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The BATWOLF computer is fired up and the coffee pot's warming up as we ready for another adventure into to the unknown
The BATWOLF computer is fired up and the coffee pot's warming up as we ready for another adventure into to the unknown
 
Nora Carr is the Guilford County Schools Chief of Staff to Superintendent Mo Green and writes columns on communications and messaging for the American School Board Journal.
Nora Carr is the Guilford County Schools Chief of Staff to Superintendent Mo Green and writes columns on communications and messaging for the American School Board Journal.
 
For those happy few who may be unfamiliar with the term "smart classroom," it refers to an ordinary teaching-space fitted out with a desktop PC and monitor, a document camera, a multi-discriminating disc-player for CDs, DVDs and BluRay discs; a high-fidelity stereo speaker system, a digital projecto
For those happy few who may be unfamiliar with the term "smart classroom," it refers to an ordinary teaching-space fitted out with a desktop PC and monitor, a document camera, a multi-discriminating disc-player for CDs, DVDs and BluRay discs; a high-fidelity stereo speaker system, a digital projecto
 
By a 6-3 vote divided along racial lines, earlier this month the High Point City Council approved a resolution requesting the resignation of Mayor Bernita Sims due to reported personal financial problems.
By a 6-3 vote divided along racial lines, earlier this month the High Point City Council approved a resolution requesting the resignation of Mayor Bernita Sims due to reported personal financial problems.
 
Like many readers I recently encountered the sad tale of how James W. Wagner, President of Emory University, had to apologize for praising the Constitution's three-fifths compromise (treating slaves as three-fifths of a person for purposes of congressional representation).
Like many readers I recently encountered the sad tale of how James W. Wagner, President of Emory University, had to apologize for praising the Constitution's three-fifths compromise (treating slaves as three-fifths of a person for purposes of congressional representation).
 
Nancy Warda Wagner, age 83, a resident of Cypress Landing, Chocowinity, NC, passed away peacefully Sunday, September 16, 2012, at Ridgewood Manor in Washington, NC
Nancy Warda Wagner, age 83, a resident of Cypress Landing, Chocowinity, NC, passed away peacefully Sunday, September 16, 2012, at Ridgewood Manor in Washington, NC
 
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