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Super Tuesday is a wrap, and early voting for the North Carolina primary begins Thursday. The ballot choices go far beyond Hillary or Bernie, or Trump or Cruz, including contested primaries for US Senate, governor and state attorney general, not to mention Forsyth County Commission, Guilford County School Board and Winston-Salem City Council. The Triad City Beat primary voter guide has everything you need to make an informed choice at the polls.


Jerry Herron credit Jordan GreenUrban leaders dismayed that school bond neglects East Winston







Lamar• Editorial: Historical precedent

• It Just Might Work: Vending dog treats on the greenway

• Fresh Eyes: Hillary’s ‘super-predator’ comment instills fear

• Editor’s Notebook: The mission, two years in




NCAA BASEBALL: FEB 26 Binghamton at UNC Greensboro• Citizen Green: Trump must be blocked

• Fun & Games: Spartans stay frosty

• All She Wrote: Oscar the Grouch





Caleb Caudle credit Justin Reich• Food: Locals endorse new downtown coffeeshop

• Barstool: A gay bar, reimagined

• Music: Caleb Caudle gets sober, comes home and makes his finest album yet

• Art: A false start and redemption for Tchaikovsky’s ‘Winter Dreams’


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