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Writer’s ‘admission’ falls flat as rebuttal Re: “Letter writer admits his mistake,” by Ron Taylor, May 9: “Professor” Taylor, if you think you have done any schooling, you have failed … more
Last Sunday I attended the “9 to 5, the Musical” production of The Playhouse of Wilson. I regret that I did not attend the first weekend because it was definitely worth seeing twice. For fear that I will leave out someone I don’t … more
Best Southern food? Nothing but the Whole Truth Why doesn’t everybody in Wilson eat at the Whole Truth Lunchroom? My wife and I recently had lunch at the Whole Truth and the food was absolutely delicious. The selection was varied, … more
I recall President Nixon was up against the wall for impeachment and his stonewalling and delaying tactics were on full display. Lost 18 minutes of critical tape and had his then secretary, Woods, partly cover for him using her 9-inch longer leg … more
After eight years of lies and more lies, the transparency of the Trump administration is a breath of fresh air. The lies started before Obama took office, but we all remember his lies about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: if you … more
While this was briefly mentioned in a recent article, many may not be aware that our hometown paper is quietly supporting some of Wilson’s best people. If you have had the privilege of volunteering for Home-Delivered Meals, you already … more
President Trump was correct on one account: The presidency was rigged — in his favor — and he owes a debt of gratitude to the Russian President Vladimir Putin, Wikileaks’ Julian Assange, fake news and alternative facts in the art … more
Re: “Democrats should stop whining and work across the aisle,” Thursday: Art Tozzi wrote, “ I have seen many letters from left-wingers criticizing certain rhetoric as being mean-spirited and suggesting to the editor that it … more
Re: “Dress code unfair, unevenly enforced,” Saturday: After reading this letter, I said to myself: Wouldn’t this be the perfect and most appropriate time for someone to write a sequel to “The Harper Valley PTA?” … more
When I remarried, my second husband’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Brown, were totally deaf. I learned American Sign Language so I could talk with my husband’s parents. At that time, I had moved to Fuquay-Varina. I don’t … more
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