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How Does Horry County Move Beyond Victim Leaders?

Mark Lazarus

Horry County buzzed today about County Council Chairman Mark Lazarus’ decision to walk out of a community forum last night in the Burgess Community. First Responders came prepared to ask hard questions about what they consider the poor treatment of county employees during the chairman’s term.  Rather than continue to …

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Bill Howard – Balancing The Needs Of District 2

SPONSORED CONTENT Voters will go to the polls next Tuesday to choose their candidate for District 2. Incumbent Bill Howard knows the challenges of balancing the needs of residents who run the gamet from Oceanfront homeowners to rural houses on Highway 90.   It is a challenging task, but one Bill …

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Teachers, Fireman, Policeman Campaign For Gardner

The Peanut Warehouse held the Horry County Stampede this past Saturday. Firemen, County Policemen, and Horry County teachers showed up in support of life-long local, Johnny Gardner. Gardner is running for Horry County Council Chairman.  His opponent is Mark Lazarus.  The election will be held June 12th throughout Horry County. …

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DISTRICT 2’s BILL HOWARD

SPONSORED CONTENT Bill Howard is a life-long Horry County resident and businessman.  The father of five children and grandfather of nine, Howard is running for re-election in District 2. Horry County District 2 includes the City of Myrtle Beach north from 38th Avenue North, Briarcliffe Acres, Carolina Forest borded by Augusta Plantation …

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Carolina Forest Voters Do Not Have To Register By Party

South Carolina is one of 15 states that currently have open primaries, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. That means voters don’t register by party and can vote in whichever party primary they choose. Next Tuesday’s vote for County Council Chairman and Governor of S.C. are critical votes.  Because S.C. is largely …

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Myrtle Beach is not “Singing in the Rain”

Several years ago MyrtleBeachSC.com was one of the first online news medias ambitious enough to disseminate information regarding the quality of the ocean water along the Grand Strand. At the time ridicule came from all sides, bombarding this news venue with accusations from being “fake news” to being financially motivated, …

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