Lack of state support could stall driver’s ed.

Lack of state support could stall driver’s ed.

LAURINBURG — Scotland County has not suspended its driver’s education training like other systems across North Carolina, but without conti...

August 21st, 2015 |  


Sheriff seeks fugitives

Sheriff seeks fugitives

LAURINBURG — The Scotland County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the following fugitives, whose whereabouts are currently unknown:— Char...

August 21st, 2015 |  


Scotland signal callers Dashaun Ferguson (left) and Sergio Gibson (right) are led by quarterbacks coach Keith Wood. The Scots’ depth at the posi...

August 21st, 2015 |  


Chin up, shoulders back

Chin up, shoulders back

LAURINBURG — Executing oft-rehearsed patterns over the fresh paint on the Pate Stadium field, the Scotland High School marching band fine-tuned ...

August 21st, 2015 |  


Food program wraps up season

Food program wraps up season

LAURINBURG — Every weekday since June 22, children living in McDuffie Village have been guaranteed a satisfying lunch under a square tent outfit...

August 19th, 2015 |  


MBA program does brisk business

MBA program does brisk business

LAURINBURG — In the three years since its inception, St. Andrews University’s Master of Business Administration program has awarded 35 deg...

August 18th, 2015 |  


Utility bills protested

Utility bills protested

LAURINBURG — The Laurinburg City Council promised on Tuesday night to work with city residents faced with a dramatic spike in their latest elect...

August 18th, 2015 |  


NAACP event urges students to do well

NAACP event urges students to do well

LAURINBURG —Dr. Freda Singletary said when she was in school she loved to talk.“I could talk 500 miles a minute,” the Laurinburg nat...

August 18th, 2015 updated: August 18th, 2015. |  


Five Points stops go up next week

LAURINBURG — The chairman of the county commissioners is taking a wait-and-see attitude toward the proposed four-way stop at U.S. 501 and Old Wi...

August 18th, 2015 |  


Second EEE case in Scotland County

LAURINBURG — North Carolina’s second case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis this year was confirmed on Monday after a Scotland County horse e...

August 17th, 2015 |