442 results total, viewing 41 - 50
Arts council bustling with activity During the roof replacement on the Wilson Arts Center building, meetings and receptions continued in full force — as evidenced by a recent Tuesday night on which we had six different group activities … more
Handle lawmaker pay like teachers’ raises So, I read my Feb. 20 Wilson Times and was relieved that my name and picture wasn’t on the obituary page. Then I looked over to the opinion page and saw the editorial: “Better lawmaker … more
Pipeline offers us risks with no benefits The Federal Regulatory Energy Commission held a public comment session in the Forest Hills Middle School auditorium on Feb. 14 to give residents of Wilson County an opportunity to give verbal or written … more
Democrats: Sore losers and obstructionists Re: “Trump seeks to rule, not govern,” by George Leach, Feb. 11: You state that elections are a serious business. Ask former CNN’s Donna Brazile how she could disregard all rules and … more
‘We the People’ have recourse I think about the future because I have grandchildren. I wonder if the United States of America will even exist for them. The federal debt is more than $20 trillion with no end to spending in sight. … more
Heed the clarion call to community service As a nation who proclaims “In God We Trust” and as people of the same faith, we are personally assured that while the dark clouds of failure, disappointment and other political ills hang … more
How will Trump stack up against past presidents? In order to realize President Trump’s objectives to bring America’s past greatness forward and “Make America Great Again,” we need to identify and evaluate those periods in … more
What has HB2 accomplished? Re: Tuesday’s Times editorial, “If HB2 can’t be enforced, why have it?” Very well said! Hugh Hussey Wilson more
Trump an impostor playing the hero In order to be a hero, there has to be something conquered, and our president is trying so hard to conjure up what might scare us. Telling us we need more military when it’s already estimated to be 180 … more
DeVos can overhaul bloated bureaucracy The federal Department of Education provokes visions of busy bureaucrats feverishly slaving away to find the best methodologies and techniques with which to educate America’s children. In fact, the … more
« Prev | 1 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 45 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.