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Tribe ponders sale of historic Scotland County site - Laurinburg Exchange
PEMBROKE — The Hayes Pond property in Scotland County has too much Lumbee history associated with it to be sold by the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, a member of the Tribal Council said Tuesday. “Personally, I wouldn’t sell that property for ...

Scotland Health celebrates doctors - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Scotland Health Care System’s medical staff continues to grow, now boasting 77 physicians in 26 medical specialties, and the system will celebrate each of them this week. Visitors to the health care system’s campus will see a banner on ...

RCC receives grant from Duke Energy - Laurinburg Exchange
HAMLET — Richmond Community College has been awarded a $234,000 grant from Duke Energy that will be used to purchase materials for use in the college’s Electronics Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering and Industrial Systems Technologies programs.

Winter Guard wraps up season - Laurinburg Exchange
Having completed its 2015 competition season, the Scotland High School Varsity Winter Guard gave a season finale performance on Tuesday at the high school for 75 parents, friends, and other supporters. LAURINBURG — Bringing its 2015 season to a close on ...

Shelter to close for repairs - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — The cats and dogs under the care of the Scotland County Humane Society will find themselves temporarily homeless later this month as renovations are performed at the J.D. and Fran Asher Animal Shelter. The shelter will close from April 17-30 ...

A fiercely loyal childhood dog - Laurinburg Exchange
When I was 6 years old, I got a little blue girl’s bicycle for Christmas. I was in the first grade and when my parents thought I could ride it well enough, they let me start riding it to school. The school was only three or four blocks away from our ...

Fast-food cashier charged with fraud - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — A 29-year-old Burger King cashier was charged with two counts of fraud after taking a Laurinburg police officer’s debit card on a spending spree, according to Laurinburg police Capt. Terry Chavis. Latrish Michelle Melvin, of 1401 Tara ...

County merchant repairs Lumbee family’s furnace - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — The J.C. and Janie Clark family have been rescued from a summer without air conditioning thanks to a local Scotland County businessman who read about their plight, and denial of additional assistance from the Lumbee Tribe, in The Laurinburg ...

County woman jailed for identity theft - Laurinburg Exchange
ROCKINGHAM — Two days after her conviction on a fraud charge, Richmond County deputies have accused a Scotland County woman of identity theft. Kassie Johnson Ratliff, 33, of McFarland Road outside Laurel Hill, was arrested Friday on two counts each of ...

Gibson man among 27 charged in raid on cockfighting ring - Laurinburg Exchange
WALLACE, S.C. — A 29-year-old Gibson man and seven Maxton residents were among more than 20 people arrested during a Saturday night raid on a Marlboro County cockfighting ring, which also resulted in the rescue of 122 birds from what one official called ...

Locals go above and beyond for nonprofits - Laurinburg Exchange
Scotland County! What an amazing county! Last week, in an effort to help the Scotland Memorial Foundation, David and I went to dinner at Jersey Mike’s. This was great for me, because I did not have to cook — not that I would have anyway — but we felt ...

Where have all the heroes gone? - Laurinburg Exchange
David, my 5-year-old grandson, had been learning about American Indians in his preschool. He knew that I had been in the Army many years ago. So, of course, he wondered if my “many years ago” coincided with this and other incidents of ill treatment of ...

Alumnus remembers Laurel Hill High - Laurinburg Exchange
LAUREL HILL — Lamenting the possible demolition of the old Laurel High School auditorium and an attached classroom structure, but hopeful that local volunteers will be able to save it, alumnus Suzanne Rushing Brock recalls nobody speaking up when the ...

Superintendent completes professional development program - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Scotland County Schools Superintendent Dr. Ron Hargrave is among 21 superintendents from across the state to have recently graduated from the North Carolina’s Next Generation Superintendents Development Program, Cohort II. “Dr. Ron ...

Relay for Life holds annual kickoff party - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — A spirited kickoff Monday night to this year’s Relay for Life at the W.R. Dulin Center at Scotland Memorial Hospital campus unveiled new attractions in the annual American Cancer Society fundraiser in which Scotland County’s many ...

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