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Arboretum Adult Education Continues Online in Spring 2021 Cooperative Extension

Arboretum Adult Education Continues Online in Spring 2021

Published by Leslie Rose / January 14, 2021

For spring 2021, N.C. Cooperative Extension, Forsyth County Center, will continue the Arboretum Adult Education series with virtual classes each month.

National Guard helps with COVID-19 vaccination Public Health

National Guard helps with COVID-19 vaccination

Published by Todd Luck / January 12, 2021

National Guard members are now helping the Forsyth Department of Public Health with their COVID-19 vaccine rollout.


Piedmont Landscape & Green Industry 2021 Webinar Series Cooperative Extension

Piedmont Landscape & Green Industry 2021 Webinar Series

Published by Leslie Rose / January 11, 2021

N.C. Cooperative Extension is hosting a webinar series in February for landscapers and other green industry professionals.

Smith Reynolds Airport contributes $815 million, 3,665 jobs to local economy Airport

Smith Reynolds Airport contributes $815 million, 3,665 jobs to local economy

Published by Todd Luck / January 11, 2021

Smith Reynolds Airport has an $815 million impact on the local economy and supports 3,665 jobs according to a new report from the N.C. Department of Transportation’s Aviation Division.


Lewisville Fire Department has won an international award recognizing the innovative use of drones b Emergency Services

Lewisville Fire Department has won an international award recognizing the innovative use of drones b

Published by Todd Luck / January 7, 2021

Lewisville Fire won a Higgins and Langley Memorial Awards Special Commendation from the International Association of Water Rescue Professionals (IAWRP). The ceremony for the awards was canceled this year due to COVID-19. Representatives from the fire department will be invited to attend the IAWRP Symposium in South Bend, IN on June 6 to receive their award.

Text and email now used to reach people with COVID-19 Public Health

Text and email now used to reach people with COVID-19

Published by Todd Luck / January 4, 2021

State and local health departments are now using text and email to inform people they’re positive for COVID-19 or may have been exposed to it.

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