Details for MISSING DOG He has been missing for 2 weeks now.
MISSING DOG He has been missing for 2 weeks now. Black and White Great Dane. Last seen June 2nd on Hwy 66 near Hwy 905 near Conway. Every time someone has tried to approach him he has run off into the woods and we have not been able to find him again. We are asking if anyone sees him to please not approach him just to keep an eye on him and call us so that we can try to lure him in. He is not aggressive at all but has been lost for 2 weeks and is scared and probably hungry! Call 910-644-7312.
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Horry County Council and cities in Horry County have been at odds in recent weeks over whether or not municipalities should keep part of the hospitality tax that used to go to the county. A previous agreement between Horry County cities and Horry County that ended in 2017 gave the county half of the 3 percent accommodations tax and 2 percent hospitality fee funds collected in the cities. But for the past two years, the county has continued to collect half the funds. The county had pledged $25 million from these funds to help pay for I-73.