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2010 Census winding down

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U.S. Census workers say they have wrapped up the largest of their required operations and are now moving in a quality control process that is expected to last through September. More>>

Thousands of players flock to NMB basketball tourney

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Thousands of basketball players are flocking to North Myrtle Beach to take part in the United States Basketball Association's 2010 National Championship Tournament. More>>

Forum discusses oil spill effects on Grand Strand

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An open forum was held in the Grand Strand on Thursday night to discuss the potential effects the Gulf oil spill could have on South Carolina's beaches. More>>

Scorching temps affect county firefighters

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Recent high temperatures in the Grand Strand mean Horry County firefighters are following a specific policy to keep them safe. More>>

FMU freshman class sets new records

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Francis Marion University's freshman class is a record setting group students.  They are the largest incoming class the university has had in a decade. More>>

Victim: Suspect used plastic knife in attempted armed robbery

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A Murrells Inlet man was arrested after he demanded money at an ATM using a plastic knife, according to the Georgetown County Sheriff's Office. More>>

Summer family golf vacation

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If you are planning to hit the links this summer, you may want to check out Myrtle Beach National's golf family vacation. More>>

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  • Georgetown Bulldogs Pigskin Preview

    Georgetown Bulldogs Pigskin Preview

    Saturday, August 1 2015 11:58 PM EDT2015-08-02 03:58:39 GMT
    Saturday, August 1 2015 11:58 PM EDT2015-08-02 03:58:39 GMT
    GEORGETOWN BULLDOGSLast Season: 8-42015 Schedule:8/21, vs. Conway9/4, at Andrews9/11, at Waccamaw9/18, vs. Carvers Bay9/25, at Loris10/2, at St. James10/9, vs. North Myrtle Beach10/16, vs. Lake City10/30, vs. WilsonMore >>
    GEORGETOWN BULLDOGSLast Season: 8-42015 Schedule:8/21, vs. Conway9/4, at Andrews9/11, at Waccamaw9/18, vs. Carvers Bay9/25, at Loris10/2, at St. James10/9, vs. North Myrtle Beach10/16, vs. Lake City10/30, vs. WilsonMore >>
  • Monday after the Masters helps rehabilitate wounded 9/11 veterans

    Monday after the Masters helps rehabilitate wounded 9/11 veterans

    Tuesday, April 14 2015 12:20 AM EDT2015-04-14 04:20:12 GMT
    Tuesday, April 14 2015 7:51 AM EDT2015-04-14 11:51:22 GMT
     There is a new tie to Monday after the Masters this year, by way of the Salute Military golf association. According to Captain Matt Anderson, eight SMGA certified service member golfers made the trek to Barefoot resort with their custom fit Taylor-made clubs in tow.


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     There is a new tie to Monday after the Masters this year, by way of the Salute Military golf association. According to Captain Matt Anderson, eight SMGA certified service member golfers made the trek to Barefoot resort with their custom fit Taylor-made clubs in tow.



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  • Myrtle Beach Pelicans turn tragedy into triumph with annual educational scholarship

    Myrtle Beach Pelicans turn tragedy into triumph with annual educational scholarship

    Sunday, April 12 2015 11:49 PM EDT2015-04-13 03:49:48 GMT
    Monday, April 13 2015 12:02 AM EDT2015-04-13 04:02:15 GMT
    Recently, the Myrtle Beach Pelicans organization has been on the forefront in the fight against cancer. In 2014, the ball club rolled out its “strike out cancer” series in an effort to help raise cancer awareness. But their efforts didn't start there. Back In 2008, 66 year old Bruce Dal Canton, the team's pitching coach lost his fight with esophageal cancer. But it was his love of teaching that helped team officials create the Bruce Dal Canton Scholarship.More >>
    Recently, the Myrtle Beach Pelicans organization has been on the forefront in the fight against cancer. In 2014, the ball club rolled out its “strike out cancer” series in an effort to help raise cancer awareness. But their efforts didn't start there. Back In 2008, 66 year old Bruce Dal Canton, the team's pitching coach lost his fight with esophageal cancer. But it was his love of teaching that helped team officials create the Bruce Dal Canton Scholarship.More >>


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