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Elderberry syrup is natural remedy for cold or the flu

Last week we introduced Christina Booth, (Chrissie) owner of Carolina Natural Affairs LLC, who creates the elderberry syrup and distributes it to local retail stores in Loris. Information of the benefits of daily use of the elderberry syrup for those who are suffering from a cold or the flu using the elderberry syrup lessens the effects and symptoms. Other confirmed ailments elderberry syrup benefit are those afflicted with lowering the LDL cholesterol, Antiviral such as the flu, a virus, Epstein Barr Virus, Cytomegalovirus and Herpes Virus (cold sores). The elderberry is one of the highest in vitamin A which helps …

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Welcome SHAGGERS to Mid-Winter SOS… Greg DRUMMOND such an interesting gentleman to talk with and his visits are always welcomed… Ginny COOPER such a pleasant and helpful retired lady who is a great big asset to the community in so many ways…Delores THOMPSON making sure North Myrtle Beach Area Historical Museum is always ready as she welcomes people to it under the direction of executive director Cathy ALTMAN… Rusty HELM making a hunting trip to Canada recently and bagging an eight-point deer… Edith Ann PHILLIPS going the extra mile to always help those when in need…Mike MAHANEY cranking out some …

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Ebony Garden Club Gain Rewards

The Ebony Garden Club in Loris was established in 1963. They are not as well known as the Loris Garden Club, but they do their due diligence in helping make their neighborhoods a prettier place to live. Melvina Lewis is the current president of the club. She has many great ideas and plans for 2019 in helping to bring in speakers and professionals to meet with the garden club. Club members are Mayola Williams, Clara Vareen, Hattie Best, Melzetta Gore, Lutie Floyd, Brenda Brigman, Ruby Melvin, Carol Covington and Veda Nichols, with charter members Mary Swenton and Barbara Stephens. Williams …

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Friday Night Fire Destroys Store at Barefoot Landing

The fire at Barefoot Landing occurred on Friday, Dec. 21, and firefighters were dispatched at 11:30 p.m. When fire crews arrived on the scene, the two-story building was already fully involved, winds were intense, and firefighters worked hard and successfully to ensure that the fire did not spread to other structures in Barefoot Landing. This was a three alarm fire and involved firefighters from North Myrtle Beach, Horry County, Myrtle Beach and Calabash. Overall there were 10 apparatus on the scene and two medic units working. Although structurally the Barefoot General Store at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach is …

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NMB HS Girls Volleyball Team is the Class 4A State Champions

Bottom row, left to right, are Kirby Gore, Anna Rabon, Jordan Berger, Gabrielle Fleming and Brooklyn Wisely. Second row, left to right, are Sydney Bellamy, Delaney Fullum, Janya Livingston, Kaitlin Downey, Jenna Berger, Jennings Hall and Olivia Gore. Back row, left to right, are Joe Quigley, Head Coach Alex Sing, Kaydee Runion, Kayla Henley, Raegan Matney, Assistant Coach Eva Irwin and Principal Trevor Strawderman.

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Toby Talks About His Dog Attack

Felipe “Toby” Mendoza was enjoying a warm day of outdoor fun with his sister and his friends on Sunday, Oct. 21, when Rocky, the neighbor’s pit bull, attacked him. Toby shared his experience at first referring to the dog by its name, Rocky, when describing how they have played in the past, but once he began describing the events after the first bite, he referred to it as “the dog”. Toby detailed the events from the beginning saying, “My friend got into some trouble and had to go inside the house, so I waited for him to come back out.” …

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