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Re: “Saving pets’ lives takes backseat to a petty turf tussle,” June 3: This piece is truly why newspapers are needed in an educated society. With the newspaper, you can get the abstract effect as you and Dave DiFilippo do so … more
The Times has written several editorials about pay increases for Wilson’s seven council members and the mayor. In this time of political turbulence, the paper’s efforts to hold public servants accountable merit praise. What does not … more
Ever thought how accurate that agenda-driven drivel show’s name is, “The View?” As in the supposedly one and only view — and each time the one smart gal on the end tried to say Trump won and explain his stance, Whoopi … more
The Wilson Botanical Gardens Board of Directors would like to thank everyone who came to our STEM Garden ribbon-cutting ceremony. This new garden, a unique approach to providing science, technology, engineering and mathematics programs to … more
I am writing to publicly express our gratitude to a few local Wilson businesses for their assistance in helping Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf students graduate with a diploma. As many know, the end of the school year is quickly … more
There are currently two bills in the N.C. General Assembly, one in the House of Representatives and one in the state Senate, that are dangerous and can affect North Carolinians adversely. House Bill 36 and Senate Bill 342, titled the Enact … more
There were some important veterans left out in this year’s Memorial Day celebrations. They were the U.S. American Indian Code Talkers from the Navajo and Comanche tribes. If it were not for their contributions during World War II, it would … more
Re: “Trump misleads on NATO members’ defense,” June 1: A recent letter claimed President Trump “is destroying our country” through his policies. Let’s use objective measures to assess the … more
OK, first, let me get this out of the way: I am a terrible speller — always have been. I remember in elementary school I had to sit down in the first round of the classroom spelling bees. Hated it but survived further education, and without … more
Politically correct phrases hide meaning, truth The term political correctness is being tossed about these days. Just what is political correctness? To some, it is a way of describing something in less emotional terms. To others, it is a way of … more
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