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The Politics Of Dirty Flood Waters

Tom Rice

The Waccamaw River runs 140 miles from its starting point in Lake Waccamaw, NC to where it meets the ocean in Winyah Bay at Georgetown, S.C.   The river is as old as time itself. The waters likely were named by the Waccamaw indians. The language is now a dead tongue. No …

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City Says “No” Hispanic Church At 6th Avenue

Pastor Carlos

Hurricane Florence was not well known for its wind damage. However, a building located on Highway 15 encountered one rogue gust of wind that ripped off the entire roof. Then came the rains.  The only thing the local congregation of Iglesia De Cristo Rhema could save was their piano.   The …

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Chad Caton – Local Hero

Chad Caton

Today, at St. James, thanks to Chad Caton’s tireless work, hundreds of volunteers will arrive with 200,000 bags to fill.  Homes will be saved. “One of the problems Chad made me aware of in this effort, was having volunteers onsite and needing materials.  He called me on Friday concerning sand …

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Highway 22 (FUTURE I-73) FLOODED BETWEEN 90 AND 905

Highway 22 Future i-73

S.C. Highway 22, known as the Conway Bypass, has completely flooded between Highway 90 and Highway 905.  The road is not passable.  SCDOT asks motorists to please use Highway 501 for East To West traffic to and from the S.C. coast. The section of S.C. Highway 22, now under water, …

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Flooded Homes Versus I-73 Politics

The waters continued to rise in Socastee, Bucksport, Longs, Conway, Nichols, and other local areas yesterday.  President Trump arrived on the scene in Conway, S.C.  It was clear he was here for those residents who are forced to evacuate their homes. However, at the press conference put on in Conway,  …

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