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Seniors dance at Elms

Dressed in their finest, senior citizens danced to familiar Christmas tunes Monday evening at The Elms … with ...

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Counting to 50: Class of ‘65 was West’s 1st

By Dwight Sparks The Clemmons Courier As a member of the first graduating class of West Forsyth High ...

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Family suits up for the Irish

By Jim Buice The Clemmons Courier When Kelley Ryan talked about his experience as a participant in Notre ...

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Council 3-2 cuts travel

By Jim BuiceThe Clemmons Courier Although the 2014-15 fiscal year budget ordinance of nearly $6 million was approved ...

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Rocket team blasts into national finals

Six students from West Forsyth, R.J. Reynolds, Atkins Magnet, and Reagan high schools beat out more than 700 ...

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Principal climbs atop roof

Last Thursday, Southwest Elementary School celebrated the culmination of their “Read to the Roof Challenge” by having their ...

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Final four: West baseball team beats Reagan, RJR to advance

Quality pitches.In do-or-die tournament play, they mean everything.The West Forsyth baseball team demonstrated why last week.Having the unenviable ...

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West students help open relocated Food Pantry

On Sunday afternoon, the Clemmons Food Pantry celebrated their new location with a Community Open House and Ribbon ...

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Jonah’s inspiring fight comes to an end

By Chris MackieThe Clemmons Courier “Jonah.” In the most inspiring way imaginable, that name has now become eternally ...

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School project introduces student to WWII pilot killed in China

The project was intended to highlight the people, places and events of our great nation. But when Clemmons ...

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Jane Crouse does the math

The tobacco market was a booming market during the 1950’s. Celebrities like John Wayne and even Santa Claus ...

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Remembering … in honor of

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Youth cleans up with new business

Remember that first job you had as a kid? Maybe it was mowing yards, being a babysitter or ...

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Finding his family

As I walked into Panera Bread, Marc Fairchild quipped, “You must know my wife, Morgan?” He is referring ...

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Foxx visits Kiwanis

U.S. Rep. Virginia Foxx visited the Clemmons Kiwanis Club last week, praising the club’s public service and giving ...

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Bataan Death March survivor

It happened at this time of year — way back in 1942 on the Philippine islands that had ...

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Robert O’Keef

Growing up in Rocky Mount, Robert O’Keef did not always expect to retire in Clemmons. But he and ...

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$15 million Elms expansion underway

Construction on Trinity Elms health and rehab, a $15 million skilled care nursing home being built by Lutheran ...

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Keeping the faith in fitness

When Paul Bennett finally turned to the Jerry Long Family YMCA in Clemmons, he knew he was in ...

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Clemmons woman tapped to slow-pitch N.C. hall of fame

The game is played much differently now, but in her time, Debra Koontz of Clemmons was a force ...

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Ward’s Kay named teacher of year

Marvin Ward Elementary School third grade teacher Ramona Kay has been named the school’s teacher of the year. ...

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Council picks Roark to fill vacancy

Continuing what has developed into a trend, the Clemmons Village Council once again promoted a member of the ...

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Lowes Foods upsizes

For the newly refurbished Lowes Foods store in Clemmons, being “local” isn’t just a catch phrase. It’s reality. ...

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West fills bus with food gifts

West Forsyth High students don’t do things in a small way. The school’s Student Leadeership Committee again sponsored ...

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Scotty fever!

Shoppers at Lowes Foods in Clemmons found a special holiday item between the deli and seafood sections last ...

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Nelson takes helm as village mayor

There were plenty of changes in the seating arrangement up front in Village Hall Monday night as Nick ...

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Clemmons native’s book recalls World War II era

He boarded the Southern Railway passenger train at Clemmons Station in 1949, but a part of Elmer L. ...

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