May 27, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Rain doesn’t stop guests from attending pedestrian bridge dedication ceremony

Sally Marshall, Jimmy Chou, Allen Marshall, and Miles Hadley attend the dedication ceremony of the pedestrian bridge in Memorial Park. More...

The mayor worked for DeLoach.

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Hammond student cast to play Missi Pyle

Ashton Lunceford has been cast to play the Missi Pyle role as a 16 More...

News

Candy McMenamin wins Saucy Recipe Contest

Consumers across the East Coast were recently asked to More...

RNE students dance and sing the summer away

For most Richland School District Two students, May 28 is the first week of summer vacation. For the 13 students in the Palmetto Center for the Arts More...

Shepherd’s Center of Columbia holds Summer Session

The Shepherd More...

Education

Teacher changes face of education around the globe

E.L. Wright Middle School More...

My Favorite Teacher

The Columbia Star donated a story about More...

Southeast Middle School receives Exemplary Writing Program Award

Southeast Middle School is one of 20 SC schools named as winners of the 2005 Exemplary Writing Program Awards. More...

Society

Miss Moore and Mr. Housman exchange vows at Kiawah Island

Meredith Rawl Moore and Gary Keith Housman of Jupiter, Florida, were married April 23, 2005, at The Sanctuary on Kiawah Island, South Carolina. The 6 pm ceremony, performed by the Rev. John E. More...

Miss Adams and Mr. Bruner marry in First Presbyterian Church

Martha Austin Adams and James Collin Bruner of Knoxville, Tennessee, were married Saturday, May 21, 2005, at First Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Randall T. Ruble performed the 6 pm ceremony. More...

Board members of the Columbia Museum of Art speak about leaders for the arts

Mrs. Susan F. Boyd, Mrs. Mary Rainey Belser, members of the Board of Trustees of the Columbia Museum of Art and Dr. Sally D. More...

Travel

Lithuania, a new democracy, a new friend

Part Eight: Voting in Lithuania

Lithuania is a new democratic republic. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

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...

Public Notices

NOTICE of Unclaimed Vehicles/ Public Sale More...

Public Notices

Notice of Application Notice is hereby given that SNS Investments Inc. More...

Memorial Park

...a place to remember South Carolinians who served our country

The dedication of the pedestrian bridge in Memorial Park last week was an opportunity for many attending the ceremony to see how the park has developed in recent months. More...

The positive effects of Col. DeLoach’s work will live on in this city after we are gone. — Mayor Bob Coble

The ceremony dedicating the new pedestrian bridge in Memorial Park gave city leaders a chance to thank those who contributed to the project, from conceptual drawings to final details. More...

Bridge Builder

The lump in his throat did not prevent Col. J. W. DeLoach More...

Heathwood student heads to Hollywood

Heathwood Hall student Erica Richardson has been selected as a winner in the 13th annual nationwide Blank Theatre Company Young Playwrights Competition & Festival in California. Richardson More...

On Second Thought

The public speaks

Your article portrays geocachers in the wrong light More...

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

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Thirty–something speaks

Potty Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Toddler

In a galaxy far, far away some parents may have figured out potty training. They may enlist the help of a feminine android with an English accent or an 800 More...

Government / Neighborhood

Columbia City Council Session • May 25 • 9 am

Roll call City council convened at 9 am, Wednesday, May 25, for its work session. All council members were present: Tameika Isaac Devine, Hamilton Osborne, E. W. Cromartie, Mayor Bob Coble, Anne Sinclair, Sam Davis, and Daniel Rickenmann. More...

Business

Business Briefs

by John Temple Ligon

Charlotte gains in culinary expertise and labor Johnson & Wales University, the culinary school based in Rhode Island, is leaving its Charleston campus for Charlotte in 2006 after its last four More...

Star Profile

By John Temple Ligon James C. Leventis was born in Columbia and graduated from Dreher High School. After earning his BS at USC, he graduated in law with a JD degree. He is past president of the USC Alumni Association. More...

Columbia’s 10 priorities for 2005 No. 10: Main Street buildings’ ground levels need retail

By John Temple Ligon At the NW corner of Main and Gervais there is a park, an open space with a few trees, some shrubs, and several benches. Directly across Gervais Street from the State House and its four More...

Sports

Heathwood Hall coach receives awards

Heathwood Hall More...

Cardinal Newman may be expanding its athletic accommodations

While most high schools in the Columbia area have some room to grow such as the new fields at Hammond School and Heathwood Hall, Cardinal Newman High School is landlocked. More...

Thomas Cooper Library exhibits the history of tennis

The current exhibition at USC More...

Events

Events Calendar

May 20-27

Plan ahead Church/charity The 57th Annual Bazaar of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral More...

Beauty in the Backyard

What’s growing

in Columbia

Amaryllis is a genus of South African bulbous plants that bear large, lilylike flowers that belongs to the Amaryllidaceae family. The only true species is the belladonna lily, A. belladonna, which is native to South Africa. More...

Star Garden of the Week

Jan Horvack, second vice president of the Newcomer More...

Stopping to smell the flowers

Carolyn

Gardeners are attracted to Carolyn More...