Candidates focus on jobs
City tough on campaign signs
Grieving mother seeks closure in 2013 cold case
Laurinburg inspires comedian
New NAACP president to visit Scotland County
- Scotland trains for overdoses - 11:17 am
- Council to clarify tax, utility rates - 6:34 pm
- Candidates focus on jobs - 12:23 pm
- City tough on campaign signs - 12:22 pm
- Grieving mother seeks closure in 2013 cold case - 11:14 am updated: 2:07 pm.
- Laurinburg inspires comedian - 11:16 am
- Scotland’s absentee balloting underway - 10:50 am
- Scotland County recycles ambulances - 9:07 pm
- City to offer free trees - 9:09 am
- Sheriff’s chief detective resigns - 8:39 am
- Pilot Club golf event ‘a success’ - 8:13 am
- New NAACP president to visit Scotland County - 7:48 am updated: 1:19 pm.
- John Blue Festival celebrates yesteryear - 7:39 am
- Crime report - 9:44 am
- RCC nurses at 100 percent passing rate - 7:53 am
- Series of candidate forums planned - 7:46 am
- Maxton man arrested on gun charges - 7:45 am
- Whiskey event offers a taste of Scotland - 7:40 am
- Incumbents winning the money race - 11:16 am updated: 3:01 pm.
- Council: City Hall loan finalized soon - 11:15 am
- University gets $80,000 grant - 5:19 pm
- Son of Laurinburg family receives Army medallion - 11:37 am
- St. David’s to bless animals - 4:42 am
- First Baptist rededicates organ - 8:25 pm
- Scotland High celebrates homecoming - 8:25 pm
Sheriff’s chief detective resigns
LAURINBURG — Capt. Ruben Castellon has resigned as chief of detectives with the Scotland County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Di...
Pilot Club golf event ‘a success’
LAURINBURG — The Barbara Sasseen Memorial Golf Tournament sponsored by the Scottish Pilot Club of Laurinburg was a great success, according to o...
New NAACP president to visit Scotland County
RALEIGH —The newly elected president of the North Carolina NAACP will speak later this month at the annual Freedom Fund Banquet. The Rev. T. Anth...
John Blue Festival celebrates yesteryear
LAURINBURG – John Blue Cotton Festival began 34 years ago as a way to educate school children about early farm life, but it has since become a m...
Break inLAURINBURG – A resident of Hall Street reported to police on Friday that someone broke into the home and stole an Xbox and assorted game...
RCC nurses at 100 percent passing rate
HAMLET – Richmond Community College’s Associate Degree Nursing Class of 2017 achieved a 100 percent passing rate on the NCLEX standardized...
SAC-8’s top two do battle
LAURINBURG — The Fighting Scots made it clear that Seventy-First was going to have to take a win because they weren’t going to just give i...
Lady Knights pick up win, Knights fall
Lady Knights shut out Bluefield for second winLAURINBURG — The St. Andrews University women’s soccer team shut out Bluefield College (Va.)...
St. Andrews volleyball splits AAC home games
Lady Knights glide past TruettLAURINBURG — The St. Andrews University women’s volleyball team rolled past AAC South Division foe Truett-Mc...
Freshman Madison Williams wins first race for Lady Scots
LAURINBURG — The Scotland High School cross country teams traveled to Southern Pines earlier this week for their final regular season Sandhills ...
Volleyball hosts Hoke in SAC-8 tournament
LAURINBURG — The Lady Scots volleyball team tied for third place in the Sandhills Athletic Conference after a 3-0 loss to undefeated Richmond on...
Co-Defensive Player of Week
Editor’s Note: Due to space constraints the Co-Defensive Player of the Week and the Special Teams Player of the Week were held from Friday’...
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History of the Highland Games
LAURINBURG — The tradition and history of the Scotland County Highland Games runs much deeper than it’s nine years lets on.Scotland County...
Redell and Vernon Collins, of Lumberton, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Tara Jo Blue of Lumberton to Marland Lockl...
Renee J. Jones, of Maxton, announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter Cherella H. Jones, of Maxton, to Talbert McMillan, of Red...
County’s health grant for moms receives cutback
LAURINBURG – Scotland County Health Department is scrambling to cover a shortfall of more than$17,000 from the Healthy Mothers/Healthy Children ...
LGC appeal puts consolidation on hold
LAURINBURG — A state committee unanimously approved a plan by Scotland County Schools to finance the second phase of a $14.8 million consolidati...
Partnership for Children seeking county’s most charming kids
LAURINBURG – Partnership for Children and Families is looking for children to represent all that is cute in Scotland County.The 12 finalists in ...
RichmondCC expanding footprint in Scotland County
This is an historic and exciting time for Richmond Community College as we move closer to gaining multi-campus status for our facility in Laurinburg. ...
Letter: Council has unified citizens
To the editor:I would like to extend kudos to the Laurinburg City Council for bringing unity to the community, once again.J.D. Willis, Dee Hammond, Dr...
LGC will judge feasibility of county, city projects
The Local Government Commission is expected this afternoon to consider several multi-million dollar projects in Laurinburg and Scotland County.The lar...
Golden Knights, a unique attraction
One of Scotland County’s unique attractions can be found 5,500 feet overhead.A particular source of Scotland County pride is the Golden Knights ...
Celebrating Public Power Week
You are one of 45 million people in the United States – and one of the 1.2 million people in North Carolina – who receive power from a pub...
Letter: Stand during anthem
To the editorIn his letter to the editor, dated Sept. 13, 2017, Robert Currie states that NFL players should voice their support for Colin Kaepernick....