May 6, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Couple returns from mission to Israel

Gerry Sue and Norman Arnold traveled to Israel recently to dedicate an Acute Care Patient Room, made possible through their generous contribution to the Judy and Sidney Swartz Center for Emergency Medicine at the Hadassah Medical Center in Ein Kerem. More...

News

The joys and trials of international adoption

Many children around the world spend much or all of their childhood in orphanages or foster care. Yet the process to internationally adopt these children can be expensive, tedious, and sometimes heartbreaking. More...

Adoption advocate quests for knowledge

The seminar was sponsored by Cherished Children International Adoption Agency, where Hoppenhauer is the Chinese and Russian program coordinator. More...

Adoption agencies and services in the Midlands

ADOPTION AGENCIES AND SERVICES: The SC Department of Social Services (DSS) provides a list of licensed adoption services in SC which employ certified persons to prepare adoption investigations and/or accept relinquishments and consents from birth More...

Business

The top ten priorities for the City of Columbia #7: Hydrogen service station

For about a year, we Columbians have heard all the hullaballou and the hype over hydrogen. Elected officials and USC engineers have told us hydrogen is the wave of the future. Columbia was cited as a potential capital for hydrogen research. More...

Star Profile

Ed Sellers and Hunter Howard, CEO, SC Chamber of Commerce More...

CEO Ed Sellers accepts Habitat award for BlueCross BlueShield

Central SC Habitat for Humanity honored BlueCross BlueShield as 2005 Corporate Citizen of the Year. The reception on the Meridian roof, part of the Nelson Mullins domain, was Tuesday at 6 pm. More...

Society

Artists adds extraordinary local women to

Much Ado...A Celebration of Women

Earlier this year, artist, Toni Elkins, took on the task of creating art to represent the accomplishments of six extroardinary Columbia women. The resulting six paintings celebrate the local, yet far More...

The metamorphosis of Sheeva continues

I have bolted the doors, drawn the drapes, and made sure I have plenty of room on my answering machine for messages. Everyone at work thinks I have gone to a luxury spa along the coast for my vacation. All my friends and neighbors think so, too. More...

Miss Knaus and Mr. Harrington wed on Folly Beach, South Carolina

Joy Maria Knaus and Scott Harrington were married Saturday, March 26, 2005. The ceremony took place on the beach at the Folly Beach Nature Preserve. The bride More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Notice of Application

Notice is hereby given that La Fogata of Broad River, LLC dba La Fogata Mexican Restaurant intends to apply to the South Carolina Department of Revenue for a license/permit that will allow the sale on premises consumption of Beer, Wine and Liquor at More...

Public Notices

PUBLIC SALE NOTICE The following vehicles were ordered towed by Law Enforcement and no one has claimed these vehicles as of May 6, 2005. More...

Public Notices

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...

Adoption advocate quests for knowledge

When Denise Hoppenhauer was preparing to adopt her first child, a three More...

Northside pastor retires after 20 years

After 20 years of leadership and service, Dr. Steve Cloud will retire from the position of senior pastor at Northside Baptist Church in West Columbia at the end of May. He will serve as chairman of the Board of Vision Ventures, a non More...

On Second Thought

Thirty–something speaks

Diapers to dollars

I would personally like to thank the people at www.salary.com for putting a price tag on the stay More...

Shots in the bathroom

Jeff has been a member of the sheriff More...

It’s not a criticism, it’s an observation.

I guess dad was cool after all

It seems the gods have something against the 3 Rivers Music Festival. Friday night there was rain. The wind blew Saturday, and it was freezing Sunday. I couldn More...

Government / Neighborhood

Commission investigates restructuring city government

The Commission on Columbia City Government, chaired by former Columbia Mayor Patton Adams, met Tuesday afternoon for the third time. More...

Richland County Councili Notebook • May 3, 2005 • 6 pm

Roll Call Members present were Anthony Mizzell, Doris Corley, Joyce Dickerson, Valerie Hutchinson, Damon Jeter, Paul Livingston, Joseph McEachern, Michael Montgomery, Greg Pearce, Bernice Scott, and Kit Smith. More...

Education

Arts integration enhances educational experience

Under the guidance of teacher LaDonna Dixon, Round Top Elementary is the first elementary school in Richland School District Two to implement Art in Basic Curriculum (ABC). More...

Lower Richland High School More...

Principal for the Day

Principal Bryce Stamey (seated) proposes a four More...

Events

May 6–May 13 6

Friday

Greening the Arts Festival will be May 1 More...

Beauty in the Backyard

Stopping to smell the flowers Midwives in the garden

Horticulture has its fashion trends just like home furnishing, clothing, cosmetics, hairstyles and vehicles. My 20 More...

What’s growing

in Columbia

The rose is one of the most popular garden flowers. Roses can range in size from a minature eight inches to a tree More...

Star Garden of the Week

From the garden path or Mr. and Mrs. Walt Tyler, the bright red and pink amaryllis offer bright encouragement to springtime. Amaryllis is among the first flowers offered by Columbia More...