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April 4, 2013 5:23 PM

Editorial | If it Ain’t Broke...

Socastee High School teacher Robert Chandler carries first and last names that mean “bright with glory” and “candlemaker,” appropriate for somebody who’s become doggedly determined to shine a light into dark places. Horry County Board of Education members might be forgiven for believing that the name actually means “thorn in the side.”

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