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Charleston’s Beach Co. contracts to buy CanalSide property for $6 million

City council voted Wednesday to sell the CanalSide property to the Beach Co. for a flat $6,000,000. The property inspection period by the buyer begins immediately and terminates in 60 days after July 19, also known as the effective date. More...

News

Son takes father back to days of crop dusting

Model airplane turns into the real thing

Trevor Haywood was just looking for some information to design and build a small model airplane for his dad, Ernest Haywood, when he stumbled onto a big find. That opportunity became their most memorable odyssey yet. More...

Father flies airplane of 50 years ago

Two days after his son, Trevor Haywood, proposed a most unique Father More...

SC Bar announces 2005–06 committee chairs

The SC Bar has named its committee chairpersons for the 2005 More...

Business

Star Profile

Caroline Whitson helps open doors for women in the US

On the job for four years at Columbia College, President Caroline Whitson leads 1,500 students, their faculty, and their staff. With a liberal arts base, Columbia College ranks academically, but Whitson is in the leadership business, also. More...

Mayor Coble stalks the New Economy

During Monday More...

Michael Porter’s Eight

Steps to Redirect SC

1 Build clusters. Competitive advantage comes from aggregation of similar businesses and industries. More...

Sports

Junior golfers play as a team in Little Legions

Each More...

Post 6 opens second round of playoffs with victory

Tuesday, July 19, Richland Post 6 began round two of the American Legion state playoffs by claiming a 9 More...

Seniors turn out for golf

Fred Stanton, a senior player from The University Club in Blythewood, was one of 88 North and South Carolina players to compete in the Carolina More...

Beauty in the Backyard

What’s growing

in Columbia

The elephant ear is a tuberous bulb plant growing from 3 More...

Star Garden of the Week

This camelback bridge from the garden of Walt and Elaine Tyler links one outdoor garden room to another. Bridges are functional embellishments that make a water garden easier to enjoy. More...

Happiness is a homegrown tomato Stopping to smell the flowers

On a small family farm on the edge of Gaffney, SC, Bill Foster observed how his father fed the unemployed from their garden plot during the Great Depression. They grew sweet corn, wheat, and sweet potatoes in abundance. More...

Missing Adult Checklist

[] Double check with friends, family, work, and school that the person is missing and not just on a vacation or on leave of absence. More...

Discrimination suit against Richland One settled

Principal Wachter awarded $130,000

Richland County School District One and the SC Insurance Trust Fund settled July 19 with Dr. Ted Wachter, principal of Rosewood Elementary School. More...

On Second Thought

Life is too short for parachute pants

Thirty

I More...

Baby on board caused it all

It

The trouble began with those stupid Baby On Board signs. We stuck them in car windows by the millions, ignorant to the avalanche we were unleashing. More...

But can he shoot from the hip?

Lindsay hears the sheriff More...

Government / Neighborhood

Columbia City Council Meeting • July 20, 2005 • 9 am

By John Temple Ligon

Roll call City council convened Wednesday morning at 9 am 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...

Richland County Council Meeting • July 19, 2005 • 6 pm

By Mike Cox

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

Society

Jeanna Smith Hoffman

1961

Jeanna Smith Hoffman died at her home Wednesday, July 13, 2005, surrounded by her family. She was born in Spokane, Washington, to Robert and Brenda Mining Smith. More...

John T. “Tom” Kleckley Jr.

1942

Services for John T. More...

Dr. Theodosia Gailey Orr

1931

Funeral service for Dr. Theodosia Gailey Orr, 74, will be held today at 12 noon at First Baptist Church, Boyce Chapel, with burial in Elmwood Cemetery and Gardens. Visitation was 6 More...

Events

Events 22

Friday

SCE&G will host a school supply drive to benefit children of Harvest Hope More...

Travel

Under the Tuscan Spell

Part Six: Land of Motorscooters

When we landed in Florence, it was immediately apparent. This is paradise for scooter lovers. Forget the wine, the pasta, the olive oil, the historic buildings, the sculpture, and the art. This city was made for me, a scooter man from way back. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

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 More...

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 Am More...

Notice of Application

Notice is hereby given that Sumter Investment Group, LLC dba Wild Wing Caf More...