Simpson, Schmidlin ready to lead
Bond money ‘good start’
Sampson County Schools grads earn $22.6 million for scholarships
Traffic stop yields heroin, felony arrest
- Rising above the ‘barre’ - 8:30 pm
- Chamber prepares to begin coat project - 8:30 pm
- Parker Gas honored - 8:30 pm
- DNC 2016: Ohio delegate, 19, calls nomination night ‘electric’ - 6:54 pm
- DNC 2016: Many Sanders’ supporters still not on board Clinton train - 6:49 pm
- Crimewatch - 12:09 pm
- Simpson, Schmidlin ready to lead - 6:58 am
- Bond money ‘good start’ - 6:48 am
- Sampson County Schools grads earn $22.6 million for scholarships - 6:21 am
- Traffic stop yields heroin, felony arrest - 5:44 am
- Revivals continue at area churches - 9:30 pm updated: 9:30 pm.
- DNC: - 11:37 am
- Crimewatch - 11:33 am updated: 12:19 pm.
- Baling the hay - 7:15 am
- Community mourns Barnes - 7:04 am
- Be prepared for hurricane season - 6:55 am
- Garland, Clinton centers seeks volunteers for meal program - 6:50 am
- Saving your pecans from weevil damage - 6:15 am updated: 6:15 am.
- ‘Thyme’ well spent - 6:11 am
- DNC 2016: Sanders, Mrs. Obama, Warren thrill convention - 11:53 pm
- DNC 2016: Die-hard Sanders backers divided on backing Clinton - 11:07 pm
- DNC 2016: Tuesday’s Schedule - 9:55 pm
- Sampson Arts Council accepting grant applications - 9:30 pm updated: 9:30 pm.
- Don’t stress out about stress fractures - 9:30 pm updated: 9:30 pm.
- DNC 2016: Protests by Sanders’ supporters calls party unity into question - 5:13 pm
- DNC 2016: Trumka: Jobs, fair wages ‘key for prosperity’ - 3:27 pm
- DNC 2016: Sen. Casey: National, economic security critical in race for the White House - 2:51 pm
- DNC 2016: By the Numbers from the Democratic National Convention - 1:24 pm
- Senatorial candidate Katie McGinty to address the DNC on Thursday - 1:03 pm
- Crimewatch - 12:19 pm
- Hillary Clinton will be in Scranton, Pennsylvania, on Aug. 15 - 11:37 am updated: 11:45 am.
- Lush and ripe - 10:23 am updated: 7:15 am.
- NCHP: Speed ‘sole factor’ in UHS student’s fatal wreck - 5:28 pm updated: 8:46 pm.
- MCA’s Sessoms attends academic seminar - 12:30 pm
- Kaleel, Holler marry - 7:30 am
- Sampson native garners awards, visits ‘Late Show’ - 7:05 am updated: 4:26 pm.
- Sampson History Museum hosts Horseless Carriage tour - 7:03 am updated: 1:57 pm.
- Sharing her heritage - 7:00 am
- Forum offers ‘people’ chance to talk pipeline - 6:26 am
- Is reporting method effective, efficient? - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- Mosquito awareness can help prevent viruses - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- Garland plaque honors mural sponsors - 3:03 pm
- Turlington, Sasser serve as Pages - 7:15 am updated: 7:15 am.
- Hobbton High School host K-12 Culinary Institute - 7:05 am
- Changes made at CCS - 6:40 am
- Sampson County political leaders ready for race - 6:33 am
- Are you hearing what God’s saying? - 6:00 am updated: 6:00 am.
- Cast continues ‘Lion King Jr.’ rehearsals - 8:30 pm updated: 8:30 pm.
- A service to others - 7:30 pm updated: 7:30 pm.
- Thursday’s coverage of the Republican National Convention - 6:00 pm updated: 6:00 pm.
Traffic stop yields heroin, felony arrest
A traffic stop on Interstate 40 in Sampson County netted 11 bindles of heroin and the arrest of a man on several offenses, including a felony drug cha...
Revivals continue at area churches
On Wednesday, July 27-29 at 7 p.m. nightly, Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Clinton, Joshua Generation 2016 Youth Conference. The theme is My Voice Matte...
