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Cummings lays out vision for UNC-Pembroke - Laurinburg Exchange
PEMBROKE — When asked which of the two universities he attended — the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill or Duke University — influenced his life the most, Dr. Robin Cummings had a quick reply. “Without too much thought I respond that the ...
SEarCH lauds 39 grads - Laurinburg Exchange
The 39 members of the Scotland Early College High School class of 2015 proceeded into their graduation ceremony on Saturday morning at St. Andrews University. Scotland Early College High School principal Joe Critcher presents a high school diploma to ...
Sorority alumnae present scholarships - Laurinburg Exchange
Maya Addai, of Scotland High School, received an academic scholarship as well as a Jabberwock Scholarship, from the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., Laurinburg Alumnae Chapter's Jabberwock pageant. LAURINBURG — Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., Laurinburg ...
Longtime practitioner joins Scotland Health’s Bennettsville practice - Laurinburg Exchange
BENNETTSVILLE, S.C. — Family Nurse Practitioner Gail Cain, who has provided medical care to Bennettsville community members for the past 15 years, has joined the staff of Scotland Health Care Center, a family practice facility on US 15-401 bypass.
McVicker, Ransom to wed - Laurinburg Exchange
LAUREL HILL — Carl and Rebecca Chavis of Aberdeen are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Martiza Chavis McVicker of Laurel Hill to Richard Kevin Ransom, also of Laurel Hill. Kevin is the son of Dorothy Ransom and the late Edward Ransom ...
Karen Gibson School of Dance to present 45th dance production - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — The Karen Gibson School of Dance will present its 54th annual dance production on May 30 at Scotland High School’s auditorium. The 6 p.m. performance will feature students aged 4 through adult performing tap, ballet, lyrical, pointe, jazz ...
Remember the fallen this Monday - Laurinburg Exchange
Patriotism. It’s one of many feelings I get when I see an American flag. More than just stiches and dye on a piece of fabric, the American flag stands for liberty, freedom and pride. It represents the history of our nation and soars as a symbol of our ...
Carlyle graduates with honors from Marine Corps training course - Laurinburg Exchange
TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. — A 2013 Scotland High School graduate has completed training as a Tactical Data Systems Administrator MOS 5974, earning a 99.31 percent final average and a meritorious mast award from the United States Marine Corps. Lance Cpl.
Remembering doesn’t require grand gesture - Laurinburg Exchange
As evident by the number of cars that will be found on our highways this weekend, for many whose employers allow them the opportunity, Memorial Day marks the first unofficial day of summer — a day to celebrate in the backyard or at the beach, maybe in a ...
McPhatter receives Ph.D - Laurinburg Exchange
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Marlon Rafael McPhatter has earned his doctorate in sports management from the College of Education at Florida State University. McPhatter is the son of Eunice Campbell and the stepson of Charles Campbell. He is the grandson of the ...
LETTER: Information for a historical day trip - Laurinburg Exchange
Scotland County Genealogical Society will not be going for their annual outing. However, I think your readers will be interested in what I learned while researching the possibilities for our outing. The former James Stillman Rockefeller estate is part of ...
Addai to Receive Martin Luther King Jr. scholarship - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Scotland High School senior Maya Addai is the recipient of a $1,000 Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship from the North Carolina Association of Educators. It will be presented during the school’s awards program on Tuesday at 6 p.m. Presented ...
Memorial Day ceremony planned for Monday - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Veterans Council on Monday will present a Memorial Day tribute to veterans of all wars, especially those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. The 5 p.m. ceremony will take place at Hillside Memorial Park on U.S. 401 bypass.
Red Cross plans two blood drives - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — The American Red Cross will start the summer with two blood drives, one this month and one the next. The first will be held Tuesday from 2-6:30 p.m. at the fellowship hall of Laurinburg Presbyterian Church. The second will be June 11, from ...
Brian Rush scholarships awarded - Laurinburg Exchange
From left, 2015 Brian Haywood Rush Memorial Scholarship recipients Jerry Ingram, III, Leshaun Peterkin, Sommore Terry, Imani McPhatter, and CJ McLaurin. LAURINBURG — A handful of graduating seniors were wished well as they prepare for the next step in ...