Really, pudding wrestling, on the front page, no less. Might not have been so offensive if the two ladies engaged in the event were not so apparently exposed. Was that really all that was worthy of reporting on that day from bikers' week?
I was fortunate to be on the recent Honor Flight to Washington D.C. Kelli Jayroe and Stacey Kosiek, both of the Lakes of Litchfield, did a wonderful job. Bill Krzyle, Walter and Angela Kollet all did a magnificent job. I’m sure there were many more people involved in the planning, but these individuals I met personally.
Heroin and prescription drug abuse is tearing families apart throughout South Carolina and across America. From 2013-2014 alone, the Palmetto State saw a 118 percent rise in opioid-related deaths. In 2015, the Florence County Sheriff’s Office seized 3,339 percent more heroin than in 2012.
I was dumbfounded by the proposed parking fee for beach access. I own a non-rental vacation home in Myrtle Beach. My wife and I are handicapped and use beach parking access. I object to only full-time residents of Myrtle Beach being granted parking decals. I pay higher taxes than full-time residents, yet put less stress on city services.
On May 2 I lost an Eastern Orthodox religious medal in the parking lot of the North Myrtle Beach Wal-mart. I've gone to pawn shops, filed a police report and have placed a classified ad, but to no avail. It's the size of a quarter and was given to me 40 years ago by my mother.