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So Long, Mount Olive: We won't forget you

It’s defeating to see a newspaper you tried to save die on your watch. But as I look back at the many issues of this periodical, I don’t see defeat. I see unwavering community coverage that started nearly 118 years ago and continued to the very end. When...
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No injuries in fiery overnight crash

FAISON, Duplin County — Nobody was injured in a fiery crash overnight in Duplin County. Faison Fire & Rescue and Duplin Co EMS responded to a call about a vehicle accident and while they were on the way to the scene officials said they learned the vehicle was on fire.
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Man sentenced in 2020 deadly hit and run in Pender County

PENDER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — Around two years ago, a man was charged in a deadly hit and run accident, in which an 18-year-old was killed. On Monday, the suspect made a plea bargain in court and was sentenced. 32-Year-Old DeAnglo Eugene Newton of Rose Hill was sentenced to...
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Returning to College Set Phillips on Course for Success

MOUNT OLIVE – “Going back to school is like a baby first learning how to walk,” said University of Mount Olive (UMO) Alumnus Matthew Phillips of Princeton, NC. “Taking that first step is the hardest and you may fall down, but keep getting up and moving forward. It gets easier. When you feel like it is getting too much, turn to God, ask for His strength, His wisdom, and His guidance.”
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Fishing trip nets strong bonds, lures new enthusiasts

Godwin — “I caught five fish,” said fifth-grader Micahel Landon, and before he could describe them, third-grader Bobby Rogers jumped in. “I caught two sunfish and they were beautiful,” he said. Michael and Bobby were among the lucky North Godwin students who had the opportunity in...
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Chairman meets with lawmakers PEMBROKE — Lumbee Tribal Chairman John Lowery rece
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Faison to take Sampson MS helm

A new change is coming within Clinton City Schools as Sampson Middle School will have a new face at the helm. Tony Faison has been involved with multiple schools systems through his career and in multiple capacities. Now after serving within the CCS system for many years, he is ready to his new post — heading Sampson Middle. Faison’s position as new principal follows after current principal Robert Turlington is resigning. Faison’s first date is July 1.
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Clinton soccer keeps on churning

The Clinton High Soccer program held its annual “Darkness” Soccer Camp this week, which yielded a solid turnout. Dark Horse boys head coach Brad Spell praised the efforts of his coaches, players, and the campers that helped make the camp a success. “Much appreciation to the High School...
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NC man wins $1 million after buying $10 scratch-off

CLINTON, N.C. (WGHP) — David Chestnutt, of Clinton, bought a $10 scratch-off and won the first $1 million prize of a new scratch-off game, according to an NC Education Lottery news release. Chestnutt bought his winning Carolina Jackpot ticket from the Am Station on Southeast Boulevard in Clinton on Tuesday. When he arrived at lottery […]
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Newton Grove Road Closing For Maintenance

NEWTON GROVE – A section of Old Goldsboro Road in Sampson County is scheduled to close for about a week and a half to allow crews to replace a pipe. The N.C. Department of Transportation plans to close the road near Irwin Drive at 8 a.m. June 27 and reopen by 5 p.m. July 7.
NEWTON GROVE, NC
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UMO Flight School Receives Certification

MOUNT OLIVE – The University of Mount Olive’s Flight School and Aviation Program gained new wings on June 17, when it received FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) 141 certification. “With FAA 141 certification, we will become increasingly competitive and incredibly desirable, especially for students who are looking at career...
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Road Closure: Beaverdam Dr

Beaverdam Dr( Belfield area) will be closed at 403. Beginning on June 28,2022 until further notice. Please use any of the various alternate routes to enter & exit the Belfield area. Thankyou for your patience and cooperation during this time.
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