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				                                Beatrice Colson, right, learns the basics of operating a computer at the Burnsville Recreation and Learning Center on Wednesday, March 8, 2023.
                                 Matthew Sasser | Daily Journal

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St. Andrews University professor to present original music at conferences

LAURINBURG – St. Andrews University music professor Sean Moore was selected to perform his original work for solo piano, Sonata No. 6 “Meditation,” at two different regional College Music Society Conferences later this month.

Two local Eagle Scouts honored at banquet

WILMINGTON — The Cape Fear Council, BSA headquartered in Wilmington, NC, honored the 2022 Class of Eagle Scouts at the Ballast Hotel on February 16, 2023.

Rep. Pierce thanks pages for their dedication

Our office was proud to sponsor two outstanding students as North Carolina House Pages earlier this month. I would like to thank Valeria Carranza-Rueda of Scotland County and April Chaquea of Hoke County for serving as pages. These two students saw first-hand the policy making process, witnessed the Governor’s State of the State Speech, and made connections that will last a lifetime. These two both have very bright futures ahead of them!

Scotland Regional Hospice ranks high in Medicare metrics

LAURINBURG - The Care Compare tool provided by Medicare offers recommendations in the form of ratings and metrics to help people select a provider in a variety of healthcare fields. In an update made to the website in February, Scotland Regional Hospice was listed as the only four-star hospice provider located in Scotland County.

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