Exploring the final frontier
Mustangs up for adoption
Project may be lifesaver for Scotland residents
Parkinson event to help families deal with illness
House where body was found on city’s hit list
- Bold-Faced Liars’ Showdown part of Springfest - 11:58 am
- RCC hosts rural business series - 4:43 pm
- RCC to hold LinkedIn lecture - 4:40 pm
- White House pushes uncertain bid to revive health care bill - 8:19 am
- Mustangs up for adoption - 7:31 am
- Project may be lifesaver for Scotland residents - 7:02 am
- Parkinson event to help families deal with illness - 6:58 am
- House where body was found on city’s hit list - 6:47 am
- Survey may help steer Laurinburg growth - 6:43 am
- Pastor looks to empower Scotland County youth - 7:49 am
- Teen charged in Maxton shooting death - 7:45 am
- Scotland County’s health rankings poor - 7:41 am
- Investigators seek clues to East Laurinburg fire - 7:08 am
- Crime report - 6:58 am
- Scotland postal workers try to stamp out hunger - 6:51 am
- Laurinburg keeps council filing fee the same - 6:48 am updated: 6:50 am.
- Open house to celebrate RCC Guarantee - 2:34 am
- Church reopens after 2015 fire - 7:39 am updated: 10:24 am.
- Scotland County elementary schools to hold kindergarten registration - 1:30 pm
- Students of the future - 1:13 pm
- Scotland County Democrats looking to the next election - 7:42 am
- Crime report - 7:33 am
- Washington Park to host 5th Egg Extravaganza - 7:15 am updated: 7:15 am.
- Scotland lawmakers differ on liability for hog farming - 7:04 am
- SAU Western team wins first place - 6:57 am
Pastor looks to empower Scotland County youth
LAURINBURG — Tony Fairley talked to members of the Laurinburg City Council about a subject he is certainly familiar with — young people ge...
Teen charged in Maxton shooting death
LUMBERTON — A teenager has been charged with murder in connection with a shooting death of a Maxton man on Saturday, according to a Robeson Coun...
Scotland County’s health rankings poor
LAURINBURG — Scotland County is one of the unhealthiest places in the state.That was the finding of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s r...
Investigators seek clues to East Laurinburg fire
EAST LAURINBURG – Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of a Monday night fire that began at the site of the old Waverly Mill pl...
LarcenyGIBSON – A resident of Main Street reported to the sheriff’s office on Monday that her son had stolen the keys to her house and sho...
Scotland postal workers try to stamp out hunger
LAURINBURG — Letter carriers plan to carry out their annual food drive next month.The U.S. Postal Service in Scotland County and across the coun...
St. Andrews hands out end-of-season awards
LAURINBURG — St. Andrews University held their annual athletic banquet earlier this week and handed out numerous awards to the college’s d...
NCHSAA football championships return to Durham
CHAPEL HILL — The North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced Thursday that it has partnered with the Triangle Sports Commission (...
Regular seasons wrap up
LAURINBURG — With Spring Break winding down, the Scotland High School sports teams are getting back on the field, court or pitch as they prepare...
Knights baseball holds of Pfeiffer
MISENHEIMER — The St. Andrews University baseball team edged non-conference Pfeiffer University 8-6 on the road earlier this week. The Knights s...
The end of an era
LAURINBURG — After more than 30 years the Southeastern conference is no more.The Fighting Scots along with the SEC’s six other teams ̵...
Cape Fear blanks Scots
FAYETTEVILLE — Scotland and Cape Fear clashed Tuesday night in the 2017 Hoyt Warren-Wayne Edwards Invitational championship game.The Scots had t...
Laurinburg Easter egg hunt puts fun in many baskets
LAURINBURG — Washington Park was overflowing with children and their families as the beautiful weather on Saturday brought hundreds out to enjoy...
Washington Park event turns out to egg-cellent
Amber Hatten | Laurinburg ExchangeLunch was provided for those who attended Saturday’s fourth annual Eggstravaganza at Washington Park free of c...
Students of the future
LAURINBURG — Scotland County Schools elementary and middle school Robotics Clubs held a Lego Robotics Showcase last weekend at Sycamore Lane Ele...
Laurel Hill’s Pickin’ Shed shelters bluegrass tradition
LAUREL HILL — With clear skies and warm weather comes local bluegrass traditions.For two decades, Danny Pate and his band, the Red Bluff Rambler...
Bridge championship results
LAURINBURG — The Bridge-at-the-Village group met on April 10 for the Club Championship Game at Scotia Village under the direction of Mac Doubles...
Club turns to community
LAURINBURG — A middle school club whose mission is to assist others is looking for a little help itself.The club — Carver Middle School Bl...
Mindfulness for beginners
In a world that caters to having a fast-paced lifestyle, seldom are we encouraged to just be present and explore our current space. But in recent year...
A NC mountain woman’s adventure in Bulgaria
Why would North Carolinian Elizabeth Kostova, who is a New York Times No.1 bestselling author, set her action-packed novel in Bulgaria?I will give you...
Honest resident deserves thanks
To the editor:A recent misdelivered envelope, containing a check for the Hospice tournament, found its way to Aberdeen Road rather than the addressed ...
GOP lawmakers pick loser in battle with ACC
Republicans in Raleigh for some reason insist on picking losing hands.The party, which controls both chambers with veto-proof majorities, is well posi...
Were the ‘good old days’ really good?
Generally speaking, I’m not the sort of person who romanticizes the past. The “good old days” hold little allure.During my childhood...
Newcomer’s view of Scotland County
When a visitor to Scotland County crosses the county line his initial thought resembles something like “where in the world am I?” Once he ...