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Rams Swept by Richmond

Apr 22, 2015 • Purnell Swett High School
ROCKINGHAM — One of the trademarks for a Ricky Young-coached team is being aggressive on the base paths.   Young knows sometimes the runner will reach safely and other times it might kill a rally. He’s comfortable living with the consequences. More

Great-8: IHIGH AREA POLL 2015 Baseball/Softball

Apr 22, 2015 • Purnell Swett High School
  THE GREAT (8) POLL OF THE WEEK                     More

Robeson County Slugfest Softball

Apr 8, 2015 • Hoke County High School
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Robeson County SlugFest moved to St.Pauls

Apr 2, 2015 • Purnell Swett High School
Field conditions move Slugfest to St. Pauls ST. PAULS — A wet spring has caused a major change to the annual Robeson County S More

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Pirates take control of the SEC

Apr 24, 2015 • St.Pauls Review
While Lumberton approaches the last week of the season with some momentum, two tough SEC games remain for the Pirates. On Tuesday, Lumberton will host Scotland on Senior Night at 7 p.m. in a game that could decide the conference champion. More

Fairmont, Lumberton play role in faith-based film

Apr 9, 2015 • Fayetteville Observer
The film was written to be shot in Fairmont and Lumberton, said Amanda Galasso, an associate producer. Scenes for the movie include the church, Lumberton High School, Candy Sue's restaurant in Lumberton and three homes of county residents. Director ... More

Call made for extras for movie

Apr 2, 2015 • The Robesonian
Director Chuck Williams needs people to portray mourners for a scene set in Meadowbrook Cemetery, which is behind Biggs Park Mall in Lumberton. The cameras will start rolling at 9:30 a.m. in the graveyard. Anyone who wishes to participate is asked to ... More

Cameras roll as 'Shake” unwinds

Apr 7, 2015 • The Robesonian
“Now that the filming has started, people are going to start to see that this is really happening,” said Mickey Gregory, executive director of the Lumberton Visitors Bureau. “It was kind of hard for people to get enthused without a lot of famous actors ... More

Gala on April 17 to support annual Project Graduation

Apr 4, 2015 • The Robesonian
Project Graduation is kept free-of-charge for students thanks to donations collected during events like the gala, which will take place at the Southeastern North Carolina Agricultural Events Center in Lumberton. The event will feature a steak dinner ... More

School snubs Christianity in 'be Muslim' assignment

Apr 16, 2015 • WND.com
Leo Hohmann is a news editor for WND. He has been a reporter and editor at several suburban newspapers in the Atlanta and Charlotte, North Carolina, areas and also served as managing editor of Triangle Business Journal in Raleigh, North Carolina. More

TB threat remains in Robeson

Apr 14, 2015 • St.Pauls Review
After a former South Robeson High School student tested positive for TB in 2011, health officials estimated 171 others had been exposed to that person. Two hundred Lumberton High School students had to be tested in 2009 after a classmate was diagnosed. More

Former county standouts make mark at High Point meet

Apr 11, 2015 • Red Springs Citizen
HIGH POINT — Three former Robeson County athletes their respective colleges in fine form recently at the VertKlasse Track Meet last weekend at High Point University. The trio of former Lumberton High School standouts Jaynell Brown and Jamicia Jones ... More

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