Saturday Apr 12
Some NC Family Farms Still See Tobacco As Key
But the guaranteed money coming into Tyner's family farming operation has made a difference.
The Montgomery Advertiser
Local college roundup: Troy softball edges UAB
Amanda Winters drove in two runs for the Trojans . Winning pitcher Jaycee Affeldt gave up two runs on five hits and struck out four in five innings.
Orr takes DA office
Robert Orr, a former N.C. Supreme Court justice and N.C. Court of Appeals judge, was sworn in as district attorney for the 24th Judicial District on Wednesday at the Watauga County Courthouse.
Norwalk Citizen News
Tillis bets on NC legislative record in Senate bid
In this Thursday, March 6, 2014 photo, North Carolina House of Representatives Speaker Thom Tillis, R-Mecklenburg, addresses attendees during Wilson County's Republican Convention, held on the campus of Wilson Community College in Wilson, N.C. As one of the architects of the Republican revolution arriving in Raleigh three years ago, Tillis has ... (more)
American Bass Anglers
Robin Bowen Wins at Buckhorn Reservoir
Launching at Buckhorn Ramp near Wilson, NC, the Snow Hill, NC angler caught five bass weighing 20.86 pounds with a 6.62 pound kicker.
Julian Harris was visiting family in Brisbane, Australia. When he returned to his car, he found a police officer had ticketed him for leaving his window partially rolled down.
Rocky Mount Telegram
Old dairy barn near Wilson becomes concert venue
Ed Wooten, left, Ronnie Parrish and Wayne Melvin play music with friends March 18 at the County Line Bluegrass Barn in Wilson, N.C. Local musicians, noted visitors and welcomed guest have made the Tuesday night music gathering a tradition in the former dairy barn.
Rocky Mount Telegram
PT Physician Assistant or Nurse
PT Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner needed for physical medicine and pain practice in Rocky and Wilson.
Spring Hope Enterprise
Bailey to allow Leaning Tree to open full restaurant
By KEN RIPLEY Mary and Richard Wilson, owners of The Leaning Tree property in Bailey, now used for catering special events, have once again been given permission to open a restaurant on the site as well.