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Alma Jean Mintz

Alma Jean Mintz, 87, of Little River went to dance with the angels on Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. One of five children, she was born on May 22, 1932, in Narrows, Va. to the late Robert Lucas and Virgie Spicer Lucas.  She was a wife, mother and homemaker for most of her life.  She was a member of Providence Primitive Baptist Church. She is survived by her beloved husband, Wiliford C. Mintz of 66 years; son, Wiliford Mintz Jr. (Lisa) of Inman; three daughters, Susan Leonard (O.C) of Homosassa, Fla., Jeannie Turner (Robert) of Little River and Winnie Norris (Ralph) …

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North Myrtle Beach Republican Club

The guest speaker September 12th at the North Myrtle Beach Republican meeting is Danny Knight, executive director of the Solid Waste Authority. Many of you may know that prior to coming to work at the Solid Waste Authority, he held the position of Horry County Administrator for ten years. In total he has worked for Horry County 31 years and held a variety of positions to include, Public Works Director and Assistant County Administrator. What you may not know is that he began his professional career as a middle/high school teacher and taught in the Horry County Schools system for …

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At the 2019 South Carolina Association of Countywide Elected Executives

At the 2019 South Carolina Association of Countywide Elected Executives (SCACEE) Conference, South Carolina Representative William Bailey of Little River was the guest speaker. Pictured, left to right, are Horry County Auditor and SCACEE President, Dr. M. Lois Eargle; Horry County Council Chairman, Johnny Gardner, special guest and opening speaker; and Horry County Treasurer Angie Jones, newly elected SCACEE board member.

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Program helps veterans

The Little River Elks have partnered again with the United Methodist Church Armed Services Assistance Program (ASAP). This program provides about $110 worth of food monthly to needy veterans in Horry County. Currently, there are from 52 to 63 veterans that participate in this food distribution program. It takes about $480 to support one veteran for one year. This vital program is essential to these veterans who can barely sustain themselves from month to month. The Little River Elks have a strong veterans support group to assist those veterans to have a better quality of life. The Elks motto is …

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Chocolate Chip performs free concert

Chocolate Chip performs free concert The public is invited to enjoy a free concert featuring Chocolate Chip on Thursday, Aug. 29, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Horseshoe on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach. Concert-goers can expect an incredible show of Top 40 hits. Patrons and concert-goers are encouraged to bring their beach chairs. The free concert is part of the North Myrtle Beach Parks and Recreation Department’s Music on Main summer concert series sponsored by Coastal Carolina National Bank (CCNB).

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Candidates file for office

Three candidates have signed to run in the Nov. 5, 2019, general election on Friday, Aug. 23. Councilman Lewis Hardee, Mayor Todd Harrelson and newcomer Veda Nichols visited the Loris City Hall, fi led the proper paperwork and paid the fees. Filing ends at 12 noon on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019. Lewis Hardee files to run for his seat on the Loris City Council. Newcomer Veda Nichols filed for the open seat on City Council. Todd Harrelson files to run for mayor of Loris as city clerk/treasurer Kenya Wright waits for his signature

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Councilman Thomas announces re-election plans

By Angie Krall Hank Thomas is very happy to announce that he will seek re-election to the North Myrtle Beach City Council. “I am honored to have the opportunity to continue to serve our community.” said Thomas In announcing his re-election, Thomas said, “I will continue to participate in public service with a primary goal: to make North Myrtle Beach a better place to live, work and enjoy. In my 10 years of service, my approach has been to listen to the concerns of our residents and consistently work hard to provide solid leadership. Together, we have accomplished much; but …

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David Hatley of NMB

Recently Oakboro, N.C., honored their heroes. This came about as a promotion spearheaded by Renee Poplin with the Oakboro Fire Department honoring the men from Oakboro who fought in World War II. Sgt. Wilson Hatley served in the United States Army Air Force as a crew chief on the B-24 bomber. His plane was named Frankie Ferocious. They flew 98 missions during World War II. His son, David Hatley of North Myrtle Beach, was in Oakboro recently and had his picture taken near his father’s banner in the town.

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Marilee Toomey

Marilee Toomey, 77, of North Myrtle Beach, died on Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019, at MUSC in Charleston, S.C. Born on May 10, 1942, in Franklin, N.J., she was the daughter of the late Anthony and Mary Fedor Kozlowski, Mrs. Toomey was a member of Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church in North Myrtle Beach. Survivors include her husband of 53 years, William D. Toomey; son, Keith Toomey (Corinne); daughter, Kathleen Toomey Burgos; and two grandchildren, Avery and Sheamus Toomey. She was predeceased by one sister, Marge Wilson. The family received friends from 4 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, …

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Michael F. Ziegler

Funeral services for Michael F. Ziegler, 68, of Longs, were held at 12 noon on Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019 at St. Gabriel Church, 9925 Johnnycake Ridge Road, Concord Township. Family and friends were asked to meet at the church. Mr. Ziegler passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019, at his residence in South Carolina. Born on June 20, 1951, in Cleveland, he had lived in Madison and Mentor before moving to South Carolina. Mike attended Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania, was well loved by everyone, had a great big heart, a big smile and a “heart of gold.” He was …

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