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The September 23, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Open carry law not causing problems so far, How a mule became a living history farm’s award-winning attraction, Police want new program to support merchants, etc.

Recent e-Editions

The September 16, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes 9/11 changed this Horry County firefighter, but not his calling, County approves bonuses for county workers, debates using COVID relief funds for S.C. 90 widening, McDonald’s dreams come true, etc.

The September 2, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Public hearing on McLeod Health campus is Tuesday, COVID forces Conway High to close doors, Horry County Schools: 6,800 students in quarantine, Rural development raises red flags, etc.

The August 19, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Horry County approves plan to limit development along S.C. 90, County buying land for Carolina Forest government complex, Conway suspends several charges temporarily, etc.

The August 12, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Candidates already filing for Conway City Council, Residents hope audit leads to lower cost for street lights, County road maintenance program faces uncertain future, etc.

The July 29, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes State approves three hospital projects, Slider puts his bat where his mouth is, Harold Worley faces uphill fight to change the way Horry County council members are elected, etc.

The July 22, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes 'Anything for the cowboy': Incentives help western wear retailer expand in Loris, CCU President, Conway Mayor don’t want fence in the middle of S.C. 544, City employees may get $1,500 bonuses due to COVID pandemic, No masks require…

The July 15, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes County leaders look to slow development along S.C. 90, Young man longs for a safe neighborhood, County council OKs flood ordinance, new building regulations, County votes to charge impact fees, etc.

The July 8, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway Country Club settlement picking up speed, Neighbors, Horry County leaders opposed to traffic plan for S.C. 544 area near CCU, DHEC continuing with virtual food safety inspections as restaurants return to full capacity, etc.

The July 1, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway’s river project moving ahead, Riverfest, Eight new medical residents come to Conway Medical Center, With party facing ethics fines, current and former Horry County GOP officials questioning why, etc.

The June 24, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway hopes to avoid state’s control of trees, Carolina Forest High grad vying to become top Elvis tribute artist, New planning director rooted in Horry County, More work coming to Main Street Bridge, School district moving forwar…

The June 17, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes County council approves tax hike for public safety services, Marine receives home as he begins new life on Grand Strand, Jean Timbes: She knows when it’s time to go, etc.

The June 10, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes School district plans to hire nearly 100 teachers with pandemic relief money, Conway Council delays vote on closing downtown alley, Horry County schools removing plexiglass from classrooms beginning this summer, etc.

The June 3, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes CCU foundation sues large land donor, blocking Waties Island preservation, County council raising taxes to boost public safety services, CMC, county close to finalizing deal for Carolina Forest hospital, etc.

Recent e-Editions

The May 27, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes 'He's a good man': Aynor man found not guilty in shooting death of teenager, County mulling new building regulations, Cathy Floyd: She just did what God wanted her to do, etc.

The May 20, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Horry County Council denies rezoning request for 21,000-seat amphitheater, Bounty beware: Why solutions to Horry County's beaver problems aren't simple, City planning to beautify Downtown Conway, etc.

The May 13, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes County talks tax increase, Keep the memory alive: Police memorial ceremony, City proposes added fees for upcoming FY21-22 budget, Horry County releases amount spent on lawyers in past three years, Large crowd ‘Feels the teal’ during…

The May 6, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes City Council disagrees on tree ordinance changes, Residents voice opinions on new development, Rather than debate attorney fees, Horry County Council abruptly shuts down meeting, etc.

The April 29, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes ‘Leaning on each other’: Horry County family looks ahead after beloved mother is murdered, Bank of America on Main Street closing after almost 70 years, Horry County Council could bote on a development agreement for Conway Medical…

The April 22, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway native hopes to convert Downtown Conway building to short-term rental facility, Former North Myrtle Beach student awarded $850K after brain injury from football game, How HCS hopes to spend $55 million in CARES Act money, C…

The April 15, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Serving veterans here, 84,000-square-foot Myrtle Beach VA Outpatient Clinic opens, Wellons to take District 8 school board seat, SCDOT working on three road, intersection projects, etc.

The April 8, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Horry County Council revives impact fee talks, Horry County nature preserve highlighted in national conservation tour, New S.C. Department of Natural Resources office opens in Aynor, Conway’s mask mandate ends, Conway police train …

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