November 10, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

News

Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary installs new president

Festival Eucharist and Installation of the Rev. Dr. Marcus J. Miller as president of Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary took place at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Saturday afternoon, November 4. More...

The Humane Society of Lexington County merges with PETS, Inc.

Gail Strickland, founder of the Humane Society of Lexington County announced that after six years of working hand-in--hand with PETS, Inc., the two agencies will join together to share a common board of directors and a new name. More...

Columbia Guitar Orchestra performs first concert

Local amateur guitarists have come together to create the Columbia Guitar Orchestra (CGO), led by Brett Floyd and Casey Smith, students of Christopher Berg at the University of South Carolina. More...

Government / Neighborhood

Columbia City Council + Nov. 1, 6 pm & 8, 9 am

November 1 City council met last Wednesday afternoon at 6 pm for its regular meeting. The two major issues of the evening were Five Points parking and the East Gervais median. More...

Society

Miss Sullivan and Mr. Moore exchange vows in Lubbock, Texas

Erin Sheigh Sullivan and Gregory Todd Moore, both of Lubbock, Texas, were married September 8, 2006, on the east lawn of the Merket Alumni Center on the campus of Texas Tech University. The Rev. Fred Baker performed the 7 pm ceremony. More...

Ruth Gottlieb Moore plays lead in The Trip to Bountiful

Age is just a number. This is the philosophy of actress Ruth Gottlieb Moore who turned 88 this summer. Ruth is widely known throughout the South as an actress loaded with talent. She will be playing the lead in More...

First Rooftop Rhythms Concert Series a success

The Forest Acres Restaurant and Merchants Association (FARMA) has declared its first Rooftop Rhythms Concert Series a great success. More...

Events

Events

ART The Trenholm Artists Guild will meet Mon., Nov. 13, 7 pm at the Forest Lake Recreation Center, 6820 Wedgefield Rd. The meeting is open to the public. 356-0381 or www.trenholmartistsguild.org. More...

Travel

Adventure on Saltspring Island

Part 3: Of walruses and cave bears

Explorers came to Saltspring Island from near and far bringing their stories of discovery: More...

Art Museum opens Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibition The Wright Way!

Five buses loaded with art fans motored from Columbia to Yemasee last Sunday to visit one of South Carolina's historic treasures - the Auldbrass Plantation designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. More...

Patriots, start your engines

It's a great week to be a veteran in Columbia, South Carolina. With Nov. 10's 11 am Veterans' Day Parade as a moving tribute to those who secured America's freedom, the week is studded with remembrances and honors. More...

On Second Thought

Thirty-something speaks

The joy of embarrassment

A wonderful thing happened on the way to my kids' school the other day. I discovered my mere presence is finally an embarrassment to my oldest daughter. More...

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

Working like a sheepdog

Once upon a time, cartoons were entertaining. Most had vivid characters, a plot, and usually, a moral. Cartoons today are either marketing tools for the next great toy or a politically correct, wishful thinking, piece of drivel. More...

Whacked with an old fashioned frying pan

Bo Ledford is on probation after serving most of his prison sentence for burglary. Apparently, burglary is a habit Bo can't shake, because he's at it again. More...

Business

Two companies, one business plan

Clem Goldson is a partner and a sales advisor for Spectra True Colour printing, and he is an owner and secretary for Spectra Dynamic marketing, both at 414 Rivermont Drive, near the Zoo just off I-26. More...

Star Profile

Linda Salane of the Alliance for Women at Columbia College

Born in Cumberland, Maryland, Linda Salane moved to Rock Hill about 1950, when her father opened the new plant for Celanese. By her Rock Hill High School senior year she was a serious actress. Her favorite role was the queen in More...

Briefs

Notes for comparisons North Carolina is looking at a $1 billion budget shortfall when the legislature convenes next year. Over the next 25 years, N.C. needs $122 billion to maintain the state's roads and keep up with population growth. N.C. More...

Sports

Vikings run into the playoffs

Spring Valley 31 Richland Northeast 7

Sometimes the game of football can be pretty simple for one team and incredibly frustrating for another. More...

The Coaches' Corner

Final Weekly thoughts from area coaches.

Jeff Scott, Blythewood Nov 3: Blythewood 84 Blue Ridge 41 More...

Cardinals soar at Palmetto Classic

The Cardinal Newman varsity cheerleading competition team took first place in the SCISA Division at the Palmetto Classic Cheerleading Competition at the Columbia Convention Center on November 4, 2006. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

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 Representatives, appointed to administer these estates, and to file their claims on Form #371PC with the Probate Court of R More...

Public Notices

NOTICE OF "Bid" The City of Columbia is requesting bid for an ATM for Municipal Court. More...

NOTICE OF APPLICATIONS

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