Quotes of the week

<p>“When you put arts, food and music together you’re going to have a successful event.”</p>
                                <p>— Lumberton Downtown Coordinator Connie Russ-Wallwork speaking about having the Lumberton Food Truck Festival and Arts on Elm on the same day in downtown Lumberton.</p>

“When you put arts, food and music together you’re going to have a successful event.”

— Lumberton Downtown Coordinator Connie Russ-Wallwork speaking about having the Lumberton Food Truck Festival and Arts on Elm on the same day in downtown Lumberton.

<p>“Truthfully, its all over the county. We see farm equipment riding by our office right here in city limits.”</p>
                                <p>— Mac Malloy, a Field Crop agent with the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Robeson County Center, speaking about more agricultural machinery using Robeson County’s roads and highways during the spring.</p>

“Truthfully, its all over the county. We see farm equipment riding by our office right here in city limits.”

— Mac Malloy, a Field Crop agent with the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Robeson County Center, speaking about more agricultural machinery using Robeson County’s roads and highways during the spring.

<p>“For me, the scholarship is something that my family and I are very thankful for.”</p>
                                <p>— Lumberton High School senior Anna Louise Mercer speaking about being a recipient of the Morehead-Cain Scholarship.</p>

“For me, the scholarship is something that my family and I are very thankful for.”

— Lumberton High School senior Anna Louise Mercer speaking about being a recipient of the Morehead-Cain Scholarship.

<p>“The best way to have these plans come to fruition is for a much more substantial portion of our population becoming vaccinated against COVID. In order to have the vaccination be fully effective, now is a great time to get vaccinated.”</p>
                                <p>— Robeson County Health Department Director Bill Smith speaking about the goal of having a mask-free summer with few if any pandemic-related restrictions.</p>

“The best way to have these plans come to fruition is for a much more substantial portion of our population becoming vaccinated against COVID. In order to have the vaccination be fully effective, now is a great time to get vaccinated.”

— Robeson County Health Department Director Bill Smith speaking about the goal of having a mask-free summer with few if any pandemic-related restrictions.

“When you put arts, food and music together you’re going to have a successful event.”

— Lumberton Downtown Coordinator Connie Russ-Wallwork speaking about having the Lumberton Food Truck Festival and Arts on Elm on the same day in downtown Lumberton.

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“Truthfully, its all over the county. We see farm equipment riding by our office right here in city limits.”

— Mac Malloy, a Field Crop agent with the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Robeson County Center, speaking about more agricultural machinery using Robeson County’s roads and highways during the spring.

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“For me, the scholarship is something that my family and I are very thankful for.”

— Lumberton High School senior Anna Louise Mercer speaking about being a recipient of the Morehead-Cain Scholarship.

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“The best way to have these plans come to fruition is for a much more substantial portion of our population becoming vaccinated against COVID. In order to have the vaccination be fully effective, now is a great time to get vaccinated.”

— Robeson County Health Department Director Bill Smith speaking about the goal of having a mask-free summer with few if any pandemic-related restrictions.