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  • Elaine Faison Hunt, left, was recognized at the recent Clinton City Council for receiving The Order of the Long Leaf Pine. Rep. Larry Bell, center, and Rep. Raymond Smith came to present it to her.
                                 Emily M. Williams|Sampson Independent
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    Hunt garners high distinction

    CLINTON — She broke through racial barriers, came through with tenacity and grace, and will continue to share her servant’s heart with others.

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    Sampson’s fully vaxxed rises by 600

    The number of fully vaccinated people in Sampson County jumped by more than 600 in one day’s reporting, according to numbers tracked via the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) COVID-19 Dashboard. Half the 18 and older population across the state is now partially vaccinated, the state figures show.

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    Murder charge leveled in 2019 missing man case

    Nearly a year and a half after a Sampson man went missing from the Newton Grove area, investigators have charged a suspect in his killing. Foul play was suspected nearly from the outset and authorities revealed this week that human remains found earlier this year in the Newton Grove area were recently confirmed as being the missing man.

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  • Leonard Henry asked for pastors to be refreshed, restored and revived during the National Day of Prayer observance outside the Sampson County Courthouse in Clinton.
                                 Emily M. Williams|Sampson Independent
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    Renewal, revival, restoration

    CLINTON — Pastors and community members gathered downtown on Thursday to humble themselves in front of the courthouse for the National Day of Prayer.

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