Monday, November 28, 2022

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Hoffman-Marston residents sue Richmond County and Oak Grove over continuing threat of military training site

HOFFMAN — Nine members of the Hoffman and Marston communities are suing Oak Grove Technologies, Richmond County, County Planning Director Tracey Parris and the town of Hoffman, due to the ongoing presence and actions of a military training center that has created numerous quality of life issues.

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Providing service and friendship

LAURINBURG — Susan Oxendine, a Native American of the Lumbee Tribe, is the owner and operator of the Scrubs Club in Laurinburg and she says meeting new people and having the ability to provide service solutions for the community are two very important factors to her.

CheerHawks traveling to Las Vegas as Cheer Ambassadors

LAUREL HILL — Sandhills Seahawks Football & Cheer is excited to announce that five of its cheerleaders will be traveling to Las Vegas, NV, to represent the group as Cheer Ambassadors.

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United Methodists meet to approve disaffiliations

FAYETTEVILLE — Representatives from local United Methodist churches in eastern North Carolina met Saturday, Nov. 19, at Methodist University for a Special Called Annual Conference to receive requests and ratify disaffiliation for 249 churches. Bishop Leonard E. Fairley, the episcopal leader, presided over the conference.

Local businesses partner to collect toys

LAURINBURG- Owner of Alpha Bail Bonds Marty Crumroy who is also employed at Scots For Youth is hoping the community will come together and collect as many toys as possible for children within the community.

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