August 26, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

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Residents want Ra to rock on

Olympians rally around the cause to save Ra

The secret message painted on Ra, the mythical Egyptian on the rock in historic Olympia, is fading, and history and art lovers around town are rallying to the cause. More...

SC pilot honored

Robert Sumwalt receives the highest honor for a line pilot air safety volunteer from Air Line Pilots Association, International

The Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA), has awarded its 2004 Air Safety Award to Robert Sumwalt, a retired US Airways captain. The award, ALPA More...

Wanted

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Why not serve others while serving yourself? Join City Year? City Year unites a diverse group of 17 to 24 year More...

Business

Star Profile Chef Fatback wears many hats at Mac’s on Main

Chef Barry Walker More...

Going with the flow

Area bartenders learn how to manage free pour

To free pour or not to free pour? That is the decision that SC bar More...

University and city connect with the river and with 1786

Last Friday afternoon in the Vista Room of the State Museum, family partner Charlie Thompson of Guignard Associates, council member Anne Sinclair of Columbia, and President Andrew Sorensen of USC announced their agreement on future plans for the Guig More...

Society

From Gram to glam

Logan Raye takes residents of The Haven to new heights

Residents of The Haven recently went from More...

Family gives Confederate soldier a proper burial

On Friday, August 5, 2005, just three days from Daniel Charles Kirkley More...

Events

Events Calendar

August 26

26 McMaster Gallery will hold Impressions: An Invitational Exhibition of Prints More...

Travel

Under the Tuscan Spell

Part 11: The Chianti Wine Road

After enjoying the sights and history of Florence, Lucca, and Pisa, we turned our attention to the Wine Road through the Chianti Region of Tuscany. More...

Beauty in the Backyard

Star Garden of the Week

This colorful sidewalk display of pepper plants was planted by the non More...

The Original Mystery Plant

Dr. John Nelson The cacti are plants that demand attention for several obvious reasons. They are succulents with spectacular flowers that characterize special dry habitats and not just deserts. More...

Drive through shopping

Customer crashes through Gibson

It was Gibson More...

Bosses pucker up with goat for charity

Chuck Sanders, chief operating officer of the SC Student Loan Corporation agreed to join one of their vice More...

On Second Thought

Thirty–something speaks

Did Peyton Manning cry for his mommy?

Last year, one of the NFL pre More...

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

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These guys are “no brainers”

The Club Cougar has a bad reputation in the neighborhood. During weekend nights, police are frequently called to put down disturbances. Real estate in the neighborhood has taken a nose More...

Government / Neighborhood

Columbia City Council Meeting • August 24, 2005 • 9 am

By John Temple Ligon

Roll call Council convened Wednesday, August 24, at 9 am for its work session. At 10, there was a regular meeting and a public hearing. Both gatherings were in City Hall, third floor. Council member Tameika Isaac Devine was absent. More...

City launches website with streetscape updates

The City of Columbia launched a new website that will provide information about the ongoing streetscape improvement projects in four of its downtown neighborhoods. More...

Greening the Arts Festival returns grant money

After months of anguish and hardship, on Wednesday, August 24, 10:00 am, City Hall Lobby, 1737 Main Street, Greening the Arts Festival (GAF)will publicly return its 2006 grant allocated from prospective Accommodation Tax fund. More...

Education

Cardinal Newman School holds new family orientation

The faculty of Cardinal Newman School believes in building community both within and outside of the school. Each year the school hosts a special orientation session for students and their families. More...

Richland One starts SC’s first Middle College

In August 2004, Richland School District One launched a unique new educational model for SC public schools known as Richland One Middle College (ROMC) at Midlands Technical College. More...

Excuse us, please Bethel–

Hanberry Elementary School's teacher, Robert Saxon, and Summit Parkway Middle School's Robin Young were omitted from our list of Teachers of the Year

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Sports

Midlands’ team makes SC proud

Chapin Nationals Majors All Star Baseball Team finishes third in World Series and wins sportsmanship award

The Chapin Nationals Majors All Star Baseball Team finished third in the 50th Anniversary Dixie Youth Baseball (DYB) World Series played August 8 More...

Friday night lights return

By Warner Montgomery Sertoma Sportsarama More...

Highlander Jamboree

Heathwood Hall captains Brandon Gantt (5), quarterback; Crawford Prezioso (40), linebacker; Darian Benton (32), defensive back; and William Roth (82), tight end. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED VEHICLES/ PUBLIC SALE The following vehicles were ordered towed by Law Enforcement and no one has claimed these vehicles as of 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...

Notice of Application

Notice is hereby given that Cheryl M. Qualls, intends to apply to the South Carolina Department of Revenue for a license/permit that will allow the sale off premises consumption of Liquor only at 5901-A N. Main St., Columbia, SC 29203. More...