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GovDeals Surplus Personal Property Auction General Services

GovDeals Surplus Personal Property Auction

Published by Tim Mendenhall / August 20, 2019

Surplus county property will be up for bid on GovDeals from August 19 through September 2. Items can be viewed online, and appointments can also be arranged to view the items in person.

2019 Ag Bus Tour Highlights Cooperative Extension

2019 Ag Bus Tour Highlights

Published by April Bowman / August 20, 2019

The 2019 Ag Bus Tour was an educational delight as farmers, aspiring farmers, 4-H youth, and others just wanting to learn more about agriculture gathered together to tour farms and agricultural businesses in Southern Virginia.


Uzodinma Iweala, author of "Speak No Evil"  to visit Winston-Salem in September Library

Uzodinma Iweala, author of "Speak No Evil" to visit Winston-Salem in September

Published by Mary Giunca / August 20, 2019

"Speak No Evil" by Uzodinma Iweala, is this year's On The Same Page community read. He'll visit Winston-Salem for two events in September.

First two schools from 2016 bonds will open for new school year Forsyth County

First two schools from 2016 bonds will open for new school year

Published by Todd Luck / August 19, 2019

A brand new Konnoak Elementary School and a new combined Paisley IB Magnet and Lowrance Middle schools will welcome students this school year, thanks to voter-approved school bonds.


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Katharine Reynolds's Educational Mission, 1913-1924: Free Lecture at Walkertown

Published by Walkertown Branch / August 18, 2019

The short life of Kathryn Reynolds had a big influence on education in Winston-Salem. Hear how a model farm and other innovations still affect education in Forsyth County today. Presented by Phil Archer, Betsy Main Babcock Deputy Director at Reynolda House Museum of American Art. Sponsored by the Walkertown Area Historical Society. Walkertown Branch Library, Tuesday, September 17, 6:30 p.m.

 Visitor Spending Continues to Increase in Forsyth County Forsyth County

Visitor Spending Continues to Increase in Forsyth County

Published by Visit Winston-Salem / August 16, 2019

Visitor spending in Forsyth County generated more than $950 million in 2018, which is an increase of 5.8 percent over 2017 figures, according to a study by Visit North Carolina.

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