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When a relative introduced Jim Bowdre to the funeral business at a young age, he found he enjoyed the profession, and decided to pursue his interest by attended embalming school.  In addition to receiving a degree in mortuary science, he also graduated from Virginia Tech on a full-ride academic scholarship, and earned his master’s degree …

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The thought of insurance and the act of procuring it, whether it’s life, health, or home, rarely engenders much enthusiasm.  Instead it generally conjures up a range of emotions that range from befuddlement to abject dread.  So it’s refreshing to learn that local businessman Chuck Fitzpatrick, with his small, independently owned, family run business, the …

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Introduce me to your family.  We are the William’s family.  It’s myself and my wife T, and we have two children; our daughter Lia, who is seven-years-old, and our son Tray, who is six-years-old.  Where are all the places you came from? Where do you live now? Denver, North Carolina, just outside of Charlotte.  I’m …

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The Myrtle Beach Air Force Base Through The 20th Century Part II Last month’s history column highlighted the role that the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base played throughout part of the 20th century.  This month, we’ll explore its role in history in greater detail.  During World War II, the United States Air Force was not …

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Artificial Sweeteners – Part II Do we know what the ingredients of artificial sweeteners are? The report by Dr. Edward Group, founder of Global Healing Center based in Houston TX written September 30, 2013, gives us a clear definition of aspartame.  He writes: “The chemical aspartame is made from the waste product of E. coli …

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Oh boy, September is finally here.  That makes me excited for several reasons.  First, it means I won’t be so cold.  Yes, you read that right— cold.  When it’s hot outside, the air conditioning at the Insider office reaches arctic temperatures.  Now that we are having cooler days, it shouldn’t be turned on so high.  …

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Friday, September 27 – Sunday, September 29 by Melissa LaScaleia This is the 44th year that the annual Atalaya Arts and Crafts Festival has graced our coastal communities at Huntington Beach State Park in Murrells Inlet.    The festival will consist of over one hundred artists displaying their crafts for sale and for view in …

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We Do It All; We Get It Done By Melissa LaScaleia Jerribob’s Mail, Print, & Design Center originally began over thirty years ago, strictly as a shipping facility.  Jerri and Bob Bradford started the business in 1989, and over the years it evolved into a print and design center as well.  After they retired in …

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Jim and Ashley Closed My Deal! by Melissa LaScaleia Feldman & Melton Law Offices serve the clientele of the Grand Strand with offices in Myrtle Beach and in Conway.  The primary focus of the firm is real estate transactions; they also handle wills and simple estates, as well as LLC and corporation formations.  “I grew …

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Promote, Protect and Improve the Grand Strand by Melissa LaScaleia The Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce is over eighty years old.  It is comprised of two parts— a Chamber of Commerce, and a Convention and Visitor’s Bureau— both of which offer a wellspring of resources to the community.  The chamber side helps support the local …

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