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I’m a North Carolina sports fan and I remember: Michael Jordan and David Thompson; Dean Smith and Earl Smith; Mike Krzyzewski and Mike Gminski; Cam Newton and Joe Morgan; Jim Perry … more
I would like to let everyone in the Selma area know of an important upcoming event in our community. The Selma Ministries Association is spearheading our 11th annual “Arms Around Selma” event on … more
In reading Keith Barnes’ recent column on newspapers errors, typos and goof-ups dated July 17 in the Johnstonian and Wilson Times, I remember a former local newspaper, the Kenly News, printing … more
Another WTSB radio broadcast aired 17 July with Sheriff Steve Bizzell and it was another “fluff piece” designed to promote how wonderful he is and how well he claims to work with others. This, of … more
Melania Trump (Melanija Knavs) from Yugoslavia legally immigrated to the United States, leaving a communist country. She has a biblical Ruth spirit as a wife and is extremely competent as first lady. … more
My lawyer asked me this question back in 2015: “Why do you like Trump?” I supported Donald Trump since the day he came down the escalator. I knew he was a winner. I knew all about him from … more
The appointment of the equity cabinet chief made by Johnston County Public Schools Superintendent Ross Renfrow is yet another glaring example of marginalization of an African American … more
Why is that horse being whipped for tourist rides or a cat’s head drilled into at a lab? Why are rabbits skinned for fur and lambs screaming in pain for cashmere? Why is that monkey in a tube or … more
When slavery was at its peak in 1860, 1.6% of U.S. citizens owned slaves and indentured servants of all races. H.K Edgerton is an African American who is a member of Sons of the Confederacy who … more
As business leaders in the state of North Carolina, we know firsthand that a strong workforce is essential to North Carolina’s economy. We also know that employee health is a big contributor to the … more
Insanity is defined as doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. This happens in Johnston County when we continue to elect the same people. After they have been in their … more
Regarding the March 25 article in the Johnstonian News, “Teacher denies MLK, Trump comments,” a man I never met wrote things online about me that are not true. I am a certified K-12 teacher … more
Democrats in 2020 are running to tax churches to pay for Medicare for All. They consider churches bigoted and benefiting from a tax-exempt status. In 1894, the federal income tax exemption on … more
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