Jamie Lee Prince

Jamie Lee Prince, 27, of Loris passed away on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018. He was born on June 22, 1991, in Conway to Harvey Lee Prince and Mary Christiane Jordan. Jamie loved adventures, hunting and boating. Survivors include his father, Harvey Prince and his wife Brenda of Loris; mother, Mary Jordan Wilson and husband Randy of St. Petersburg, Fla.; grandmother, Lou King of Loris; sister, Jennifer Hearl of Crestview, Fla.; half-brother, Adam Norris of Lake City, Fla.; two half-sisters, Candace James of Conway and Michelle Ruprecht of Madison, Wis. and two nieces, Jaylen Burkett of Conway and Isabella Palacios of …

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Roberta Harris Gerald

Roberta Harris Gerald, 91, of Loris went to be with her Lord and Savior on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. Mrs. Gerald was born on April 24, 1927, in Loris to the late Thurman McKinley Harris and the late Lee Tyler Harris. She was a loving homemaker and a lifelong dedicated member of Cane Branch Baptist Church. As part of her ministry, she was a part of the adult choir for many years and taught the junior age Sunday school and the senior ladies class. She was the WMU secretary until just recently, the 1981 recipient of the Rural Lady of …

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Gladys Todd Carter Canada

Gladys Todd Carter Canada, 94, of Loris passed away on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018, at Lower Cape Fear Hospice House in Whiteville, N.C. Mrs. Canada was born on March 25, 1924, in Loris, a daughter of the late Furnie Cornelius Todd and the late Lucy Ann Hardee Todd. Mrs. Canada was a loving homemaker and a longtime member of Wayside Baptist Church. Survivors include her daughters, Lois Wray of Little River, Linda Todd of Myrtle Beach, Lorraine Skipper and husband Lynn of Nichols and Amanda Goodwin and husband Ricky of Whiteville; twelve grandchildren; twenty-four great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren; her sister, Dorenda …

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Trunk or Treat was Exciting for All Ages

A trunk-or-treat event sponsored by Capture Inc. and Loris First Baptist Church was held on Halloween night, Wednesday, Oct. 31, beginning at 6 p.m. Children dressed as unicorns, scarecrows, super heroes and witches and held their bags out for candy. The excitement of the evening was approaching each trunk open and decorated filled with candy for the children trick-or treating. Capture Inc. and Loris First Baptist combined efforts to make a safe place for children to trick-or-treat, have a hot dog or chicken, chips and a soda with cotton candy and popcorn readily available for all ages. The children enjoyed …

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Two Local Businesses Receive Recognition

The Horry County Board of Architectural Review’s Legacy Business Recognition Program will recognize two Loris businesses on Nov. 9 with ribbon cutting ceremonies. A ceremony will be held at Blanton Building Supplies at 10:30 am, and at Ford’s Fuel & Propane at 11 a.m. The ceremonies are free and open to the public. The W. F. Cox Co. was founded in 1954 by Paul Rogers Sr., Charles Leggette and James P. Blanton who served as the general manager. In 1969, Rogers and Blanton purchased the Leggette portion of the business and remained together until the retirement of James P. Blanton …

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Chiefs Grab 3 Seed with Stormy Win over Marlboro County

In the pouring rain, the North Myrtle Beach Chiefs (6-3) varsity football team defeated the Marlboro County Bulldogs (6-3) to earn the No. 3 playoff seed out of Region 6-4A. With a final score of 12-0, the Chiefs shutout an opponent for the first time this season. The Thursday night contest was moved up from Friday night due to the anticipation of inclement weather Friday evening. It was originally scheduled to be played on Sept. 28, but was moved to the end of the season due to evacuations in place on that date. With sheets of rain falling in front …

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