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				                                This Saturday, there will be a planned candle light vigil at the Discount Grocery for the newborn that was found deceased last week.
                                 Photo courtesy of James McDougald

Sheriff’s Office seeks information surrounding deceased newborn in East Rockingham

EAST ROCKINGHAM — The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help with the investigation related to the death of the newborn baby that was located last week in East Rockingham.

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Flowers for Algernon debuts this weekend

LAURINBURG — ENCORE! Theatre INC., Scotland County’s community theater group will present an evening of entertainment Friday and Saturday, February 10 and 11 at 7:00 at the Storytelling and Arts Center in downtown Laurinburg. The evening will begin with a program presented by Sherri Alford, a local singer and will then feature the one act play Flowers for Algernon. The cast of the play consists of students from St. Andrews University, directed by Cinny Beggs.

Running for patient support at the FUNd run

LAURINBURG — Scotland Memorial Foundation hopes to break their record this year at the 18th Annual FUNd Run with 500 participants on April 29 in downtown Laurinburg.

DAISY Award honoree recognized

LAURINBURG – Nurses who consistently demonstrate excellence as outstanding role models through their clinical expertise and extraordinary compassionate care at Scotland Health are nominated by patients and families, physicians, and colleagues for the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses.

Scotland Regional Hospice to hold its annual golf tournament in May

LAURINBURG — On May 2-3, Scotland Regional Hospice will hold its 37th annual golf tournament, a two-day charity golf event which raises funds used to provide care to the terminally ill and their families in the community.

NAUW branch focuses on mental health

LAURINBURG - The Laurinburg Branch of the National Association of University Women began the second half of its program year with a focus on mental health on Jan. 11.

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