Ten Clinton residents have been selected to serve on the Fallen Heroes Committee, a group approved by Mayor Lew Starling and the City Council in response to a recent request to name the Faircloth Freeway Bridge in honor of late police officer Donald Tucker.
Working hard, eating healthy, and being honest and kind are Hilda Jones’ secrets to longevity. A resident of Rolling Ridge, a DePaul Senior Living Community in Newton Grove, Hilda recently celebrated her 101st birthday.
The Midway Lady Raiders volleyball team took on fellow East Central Conference foe Spring Creek this week on the court. Donning masks as part of the new COVID-19 protocols, the Lady Raiders were victorious of their foe in six straight sets in back-to-back days to run their season record to 4-0.
“Halt! Who goes there?” demands the sentry, manning the outpost. The guard’s duty is to protect the fort, building or camp. He has the firepower to back it up. “Halt! Don’t go any further!” And deciding to go any further would be a big mistake.
Deborah Hall of Sessoms Jewelry, second from left, presents a Clinton High class ring to Hollis Martin, center, honoring her as Clinton City Schools’ Teacher of the Year, something Hall and husband Gary Wayne, owners of Sessoms, do to honor the system’s top educator. Pictured with them are city Board of Education member Jeremy Edgerton and Juandalynn Freeman-Sankey, the system’s Teacher Advancement Coordinator and a former Sandhills Teacher of the Year.