Induction into Senior Beta Club held last Friday

Induction into Senior Beta Club held last Friday

Loris High School held their annual Senior Beta Club induction on Friday, Jan. 11, at 8 a.m. Tyneshia Fayall welcomed guests and students to the program. The LHS R.O.T.C. posted...
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NMB Basketball Takes Two From Darlington

NMB Basketball Takes Two From Darlington

After the girls lost 57-47 and the boys were beaten 62-48 last Friday at Wilson, the Lady Chiefs and Chiefs teams came roaring back to take two games from Darlington...
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Chatterbox

Chatterbox

Welcome SHAGGERS to Mid-Winter SOS… Greg DRUMMOND such an interesting gentleman to talk with and his visits are always welcomed… Ginny COOPER such a pleasant and helpful retired lady who...
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Waterway Elementary School

Waterway Elementary School

Waterway Elementary School held Family Game Night on Jan. 8. Students, parents and teachers enjoyed playing board games. The Chick-fil-a cow surprised them with a visit and brought corn hole...
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Fire Department Launches Coat Drive

Fire Department Launches Coat Drive

Throughout January, the North Myrtle Beach Fire Department is collecting coats, hats, gloves and socks for the Sea Haven Youth Homeless Shelter. The items can be new or in good...
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Council Meeting Time Changes In New Year

Council Meeting Time Changes In New Year

The Loris City Council met on Monday, Jan. 14, at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at the McLeod Loris Seacoast Center for Health and Fitness Center. The delay of...
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Tree City Board Is Best In State

Tree City Board Is Best In State

Prior to the Monday, Jan. 7, North Myrtle Beach City Council meeting, Council met in executive session for legal briefings regarding Dunlap vs the City of North Myrtle Beach et...
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Lady Chiefs win, but Chiefs Lose Tuesday Night

Lady Chiefs win, but Chiefs Lose Tuesday Night

Lady Chiefs win, but Chiefs lose Tuesday night By John Smithson North Myrtle Beach splits with Marlboro County Tuesday as the girls win and boys lose at the North Myrtle...
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How the Ingram Dunes Can Be Saved

How the Ingram Dunes Can Be Saved

How the Ingram Dunes can be saved The Ingram Dunes are the heart of North Myrtle Beach and their unique beauty has been loved by locals and visitors for generations....
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The Mighty Lion Award

The Mighty Lion Award

The Mighty Lion Award is given to a teacher or support staff member each month who has gone above and beyond in their job.  A nomination is made to recognize...
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Locks of Love Hair Donation Is For A Good Cause

Locks of Love Hair Donation Is For A Good Cause

A person’s identity is one’s outward appearance as it is what others see first.  Through the ages from Samson when Delilah cut off his hair weakening his strength to now...
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Ebony Garden Club Gain Rewards

Ebony Garden Club Gain Rewards

The Ebony Garden Club in Loris was established in 1963. They are not as well known as the Loris Garden Club, but they do their due diligence in helping make...
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January, 2019

  • 16 January

    Induction into Senior Beta Club held last Friday

    Loris High School held their annual Senior Beta Club induction on Friday, Jan. 11, at 8 a.m. Tyneshia Fayall welcomed guests and students to the program. The LHS R.O.T.C. posted the colors and led the Pledge of Allegiance. Five seniors spoke of the Keys to Success, achievement, character, leadership and service. Marie Hemphill, LHS 2019 Teacher of the Year, introduced Korbin Causey, LHS alumnus class of 2012 and vice president of Mortgage Lending at Guaranteed Rate, addressed the students congratulating them for the hard work that it takes to achieve a 3.5 – 4.0 GPA. Dr. Danny McPherson, adviser for …

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  • 16 January

    NMB Basketball Takes Two From Darlington

    After the girls lost 57-47 and the boys were beaten 62-48 last Friday at Wilson, the Lady Chiefs and Chiefs teams came roaring back to take two games from Darlington High School at the Chiefs gym on Tuesday evening. In the girls 44-17 win the Lady Chiefs got off to a slow start as Darlington scored the first six points in the game with neither team hitting their shots. North Myrtle Beach finally scored when Jermaisha Griffin hit a jumper at the halfway point of the period. The Lady Chiefs then scored all the points for the remainder of the …

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  • 16 January

    Chatterbox

    Welcome SHAGGERS to Mid-Winter SOS… Greg DRUMMOND such an interesting gentleman to talk with and his visits are always welcomed… Ginny COOPER such a pleasant and helpful retired lady who is a great big asset to the community in so many ways…Delores THOMPSON making sure North Myrtle Beach Area Historical Museum is always ready as she welcomes people to it under the direction of executive director Cathy ALTMAN… Rusty HELM making a hunting trip to Canada recently and bagging an eight-point deer… Edith Ann PHILLIPS going the extra mile to always help those when in need…Mike MAHANEY cranking out some …

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  • 16 January

    Waterway Elementary School

    Waterway Elementary School held Family Game Night on Jan. 8. Students, parents and teachers enjoyed playing board games. The Chick-fil-a cow surprised them with a visit and brought corn hole boards for them to enjoy.

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  • 16 January

    Fire Department Launches Coat Drive

    Throughout January, the North Myrtle Beach Fire Department is collecting coats, hats, gloves and socks for the Sea Haven Youth Homeless Shelter. The items can be new or in good used condition. Please bring your items to any North Myrtle Beach fire station. The North Myrtle Beach Fire Station Locations are: Station 1 – 1015 2nd Avenue South, Station 2 – 307 Sea Mountain Highway, Station 3 – 803 33rd Avenue South, Station 4 – 5345 Little River Neck Road and Station 5 – 4740 Barefoot Resort Bridge Road. For more information, contact Firefighter/EMT Aaron Asbury at 843-280-5511.

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  • 16 January

    Council Meeting Time Changes In New Year

    The Loris City Council met on Monday, Jan. 14, at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at the McLeod Loris Seacoast Center for Health and Fitness Center. The delay of January’s council meeting was due to conflicting schedules at the fitness center. Todd Harrelson, council member and mayor-pro tem, called the meeting to order asking T. Hardee to provide the invocation, and the pledge of allegiance was recited by all. The council members present were Joan Gause, Lewis Hardee, Terrence Hardee, Mike Suggs and Jan Vescovi. Department heads present were Damon Kempski, Brandon Harrelson, Chief Gary Buley, Thomas Cocke and …

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  • 9 January

    Tree City Board Is Best In State

    Prior to the Monday, Jan. 7, North Myrtle Beach City Council meeting, Council met in executive session for legal briefings regarding Dunlap vs the City of North Myrtle Beach et al 2017 CP 26 03818 and Neely vs the City of North Myrtle Beach 2017 CP 26 05428. Council also received a legal briefing regarding the Tort Claims Act. Council took no action. During the meeting, North Myrtle Beach Tree City Board Chairman Tom Walker provided City Council with an activities report. Tree City Board members include Tom Walker, Caroline Driggers, Ruth Anne Ellis, Dee Myers and John Sloop. Walker …

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  • 9 January

    Lady Chiefs win, but Chiefs Lose Tuesday Night

    Lady Chiefs win, but Chiefs lose Tuesday night By John Smithson North Myrtle Beach splits with Marlboro County Tuesday as the girls win and boys lose at the North Myrtle Beach High School gym. The Lady Chiefs started slowly in the first half, leading 6-2 after three minutes. Then Jordan Berger got hot, scoring 17 points in the first half to help the Lady Chiefs to a 28-13 lead over Marlboro County at the  intermission. The second half was more of the same. The Lady Chiefs defense and good ball control by North Myrtle Beach helped them to a 43-20 …

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