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About Marlene Hensley Hucks

Marlene Henlsey Hucks

  Marlene (or Marleny as she is known in Spanish) is a mentor, teacher, cross-cultural trainer, storyteller, writer, and for those who have been under her leadership or simply sat across the table from her, she is a mirror of destiny. Her love of word and image were formed early on …

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Letting Go

My sister, Laura, says I am the exact opposite of a hoarder.  “Do you think maybe you have a problem having things?” she asked as she entered my apartment and noticed that the armoire I had shown her upon her last visit was absent from the room. “No”, I responded, …

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Golf Course Owner Shanghaid Investors

Local Investigative Journalist Paul Gable, of GrandStrandDaily.com uncovers the dirty underside of how Dan Liu, operating in full view of Myrtle Beach city government, Horry County leadership, and the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce took advantage of his Chinese investors. EDITOR’S NOTE:  Lawyers searching for Dan Liu located him and …

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Mr. Pedersen – Tear Down This Wall

Myrtle Beach Wall

Myrtle Beach welcomed tourists to peak summer season this week with newly installed barricade fences. The barricades were put in place by Myrtle Beach City Manager John Pedersen. The city could leave the fences in place for the entire summer. After a string of downtown shootings which made national news, …

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Governor McMaster Meets With City Of North Myrtle Beach Leaders – “Among Safest And Best S.C. Beaches”

Governor Henry McMaster met affectionately with the city of North Myrtle Beach, and its Mayor,  Marilyn Hatley today calling the city one of smiling faces and beautiful places. When asked, Governor McMaster said he attributes the outstanding success of North Myrtle Beach to “beautiful places, smiling faces, good leadership, great …

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Mike Wooten

Fitsnews, a Columbia, S.C. based news organization reports today: One of South Carolina’s most powerful highway commissioners has decided to step down from his post, sources familiar with the situation tell FITSNews. Mike Wooten – whose tenure as chairman of the S.C. Department of Transportation (SCDOT) commission was marked by …

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