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Wednesday Watercooler March 4th

Watercooler

WATERCOOLER WEDNESDAY: Dave, Seth and David are ON-SITE at our local electric co-op discussing how our state legislators are responsible for skyrocketing monthly bills. We’re also talking about the latest road money scam. Finally – we’re talking about how local government corruption could cause flood insurance rates for residents of …

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98% of Saturday’s primary voters said flooding key issue 2020

Flooding

Exit poll surveys taken at Loris elementary, the Horry County North Strand Recreation Center and Head Start in Longs yesterday concerned flood issues in Horry County. The survey was taken entirely in District 9. 259 voters took the exit poll. “We did an exit poll Saturday to see what Democratic …

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Administrator’s divisiveness follows him from Summerville

Dennis Pieper

“Lawyers we spoke with after a press conference held in the City of Myrtle Beach said they expect multiple lawsuits to come out of Surfside Beach over these issues. Some believe these suits could equal or surpass the $8.5 million settlement amounts just charged in damages to the City of …

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Bonefish Grill Debuts “Fish Frydays” during Lent

Bonefish

Fresh seafood takes the spotlight at Bonefish Grill — especially with Lent starting on February 26th. As guests seek out non-meat options for Friday dining and beyond, Bonefish Grill is offering a variety of fantastic fish dishes through April 12th. Every Friday during Lent, guests can enjoy Fish Frydays with …

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Current, former executives of Santee Cooper refuse to testify

Santee Cooper

Santee Cooper CEO Mark Bonsall told the press that on the advice of their lawyers, four current and former executives from Santee Cooper did not attend a Senate meeting this past Tuesday discussing whether to sell the business. As the Washington Post reports: Senators then warned the utility that if …

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