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Loris marching band seeks new uniforms - Jun 22, 2017
The Loris High School Marching Band recently made an executive decision to sell the old Loris High School Marching Band uniforms...

 

Fox is on a role of a lifetime - Jun 22, 2017
There is no doubt Cora Bella Fox is the next up-and-coming star of Loris. Although she is only eight years young, her talent and abilities on and off the screen and stage are truly remarkable...

 

Queens competing in Columbia - Jun 22, 2017
Miss Loris Bog-Off Festival Nyjah Asbury and Miss Loris Bog-Off Festival Teen Deegan Hudson are in Famously Hot Columbia this week competing...

 

North Myrtle Beach students applied Palmetto State - Jun 22, 2017
Several students applied for Palmetto Girls and Boys State through their North Myrtle Beach High School...

 

LHWH wins National Healthcare Advertising Awards - Jun 22, 2017
LHWH Advertising & Public Relations in Myrtle Beach has won two Aster Awards for excellence in healthcare advertising...

 

City Council changes parking fee amount - Jun 22, 2017
Prior to their June 19 meeting, North Myrtle Beach City Council members held a 6:30 p.m. executive session to discuss a potential property acquisition. No action was taken...

 

Dixie Chicken Fishing Tournament and the Flounder Frenzie - Jun 6, 2017
Ron McManus of North Myrtle Beach was the founder of the Dixie Chicken Fishing Tournament and the Flounder Frenzie.

 

Large crowd attends Memorial Day ceremony - Jun 2, 2017
A Veterans Day Remembrance was held at the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex on Monday to remember our fallen. Several hundred residents attended to pay their respects.

 

Glory Ride 2017 was a time of Christian fellowship - Jun 2, 2017
We had a great day on May 20. A group of men and women gathered at Wampee Baptist Church for Glory Ride 2017.

 

Sea turtle rescue season begins - Jun 2, 2017
On May 19 the first sea turtle nest of the 2017 season was spotted on the beach near 13th Avenue North by a city sanitation worker.

 

Police Chief Webster to retire - Jun 2, 2017
Police Chief Phil Webster will retire from the city of North Myrtle Beach after 25 years of service to the city.


 


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