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Cartwheel Bay Heritage Preserve near Green Sea adds vital acres for conservation, recreation

The preserve, a popular local spot for recreational activities located just outside of Green Sea, recently added over 400 acres that will provide vital benefits to both the habitat and to public access for outdoor enthusiasts.

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NMB Rescue Squad continuing to help save lives in the local community for close to 70 years

It’s safe to say North Myrtle Beach would be a much different place without one group of volunteer first responders, who have made it their mission for nearly 70 years to provide life-saving medical attention to everyone in the city and its surrounding areas.

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Loris Lady Lions soccer team continuing to lay the foundation for future success

The Loris Lady Lions varsity soccer team has made huge strides in a short period of time. After going winless over the course of the last six seasons, they won their first game in more than half a decade last Tuesday night as they dismantled Georgetown by a score of 3-0.

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Local races see several challengers, many running unopposed in upcoming primaries

After the close of the filing period for candidates, Horry County voters now know who will be on the ballot when primaries come around in a few months. Several local races will see challenges to the incumbents who currently hold office, mostly on the Horry County Council and Board of Education.

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Keep Horry County Beautiful receives grant to support local litter reduction programs, looking for area park adoption partners

A major grant of nearly $10,000 was awarded to Keep Horry County Beautiful to aid in their litter prevention and community outreach programs, as well as help fund infrastructure projects that make improvements to the county’s facilities throughout the year.

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Buck Creek Watershed in Longs getting federal funding for critical flood study

The Buck Creek Watershed, a major drainage basin for the entire county located in Longs, received more than a million dollars in federal funding last week in order to study flooding that has historically been a consistent problem for surrounding residents, including in 2018 after Hurricane Florence.

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