Laurinburg articles on Wikipedia
Laurinburg, North Carolina
Laurinburg is a city in Scotland County, North Carolina, United States. It is the county seat of Scotland County. Located in southern North Carolina near
May 12th 2017

Laurinburg Institute
Laurinburg-InstituteLaurinburg Institute is a historic African American preparatory school in Laurinburg, North Carolina. The school was founded in 1904 by Emmanuel Monty
Feb 9th 2017

Laurinburg–Maxton Airport
For the World War II use of this airport, see LaurinburgMaxton Army Air Base. LaurinburgMaxton Airport (IATA: MXEICAO: MEB KMEBFAA LID: MEB) is a public
Nov 29th 2016

Laurinburg Exchange
discussion to help reach a consensus. › Laurinburg-Exchange">The Laurinburg Exchange is a newspaper based in Laurinburg, North Carolina covering Laurinburg and Scotland County.
Apr 23rd 2017

Laurinburg–Maxton Army Air Base
For the civilian airport use, see LaurinburgMaxton Airport. LaurinburgMaxton Army Air Base is an inactive United States Air Force base, approximately
Jan 14th 2017

Laurinburg and Southern Railroad
The-LaurinburgThe Laurinburg and Southern Railroad (reporting mark LRS) is a short-line railroad operating in North Carolina. The railroad has 28 mi (45 km) of track
Oct 12th 2016

Scotland County, North Carolina
census, the population was 36,157. Its county seat is Laurinburg. Scotland County comprises the Laurinburg, NC Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is also
Mar 13th 2017

East Laurinburg, North Carolina
East Laurinburg is a town in Scotland County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 300 at the 2010 census. East Laurinburg is located at
Feb 26th 2017

Laurinburg Commercial Historic District
Laurinburg-Commercial-Historic-DistrictLaurinburg Commercial Historic District is a national historic district located at Laurinburg, Scotland County, North Carolina. The district encompasses
Nov 30th 2016

Special routes of U.S. Route 401
renumbering of USUS 401A through downtown Laurinburg, it has remained unchanged since. The entire route is in Laurinburg, Scotland-CountyScotland County. U.S. Route 401 Business
Feb 4th 2017

Central School (Laurinburg, North Carolina)
The-Central-SchoolThe Central School, also known as Laurinburg-Graded-SchoolLaurinburg Graded School, is a historic school building located at Laurinburg, Scotland County, North Carolina. The
Nov 29th 2016

John Blue House (Laurinburg, North Carolina)
John Blue House in Laurinburg, North Carolina was built in 1895. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in 1978. A unique example
Nov 27th 2016

U.S. Route 501
states of Virginia, North Carolina and South-CarolinaSouth Carolina. From Durham to Laurinburg, a 108-mile (174 km) section of US-501US 501 overlaps U.S. Route 15. Sections
Feb 4th 2017

Hinton James (representative)
Note: This article is about the U.S. Congressman from Laurinburg, not the first student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. See Hinton
Jan 29th 2017

Villa Nova (Laurinburg, North Carolina)
The Captain Stephen M. Thomas House, is a historic home located near Laurinburg, Scotland County, North Carolina. It was built in 1880, and is a two-story
Nov 30th 2016

U.S. Route 501 in North Carolina
with US 301 terminates, and then travels through Raemon to Laurinburg. Once at Laurinburg, it overlaps briefly with I-74/US 74 before connecting with
Feb 9th 2017

Tony Settles
Washington Redskins. He played college football at Elon University. He played high school football at Scotland High School in Laurinburg, North Carolina.
Mar 27th 2016

James Stewart (North Carolina)
pursuits; died near Laurinburg, North Carolina, on December 29, 1821; interment in the Old Stewartsville Cemetery, near Laurinburg. About 1800, he built
Feb 25th 2016

James Dickson Phillips Jr.
Circuit. Born in Scotland County, North Carolina, Phillips grew up in Laurinburg, North Carolina and attended its public schools. He graduated from high
May 26th 2017

Jacoby Watkins
Jacoby Watkins (born March 29, 1984 in Laurinburg, North Carolina) is a Defensive Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach at ASA-Miami-CollegeMiami College in Miami, Florida
Dec 5th 2016

Henry E. Bonitz
works in Laurinburg-Commercial-Historic-DistrictLaurinburg Commercial Historic District, roughly bounded by Church, Atkinson, Biggs Sts. and the Laurinburg and Southern RR, Laurinburg, North
Sep 20th 2016

Douglas Y. Yongue
constituents in Hoke, Robeson and Scotland counties. A retired educator from Laurinburg, North Carolina, Yongue served for 8 terms before being defeated by G
Dec 23rd 2016

Walson Gardener
Walson Gardener (born August 21, 1932 in Laurinburg, North Carolina) is a retired NASCAR Grand National driver and a competitor at the 1968 Fireball 300
Apr 26th 2016

U.S. Route 15 in North Carolina
the South Carolina state line, US 15 is in concurrency with US 401 to Laurinburg. Merging with US 501, it becomes what is known as "15-501" ("Fifteen Five-o-one")
Feb 9th 2017

