Varsity basketball, wrestling teams to begin their seasons

Varsity basketball, wrestling teams to begin their seasons

The North Myrtle Beach High School boys and girls varsity basketball teams begin their 2019-20 regular season this week. The Chiefs teams have two away, non-conference matchups, with visits to...
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GSF Trojans play for state championship

GSF Trojans play for state championship

The Green Sea Floyds Trojans have made history moving up through the ranks to the state championship game to be held on Friday, Dec. 6, at Benedict College in Columbia....
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CHATTERBOX

CHATTERBOX

Great rendition of “Happy Birthday” being sung by Charlene LYNAM???Hats off to Susie WATSON, SANTA’S ANGELS, Regatta COMMITTEE and ALL who helped with the 35th Annual Intracoastal Christmas REGATTA featuring...
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North Myrtle Beach City Council has busy meeting

North Myrtle Beach City Council has busy meeting

Prior to the December 2 meeting, City Council met in a 6:45 p.m. executive session to consider a potential contract between the city and Beam and Associates. Council took no...
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The 35th Intracoastal Christmas Regatta parades down waterway

The 35th Intracoastal Christmas Regatta parades down waterway

The 35th annual Intracoastal Christmas Regatta had a record 35 boats parading by thousands of spectators last Saturday evening from the Little River Inlet to Dock Holidays Marina in North...
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The Rotary Club of Little River

The Rotary Club of Little River

The Rotary Club of Little River sponsors an Interact Club at North Myrtle Beach Christian School. The Interact students have their own community service objectives and also support many of...
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Tree City Board presents Tree of Month Award

Tree City Board presents Tree of Month Award

The North Myrtle Beach Tree City Board has selected a Live Oak on the property of Rayford and Karen Vereen for its Tree of the Month Award for November. On...
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The Coastal Shag Club is announcing the cruise winner

The Coastal Shag Club is announcing the cruise winner

The Coastal Shag Club is announcing the cruise winner as Judith “Judy” Hardee of a raffle for a five day cruise for two. She departs on her balcony cruise on...
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Program grows to support children

Program grows to support children

The Annual Christmas Angels Project is underway at North Myrtle Beach High School. This program is in the 15th year. It involves students at North Myrtle Beach High School in...
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Plenty of funny stories abound

Plenty of funny stories abound

By Meg Williams: Brianna Spake Webb began her teaching career at Waterway Elementary three years ago where she teaches kindergarten. Originally from Spartanburg, Brianna graduated from Anderson University earning a...
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Town Talk

Town Talk

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The City Of Loris Decorating

The City Of Loris Decorating

The city of Loris and Loris Florist were working hard Tuesday to decorate the Christmas tree located in the Courtyard on Main. April Sims and Debra Norris of Loris Florist...
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December, 2019

  • 6 December

    Varsity basketball, wrestling teams to begin their seasons

    The North Myrtle Beach High School boys and girls varsity basketball teams begin their 2019-20 regular season this week. The Chiefs teams have two away, non-conference matchups, with visits to Carolina Forest on Tuesday evening and then a trip to Loris High School gym on Friday. The teams return home next week for three home dates beginning Monday against West Brunswick. The Chiefs wrestling team began their matches on Tuesday at Loris High School.

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  • 6 December

    GSF Trojans play for state championship

    The Green Sea Floyds Trojans have made history moving up through the ranks to the state championship game to be held on Friday, Dec. 6, at Benedict College in Columbia. With goals realized and the biggest dream is only a few days away; reaching the state championship game is a goal shared throughout the state. Only ten teams make it each year. The GSF Trojans go against Ridge Spring-Monetta Trojans this coming Friday night with a kick-off beginning at 8 p.m. Join the cheerleaders as they rev up the crowd and cheer for the GSF Trojans for the big game. …

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  • 6 December

    CHATTERBOX

    Great rendition of “Happy Birthday” being sung by Charlene LYNAM???Hats off to Susie WATSON, SANTA’S ANGELS, Regatta COMMITTEE and ALL who helped with the 35th Annual Intracoastal Christmas REGATTA featuring 35 decorated boats held last Saturday floating down the waterway from Little River to North Myrtle Beach!!!Grandsons RUBEN and REEVES making Grandma Polly’s special day so much more special…Margie DOWLING and her mother, Mrs. Vera TIPTON, enjoying an awesome Thanksgiving this year with Margie’s son John and his family visiting them in Alabama…Norfleet JONES sharing delicious pecan and chocolate homemade pies…Jean McLAUGHLIN in Las Vegas celebrating her daughter’s birthday and …

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  • 6 December

    North Myrtle Beach City Council has busy meeting

    Prior to the December 2 meeting, City Council met in a 6:45 p.m. executive session to consider a potential contract between the city and Beam and Associates. Council took no action. City Councilmen J.O. Baldwin, Fred Coyne and Hank Thomas, all successful in their reelection bids during the City’s November 5 general election, took their oaths of office to serve new four-year terms on City Council. Fred Coyne Hank Thomas Mayor Marilyn Hatley issued a proclamation declaring December 6, Arbor Day in North Myrtle Beach. In 1872, J. Sterling Morton proposed to the Nebraska Board of Agriculture that a special …

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  • 6 December

    The 35th Intracoastal Christmas Regatta parades down waterway

    The 35th annual Intracoastal Christmas Regatta had a record 35 boats parading by thousands of spectators last Saturday evening from the Little River Inlet to Dock Holidays Marina in North Myrtle Beach. After a mild Saturday punctuated by the Clemson-South Carolina football game early in the day, fans, residents and visitors gathered at marinas, restaurants, boat ramps or wherever they could get a good view of the colorful boats decorated for the Christmas season. As the boats passed by, the appreciative crowds cheered and hooted as boats big and small tried to outdo each other with lights, Santas and a …

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  • 6 December

    The Rotary Club of Little River

    The Rotary Club of Little River sponsors an Interact Club at North Myrtle Beach Christian School. The Interact students have their own community service objectives and also support many of the activities of the Rotary Club.  The officers were recently recognized at a Rotary meeting and received their officer pins.  Pictured left to right are Annabelle Taylor, president; Mackenzie Nance, vice president;  Donna Levinski, Rotary Youth Service Director; Jordan Mabry, secretary;  Reaghan Wiltbank, treasurer, and Angela Mabry, Interact Advisor.

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  • 6 December

    Tree City Board presents Tree of Month Award

    The North Myrtle Beach Tree City Board has selected a Live Oak on the property of Rayford and Karen Vereen for its Tree of the Month Award for November. On Jan. 1, 1970, the Vereens set up residence on a one-acre lot off the beaten path between 11th and 8th Avenues North and between Merrill Place and Hillside Drive. Their house, which is constructed of recycled brick from a warehouse in Fairmont, N.C., is positioned to save a grove of Live Oaks, including the November Tree of the Month. The tree is a focal point of their beautiful yard. The …

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  • 6 December

    The Coastal Shag Club is announcing the cruise winner

    The Coastal Shag Club is announcing the cruise winner as Judith “Judy” Hardee of a raffle for a five day cruise for two. She departs on her balcony cruise on the Carnival Sunshine out of Charleston in January. The Charity Raffle was sponsored by the Coastal Shag Club based in Calabash, N.C., and all proceeds go to a West Brunswick County High School student studying dance and Uplink. Rip Tide Radio Host Ray Scott, a Hall of Fame winner, presented the cruise tickets at All About Travel in North Myrtle Beach. At left front are Ray Scott, Judith Hardee, Dean …

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