Wednesday, August 17, 2022

City Cafe in heart of Clinton

On Aug. 14, 1945, President Truman announced Japan’s surrender. WWII was over.

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(The public reports listed below are provided by the Sampson County Sheriff’s Office.)

City Cafe in heart of Clinton

On Aug. 14, 1945, President Truman announced Japan’s surrender. WWII was over.

Church services set across Sampson

Sight and Sound trip to Lancaster, Pa., on Aug. 18-20.

Sampson safety earns awards

The Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce and North Carolina Department of Labor honored local businesses for their upstanding safety records during the annual Safety Awards Banquet Monday night, held at Coharie Country Club.

The facts about school, shots, your child, and COVID-19

Whether your child is starting kindergarten, entering middle school, or a rising 12th grader, local healthcare officials are urging parents to make sure their child is protected from certain vaccine-preventable disease.

Sampson kingpin gets 50 years

A notorious Sampson County drug kingpin was sentenced to 50 years in federal prison last week for operating an armed trafficking operation. Jimmy McKoy Rouse, 26, who had evaded serious punishment for years due to his resources and violent intimidation tactics, has been brought to justice by a collaboration between local and federal law enforcement and the community.

Dark Horses back on track

As the 2022-23 school year inches closer so too does the completion of the ongoing summer infrastructure projects for Clinton City Schools. One of the biggest that is expected to finish soon is the long-awaited track restoration at Clinton High.

NCDOT, NCHP stress ‘Move Over’ law

Two state first responder professions are facing the same, major problem.



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