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Local principal completes leadership program - Clintonnc
Linda Jewell-Carr, principal of Union Elementary School, recently completed the Distinguished Leadership Program (DLP), a year-long leadership development program for practicing school principals designed and provided by the North Carolina Principals and ...
South Granville tops Midway in game two of Eastern Championship - Clintonnc
Midway and South Granville will need one more game to decide the champion of the East Region in the NCHSAA 2A Playoffs. After winning game one, the Raiders fell in Creedmoor against the hometown Vikings, 3-1 on Thursday evening. Midway got a great pitching ...
Search in southern Sampson continues - Clintonnc
GARLAND — A massive manhunt for a missing Garland man officially entered into Day 3 Thursday afternoon, with an extensive search and rescue mission proving unsuccessful to this point. It extended through the night Wednesday and continued all day Thursday ...
We must pass from death to life - Clintonnc
As a usual thing, we consider that one passes from life to death. The writer of Hebrews said, “it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment” (Heb. 9:27). Recall all the examples in the genealogies of Genesis chapter five.
It is our vision that resides in us - Clintonnc
Have you ever been in an ‘existing’ only state of being? This state of being is when you’re merely existing in life and not living. Joy and happiness is at a low. Your mind is in constant chaos, barely in the present moment; your mind is already ...
Frank Owens renovates old Dudley building, opens store - Clintonnc
For nearly 20 years, Frank Owens has been serving Sampson County in the furniture business. As the owner of Showroom Furniture just on the outskirts of town, Owens recently opened a second store in a building that has been a staple of Sampson County for ...
SCS receives energy reward - Clintonnc
Sampson County Schools was recognized for their energy saving behavior during a Wednesday board of education meeting. The district achieved a 21 percent cost saving, which totaled $738,041 in 14 months since joining a strategic alliance with Cenergistic, a ...
Community Bulletin Board - Clintonnc
Sampson County 4-H Summer Workshops — are now being advertised and appointments being made for registration for these exciting programs. We have experiences for all age ranges: Cloverbud (ages 5-8), Junior (ages 9-11), Intermediate (ages 12-13) and ...
Church Outreach - Clintonnc
The deadline for church briefs is 5 p.m. on Wednesdays. Place church briefs by emailing [email protected]
or calling the office at 910-592-8137. Briefs run up until the event and do not have to be resubmitted each week. The Rev. C. Eddie McKeep ...
Dalmatians cast continues to look for youngsters - Clintonnc
The cast of “101 Dalmatians”still needs several 3-5 year old youngsters that will play a very small part at the conclusion of the show where they will be needed as small puppies at the Dalmatian Plantation. If you have a child three to five years of ...
Scripture can cure troubles of the heart - Clintonnc
Do you have heart trouble? Entering a new season causes heartfelt issues to rise up inside as we continue to journey through sunshine and sorrow. Heart disease is widespread; yet, a troubled heart can hit us at any age and cause trouble in ways we never ...
Kiwanis honors local students - Clintonnc
Riley Dixon received a bike from the Kiwanis Club for her achievements in the Terrific Kids program. The event was sponsored by Ford of Clinton. The bicycle aisles at Wal-Mart were filled with the smiling faces of children Wednesday evening, many clinging ...
Bracing for impact - Clintonnc
In observance of North Carolina Hurricane Preparedness Week this week and the start of hurricane season just days away, Sampson County emergency officials are urging everyone to make prepare for the worst. Sampson County Emergency Management has encouraged ...
Tales of a secret life - Clintonnc
Donna Carter-Henry lived the most unimaginable life for six years. With hopes of spreading awareness by sharing her story, Carter-Henry has written about that horrific time in her life in her first published book, BL African American Concubine in Clinton.
CHS seniors amass tons of educational dollars - Clintonnc
With school winding down, Skyler Ray spent a portion of her Wednesday morning reviewing paperwork for scholarships. The senior at Clinton High School will graduate in a few weeks and plans to attend Appalachian State University to study environmental science.