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Tomorrow night, Tuesday, November 13, 2018,  Horry County Council @ 6 p.m., Mike Wooten’s team will be pressing county councilmen to approve zoning changes his group wants on Highway 90’s Bear Claw Tract Scenic Preserve. A community meeting was held last Thursday concerning this request. The zoning changes will allow 1446 …

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The Politics Of Dirty Flood Waters

Tom Rice

The Waccamaw River runs 140 miles from its starting point in Lake Waccamaw, NC to where it meets the ocean in Winyah Bay at Georgetown, S.C.   The river is as old as time itself. The waters likely were named by the Waccamaw indians. The language is now a dead tongue. No …

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Chad Caton – Local Hero

Chad Caton

Today, at St. James, thanks to Chad Caton’s tireless work, hundreds of volunteers will arrive with 200,000 bags to fill.  Homes will be saved. “One of the problems Chad made me aware of in this effort, was having volunteers onsite and needing materials.  He called me on Friday concerning sand …

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Flooded Homes Versus I-73 Politics

The waters continued to rise in Socastee, Bucksport, Longs, Conway, Nichols, and other local areas yesterday.  President Trump arrived on the scene in Conway, S.C.  It was clear he was here for those residents who are forced to evacuate their homes. However, at the press conference put on in Conway,  …

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Ninety four percent of MyrtleBeachSC news readers who responded to our recent poll say they do NOT trust local government.  The poll collectively also asked residents if they trusted the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Redevelopment Corporation as well. MyrtleBeachSC news is currently running a new …

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