Wednesday, June 29, 2022

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North Carolina’s May unemployment rate remains unchanged

RALEIGH — The state’s seasonally adjusted May 2022 unemployment rate was 3.4 percent, remaining unchanged from April’s revised rate. The national rate remained unchanged at 3.6 percent.

Sheriff asks for assistance from state, federal authorities in Campbell Soup Company threat investigation

LUMBERTON — Robeson County’s sheriff has requested aid from state and federal authorities to investigate threats made at the Campbell Soup Company in Maxton.

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Woman pleads guilty to embezzling thousands from Sentinel Fence

LUMBERTON — A 50-year-old woman pleaded guilty Tuesday in Robeson County Court on charges of embezzlement in connection to her previous work at Sentinel Fence.

County virus cases down 15%

LUMBERTON — The number of new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Robeson County dropped 15.8% in the last week.

State of the Tribe address set for Thursday

PEMBROKE — Lumbee Tribal Chairman John L. Lowery will deliver his first State of the Tribe Address for the Lumbee Tribe of N.C. at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday.


A Cooperative Extension column published in Saturday’s edition of The Robesonian should have listed Shea Ann DeJarnette, the 4-H Youth Development agent with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Robeson County Center, as the contributing columnist. If you find an error in The Robesonian, contact Executive Editor David Kennard at [email protected]

Center honors community with banquet

LUMBERTON — The North Carolina Youth Violence Prevention Center held its Community Appreciation banquet recently at Adelio’s with more than 50 people in attendance.