- Coroner's office identifies four people killed in Saturday wreck
- Four dead, two injured in Saturday morning crash in Myrtle Beach
- Conway mourns man who offered waves, smiles and kindness
- Judge sides with Myrtle Beach in city-county court fight over campground land
- Hybrid school schedule next week, elementary students back five days Feb. 8
- Getting from here to there in Horry County could often be a muddy experience
- Bones from a human male found in Socastee
- Did you know I went to Mars last summer?
- Around the Lake: Family should be allowed to honor daughter in military
- Cpl. Melton 'Fox' Gore gets a new chief in heaven
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S.C. Sen. Luke Rankin, R-District 33, said South Carolina had received about 632,000 doses of the vaccine as of this past Monday, but has only administered 281,277. Doing the math, that means about 350,000 doses are waiting to go in the arms of citizens in South Carolina. Sen. Rankin is recommending that the state use the S.C. National Guard to help administer vaccines. Is this a good idea?