November 12, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

News

FitPrime earns title of One of Best Workouts

Healthy. Strong. Radiant. And that More...

Humans more destructive than nuclear disasters

The October meeting of The Greater Piedmont Chapter of The Explorers Club found members abuzz with stories of recent and ongoing adventures. More...

Beauti-5 underway! Can you dig it?

Bulldozers, backhoes, and barricades More...

Business

Business Briefs

Commentary by John Temple Ligon There will always be an England More...

SC Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve honors three businesses

Three Columbia businesses were honored this past week for patriotism above and beyond the call of duty. More...

Education

Teacher helps students find the relationship between science and religion

St. Joseph Catholic School was started 47 years ago in an effort to provide a strong Catholic educational foundation for students in kindergarten More...

Sports

Athletes of the Week

The No. 1 ranked Highlanders, Columbia More...

Tennis ties family together

Dave Fosnacht, 13, incorporates tennis into his fitness regime. More...

Longcreek men’s tennis team —undefeated

The fall season of SC USTA tennis swings forward, and explosive energy radiates from the men More...

Travel

Adventure Travel

Part 15: Sanya Pauli, an American moves in

The African Slave Trail The British Sierra Leone Company moved out of Freeport (now called Sanya Pauli) in 1802, but the village did not die. More...

Two Columbians represent USA at UNESCO conference in Lithuania

Dr. Jim Fisher and Dr. Warner M. Mont-gomery presented papers at a UNESCO Inter-national Scientific Conference in Vilnius, Lithuania, October 21 More...

Coaches choose Lower Richland to claim AAAA crown

The Lower Richland Diamond Hornets boy More...

Caughman Road students win 12 photography awards

Caughman Road Elementary School students won 12 awards in the Richland District One Visual Literacy Photography Contest. Honorable mention winners were Phyllis McPheeters More...

On Second Thought

SCPA Award–Winning Columnist Mike Maddock Thirty–something speaks We appreciate the men and women who have served and who are serving our country

I don More...

Provide for the homeless, and they will come

Enough is enough! The Other Paper is pushing Columbia City Council to take care of the homeless. (Note: City Council has no money. They use taxpayers More...

Gone in 15 seconds

Judith spends most of the morning shopping at the mall. She stops at the food court for a light lunch, then shops some more. More...

Government / Neighborhood

Columbia City Council meetings • November 3 & 10 • 6 pm & 9am

Regular meeting 6 pm, Wednesday, November 3

Roll call City council met November 3, Wednesday, for its regular meeting at 6 pm. All council members were present: Tameika Isaac Devine, Hamilton Osborne, E. W. Cromartie, Mayor Bob Coble, Anne Sinclair, Sam Davis, and Daniel Rickenmann. More...

Richland County Council meeting • November 9 • 6 pm

Roll Call Bernice Scott, Joan Brady, Susan Brill, Paul Livingston, Joseph McEachern, Anthony Mizzell, Greg Pearce, Kit Smith, Thelma Tillis, and James Tuten. Doris Corley was absent. More...

Columbia City Council

Mayor of Columbia Bob Coble More...

Society

Are ethics a thing of the past?

This porcelain Chinese teapot is in the British Museum. More...

Tea – a time to put aside the worries of the day and focus on that which is pleasant.

London has some of the greatest museums in the world. They are all free but gladly accept donations. More...

A quiet Kiwanian is honored for his efforts

Walt Langford was presented the Kiwanian of the Year More...

Beauty in the Backyard

The original mystery plant

Each week The Columbia Star features an explanation and picture of a More...