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Out with the old, in with the new - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Many of the county’s youth football players will sport new helmets when they take the gridiron this fall. On June 9, Scotland County Parks and Recreation will receive a check from the Scottish Pilot Club at their advisory board meeting to ...

Scotland defeats Purnell Swett for second time, winning 6-2 - Laurinburg Exchange
PEMBROKE — The Southeastern Conference race, which was a muddled mess entering Friday night’s baseball action, didn’t get any clearer after Scotland swept the season from Purnell Swett. The Scots (6-5, 3-2) defeated the Rams (12-4, 3-3) for the ...

Food blog names Miyako Laurinburg’s No. 1 eatery - Laurinburg Exchange
From left, Miyako Japanese Cuisine owner Lilly Ruan and wait staff Jessica Powell, Betty Li, Hailey Byrd, Allyson Smith, Sharon Scott, and Tiffany Berry. LAURINBURG — Serving a unique assortment of sushi and sashimi, hibachi and teriyaki dishes and other ...

School board to talk redistricting at Sunday meeting - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — To further consider school closure and redistricting proposals, the Scotland County Board of Education will reconvene on Sunday. Proposals on the table currently include the closure of Pate-Gardner Elementary, closure of Covington Street ...

Pierce calls for state veterans’ agency - Laurinburg Exchange
RALEIGH — State Rep. Garland E. Pierce wants a North Carolina veterans’ agency led by a cabinet-level secretary and a law to ensure military experience can be used to qualify vets for civilian jobs in law enforcement and emergency medical services.

Cheraw craftsman finds his niche - Laurinburg Exchange
CHERAW, S.C. — Mike Pruette picked up a new hobby while attending the Highland Games in Charlotte. At the games, Pruette met a man carrying a targe, a a type of Scottish shield usually carried by clansmen into battle during the 16th through the 18th ...

Banquet to support youth, celebrate those making a difference - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG – The 19 th annual Image Awards Banquet, sponsored by the Scotland County NAACP Youth Council, is set for 5 p.m. next Saturday, April 25, at The Clinton Inn. The banquet, for which tickets are required, will culminate an afternoon of free fun ...

Award-winning film to be showed at Scotia - Laurinburg Exchange
A film that recently won the Audience Award for a U.S. Documentary at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival will be screened on Tuesday, May 5, in the Morgan Center at Scotia Village, 2200 Elm Ave. “Alive Inside” is a cinematic exploration of music and the ...

Special Olympics set for Tuesday - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Although gold, silver, and bronze medals will be awarded to the day’s top performers, for the 145 students participating in next week’s Special Olympics, finishing will itself be more rewarding than any trophy. A tradition for more than ...

Take care to be a positive influence - Laurinburg Exchange
People can do some crazy things when certain people are taken out of their lives. Some go over the edge; they don’t realize that sometimes it’s for the best that certain people are taken out of their lives, that the best thing that could happen to them ...

Longtime organist marks 99 years - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG – Ninety-nine years have bent her body a mite, but time has neither bowed nor broken the spirit of Mildred McCall, the daughter of a Gibson grocer who spent decades as a flower shop owner and Methodist church organist in Laurel Hill before ...

Laurinburg effort leads nation - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Dedicating the chain’s annual Month of Giving to Scotland Cancer Treatment Center, the Laurinburg and Pembroke Jersey Mike’s Subs locations raised more last month than they did in the 2013 and 2014 events combined. Between donations made ...

Steps to forming a corporation - Laurinburg Exchange
Last week we reviewed the start-up process for limited liability companies. This week let’s focus on the beginning steps for successfully forming a corporation. A corporation is a business structure that is owned entirely by the shareholders ...

Festive gala brings close to Hospice tourney - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Threatening weather failed to daunt the spirits or generosity of hundreds of local golfers and their supporters who turned out Wednesday for the last of a two-day tournament to benefit the Hospice of Scotland County. The 29 th Annual Hospice ...

Lady Scots outlast Hoke - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Mother nature finally let up for a Scotland-Hoke softball game. After multiple postponements due to rain for a matchup that was originally scheduled for March 27, the Bucks and Lady Scots took the diamond Thursday for the first of two ...

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