- Nissan honored for service - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- Roof restoration projects OK’d for county campus - 7:20 pm
- Crimewatch - 12:47 pm
- Merritt honored by Sampson County Schools after 38 years of service - 7:01 am
- Dirty water dilemma - 6:48 am
- Board OKs cost hike for town coverage - 6:00 am updated: 6:00 am.
- Women to be honored in church celebrations - 9:00 pm
- Thornton earns award - 9:00 pm
- Union High School student awarded MLK scholarship - 8:45 pm updated: 8:45 pm.
- Local youths participate in Southeast District Activity Day - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- Thompson has winning design - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- 2016 Cape Fear Farm Credit Heifer Showdown held - 7:00 pm updated: 7:00 pm.
- Enrollment numbers up at local college - 6:38 pm
- Incentives OK’d for sweet potato packing plant - 1:51 pm
- Libraries offering summer reading program - 12:43 pm
- How to develop a marketing risk plan for your farm - 7:15 am
- Mintz Christian Academy celebrates milestone with first graduating class - 7:05 am
- City proposes small hike to water, sewer fees for 2016-17 - 6:01 am
- Learning made fun - 9:30 pm updated: 9:30 pm.
- Community mourns loss - 1:48 pm
- Crimewatch - 12:39 pm
- Special meeting will cover industry incentives, sheriff contracts - 1:09 pm
- Champions program celebrates student success - 6:24 am
- SCS to improve gifted student program - 6:17 am
- Garland center to host celebration for seniors - 6:06 am
- Learning center students honored - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- Students video conference with poet - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- Union JROTC cadet earns honors - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- Machete-wielding burglary suspect shot by homeowner - 5:50 pm updated: 3:15 pm.
- Crimewatch - 12:17 pm updated: 12:18 pm.
- Veteran Charles Curtis honored by Daughters of the American Revolution - 7:01 am
- SCS officials eye GPS busing - 6:54 am
- Duckworth offers resignation - 6:53 am
- Culinary class comes to SCC - 6:52 am
- Don’t leave salvation in Jerusalem - 5:45 am updated: 5:45 am.
- A fairy in the garden - 9:30 pm updated: 9:30 pm.
- Outstanding seniors - 8:30 pm
- Rehearsals continue for ‘Cats’ production - 8:30 pm
- When brokenness becomes a blessing - 7:45 pm updated: 7:45 pm.
- Crimewatch - 4:12 pm
- CHS juniors honored - 6:41 am
- Delivering the goods - 6:32 am
- Local leaders graduate from Clinton-Sampson Chamber program - 6:31 am
- CHS student earns scholarship - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- SCC marshals named - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- Chamber honors leadership graduates - 7:30 pm updated: 7:30 pm.
- Sessoms Jewelry honored - 7:30 pm updated: 7:30 pm.
- Juried art show winners announced - 7:30 pm updated: 7:30 pm.
- Tarheel ChalleNGe presents donation - 7:30 pm updated: 7:30 pm.
- Clinton man arrested in robberies - 4:01 pm updated: 4:11 pm.
Union High School student awarded MLK scholarship
ROSE HILL — Union High School senior Daisy Almonte is the recipient of a $1,000 Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship from the North Carolina Assoc...
Local youths participate in Southeast District Activity Day
Sampson County 4-H had 10 youth represent the county at District Activity Day at Lenoir Community College in Kinston.District Activity Day is comprise...
Thompson has winning design
Brynna Thompson, a sixth-grade student at Sampson Middle School, won the T-shirt design contest for the Kids Walk T-shirts for Relay for Life. Honorab...
2016 Cape Fear Farm Credit Heifer Showdown held
On Saturday May 7, Sampson County Cooperative Extension and 4-H hosted the 2016 Heifer Showdown. There were 36 youth from area counties who competed a...
Enrollment numbers up at local college
Despite being down in the last semester, enrollment numbers at Sampson Community College have increased for the summer class sessions, which began jus...
