I read with interest your article about the dangers along the Grand Strand from rip currents and the interaction of the water safety staffs with the public. I want to take issue with the comments by Bill Bigham from Beach Services Ltd about the role of a lifeguard with a dual purpose: to guard the public and to sell services such as umbrellas and beach chairs.
After reading the recent news about two Glock pistols being stolen out of cars when the owners went into a club, I found it funny how they blamed the thefts on the fact they could not bring them inside.
My wife and I bought a manufactured home in Myrtle Beach 16 years ago. We both are in the education field, so our time off is mostly in the summer months. Back then, there was free parking in all access areas of the beach. Then, the city placed meters along the beach access areas near our house, so we started driving to areas above 31st Avenue North.
The confluence of issues inherent in the Orlando massacre involves the assassin’s head, heart and hand. Omar Mateen’s head was packed with jihadist propaganda. His heart was evidently troubled with issues of sexual and personal identity. And his hand held a gun.
Donald, don't listen to your frustrated political consultants trying to mold you into something you're not. Please, maintain that highly revealing way you are, the gift that keeps on giving. Your tweets, slips of the tongue, or “unforced errors” in sports vernacular, are keeping the focus squarely on your character, integrity and moral fiber.
Candles are lit, heads bowed and balloons released during a vigil for Zachary Malinowski and Randy M. Davis at Aynor Town Park on Sunday. Malinowski was last seen in Aynor on Aug. 25, 2013. Davis was last seen Jan. 21, 2016, on Marshland Road.
Janet Blackmon Morganjblackmon@thesunnews.com
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