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Lisa Williams

Lisa was raised in the Bucksport area of Horry County by progressive yet conservative parents. She has written articles on and off for several local papers over the years. Lisa is also an Administrator/Moderator on many social political debate groups. From a young age she was involved in political action and debate while attending Conway High School. She went on to attend Coastal Carolina as a major in Art Education where she learned newspaper and graphic production then on to working at her parents printing company in Conway.

People Empowering People – Meet Chad Caton

Welcome to our second installation of “People Empowering People”. Today we introduce you to one of Horry County’s up and coming new voices in the community, Mr. Chad Caton. Many were first introduced to Mr. Caton when last year he challenged past Horry County Council Chairman Mark Lazarus at a …

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Taking Names and Presenting Facts

The article posted by David L. Hucks yesterday on MyrtleBeachSC.com exposing the name of the owners of a local motel,  which was the focus of an investigation and a subsequent drug bust, has brought a lot of attention regarding the writers intention. Reader participation has brought a slew of interesting …

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People Empowering People – Meet Tom Swatzel

Welcome to our first installation of the weekly series of People Empowering People. As you have read over the past few months, our misssion is Empowering YOU, our community of readers and leaders. We will be interviewing the movers and shakers across our area and asking them questions of what …

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Myrtle Beach, Better Than “Everywhere”

“Everyone” and “everywhere” are by far not new words or ideas. As a matter of fact you probably used a version of one when you were young and tried to justify to your parents that “Everyone is doing it.” to which your parents would readily ask “If everyone jumped off …

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Group Says Horry Council Short Sighted

CHARLESTON, SC—This afternoon, Horry County Council passed a resolution committing $23 million—more than half of the revenue from the County’s hospitality tax—for the next 20 years to funding Horry County’s portion of I-73. In response to the vote that commits $23 million annually to the unnecessary interstate, Coastal Conservation League …

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Grand Strand Warriors Meet for Change

With only a day before the polls open Tuesday June 12 for the S.C general election, candidates are forgoing hours of sleep to reach their voter base to win every possible vote in what is becoming one of the closest political races in decades for the Horry County and the …

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