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An open letter of apology
An open letter of apology During this week commemorating the walk from Selma to Montgomery that culminated at the state capital on March 25, 1965, I would like to offer an apology to the man who wa ...



Letter to the Editor
Thanks from the Wilson County Extension Service On behalf of the Wilson County Extension Service, we would like to express our sincere appreciation to Stephanie Creech and The Wilson Times for the ...



The FCC ruling was enormous for the City of Wilson' Greenlight Broadband
The FCC ruling was enormous for the City of Wilson’ Greenlight Broadband The FCC ruling was enormous and a great achievement for the City of Wilson’s Greenlight broadband network. Hopef ...



Kudos to crew of train 89 Palmetto
Kudos to crew of train 89 Palmetto My mom and I boarded Amtrak 89 Palmetto from Washington ,D.C., for Wilson, on Monday, March 9. The journey started well, everything in place and on time. Suddenly ...



A response to resident who weighed in on forum
A response to resident who weighed in on forum On Saturday, Feb. 28, a Wilson resident weighed in on a forum held at Barton College. The issue was race and it may be considered a first of that magn ...



Sacrifices of the military
Sacrifices of the military Well, well. I must say that the impossible has happened. Hades has frozen over. That is what I have said many times would happen before I would agree with Nick on anythin ...



Volunteer honored by GOP award
Volunteer honored by GOP award I never saw it coming! What a pleasant surprise to learn that I was one of the recipients of the “Volunteer of the Year” award given by the Wilson GOP. It ...



Response to Tony Stone
Response to Tony Stone Mr. Stone, I read your letter in Friday’s paper, and I am asking you to reconsider your criticism of Congressman Butterfield. Prime Minister Netanyahu is a forceful, ...



Are you prepared?
Response to Tony Stone Mr. Stone, I read your letter in Friday’s paper, and I am asking you to reconsider your criticism of Congressman Butterfield. Prime Minister Netanyahu is a forceful, ...



Same old same old
Same old same old Well, it appears the Republican-controlled 115th Congress is just a roll over from the do nothing 114th Congress, same old same old. If you recall Mr. Boehner’s main gripe w ...



Thank you Congressman for your boycott
Thank you, Congressman, for your boycott Thank you, Mr. Butterfield for taking part in the disgraceful boycott of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s address to the U.S. House and Senate. Your ...



Do we live in a democracy?
Do we live in a democracy? This past Monday night a half dozen citizens voiced their concerns and questions about animal control issues in our county. At this writing, animal advocates have not bee ...



Be a superhero, give blood
Be a superhero, give blood Although the Fike High School’s blood drive theme is “Keep Calm and Be a Hero - Give Blood,” you will not need to wear tights, a mask or even a cape whe ...




Cox will be missed This past Friday a wonderful part of a lot of our lives, Mr. Guy Cox, quit answering the bell for the elevator bell at Raines and Cox. Going with Guy and Charlie up that elevator ...



Thank you from Wilson County DSS
Thank you from Wilson County DSS Thank you to The Wilson Times for your recent coverage and editorial on the Point-in-Time (PIT) Count for Homelessness. As you noted the plight of homelessness does ...



People have power
People have power Why do you think the Wilson County Commissioner’s Animal Subcommittee met last week? It was because of you! Your letters to the editor, your comments via the Internet and t ...



The house of knowledge
The house of knowledge A successful operation, be it private or public, that serves the public always jiggles my imagination as to what brought about their lofty achievement. You can bet your all- ...



Reader weighs in on recent event focusing on race
Reader weighs in on recent event focusing on race After reading The Wilson Times article on “Bridging the Racial Divide” and reading the comments by some of the participants of the meet ...



A positive from the storm
A positive from the storm I suspect most of us would agree there have been few positives associated with the recent bout of winter weather - school closings, icy roads, higher utility bills, lost b ...




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