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Bathrooms and wage slaves Dave Hager’s letter on Monday prompted this response, though in doing so, I’ve broken a self-imposed vow not to contribute to this seemingly endless discussion of bathrooms, “safe places” and … more
On behalf of the Board of Directors, members and staff of the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, I wanted to thank everyone who supported our Small Business Month events this May, especially our sponsors: … more
How many times have we asked “Why do they call it the Golden Years?” I have said that so many times I can’t even recall! Yes, as we get older and start having more aches … more
Some North Carolina legislators thankfully gave decent, pro-family conservatives a nice Christmas present. They did this by courageously refusing to repeal House Bill 2, which protects the rights of pro-family conservatives. Repeal of the bill would … more
I am proud, and glad, to live in a town that the local daily paper, in its “letters to the editor” section can affect a positive change. Change that could possibly save a life in the future. Interstate 795 is now properly warned … more
Take a stand against domestic violence October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence affects all races, ages, sexes and socio-economic levels. It can be physical, verbal, emotional or sexual and is a means of intimidation and … more
In the early 1970s, citizens built the current animal shelter on Airport Road. The shelter was paid for by the Humane Society by holding car washes and bake sales. … more
In 2009, the North Carolina State Bar rejected a rule that would require prosecutors to turn over evidence of innocence after a person is convicted. Recently, a five-member ethics subcommittee … more
The term trickle-down-economics is again being tossed about by individuals to represent the economic policies of a past president. What appears to be even more evident is that the individuals who are tossing the phrase … more
Like everyone who sees the news on TV and reads the paper, you would think our country and its leaders have lost their minds. I never thought I would see our country in such a mess. We as a nation are … more
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