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    Confederate monument vandalized; statue removed

    A statue honoring the Confederate soldiers of Sampson County, at the heart of controversy and the subject of recent protests, was damaged overnight. The soldier was leaning backward on Sunday morning, pried partially from its pedestal, with a piece of rope left around its neck.

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  • Eleanor N. Bradshaw takes an oath to join the Sampson County Schools Board of Education. During the oath administered by Clerk of Court Chris Fann, she was joined by her grandsons, Loden and Reece Bradshaw.
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    New chapter for SCS Board

    After placing their hands on Bibles and taking oaths, three community members joined the Board of Education for Sampson County Schools to start a new chapter in local education.

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  • The N.C. Department of Transportation is closing Sunset Avenue (N.C. 24) underneath U.S. 421/701, starting Friday night and extending until Monday morning. The closure is needed to demolish the northbound bridge on U.S. 421/701.
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    Bridge set for demolition

    The N.C. Department of Transportation plans to close a busy portion of Sunset Avenue (N.C. 24) in Clinton through this weekend, starting Friday night, while contract crews demolish a bridge as part of a massive replacement project.

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    Input sought on COVID plans

    As Sampson County Schools prepares for a new way of educating students due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), district officials are seeking input from parents during the summer.

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