Nash County Railroad
railroad by parent company Laurinburg & Southern. In the 1990s Gulf & Ohio Railways gained control of a number of Laurinburg & Southern subsidiaries, including
Feb 7th 2017

St. Andrews University Knights
University Knights are the athletic teams for St. Andrews University in Laurinburg, North Carolina. The university is a member of the National Association
Jan 2nd 2017

Sam Ragan
Ragan. Laurinburg, N.C.: St. Andrews Press, 1990. Journey into Morning. Laurinburg, N.C.: St. Andrews Press, 1981. Listening to the Wind. Laurinburg, N.C
Jan 5th 2017

Interstate 74 in North Carolina
in three segments across the state: Mount Airy, the Piedmont Triad and Laurinburg areas. The first section of I-74 begins at the Virginia state line (overlapped
Apr 28th 2017

Scotland High School
Scotland High School is a high school located in Laurinburg, North Carolina. The Fighting Scots won the 2006 North Carolina State Baseball Championship
Jan 14th 2017

Special routes of U.S. Route 15
between 1960-1962 following the original mainline US 15 route through Laurinburg. US 15 Business, in concurrency partly with US 401 Business and US 501
May 10th 2017

John Hill Paylor
and Elizabeth Ann Hill Paylor. He attended high school at Laurinburg-High-SchoolLaurinburg High School in Laurinburg, North Carolina. He went to the University of North Carolina
May 5th 2016

Laurel Hill, Scotland County, North Carolina
Scotland-CountyScotland County, North Carolina, United-StatesUnited States. It is located northwest of Laurinburg, and southeast of Old Hundred, a neighboring community. U.S. Geological
Mar 24th 2017

Mid-South Management Company
Georgia The Mount Airy News, Mount Airy, Laurinburg-Exchange">North Carolina The Laurinburg Exchange, Laurinburg, Union-Daily-Times">North Carolina The Union Daily Times, Union, South Carolina
Apr 26th 2017

Scotland County (North Carolina) Highland Games
North Carolina Highland Games, or SCHG, are a Scottish event held in Laurinburg, North Carolina, United States. Each year, the games are held the first
Jul 29th 2016

Jean Arthur Jones
Nightmare Begins: The Horror Zine The Birds of Djakarta Jean Jones. Laurinburg, North Carolina: St. Andrews College Press. 2008. p. 69.  Ethel N. Fortner
May 14th 2016

Ethel Fortner Awards
community. TheyThey were created in 1986 by St. Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg, North Carolina. The awards occur annually in November or December. Charleen
Apr 25th 2016

North Carolina Highway 79
the South-CarolinaSouth Carolina border at Gibson to U.S. Routes 15, 401, and 501 in Laurinburg. The entire route is in Scotland County. U.S. Bicycle Route 1 - Concurrent
Feb 18th 2016

North Carolina Highway 241
1930 as a new primary routing, from NC 70 in Aberdeen, south through Laurinburg, to the community of Johns. In 1931, it was extended south to NC 130 in
May 19th 2016

Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad
trains from Aberdeen to Fayetteville. The Wagram branch was sold to the Laurinburg and Southern Railroad in 1921.[citation needed] Passenger service ended
Sep 7th 2016

Charlie Scott
School in New York City for one year before transferring to Laurinburg-InstituteLaurinburg Institute in Laurinburg, North Carolina. He was valedictorian of his high school senior
May 26th 2017

John Blue House
listed on the NRHP in Moore County, North Carolina John Blue House (Laurinburg, North Carolina), listed on the NRHP in North Carolina Blue House (disambiguation)
Nov 25th 2012

Wes Covington
85 m), 205 lb, he batted left-handed and threw right-handed. Born in Laurinburg, North Carolina, Covington was a minor league call-up who sparked the
Jul 9th 2016

North Carolina's 8th congressional district
Lexington, China Grove, Albemarle, Monroe, Wadesboro, Troy, Rockingham, and Laurinburg. The district includes all of Anson, Montgomery, Richmond, Scotland, and
May 24th 2017

Sam Ragan Awards
are an annual fine arts award presented by St. Andrews University in Laurinburg, North Carolina. The award honors Sam Ragan who was a North Carolina Poet
Jul 19th 2015

Special routes of U.S. Route 501
501. Established in 1960 when mainline US 501 was bypassed around Laurinburg. US 501 Business, in concurrency partly with US 15 Business and US 401
Feb 4th 2017

Dr. Evan Alexander Erwin House
Dr. Evan Alexander Erwin House is a historic home located at Laurinburg, Scotland County, North Carolina. It was built in 1904, and extensively remodeled
Nov 30th 2016

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Oct 18th 2016

New Zealand lawyer and academic Graeme Maxton, Scottish-born author and economist Other: Clan Maxton, a Scottish clan Laurinburg-Maxton Airport Maxthon
Dec 15th 2016

Ben Vereen
name was Essie May Pearson. Laurinburg-Exchange">The Laurinburg Exchange reported: "Vereen, an adoptee who learned that he was born in Laurinburg and made a celebrated trip to
May 21st 2017

Adult Contemporary, Oldies, and Carolina Beach Music format. Licensed to Laurinburg, North Carolina, USA, the station is currently owned by Scotland Broadcasting
Jun 30th 2016

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