A story of faith
Hobbton students plea for track project
Cleanup efforts continue in Clinton
Police seeking information on robbery suspect
Local stores victimized by armed robbers
- A story of faith - 7:06 am
- Hobbton students plea for track project - 7:04 am
- Cleanup efforts continue in Clinton - 6:41 am
- SI looks for goblins, ghouls in costume contest - 6:27 am
- Area churches hosting homecoming celebrations - 7:30 pm updated: 7:30 pm.
- Smithfield gives back - 7:30 pm updated: 7:30 pm.
- CHS homecoming court named - 6:30 pm updated: 6:30 pm.
- Police seeking information on robbery suspect - 5:33 pm
- Crimewatch - 1:58 pm
- Local stores victimized by armed robbers - 1:53 pm
- Lakewood FFA students beautify Salemburg - 7:30 am
- Potential for nitrate issues exist - 7:00 am updated: 7:00 am.
- DSS flooded with requests - 6:52 am updated: 3:47 pm.
- Ginning the cotton - 6:45 am
- Sampson BOE education reviews emergency center plans - 6:31 am
- Garland eyes future development - 6:30 am
- Physical therapy benefits healthy living - 8:30 pm
- Turkey man charged with trafficking - 12:54 pm
- Crimewatch - 12:30 pm updated: 12:30 pm.
- Democrat leaders stop by Clinton - 10:49 am
- Harrells Christian Academy assists hurricane victims - 6:51 am
- Rouzer discusses Hurricane Matthew at roundtable - 6:21 am
- SCC employees EXCEL in their fields - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- Vital statistics - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- Assistance for flood victims available - 7:30 pm updated: 7:30 pm.
- What’s cookin’ - 6:44 am
- NC State Fair: Nothing could be finer! - 6:00 am
- Disaster aid now available - 9:38 pm updated: 10:47 pm.
- Chef, author talks roots, recipes at Women Who Inspire conference at SCC - 7:00 pm
- Crimewatch - 3:09 pm
- Two arrested on drug, weapon offenses - 2:55 pm
- Local church, patrolman help after storm - 6:50 am
- Police addition broached - 6:44 am
- Garland continues search for police chief - 6:31 am
- Garland Hardware closing doors - 4:30 am
- He’s always right on time - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- Restoration often includes tearing away - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- ‘Joseph’ finishes weekend strong - 7:30 pm updated: 7:30 pm.
- Teen charged in shooting at Walmart - 1:17 pm
- Crimewatch - 1:10 pm
- Shipped with care - 7:06 am
- Crosswalk work will close streets - 6:55 am
- Anderson awarded state’s top well operator honor - 6:49 am
- Community members review Hobbton traffic - 6:33 am
- Ol’ Lightnin’ Rods Car Show set for Oct. 29 - 6:33 am
- Garland recovering from Hurricane Matthews - 6:22 am
- Students host prayer event at CHS - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- Chamber offers thanks to responders - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- Nethercutt promoted at Star - 7:30 pm
- Annual color, fun run set for Nov. 4 - 7:30 pm
Local stores victimized by armed robbers
Sampson County Sheriff’s authorities are investigating two armed robberies in the county over the weekend — one at the Dollar General in P...
Lakewood FFA students beautify Salemburg
A group of 65 teens put community service into action Friday during Lakewood High FFA teacher Jacob Scott’s agricultural classes.The project inc...
Potential for nitrate issues exist
With the cooler nights and shorter days comes the chore of feeding hay. No doubt some of you have already started feeding hay to your cattle. Those wh...
DSS flooded with requests
The effort to get disaster food assistance to those who need it continues in Sampson County, whose Department of Social Services staff was inundated o...
Ginning the cotton
Cotton from an area farm, freshly picked, makes its way through the ginning process. In Sampson County, cotton production ranks seventh in the state w...
Sampson BOE education reviews emergency center plans
County school and health officials are working together on plans to delivery medical supplies during emergency situations.County officials are require...
Lady Horses blank East Bladen, still in playoff hunt
Clinton hosted East Bladen on Monday night in their final regular season home volleyball match. The Lady Dark Horses were anything but hospitable to t...
Sampson sports this week
Wednesday, Oct. 26Varsity Soccer: Princeton @ Lakewood, 6 p.m.; Union @ Midway, 6 p.m.; Hobbton @ Neuse Charter, 5 p.m.; Wallace-Rose Hill @ Clinton, ...
Spartans get win over Pender
After two long weeks with only one practice and losing two consecutive games the Union Spartans were able to hold off the Pender Patriots in the final...
James Kenan gets big lead early, downs Hobbton
The James Kenan Tigers clawed the Hobbton Wildcats Friday night in Carolina 1-A football action. The final was 61-14, James Kenan.“It’s be...
Clinton slams West Bladen
After nearly 15 days since playing their last game, Clinton traveled to Dublin to take on the Knights at West Bladen. It didn’t take the Dark Ho...
Harrells Christian Academy assists hurricane victims
When Harrells Christian Academy students returned after Hurricane Matthew shut the school down they went straight to work. Not only in the classroom, ...
Rouzer discusses Hurricane Matthew at roundtable
U.S. Rep. David Rouzer met with local leaders to address the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew and steps to recover.The Thursday meeting held at the Samp...
Autumn scenic one-day excursions around the bend
SPENCER, N.C. — For the past 10 years, the N.C. Transportation Museum has offered scenic day trips that combine railroading, history, travel, sh...
Clinton City SchoolsMonday, Oct. 24Beef Nachos w/ TostitosChicken Fajita WrapCornPinto BeansApplesauceMilkTuesday, Oct. 25Chicken Nuggets w/RollSloppy...
There is a sodium math poster that has been created especially for learning the measurements of sodium in a graphic view. Today I would like to walk y...
NC State Fair: Nothing could be finer!
This year’s theme is for the NC State Fair, running through today, is “Nothing Could be Finer.” A bumper crop is a slang term to des...
Standing with our communities
Editor:Thousands of our friends and neighbors are suffering in storm-ravaged Eastern North Carolina. While some can only wait and ponder the wreckage ...
When the lights went out
The question for every small town in Sampson County during and after Hurricane Matthew is this: When the lights went out, who came on?The town of Rose...
Overlooking Sampson not acceptable
Whether an unintended oversight or a deliberate slight, Sampson County’s name should immediately be added to the state’s federal disaster ...
Storm brings out more good than bad
The aftermath of Hurricane Matthew has brought out the best and worst in people around Sampson County.While we could focus on the angry words of peopl...
Commissioners should do the right thing
Dear Editor,I am writing in response to the article “Hobbton Track Funding Denied” published Oct. 5, 2016. It is absolutely ridiculous tha...
Chamber prepares for upcoming events
Happy Thursday Chamber Friends! As the new administrative assistant, I, Lesi Kinton, am enjoying being a part of the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commer...
Chamber gears up for fall events
Happy Thursday Chamber friends! Can you believe that today is the first official day of fall? I know not everyone is excited, but as for us here at th...
Big things on tap for fall
Happy Thursday, Chamber friends! I am so excited for all of the wonderful festivities coming up in Sampson County. If you are a business owner or are ...
Chamber honors Party Perfect
The Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce’s Member of the Week is Party Perfect Rentals. Party Perfect Rentals specializes in the rentals of linen...
Chamber prepares for upcoming holidays
November is right around the corner and the Chamber is proud to partner with the Small Business Center as well as other community supporters to promot...
SECU awards local scholarships
State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) members, through the member-funded SECU Foundation, presented $5,000 scholarships to Blake Davis and Camero...