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Locals reported seeing a dolphin swimming several miles above Conway, South Carolina on the Waccamaw this week, a freshwater, black river that stretches from the Atlantic Ocean into North Carolina. David Covington of Conway captured the video posted here on Wednesday, when he spotted the mammal swimming north of the Wild Horse subdivision off Highway 90 near Gray Oaks Drive.
Opinion by Audrey Hudson, editor County council finally hit its stride and found an issue upon which they can all agree — Myrtle Beach has lost its mind if they think spending taxpayer dollars will be decided behind closed doors after a nondisclosure agreement is signed. It’s a ludicrous proposal the coastal city has put forth, insisting talks be secret
International Drive will be closed Monday for a controlled burn to reduce flammable fuels that could spark a forest fire, the state Natural Resources Department said in a statement. The March 18th closure at both entrances along S.C. 90 and at Ocean Bay Elementary School will begin after 8 a.m. The closure will be enforced by police, and reopened Monday
Opinion by Audrey Hudson, editor There’s no denying Johnny Gardner’s term as county council chairman got off to a rocky start at the beginning of the year. The question now is, can Gardner rise above what has quickly become a nasty political sideshow and lead the council? We think he will, and urge him to move forward quickly to avoid
Republican U.S. Rep. Tom Rice will host several public events this week including one in Horry County. Rice will meet with constituents Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Shorty’s Grill on 4115 Meeting Street in Loris. The events give the congressman and voters an opportunity to discuss legislation before Congress and other current events, said a statement from