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We hope your family is much better by now Shannon SMITH as prayers have been said for you... A great big round of applause for William BAILEY for all the...
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NMB Chiefs wrestlers finish second in Chiefs Classic

NMB Chiefs wrestlers finish second in Chiefs Classic

The North Myrtle Beach High School wrestling team hosted eight teams last Saturday for the Chiefs Classic, “Brawl on the River”, at North Myrtle Beach gym and after a long...
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Representative Bailey presents check to city

Representative Bailey presents check to city

State Representative William Bailey visited North Myrtle Beach City Hall last Friday to present a check in the amount of $1 million to Mayor Marilyn Hatley. The funds go toward...
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Kasey knew she wanted to be a teacher

Kasey knew she wanted to be a teacher

By Meg Williams: Kasey Lundeen started her 7th year teaching in 2019 and is a second grade teacher at Waterway Elementary School. Originally from Hartsville, Kasey graduated from USC-Aiken in...
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Sportourism to begin

Sportourism to begin

Tom Cocke, director of the Loris Recreation Department, has paved a way for Loris to grow through sports tournaments. He has spent the last year accumulating data and information to...
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McLeod is unveiling new DAC McLeod Health Loris unveils new dialysis access center The new McLeod Health Loris Dialysis Access Center (DAC) was unveiled to staff on Thursday, Jan. 2....
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Mayor, members take oath

Mayor, members take oath

Three Loris council members and the mayor took the oath of office on Monday, Jan. 6, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. at the American Legion Hall. Continuing to serve the city...
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Chiefs teams beat visiting Conway in doubleheader

Chiefs teams beat visiting Conway in doubleheader

The North Myrtle Beach High School girls and boys basketball teams gave the visiting Conway teams a double beating last Tuesday, with the girls winning 56-4. That’s not a typo....
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AAST wins state championship

AAST wins state championship

The Academy for Arts, Science, and Technology High School’s We The People Competition Team won the State Championship on Friday Dec. 13, 2019 in Columbia. This was the teams first...
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Lynn BELLAMY doing a great job delivering Christmas gifts... Michael TOTO being “under the weather” for several days and not feeling up to par... Welcome Debbie PARKS to The Times...
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Mission of Wreaths Across America is to remember our fallen heroes

Mission of Wreaths Across America is to remember our fallen heroes

Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, volunteers attend wreath-laying ceremonies at more than 1,600 locations in all 50 U.S. states, at sea and abroad.  During this week hundreds...
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NMB City Board selects Tree of the Month for December

NMB City Board selects Tree of the Month for December

The North Myrtle Beach Tree City Board selected an oak tree located at the entrance to The Oaks at Windy Hill as its Tree of the Month for December. Mike...
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January, 2020

  • 11 January

    Chatterbox

    We hope your family is much better by now Shannon SMITH as prayers have been said for you… A great big round of applause for William BAILEY for all the great things he is doing for our area and its residents… Patsy COPE with such a beautiful voice singing at the senior center on Monday… Nancy Dare BENNETT such a very special person who is loved a lot by her friends… Cleo STEELE at home after an overnight stay in the hospital but bed rest is required for her… Get well wishes being sent to Liz PETIT and Blakeney JACKSON …

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  • 11 January

    NMB Chiefs wrestlers finish second in Chiefs Classic

    The North Myrtle Beach High School wrestling team hosted eight teams last Saturday for the Chiefs Classic, “Brawl on the River”, at North Myrtle Beach gym and after a long day finished in second place behind Carolina Forest. North Myrtle Beach, Beaufort, North Charleston, Stratford, Loris, Waccamaw, Carolina Forest and Fairfield each wrestled four duals during the tournament, where individual matches earned points for the school’s team and eventually the final team winner. North Myrtle Beach opened their competition against Loris and won easily 67-9. Results that follow will have the weight class of the wrestler following their name. NMB’s …

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  • 11 January

    Representative Bailey presents check to city

    State Representative William Bailey visited North Myrtle Beach City Hall last Friday to present a check in the amount of $1 million to Mayor Marilyn Hatley. The funds go toward the $14 million 18th Avenue North Ocean Outfall, which begins construction in fall 2020. In an accompanying letter, Representative Bailey thanked Mayor Hatley for her “selfless leadership not only for North Myrtle Beach, but the state as a whole.” Mayor Hatley commended Representative Bailey for the “wonderful job he is doing for House District 104 and all of South Carolina” and thanked him for his efforts to help fund the …

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  • 11 January

    Kasey knew she wanted to be a teacher

    By Meg Williams: Kasey Lundeen started her 7th year teaching in 2019 and is a second grade teacher at Waterway Elementary School. Originally from Hartsville, Kasey graduated from USC-Aiken in 2013 with a BA in Elementary Education and Teaching. She will graduate in May 2020 from Coastal Carolina with a masters in Language, Literacy and Culture. Married to her husband TJ For two and a half years, they are the proud owners of two dog daughters, Tiki and Betty. When asked who the most influential person was in her life, she was quick to say TJ and also say he …

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  • 11 January

    Sportourism to begin

    Tom Cocke, director of the Loris Recreation Department, has paved a way for Loris to grow through sports tournaments. He has spent the last year accumulating data and information to improve the recreation center fields and buildings and to bring in people from South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia to participate in baseball and softball tournaments. The term sportourism is the name that interim city administrator Dennis Drozdak created to promote the tournaments in Loris. Cocke has taken the initiative to collect data and has worked with city council to make tournaments in Loris a success. He stated, “We are …

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  • 11 January

    McLeod is unveiling new DAC McLeod Health Loris unveils new dialysis access center The new McLeod Health Loris Dialysis Access Center (DAC) was unveiled to staff on Thursday, Jan. 2. The new space will accommodate dialysis patients in need of medical repair of their access area where they receive their dialysis treatments. The Dialysis Access Center at McLeod Health Loris, led by vascular surgeon, Dr. David Bjerken, is the only center in the region specializing in immediate dialysis access repair, creation of new dialysis access, and preservation of existing access.  “This new center is part of McLeod Health Loris’ continued …

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  • 11 January

    Mayor, members take oath

    Three Loris council members and the mayor took the oath of office on Monday, Jan. 6, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. at the American Legion Hall. Continuing to serve the city of Loris are council members Joan Gause, Lewis Hardee and Jan Vescovi. Dennis Drozdak, interim city administrator, read the oath as each repeated it.  Hardee holding his left hand on the family Bible held by Martha Dorman, promised to uphold the position to continue to help the city and the people of the city. Gause and Vescovi held their hand on the Bible and repeated the oath. Each was grateful …

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  • 4 January

    Chiefs teams beat visiting Conway in doubleheader

    The North Myrtle Beach High School girls and boys basketball teams gave the visiting Conway teams a double beating last Tuesday, with the girls winning 56-4. That’s not a typo. Then the boys team put on a defensive show with a 55-31 victory. The Lady Chiefs opened the scoring when Riley Vincent swished a three-point shot soon after the game started. A short time later, following a turnover, Jenna Berger scored with an assist from Jordan Berger, and Jenna scored another layup following a steal. Vincent hit another basket from the right side, Jordan Berger rebounded a missed shot up …

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