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Dr. J. Ralph Byington, Coastal Carolina University's Executive Vice President and Provost, has resigned, according to Caroline Rohr, external communications coordinator with CCU.

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Katie Smith, theater teacher at Conway High School, said that attending the “All Out May 1” rally in Columbia on Wednesday with fellow teachers was inspirational.

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Forestbrook Elementary third grade teacher Alicia Rife came full circle today, as FES opened their time capsule that included items she placed herself, as a third grader.  

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Coastal Carolina University’s Office of Intercultural and Inclusion Services will present a public screening of a short film called Brave Girl Rising on Wednesday, a follow-up to the inspirational 2013 film, Girl Rising.

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Conway High School will present a Chicken Bog Fundraiser on Tuesday at 4 p.m., followed by the CHS A Capella Choir’s Songs for the Soul sacred concert at the CHS Auditorium at 6:30 p.m.

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On Saturday, March 16, cadets from Carolina Forest High School’s Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Program (NJROTC) competed in local area SeaPerch Competition hosted by McDowell High School, in Marion, North Carolina.

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It happens every 13 minutes in the United States. Almost four times as many men as women do it. It’s the second leading cause of death among people between 10 and 34 years old.

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Friends of the Carolina Forest Library are offering two $1,000 scholarships to seniors at Carolina Forest High School or the Academy for the Arts, Science and Technology who live in Carolina Forest.

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Horry County Schools and the City of Conway are working to move closer to an agreement on what to do about tennis courts in the area, this time discussing locating new courts at Collins Park instead of Conway Recreation Center.

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Coastal Carolina University student and New York native C.J. McDermott has a busy summer ahead – including competing in the Miss South Carolina pageant, in the National Baton Twirling Competition and in the International Baton Twirling Federation Grand Prix competition in Limoges, France.

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Conway resident and 2018 Coastal Carolina University graduate Hannah Hamelman will be using a prestigious scholarship she just received to further her studies in Russian and Georgian culture to possibly one day serve as a U.S. diplomat.

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Marion Haynes, public education specialist for the Horry County Museum, and Conway City Administrator Adam Emrick joined Whittemore Park Middle School Principal Quintina Livingston as Principals for the Day on Tuesday.

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Chloe Stampfle, a ninth-grader at the Academy of Arts, Science and Technology, was inspired by her 12-year-old autistic brother when suggesting that the AAST Students in Action chapter raise money for SOS Healthcare’s Oak Tree Farm Project.

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Academy of Arts, Sciences and Technology senior Brandon Panepinto said his time on the school’s CyberPatriot team has given him real world experience and an amazing chance to learn about networking and cybersecurity as a career.

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Heidi Dickerson was on the floor of her classroom trying to fix a chair when Principal Michael McCracken came in with other staff members to let her know she had been named Aynor High School’s Teacher of the Year.

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An attorney representing the Horry County School District collaborated with a builder to craft bidding standards for a $220 million project that the builder ultimately secured, according to public records. That communication and the entire construction program for the district's five newest …

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The State Law Enforcement Division is investigating what led the Horry County School District to spend more than $200 million building five energy-efficient schools, according to public records.

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Results of a recent mold re-testing by Palmetto EHS were sent to Saint James Elementary School parents tonight, after a recent retesting of two areas in the school where mold spores were found to be amplified.