Tuesday, June 18, 2024

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U.S. 74 Eastbound reopens to traffic following weeklong closure

LAURINBURG — The portion of U.S. 74 closed following a vehicle fire in Scotland County has reopened, a spokesperson for the NC Department of Transportation confirmed Friday.

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				                                The Laurel Hill Community Center’s gym was packed on Wednesday to listen to Big Bang Boom. The program was part of the Scotland County Memorial Library’s Summer Reading Program. The next program will be on June 26 at 10:30 a.m. at the Wagram Recreation Center featuring the Wagram Apiary Beekeepers.
                                 Katelin Gandee | Scotland County Memorial Library

Library makes ‘Big Bang Boom’

The Laurel Hill Community Center’s gym was packed on Wednesday to listen to Big Bang Boom. The program was part of the Scotland County Memorial Library’s Summer Reading Program. The next program will be on June 26 at 10:30 a.m. at the Wagram Recreation Center featuring the Wagram Apiary Beekeepers.

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Scotland Lions provide vision testing

Members of the Scotland County Lions Club provided vision testing for students at Scotland Christian Academy. Thirty-eight students were screened during this free event. Anyone interested in learning more about the club is welcome to attend the next meeting on June 24 at Old Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church. Meetings are held at 6 p.m. and include supper.

Library makes ‘Big Bang Boom’

The Laurel Hill Community Center’s gym was packed on Wednesday to listen to Big Bang Boom. The program was part of the Scotland County Memorial Library’s Summer Reading Program. The next program will be on June 26 at 10:30 a.m. at the Wagram Recreation Center featuring the Wagram Apiary Beekeepers.

Maxton church to host VBS June 17-18

MAXTON — St. Matthews Metropolitan AME Zion Church in Maxton is calling on “children, youth, young adults and adults” to join its Vacation Bible School set to run from June 17-19.

PHOTO| FOREMUSIC presents checks to Live Like Madison, Arts Council

FOREMUSIC’s Chris Fore, center, presents checks to Laura Fedak of Live Like Madison and Pam Hansen of the Arts Council of Scotland County, each received half the proceeds, $1,780 each, from the two-night FOREMUSIC student concert held at the Storytelling Arts Center.

RCC enrolls 8 volunteer firefighters in academy

HAMLET — Eight volunteer firefighters have just started Richmond Community College’s six-month Fire Academy that is being offered in partnership with the Rockingham Fire Department.

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