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Bamboo harvest in Sampson

The groundwork for a new chapter in agriculture was recently started in Sampson County following an initial test run of a timber harvest for locally-grown bamboo.

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Bamboo harvest in Sampson

The groundwork for a new chapter in agriculture was recently started in Sampson County following an initial test run of a timber harvest for locally-grown bamboo.

Homecoming king, queen crowned

Clinton High School celebrated Homecoming last week. During the Pep Rally on Thursday, Daymeon Morrisey, escorted by his mother Dolly McNeil, was crowned King.

Forgiveness sets us free

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Crimewatch

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

NC announces first West Nile Virus death of 2022

RALEIGH — Health officials from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services last week announced the state’s first death this year associated with West Nile virus. To protect the family’s privacy, no other information regarding the deceased will be provided.

The gruesome King killings

Warning: If you are easily disturbed, do not read this local history article. History is not always pretty, and sometimes it is brutal.

Good Samaritans give to others as God gives to them

Are you living and loving like a Good Samaritan? Writing about Good Samaritans in Sampson sheds light on good people living among us who give the way God gives to them. Would you consider yourself a Good Samaritan? Powerful scripture from Luke 6 27-39 shares how we should live and look at ourselves. Think on these things while reading God’s Word from Mrs. Floy Carroll’s Bible) When God gave me the blessing of marriage a second time, sharing my life with James and hearing stories about the good things his mother -in -law (Mrs. Floy) She was truly a Good Samaritan who loved helping others and encouraged me to keep writing stories to honor Christ and help His children. She lived daily by God’s words found in Luke 6 in her Everyday Bible. Do we read, believe, and live every day with Jesus honoring God’s Word? The everyday language used in The New Century Version opens hearts and minds to understand clearly how we should “Look at Ourselves!”

‘Round Up’ brightens communities

South River EMC’s Community Assistance Corporation recently awarded grants totaling $71,861 to local schools and non-profits thanks to participants in Operation Round Up.



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