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The Enterprise welcomes letters to the editor of 350 words or fewer. Letters should be signed with the writer's name and hometown. Include a phone number for verification purposes. Phone numbers are not published. Email your letter to the editor to letters@wilsontimes.com and designate The Enterprise in the subject line or email body.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Raise community college pay to invest in our state

May 31, 2021

As North Carolina faces an economic crisis amidst a pandemic, our community colleges will be key to ...

The Enterprise welcomes letters to the editor of 350 words or fewer. Letters should be signed with the writer's name and hometown. Include a phone number for verification purposes. Phone numbers are not published. Email your letter to the editor to letters@wilsontimes.com and designate The Enterprise in the subject line or email body.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Generous givers blessed 8.9 million kids

January 18, 2021

Despite a global pandemic, residents throughout the Coastal Plain N.C. Area Team shared the true meaning of Christmas...

The Enterprise welcomes letters to the editor of 350 words or fewer. Letters should be signed with the writer's name and hometown. Include a phone number for verification purposes. Phone numbers are not published. Email your letter to the editor to letters@wilsontimes.com and designate The Enterprise in the subject line or email body.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Town should help fix Faith Christian Ministries building

January 11, 2021

Faith Christian Ministries of Spring Hope helped me stop an eviction order and catch up on my back r...

Election battle is part of spiritual war

November 18, 2020

On Nov. 7, I heard these words in response to my question concerning the election: “What now, Holy Spirit?” Immediately I heard “comfort ye — comfort ye My people, saith the Lord of …

100 years of women’s suffrage

August 18, 2020

Aug. 18 marked the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution ensuring American women the right to vote, a right known as women’s suffrage. This was a hard-fought battle …

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Reopening schools is too risky

July 18, 2020

Don’t leave money on the table: Fill out the FAFSA

June 30, 2020

No matter your race, faith, political party or gender, there is one thing we can all agree on: education is the key to greater opportunity and a better life. Especially during this difficult time in …

A letter from your politician

June 2, 2020

I am a politician. I care only about myself. I am a habitual liar with no morals, conscience or integrity. When I decided I was going to run for elective office, it was because I had dreams of …

Clinton Foundation and white-collar crime

October 8, 2019

Have you ever wondered why the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation ceased operations so suddenly? Could it be that Hillary was no longer in a position of influence since she was not going to …

God works through music to fill a ‘Blank Space’

August 7, 2019

Her name, the titles to some of her songs and two pictures of her are tattooed on my left arm. Most people instantly recognize who it is and sometimes ask, “Why her?” I’ve always been …

Illegal immigration an expensive problem

July 30, 2019

Collusion! I know of two “collusions” that happen most every day: the manipulation of gasoline prices sometimes two or three times during a day and the Democratic Party’s constant verbal …

Superintendent, school board made the wrong call

July 2, 2019

As a former member of the Nash County Board of Education and the Nash-Rocky Mount Board of Education — including two years as chairman — I have made no published comment with regard to any …

Time to close North Carolina’s Medicaid gap

March 5, 2019

Gov. Roy Cooper’s State of the State speech laid out opportunities to help North Carolinians overcome challenges. One of those is the lack of health care. It’s time to close the “coverage …

Miniature food pantry helps families meet everyday needs

February 26, 2019

My name is Luke Tingler, I am 12 years old, I am homeschooled and I attend church at Gibson Memorial United Methodist Church in Spring Hope. For our confirmation at church, we have to do a …

Community support made Shop with a Cop shine

December 23, 2018

Thanks to donations, we were again able to help the children of our community this year with Shop with a Cop. Our officers were able to take 11 children to the Zebulon Walmart and help provide …

Trump squandered golden opportunity to unite Americans

September 19, 2018

Re: “Weigh Trump’s results, not the distractions,” by Tom Haitema, Monday: I was not a Trump supporter, but when Trump was elected I was willing to give him a chance and eager to see him …

Weigh Trump’s results, not the distractions

September 16, 2018

Say it all together, “President Trump stretches the truth just like President Obama does.” “President Trump was a womanizer just like Presidents Clinton and Kennedy.” Let’s not get …

Arguments against voter ID don’t hold water

September 14, 2018

As I sat down to have dinner with my family, I noticed that my 2-year-old did not look well. This was surprising to us considering that moments before, he was dashing through the yard with his older …

Border wall will encourage legal immigration

September 13, 2018

Illegal immigration is again in the news because of Mollie Tibbetts’ murder in the heartland by an illegal immigrant. The debate seems to increase and decrease over whatever news story is …

Support Farmer-Butterfield to build Wilson County’s future

September 13, 2018

Wilson County hit the jackpot in the redistricting process for the 2018 elections. Now we have Rep. Jean Farmer-Butterfield and all her energy, attention, effort and most of all, her experience and …


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