- Amid heated dispute, some Horry County Council members walk out of meeting to stop peers from overturning controversial decision
- Two charged with carjacking, armed robbery
- Carolina Forest veteran saved pilot from plane that crashed off Myrtle Beach coast
- Drainage problems leave North Myrtle Beach football field a soupy mess, but Friday's playoff game will still be held there
- Small plane crashes off Myrtle Beach coast
- Austin Buck Long
- Summerville presents tough challenge for Carolina Forest in second round of playoffs
- Horry County leaders tighten restrictions in proposed animal tethering ordinance
- Man charged in connection with deadly hit-and-run on SC 707
- Myrtle Beach, DRC, CCU focusing on Main Street buildings and partnership
- Fifth annual Mythical & Medieval Fest
- Carolina Forest outlasts Lexington in dramatic win
- Veterans honored at St. James High School
- Plane Crash
- North Myrtle Beach is the lower state champions after beating Myrtle Beach
- Myrtle Beach Seahawks win sets up North Myrtle Beach rematch
- Waccamaw Indians strive for recognition in midst of annual Pauwau
- Seahawks, Green Ground, Pound Dreher in First Round
- Large crowd offers support and praise for veterans
- Carolina Forest Veterans Day service 2018
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Do you think a law concerning how animal owners tether their pets should be passed by Horry County Council?
Horry County Council is considering new restriction governing how and when animals can be placed on a tether. For example, For example, a tethered animal must be at least 6-months old. The tether must be at least 8-feet long with a swivel-type termination at both ends. Do you think a law concerning how animal owners tether their pets should be passed?