April 1, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Five Points hangout doubles as art gallery

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News

Time–honored Scottish traditions new again during Tartan Fest 2005

Keeping alive the traditions brought to SC by Scottish settlers and the subsequent contributions they have made is cause for family celebration each year during Tartan Fest. More...

Explorers Enjoy annual dinner at Waldorf Astoria

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Premiere of

Corridor of Shame video to get no red carpet treatment

No red carpet will be rolled out for the premiere of the new video, More...

Business

Columbia women contractors convene

The Columbia chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) held its board meeting Tuesday in the offices of Mashburn Construction on Sumter Street. More...

Business Briefs

Talking trash Waste Management, which has an office in Lugoff and an impressive customer base in the Midlands, handles roughly half the nation More...

USC business incubator companies soon to move

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Society

Dublin dubs Columbia’s Wild Irish Band most spirited in St. Pat’s Parade

Wild Irish Band members hardly had time to dry out their reeds and put away their instrument cases following their Irish tour and appearance in Dublin More...

Bridges heads State Office of Aging

On Wednesday, March 23, Jean Bridges was introduced on the floor of the Senate by Nikki Setzler, her home district senator in West Columbia. More...

Obituaries

Paul Tisdale IRMO A service for Paul Rolland Tisdale, 57, was held March 26, at Lake Murray Presbyterian Church, with burial in Quaker Cemetery, Camden, SC. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. More...

Events

Around the Town

Art Columbia College Senior Art Exhibit, entitled Spaces Between More...

Travel

Photo

Part Three: Vilnius, founded 1323 Lithuania, a new democracy, a new friend

I landed in Vilnius with my friend, Dr. Jim Fisher. Our mission was to speak at the 2004 UNESCO conference at the Law University of Lithuania. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Notice of Application

Notice is hereby given that Corner Pantry#139 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 3117 Beltline Blvd., Columbia, SC . More...

Public Notices

NOTICE OF LIEN SALE In accordance with the provisions of South Carolina State Law, there being due and unpaid charges for which the undersigned is entitled to satisfy an owner’s lien of the goods h More...

Notice to Creditors

N OTICE TO CREDITORS OF ESTATES All persons having claims against the following estates are required to deliver or mail their claims to the indicated Personal Representa-tives, appointed to administer these estates, and to file their clai More...

A new day at Epworth

Business leader Bill Sellers was thinking back to Epworth meals that nourished his childhood growth, as he marveled at the contrasting new 9,300 square foot dining hall. More...

State’s female leadership welcomes carrier of Yellow Umbrella

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Slithering snakes at SC State Museum

Find out the facts and fiction about snakes and learn how the Congaree River played an integral part of operating the Columbia Duck Mill in an afternoon of activities April 2 at the SC State Museum. The programs are held in conjunction with More...

On Second Thought

City council should establish price and wage controls

Columbia City Council has for years controlled taxi fares in the city. Taxi drivers are private businessmen and women, yet the price they can charge for their labor is controlled by the seven council members. More...

The public speaks

Imagine

Imagine a world where April 15 is just another spring day. In this new world there would be no income taxes and no Internal Revenue Service. Instead, there would be a national sales tax on everything you buy. More...

We should deregulate education, the last public monopoly

The debate about school choice is the conflict of ideas about the best way to allocate limited financial resources for a socially desirable result. More...

Education

For officer Rodney Bayne, RNE is best of both worlds

Rodney Bayne, RNE School Resource Officer and the Richland County Sheriff’s Department School Resource Officer of the Year, in the one place he rarely gets to be: alone in his office. More...

Oyster roast helps support Midlands’ students

The Third Annual Oyster Roast & Beaufort Stew to benefit Communities In Schools of the Midlands (CIS More...

Richland One announces Editorial Cartoon Contest winners

Each year, as a part of the Visual Literacy Festival, Richland One holds an Editorial Cartoon Contest. More...

Sports

Dreher’s Brittany James named MVP

Dreher High School senior athlete Brittany James More...

Palmetto Cup Soccer Tourney hosts 16 strong teams

Brookland-Cayce and Airport High Schools are sites for the 13th Annual Palmetto Cup Soccer Tournament being played through Saturday. The tournament started Wednesday and features some top echelon boys More...

South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame

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Beauty in the Backyard

What’s growing in Columbia

SC Native Plant Society Symposium comes to Riverbanks

Want to learn how to create a landscape or enhance your garden with native plants? Then plan to attend the SC Native Plant Society Symposium April 22 More...

Calling all weekend gardeners and domestic divas

Do azaleas, pansies and petunias get you excited? You More...

Carolina Yards & Neighborhoods program set for April 2

The Carolina Yards & Neighborhoods program is scheduled for April 2 from 10 More...