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Wilson City Little League is ready for its Southeast regional closeup. Starting this summer, Southern Bank Stadium will be home to the Little League Tournament of State Champions for the Ages 8-10 … more
The 15th annual Buckhorn Reservoir Regatta makes its return to Wilson with a three-day showing at Buckhorn Lake beginning Friday and running through Sunday. Admission is free. Outboard powerboat … more
On one of our recent daily walks that have become part of our routine during this time of coronavirus, my wife, Tabitha, and I cut behind Recreation Park Community Center from Lynch Circle. Walking … more
Wilson Country Club senior golfer Bill Vasquez took his game out of town and carded a hole-in-one in the Capital Area Senior Men’s Golf Association outing at Greenville Country Club on … more
I enjoy looking back at the history of hunting in North America. I find the stories entertaining, enriching and enlightening. Many people have heard how President Theodore Roosevelt pioneered the … more
It was tough. Climbing mountains is hard work, especially during the summer in a North Carolina climate. Yet here we were, scaling the fourth-highest peak in the mountain range. Our muscles aching, … more
Avery Roberts and Josiah Lewin reign as the overall champions in the annual Carolina Fishers of Men Inshore Trail’s Kids Day on the Pond outing last Saturday at the Walston family pond in … more
This past weekend the wife and I decided to go camping. Bear in mind that the temperatures were expected to be around 90 degrees for the high, and there was a really strong chance of … more
KERNERSVILLE — The Wilson City Little League Ages 11-12 All-Stars are heading back to the big stage. In come-from-behind fashion, Wilson completed an undefeated run through the NCLL state … more
While there was no signature moment to define 2019 on The Wilson Times readership-area sports scene, there was no shortage of moments and people that went into making the previous 12 months … more
Africa has a beast known as ‘Black Death.’ No, it isn’t the plague or other disease. It is an animal. The Cape buffalo is notoriously ornery and vindictive, and if one cannot handle … more
The evening carried a touch of somberness and the crowd was a tad smaller than in recent years, but the Wilson Hot Stove burned brightly, the chilly weather outside notwithstanding, for the 45th … more
Tickets are still available for the North Carolina Baseball Museum benefit roast of Wilson County Schools athletic director Jimmy Tillman on Tuesday, Oct. 29. Tickets for the event in the banquet … more
This past Saturday my son Mason, his buddy Tanner and I took off to Raleigh to to see Southern Nash play for the state football title at Carter-Finley Stadium on the campus of the greatest university … more
Youth basketball RESULTS Ages 5-6   War Eagles – 43 Greyhounds – 14 Highlights: War Eagles – Nathan Wilson 17 points, Max Nichols 14 points; Greyhounds … more
Amid lingering restrictions associated with the coronavirus pandemic, the   Wilson Cup men’s interclub golf competition is a go for 2020. Cup founder Kent Williams recently announced … more
While the COVID-19 pandemic shut down all activity for U.S. Youth Soccer Association programs, the Wilson Youth Soccer Association hopes to hit the field soon with tryouts for the 2020-21 … more
Well, would you look at that! After a three-month period of no sports to be found at the local level, events are beginning to trickle back onto the calendar for The Wilson Times readership … more
Wilson native and Southern Nash High graduate Julius Peppers is one of the headliners in the North Carolina Sport Hall of Fame’s 2020 induction class that was announced Wednesday. Peppers, … more
Lee Gliarmis, a pillar of the Wilson community who died last March at the age of 91, was the driving force in 1975 behind the formation and growth of Wilson Hot Stove League, the local organization … more
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