Monday, March 8, 2021






Clayton Public Power To Launch Customer Survey

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Clayton Public Power announced today that they are conducting residential and commercial telephone surveys as part of a long-term planning study. The purpose of...

N.C. Egg Farming: Forever In The Family And Always In The Heart

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By Taylor Parrish on February 5, 2021 NASHVILLE, NC - Trey Braswell, of Braswell Family Farm, grew up with a strong love and heart for agriculture....

Johnston County Water Disinfection Change March 1st

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Beginning on March 1, 2021, the Johnston County Water Treatment Plant will temporarily stop feeding ammonia with chlorine for disinfection and start feeding chlorine...

Town Of Smithfield To Conduct Annual Free Chlorine Burnout

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The Town of Smithfield Water Filtration Plant, in conjunction with the Water Distribution Department, will conduct a free chlorine burnout of the water distribution...

Johnston County Board Appointments – February 2021

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The Johnston County Board of Commissioners made the following appointments during their February 2021 meeting:Economic Development Advisory Board:  (5 positions; 2 year terms)Archer Lodge...

JWL Places Child-Centered Resource Bags In Blessings Boxes And Little Free Libraries

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The Junior Women’s League of Smithfield partnered with Alliance Behavioral Health, Johnston County CMARC, and Huebner Family McDonald’s to put together 500 child-centered resource...

NC Top In The Nation For Vaccinating People 65 And Older

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Kaiser Family Foundation ranks North Carolina as first in the nation for vaccinating the largest share of its 65 and older population at 49%. This...

Smithfield Council Approves Vehicle, Equipment Purchases

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The Smithfield Town Council unanimously approved the purchase of $92,683 in equipment and vehicles during their February 2021 meeting. A bid was awarded to Capital...

‘We’re Going To Lose A Friend As Well As A Colleague’

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Sears worker retiring after 50 years Geneva Watson started working at the Sears on Cumberland Avenue 50 years ago, selling household appliances. She is retiring...

Cooper Makes Move To Reopen Bars, Says More Government Money Is Needed

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By John Trump Carolina Journal News Service Private bars will open at limited capacity under a new executive decree from the governor, although at the...