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Columbia trial lawyers convene in New Orleans

Outstanding trial lawyers and judges assembled in New Orleans for the first annual convention of the Southeastern Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (SEABOTA). The 146 members were from the SC Chapter of ABOTA including J. More...

Former Navy engineer and EMT celebrates Father’s Day every day

Joe Canterbury is a former Navy engineer who was once woken up at 2 am to help get Navy Seals on the beach in the Persian Gulf War. Now he is a stay More...

Kay Day promotes Killing Earl

Rebecca Day pleaded with her author/poet mother to write More...

Business

Tennis courts long–time coming

In March 2002, Jeff Price of Jeff Price Tennis Ski & Skate on Devine Street wrote Mayor Coble and all the members of city council. His ideas were valid, but none was taken: More...

Star Profile Monteith designs Columbia

The people who claim to know it all are a major annoyance to those who do. More...

Jones named Executive of the Year

The SC Society of Association Executives (SCSAE) recognized Joe Jones III, as Executive of the Year at the annual More...

Society

DAR members tour Columbia Museum of Art

DAR members have ties to women being recognized at the Columbia Museum of Art

Since some of the women whose portraits are part of the current Celebrating American Women exhibition at Columbia Museum of Art have ties to the Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR members decided to tour the show together. More...

Miss Hall and Mr. Granger exchange vows June 11, 2005

Mary Elizabeth Hall and Matthew Sean Granger were married June 11, 2005, in Memorial Chapel at Fort Jackson. Dr. Nick Ballew performed the double More...

Three Colonial Dames XVII Century Chapters meet together

On Thursday, 16 June 2005, 11:30 am, three Colonial Dames XVII Century Chapters met together at Musgrove Mill Revolutionary Battle Site outside of Clinton, SC. More...

Events

Events Calendar

June 17

17 Great men in our community will be honored at Bible Way Church of Atlas Road during the Richland County Pioneers Award Program: More...

Travel

E komo mai Hawai’i

(welcome to)

For two weeks in May More...

Under the Tuscan Spell

Part One: La dolce vita begins in Firenze

In his book, Too Much Tuscan Sun , Dario Castagno tells of an American couple who traveled to Italy More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED VEHICLES/ PUBLIC SALE The following vehicles(s) or other properly are subject to towing, repair and/or storage liens, are declared to be abandoned pursuant to Section 56-5-5810, 56-5-5636 and 29-1510 SC Law as Amended, an 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...

Master's Sales Part 1

MASTER’S SALE 04-CP-40-2426 By virtue of a decree heretofore granted in the case of Vanderbilt Mortgage and More...

Royalty arrives in Five Points

The Kudzu Queens, Columbia More...

Rosewood principal verdict upheld

On June 8, 2005, Judge Ernest Kinard issued an Order denying Richland School District One More...

On Second Thought

Waiting for a phone call

Thirty

There are many memorable events that happen when raising children like the appearance of that first tooth, and several years later, its subsequent exit, or those first wobbly, tiny yet incredibly significant steps, or when the consonants and vowels f More...

Fathers are what you perceive them to be

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It doesn More...

Monroe solves the gas shortage

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Government / Neighborhood

Reorganization commission hears from Columbians

The commission formed to investigate city government structure and possible changes met Wednesday night in City Hall. More...

Columbia City Council Session • June 15 • 10 am

Roll call City council convened for a regular session at 10 am, Wednesday, June 15, on the third floor of City Hall. Absent were council members E. W. Cromartie, Anne Sinclair, and Mayor Bob Coble. More...

Education

Dancing runs in the Spivey family

Three years ago, Debbie Spivey began a dance ministry called Moving for Christ (MFC) when she More...

Dentsville High School graduate returns to his love of 1964

Wayne McPherson in his 1964 Corvair Chevrolet Spyder More...

Republican candidate for the state’s top education office has lunch with Columbians

Karen Floyd of Spartanburg, lawyer and business executive and former judge, took time Wednesday to share education goals and campaign strategies with Columbia business leaders. More...

Sports

Scouts hike 27 miles of the Francis Asbury Trail for two days

On Memorial Day, 2005, members of Boy Scout Troop 397 from Asbury United Methodist Church hiked the Francis Asbury Trail in the Smoky Mountains. The 27 More...

Guyton wins Retired Military Golf Championship

Johnny Guyton of Columbia won the Retired Military Golf Championship June 6 at Myrtle Beach National Golf Course. Guyton last won the tournament 12 years ago. More...

Post 6 off to a fast start with CNE close behind

When the lights went out at Heathwood Hall More...

Beauty in the Backyard

What’s growing

in Columbia

The mimosa tree was introduced in the US in 1745 and has become very popular as an ornamental tree because of it More...

The Purrfect Garden

Stopping to smell the flowers

When Ferdinand and I first met, he was reluctant and shy. Our friendship grew over shared interests. We discovered a mutual love of bird watching More...

The original Mystery Plant

Botanists have plenty of heroes. One of our best known is Charles Linnaeus, the More...