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Congress must defund amnesty - Laurinburg Exchange
More than three months ago, President Barack Obama took unprecedented executive action to grant amnesty to nearly 5 million illegal immigrants. As I’ve said before, I do not agree with the president’s executive actions on immigration, and I am outraged ...

Pride pull away in 4th quarter - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — For a second straight season, the Scotland girl’s basketball team was eliminated in the first round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association 4A playoffs. The No. 8-seeded Lady Scots, who entered Saturday’s game riding an 11 ...

Woman with Wagram ties makes fifth straight Dean’s List - Laurinburg Exchange
WILMINGTON — The granddaughter of Wagram natives Dr. Johnie and Bernice Gorham has marked her fifth straight semester on the Dean’s List at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Mikayla Kinlock, who is double-majoring in International Studies ...

Economic developer has a big role to play - Laurinburg Exchange
If there’s one thing that can be learned from the recent search by Sanderson Farms for a suitable location for a new chicken processing plant, it’s that any new industry expected to bring 1,000 jobs and invest millions in a community will have their ...

Pilot Club of Laurinburg receives grant for Smart Boards - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — The Pilot Club of Laurinburg will soon receive a grant to install two internet-capable dry-erase boards in North Laurinburg Elementary School. The local chapter was selected by the Pilot International Founders Fund to receive monies for the ...

County weighs budget options - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — In a Friday retreat, the Scotland County Board of Commissioners highlighted priorities and established a framework for budget discussions in the coming months. In his presentation to the commissioners, County Manager Kevin Patterson said ...

Dude looks like a lady - Laurinburg Exchange
“Davy” Wells of WLNC Radio struck a pose during the eveningwear portion of Friday's womanless pageant, during which the contestants mingled with the crowd to collect money for United Way of Scotland County. As Susie Q Benderman, Scotland County EMS ...

A profitable job offer refused - Laurinburg Exchange
Apparently I was a storyteller long before I knew I was a storyteller. At the age of 10 I was determined I would be a professional wrestler. On a summer day in Nova Scotia, I sat on a log in the middle of the woods with my brother Brian. He was 24 and the ...

Vigil commemorates boy’s life - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Like most people, Chaka Davis Smith was totally in the dark about Jeune’s Syndrome when a doctor diagnosed the rare disease in her 2-year-old child in 2010, the only case in all of North Carolina that year. Tristan Smith died of the ...

Lady Scots to play today - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Four days after they were initially scheduled to tip, Scotland and Leesville Road finally meet today in Laurinburg for the first round of the North Carolina Athletic Association 4A state tournament. As was the case for many of the tournament ...

Huskies end Scots’ season - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — For two and a half quarters, Scotland appeared to be in control of their first-round playoff matchup against Hough. The Scots led by three points at halftime, by as many as six in the opening minutes of the third quarter and, for the most ...

Readers share thoughts on their church - Laurinburg Exchange
“Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came” is the title of a 1970 film that derived its name from an American anti-war slogan from the hippie subculture during the Vietnam War. So says Wikipedia. The idea is so outrageous that I can’t even imagine a ...

Keep your spiritual closet clean - Laurinburg Exchange
Joe Stowell said, “We clean up the outside of our lives hoping that no one will look into the ‘closet’ where we have hidden our sins by rationalization and excuses, and by blaming others for our own faults.” What if, saints, we would spend as much ...

Tax shift in NC continues - Laurinburg Exchange
State lawmakers are targeting cash-strapped homeowners as they continue to pursue tax changes that would shift even more of the tax load to low- and middle-income taxpayers, while preserving tax benefits that have largely flowed to the wealthy and ...

Tax changes in effect this year - Laurinburg Exchange
It is officially tax season! By now you should have received your W-2s and additional tax documents needed to correctly file your 2014 tax returns. Let’s take an overall look at some of the important tax changes that took effect for the 2014 tax season.

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