WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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Gov. Roy Cooper will protect access to public records his office and all executive branch agencies maintain, but in order to spread the sunshine to town halls and county boardrooms, the General … more
If North Carolina's "ghost voters" were all clustered in one place, the swelling population would leapfrog Cary as the state's seventh-largest city. In 22 out of our 100 counties, the number of … more
We've had a good view of multiple failed journeys toward federal recognition for the Lumbee Tribe, and this one feels like it has a chance for a different and more satisfying ending. No one pushed … more
Scientists are looking forward to learning a lot from the solar eclipse today. But the nation's energy suppliers don't want any surprises. That's especially important in North Carolina, the … more
There's a difference between Wilson's Civil War memorials and the statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Virginia. That difference may not matter to those who want Confederate symbols … more
Not only have North Carolina's new legislative districts not been set in stone, they're yet to be inked in. But the framework lawmakers will use to draw the maps suggests a lurch to the left for … more
The tipping point, we believe, was reached on Saturday. About 500 Nazis got exactly what they wanted, which was attention and then violence, but to their regret they might have circled Aug. 12 as … more
A gruesome crime cast a pall over Christmas Eve in Wilson County. As Wilsonians settled in for yuletide celebrations, many saw news stories online and on TV reporting that sheriff's deputies had … more
Barton College provides students with a top-flight education on a stately campus and offers abundant opportunities for personal growth outside the classroom through athletics, student government, … more
If newly named White House Chief of Staff John Kelly succeeds in bringing some order to the Trump administration, we hope he'll get the president and Attorney General Jeff Sessions to ponder this: … more
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