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    Compromise reached on solar farm

    LUMBERTON — After sitting down with developers of a proposed solar farm on Shannon Road, disgruntled neighbors won concessions, and the company won the unanimous support on Monday of the Robeson County Board of Commissioners. [...]
  • News

    Burr, Tillis stress quick relief

    LUMBERTON — Removing the regulatory barriers to getting relief money quickly to the victims of Hurricane Florence is a priority for two U.S. senators who visited Robeson County on Monday. Thom Tillis and Richard Burr, [...]
  • News

    Extra effort saves Indian artifacts

    PEMBROKE — The selfless efforts of a local educator helped save rare American Indian historical artifacts that were threatened when heavy rains from Hurricane Florence poured into the Indian Education Program Museum. “I got a [...]
  • Breaking News

    Students return to class on Tuesday

    LUMBERTON — The Public Schools of Robeson County will re-open for students on Tuesday after closing Sept. 11 as Hurricane Florence neared and then struck, leaving nearly all 41 schools with some damage and possibly [...]
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    Campbell’s term to be served by appointee

    LUMBERTON — It will be up to the Robeson County Democratic Party and not the Board of Commissioners to decide who serves the late Commissioner Berlester Campbell’s upcoming four-year term, the interim county attorney said. [...]

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