November 11, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

News

Five Points shop owner helps clean up after Hurricane Katrina

Debbie McDaniel, owner of Revente consignment shop, recently spent five days in Metairie, LA revitalizing Prima Donna More...

Review Spooky Hollow on Halloween

What do three school boys, a German immigrant, the director of Homeless and Youth Programs at the Cooperative Ministries, a PhD student in biomedical science, and a fine Paso Fino Mare have in common? More...

Celebrate Freedom burns the skies

The weekend of October 29 and 30, I went to the Celebrate Freedom Festival in Camden. When I first walked in, the first thing I saw was a huge C130 Hercules towering over all the other aircraft and war machines. More...

Business

CMRTA enters its fourth year

In addition to three years of service, the Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority has many reasons to celebrate. More...

Star Profile

First Carolina

The insurance consumer has an open choice between dealing directly with an insurance company or through an independent agent who represents many insurance companies. Columbia More...

FLYi, parent of Independence Air, files for bankruptcy

When start More...

Society

Miss Miller and Mr. Norris exchange vows in Winnsboro, SC

Sydney Cromer Miller of Newberry, South Carolina, and Robert Harold Norris III of Columbia were married November 5, 2005, at Saint John More...

Jerry Landis Gossett 1958–2005

Service for Jerry Landis Gossett, 47, will be held Thursday at 1 pm at Forest Lake Presbyterian Church, with burial in Northeast Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Visitation will be 6 More...

Afternoon Music Club ends centennial year on a high note

The Afternoon Music Club More...

Events

Events

Animals

Adoptable greyhounds will be at the Harbison Home Depot, 9:30 am More...

Travel

Under the Tuscan Spell

Part 22: The Way to Rome

Sadly, we left the beautiful sites, interesting history, elegant wine, and delicious food of Tuscany. At the ancient entrance to Rome, our bus pulled into Il Borgo di Tragliata. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

N OTICE OF UNCLAIMED VEHICLES/ PUBLIC SALE The following vehicles are subject to towing, repair and/or storage liens; are declared to be abandoned pursuant to Section 56-5-5810, 56-5-5635 and/or 29-15-10 SC Law as Amended; and are 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 w More...

NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION

Columbia Police Department NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED BEING ABANDONED, OWNER UNKNOWN, OR RECOVERED STOLEN PROPERTY PURSUANT TO SOUTH CAROLINA CODE OF LAWS WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER AT THE PUBLIC AUC More...

The Living Dead, a team of legends

The Living Dead soccer team is gaining legendary status within the SC Amateur Soccer Association (SCASA). More...

Vi–Kings!

Spring Valley defeats Richland Northeast to take the Region 5-4A Championship

Most fans on the green and gold side of Harry Parone Stadium did not realize they were going to have their cake and eat it too Friday, November 4. More...

On Second Thought

Thirty–something speaks

Kermit was right,

Discipline is alive and well in the public school system. The only problem is it has become more complex than the nation More...

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

One woman and a bus seat = change

Rosa Parks died three Mondays ago. A week earlier, Vivian Malone, the first black woman to attend the University of Alabama, also passed away. When they were in the national news, the South seemed to be embroiled in a complicated controversy. More...

Bad day in heavy traffic

Mack always looks like a train wreck. His hair is neither cut nor combed. During cool weather he wears a dirty, beat More...

Government / Neighborhood

Columbia City Council Meeting • November 9, 2005 • 9 am

Roll call City council convened for its work session this Wednesday at 9 am on the third floor of City Hall. Council member Hamilton Osborne was absent and in federal court. Council member Anne Sinclair was out of town. Council member E. W. More...

City bribery fund misdirected

Opinion

Columbia City Council doesn More...

Education

Pens, paper, and puppetry

Conder Elementary students sing, dance, and learn in a whole new way

Each day, students at Conder Elementary in Richland District 2 dance, sing, play instruments, and create works of art. More...

Students Reach for the Stars through books

Congratulations to Molly Shields, Austin Pettibone, Catherine David, and Naomi Nudelman who each read over 1000 minutes during the Reach for the Stars Reading Incentive Program at Dent Middle School Two Academies. More...

Blythewood Middle School wins Regional Mock Trial Competition

Blythewood Middle School is celebrating its victory over 13 other middle schools at the SC Bar Midlands Regional Middle School Mock Trial Competition, held Saturday, November 5 at the USC School of Law. More...

Sports

Capitals complete excellent season

On the first play of the game Shrine Bowler Stanley Taylor raced untouched 39 yards through the Newberry line for a touchdown. It looked like the Columbia High Capitals were headed for a playoff win. More...

Quick Hits

Former Ben Lippen Standout Scores First NFL TD Contributed by More...

Columbia Stars of the Game

Spring Valley Offense: Mason Clay More...

Beauty in the Backyard

What’s growing in Columbia

The tea olive plant is a fragrant shrub that can grow up to 20 More...

Buried Treasures

Stopping to smell the flowers

Fall is the season to plant the spring garden and bulbs are a sure More...

The Original Mystery Plant

Nothing teems/But hateful docks, rough thistles, kecksies, burs,/Losing both beauty and More...