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Stone tapped for district judge seat - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — An attorney practicing in Scotland and Hoke county who last week was appointed as a District Court judge was once reprimanded by the North Carolina State Bar, according to disciplinary records on the bar’s website. Michael Stone, of Michael A.
Faster, easier website unveiled today - Laurinburg Exchange
The Laurinburg Exchange is today unveiling a significant upgrade of its website, making www.laurinburgexchange.com easier to navigate, faster to load and more effective for advertisers. As with this week’s launch of our redesigned print product, the new ...
Don’t let back-to-school tasks sneak up on you - Laurinburg Exchange
Parents, if this is your first time at the back-to-school rodeo, let me share a few lessons my wife and I have learned the hard way. Chances are you’ll be spending the next few weeks filling out piles of pre-enrollment paperwork, lining up carpools and ...
Where did all of NC’s new voters come from? - Laurinburg Exchange
“Voters born elsewhere make up nearly half of N.C. electorate.” So begins the latest DataNet report from the UNC Program on Public Life, directed by former journalist Ferrel Guillory. So what? What difference does it make to us that almost half of ...
A new look, thanks to our readers - Laurinburg Exchange
The Laurinburg Exchange is today launching a new look designed to make the newspaper easier to read, more dependable in its layout and more effective for our advertisers. It’s true that we live in a digital age, and more people than ever are turning to ...
800 customers affected by two power outages - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Downed tree branches and heavy rain damaged equipment on two electrical poles on Monday, according to the city of Laurinburg’s Electrical Services director, causing two separate outages that affected a total of more than 800 people.
County native’s collection gets national display - Laurinburg Exchange
TITUSVILLE, Fla. — A Laurel Hill native and former NASA project manager will be honored next week for his commitment to educating children about humanity’s forays into space exploration. Joseph Williams’ collection of space memorabilia has taken the ...
Crime report for July 22 - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Tierra Blackwell, 19, of 900 Charlotte St. Apt. 11B, and James Tyner, 29, of 15441 Rhonda St., were each placed in the Scotland County jail under a $1,500 bond after they were found to be smoking marijuana in the presence of a toddler and ...
Quick thinking by provider saves patient - Laurinburg Exchange
CLARKTON — Dakota Winstead had almost gotten used to having migraines. But over the course of time, those migraines came more often, lasted too long and brought on other symptoms. That’s when he was all but forced to get it checked out, and what he was ...
Festival shows Lumber the love - Laurinburg Exchange
ORRUM — There were plenty of familiar faces and just as many new ones attending the fifth annual Lumber River Day festival on Saturday, but more importantly, according to the superintendent of the Lumber River State Park, were the number of smiles.