A food stamp program that aids 1 in 7 Americans has taken a hit in North Carolina and the nation in recent months, with a reduction in federal assistance last year to the N.C. program and across the country, and a recently-signed Farm Bill taking another significant chunk out of the program in 15 other states.
Courtesy photoUnion Elementary recently named its Terrific Kids for the second nine weeks grading period. Those named in kindergarten are: Irelynn Allen, Emanuel Casimiro, Ingrid Encarnacion, Teresa Espinoza, Iveth Garcia, Rodrigo Gonzalez-Elizarraraz, Celeste Guerrero-Sandoval, Daren Hall, Lizet Lopez, Paola Mata, Jary Meza, Earl Michum, Chamani Newton, Linsey Oseguera, Ana Pablo, Ketedel Pineda, Isaac Pryor, Riki Reynoso, Lexus Rich, Caleb Robinson, Sonjayah Scott, Tapanga Spell,...
Courtesy photoUnited Way of Sampson County incoming president Sherrill Allen, left, presents an appreciation plaque to Kenny Cabral for his service and leadership as board president and commitment to community service in 2013.
Courtesy photoUnited Way of Sampson County’s 2014 officers are, from left: Kenny Cabral, immediate past president; Shawn Purvis, vice president; Sherrill Allen, president; Janet Sargent, secretary; and Dempsey Craig, treasurer.
Courtesy photoUnited Way of Sampson County’s 2014 Board of Directors, pictured from left to right, include, back row, Rev. Thomas Farrow, Stuart Blount, and Shawn Purvis. Middle row, Janet Sargent, Dempsey Craig, Enrique Coello, Patty Cherry, Jerry Heinzman, Sherrill Allen. Front row, Susan Warren, Sarah Bradshaw, Ann Butler, Sherry Matthews, and Dottie McCullen. Not pictured, Kenny Cabral and Summer Lanier.
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Courtesy photoButler Avenue Elementary School’s March Student of the Month is Alexander Evans. He is a second grade student in Mrs. Barefoot’s class. Butler’s top employee Butler Avenue Elementary School recently selected Tonu Lee as its March Employee of the Month. Lee is a teacher assistant in third grade at Butler Avenue. C
The Warren Student Center at Sampson Community College was abuzz with activity on Thursday thanks to the Sampson Early College High School inviting local businesses in to fill the space with information, sessions, and demonstrations that would help its students hone the variety of skills they will need as they live and work in the 21st century.The first event of its kind for the Early College, the idea for the “21st Century Day” came out of a summer conference in which ...
Horse and other equine animal owners/lessors will vote...
This year’s Sampson County Super Sprint is quickly...
The Warren Student Center at Sampson Community College...
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