NMB High School football teams and cheerleaders introduced to fans

NMB High School football teams and cheerleaders introduced to fans

Last Thursday evening the North Myrtle Beach High School football teams, band and cheerleaders were introduced individually to fans, parents and boosters for the first time. The band marched onto...
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Clark Parker Announcing run for Auditor

Clark Parker Announcing run for Auditor

Certified public accountant Clark Parker of Myrtle Beach will officially announce on Friday, Aug. 16, his plans to run for Auditor of Horry County. To win this election,  he will...
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Ground Broke For New Haven At Little River

Ground Broke For New Haven At Little River

Atlanta-based real estate development company, Compass Living, together with the Little River Chamber of Commerce, Bourne Financial Group and SRI Management LLC, a highly personal, results-oriented management company with 25...
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Walker named varsity boys basketball coach at high school

Walker named varsity boys basketball coach at high school

Ryan Walker was recently appointed the new varsity boys basketball coach at North Myrtle Beach High School. Walker replaces Darcie Vincent who moved to Western Carolina University after one year...
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Hundreds of children lined up for school supplies

Hundreds of children lined up for school supplies

The Back to School Bash held at the Public Safety Building on Walnut Street on Saturday, was more of a success than expected.  The goal was to provide 180 children...
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Sonseekers children present

Sonseekers children present

On Sunday, Aug. 11, the children’s Christian group called the Sonseekers presented an early Christmas program at the 11 a.m. service at Dogwood Hill Baptist Church in Loris.  The Sonseekers...
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Town Talk

Town Talk

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Chatterbox

Chatterbox

Kelly DYER serving as activity director at River Park Senior Living...Congratulations and a very happy 100th birthday on Friday, August 16, to Mrs. Rose HERRING!!!Clark PARKER up in North Myrtle...
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Top Agents are named

Top Agents are named

RE/MAX Southern Shores has just announced their top listing and selling agents and teams for the month of May. These are the agents and teams who sold or listed the...
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The Tonez performs tonight at the Horseshoe.

The Tonez performs tonight at the Horseshoe.

The public is invited to enjoy a free concert featuring The Tonez on Thursday, Aug. 15 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Horseshoe on Main Street in North...
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Mega-Adoption is this weekend

Mega-Adoption is this weekend

The Grand Strand’s first-ever mega-pet-adoption event, “Furricane Party,” will take place Aug. 17-18 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. The event will feature 300...
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DSS warns public of phishing scam

DSS warns public of phishing scam

The South Carolina Department of Social Services  (DSS) recently learned of possible phishing scams in an attempt to acquire personal identifying information from individuals perceived to be recipients of federal...
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August, 2019

  • 14 August

    NMB High School football teams and cheerleaders introduced to fans

    Last Thursday evening the North Myrtle Beach High School football teams, band and cheerleaders were introduced individually to fans, parents and boosters for the first time. The band marched onto the field and played a preview of their halftime show. The varsity and junior varsity cheerleading squads performed and then the JV and varsity football teams were introduced as they walked down the stadium track. It was a unique way to introduce everyone and show how each of the groups are important to the success of the football program.

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  • 14 August

    Clark Parker Announcing run for Auditor

    Certified public accountant Clark Parker of Myrtle Beach will officially announce on Friday, Aug. 16, his plans to run for Auditor of Horry County. To win this election,  he will need to win the Republican Primary in June 2020 and the General Election in November 2020. Since this office is on a fiscal year end of June 30, he would not take over this position until July 1, 2021. “I have been in public practice since 1980. Over 40 years,  I have seen our county explode with population and growth. As I exit my accounting public practice, I look forward …

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  • 14 August

    Ground Broke For New Haven At Little River

    Atlanta-based real estate development company, Compass Living, together with the Little River Chamber of Commerce, Bourne Financial Group and SRI Management LLC, a highly personal, results-oriented management company with 25 communities throughout the Southeast, broke ground on Aug. 8 for an innovative senior living community, New Haven at Little River,  located at 2585 South Carolina Highway 179, abutting the North Carolina state line. With an anticipated grand opening in late 2020, New Haven will encompass 152 units, offering independent and assisted living, as well as memory care apartments, in an amenity-rich, resort style environment, meeting a measurable market demand for …

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  • 14 August

    Walker named varsity boys basketball coach at high school

    Ryan Walker was recently appointed the new varsity boys basketball coach at North Myrtle Beach High School. Walker replaces Darcie Vincent who moved to Western Carolina University after one year of coaching at North Myrtle Beach. I met Walker in his new office near the gym as he settles into his new position. He stated that he grew  up in a basketball family. His father played at Wake Forest and he played at Division I and II schools before beginning a coaching career. “I started coaching right out of college, first as a graduate assistant at a Division II school …

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  • 14 August

    Hundreds of children lined up for school supplies

    The Back to School Bash held at the Public Safety Building on Walnut Street on Saturday, was more of a success than expected.  The goal was to provide 180 children with a book bag filled with school supplies.  They gave out 110 book bags and 130 HTC bags filled with supplies listed on the Horry County School District website. Tonsheka Neal, Amanda Hawley-Causey, Deborah Cannon, Jenna Winborne,  Kenya Wright, Esau Johnson, Chief Gary Buley, Officer Keith Massey and Joan Griffith spent their Saturday volunteering from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Cloey and Callie Wright worked one of the stations making …

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  • 14 August

    Sonseekers children present

    On Sunday, Aug. 11, the children’s Christian group called the Sonseekers presented an early Christmas program at the 11 a.m. service at Dogwood Hill Baptist Church in Loris.  The Sonseekers presented a country bumpkin Christmas play about gathering together to celebrate traditionally with family and friends, but to also remember the true meaning of Christmas marking the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. The children danced and sang, decorated a Christmas tree andchased a turkey through the sanctuary, ending with the angel who appeared before Joseph and Mary walking down the aisle carrying baby Jesus to present to …

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  • 14 August

    Chatterbox

    Kelly DYER serving as activity director at River Park Senior Living…Congratulations and a very happy 100th birthday on Friday, August 16, to Mrs. Rose HERRING!!!Clark PARKER up in North Myrtle Beach area last weekend and stopping by to share his future political plans with news people…Get well wishes being sent to Mark SMALL from Mom Donna and a lot of friends…Special prayer button made by Kay MADDOX still being used daily…Eileen FOX and daughter Candy stopping by to say hello on a lovely Thursday afternoon…Cathy HONEYCUTT keeping a regular check on her “old” friend…Greetings to Craig HILL and Jackie ANDREWS…Lynn …

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