• Arts

    Sampson Arts Camp sparks imaginations

    As an art teacher, Rhonda Powell enjoys watching students use their imagination. Under her instruction, the students painted colorful waves washing ashore. On the canvass real sand and shells were used to create the art. [...]
  • Local

    Circle project near completion

    NEWTON GROVE — Residents and motorists driving through the heart of town will see more changes soon in the popular roundabout. During a recent town meeting, Laura Wheeler, chair of the Citizens Improving Newton Grove [...]
  • News

    Blueberry queen’s eyes on big stage

    Clinton High School graduate Catherine Smith has had many dreams come true over the last few months — from signing with Methodist University to play women’s tennis to capturing the title of Miss North Carolina [...]
  • News

    Strickland set to lead Chamber

    The Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce has named a new director on the heels of current director Kaitlin Adkins’ announcement of leaving. Salemburg resident Allie Strickland, who will begin in her new position next month, will [...]
  • Local

    County OKs 2018-19 budget

    The Sampson Board of Commissioners on Wednesday concluded one of the most expeditious budgetary processes in recent history with a few minutes of reflection and a unanimous adoption at the tail end of a short [...]

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