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April Beach Bacteria 77 Times Unsafe

Bacteria Reading April

April 24th readings taken at 67th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach, SC were 77 times unsafe for swimming as reported by the S.C. Department of Health And Environmental Control. The city of Myrtle Beach now has 8 areas that remain infected and can run high bacteria readings after rain storms. …

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Gas Tax Passed – Wooten Remains

Mike Wooten

Mike Wooten’s term expired 11 weeks ago, yet there he is Reader’s Note:  Mike Wooten Finally Steps Down As Highway Commissioner By ROBERT MEYEROWITZ By a vote of 127-30, South Carolina’s “Republican-controlled” legislature approved a massive tax increase on its citizens.  While the bill was vetoed by Governor McMaster,  the …

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RESIDENTS URGE BETHUNE TO RUN

Brenda Bethune and Ed Carey Shine

Myrtle Beach Local Brenda Bethune Over the last few years, Myrtle Beach locals and merchants have had growing concerns about the direction and future of the city of Myrtle Beach.  Ongoing issues such as downtown crime, beach bacteria pollution, high city government debt, DRC related parking issues, heavy-handed redevelopment issues, and an over-focus on international investments …

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INFLUENCE

Myrtle Beach

Influence and Seasons – Opinion   “A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on. Ideas have endurance beyond death” President John F. Kennedy Residents and business leaders alike have pointed out to our team that Myrtle Beach is ripe for a new season.   …

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Man O War Jellfish Wash Up In Myrtle Beach

Man O War

MYRTLE BEACH, SC — Beachgoers, beware: a creature known for its excruciating and venomous sting could be washing up on a beach near you. According to the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, there have been several reports of Portuguese man-of-war washing up on beaches along the South Carolina coast this week. Though …

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