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In observance of Patriot Day, The Wilson Times republished two editorials written shortly after 9/11. Here is one of them, published on Sept. 19, 2001. Sunday’s community service on the Wilson … more
It was now 17 years ago, like this year, on a Tuesday, that the worst terror attack in American history took place. Though the years continue to pass by, and Sept. 11, 2001, fades further into the … more
There was a big drug bust in Harnett County last week. Warrants were issued for 30 people, 16 of whom were arrested Thursday. Investigators seized drugs, guns and cash and brought charges that … more
The worst thing about the grim news on the death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico is realizing that so many of those people did not have to die. Nearly a year after the storm slammed the … more
State Treasurer Dale Folwell asked a simple question: How much should North Carolina taxpayers be shelling out for state workers to receive care at UNC Health medical facilities? The University of … more
When all of the state’s living former governors, including Pat McCrory, and all of the state’s former chief justices, including arch-conservative I. Beverly Lake Jr., come out against something … more
To Downtown Wilson The small-town merchant bank founded 146 years ago in Wilson has remained true to its roots as it grew into a financial powerhouse with more than 1,900 U.S. branches and $220 … more
Merit: For the Fayettteville Police Department’s Lt. John Somerindyke and his Special Victims Unit, which arrested and charged a suspect with committing a string of rapes that terrified residents … more
The General Assembly really wants to amend the state constitution. Legislators really want to get their words on the ballot, so you can ratify them in November and allow those words to permit … more
In many ways, the world started over Monday morning as students headed back to the classroom for the beginning of the 2018-19 school year. As we look forward to the crisp days of autumn, to a … more
Decency. Courage. Honor and valor. Sen. John McCain evokes these positive qualities and many more. He’ll be remembered for them, and for his love of country, long after other names in this era are … more
Today marks the start of another school year in our area. Bells this morning welcomed tens of thousands of students to the classroom for 190 days of study. The Daily Record would like to wish … more
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