Incentives OK’d for sweet potato packing plant
It took just a matter of minutes at the top of a Monday special meeting for the Sampson Board of Commissioners to approve a tax incentive package in h...
Midway hires new coaches
After their first winning season since 2008, Midway head girls basketball coach Brian Wallum decided to step down as head coach to focus on teaching h...
County teams shine in state finals
The Hobbton Wildcats and the Union Spartans had a great showing at Friday’s State 1-A track and field finals held at A&T State University in...
Clinton falls in overtime
Clinton’s Lady Dark Horse soccer team traveled to Carrboro on Saturday night for their fourth round NCHSSA playoff matchup with the top seeded L...
Ryan Hall excited for baseball opportunities
It’s a big time for former Union High School pitcher and quarterback, Ryan Hall. The former ace on the mount for the Spartans is in his second s...
Raider trio signs with JCC
A trio of talented Midway Raider basketball seniors will be together for at least two more years. On Friday morning in the Midway High School Media Ce...
The Raider Way
The Raider Way. It’s something that is described as “showing respect for the other team, no matter what, and doing the right thing no matt...
Mintz Christian Academy celebrates milestone with first graduating class
ROSEBORO — While giving inspiring words to his classmates, Christopher Matthews made history by becoming the first valedictorian for Mintz Chris...
The fun of learning
(Editor’s note: This Sunday begins a series of feature front pages from Sampson Community College’s photography classes in Levels 1-4. Cla...
SCS to improve gifted student program
Sampson County School officials are working on measures to improve education for academically gifted students.Col. Tommy Macon, assistant superintende...
Garland center to host celebration for seniors
In several days, the Garland Senior Center will be filled with community members having fun and while honoring the contributions of trailblazers.Senio...
BirthdaysMay 22Delcy NorrisAshley SinclairMay 23Lonnie EmanuelTyner TewZachary KingNettie Wilson-PernellKatie TyndallSarah KinlawDalental HobbsMay 24A...
Clinton City SchoolsMonday, May 23Beef nachos w/TostitosChicken fajita wrapPinto beansCornApplesauceTuesday, May 24Manager’s Choice entreeSloppy...
It’s time to take a stand
The journey through addiction too often begins with a short path through a doctor’s office. More and more people are becoming addicted to opioid...
Make a difference, support those in need
Things can change in a flash; the tide will shift, the stars will realign, promises of forever can vanish. One minute you are perfectly healthy, the n...
The importance of a governor
Back when I was riding the school bus at Clement growing up, we always wanted the driver to go faster. The bus drivers back then were responsible high...
Supporting what we want vital
Nearly every time you turn around an oft repeated phrase can be heard, and it goes something like this: “I wish there were more things to do in ...
The positives still outweigh the negatives
You can focus on the negative or bask in the positive. It’s true in every aspect of life, but perhaps it’s never more important than when ...
Special meeting will cover industry incentives, sheriff contracts
Industry incentives for a sweet potato packing operation, sheriff’s contracts with towns and the county’s upcoming budget will all be disc...
Delivering the goods
Every year, Wilson Chapel in Turkey and others depend on the local community to fill bags with non-perishable items for local postal carriers to pick ...
Local leaders graduate from Clinton-Sampson Chamber program
After sharing exciting experiences with a group of local professionals for eight months, Tawanda Outlaw said she would do it again.“Each of you ...
Chamber honors leadership graduates
Happy Thursday Chamber friends! I am so excited for the next month full of activities! Who says summer is a bad month to plan events? We sure have thi...
Sessoms Jewelry honored
The Chamber Member of the Week is Sessoms Jewelry. Sessoms Jewelry is family owned, and has been in business for 50 years. They take pride in being pa...
Old Mill Stream honored
The Chamber Member of the Week is Old Mill Stream, Inc., founded in 1991, have continued to surpass customers’ expectations with quality product...