• Superintendent Dr. Wesley Johnson of Clinton City Schools receives donations of disposable gloves from Eileen Coite, president of the Clinton-Sampson Rotary Club.
                                 Chase Jordan | Sampson Independent
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    Rotary, realtors donate to schools

    Thanks to the generosity of Rotarians and local realtors, Sampson County’s school leaders were pleased large boxes of disposable gloves as COVID-19 challenges continue for educators.

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  • Dr. John B. Smith and nurses Susan Jordan and Sharlene Raynor are retiring from the Clinton Medical Clinton with more than 110 combined years of service in the medical field.
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    Dr. Smith saying goodbye

    Inside Clinton Medical Clinic, Dr. John B. Smith is finishing up work to provide the best care to his patients throughout the week.

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  • Interim Superintendent Stewart Hobbs speaks to board members about COVID-19 challenges.
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    County mullshigh schoolre-entry plan

    For Sampson County Schools, Interim Superintendent Dr. Stewart Hobbs is asking the Board of Education for flexibility on plans for all high schoolers to return next year.

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  • A variety of breakfast items are avaialble at the hot bar.
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    Farm House comes to Sampson

    NEWTON GROVE — In a cozy restaurant with an ambience of the countryside, Karson McCullen wants visitors to feel like they’re at home or going to grandma’s house.

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