October 1, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

News

St. Pat’s in Five Points contributes over $30,000 to charity

The Five Points Association, St. Pat More...

Five Points Association discusses Beauti–5 Project

The Five Points Association met Thursday September 23 at Saluda More...

Columbia Council of Neighborhoods meets

The Columbia Council of Neighborhoods, at its annual appreciations and awards banquet, honored the Edgewood More...

Education

Midlands, a new school year, a new start

Class is now in session at Midlands Technical College, and it won More...

Teacher passes the joy of dancing to her students

Anne Richardson More...

Sports

First year rookies take second place

Fore! Watch out golf fans. Dreher High School More...

Football

Athletes of the Week

A.C. Flora (2 More...

Coach warned of teen burnout

Mooney Player, former Lower Richland High School coach and one of the most successful coaches in SC, advised that children not start out so early in competitive sports

In recent years, psychologists and some coaches of athletic teams have become increasingly concerned about the numbers of boys and girls who become engaged in organized sports only to be voluntarily sidelined at the time when many should just be star More...

Events

Around the Town

Art McKissick Museum at USC has released its first comprehensive catalog filled with colorful photographs and text of the museum More...

Beauty in the Backyard

A dear friend revisited

During a casual conversation several years ago, I asked Lillian Quackenbush, director of the Sandlapper Singers, about the feasibility of performing a concert based exclusively on Stephen Collins Foster More...

Sleepy Hollow on the River brings spine tingling excitement

The River Alliance, Security Federal Bank, the City of West Columbia and High Voltage Theatre proudly present the second annual production of More...

Professor writes Atlanta Blues

Bob Lamb writes of his experiences as an investigative reporter in Atlanta

Author and creative writing professor Bob Lamb has been away from Atlanta a couple of decades, but his experiences there as an investigative reporter for the More...

The dogs ate my passport

Everything was on schedule for the adoption of the Collins

Andy and Cristel Owens with son Owen More...

On Second Thought

Thirty–something speaks

Thank you, Krista Classmate talks about her battle with cancer SCPA Award Winning Columnist Mike Maddock

Writer More...

What goes up must come down

It More...

Lieutenant Governor can help the old folks

I was recently in an audience of senior citizens and heard a representative of Lt. Gov. Andr More...

Business

Company brings windows of opportunity to the Midlands

Wednesday afternoon at SouthTrust Bank Mike Briggs, Central SC Alliance CEO, talks about Pella Windows More...

Accounting firm in hot SC water

KPMG

According to Wednesday More...

DAR proclaims Constitution Week

Regents from Daughters of American Revolution chapters in the Midlands met at City Hall while Mayor Bob Coble signed a proclamation marking the 217th anniversary of the drafting of the US Constitution. More...

Society

Tea Time with Linda

Tea

After our delicious lunch at The Pump Room in Bath, one of Britain More...

Miss Cate and Mr. Hesley marry at Buckeye Farms

Nilla Perry Cate and John Samuel Hesley, both of Bluffton, SC, were married September 25, 2004, at Buckeye Farms, home of the bride More...

October is breast cancer awareness month

WLTX Buddy Call 19 Program provides great service to the community

Statistics project 2,800 South Carolinians, women and men, will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. More...

Travel

Adventure Travel

Part Ten: Sambaya and Bangalan

The African Slave Trail The major players in the sometimes vicious Rio Pongo trading arena of 1789 More...

Singing Russia

I was a member of an Earthwatch Institute research team, and our task was to record the folk songs and folklore of a dying culture. These are my stories. Episode 11

The trail to Anna Mikhailevna More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Notice of Application

Notice is hereby given that Shiv of Columbia, LLC intends to apply to the South Carolina Department of Revenue for a license/permit that will allow the sale off premises consumption of Beer and Wine only at 3725 North Main St., Columbia, SC. More...

Notice of Application

Notice is hereby given that Tina More...

CITY OF COLUMBIA POLICE DEPARTMENT (BICYCLES)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BICYCLES LISTED BEING UNCLAIMED /FOUND PROPERTY WILL BE DISPOSED OF PURSUANT TO SOUTH CAROLINA CODE OF LAWS AFTER THIRTY DAYS OF FIRST PUBLICATION. More...