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February 15, 2014 12:00 AM

Editorial | Myrtle Beach needs to try harder before deciding to close Whispering Pines

Ron Andrews’ assessment of Whispering Pines is refreshingly candid -- and perhaps surprising in these times when the tendency is to seek rather than accept responsibility. The Myrtle Beach assistant city manager said of the operating losses at the city-owned and operated golf course: “I think it’s our management. I think we haven’t managed it very well.’’

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