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  • The home of Dr. John Carr Monk; wife Euphemia and daughter Catherine Monk are pictured.
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    Town set to acquire Monk property

    NEWTON GROVE — The famous home of Dr. John Carr Monk, a historic physician and Catholic religious leader of the 1800s, is poised to come under the ownership of the Town of Newton Grove.

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  • The Scotchman in Roseboro was packed with cars Tuesday morning, as other gas stations across Sampson began to run out of gas.
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    Attack prompts gas panic

    The Southeastern part of the United States is facing a gas shortage after a Russian cyberattack took down the Colonial Pipeline over the weekend, prompting motorists to crowd stations in Sampson County and across North Carolina and buy up supplies that in most cases went from dwindling to gone by Tuesday.

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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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