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Attorney General Wilson’s Key Assistant Subpoenaed To Testify In Corruption Probe

A G Wilson

 Sources, including Columbia’s Fitsnews, are reporting that S.C. Solicitor General Bob Cook has now been  subpoenaed by Special Prosecutor David Pascoe in the ongoing State-Wide Ethics probe.  Cook is one of current Attorney General Alan Wilson’s top assistants.  Cook has served several previous administrations and he also has ties to Richard Quinn, …

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William Bailey Has Momentum In North Myrtle Beach

William Bailey

Please turn on volume to hear this video Home grown, William Bailey of North Myrtle Beach campaigned well over the past week and his message is clearly resonating.  Bailey is challenging to represent the North Myrtle Beach Area District 104 S.C. State House seat.  The primary will be held on …

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MyrtleBeachSC News Endorses Tom Rice For District 7

Tom Rice

Hugh Thompson Rice Jr. (born August 4, 1957) is the current U.S. Representative for South Carolina’s 7th congressional district. Elected to the 113th Congress in November 2012, he is a conservative Republican. Rice supports the right to life movement and thinks the U.S. government has strayed from tenets of the Constitution.  He was a member of the freshman …

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Fox News’ Ainsely Earhart Invited To Stampede In Myrtle Beach

A group of Myrtle Beach women have invited Fox News television personality Ainsely Earhart to Stampede in Myrtle Beach. Earhardt was born in Spartanburg, South Carolina.  She attended Sharon Elementary School.  Earhardt’s family moved to the Columbia, South Carolina, area when she was still in elementary school. Earhardt graduated from Columbia S.C.  Spring Valley High …

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BLACK BIKE LOOP CASE: HAVE THE COURTS BECOME POLITICAL?

Black Bike Week

A Federal judge heard the case yesterday concerning a 23 mile traffic loop featuring Ocean Boulevard barricades imposed by the city of Myrtle Beach during Black Bike week.  The event is held annually during Memorial Day weekend. The NAACP sued the city concerning the barricades and the traffic loop.  The …

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Myrtle Beach Cronyism Continues

It’s a given that large cities have a need for more of just about everything to keep their infrastructure running smoothly on a day to day basis. If you have ever lived in an area with a year round million person population it’s understood that there’s need for more infrastructure …

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Warren Stands Out At Horry County Rally

John Warren

Former Marine and current Greenville, S.C. business leader, John Warren, clearly stood out at last night’s Horry County “Rock the Red” campaign stump event. Candidates for S.C. Governor were all invited to speak.  Those competing included Warren, Catherine Templeton, Lt. Governor Kevin Bryant, and Yancey McGill. Current Governor Henry McMaster …

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