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Get a taste of Africa and help needy widows

by Carol Taber WAKE FOREST — Listening to Gale Peterson talk about the expanding ministry of The Widow’s Peek (sic) is exhilarating. To hear her share The Widow’s Peek’s opportunity to partner with Gidan Bege in serving widows in Jos, Nigeria is to hear the heartbeat of God for...
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Visiting King

Kids in grades kindergarten through fifth gather in front of Elvis, a king snake from Howell Woods Environmental Learning Center, a part of the Johnston Community College. Elvis was visiting Wake Forest as a part of the Wake County Library’s K-5th Super Special program. To learn...
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Supernatural vs. Photosynthesis

If you play mobile games, then you should by now have either played or come across a game called Plants vs. Zombies. Originally released for Android and IOS, Plants vs. Zombies is a tower defense-style game that people of all ages can enjoy. This year, the franchise has upgraded...

Golf tourney to benefit Wounded Warriors

WAKE FOREST — A Four Chance Hole-in-One golf tournament to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project is slated for July 26 at Paschal Golf Club. A putting contest takes place from 8 to 9:15 a.m., with a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. The field is limited to the first 44 players to pay the...
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Student data privacy law passes

RALEIGH — Governor Pat McCrory signed into law Senate bill 815, the Ensuring Privacy of Student Records Act July 1.,  The new law aims to ensure the privacy and security of student educational records. It also increases the transparency of student privacy concerns by requiring...