Ceremony marks start of program

Ceremony marks start of program

Last week, lots of parents and grandparents, hundreds of fall youth sports participants ages 7 to 17 and their coaches, the Mayor and City Council, the North Myrtle Beach Recreation...
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Lyon appointed to Tree City Board

Lyon appointed to Tree City Board

Jeanette Lyon was appointed by City Council to serve a four-year term on the North Myrtle Beach Tree City Board. The Tree City Board meets quarterly, although special meetings may...
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New Sign being installed

New Sign being installed

A 12-foot by 16-foot LED Screen is being installed at the southwestern corner of Highway 17 and Robert Edge Parkway The SCDOT-approved sign will have a brick base and landscaping....
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Senator Hembree to attend leadership program

Senator Hembree to attend leadership program

Senator Hembree selected for national leadership program Senator Greg Hembree of Little River has been selected to participate in the 2019 Center for the Advancement of Leadership Skills (CALS) in...
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Chatterbox

Chatterbox

Phyllis ROUNTREE always so gracious and complimentary...Happy birthday today Jake HOLMES!!!Barbara COFFEY always so interesting to talk with...Tami BLAND doing some spooky Halloween decorating at the newspaper office???Happy belated birthday...
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Town Talk

Town Talk

BAYBORO BAPTIST CHURCH will have a special singing on Sunday, Oct. 6, at 11 a.m...BAYBORO BAPTIST CHURCH will hold a revival on Sunday, Oct. 6, - Wednesday, Oct. 9, at...
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The Little Lions take on Aynor Blue Jackets

The Little Lions take on Aynor Blue Jackets

The Loris Recreation football season began on Saturday, Sept. 28, at 10:15 a.m. with the Little Lions roaring onto the field to take on the Aynor Blue Jackets.  The Little...
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Panthers defeat Lions

Panthers defeat Lions

The Loris Varsity Football welcomed the Carolina Forest Panthers to Loris this past Friday night. The 10th ranked Panthers were more than the Lions could handle. Photos by School Bell...
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New queens will represent city at 2020 events

New queens will represent city at 2020 events

The Loris Chamber of Commerce presented the Miss Loris Bog-Off Festival Pageant on Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Loris High School auditorium beginning at 1 p.m. The emcees for the...
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Swimmers compete in six team meet

Swimmers compete in six team meet

The North Myrtle Beach High School boys and girls swim teams joined five other teams competing last Friday at the NMB Aquatic and Fitness Center. The Chiefs squads joined teams...
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NMB Lady Chiefs varsity volleyball team remains undefeated in conference

NMB Lady Chiefs varsity volleyball team remains undefeated in conference

The Lady Chiefs volleyball team continued their winning ways in 6AAAA conference play with a 3-0 win over Darlington last Thursday at the Chiefs gym. The Chiefs continued their excellent...
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NMB varsity girls tennis team wins 4-3 over Darlington last Thursday at home courts

NMB varsity girls tennis team wins 4-3 over Darlington last Thursday at home courts

The North Myrtle Beach High School Lady Chiefs varsity tennis team returned home and won a 4-3 match against visiting Darlington. The Chiefs won three singles matches and split two...
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October, 2019

  • 7 October

    Ceremony marks start of program

    Last week, lots of parents and grandparents, hundreds of fall youth sports participants ages 7 to 17 and their coaches, the Mayor and City Council, the North Myrtle Beach Recreation Commission and others gathered at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex to mark the start of the 2019 fall youth sports program, which includes 27 teams with 560 people. Fall sports include tackle football, flag football, lacrosse, volleyball and soccer. Mayor Marilyn Hatley welcomed all, thanking parents, volunteer coaches and team sponsors, and encouraged team participants to play to win but to always remember to have fun. Pastor …

