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United Way of Sampson County aims to help the community thrive by using the money donated to the organization and investing it in programs throughout... [Read More]
Ten Clinton residents have been selected to serve on the Fallen Heroes Committee, a group approved by Mayor Lew Starling and the City Council in... [Read More]
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Sampson County Schools recently honored educators and leaders for their contributions throughout the district. [Read More]
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Working hard, eating healthy, and being honest and kind are Hilda Jones' secrets to longevity. A resident of Rolling Ridge, a DePaul Senior Living Community... [Read More]
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Veronica Murphy traveled from Wake County to purchase Christmas bows to decorate her home and yard. [Read More]
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Three in One Family Center has tripled its free food distribution supply every Wednesday and will continue giving out that supply until the end of... [Read More]
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Last year, courts and stadiums in Sampson County were filled with supporters in the stands watching local student-athletes compete for championships in basketball and football... [Read More]
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The Midway Lady Raiders volleyball team took on fellow East Central Conference foe Spring Creek this week on the court. Donning masks as part of... [Read More]
"Halt! Who goes there?" demands the sentry, manning the outpost. The guard's duty is to protect the fort, building or camp. He has the firepower... [Read More]
Deborah Hall of Sessoms Jewelry, second from left, presents a Clinton High class ring to Hollis Martin, center, honoring her as Clinton City Schools' Teacher... [Read More]
After placing her hand on a Bible and taking an oath, Annette Ricketson is looking forward to her next journey as the town's deputy clerk. [Read More]
Black Lives Matter came up with the single most effective political slogan of the year. [Read More]
SECOND GRADE…... [Read More]
Town officials are continuing to take steps to protect residents amid a new normal because of COVID-19. [Read More]
"He preached as a dying man to dying men." Rev. John Burns' congregation in Lawrence, Massachusetts, knew he was suffering from a fatal kidney disease... [Read More]
Clinton native and former National Football League player Willie Parker, through his non-profit 39 Legends Foundation, gave out close to 600 turkeys the weekend before... [Read More]
In 1789 President Washington proclaimed a National Day of Thanksgiving, but this was hit or miss, and it was observed intermittently until 1863 when Lincoln... [Read More]
As COVID-19 challenges continue, Sampson County Schools is moving forward with plans to have all high school students in classes for the second half of... [Read More]
The Vine Fellowship will be giving out free contactless meals for the community on Thanksgiving Day. [Read More]
After compiling a stellar, undefeated season, the Harrells Crusaders departed for Arden, NC, on Thursday as they braced for the NCISAA Division II State Championship... [Read More]
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