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Many interesting articles appear in The Wilson Times and Thursday’s column by Danny Tyree, “Misrepresenting the Statue of Liberty,” stands out as one of the most profound and honest I have read … more
As I watched President Trump give the State of the Union address and discuss the positives accomplishments that have been made, I was appalled by Democrats not standing or clapping! More jobs? No … more
The new tax laws that are supposed to help the vast majority of Americans decrease their tax liability seem to have overlooked one major deduction that affects everyone with a child in college or … more
On Thursday, two people from the county office came in and told us we had 12 months to get a commercial driver license or a doctor’s note, or we were not going to be able to keep our positions … more
A bedrock principle in the U.S. Constitution is that people should be treated fairly in our courts. And that extends to fair treatment by law enforcement. Many can question how well this was always … more
In Monday’s edition of The Wilson Times, page 3A: “Butterfield said his offices in Wilson, Durham and Washington will remain open during the shutdown.” On page 5A: “The federal … more
The Edna Boykin Cultural Center was alive with music and singing Saturday night as Boykin Series 21 returned with the Motown Soul and Groove Show with Chrissy Oravits and The Nutones band. A … more
In spite of budgetary constraints that have entailed the dismissal or reassignment of teachers from ancillary positions such as reading coach to the regular classroom, Wilson County Schools continues … more
I am sure your frequent letter-writers Deborah Baro and William T. “Nick” Smith were distressed to learn that President Trump had a perfect score on cognitive testing during his recent physical. … more
“Long before the day when whole families swallowed the poison together and nurses (actual nurses!) used hypodermics to squirt death down the throats of squalling infants, Jim Jones was preparing … more
I am curious as to who oversees the efficiency of the EMS service in Wilson. Is this a contract service for the city? My concern stems from two incidents: • 1. Last weekend during a … more
Again and again, liberals have criticized the Trump administration on a number of issues. Here’s my challenge: I would like to see a column or letter from one of the liberal Democrats that will … more
Democrats only want to help illegals and give them amnesty, but not help our veterans, homeless, fatherless and poor! Why is that? Leaked memos show that Democrats need votes and want these … more
At the Wilson County Department of Social Services, we strive to continuously improve the quality of our work and the services we offer to our fellow Wilson County citizens. We evaluate our efforts … more
Prohibition has ended! Hoist your glass of beer. The Wilson City Council has unanimously recognized that the sign — art — will stay. Great job, Rhyan Breen and Will Farris. And a shout-out … more
Mr. Youssef states “In the beginning, I did not see this concluding in our favor...” I am confused with his beginning. Was the beginning when he decided he would hire someone to create this … more
“Lying Donald,” during his campaign for the presidency, boasted that he “would be the greatest job creator that God has ever made” as he committed to create 25 million new jobs. After his … more
Many have hailed Oprah Winfrey’s speech at Hollywood’s latest self-adulation ceremony as presidential. Praising women who have come forward to accuse their male oppressors, Oprah envisioned a … more
As a member of the federal community who served our country for years, I am concerned with an attempt to force current U.S. Postal Service retirees onto Medicare Part B, after they previously … more
I seldom listen to Rush Limbaugh but the other day I had to do some running around, so I flipped the radio on to Mr. Limbaugh’s talk show. As usual, Mr. Limbaugh was on one of his rants. The … more
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