July 8, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

News

Army lieutenant gives ultimatum

Lt. Dwight Cathcart II, son of Heyward Cathcart of Columbia, was recently involved in an event in Iraq that shows what an unconventional war we are involved in. He challenged a village chief in order to complete his mission. More...

Howard Dean didn’t make it

Democrat National Committee Chairman Howard Dean couldn More...

Fast Forward helps woman create book

When members of the Floyd family gathered for their reunion last weekend, they got to see a book that has been years in the making. More...

Society

Afternoon Music Club concludes “We Remember”

For the fourth and final of More...

Women in Philanthropy assist community

Women in Philanthropy is committed to investing in programs that address the root causes of community problems. This year, WIP investors identified the lack of community More...

Mimosa Garden Club meets

The May meeting of the Mimosa Garden Club was the annual salad and dessert luncheon which was held May 24, 2005, at the home of Marilyn Smith. The hostesses were Marilyn Smith, Christine Lind,and Nita Montgomery. More...

Travel

Kauai’s

Na Pali Coast E komo mai (welcome to) Hawai

While Hawai More...

Under the Tuscan Spell

Part Five: Pointe Vecchio, bridge to the past

Linda and I turned the corner and there it was More...

Coronation of a king in SC

Extra

Graceful gowns and colorful headdresses. Drumbeats and staccato tongues. Pungent chicken and steaming rice. Sweaty, shiny black skin. Heat and humidity hiding in the shade of ancient trees. A stew of sensations that could only be an African village. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

SUMMONS IN THE PROBATE COURT

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF RICHLAND IN THE MATTER OF ABftlE M. ROSEBOROUGH More...

Public Notices

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE THE FOLLOWING VEHICLE(S) OR OTHER PROPERTY ARE SUBJECT TO TOWING, REPAIRS AND/OR STORAGE LIENS, ARE DECLARED TO BE ABANDONED PURSUANT TO SECTION 56 5 5810, 56 5 5635 AND 29 15 10 SC LAW AS AMENDED, AND ARE IN THE More...

NOTICE 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 claims on Form #371PC with the Probate Court of More...

Columbia City Manager Charles Austin wins Ambassador of the Year Award

City of Columbia Manager Charles Austin was recognized as Ambassador of the Year by the National Kidney Foundation of South Carolina (NKFSC) at the organization More...

Devine Street begins plan to increase pedestrian traffic

In the past few years, Devine Street has seen a lot of growth More...

On Second Thought

Movie reviews

Herbie is loaded with laughs

Herbie Fully Loaded is indeed loaded More...

Thirty–something speaks

Where are all the happy atheists?

I More...

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

Isn

The road between Conway and Marion, like many highways forsaken by interstates in the south, seems lonely. Few cars travel the faded asphalt anymore, and the shoulders are loose with gravel and overgrown with weeds. More...

Business

Nice guys finish first

Star Profile

In the spring of 2004, the art teacher at Busbee Middle School in Cayce was putting together a road trip for about 50 students to see the Jasper Johns exhibition at the Greenville County Museum of Art. More...

Nelson Mullins helps the plight of children in Abbeville

Abbeville County School District, et al. v. The State of South Carolina, et al.

Fifty years after Brown v. Board of Education and Briggs v. Elliot, the poor, rural, mostly minority children of SC are still waiting for an equal and adequate opportunity to get an education. As a result of the state More...

Briefs

Irmo leads The new 1 More...

Sports

Father/son team, assets to Post 6

Ken Stoudenmire and his older son Todd are assets to the American Legion Richland Post 6 More...

Events

Events Calendar

July 8

8 Friday The SC Beekeepers Association will hold its summer meeting at Clemson University starting at 8 am July 8 More...

Beauty in the Backyard

What’s growing in Columbia

This amethyst hydrangea is called a More...

Star Garden of the Week

Virginia Waites of Trenholm Road has created a ginger bread cottage garden in her front yard. Whimsical fountains and bird baths accompany petunias and rambling vines. All are enclosed in a traditional gated white picket fence. More...

Canna Man

Stopping to smell the flowers

Neighbors call him Canna Man. Preston Franks, master gardener and retired auditor, has been growing canna at his home in the Woodlands of northeast Columbia for 28 years. More...