WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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The Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a 600-mile natural gas pipeline from West Virginia through Virginia and eight eastern North Carolina counties proposed by Dominion, Duke Energy and other partners is a project that is not needed. A brochure published … more
On the Fourth of July, fireworks were exploding all around our neighborhood. The noise frightened our cat Rowdy, and when the door was opened, our scared cat ran into the dark of night. In the … more
Re: “Liberals took a stand against Nazi intimidation” by Dave Hager: Ease your mind, Dave. You didn’t hurt my feelings, so need to feel “so sorry.” As to your letter, just a few observations, if you don’t mind. 1. My letter … more
Re: “Labor Day evolves from early roots to today’s challenges,” editorial, Monday: This editorial was written three years ago, but not too much has changed since then. It notes that in July 2014, more than 10 percent of Wilson County … more
To make a long story short, it doesn’t make any sense for our citizens to be more concerned about some Confederate statues when it’s part of our history. Many people don’t even know the meaning of them and haven’t seen them. Trust and … more
There are two North Carolina laws that should be enforced to stop hate groups at public events and destruction of property. Senior citizens and parents are reluctant to visit historic sites for fear of being harmed! All law enforcement must … more
In response to Mark Levin’s letter calling the bureaucrats who are trying to hold the Fitz-Geralds and their nonprofit up to state code “nitwits,” (“Wilsonians should help fund For the Love … more
Regarding Gary Daynes’ recent column concerning Barton (“Barton’s mission is to support speech that leads to learning,” Aug. 24), I would suggest that he use the headline for a topic … more
After watching the Charlottesville confrontation and recent events in California, it is difficult to determine which group hated the other the most. What began as a protest for removing the statue … more
At the risk of losing friends, may I comment on one of the president’s points in both his Charlottesville I and Charlottesville II remarks? It seemed to me the most intelligent sentence of the … more
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