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Community forum addresses gender identity

November 17, 2016

Issues on gender identity and being transgender have taken forefront in the state legislature this year with the passage of House Bill 2, which requires transgender people to use the public restrooms according to the sex they were assigned at birth. On Tuesday night at The Elm Street Center, Voices for a Stronger Guilford, an […]

NCCJ presents annual Citation Awards

November 17, 2016

The National Conference for Community and Justice of the Piedmont Triad, Inc. (NCCJ) held its 50th Annual Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner on November 10 at the Koury Convention Center. The annual award dinner is a multicultural sharing of community, businesses and faith-based organizations all coming together for one common cause of creating a compassionate community […]

Trump Win Shocks The World

November 11, 2016

Leaders examine meaning of his win New York – In an epic victory that sent shockwaves around the world, billionaire Donald Trump – ending a campaign characterized by bigotry, insults, vulgarities, sexism, racism and hate speech – became president-elect of the United States on Tuesday, contrasting his vitriolic campaign rhetoric with a softened appeal for […]

Panthers Pluck Falcons

November 11, 2016

The Dudley Panthers celebrated Senior Day with a 56-8 Metro 4-A Conference victory over Southeast Guilford Friday night at Tarpley Stadium. With the win, Dudley clinched second place in the conference (10-1, overall 4-1 Metro). The Panthers scored on their first five offensive possessions. They marched 57 yards in five plays with Ezra Perkins scoring […]

Judge Morgan Wins High Court Seat; Appellate Democrats Lose

November 11, 2016

A fluke on North Carolina ballots may have contributed to Wake Superior Court Judge Mike Morgan’s triumphant victory election night, when he won a seat on the North Carolina Supreme Court in stunning fashion. Justice-elect Morgan defeated incumbent Republican Robert Edmunds decisively, 54 to 46 percent, thus shifting the power on the state’s seven-member High […]

Too close to call, Cooper leads McCrory

November 11, 2016

Coleman & Blue III lose By the slimmest of electoral margins, Democrat Roy Cooper outpointed incumbent Republican Gov. Pat McCrory election night by approximately 5,001 votes. Governor McCrory told a cheering crowd that possibly “thousands” of provisional ballots across the state, which had not been counted yet, could still determine the outcome. “There has to […]

Posting children’s photos online could have adverse consequences

November 11, 2016

We are in the midst of the holiday season. Many people will be sharing all kinds of pictures on social media. We just saw all of the cute pictures online of children in their Halloween costumes. No doubt they were just darling but are the parents inadvertently harming their children’s reputations? Are they sharing too […]

At the Movies: Loving

November 11, 2016

For a long time it was a forbidden love. Through slavery, the reconstruction era, on into the 20th century, particularly in the South, interracial romantic relations were looked down on and marriages were illegal. Anti-miscegenation laws were on the books in 16 states below the Mason-Dixon line. Marry someone not of your race and face […]

State & Local Election Results at a glance

November 11, 2016

U.S. Senate (N.C.) Incumbent Republican US Sen. Richard Burr won his bid for re-election in a close race over Democrat challenger Deborah Ross with 51.11 percent of the vote to her 45.33 percent. Libertarian Sean Haugh received 3.56 percent of the vote. “It was the highest honor of my lifetime to run for North Carolina’s […]

Aggies defeat FAMU, face S.C. State

November 4, 2016

After the Aggies’ 42-17 Greatest Homecoming On Earth win over Florida A&M Saturday afternoon at Aggie Stadium, there were so many sentimental statements uttered by North Carolina A&T head football coach Rod Broadway about the 17 seniors who have had such an impact on turning around a dormant program, Broadway had to remind himself and […]

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