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Re: “IB program a worthy investment” by Bobi Gregory, Tuesday: Ms. Gregory defends the Wilson County Schools International Baccalaureate program by extolling its academic virtues and citing … more
It is so rewarding when people step up to the plate to help those in need, but, it is even more special and rewarding when members of our own Wilson Police Department step up to help! Our … more
What are our governor and legislative leaders doing? Now they have thrown the school systems into the miry mix of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline nightmare! On Jan. 26, Gov. Roy Cooper announced that … more
Re: “Schools’ IB program an expensive failure,” by Julia Yancey, Jan. 25: Oh, Ms. Yancey. You do not know what you are talking about in your letter about the IB program. How does a … more
Re: “The 45th administration: A test of government,” by George Leach, Wednesday: George, I’m not sure whom you mean by “many” not liking the State of the Union speech. If you mean the … more
Not all angels are sent to announce virgin births or the destruction of sinful cities like Sodom and Gomorrah. On some occasions, they may even take on the appearance of an ordinary guy driving a … more
All the characters of the beloved musical stage production of “Seussical the Musical” came together last weekend on the stage of the Edna Boykin Cultural Center as the Arts Council of Wilson’s … more
If a foreign government, historically hostile to our country and our constitutional form of government, attempted to undermine our democracy by attacking our electoral system, what truly patriotic … more
Re: "Talk Back," Commentary page, Jan. 31: Please leave the statues where they are! Educate the misinformed, would-be destroyers. Ruth T. Sherman Wilson     more
As an occupational therapist, I've seen how my profession can help empower clients across the lifespan. My profession has helped people get their lives back after illness and injury. Occupational … more
The Never-Trumpers and the Trump-haters are missing an important time in history. Instead of looking at Trump through damaged and distorted points of view, they should be looking at what is going on … more
Many interesting articles appear in The Wilson Times and Thursday’s column by Danny Tyree, “Misrepresenting the Statue of Liberty,” stands out as one of the most profound and honest I have read … more
As I watched President Trump give the State of the Union address and discuss the positives accomplishments that have been made, I was appalled by Democrats not standing or clapping! More jobs? No … more
The new tax laws that are supposed to help the vast majority of Americans decrease their tax liability seem to have overlooked one major deduction that affects everyone with a child in college or … more
On Thursday, two people from the county office came in and told us we had 12 months to get a commercial driver license or a doctor’s note, or we were not going to be able to keep our positions … more
A bedrock principle in the U.S. Constitution is that people should be treated fairly in our courts. And that extends to fair treatment by law enforcement. Many can question how well this was always … more
In Monday’s edition of The Wilson Times, page 3A: “Butterfield said his offices in Wilson, Durham and Washington will remain open during the shutdown.” On page 5A: “The federal … more
The Edna Boykin Cultural Center was alive with music and singing Saturday night as Boykin Series 21 returned with the Motown Soul and Groove Show with Chrissy Oravits and The Nutones band. A … more
In spite of budgetary constraints that have entailed the dismissal or reassignment of teachers from ancillary positions such as reading coach to the regular classroom, Wilson County Schools continues … more
I am sure your frequent letter-writers Deborah Baro and William T. “Nick” Smith were distressed to learn that President Trump had a perfect score on cognitive testing during his recent physical. … more
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