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Raymond E. Smith Jr., a native of Mount Olive, was elected minority whip by the House Democratic caucus in the N.C. General Assembly. Smith is the House District 21 representative for Wayne and … more
No applicants have expressed interest for the town’s vacant finance officer job. The position becomes available Feb. 1 when long-time Town Clerk and Finance Officer Kay Anderson retires … more
Town officials said providing trash service is a vital cost-saving measure to Mount Olive residents. The town spends $250,000 a year to contract out its garbage collection. Beginning in … more
Pauline Leonard picked up the phone. “Hello,” she said. “Is she in college, yet?” asked the caller. “No,” Leonard replied. The next week, Col. George … more
Jammie Royall is ready to get back to the grind. “We have a lot going on and it is going to be a busy year for us, so I want everyone to roll up their sleeves and get back to a … more
Saints battle against county rivals CBA, Eastern Wayne more
C.B. Aycock claims eight-point road win more
East Duplin pulls away in second half more
Rebels turn in all-around team effort more
Residents must call hotline number and schedule an appointment more
Sampson County native working to improve family's farm more
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