September 30, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Drinking Liberally

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On any given night, in bars all over Columbia, you can find liberal drinkers. But it More...

News

Meet the MOD Squad

A secret band of mothers hunts for the best dining experience

Every week they gather discreetly at a pre More...

Local racer finishes in the top ten

Local UARA STARS Racer Nick Hutchins finished seventh in the Food City 150 at Bristol, TN, last weekend despite ignition problems after a red flag restart late in the race. More...

Lt. governor struts through okra in Irmo

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Business

Sanford keen on competitive gain

Governor emphasizes gains in education, commerce, and industry

SC Governor Mark Sanford spoke at lunchtime Monday to about 200 Rotarians in Seawell More...

Star Profile

Rosewood Market: Natural, fresh, and creative

Basil Garzia, Lehigh More...

Mortgage Survey

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Society

University Chapter DAR meets modern Muslim women

Traditions perpetuated by today More...

Granby DAR meets

Granby Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution met at Lexington County More...

Third Thursday in September is very special for Petal Pushers

For the past 45 years, the third Thursday of September has been a much anticipated meeting of the Petal Pushers Garden Club. This year was no exception as dear friends eagerly greeted each other after a long summer hiatus. More...

Events

Events

Arts

The SC Arts Commission will accept applications through October 1 for professional state resident artists applying for one of six available fellowship awards. 734-8696 or www.southcarolinaarts.com/grants/artists. More...

Beauty in the Backyard

What’s showing in Columbia

This photograph Projection 2 is part of a collection on display at the Columbia Museum of Art for the exhibition Contemporary Photography and the Garden Deceits and Fantasies. More...

Star Garden of the Week

Columbia Garden Club presented the fountain and square plaza to the City of Columbia on September 16. The fountain graces a corner of the Main Street entrance to the Richland County Courthouse. More...

Stopping to smell the flowers

Garden Inns for Monarch Travelers

By Arlene Marturano From August through October the massive fall monarch migration takes place from Manitoba to Mexico. The fragile orange, black, and gold More...

Community says farewell to favorite letter carrier

Forest Hills held a lemonade social in honor of their favorite letter carrier, Cheryl Miller. Sam Clarke, neighborhood president, took up a collection to give as Miller More...

Magic Johnson Community Empowerment Center opens in Eastover

NBA Hall of Famer Earvin More...

On Second Thought

Thirty–something speaks

Men and women are different...My watch tells me so...

My life used to be a simple one. I More...

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

Like father, like son...Happy Birthday, Dad

My father More...

The day the good guys won

Born in New Orleans in the 60s, Antoine Gautreaux grew up near the French Quarter. He still lives there in a rented apartment. Gautreaux hangs Sheet Rock for a living. He More...

Government / Neighborhood

Columbia City Council Work Session • September 28, 2005 • 9 am

Roll call City council convened for its work session at 9 am, Wednesday, September 28, on the third floor of City Hall. Council members Tameika Isaac Devine and Sam Davis were absent. Present were Hamilton Osborne, E. W. More...

Education

Fate reunites teacher and student

Our teachers are the heroes who have profoundly influenced the very core of our being. When reading a great novel, we remember the high school literature teacher who taught us about symbolism in the More...

MTC commissioner elected to national board

Dr. Peter E. Sercer to serve on the Association of Community College Trustees Board

Midlands Technical College Commissioner Dr. Peter E. Sercer will serve a three More...

America’s Top Young Scientists of the Year

The countdown to choose the nation More...

Sports

Airport grounded

Cavalier defense flies high again

Different home field; same result. The RNE Cavaliers traveled to District 2 Stadium in Blythewood for a home game. More...

Falcons fly away with a win

The A.C. Flora Falcons took on the C.A. Johnson Hornets September 22 at Bolden Stadium. Despite the Hornets More...

Blythewood High’s swim team builds a foundation in water

Blythewood High School opened its doors in August 2005 with high expectations for its academic and athletics programs. The school 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 09/26/05.  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 Jimbo More...

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS September 12, 2005

PROJECT: #WM3964 2.0 MG VILLAGE OF SANDHILLS ELEVATED WATER STORAGE TANK More...