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Pilot Club provides lifeline

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News

Bridging the gap between east and west

What does it take to bridge the gap between east and west? Andrey Gavrilyuk, a local cross More...

Professor takes family inside Africa

When a college friend asked Van Kornegay to accompany him and his family to Malawi, Africa, he was a bit reluctant. While he had traveled extensively to places like Kosovo, Albania, and French Polynesia, Africa had never been on his list of must More...

Join the Killian Bubble Drive

Send troops and orphans in Afghanistan smiles and love

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Business

Columbian Joe Taylor takes over at Commerce

SC Governor Mark Sanford asked former pre More...

Star Profile

Michael Stout, M.D., of Doctors Care

Mike Stout grew up in Rhode Island. In 1968, he graduated from Boston College (cum laude) with a BA in mathematics. A month after college graduation, the local draft board sent Stout greetings. He was sent to Ft. More...

Knight Ridder sale imminent

Newspaper giant Knight Ridder, publisher of The State More...

Sports

Two for Tuesday

Two boys

Call it February Frenzy or Valentine More...

Most Christlike goes to Dillon Brandes

Cindy Woods, recreation minister at First Baptist Church, presents Dillon Brandes the More...

Events

Events

Animals

Palmetto Cat Club will hold a pure breed cat show. (See article at the bottom of this page.) More...

Travel

Into Africa

Part 3: Making do

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LOST in Belize

A family of Columbians spent their Christmas holidays seeking The Others in the jungles of Belize. Pictured above are Sara Deal, Mike Deal, Margo Deal, Grandma Lynne Noble, and Granddad Rick Noble. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Notice of Application

Notice is hereby given that Racquel O More...

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS February 6, 2006

PROJECT: Columbia Northeast Fire and Police Station No. 4 More...

NOTICE

RICHLAND COUNTY SHERIFF%27S DEPARTMENT Evidence Room More...

AC Moore celebrates 75th

The students, faculty and staff, and alumni of AC Moore Elementary School have 75 years worth of celebrating to do. On Friday, March 10, AC Moore will host alumni events to mark the school More...

“Touch the heart, and teach the child” — Michele Taylor–Brown, Richland School District Two Teacher of the Year

Michele Taylor More...

On Second Thought

Thirty–something speaks

Saving the world one milk jug at a time

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Down under critter – on the loose

Junior Baker drives out to an exotic animal farm to buy a boa constrictor. He changes his mind after he first lays eyes on More...

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

True to their Roots

Mike Cox The ancient Olympians wore no pants; shirts either. Of course, this was in the days before Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson. Nudity was accepted as natural and we weren More...

Government / Neighborhood

Columbia City Council Meeting • February 15, 2006 • 9 am

Roll call

City council convened for its work session Wednesday at 9 am in City Hall, third floor. All council members were present: Tameika Isaac Devine, Hamilton Osborne, E. W. Cromartie, Mayor Bob Coble, Anne Sinclair, Sam Davis, and Daniel Rickenmann. More...

Education

Forest Lake Elementary prepares students for technology–driven world

Forest Lake Elementary (FLE), a Richland School District Two magnet school, is preparing students at an early stage for a technology More...

Windsor Elementary holds family night

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Society

Miss Wilson and Mr. deTreville exchange vows February 10, 2006

Elizabeth Cook Wilson and Paul Blake deTreville were married Friday, February 10, 2006, at St. Joseph Church. The Rev. Timothy Tebalt performed the 6:30 pm ceremony. More...

Mimosa Garden Club ends 2005 in fine fashion

In November, the Mimosa Garden Club held its annual auction which provides funds to conduct its service and community projects. The event, held at the Garden Club Council Building, was very successful and proceeds were at all time high. More...

Lower Richland Ruritan installs new members

Lower Richland Ruritans, a civic organization, installs mother and son as new members. More...

Beauty in the Backyard

Dreher High School Three D Players present

The Crucible

What begins due to the bitterness of one girl develops into an unstoppable, manipulative group of young girls, driven by terror and deceit. More...

For cat lovers only

The Palmetto Cat Club will hold its 47th Annual Mardi Gras purebred CFA Cat Show Saturday February 25 from 10 am to 5 pm at the Jamil Temple, 206 Jamil Road (frontage road off I-26 at St. Andrews Road). More...

The Original Mystery Plant

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