Scotland officials express concern with Mayor Block criticism
Pendant donated for Scotland Hospice tourney
Scotland leaders fail to find new school site
Scotland County United Way director to step down
Rep. Ken Goodman appointed to committee
- Scotland officials express concern with Mayor Block criticism - 7:13 pm updated: 7:15 pm.
- Pendant donated for Scotland Hospice tourney - 12:32 pm
- Scotland leaders fail to find new school site - 12:04 pm updated: 12:18 pm.
- Scotland County United Way director to step down - 11:56 am updated: 11:57 am.
- Bridge championship results - 11:59 am
- Rep. Ken Goodman appointed to committee - 11:54 am
- ‘SATW! to return after 10-year absence - 10:14 am
- Laurinburg Service Thread cited for excellence - 9:04 am
- Lead contamination closes Laurinburg armory - 8:16 am
- Senior robbed at Maxton store - 10:49 pm
- Mayor criticized over taxes, comments - 9:37 pm updated: 8:18 pm.
- Scotland County government hit with computer virus, again - 9:33 pm updated: 9:43 pm.
- Scotland County Health Department to close for training - 11:16 am
- Blue nominated for UNC board - 7:01 am
- Civil War Reenactors bring history home to Laurinburg - 3:00 am
- Scotland board receives funds for food, shelter - 11:10 pm
- Crime Report - 10:46 pm
- Scotland NAACP to share views in Raleigh - 9:40 pm
- Rural education summit planned - 9:32 pm
- Rep. Garland Pierce named to legal committee - 9:17 pm
- Police: Man steals underwear at knife-point - 9:14 pm
- Ice heats up strawberry patch - 6:40 am
- Battle to provide history lesson - 1:17 pm
- St. Andrews recognizes writers at Fortner-Ragan dinner - 7:30 pm updated: 2:45 pm.
- Tuscarora chief nabbed in drug bust - 6:04 pm
Senior robbed at Maxton store
MAXTON – Maxton police are looking for a man who robbed an 80-year-old man at Nic’s Pic Kwik on Patterson Street.Police said a man approac...
Mayor criticized over taxes, comments
LAURINBURG — Laurinburg Mayor Matthew Block, often critical of other elected officials, got a public dressing down this week for his “own ...
Scotland County government hit with computer virus, again
LAURINBURG – Scotland County computer servers have been the victim of a virus for the second time in a year leaving the county no other option but t...
Scotland County Health Department to close for training
LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Health Department will close at noon on Thursday and be closed through Friday for employee development.Normal b...
Blue nominated for UNC board
LUMBERTON — The current chairman of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke board of trustees has been nominated to serve on the University...
Civil War Reenactors bring history home to Laurinburg
LAURINBURG — For some, the handful of Union soldiers battling nearly two dozen Confederate soldiers was not quite accurate.But spectators said S...
UNC’s Trubisky draws crowd at pro workout
CHAPEL HILL — Mitch Trubisky tried to ignore the cameras following his every move during North Carolina’s pro day, down to the guy holding...
Pickers still think UNC has a chance
LAURINBURG — The Exchange’s VIP Pickers are back — busted brackets and all — for the Sweet 16 round of the 2017 NCAA Division ...
Soccer struggles against Pinecest
LAURINBURG — The Lady Scots soccer team is still in search of its first win of the season after falling to conference rival Pinecrest on Monday,...
St. Andrews sports roundup
HICKORY — The St. Andrews University men’s and women’s outdoor track teams competed at the Lenoir-Rhyne University Invitational on S...
Lady Scots softball dominates Southern Lee
LAURINBURG — It was a pitcher’s battle through the first four innings of Friday’s game between the Lady Scots and Southern Lee.The L...
Lady Scots soccer falls in conference opener
LAURINBURG — The Lady Scots soccer team is still searching for its first win of the season after falling to conference rival Purnell Swett on Fr...
LAURINBURG — The Bridge-at-the-Village group met on March 6 at Scotia Village under the direction of Brian Potter.1. James Potter / Pearl Kessle...
LEXINGTON, S.C. — Dr. and Mrs. Gregory James Konduros of Lexington, S.C. have announced the engagement of their daughter Ann Malek Konduros, of ...
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Scotland Board of Education gets schooled in Lego Robotics
LAURINBURG — Student engineers from North Laurinburg Elementary School taught Scotland County Schools Board of Education members a few things ab...
LAURINBURG — The Bridge-at-the-Village group met on Feb. 27 at Scotia Village under the direction of Brian Potter.1. Betty Hasty / Lil Owens;2. ...
Cooper is in weaker position
Newly elected Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper gave his first State of the State address on March 13. The longtime leader of the North Carolina Senate, Phil...
Scotland Dems: Compromise no virtue in civil rights
Compromise is a virtue. That’s a no-brainer, right? We’d probably all agree that without it Congress would never pass a law, marriages wou...
Closer care is better by far
My previous message from the Scotland Health Care System focused on the Safe, High Quality, and Compassionate Care we provide. This message focuses on...
Column: Scotland’s school floor explained
A lot of people talk of the Scotland “School Floor”. Few fully understand it.As mayor of Laurinburg, the city that is home to the high sch...
Cooper budget signals left’s defeat
Roy Cooper has just submitted his first budget proposal as governor of North Carolina. It is a political document — and I don’t mean that ...
TAR HEEL VIEW: Let’s cheer real economic progress
Despite the chaos and growing fears about disunity among Americans that may cause lasting harm to our democracy, the United States is experiencing one...