Rep. Pittenger to hold telephone town hall
Fire closes Laurinburg Bojangles
Laurinburg native to head NC inspection division
Scotland real estate agents recognized
Rep. Garland Pierce’s driving-with-pets bill brought to heel
- UNC board reduction bill heads to Cooper’s desk - 6:22 pm
- Gov. Cooper plans NC teacher-pay boost - 5:12 pm
- Chicken festival bill ruffles feathers in Rose Hill - 3:52 pm
- Rep. Pittenger to hold telephone town hall - 3:32 pm
- Fire closes Laurinburg Bojangles - 1:12 pm
- Laurinburg native to head NC inspection division - 12:01 pm
- Scotland real estate agents recognized - 11:48 am
- Rep. Garland Pierce’s driving-with-pets bill brought to heel - 11:41 am
- Scotland health Department: Flu shots here - 11:26 am
- Bridge results - 11:19 am
- Housing money available to Scotland residents - 10:15 am
- Scotland NAACP to meet Sunday - 9:44 am updated: 3:05 pm.
- Laurinburg graduates first Citizens’ Academy - 9:28 am
- South Scotland Elementary Chuck Dulin uses illness to motivate - 6:32 am
- Delegation wants update on Laurinburg crime rate proposal - 9:48 pm
- Scotland High School’s performance of ‘Raisin’ postponed - 6:09 pm
- Scotland’s Mountaire project awarded $1.35 grant for rail access - 5:14 pm
- Rockingham driver cited in Laurinburg accident - 5:14 pm
- Laurinburg man charged in 2016 auto theft - 5:04 pm updated: 5:04 pm.
- Garland Pierce named as Democrat whip for state House - 10:25 am
- Scotland County shows Taste at food event - 9:51 am
- Scotland all-female barbershop chorus regroups - 8:13 am
- Crime report - 8:05 am
- Scotland youth to share tech knowledge - 7:48 am
- Sun shines on hard-hit county - 7:32 am
LAURINBURG — The Bridge-at-the-Village group met on Feb. 20 at Scotia Village under the direction of Brian Potter.1. Patsy Smith / Barbara Henry...
Housing money available to Scotland residents
LUMBERTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development announced this morning that federal funding is still available through its Sing...
Scotland NAACP to meet Sunday
LAURINBURG — The Scotland County NAACP will hold a general membership meeting on Sunday. The meeting is open to members and the public. It will...
Laurinburg graduates first Citizens’ Academy
LAURINBURG — Any mention of a six-week program is enough to give anyone pause. However, that’s not the case for 13 participants for the ci...
South Scotland Elementary Chuck Dulin uses illness to motivate
LAURINBURG — When South Scotland Elementary School principal Chuck Dulin was diagnosed with Stage 2 cancer in November, at first he was unclear ...
Delegation wants update on Laurinburg crime rate proposal
LAURINBURG — The Laurinburg City Council will hear from a delegation tonight asking what city leaders plan to do about the high incidence of cri...
St. Andrews basketball teams finish regular seasons
LAURINBURG — The St. Andrews University men’s basketball team was unable to extend their win on Senior Day. The Knights fell to Allen Univ...
Batter up, it’s baseball season
LAURINBURG — The Fighting Scots baseball team hosted a three team scrimmage on Saturday to open their pre-season. The unseasonably warm weather ...
Seven SEC teams advance to 4A playoffs
LAURINBURG — The North Carolina High School Athletic Association released the 2017 girls and boys basketball playoff brackets on Sunday — ...
Softball drops two games to FSU
FAYETTEVILLE — The St. Andrews University softball team faced another Div. II foe Fayetteville State University on Thursday. The Lady Knights dr...
St. Andrews hosts weekly youth wrestling class
LAURINBURG — The St. Andrews University wrestling team is just over halfway through the second session of the Knights Wrestling Academy.The week...
NC State: Gottfried won’t return as men’s basketball coach
RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina State says men’s basketball coach Mark Gottfried won’t return for a seventh season but will coach the ...
Neil Simon’s ‘Barefoot in the Park’ to be performed at RCC’s Cole
HAMLET— Neil Simon’s “Barefoot in the Park” will be presented live on stage at the Cole Auditorium by Montana Repertory Theatr...
The art of love
Nolan Gilmour | Laurinburg ExchangeStella Hayes, left, was one of 15 seniors of Wagram who spent Valentine’s Day painting. The Wagram Active Liv...
LAURINBURG — The Bridge-at-the-Village group met on Feb. 13 at Scotia Village under the direction of Brian Potter.1. Joanne Martin / Locke MacDo...
Scottish Pilot Club event offers wine, food and song
Attendees sampled a wide variety of food along with wines from local vineyards Cypress Bend Vineyards in Wagram and Locklear Vineyard and Winery of Ma...
Mace, Robinson engagement
Courtesy photoJoey and Susan Mace, of Laurinburg, have announced the engagement of their daughter Brittany Mace to Danny Robinson Jr. Danny is the son...
NC Senate leader Berger blocks HB2 fix, again
Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger and other Republican leaders have spent the last few days desperately distorting the facts and rewriting history ...
LETTER: Did Russia profit from US election?
To the Editor:According to your Feb. 11 page 2A AP article, national defense secretary Michael Flynn, questionably now retired or fired, has a recolle...
Educate, don’t ticket, drivers with pets in lap
You’ve heard about the nanny state. How about the pet-sitter state? An unnecessary if well-intentioned bill filed Wednesday in the N.C. General A...
Their view: Washington has always been notoriously leaky
His national security adviser had to resign after falsely denying secret talks with Russia. His White House aides splintered into warring factions. Hi...
Russian reality: Playing straight with the bear, avoiding claws
FEB. 12, 2017 — In considering the evolution of U.S.-Russian ties it is important to remember that there are advantages to good relations with t...
Wimpy politicians create fiscal mess
RALEIGH — Other than Dale Folwell, North Carolina’s new state treasurer, no state politician made a big campaign issue last fall of the co...