LAURINBURG – Making sure Scotland County's general election on Nov. 4 is as problem-free as possible dominated the agenda Monday at the Board of Elections' regular meeting.
LAURINBURG — The spooky series of events and activities comprising this year's Big Read, sponsored by the Storytelling and Arts Center of the Southeast and the Scotland County Memorial Library, is scheduled to begin later this...
EAST LAURINBURG — Skittish after a summer-long spree of burglaries and thefts, and frustrated that no one has been arrested or charged in dozens of break-ins and attempted break-ins, some residents in this tiny working-class enclave are waiting...
LAURINBURG — A Laurinburg man was arrested on Saturday night for driving a moped while intoxicated and endangering a minor, according to the N.C. Highway Patrol.
LAURINBURG — The Laurinburg Fire Department has been recognized for its efforts last year to prevent fire-related deaths.
LAURINBURG – A quest to find out more about North Carolina Poet Laureate John Charles McNeill led Scotland County native Mary Wayne Watson further back into Sandhills history than she anticipated, she said this weeek during a talk to the Rotary...
Laurinburg has a history of creating some true movers and shakers and Donald, Dick, and Terry could be counted amongst that group. Terry was the oldest, born in Laurinburg in 1917, then came Donald in 1919, and Dick in 1922.
By early afternoon on April 10, 1964, a Tuesday, Gibson would begin its unlikely role in the national spotlight. Gibson then was a robust town. All of its downtown buildings, many of which are now gone, housed a variety of retail, service, and medical...
LAURINBURG — The 46th year of the St. Andrews University Writers' Forum begins with a fall semester schedule including four North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame inductees.
LAURINBURG — Have you ever wondered how Disney, Starbucks and Apple create dominance in the brand and in business? Imagine if you could create a customer focused brand culture like Disney. What would your business look like?
LAURINBURG — Scotland County Memorial Library is now offering eBooks from two new collections.
LAURINBURG — The Scottish Pilot Club of Laurinburg will be holding its annual Barbara Sasseen Memorial Golf Tournament on Sept. 25 at Deercroft Golf Club.
HAMLET — At its September meeting, the Richmond Community College Board of Trustees received a dose of good news about the college's associates degree nursing program.
LAURINBURG — Gravity Hill, the student literary journal at St. Andrews University, is inviting the Laurinburg community to submit work for possible publication in its 11th edition.
LAURINBURG — Scotland Memorial Hospital medical staff members don't usually make house calls. Friday was an exception, though, as they joined volunteers from Walgreens Drugs and Campbells' Soup Company for a different type of home...
LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Democratic Party has claimed its permanent headquarters.
LAURINBURG — The Young Entrepreneur Academy (YEA!) is having an information session for high school students, parents and educators on Sept.15 at 6:30 pm at the Chamber of Commerce office at 606 Atkinson St.
LAURINBURG — Special Forces candidates will participate in the Robin Sage training exercise in 15 North Carolina counties this month, including Scotland County.
ROCKINHAM — The DeWitt Performing Arts Series will feature two multi-platinum recording artists this season, as well as a Grammy-winning Broadway musical revue and many more attractions at the Robert L. and Elizabeth S. Cole Auditorium on the...
Submission guidelines: Submissions must be delivered to the Laurinburg Exchange office, emailed to Abbi Overfelt, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or faxed to 910-249-2500 by Wednesday at noon for inclusion in Friday's edition.
The Old Testament Law contains 613 individual commandments. The majority of these are negative: “Thou shalt not” do such or so. These commandments prohibit activities ranging from coveting your neighbor's cow to wearing pants made...
LAURINBURG — Two St. Andrews University wrestlers have been charged with the rape of a fellow student during a party on campus last weekend.
LAURINBURG — Police are investigating a rape reported by an 18-year-old St. Andrews University student, according to Assistant Police Chief Cliff Sessoms.
WAGRAM — The Wagram Town Board approved a $200,000 contract bid Thursday night from a Laurinburg firm to build a new 2,400 square-foot nutrition center on McKay Street, and also voted to seek bids to expand the recreation center.
When we are at our worst, God is at his best!