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Myrtle Beach City Leaders apologize to Julian Betton

Julian Betton

“Blessed are the peacemakers,    for they will be called children of God“ Myrtle Beach City leaders, including Mayor Brenda Bethune and City Manager John Pedersen met privately with Julian Betton this Sunday morning, Pentacost Sunday. Betton is now paralyzed after being shot during a botched joint task, City of Myrtle Beach/Horry …

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District 9 will elect a new Horry County Councilman

Today marks 14 days until the June 9th primaries. District 9 will be a key battleground district in the Horry County Council elections. Long-standing incumbent Paul Prince chose not to run for re-election. Voters have an opportunity for fresh, resident-minded ideas introduced to local government, if they choose to elect …

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More bad news for Rep. Alan Clemmons

Alan Clemmons

Sources close to the “five-person 15th Circuit group” choosing the next 15th Circuit public defender have informed MyrtleBeachSC news that Alan Clemmons was not selected to fill the position. State Rep. Alan Clemmons, R-Myrtle Beach confirmed to MyHorryNews, on May 7th, that he was one of the lawyers hoping to …

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Early Voting In Horry County Starts Now


Early voting in Horry County began last Monday. Voters can show up at 1515 Fourth Avenue Conway, SC 29526 anytime between 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Friday. Advance reservations are not required. Avoid the crowds and issues related to the coronavirus by voting in person early. Several key primary races …

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