State raises alarm on smoke detectors
State bill would punish local ‘sanctuary policies’
Scotland County Farm Bureau completes renovation
Centenarian shares her story with students
Rep. Pittenger to hold telephone town hall
- SBI searches county offices in payroll probe - 7:37 pm
- State raises alarm on smoke detectors - 4:12 pm
- FBI assessing threat against Muslims - 1:30 pm
- Authorities: Nails purposely placed on trail - 11:06 am
- Lowe’s announces more than 500 layoffs - 10:37 am
- Cooper, Stein drop push for voter-ID review - 9:22 am
- State bill would punish local ‘sanctuary policies’ - 8:49 am
- GOP pushing to make judicial races partisan - 8:32 am
- Lawsuit: Prosecutors conspired to hire each other’s wives - 8:13 am
- Former Richmond High football coach charged - 8:08 am
- Scotland County Farm Bureau completes renovation - 7:59 am
- Crime report - 7:39 am
- Centenarian shares her story with students - 7:04 am
- 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
- Laurinburg Bojangles reopens after fryer fire - 1:12 pm updated: 10:08 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.
Former Richmond High football coach charged
ROCKINGHAM — Richmond Senior High School’s former football coach is in trouble with the law again, this time on a domestic violence-relate...
Scotland County Farm Bureau completes renovation
LAURINBURG — Scotland County Farm Bureau celebrated its re-opening in downtown Laurinburg with a party.The insurance agency saw its office on th...
Break inLAURINBURG – A resident of Hasty Road reported to police on Saturday that someone broke into her 2007 Chrysler while it was parked at th...
UNC board reduction bill heads to Cooper’s desk
RALEIGH (AP) — The Republican-controlled General Assembly on Monday sent its first bill of the year to new Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper — le...
Gov. Cooper plans NC teacher-pay boost
RALEIGH — New North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced Monday his two-year budget proposal will include average 5 percent raises for public scho...
Beacham headed to Pfeiffer
LAURINBURG — Scotland High School senior Emma Gray Beacham signing her letter of intent to play Division III volleyball at Pfeiffer University w...
A closer look at Scots baseball
LAURINBURG — With his rookie season out of the way, second-year head coach Chad Hill has just one more week before opening day to get the Fighti...
Knights wrestlers end season short of Nationals
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — The St. Andrews University wrestling team traveled to the Mid-South Conference NAIA National Qualifier in Bowling Green, Ky...
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 — ...
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...
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...
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...
Keep the dream alive
In this month we recognize what is known as Black History month. And being that it is such, I want to talk about a dream. Community, it is alright to ...
Stop demonizing diversity of opinion
Political rhetoric is bombarding us to the point we may want to ignore it all, but we can’t.We have to sift through it to make informed, reasona...
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...