WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
LIFESTYLES

Life on the farm: Ag students, teachers tend livestock each summer

Rio Montes and Grayson Howell wash a sheep as one pig watches while another seems content to wallow in the mud at the Beddingfield Agriculture Education Farm.
For nearly three months during the summer break, Beddingfield High School’s agriculture teacher and a small group of students tend to the animals at the Beddingfield Agricultural Education …
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
WEDDINGS

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gray Ferrell

Ferrell-Webb

Lauren Victoria Webb of Stantonsburg and Alex Gray Ferrell of Black Creek were married in a 5 p.m. ceremony on April 27 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Aycock of Stantonsburg. Phil Baucom …

Homes-Harrell

Nissa Lucille Harrell and Cameron Daniel Homes, both of Wilson, were married in a 5:30 p.m. ceremony on May 18 at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church. The Rev. Marty Stebbins and Pastor Gail Skinner …

Matherly-Evans

Laura Cecilia Evans and Jeffrey William Matherly, both of Wilson, were married in a 6 p.m. ceremony on April 6 at SoCo Farm Food. Laney Margolis, humanist celebrant, officiated. The bride is the …

ENGAGEMENTS

Peacock-Willis

Natalie Tenney of Brookfield, Connecticut, announces the engagement of her daughter, Maureen Willis, of Nashville to Cooper Peacock III of Stantonsburg. Parents of the groom are Cooper Peacock …

Thorne-Wilder

Thorne-Wilder

  Ronnie and Cheryl Lamm of the Sandy Cross community announce the engagement of their daughter, Donna Lamm Wilder, to Kevin Brian Thorne, both of Middlesex.  Parents of the groom are …

Wiggs-Hitchcock

Wiggs-Hitchcock

  Mike and Kathy Hitchcock of Clemmons announce the engagement of their daughter, Lydia Hitchcock, to Thorne Wiggs, both of Greenville. The bride is the granddaughter of Mary Glascock of …

ANNIVERSARIES
AT HOME
FOOD

Hot summer months calls for a mix of pesto and pasta

More light and refreshing than a cream-based sauce or a chunky ragu, pesto makes for an excellent accompaniment to pasta during the hot summer months. It couldn’t be simpler to make; just …
Family Life
Taste of the season: Farmers market fruits, veggies near peak

Randy Bailey reached across the table to hand Tom Jones a bag of fresh tomatoes in exchange for a few dollar bills. Bailey works the booth with Old Needmore Farms in Sims, one of the long-term …

Miniature marvels: Tiny critters call botanical gardens home

Summer nights are for baseball

MIND AND BODY
Paint the Park Pink: Catching cancer before it hits home

Do you enjoy watching baseball, supporting our community, raising breast cancer awareness, listening to live music or wearing pink? If you said yes to any of those, then come out to Fleming …

Keep food safety in focus this summer

Can you benefit from home health care?