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Trustees push back start of facilities master plan - Laurinburg Exchange
HAMLET — At its March meeting, the Richmond Community College Board of Trustees voted to delay the implementation of the college’s facilities master plan, reversing a course of action set forth at its January meeting. That delay included a ...
Heritage Weekend boasts full lineup - Laurinburg Exchange
In addition, he is the resident expert on the BBC Radio Scotland series, Digging Up Your Roots. His most recent books, Scottish Genealogy and Understanding Documents for Genealogy and Local History, have been heralded by many as the definitive ...
Council asks for input from city residents - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Those living within Laurinburg’s city limits will get the chance to provide direct input into the city’s multifarious operations during the city council’s annual public input session on Monday. The session will begin at 6:30 ...
Crime report for March 8 - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Toblee Patterson, 23, of 900 Charlotte St., was arrested Thursday for larceny at Walmart, according to a police report. He was held under a $3,500 secured bond. LAURINBURG — Dy-Bianca Purvis, 21, of 600 Warwick Mill Road in ...
Candidates present platforms at Democratic meeting - Laurinburg Exchange
County Commissioners Guy McCook and Carol McCall will be challenged by Samuel ... A retired county social worker, McCall is seeking her second term on the board which employed her for more than three decades. She said that increasing the county ...
Hospice drive boasts shiny raffle prize - Laurinburg Exchange
Byrne Memorial Golf Tournament, held to raise money for hospice patients who may otherwise not be able to afford care, the shop is raffling off a 14-carat white gold women’s ring boasting a total of 1.27 carats of diamonds and .27 carats of ...
FFA team headed to state competitions - Laurinburg Exchange
LAURINBURG — Scotland High FFA members participated at a recent Creed Speaking, Public Speaking and Tool ID contest at Purnell Swett High School. Members of the tool team were Kenneth Stokes, Cecil Myers, Kasery Ray and Jacob Powers.
Davis inducted into professional society - Laurinburg Exchange
DURHAM — Jautam Davis, granddaughter of Wanda Harp & Barbara Smith, of Scotland County, was inducted into Eta Sigma Gamma National Professional Health Education Honorary Gamma Phi Chapter on Feb. 23. Jautam is a senior at North Carolina ...
Jobs data not accurate reflection of NC economy - Laurinburg Exchange
In fact, the evidence for a Carolina Comeback is just plain rotten, and we’re still waiting for a real recovery in the state’s jobs market. Most economists prefer to compare apples to apples by looking at job growth from year to year.
Credibility of American leadership on the line - Laurinburg Exchange
Winston Churchill once said, “Let us therefore brace ourselves to our duties, and so bear ourselves that, if the British Empire and its Commonwealth lasts for a thousand years, men will still say, ‘This was their finest hour!’”