September 2, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

News

Open Eyes

Young Pakistani woman beats the odds and inspires artists from the Midlands

A young Pakistani More...

Columbian’s friendliness reaches Saudi Arabia

Host families are being sought for Saudi Arabian students coming to USC

Columbia More...

Impressions

, an invitational exhibition of prints exploring contemporary trends in printmaking will run until September 30 at the McMaster Gallery, USC. More...

Business

Armored beast saves lives

Called among the combat cognoscenti as More...

Star Profile

A lifetime degree in hotel management

Ron Glancy, certified hotel administrator, has been in the hotel business since before he graduated high school. His 20 years More...

Briefs

by John Temple Ligon

WIS More...

Society

Robert Lee Smith 1927–2005

Robert Lee Smith, son of the late John and Rebecca White, was born January 24, 1927 in Yemassee, South Carolina. He departed this life after an extended illness August 20, 2005. More...

Miss Amason and Mr. Grice marry August 6, 2005

Jessamine Lucy Amason and William Keely Grice were married August 6, 2005, at the Seibel More...

Miss Lewis and Mr. Prescott exchange vows in Charleston

Margaret Ruffin Lewis and Jason Ervin Prescott were married at St. Luke More...

Events

Events Calendar

September 2

2 Part 1 of Henry Moore: Carving a Reputation More...

Travel

Under the Tuscan Spell

Part 12

Let More...

A. C. Flora students go to Europe

Six A.C. Flora High School students and their teacher toured Ireland, Scotland, and England this summer before starting their college careers this fall.

Cameron Ballance, Molly Smith, Maddy Talbert, Marnie Jackson (English teacher), Katie Stinnette, Claudia Reyner, and Heyward Harvin pose during their tour of Ireland, Scotland, and England. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED VEHICLES/ PUBLIC SALE The following vehicles were Customer ordered tows and no one has claimed these vehicles as of 08/29/05.  There is a lien on these vehicles for towing and storage charges and any additional s More...

Notice of Application

Notice is hereby given that PHF Ruby, LLC intends to apply to the South Carolina Department of Revenue for a license/permit that will allow the sale on premises consumption of Beer, Wine, and Liquor at 630 Assembly St., Columbia, SC 29201. More...

Notice of Application

Notice is hereby given that TEE PEE More...

Registration begins for first annual Kids’ Triathlon

The Midlands More...

Inn at USC open for business

The 117 hotel rooms at the corner of Pendleton and Pickens Streets have been taking in guests for a short while already this summer, but the Grand Opening isn More...

On Second Thought

Letter to the editor Mr. Maddock, investigate before you speak

Peyton Manning and Eli Manning More...

Thirty–something speaks

The brilliance of the salmon patty

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

Idiot

My first radio was red plastic with gold roman numerals marking the dial. There was also a short among the tubes and soldered wires. At odd times, usually around three in the morning, the volume would max out and wake the entire household. More...

Education

Crayton welcomes new students

Crayton Middle School recently welcomed sixth graders and other new students to take tours of the campus. Crayton Middle would like to thank all of those who helped make the tour a great success. More...

Parents walk a mile in their children’s shoes

Cardinal Newman welcomes students and parents back to school

Parents walk a mile in their children%27s shoes on Back to School Night at Cardinal Newman School. More...

At long last

Eldest hits bookshelves

A surprising air of calm reigned at the Happy Bookseller on Tuesday, August 23. More...

Sports

Falcon players follow in fathers’ footsteps

The opening game loss (21 More...

CN loses first football game

The first game of the season for Cardinal Newman High School was a losing one. In the first quarter the Cardinals were up by one (7-6). The Cardinals let their guard down in the second quarter as Byrnes High beat the Cardinals back for the lead. More...

School spirit rules

AC Flora students cheer on the Falcons as they compete against the Columbia Capitals last Friday night at Memorial Stadium. The stands were filled with vocal students and parents who remained supportive despite the Falcon More...

Beauty in the Backyard

The Original Mystery Plant

Dr. John Nelson There are about 10,000 species of ferns found around the world now. This number is actually quite a reduction from the number of species that had evolved by the middle of what we call the More...

Stopping to smell the flowers

Back to the books and

The return to school has an added dimension for many Midlands students. School gardens are an increasingly common part of the learning landscape. Resourceful teachers are taking advantage of teaching materials or More...