Student Spotlight

Student Spotlight: Socastee High students recall sand bagging effort after Florence

Student Spotlight: ‘What’s on your plate?’ Aynor sophomore’s winning project

Student Spotlight: Seventh grader making waves for academic honors at Ocean Bay

‘Man, I love to sing:’ Aynor High sophomore has hopes to be country star

Student Spotlight: Freshman recognized for video production excellence

Student Spotlight: Socastee High students recall sand bagging effort after Florence

Student Spotlight: ‘What’s on your plate?’ Aynor sophomore’s winning project

Student Spotlight: Seventh grader making waves for academic honors at Ocean Bay

‘Man, I love to sing:’ Aynor High sophomore has hopes to be country star

Student Spotlight: Freshman recognized for video production excellence

Student Spotlight: Student takes leap of faith and edits award winning short film

Student Spotlight: Senior wins statewide photography award, beats seasoned journalists

Student Spotlight: Student brings home award for movie trailer

Student Spotlight: Student doesn’t let learning disabilities stop her from succeeding

Student Spotlight: Student faces adversity with hip injury, leading to risky senior project

Student Spotlight: Horry County student wins national art competition, expresses individuality with creativity

Student Spotlight: Students persevere to finish mascot project

Student Spotlight: NMB Student diagnosed with Fibromyalgia defies tough odds

Student Spotlight: Mother’s struggle with breast cancer inspires HS lacrosse player

Creative, positive young lady is in this week’s Student Spotlight

Florence Basketball star shines in this week’s Student Spotlight

Brains, beauty, volunteerism land a MBHS freshman in the ‘Student Spotlight’

Student Spotlight: 17-year-old looks toward success despite death of her mother

Marlboro Co. teen believes attitude is key to success

Well-rounded Marion teen makes WMBF’s ‘Student Spotlight’

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Mobile Disaster Recovery Center will make multiple stops in Horry County

Latta police returning favor by donating to Hurricane Michael victims

The Latta Police Department is paying it forward to help the victims of Hurricane Michael. Right now, the department is collecting supplies which it plans to transport to Florida Friday, October 19th.