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The Life and Times Podcast, Nov. 20, 2019
A look back at the first round of the NCHSAA football playoffs, who won and who lost and what to expect in the second round as well as … Read More
Lady Chargers hold off Lady Knights
The fourth quarter was the only one that mattered in the end. Playing at Greenfield on Monday night, the Wilson Christian girls … Read More
Bailey delighted to be a Demon Deacon
In three-plus seasons at Greenfield School, Dji Bailey has already left a mark on the Knights basketball program. The 6-foot-5 senior … Read More
1 person dead in DMV officer-involved shooting: Senior center robbed, incidents may be linked
One person is dead following a Wednesday shooting involving a N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles officer.   The State Bureau of … Read More
Shaky start to season for Cycs
After rallying from a double-digit deficit to come within two points of Fayetteville Northwood Temple Academy at the half, a big third … Read More
Nervous Lady Cycs fall in opener
The Community Christian girls basketball team admittedly was nervous against Fayetteville Northwood Temple Academy on Tuesday night at … Read More
The Life and Times Podcast, Nov. 12, 2019
It's the time of the season for changing seasons as the boys downshift seamlessly between football playoffs and the start of … Read More
North Johnston grinds out 2-1 victory over North Lenoir
KENLY — Although at one point it looked like it might be, the third matchup on the year against North Johnston was not the charm for … Read More
Demons do it right
The host Fike High boys soccer team proved superior structurally and strategically the first 70 minutes and then withstood a composure … Read More
Recipe inspired by a Disney trip
My family’s trip to Disney World last month was filled with fun rides and attractions, relaxing time by the pool, lots of walking … Read More
Family displaced in fire
LUCAMA — A family was without a home Monday after a fire destroyed a house in rural Wilson County. The single-story, wooden home … Read More
Wilson wound up for whirligigs: Festival draws crowd for activities, vendors
An estimated 40,000 people herded into Wilson’s downtown streets Saturday and Sunday for the 15th annual North Carolina Whirligig … Read More
Students get in character for Halloween parade
All across Wilson County, students took their costumes to school for Halloween Thursday. At Lee Woodard Elementary School, most of … Read More
Truck collides with mower on I-795: Tractor driver hospitalized, traffic stopped for 2 hours
BLACK CREEK — A pickup truck collided with a tractor mower Thursday afternoon on Interstate 795 South, sending one man to the … Read More
Championship dreams stay alive
Scoring three unanswered goals in the second half, the Greenfield boys soccer team punched its return ticket to the finals of the 1-A … Read More
Long ball kicks Chargers into NCCSA 2-A semifinals
Execution of set pieces was not sharp, but the long ball kicked the Wilson Christian Academy varsity boys soccer team into the North … Read More
Livestock competitors shine at state fair: Wilson youth show pigs, lambs and cattle
RALEIGH — Under the Kelley Building’s arched roof, Sarah Scott brushes her pigs one last time before entering the show … Read More
Bulldogs fan out, pitch in: Barton students hold 12th Day of Service
Despite steady, soaking rain, 800 Barton College students fanned out across Wilson to rake, shovel, sweep, haul and perform a range of … Read More
Dusty sweet potato harvest underway: Crop rebounds from last year’s hurricane harvest
Last year, Wilson County soaked up heavy rains from Hurricane Florence. Sweet potato growers faced muddy fields with low spots … Read More
Stretchers help medics, patients: Power-load equipment new to Wilson
Wilson County Emergency Medical Services has a new piece of technology that not only eases the load for first responders, but makes … Read More