Showing latest news headlines from the Sampson Independent newspaper
What would you do? - Clintonnc
You’ve received the warning. You have three choices. You can convert to Islam, pay a steep tax, or be killed. The government will not help, because those making the threats are now the government. The police will not help you, because your accusers are ...
Sowing seeds of renewed life - Clintonnc
In the past five years, Clinton native Donald Ringley has gotten married to the love of his life, watched his granddaughter grow up and shared an emotional experience with fellow cancer survivors celebrating renewed life. If not for quality care and ...
Subway comes to Harrells - Clintonnc
HARRELLS — Deloris Fennell watched as fresh vegetables were spread across her cold cut sub, before it was wrapped up and placed in a sack. On her way out, she grabbed a bag of oven baked potato chips and a small bottle of Coca-Cola. For Fennell and other ...
It’s vital consumers understand importance of Open Enrollment period - Clintonnc
On March 23, 2010, President Barack Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), commonly called the Affordable Care Act(ACA) or “Obamacare.” This new law required that most people have health insurance coverage by Jan ...
Athlete Profile: Shyquan Brunson - Clintonnc
Shyquan Brunson is a rising junior at Union High School. Although he plays other sports, football is his favorite. “I’ve played football all of my life. My family loves the sport and loves to watch me play. It is really a lot of fun and I love it ...
Mold and moisture - Clintonnc
Molds can be found almost anywhere; they grow on virtually any organic substance, as long as moisture and oxygen are present. If mold is a problem in your home, clean up the mold and get rid of the excess water or moisture. Molds can grow on wood, paper ...
Rotary officers installed - Clintonnc
The Clinton Rotary Club recently installed its officers for the new club year. They are, from left: Stacy Autry, treasurer; Charlie Powell, president; Candy Taylor, president-elect; Norman Johnson, past president; and Susan Melchor, secretary.
1 in custody; 1 on loose after home invasion - Clintonnc
One Garland man is in custody and another still on the loose after a home invasion in the southern Sampson County town early this morning. Josh Montoya, 19, of 633 West 2nd Ave., is currently being processed by Sampson County Sheriff’s investigators, and ...
2 now jailed for home invasion - Clintonnc
Two Garland men are now behind bars facing multiple felony charges related to an early Friday morning home invasion in Garland. One of the pair turned himself in to county investigators late Saturday afternoon; the other was taken into custody late Friday.
Garland man facing multiple felonies - Clintonnc
One Garland man is in custody and another still on the loose after a home invasion in the southern Sampson County town early Friday morning. Josh Montoya, 19, of 633 West 2nd Ave., was jailed late Friday night and charged with a laundry list of felonies ...