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Conservation luncheon to honor William Holiday


Annual Green Tie Luncheon Honors Legislators, Influential South Carolinian Conservationists COLUMBIA, S.C. – Conservation Voters of South Carolina will host its 11th annual Green Tie Luncheon September 18, 2019 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Grand Ballroom at Historic 701 Whaley. This year’s House Conservation Leadership honorees are …

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Will city residents continue to vote for a failed Command Economy?

City Incumbents

The Myrtle Beach City Council race candidate filings were completed yesterday for the November 5th election. Of the seven candidates who filed, three are incumbents Phil Render, Mary Jeffcoat, and Mike Chestnut. Combined these three candidates have served over 30 years in elected office. In those 30 years, Myrtle Beach …

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Investigative Series begins September 16th


MyrtleBeachSC news begins its 3 part series into the Timeshare Industry starting September 16th. Well known companies including Wyndham, Starwood, Westgate, RCI, Holiday Inn Club and Bluegreen Vacations all sell timeshares on a daily basis. Myrtle Beach vacationers have either heard their pitch or been offered free vacations to hear …

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Bernie Sanders “Free” promises hit similar tone as city’s

Bernie Sanders

Democratic Socialist Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders made his “give us free” pitch in Myrtle Beach, S.C. this afternoon. Promising “free” universal healthcare for all, “free” college tuition, “free” cancellation of all student debt, and “free” campaign financing for anyone running for public office, Sanders spoke in front of a small …

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I 73 – The road no one is willing to pay for

I 73

Horry County Council voted 9-1 today to postpone canceling its contract with the S.C. Department of Transportation until December. Chairman Gardner stated that he expected the City of Myrtle Beach and other municipalities to come to the table with a financial commitment within 90 days or the contract would be …

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