LAURINBURG — If you are too little to read, take this story to your parents and ask that they read it out loud.
LAURINBURG — So many Christmas cards are clogging the outside collection box at the U.S. Post Office here that postal employees must empty it twice each morning instead of one time, officials said Friday at closing time.
LAURINBURG – Gail Morgan McRae grew up in a house with no plumbing on her grandmother's Robeson County tobacco farm — light years and then some from Creedor, a bucolic planet inhabited by an agrarian society in another star...
LAURINBURG — County residents Betty Hasty, Lil Owens, Joanne Martin and Jim Beales were big masterpoint winners Monday in the American Contract Bridge League-sponsored Sectional Tournament at Clubs, played in Districts 7 and 10, plus Unit 219,...
MAXTON — Maxton remains on track to close one of the CSX railroad crossings in town.
PEMBROKE — Linda Locklear Jacobs, a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, recently published two children's books: “Life on the Farm with Marcus and Mia” and “Summer on the Farm with Marcus and...
LAURINBURG — The St. Andrews University Community Music School held “A Christmas Recital” on Sunday afternoon in Hagan Choral Room of Vardell Hall.
LAURINBURG — Mike Vinson was elected as chairman of Scotland Health Care System's Board of Trustees during its meeting this week at the WR Dulin Conference Center.
Some years ago I read about Charles Brown, a World War 2 pilot on his first mission, just before Christmas, 1943. His B-17 had been shot to pieces by German fighters and anti-aircraft guns. Half his crew was wounded, his tail gunner was dead, and he...
There is no other word that fits this occasion on this coming Christmas day than hallelujah. It sums up in one word what this means as it relates to our king of kings and Lord of Lords!
LAURINBURG — A Lumberton bail bondsman and former member of the Robeson County Sheriff's Office says he was verbally harassed by two Scotland County sheriff's deputies while attempting to arrest someone who had missed...
LAURINBURG — Despite a hectic schedule and big demand, Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus stopped and roosted for a while Wednesday at the Scotland County Library, presiding over several holiday events that kept the usually quiet library quite lively for...
LAURINBURG — Authorities are searching for clues in the disappearance of two Scotland County men whose blood-stained car was found last Wednesday on the side of a Georgia highway.
LAURINBURG – If you live in North Carolina and get your cell phone service through Alltel, the brand name is about to be changed to that of another cell phone service provider, AT&T, it was announced Wednesday.
WAGRAM — The red-cockaded woodpecker, long on the federal list of endangered wildlife species, has more protected recovery area in Scotland County, thanks to a recent acquisition by the Nature Conservancy.
LAURINBURG — Dr. Tony Karamalegos was recently re-certified by the American Board of Urology.
PEMBROKE — When UNC-Pembroke's solar car-charging station is not attached to electric and hybrid vehicles, it is helping to light up the campus.
One hundred years ago the Great War was raging in Europe. On one battlefield, separated by perhaps a hundred yards and braving living in their cold, wet, and muddy trenches were the sworn enemies from Germany and the United Kingdom.
WAGRAM — “I'm on the nice list,'' reads a T-shirt worn by a fidgety 4-year-old girl with shoulder-length curls, hands clasped behind her back as she rocks from one foot to the other and back again, trying to be patient as...
LAURINBURG — Ralph Kersey could be sworn in as Scotland County's newest sheriff on Monday, the same day that he will be certified as the winner of the Nov. 4 election, according to county elections director Dell Parker.
ROCKINGHAM — Not everyone can be first in line.
CHERAW — The parents of the late Kimberly Melton recently made a financial donation to a scholarship to continue their daughter's legacy at Richmond Community College.
LAURINBURG — Offices of the Scotland County Health Department will be closed to the public for two hours on Thursday for an employee event that includes all receptionists, in-take and record clerks and medical staff.
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