Conservation Stewardship Program sign up is underway

Conservation Stewardship Program sign up is underway

Farmers interested in enrolling in the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) this year have until May 10 to submit initial paperwork to their local Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) office. The...
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Easter Bunny visits nature park

Easter Bunny visits nature park

The Easter Bunny hopped around the Loris Nature Park on Sunday, April 14, at 2 p.m. as the Loris Chamber of Commerce hosted the Easter Egg Hunt. Each year on...
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The NMB National Honor Society Made Easter Baskets

The NMB National Honor Society Made Easter Baskets

The North Myrtle Beach High School National Honor Society made 90 Easter baskets for needy children this Easter. The National Honor Society is a service-based honor society for students who...
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TOWNTALK

TOWNTALK

The LORIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE held their annual Easter Egg Hunt this past Sunday with lots of children having fun...RUSSELL’S SUPER SERVICE works hard all day to keep everyone’s vehcles...
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Nature trail is open at park

Nature trail is open at park

The new 2.5-mile McLeod Health Seacoast Nature Trail at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex is open for your enjoyment. A ribbon cutting ceremony held on Tuesday, April...
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Easter Message Endures

Easter Message Endures

Once again, as the glorious Easter season unfolds its beauty and splendor, let us rejoice...and let us pause to reaffirm in heart and mind, that message of renewal and rebirth...
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CHATTERBOX

CHATTERBOX

Happy Easter to EVERYONE and be safe... Vicki and Rex KEIBLER making surprise visit to North Myrtle Beach last Friday to attend special event and visit friends over the weekend......
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KAB Kids Junior Garden Club Winners at State Youth Symposium

KAB Kids Junior Garden Club Winners at State Youth Symposium

By Sharon Robinson Three Riverside Elementary School members of the Driftwood Keep America Beautiful (KAB) Kids Junior Garden Club received awards from the Garden Club of South Carolina (GSCS) at the...
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Monday at the Masters tournament attracts big names

Monday at the Masters tournament attracts big names

Who would believe what began with a few friends in Columbia would have grown into an annual event that attracts a lot of big names in sports and entertainment? This...
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Ordinance Creates Overlay District for Activity Centers

Ordinance Creates Overlay District for Activity Centers

Prior to the April 15 North Myrtle Beach City Council meeting, Council members met in executive session for a legal briefing regarding Code of Laws of South Carolina, Section 57-9-10....
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Controlled land clearing fire jumped fire break

Controlled land clearing fire jumped fire break

The Loris Fire Department received an alert for a large brush fire in the area of Loris High School. At the same time Loris Fire Department also had another alert...
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Loris recreation baseball season will begin today

Loris recreation baseball season will begin today

The Loris recreation department is holding Baseball Opening Day on Thursday, April 4. The opening ceremony begins at 5:30 p.m. and games begin at 6 p.m. On Monday, April 1,...
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April, 2019

  • 18 April

    TOWNTALK

    The LORIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE held their annual Easter Egg Hunt this past Sunday with lots of children having fun…RUSSELL’S SUPER SERVICE works hard all day to keep everyone’s vehcles up and running so they can keep traveling down the road… Megan BELL is having her birthday on Saturday, April 20…Ashley SUGGS is looking forward to her birthday on Sunday, April 21…Brooke STRICKLAND is enjoying her birthday on Monday, April 22…Nichole AUVIL is turning a year older on Tuesday, April 23…Maegan MILLIGAN, Christy McDONALD, Heather GABLEHOUSE and Shawna Renee BERRY are all celebrating their birthdays on Wednesday, April 24…Emmy Grey …

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  • 18 April

    Nature trail is open at park

    The new 2.5-mile McLeod Health Seacoast Nature Trail at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex is open for your enjoyment. A ribbon cutting ceremony held on Tuesday, April 16, officially opened the trail. The trail features native vegetation and interesting wildlife. Users will see a variety of birds and animals and lush vegetation, including Longleaf pines. Mile markers posted along the trail help users track their distance and location. “Walking and hiking paths are essential to all cities, and North Myrtle Beach will continue to preserve and maintain these opportunities and open areas for our residents and visitors …

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  • 18 April

    Easter Message Endures

    Once again, as the glorious Easter season unfolds its beauty and splendor, let us rejoice…and let us pause to reaffirm in heart and mind, that message of renewal and rebirth which the day commemorates.  Let it also be, for each of us, a time of reflection and resolve, that we may cherish the joyful spirit of Easter keeping it alive and radiant throughout the year. “In the end of the Sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week, came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the sepulchure. “And behold, there was a great …

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  • 18 April

    CHATTERBOX

    Happy Easter to EVERYONE and be safe… Vicki and Rex KEIBLER making surprise visit to North Myrtle Beach last Friday to attend special event and visit friends over the weekend… Delores THOMPSON checking on her longtime friend and sending greetings… Dad RANDALL so very happy that son Connor DENNIS is spending this week at the beach so they can get in some trouble??? Joann STRICKLAND such a lovely lade with beautiful hair… Ginger WELDON so very intelligent about so many subjects… Chester SMITHWICK doing much better now after having two broken hips recently… EVERYONE is invited to attend the Earth …

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  • 18 April

    KAB Kids Junior Garden Club Winners at State Youth Symposium

    By Sharon Robinson Three Riverside Elementary School members of the Driftwood Keep America Beautiful (KAB) Kids Junior Garden Club received awards from the Garden Club of South Carolina (GSCS) at the 2019 State Youth Symposium held on April 6 at the Riverbanks Zoo in Columbia.  Yvette Otero, a fifth grader, won first place for her poster of Smokey Bear “Only You Can Prevent Wildfires”. Eva Campman, a fourth grader, won honorable mention in the same category.  In the Woodsy Owl “Lend a Hand, Care for the Land” poster competition, Kh’ Mya Watts, a fourth grader, won second Place. Driftwood’s president, Sandy Barker, …

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  • 18 April

    Monday at the Masters tournament attracts big names

    Who would believe what began with a few friends in Columbia would have grown into an annual event that attracts a lot of big names in sports and entertainment? This year‘s event was the 25th celebrity Pro-Am golf tournament. Since 1994 when it all began it has changed the venue several times until they came to North Myrtle Beach. Hootie and the Blowfish, Monday after the Masters is a fundraiser for several charities. The proceeds are used to strengthen schools and improve educational resources for the South Carolina children and South Carolina Junior Golf Foundation providing scholarships to young students …

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  • 18 April

    Ordinance Creates Overlay District for Activity Centers

    Prior to the April 15 North Myrtle Beach City Council meeting, Council members met in executive session for a legal briefing regarding Code of Laws of South Carolina, Section 57-9-10. Council took no action. During the April 15 meeting, Mayor Marilyn Hatley presented a Proclamation naming April 2019 as National Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Month. She called on citizens to dedicate themselves to the task of improving quality of life for all children and families. Mayor Hatley said abuse and neglect affect about 679,000 American children annually. It is a serious problem affecting every segment of any community, and …

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  • 4 April

    Controlled land clearing fire jumped fire break

    The Loris Fire Department received an alert for a large brush fire in the area of Loris High School. At the same time Loris Fire Department also had another alert for a large brush fire on Highway 45 in the Live Oak Community. The Loris Fire Department, Horry County Fire Rescue, Cherry Hill Fire Department, Goretown Fire Department, Mt. Vernon Fire Department and South Carolina Forestry Commission responded to Heritage Road to find a permitted controlled land clearing fire that jumped its fire break. Fire crews protected area buildings and extinguished hot spots while South Carolina Forestry Commission established a …

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