May 13, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Congratulations MATHCOUNTS team competes at nationals

The SC MATHCOUNTS team placed 16th out of 57 teams at the nationals in Detroit, MI and tied SC More...

Blythewood resident wins Miss Charleston Teen USA title

On April 16, 2005, Grace Edwards Spears, won the title of Miss Charleston Teen USA 2005 More...

News

Providence Heart Institute nurses named best in Southeast

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Columbia Adult Day Care celebrates 20th anniversary

Twenty years ago, Tammie Quarles opened Columbia Adult Day Care, a center that provides nursing care and supervision to senior adults Monday through Friday from 7 am to 6 pm. More...

Optimists golf against cancer

Members of the Optimist Club of St. Andrews present a flyer announcing their 20th annual golf tournament May 23 at the Lexington Country Club. More...

Business

The top ten priorities for the City of Columbia #8: Start running around town in hydrogen fuel–cell powered cars

In the first week of January, 2005, a list of priorities for the City of Columbia, ten items to target for the coming year, was published in More...

Mortgage Survey

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Business Briefs

by John Temple Ligon

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Society

2005 graduate celebrates new beginnings

Sarah Ann Van Zant (l) and her mother Sharon Van Zant with Chase Parrish (r) and her mother, Sherry Parrish More...

Allen University honors McCuen

Allen University President Dr. Charles E. Young presented Sam E. McCuen the Presidential Award for Distinguished Civic Service at the university More...

The metamorphosis of Sheeva continues

Review of last week: Sheeva has secretly had cosmetic surgery. She has told no one. Everyone thinks she is at a Health Spa for her vacation. More...

Events

Around the Town

May 13

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Travel

Lithuania, a new democracy, a new friend Part Six: Stalin World

Our first stop after paying our entrance fee of $2.50 each was the Russian Caf More...

Beauty in the Backyard

What’s growing in Columbia

Star Garden of the Week

Honeysuckle vine are some of the most hardy garden additions. They tolerate the SC heat very well and add a lovely fragrance. The attract butterflies and hummingbirds throughout the summers. There are many ways to grow honeysuckle. More...

The Carolina Children’s Garden Stopping to smell the flowers

For the past eight years, families have been discovering the Carolina Children More...

The original Mystery Plant

Each week The Columbia Star features an explanation and picture of a mystery plant given by Dr. John Nelson, curator of the USC Herbarium. To learn more about the Herbarium, call Nelson at 777-8196. More...

Heathwood homeowner tears house down

For the past year Jeannie Lindler and her family have run the gamut of a city More...

Photographs found at Arsenal Hill tell story

This weekend Dr. Tom Johnson will return to Arsenal Hill where he made the find of his career. Johnson served as field archivist and associate director of the South Caroliniana Library until his retirement several years ago. More...

Government / Neighborhood

John Temple Ligon’s City Notebook

Columbia City Council session

Roll call City council convened for its work session Wednesday, May 11, at 9 am. All council members were present: Tameika Isaac Devine, Hamilton Osborne, E. W. Cromartie, Mayor Bob Coble, Anne Sinclair, Sam Davis, and Daniel Rickenmann. More...

Columbia City Council session • May 4 • 4 pm

Roll call City council met in City Hall at 4 pm Wednesday, May 4, for a work session. Council member Hamilton Osborne was absent, and all other council members were present: Tameika Isaac Devine, E. W. More...

Education

Crayton students sell stars for cancer research

Crayton Middle School students, Patrick Bradley (foreground), Katie Yeago, Noelle Hammond, and Destiny Nicholson place More...

Congratulations

SC Association of School Administrators Principals More...

Students excel in history

National History Day in SC is an educational program that encourages students to study history and expand their knowledge. The program begins at the school level, grades six through 12, and progresses to six regional contests across the state. More...

Sports

Falcons win another AAA tennis championship

Falcon Yuri Veytskin awaits serve from Myrtle Beach’s Andrew Lee in AAA Championship Tennis match. More...

Spotted on the links

Dave Pinkham joins his wife and friends in the Hole in One Club when he aced number nine at the Columbia Country Club this month. More...

Congratulations

Students honored at the Spartanburg Methodist College Spring Athletic Awards ceremonies

Several Columbia area athletes were recognized during Spring Athletic Awards ceremonies, April 28 at Camak Auditorium on the campus of Spartanburg Methodist College. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

NOTICE In compliance with the Public Inspection Requirement for a Private Charitable Founda-tion, and as required for the filing of I.R.S. Form 990-PF, The Dade Foundation of whom, Malcolm G. Dade, Jr. More...

Columbia, South CarolinaApril 21, 2005SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF FILING OF More...

Notice of Application

Notice is hereby given that Herman Randall 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 442 Percival Rd., Columbia, SC 29206. More...