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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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2017 Eminent Domain – 2018 Business Profiling

Business Profiling

Wikipidia defines urban renewal as the relocation of businesses, the demolition of structures, the relocation of people, and the use of eminent domain (government purchase of property for public purpose) as a legal instrument to take private property for city-initiated development projects. In 2017,  an entire core group of elected city leaders were swept out …

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Residents Define Crony For The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber

Myrtle Beach National Kings North

The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce has been sued by Karon Mitchell on behalf of city residents for sending millions of tourism tax dollars to crony companies created by former employees or inter-connected business concerns of MBACC. The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce’s lawyer, Henrietta Golding,  sent a …

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I-73 TOLL ROAD FUNDING IS DEAD FOR 2018

I 73

S.C. Representative Phyllis J. Henderson confirmed to the S.C. Freedom Action Network that South Carolina House Legislative Bill H. 4177 is officially dead for 2018.  The bill is a measure pushed by local S.C. State House delegates to convert the $2.4 billion Interstate 73 connector into a toll road.  The …

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Surfside Beach City Council Drama Continues

Surfside Beach Town Hall

High drama surrounding Surfside Beach City Council continued again today. Three of the five current City Councilmen walked out of Executive Session when two newly elected on council were invited into a closed meeting.  The council meeting then abruptly ended. The newly elected members, Debbie Scoles and Bruce Dietrich,  have …

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Town Says Good-Bye To Brad Dean

Brad Dean

An invitation only crowd of Myrtle Beach dignitaries will meet at the Marina Inn at Grand Dunes to officially say thank you and good-bye to Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce C.E.O, Brad Dean on April 20th. Many former elected officials and current officials have previously made those same such statements …

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