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The next long panic line for S.C. residents is government

Toilet Paper

“The online lines for government unemployment assistance will be long as residents continue to be out of work. Just as S.C. was unprepared for testing, residents must be patient, as S.C. will likely be just as unprepared for filings.” Finding toilet paper at your local grocer is much like finding …

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Watercooler Wednesday March 18th

Watercooler

WATERCOOLER WEDNESDAY: Dave and David (MyrtleBeachSC.com) are ON-SITE at the Horry County Election Complex where there normally would be candidates filing for office. What can WE do during this time of social distancing due to the Chinese Corona virus? Pray to God and know he’s in control. Hold your state …

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Facing pandemic, Governor shuts down indoor dining

Facing a coronavirus pandemic, Governor Henry McMaster ordered, by state law, all bars and restaurants to cease indoor dining as of Tuesday, March 17th. McMaster’s statewide order allows for curbside and drive-thru service. “We are asking people to stick together and understand we’re in a crisis,” Governor Henry McMaster said …

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Coronavirus exposes Grand Strand’s economic dependence on Tourism

Coronovirus

Will the Coronavirus shut down Grand Strand tourism Spring 2020? Today, the City of North Myrtle Beach released the following statement to the press. “Although as late as yesterday SCDHEC advised through its Twitter account that the status of COVID-19 in South Carolina does not indicate that cancelation of events …

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Sun News downsizes. What’s next for print news?

Sun News

The Myrtle Beach Sun News relocated today. The newspaper downsized to a new office inside the Coastal Carolina National Bank on 38th Avenue North. The Sun News, the State Newspaper, and the Charlotte Observer are each owned by the corporate news team of McClatchy. USA TODAY ARTICLE OF FEB 2020 …

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