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New Yorkers flee city

Spirit

Coronavirus deaths continue to climb in New York City, which is quickly becoming one of the worst-hit places on earth. Yesterday, 88 more people in the city died from COVID-19 — nearly doubling the previous day’s death count. In response, many New Yorkers are choosing to flee the city in …

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Watercooler Wednesday March 25th

Watercooler

WATERCOOLER WEDNESDAY: Dave and David (MyrtleBeachSC.com) are Chinese coronavirus-free and talking about: * the lesson South Carolinians can learn from DC politicians who sold their stocks days before the market tanked * primary election update – including how state Senator Paul “Lyin’ to the Police” Campbell is dropping out * …

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Candidates in District 9 run from credible to peculiar

Mark Causey

As filings continue for Horry County Council this week, four candidates have registered to run in District 9. District 9 stretches from the Horry County line in Loris, east through Longs and into Barefoot Resort. Incumbent Paul Prince chose to retire. He is not seeking re-election. Why have so many …

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Coronavirus concerns: Local group responds

Tomorrow, John Gallman, candidate for SC Senate 33 and a local group of experts, will host a Virtual Town Hall in Horry County to discuss the Coronavirus and how it is affecting our community! To sign up to attend: https://www.facebook.com/events/s/horry-county-coronavirusvirtua/215854916288933/ Featured guests include:-John Gallman, local business owner and candidate for state senate …

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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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