WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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Re: “Trump-hating isn’t the answer to COVID-19” by Carl Hinson, Tuesday: Having blind faith in a blatant liar, Mr. Hinson defends the lack of response from the current administration. … more
I was walking this morning at Lake Wilson and had this thought. A woman can “elect” to murder a child developing in her womb. That same woman cannot “elect” to have any other kind of … more
Re: “Trump to blame for lack of COVID-19 preparedness” by William T. “Nick” Smith, Saturday: For the umpteenth time, the letter from Mr. Smith is received loud and clear demonstrating his … more
I am sitting in the safety and comfort of my living room watching as the USNS Comfort arrives and docks in New York City Harbor. I feel pride in and gratitude for the United States military and all … more
My subject today is preparing for college success. The key to college success is preparation. The time to prepare is now. I suggest that you prepare for the best and the worst. I have three points … more
What can I say about President Trump’s mishandling of both the COVID-19 pandemic in this country and the fallout it’s causing the economy? It’s a full-scale disaster. Things were going … more
Since the founding of the very first Chamber of Commerce in 1599, chambers have strived to build and support their local businesses and communities. Now, in the time of a global pandemic, the local … more
Re: “Supplements can help prevent, treat COVID-19,” by Dr. Lindsey de Guehery, Friday: I would like to thank Dr. de Guehery for the best article on viruses of any kind. He explained what to do … more
I am in Wilson and my son is in Raleigh. I am more concerned about him because there are more COVID-19 cases in Raleigh. Here in Wilson, through social distancing and staying at home practices, … more
We are in this together. I challenge each of you, until this shutdown is over, that every time you go somewhere, write it down! Write down the date, the time, the place, who you visited, every place … more
I have family roots in Wilson and follow your online news. Your mayor has been so impressive in his communications to the people of Wilson in regards to COVID-19. At the end of this, I hope to … more
Our nation was losing the Cold War. Our diplomats were held hostage in Iran. Fear of hijacking gripped international travel and commerce. The economy struggled with double-digit unemployment, … more
Re: “Our mixed economy has always included socialism,” by William T. “Nick” Smith, Saturday: Nick, I have to disagree that our government is a hybrid of democracy and socialism. … more
Re: “Our mixed economy has always included socialism,” by William T. “Nick” Smith, Saturday: A recent letter to the editor noted that socialism has always existed in America, coexisting … more
I have to say that I’m extremely disappointed in some of our local citizens. Those of you who are being greedy and hoarding essential items should be ashamed of yourself. You have caused a great … more
There are presently some 75 socialistic programs actively operating and funded by the American taxpayers through the government, from the military and defense to Medicare to farm and corporate … more
Re: “Could Jr. Golf tourney be near its end?” by Tom Ham, Saturday: After reading Tom’s article about the probability of losing the county golf tournament that for us kids many years ago … more
I appreciate Saturday’s Wilson Times editorial on the certificate of need laws. It was a subject I was working to address in a letter to the editor. I agree completely — this pandemic has … more
As Americans begin dealing with the spread of COVID-19, they can learn a lot from the example set by our nation’s farmers. For years, livestock farmers in North Carolina and beyond have been … more
The murder-suicide of six members of a family on March 15, in Moncure could have been prevented by a red flag law in North Carolina. Larry Ray, age 66, killed his wife Jeannie Ray, age 67, in … more
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