Find out what delegations had to say at the Democratic National Convention about jobs and fair wages on our DNC page.Click here to see the DNC page. ....
(The public reports listed below are provided by the Sampson County Sheriff’s Office, the Clinton Police Department and the N.C. Highway Patrol ...
Baling the hay
A farmer bales hay in a field just off Summerlin’s Crossroads Road in Duplin County last week. There are approximately 32,000 acres of hay and p...
Community mourns Barnes
The Union district of Sampson County is mourning the loss of one of their own following another harrowing deadly vehicle accident in the county that c...
GARLAND — Life is not always a bed of roses, there are bumps along the way. Seventeen-year-old Caleb Wettig, a rising senior at Union High Schoo...
Sampson All-Stars compete in district
In the height of summer, it means baseball season is in full swing.Whether it be the major leagues or tee ball, baseball is considered America’s...
Spell leads East to All-Star win
GREENSBORO — When Clinton High School men’s soccer coach Brad Spell got a call last summer from the North Carolina Coaches Association tel...
Work pays off for Yang
Work hard….play hard has always been the emphasis in Katey Yang’s house hold. It’s pretty much the way the rising senior at Clinton ...
HBC donates to Lakewood
The Horne Brothers Construction Company sponsored the Tommy Horne Memorial Golf Tournament on Saturday, July 9, at the Lakewood Country Club. The Horn...
‘Golf Fore the Arts’ deemed most successful
An annual Sampson Arts Council golf tournament that helps fund local art programs was deemed the “most successful fundraiser” to date.The ...
Kaleel, Holler marry
Ana Rose Kaleel and Adrian Lee Holler were united in marriage on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at First United Methodist Church in Morehead City, North Car...
Volunteers needed for garden, meals
Greetings to everyone! It has been a while since I’ve had the opportunity to sit down and pen my thoughts. I have missed sharing our news articl...
Sampson History Museum hosts Horseless Carriage tour
With a 1910 Stanley Steamer, Daryl Kendall and Andy Robeson enjoyed traveling from Pennsylvania to show off the classic parked next to the Sampson Cou...
Garland plaque honors mural sponsors
GARLAND — After months of work and planning on a mural, town officials put up the final touch.A plaque next to the painting was recently install...
Purdie serves as Senate Page
Raleigh - The North Carolina Senate was honored recently to have David Boyce Purdie, a student at Clinton High School, serve as a Page. He is the son ...
Making better choices at the grocery store
Grocery shopping is not at the top of my ‘favorite things to do’ list. There’s a lot of work that goes into going to the grocery sto...
A recipe for preparation
It has been said that heaven is a prepared place for a prepared people. Let us consider if this is a true statement or not. First, Jesus assured His a...
Supporting Sampson County’s finest
On any given week, local law enforcement officers respond to some 700 requests for service. They don’t stop to ask if the caller is black or whi...
The nation needs Hemingway’s unity
Several years ago, the late Rev. Glennwood Hemingway founded an outreach effort in the Harrells community, one that he envisioned would bring people o...
What they were created for
It was always said jokingly, but it was the truth. Back during my career with the N.C. Dept. of Revenue, I would be asked from time to time about the ...
Pokémon Go offers free fun, way to see local sights
A new smartphone app will not only let you collect different creatures, but it will help you go on an adventure to explore your town and see what it h...
Turkey dance academy opens
Alyssa Lee, right, beams as she welcomes a group of over 20 to a ribbon cutting officially opening her new business, To The Pointe Academy of Dance, i...
Hardware store honored
The Chamber Member of the Week is Royal Trustworthy Hardware in Salemburg. Royal Trustworthy Hardware is the oldest continuously operating business in...
Young Professionals kicks off tonight
Happy Thursday Chamber Friends! So many exciting things going on and coming up at the Chamber. I would first and foremost like to give a big Chamber c...
Chamber honors Griffin
The Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce Member of the Week is Gregory T. Griffin, Attorney at Law. Griffin graduated from Campbell Law School and has ...
Chamber offers network opportunities
My journey with the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce is coming to an end very soon.I am closing this chapter and beginning a new one to continue my...
Sampson native ring bell
On June 6 Donna Wilson Thagard, BMC Vice President and Corporate Controller, and Donald Crumpler, BMC Vice President of Supply Chain, participated in ...