WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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Arming classroom teachers is one of the worst ideas I have heard in a long time. As a professor of education for more than 30 years, I have seen the pool of interested students shrink due to a number … more
As I was reminiscing today, my mom came across my mind very heavy. I thought about how hard her life was trying to take care of us. But I’m glad that she is with the Lord — I know that she is in … more
Re: “Cutting taxes on the rich won’t bring growth,” by William T. “Nick” Smith, Monday: Nick Smith and Obama, numbers don’t lie? You’re wrong, Nick, they can lie, especially when … more
It’s that time of year again where the unenlightened residents of Wilson County come out of the shadows. The sheriff race, like the presidential race, shows the true colors of those who are wrapped … more
When our country is being attacked by propaganda or cyber-warfare, why does our leader criticize our own skilled intelligence people in the Justice Department and FBI? We have very reliable, skilled … more
We have more mass shootings in the United States than in all other countries combined. We own more weapons per capita than any other country in the world. This fact continuously feeds on … more
Another school shooting and massacre, another call for gun control. When are the folks who wish to limit the right of law-abiding citizens going to learn that gun control is not the answer to the … more
I did an old thing and it took me down, then I decided to do a new thing and it turned my whole life around! What do you do when life throws you a curveball? You can’t find comfort in your soul … more
In a recent letter to the Times, a conservative asked a litany of questions such as: How do lower corporate and personal income taxes hurt Americans? This is followed by a group of like questions … more
If a man with an AR-15 was standing in front of your child about to shoot to kill, would you still protect his right to own a gun? Is this what it takes to get Congress to do something about the … more
Re: “Why not allow felons to vote?” by Thomas L. Knapp, Wednesday: Does Mr. Knapp want felons to vote, then hold office and govern the law-abiding citizens? Then he should move to California, … more
Even though my parents were from up north — Jersey City and Boston, New Jersey — they were strict on us. They had a keen sense of responsibility and right and wrong. They knew they would not be … more
Re: “IB program a worthy investment” by Bobi Gregory, Tuesday: Ms. Gregory defends the Wilson County Schools International Baccalaureate program by extolling its academic virtues and citing … more
It is so rewarding when people step up to the plate to help those in need, but, it is even more special and rewarding when members of our own Wilson Police Department step up to help! Our … more
What are our governor and legislative leaders doing? Now they have thrown the school systems into the miry mix of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline nightmare! On Jan. 26, Gov. Roy Cooper announced that … more
Re: “Schools’ IB program an expensive failure,” by Julia Yancey, Jan. 25: Oh, Ms. Yancey. You do not know what you are talking about in your letter about the IB program. How does a … more
Re: “The 45th administration: A test of government,” by George Leach, Wednesday: George, I’m not sure whom you mean by “many” not liking the State of the Union speech. If you mean the … more
Not all angels are sent to announce virgin births or the destruction of sinful cities like Sodom and Gomorrah. On some occasions, they may even take on the appearance of an ordinary guy driving a … more
All the characters of the beloved musical stage production of “Seussical the Musical” came together last weekend on the stage of the Edna Boykin Cultural Center as the Arts Council of Wilson’s … more
If a foreign government, historically hostile to our country and our constitutional form of government, attempted to undermine our democracy by attacking our electoral system, what truly patriotic … more
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