WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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We, in the South, all know that a “cricket” in the house is lucky! Join me in putting our lucky cricket, Charlie Pat Farris, in the North Carolina House by voting for him. Emily Carinci Wilson County more
Interesting note on the gubernatorial debate when Attorney General Roy Cooper observed while all of us are praying and trying to help the victims of Hurricane Matthew, our last legislature removed $500,000 from the disaster relief fund and gave it … more
North Korea, China, Russia and Iraq are just a few of the countries who wish the United States harm. Only a naïve and totally oblivious person would deny that there are some bad hombres out there just looking for opportunities to harm Americans. … more
Come on, Susan, don’t be afraid to own up to your smear of our firm (and lawyers everywhere) by hiding behind “Paid for by the N.C. Republican Party — Not authorized by any candidate or committee.” We all recognize this as … more
Election officials make early voting a breeze I visited the Linda Blalock Building today [Friday] to vote early. I am assuming the people working there were volunteers. What a wonderful job they were doing. Just wanted to pass a thank you along … more
A rewrite by the ruling class New preamble to the U.S. Constitution: We, the Politicians of the United States, in order to form a more imperfect Union, establish anarchy, insure domestic chaos, provide not for the common defense, demote the … more
A cruel standard of care I am an obstetrician and after watching the presidential debate last week, I wanted to share some thoughts on the topic of late-term abortion (called partial-birth abortion in the debate). Moderator Chris Wallace … more
Wilsonians come together for flood victims Thank you to all who contributed to the food drive for the victims of Hurricane Matthew at the Brentwood Shopping Center on Thursday! The response was over the top of what I expected. I knew the … more
In the 2016 election season, it has become increasingly difficult to drown out the noise and identify candidates who seek public office as a means to truly serve others. They do exist, however. There are candidates out there who stand for something … more
Thoughts on today’s political sensitivities: An evangelistic family goes in and selects a wonderful bag of examples. How to live. Who and how to love. How to treat others. That bag includes examples of Jesus’ life. Yet in modern time, … more
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