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      SHERMAN’S 1865 VISIT

      LAURINBURG — On March 7, 1865, Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman led his Union army of approximately 60,000 troops into North Carolina — some of whom found themselves in present-day Scotland County.

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      OUR HIDDEN GEMS

      Several weeks ago, I asked the community what they thought was the hidden gem of Scotland County.

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                                Walter Parsley Evans was born in Wilmington, but came to Laurinburg at the age of 21 and built a business on Main Street. His final resting place is located on Leisure Road in Laurinburg behind the Matthew Capel AME Zion Church.
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      A STORY OF SUCCESS

      LAURINBURG — One of the city of Laurinburg’s earliest and prominent residents was a gentleman by the name of Walter Parsley Evans, who was born in 1863 in Wilmington but who also played an important role in later years here.

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