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    Hurricane Florence local shelter update

    Director of Emergency Services Roylin Hammond announced that Scotland High school will open as shelter Thursday at 10 a.m.

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      Nightmare on Main Street headed to Laurinburg

      LAURINBURG — The air might not yet be October crisp, but organizers are preparing for a terrifying Halloween on Main Street in Laurinburg. Scotland County Parks and Recreation has partnered with the Laurinburg-Scotland County Area [...]
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      Heritage, history and family

      LAURINBURG — M.A. and his wife Christian McKay Conoly McDougald moved to what is now Laurinburg following the War Between the States. He was a skilled cabinetmaker, and the rail yards in the community were [...]
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      Florence pummels historic building

      This Laurinburg building, located at the corner or North Main and Railroad streets, was built in 1903 by the great-grandfather of Beacham McDouglad. On Friday morning, high winds and rain from the outer bands of [...]
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      President watching hurricane

      White House photo President Donald J. Trump, joined by Vice President Mike Pence, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen and Rear Admiral Doug Fears, receives an emergency preparedness briefing on Hurricane Florence on Thursday [...]

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