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Conway's Rakim Bellam looks for a way past Wando defenders. After a hard fought battle until the last minutes of play, Conway High School lost to Wando 29-36 at home on Friday night Aug. 26, 2016. Comment?
We are a mere two weeks away from one of the most fun and unique beer fests in the area: The 2nd Annual Extreme Beer Fest, put on by Atlas Tap House in downtown Myrtle beach. It may not come as a shock that Atlas Tap House just might be my favorite bar on the beach. Comment?
Doris Pearce of Mount Pleasant, a retired Navy commander who spent 21 years in the Nurse Corps, including time in the Vietnam War, will speak during "Angels of the Battlefield: The Unsung Heroes," a free symposium at 7 p.m. Thursday at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum in Mount Pleasant, on the USS Yorktown former aircraft carrier. Linda Caldwell of Aiken, pictured in her help extended not only to soldiers, but children, from her tenure as an Army nurse in 1967-68 in the Vietnam War, will speak at "Angels of the Battlefield: The Unsung Heroes," a free symposium at 7 p.m. Thursday at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum in Mount Pleasant, aboard the USS Yorktown former aircraft carrier. Comment?
Standing on Battery Isaac Huger - named after a Revolutionary War patriot and the first U.S. marshal from South Carolina - at Fort Sumter National Monument, Sarah Martin, a ranger with the National Park Service, explains to an entourage some tidbits about the Civil War's origins. Fort Sumter National Monument has changed so much since the mid-1800s, but this site remains a memorial to everyone who fought and died there, on this island in Charleston Harbor, reached through Fort Sumter Tours, departing from two spots: next to the S.C. Aquarium in Charleston and Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant. Comment?
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