Visitors get look at prison-to-farm effort
Wagram river race quite the challenge
Edible Book Festival to serve up fun
County certified as Work Ready
McInnis ‘grill bill’ on way to NC governor
- Maxton, St. Matthews to hold health fair - 8:10 pm
- Police: Kidnapping foiled at Laurinburg Walmart - 7:54 am
- Supreme Court strikes down NC districts - 7:42 am
- Visitors get look at prison-to-farm effort - 7:40 am
- Wagram river race quite the challenge - 7:40 am
- Senate bill could change Scotland County’s eligibility for food stamps - 7:38 am
- Consultant says reduction in light bills now possible - 7:48 am
- Scotland senior delegate to science congress - 7:44 am
- Edible Book Festival to serve up fun - 7:37 am
- McInnis ‘grill bill’ on way to NC governor - 7:31 am
- Laurinburg Institute welcomes alumni, community - 7:12 am
- Downtown upgrade closes Railroad Street - 7:04 am
- Crime report - 6:58 am
- Wagram prison project to offer tours - 6:58 am
- Golden Age queen, king crowned - 6:53 am
- Man charged in Laurinburg auto shop break-in - 6:53 am
- Chalk Banks Challenge returns - 7:46 am
- Woman charged with failure to return Laurinburg rental car - 7:45 am
- Mayor questions manager salary breakdown - 8:27 pm updated: 1:45 pm.
- Richmond Early College criticized over decision to recall yearbooks - 9:39 am
- Five killed in fiery I-95 accident - 9:26 am
- NC senator collapses during race, taken away in ambulance - 9:21 am
- Post Office collection benefits Church Community Services - 7:56 am
- Grads reach ‘pinnacle’ of year - 7:51 am
- Crime report - 7:48 am
McInnis ‘grill bill’ on way to NC governor
RALEIGH — A bill sponsored by a Scotland County lawmaker to allow restaurants to use outdoor grills has passed the state Senate and House.The le...
Laurinburg Institute welcomes alumni, community
LAURINBURG — Over the weekend, the iconic Laurinburg Institute will hold its 4th Annual Hall of Fame event and raise funds and awareness for the...
Downtown upgrade closes Railroad Street
LAURINBURG – Businesses along Railroad Street may be affected by the city’s decision to close off a portion of the street for renovations ...
Break inLAURINBURG – Scotland County Parks and Recreation reported to police on Wednesday that someone broke into the building at the Tennis Cen...
Wagram prison project to offer tours
WAGRAM — Free tours of the former Scotland Correctional Center turned sanctuary for troubled teens will be available to the public on Saturday.G...
Golden Age queen, king crowned
LAURINBURG — The Golden Age Committee Celebrated its fifth Anniversary in April and crowned a new king and Queen.Verlean Bell, the first-place q...
Tournament pits president against pro
LAURINBURG — Scotch Meadows Country Club held its annual President’s Cup tournament this past weekend as club Pro Chip Wells took on club ...
Local man hits hole-in-one
LAURINBURG — Carlis Bryant hit a hole-in-one last weekend at Cypress Creek Golf Links in Laurinburg.Bryant drained the shot using a 7-iron on th...
4A Regional baseball, softball championship games set
LAURINBURG — The Southeastern conference has one team still competing for a chance to advance to the 4A state softball championship.No. 2 Richmo...
St. Andrews offers summer swim classes
LAURINBURG — St. Andrews will host swim camps and summer swim lessons at O’Herron Pool starting next month.Taylor Cooper and his staff fro...
East-West All-Star game rosters released
LAURINBURG — The rosters for the 69th annual East-West All-Star football game have been released and the Fighting Scots football team will be se...
16 Scots earn All-Southeastern conference honors
LAURINBURG — Scotland High School spring athletics garnered 16 all-conference nominations in six spring sports — boy’s golf, softbal...
Board votes to close elementary schools
LAURINBURG — Despite strong opposition from those at public hearings, the Scotland County Board of Education voted unanimously Monday night to c...
Age no factor for athletes
LAURINBURG — Age is no excuse for the participants of the Scotland County Senior Games, it is only a requirement.The 2017 Scotland County Senior...
Special Olympians invade Pate Stadium
The 2017 Special Olympics of Scotland County began Tuesday morning with 50-meter races for athletes ages eight to 11-years-old. Medals were handed out...
Scotland County Special Olympians give 100 percent
LAURINBURG — A parade of athletes were welcomed into Pate Stadium by cheers and applause for the start of the 2017 Special Olympics of Scotland ...
Special day for super athletes, supporters
Scotland High School senior Nicolas Ring was presented the Chuck Sligh Award for his dedication to the Special Olympics by Julian Butler on Tuesday be...
Pressing your way through
Now, this morning all of us know something about pressing. “Pressing your way;” that means going against the odds to do something; it mean...
Chalk Banks River Challenge, festival continues the fun
As spring turns to summer, we are approaching the end of the spring festival season. Every year, as April and May come around, organizations conduct e...
How others see Laurinburg
If you have ever relocated within a state or moved to an entirely different state, as our family has on six occasions then you are aware of the tradit...
Disappointed in city council
To the editor:I am a citizen of Scotland County. These school closings are not a good thing.You city councilman need to sit up and take notice. Dr. Bl...
This column will focus on the word ‘misinformation.’ We will define it and then see how the word applies to Scotland County and the city o...
Path to healthy blood pressure
If you have high blood pressure, you know we need to take steps to lower it – but how much? Do you know your numbers? Do you know the recommende...