0, the Panthers returned to Tarpley Stadium on April 2 and continued their […]

Guilford County health department to rollout mobile vaccination units

April 9, 2021

As vaccination appointments begin to open up for more individuals across the state, the Guilford County Department of Public Health is preparing to deliver mobile vaccinations. Dr. Iulia Vann shared that the health department is slated to receive a van on May 15, which will be retrofitted to carry and administer vaccines to the community. […]

Spring renews hope

April 9, 2021

In no other year in recent history has spring been so inviting. New buds are beginning to bloom just as the country is beginning to ease its way out of a year long pandemic. Spring has always been a sign of fresh beginnings and renewed hope and this year more than ever. May we all […]

Movie Review: Godzilla vs. Kong

April 8, 2021

It’s a brawl. In this corner weighing several hundred tons with leathery reptile skin, Godzilla. In that corner weighing in at several hundred tons and wearing a fur coat, Kong. Wait for the bell to ring. Wait for it… These two superstar behemoth monsters are being cast together like WWE stars for WrestleMania. Godzilla represents […]

Bill will prohibit renaming Fayetteville State

April 8, 2021

North Carolina’s pervasive legacy of slavery and racial injustice has spurred the renaming of many buildings and locations across the state once named after slave-owners and White supremacists. Buildings, streets and other venues are now being renamed across the state to bury that inauspicious past. But for years, there have been discussions about renaming HBCU […]

Defense sparks Southeast Falcons

April 2, 2021

The Southeast Guilford Falcons played host to the Southern Guilford Storm Friday night at the Bill Slayton Athletic Field with first place on the line to the winner in the Mid-Piedmont 3-A Conference. The Falcons prevailed with a convincing 21-0 win led by their defense. The Falcons improved to 4-1 overall, 4-0 conference while the […]

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