Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Veteran grateful for honor flight

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.

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Congress moving on drug abuse bills

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.

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Writer believes that parking should be given to all owners

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.

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Writer asks for help finding lost momento

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.

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The No. 1-seeded Coastal Carolina baseball team edged No. 8 Radford, 7-5, Tuesday night in Lexington. Coach Gary Gilmore and several players reflected on the win.
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