The Clinton Christmas ornament for 2020, a fundraising opportunity for the Clinton Main Street Program, was delayed by the pandemic — but it is still coming, continuing a tradition started back in 2015.
This weekend’s devotional is brought to you by Pastor Eddie Smith of Shiloh Pentecostal Holiness Church in Godwin, NC. This sermon is entitled “The Blessed Life.” Watch the devotional below.
In the nightcap on Wednesday night, the Raider and Dark Horse boys squared up for more East Central Conference basketball play. This game was tight from start to finish and, just as with the girls game earlier in the evening, one basket separated the teams as Clinton secured the 46-44 victory.
Midway and Clinton met up for the first time this season on the hardwood, taking to the court in Spivey’s Corner for some East Central Conference basketball action on Wednesday. What was looking like an impressive win for the Lady Raiders unfolded through the first three quarters before Clinton staged a late rally.
Monday, Feb. 1, is the first day of Black History Month 2021, which is observed annually in February, dating back 95 years to 1926. For the 95th observance of Black History Month, the founders of Black History Month, the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) will salute the Black family, with the theme for 2021 being, The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity.
WILMINGTON — A Duplin County resident has been sentenced to federal prison for trafficking methamphetamine, found to have been delivering large amounts of the drug from Georgia to North Carolina in 2020. In one incident, the resident was found with more than a kilogram of meth during a July 2020 traffic stop in Sampson County.