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Fitness trackers: Good but not perfect

June 1, 2017

The fitness tracker craze is very strong and seems to be getting stronger. It seems to be a sign that we as Americans are hopefully getting into a good space as we work on our physical fitness. The trackers, at one time, were quite bulky and unattractive. Well, that has been addressed. Developers have invented […]


Triad faith leaders rally around immigrants

June 1, 2017

About two dozen clergy and faith leaders from throughout the Triad gathered at FaithAction International House (FAIH) in Greensboro on May 30 to speak out against recent anti-immigration efforts and to take action regarding the safety and welfare of immigrants. Faith-based leaders from Greensboro, Kernersville, High Point and Winston Salem addressed the inhumane treatment and […]


Aggies send 13 athletes to NCAA Nationals

June 1, 2017

LEXINGTON, KY.  – North Carolina A&T Aggies will roll into the NCAA Division I Track and Field Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Ore., in record fashion after completing a historic NCAA Division I East Preliminary Round. Approximately 13 of the university’s record 20 athletes sent to the East Prelims will head to the University of Oregon’s […]


High School Track & Field State Finals

May 30, 2017

Kiya Oviosun, a junior track athlete at Southeast Guilford, won gold in the 400m at the State 4A Track and Field Championships. She marked a time of 53.52 seconds. Tamara Clark, a senior All-American sprinter from High Point Central, captured two events winning the 100m and 200m dashes. Clark posted times of 11.72 seconds in […]


Reaction to High Court’s Cong. District Ruling

May 30, 2017

“Once again with this victory the courts have said the N.C. General Assembly through apartheid type redistricting engaged in systemic racism and cheated to win elections.” – Rev. William Barber, Outgoing president of the N.C. NAACP Now that the US Supreme Court has ruled that North Carolina’s 2011 congressional redistricting maps for the First and […]


The importance of good blood pressure

May 30, 2017

As we go about this world we are all reminded that there are certain things we should be doing to maintain our health. We all strive to have that beautiful green yard this time of the year with beautiful flowers. They do not come without effort. The yard must be tended with fertilizing the soil, […]


Barber to announce his choice for next N.C. NAACP head soon

May 30, 2017

Thus far, several N.C. NAACP officials have announced who they are supporting to become the conference leader, but the current president says he’ll wait until he’s actually set to step down. Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, outgoing president of the N.C. NAACP, says even though he’s already announced his intentions to step down after […]


High Point Central girls a favorite to win State 4-A title

May 19, 2017

The North Carolina High School Association (NCHSAA) 4A Midwest Track & Field Regional was hosted at Greensboro’s Southeast Guilford High School last Saturday (May 13) afternoon. Twenty-six schools competed in 18 events trying to earn qualifying spots for this weekend’s state championships. On the strength of Saturday’s performances, the Lady Bison of High Point Central […]


Be cautious with pain medications

May 19, 2017

The weather is getting warm and a lot of people will restart activities not seen since the fall. That lawn beckons, household repairs seem to pop up and those who require the warmth to exercise will all start up again. I will start to see those weekend warriors hit our office doors. They use and […]


As Rev. Barber steps down, N.C. NAACP prepares for next leader

May 19, 2017

RALEIGH – According to sources at the N.C. NAACP, the successor to Pres. Rev. William Barber, who has announced that he is stepping down next month after twelve years, will come from the four vice presidents currently under his wing – First Vice President Carolyn Q. Coleman; Second Vice Pres. Carolyn McDougal; Third Vice President […]


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