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Myrtle Beach hotel icon passes

George Baskerville Buchanan, Jr., 83, passed away at his home on Monday, April 8, 2019, surrounded by his loving family. Buchanan exuded excellence in hotel operations. Myrtle Beach will sorely miss his leadership. “He was our brightest and our best,” said David Hucks, publisher MyrtleBeachSC news. “His integrity stood out …

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Holy Week – listings of all oceanfront Sunrise Services

Easter Worship & Sunrise Services Looking for places to worship on Easter Sunday? Below is a list of churches offering sunrise services on the beach. It’s a unique and moving experience. Mom and Dad, Easter egg hunts along the coast are listed at bottom below. Oceanfront Sunrise Services Palmetto Pointe …

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Millennial endorses Ed Carey

As a young millennial it saddens me to see my generation supporting Socialism. The 7th Congressional District is constantly being targeted by the left,  what is needed is a strong Conservative County party to provide an alternative of Freedom. To achieve that we can’t just be a party that just …

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I-73 Hypocrisy – Always about money

Opinion One of Mayor Bethune’s closest political allies, former Horry County Chairman Mark Lazarus championed and worked to extend a sunset 1.5% county-wide hospitality tax in 2017. The continued funding was to be allocated to building I-73. While our news organization cried foul, Mayor John Rhodes (mayor of Myrtle Beach …

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S.C. establishment works to blunt constitutional carry

Few in Horry County have heard the names of Rep. Jonathon Hill of Anderson or Rep. Josiah Magnuson of Spartanburg. Yet these are the faces of the new conservative movement now also taking shape in Horry County. Hill sponsored the very popular constitutional carry bill which stalled this month in …

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How MBACC wins state grants – is this criminal?

Myrtle Beach Area Chamber

Publishers Note: With the S.C. Statehouse in session, much has been made about angry resident language towards S.C. legislators. One key legislator publicly stated yesterday that he was afraid of some constituents on what he called the “far” right. We offer the below re-printed investigative report by the Nerve. In …

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