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  • 7 October

    Lyon appointed to Tree City Board

    Jeanette Lyon was appointed by City Council to serve a four-year term on the North Myrtle Beach Tree City Board. The Tree City Board meets quarterly, although special meetings may also be held. The Tree City Board advises the city in all tree-related matters; serves as a source of information about proper tree maintenance techniques and community tree management policies; makes recommendations for public tree establishment, maintenance, protection and removal; provides input to the public grounds superintendent for the development of an annual work plan and long-range planning; reviews the city’s tree ordinance, tree planting master plan and recommends changes …

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  • 7 October

    New Sign being installed

    A 12-foot by 16-foot LED Screen is being installed at the southwestern corner of Highway 17 and Robert Edge Parkway The SCDOT-approved sign will have a brick base and landscaping. Constructed to withstand winds of up to 140 mph, the sign will help promote city festivals, concerts, sports tourism and other events and will share city information during hurricanes and other incidents.

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  • 7 October

    Senator Hembree to attend leadership program

    Senator Hembree selected for national leadership program Senator Greg Hembree of Little River has been selected to participate in the 2019 Center for the Advancement of Leadership Skills (CALS) in Little Rock, Arkansas, from Oct. 5-9. Inaugurated in 2007, CALS is the annual leadership program of the Southern Legislative Conference of The Council of State Governments. Each year, CALS brings together select officials from three branches of government in 15 Southern states to refine their leadership skills in a nonpartisan environment. Ultimately, CALS aims to provide the public with highly skilled, educated and confident state leaders. “CALS has a national …

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  • 7 October

    Chatterbox

    Phyllis ROUNTREE always so gracious and complimentary…Happy birthday today Jake HOLMES!!!Barbara COFFEY always so interesting to talk with…Tami BLAND doing some spooky Halloween decorating at the newspaper office???Happy belated birthday to Emma WILLIAMS in Parma, Ohio…Jim GRAINGER answering the call of duty for so many garden club members and friends and thanks a lot…Many thanks to Izzy WEST who is just the best…Jennifer WALTERS keeping busy with Little River Chamber of Commerce events…Get ready to vote in the city’s General Election on Tuesday, November 5…Sincere congratulations to Gina JOHNSON of Little River on being a big winner recently on Wheel …

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  • 7 October

    Town Talk

    BAYBORO BAPTIST CHURCH will have a special singing on Sunday, Oct. 6, at 11 a.m…BAYBORO BAPTIST CHURCH will hold a revival on Sunday, Oct. 6, – Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 7:30 p.m. nightly…FATHER’S CUP OVERFLOW CHURCH will hold its 2nd Annual Fish and Grits Festival on Saturday, Oct. 5, at 10 a.m…Wanda DINGLES, Kiyerin (Kiki) BUTLER, Cierra DAVIS, Demonte WALLACE and DaJuan BELLAMY doing great job making customers happy at Hardee’s of Loris…Jordyn NORRIS and Deborah VEREEN are both celebrating their birthdays on Saturday, Oct. 5..Kelsey Lynn TEDDER and Taylor LEE are both looking forward to their birthdays on Sunday, …

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  • 7 October

    The Little Lions take on Aynor Blue Jackets

    The Loris Recreation football season began on Saturday, Sept. 28, at 10:15 a.m. with the Little Lions roaring onto the field to take on the Aynor Blue Jackets.  The Little Lions cheerleaders are on the sidelines with pom poms in hand, sporting their uniforms and cheering for the team as the crowd gathered to watch the game. The recreation teams began with the Little Lions, 7-8 year olds, taking the field and the cheerleaders primary concern was to roar up the crowd at the 10:15 a.m. game.  When the field was cleared at 11:30 a.m. the 9-12 year olds football …

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  • 7 October

    Panthers defeat Lions

    The Loris Varsity Football welcomed the Carolina Forest Panthers to Loris this past Friday night. The 10th ranked Panthers were more than the Lions could handle. Photos by School Bell Studio:  Brad France-Kelly Loris quarterback Gage Connor (#12) hands the football off to running back Quan Soles (#30) who runs off the right side of the line for a nice gain. Panthers built up a 21-0 score in the first quarter and held on to win the non-conference game by a final score of 49-6. The Loris Lions will host the Lake City Panthers this Friday night in an important …

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