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Water Quality, Ethics Issues Accelerate Statewide Meltdown

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Locals have informed us they believe that the hundreds of thousands currently being spent by the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce to find a marketable consumer message could actually be better spent towards fixing the 14 drainage problem areas in the city of Myrtle Beach. In what amounted to multiple meltdowns state-wide yesterday,  ethics …

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Grande Dunes Residents Want A Quiet Neighborhood

“He has completely sold out and does not work for any of us.  John Rhodes has no chance of getting re-elected if my vote counts,” said one Grande Dunes resident. _____________________________________________________________ The Sun News of Myrtle Beach recently published an article that portrayed Grande Dunes homeowners as a group “up in …

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Myrtle Beach And SC Governments Go Rogue

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While Fortune Magazine just rated S.C. Governor Nikki Haley as number 17 on the list of the World’s 50 Greatest Leaders,  other politicians in our state continue to example corruption.   Haley’s excellence aside,  the State of S.C. is now ranked 3rd in the nation for political corruption and the …

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The Most Important Day In History

History weighs itself well on important marking days.   Many hold up July 4, 1776 as a watershed day in history,  rightfully so.   Others point to D Day, which ended World War Two.  The Christian church is right also to point out a most key day of Easter Sunday. …

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SC Health Department “WIPES CLEAN” OCEAN WATER MONITORING MAP

Today,  for the second time in less than one month,  the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control,  changed the state’s water quality monitoring map. With no notices nor any explanations,  the entire map was wiped clean by the state agency (Statewide). Update March 18th:  DHEC Updates the SC …

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