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Pilot Club members lauded at convention - Laurinburg Exchange
From left, Scottish Pilot Club of Laurinburg President Joyce Jewell; Past-President Ida McGill; Project's Chairperson, Terry Gallman and Vice President Barbara Mack. LAURINBURG — The 2014 Pilot International Annual Convention and Leadership Conference ...
Duke Energy could be close to deal - Laurinburg Exchange
RALEIGH — Duke Energy could announce as soon as next week whether a deal has been reached to help reduce high electric bills for customers in Laurinburg, Lumberton and 30 other eastern North Carolina municipalities. Those close to the negotiations said ...
City man jailed following fight - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — A 36-year-old Laurinburg man has been jailed under a $30,000 bond following a Thursday night altercation that left a Bennettsville man in critical condition, according to Laurinburg police. Charles Shawn McPherson, of 417 Hood St., was ...
Young joins Scotland Memorial hospitalist team - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG – Dr. Sarah Young, a board certified internal medicine physician, has joined Scotland Health Care System’s hospitalist team. Born and raised in Rochester, New York, Young attended the State University of New York at Fredonia, a small college ...
Kitchen collaborations can lead to healthier home meal options - Laurinburg Exchange
For some people, kitchens are sacred rooms in which to cook solo, and frenetically do things their way. More often than not, people cook alone, even when they are preparing meals for their family or houseguests. It is understandable to cringe with other ...
Don’t wait to talk about end-of-life care - Laurinburg Exchange
At Hospice of Scotland County, we see this situation all too often: a family is at the bedside of a loved one who is seriously ill and nearing the end of life. Each member of the family has a different idea of what should be done and what the patient would ...
Churches asked to hold ‘Relay Sunday’ - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — The American Cancer Society is asking that all churches in the Scotland County area participate in Relay Sunday on Aug. 3. For information on how to become involved in Scotland County Area Relay For Life on Sept. 26 and Sept. 27, call ...
McPhatter recognized for work with nutrition program - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Hazel McPhatter, Scotland County program assistant for the NC Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program, was presented with the program’s award at the EFNEP’s State Conference June 23. The Circle of Excellence award recognizes ...
Stress inspires a call to the wilderness - Laurinburg Exchange
In my life, the internal call to the wilderness — to the trees — is my reminder that life has gotten too hectic, too stressful and it’s time to slow down and sooth my soul. For as long as I can remember time in the woods has been essential to my being.
Both camps collaborate on job skills bill - Laurinburg Exchange
As your Representative, it’s a priority of mine to build relationships across the aisle and find pragmatic solutions to the problems facing our nation. Now — more than ever – our families, our students, our workers and our veterans need real solutions.