Scotland’s Zamir White suffers torn ACL
Hospice honors loved ones lost
Plea reached in Laurinburg domestic violence death
Sheriff identifies trio in Gibson shooting
Gibson shooting leaves one critically wounded
- Hospice honors loved ones lost - 8:54 am
- Plea reached in Laurinburg domestic violence death - 8:54 am
- Sheriff identifies trio in Gibson shooting - 12:32 pm
- Gibson shooting leaves one critically wounded - 12:50 pm
- Gibson shooting leaves one critically wounded - 12:47 pm
- Scotland churches join for community Thanksgiving service - 7:55 am
- Sheriff helping Scotland churches improve safety - 7:54 am
- Pittenger: House tax plan will benefit North Carolinians - 7:51 am
- Laurinburg parade entries due Monday - 7:51 am
- Toddler’s fall uncovers rare brain tumor - 6:54 am updated: 10:44 am.
- Council unswayed on City Hall project - 8:56 pm updated: 6:35 am.
- Crime report - 8:55 pm
- Laurinburg man arrested for child abuse - 6:08 pm
- Ministerial Alliance holds fall revival - 2:41 am
- South Scotland students collect coins for a cure - 2:35 am
- Free diabetes event Thursday - 2:33 am
- Crime report - 2:33 am
- Foundation honors Laurinburg native - 2:33 am
- Miss N.C. serenades, informs Scotia Village - 2:32 am
- Strategic plan: Push city’s positives - 2:28 am
- Authorities investigate weekend crash - 3:15 pm
- Tribal election for Scotland’s seat today - 7:00 am
- Scotland gathers for oysters - 9:24 pm
- Evans to address Laurinburg council: Halt City Hall - 8:55 pm
- Crime report - 8:42 pm
Toddler’s fall uncovers rare brain tumor
LAURINBURG – When Sarah Emily Dial fell in mid-October, her parents Jessica and Ricky initially thought it was a typical mishap like any other t...
Council unswayed on City Hall project
LAURINBURG — Newly elected incumbent Drew Williamson does not plan to join two other recent winners for city council in opposing the new City Ha...
Break inLAURINBURG – A resident of South Main Street reported to police on Tuesday that someone stole a .38 caliber valued at $600 from her 2015...
Laurinburg man arrested for child abuse
LAURINBURG — A Laurinburg man was arrested Tuesday for child abuse after he mistreated his girlfriend’s children.Jonathan Devonte McLean, ...
Ministerial Alliance holds fall revival
LAURINBURG – Scotland County Ministerial Alliance is putting a new twist on its annual fall revival.The revival takes place from Nov. 14 to 16 a...
South Scotland students collect coins for a cure
LAURINBURG — During the month of October, South Scotland students participated in a service project for breast cancer awareness.The school hoste...
St. Andrews basketball teams stumble against Union College
Lady Knights suffer first defeat at UnionBARBOURVILLE, KY — The St. Andrews University women’s basketball team suffered their first defeat...
Time for some Black Friday football
LAURINBURG — And then there were four.The Fighting Scots are the only remaining team out of the Sandhills Athletic Conference in the NCHSAA play...
Scotland defense grounds Seventy-First
LAURINBURG — The second meeting between Scotland and Seventy-First was eerily similar than when the two teams squared off last month.The Sandhil...
Marlboro Academy senior signs with Radford University
MARLBORO, S.C. — Marlboro Academy senior Lindsay Hunter signer her letter of intent to play Division I college softball on Wednesday at Radford ...
Scotland’s Army All-Americans
LAURINBURG — Fighting Scots senior Zamir White and head coach Richard Bailey were honored in a special ceremony on Friday by members of the Unit...
Lady Knights basketball rolls to 3-0
LAURINBURG — The St. Andrews University women’s basketball team won their third straight game of the season on Thursday rolling to an 87-7...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital in Pinehurst has released the following birth announcements:Locklear boyTimothy and Sabrina Locklear of Laurinburg...
Education board debates school site
LAURINBURG — School officals voted to move onto Phase III of consolidation by identifying a site for a new elementary school during the regular ...
Game for Scottish history, Highland fun
LAURINBURG — Bagpipers, kilts, caber tosses and traditional Scottish foods transported visitors to the United Kingdom’s northernmost count...
St. David’s to bless animals
LAURINBURG — St. David’s Episcopal Church will hold a ceremony Sunday to bestow blessings and protection on four-legged family members who...
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...
Our veterans deserve better
America is the greatest nation on earth because of the freedoms and liberties afforded to all of our citizens. Yet all too often, we are guilty of tak...
Democrats: Fight Trump, not each other
North Carolina is not Virginia.And 2017 is not 2018 or 2020.But North Carolina Democrats and Republicans still watched what happened in our neighborin...
Scotland Health care strong in ‘17, ready for ‘18
Scotland Health Care System’s fiscal year ends Sept. 30, with most of our official goals established on this cycle. As our 2017 year has ended, ...
Election offers chance for new day
Tuesday was Election Day in our local municipalities.Sadly, we are perhaps as divided as we have ever been in our choices of who should lead us in dec...
Letter:Laurinburg is in this together
To the editor:Remember this:Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.All the King’s horses an all the King’s menCouldn...
Our time on social media has arrived
Even though Laurinburg and Scotland County are not usually found as routine subjects on social media platforms, our time has come.Whether it’s F...