Young Scotland professionals host beer tasting
Scotland clinic requests more in funding
Scotland Sheriff’s Office asks for SBI investigation
Laurinburg public housing to pass light bills on to tenants
Council said issue not ignored
- Laurinburg native to intern at General Assembly - 3:57 pm
- Stuck between a rock and a hard place - 8:43 am
- Young Scotland professionals host beer tasting - 6:04 am
- Scotland clinic requests more in funding - 5:43 am
- Forest City postal worker says he failed to deliver mail for years - 12:03 am
- Autopsy: Ex-Marine was drunk during shootout - 11:43 pm
- Chickenpox outbreak reported at Buncombe County school - 10:23 pm
- Dems ask Court to dismiss voting law case - 9:03 pm
- Scotland Sheriff’s Office asks for SBI investigation - 8:57 pm
- Laurinburg public housing to pass light bills on to tenants - 8:52 pm updated: 8:58 pm.
- Wilkes County 2-year-old shoots himself - 8:18 pm
- Scotland churches take part in Lenten service series - 5:00 pm
- Bojangles’ to phase out using chickens raised on antibiotics - 4:38 pm
- Scotland Clinic director makes case to state lawmakers - 11:27 am
- Greenville mayor helps get erratic driver off road - 7:08 am
- Maxton to remove eyesore - 6:01 am
- Richmond County women injured in separate shootings - 5:33 am
- Lumberton show on Friday to benefit flood victims - 4:41 am
- Powwow planned for March 18 at UNCP - 3:07 am updated: 7:31 am.
- Patterson named permanent Scotland County health director - 2:33 am
- Dems push bills addressing profiling, hate crimes - 12:39 am
- New Democratic Party chairman to speak in Scotland County - 12:25 am
- Scotland County, Laurinburg managers to meet on fire substations - 10:47 pm
- Scotland sorority plans Zumbathon - 10:45 pm
- SBI searches county offices in payroll probe - 7:37 pm
Wilkes County 2-year-old shoots himself
THURMOND (AP) — Authorities are investigating after a 2-year-old Wilkes County boy shot himself with a gun he found in his parents’ vehicl...
Scotland churches take part in Lenten service series
LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Ministerial Association will hold a series of noon Lenten Services for the community.The first service takes pl...
Bojangles’ to phase out using chickens raised on antibiotics
CHARLOTTE (AP) — Bojangles’ has announced it will be phasing out chicken raised on antibiotics following protests from activists.The Charl...
Scotland Clinic director makes case to state lawmakers
RALEIGH — Scotland Community Health Clinic Executive Director Andy Kurtzman was one of health officials who traveled to Raleigh this week to mee...
Greenville mayor helps get erratic driver off road
GREENVILLE (AP) — The mayor of Greenville turned traffic cop last weekend after he helped keep a motorist driving erratically from getting back ...
Stuck between a rock and a hard place
As buzzwords go, “authenticity” is one of the more mysterious ones. And the quest for it has led American businesses to the spot where the...
St. Andrews men survive, women fall
KINGSPORT, Tenn. — The St. Andrews University men’s basketball team, a No. 8 seed, cruised past No. 9 Milligan College 88-76 in the first ...
St. Andrews golf teams having early season success
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. — The St. Andrews University men’s and women’s golf teams continued their spring season at Georgetown College...
Local golfer sinks hole-in-one
LAURINBURG — Cypress Creek Golf Links on Tuesday had another golfer hit a hole-in-one shot.Emery Hunt sunk his hole-in-one on No. 16 using an 8 ...
Knights TitusGary named AACPlayer of the Week
ASHEVILLE — St. Andrews senior shooting guard Titus Gary has been selected as the Appalachian Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Player ...
Scots RB Zamir White announces top four colleges
LAURINBURG — And then there were four.After two months of anticipation, Fighting Scots running back Zamir White has narrowed down his Division I...
Ready for breaded cutlets of a different kind? Try cauliflower
Attempts to eat more vegetables and less meat — or just more vegetables — tend to be perpetual for a lot of people.It’s a challenge....
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...
Eastpointe OKs consolidation with Cardinal
BEULAVILLE — Eastpointe Human Services’ board of directors has unanimously approved a consolidation agreement with Cardinal Innovations He...
Designers take a holistic approach to health-care spaces
Health-care facilities can be stressful places for patients and visitors, with depressing waiting rooms, rows of uncomfortable seating, a blaring tele...
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...
Our View: Helping those in need always terrific bargain
Have you thanked a volunteer today?You need to because your gratitude is their pay.You have a chance to both thank and help volunteers at the Scotland...
St. Andrews thrives on a two-way street
Whether it’s setting a positive example for middle schoolers or supporting a local nonprofit, St. Andrews employees are often giving their time and ...
Let’s foster business growth
RALEIGH — In today’s highly polarized climate, can we get our politicians to agree anything? Well, I can think of at least proposition tha...
Their View: Confused by Trump-speak? Sad. Pathetic.
If you watched President Donald Trump’s most recent news conference, you may have reached a point midway through when you thought: “That...
TAR HEEL VIEW: Yes, the press is the enemy — of secrecy
How should the press respond to President Donald Trump’s claim that “the fake news media” are “the enemy of the American peopl...
Letter: Let’s all slow down
To the editor:Recently, how many times have you heard or asked yourself – “I’m so busy I can hardly have a moment to myself to do wh...