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Billboard protests HPU law school dean

HIGH POINT — A liberal-leaning political group put up a billboard along Interstate 74 on Tuesday protesting the selection two months ago of former N.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark D. Martin as the inaugural dean of the High Point University Law School. The group says it’s protesting because...
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Arts Council names new leader

HIGH POINT — A woman with a background in music and recreation has been chosen as the new executive director of the High Point Arts Council. Alexandra Arpajian of Greensboro will succeed Debbie Lumpkins, who is retiring after more than two decades of service to the High Point arts community, High Point Arts Council board chair Carlos Olvera announced Tuesday. He said Arpajian brings extensive knowledge of organizational development and management, fundraising, partnership-building, arts and education program development, and facilities management.
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NorthState officially becomes Lumos

HIGH POINT — Two years after High Point telecom company NorthState was acquired, the name is now officially gone. It’s part of a new, unified brand called Lumos that was announced Monday in conjunction with its sister brand, Virginia-based Lumos Networks.
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Woman accused of insurance fraud

HIGH POINT — A High Point woman has been accused of presenting fraudulent documents to obtain more than $45,000 from an insurance company. Kia Michelle Pair, 32, of Burton Avenue, was charged with insurance fraud and obtaining property by false pretense, both felonies, Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey announced Tuesday.
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