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Op-ed: ‘Its just maddening’

By Rhonda Dillingham “It’s just maddening.” It’s not often that a politician can so succinctly represent what voters of ...

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Family ties: Mary-Paige King developed a love for golf from her father and grandfather, transferring that to success at West Forsyth, Catawba

By Jay Spivey For the Clemmons Courier CLEMMONS — Mary-Paige King came about golf naturally. After all, her father, ...

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Blotter — July 18

Below is a list of crime investigations and activities reported by the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office in Clemmons ...

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Village briefings for July 18

Events: Clemmons Cares Month: Join in all month long as the village shares ways to spread love throughout the ...

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Clemmons Elementary gets new traffic plan: Council consensus provides ‘Singular One-Way’ and behavioral changes as solution

CLEMMONS — After taking a step to improve traffic flow and safety along Lewisville-Clemmons Road in the spring ...

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Titan Tattler: When in Rome

By Claire Reinthaler For the Clemmons Courier Hello, Clemmons Courier readers! It’s so good to be back writing ...

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Your Neighbor: Meet Rita Carr

By Mandy Haggerson For the Clemmons Courier LEWISVILLE — From a young age, Rita Carr realized the importance ...

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Returning the favor: Clemmons stalwart propped up by community he has supported for so long

By Owen Fender For the Clemmons Courier Before this past year, Edward Dean, lovingly referred to as “Ed” ...

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Gray Wilson to be sworn in to vacated county commission seat on July 18

WINSTON-SALEM — Next week, the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners will swear in its newest member. On July ...

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Throwing it all to the wind: Mason Ellis, a former track-and-field athlete at West Forsyth, has gone through personal strife to become top-notch star at Wake Forest

By Jay Spivey For the Clemmons Courier CLEMMONS — As a track-and-field athlete, Mason Ellis can throw just ...

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Custard with a Cop at Abbott’s Frozen Custard offers opportunity to meet local officers, discuss community issues

CLEMMONS — On July 16, officers from Clemmons and community members will come together in an informal, neutral ...

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Village briefings for July 11

Events: Join in for a winter wonderland extravaganza with Christmas in July on Saturday at 6 p.m. at ...

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Forsyth County Republicans show appreciation to law enforcement

Volunteers with the Forsyth County Republican Party and Forsyth County Republican Women prepared 360 goody bags in under ...

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Upcoming events at Clemmons Branch Library

Youth programs Story times: Join in for books, finger plays, songs and crafts for toddlers and preschoolers in ...

Opinion

On Second Thought: You must be from North Carolina

By Marie Harrison For the Clemmons Courier For the past 12 weeks, my daughter has been part of ...

Sports

Behind the whistle: Michael Angell, a former boys soccer player at West Forsyth, has remained in the sport with a love of officiating

By Jay Spivey For the Clemmons Courier Michael Angell is a former goalkeeper on the West Forsyth boys ...

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Blotter — July 11

Below is a list of crime investigations and activities reported by the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office in Clemmons ...

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Area pro-lifers celebrate anniversary of overturning Roe

CLEMMONS — Late last month, anti-abortion pro-lifers from the Clemmons area gathered on the sidewalk from the old ...

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West’s Spainhour takes district position: Search for replacement underway

CLEMMONS — West Forsyth High School will be looking for a new principal after Kevin Spainhour was announced ...

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Cry for help: Local mother seeks to solve mobility issues for 13-year old

By Christian Simmons  For the Clemmons Courier CLEMMONS — Heather Malone, and her son, Teddy, have seen their ...