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Bomb threat investigation at UNCP

PEMBROKE — UNC Pembroke received a bomb threat for the School of Business Friday morning. Immediately after receiving the threat, James A. Thomas Hall and the Business Administration Building were evacuated.

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Bomb threat investigation at UNCP

PEMBROKE — UNC Pembroke received a bomb threat for the School of Business Friday morning. Immediately after receiving the threat, James A. Thomas Hall and the Business Administration Building were evacuated.

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Lady Scots tennis team celebrates senior night against Richmond

LAURINBURG - The Lady Scots tennis team (2-10) celebrated senior night Thursday afternoon, as seniors Laura Wlodarczak, Valeria Carranza, and Carson Buie were all recognized before their final regular season match against the Richmond Raiders (2-6). In their contest with the Raiders, the Lady Scots would fall 2-7 despite close finishes in singles competition.

Lady Scots volleyball falls victim to 3-0 sweep by Pinecrest

LAURINBURG - The Lady Scots volleyball team (9-7) faced a daunting task Thursday evening, as the Pinecrest Patriots (18-2), who are 10-0 in Sandhills Athletic Conference games this year, came to Laurinburg to compete against the Lady Scots. Despite a strong effort by the Lady Scots at the start of the match, the Patriots would sweep them for the second time this season. Set scores were 19-25, 12-25, and 13-25.

RichmondCC Plans to Offer 911 Telecommunicators Degree Program

HAMLET – Richmond Community College announced it will be creating a 911 Telecommunications program that will provide a pathway for individuals who are interested in starting a career in this field, as well as providing skills enhancement for those already working as 911 telecommunicators.

Scots men’s soccer collapses after halftime lead, downed 5-2 to Union Pines

LAURINBURG - The Fighting Scots men’s soccer team (3-8) hadn’t played a home game since Sep. 7. before Wednesday night’s contest against the Union Pines Vikings (7-7-1). However, the home team advantage wouldn’t be enough to break a five-game losing streak for the Scots, as they would be downed 5-2.

Roundup: Lady Scots tennis team plays doubleheader at Lee County

SANFORD - The Lady Scots tennis team (2-9) went on the road Tuesday to Sanford, as they took on the Lee County Yellowjackets (1-8) in a doubleheader. The back-to-back matches were played because of a make-up from earlier in the season. They were also the second and third matches played in the past two days for the Lady Scots.

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