October 12, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

News

Cardinal Newman makes plans to move

For over 40 years Cardinal Newman has been a familiar fixture in Forest Acres, but that will soon change. Current plans are to relocate to a site off Farrow Road in 2010 or 2011. More...

USC graduates enjoy their 70th reunion

Photo by John Temple Ligon (l- r) Josephine Capers, Jean Campbell Ligon, and Jeanette Cartledge, members of the USC Class of '37 enjoy lunch during the USC homecoming weekend September 29, 2007.Members of the 1937 class were invited to join the USC C More...

Chief Federal Judge Joe Anderson's portrait unveiled

Several hundred well- wishers attended the unveiling of Chief Federal Judge Joe Anderson's portrait Wednesday evening, October 3, 2007, at the Columbia Museum of Art. More...

Education

Former principal wins in art show

The South Carolina Watermedia Society's 30th Annual Awards Exhibition is on display at the Spartanburg Art Museum, 200 East St. John St., Spartanburg, SC through November 5. More...

CJDS first in Midlands to obtain new accreditation

The National Association for the Education of Young Children recently re- accredited Columbia Jewish Day School (CJDS). More...

Charley's Backyard Stars

My friend Adam has just moved from Atlanta, Georgia, and I am going to take him to my three favorite places in South Carolina. First, let's go to Riverbanks Zoo. More...

Sports

Demons torment Devils

The Dreher Blue Devils welcomed the Lugoff- Elgin Demons to Memorial Stadium for homecoming and a rare Saturday night contest on October 6, but nothing went the Blue Devils' way as they fell 39- 13. More...

Cardinals win Battle of the Birds

Davis Lemon ran for 194 of Cardinal Newman's seasonhigh 306 yards rushing and scored twice as the Cardinals defeated the Richard Winn Eagles 34- 21 October 5, in Winnsboro. More...

Big Mac gives Hilton Head Prep indigestion

Heathwood Hall's Mac Whalen stepped in for his injured brother Brett at quarterback to help defeat the visiting Hilton Head Prep Dolphins 56- 18 on Homecoming October 5. More...

Travel

Pineville, a historic refuge

Part 29: Pineville struggles

Persecuted Huguenots fled France for the new English colony of South Carolina in the late 1600s. Families made their way up the Santee River where they established farms and traded with the Indians. More...

The Amazing Eurasian Odyssey

as told by characters Matthew Garrick and Stephen Williams Part 11: Old Leningrad

We did not make the same mistake we did in Moscow. This time we made reservations and got a confirmation On this first day, Matt and I walked around town with a girl named Uma and checked out a bit of downtown. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF HILL-BURTON UNCOMPENSATED SERVICES Lutheran Homes of South Carolina, Inc. More...

Dream catchers

At 46 years old, golferTorri Hiett goes for the pros

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA), fueled by an impressive group of young players, is extremely popular these days. More...

On Second Thought

Hyphens are necessary and good

Warner Montgomery's article on "Hyphenated Humans" was amusing and tragic. It is amusing because some whites are confused about the need for hyphenation. It is tragic because it demonstrates the lack of historical knowledge in the 21st century. More...

Thirty-something speaks

The all- consuming nightmare

I heard several warnings about what life with children would be like...sleepless nights, diapers, ear infections, strange smells and lots and lots of crying, but nobody said anything about laundry. More...

It pays to advertise

Bernard is a county deputy working traffic control on a holiday weekend. He's found a great spot just around a curve on U. S. 301 in East Georgia. More...

Government / Neighborhood

Cayce City Council meets October 9, 2007

Roll Call Mayor Avery Wilkerson, Mayor Pro-Tem Rick Myers, James Jenkins, Kenneth Jumper, Robert Malpass, City Manager John Sharpe, and Public Safety Chief Charles McNair were all in attendance. More...

Business

Business leaders and USC alumni welcome new dean of Moore School of Business, Dr. Hildy Teegan

Business leaders and USC alumni were invited to meet the new Moore School of Business Dean Dr. Hildy Teegen October 9, 2007, on the Moore School's patio on College Street. Hosts were Darla D. Moore, Michael R. Brenan, Harris E. More...

Briefs

Steve Forbes on S.C. S.C.'s pro- business, pro- opportunity mindset is the biggest reason the state has become a magnet for investments like the $600 million vote of confidence it recently received from Jafza International, More...

Star Profile

Architect Scott Garvin

The Garvin Design Group, a collection of registered architects and support staff, is located in the building at the northwest corner of Lincoln Street and Gervais Street and on the second floor above Starbuck's. More...

Society

Sundays at Lowman begins

The fifth season of the "Sundays at Lowman" Piano Series begins October 14, 2007, at 3:30 pm in the New Life Chapel of the Daily Life Center. The season's first guest artist will be pianist Nancy Hill Elton. More...

Music lovers enjoy concert series at USC

Photos by Jim Covington (L- r) Marilyn Stradtman, Donna Sorenson, Caroline Judson, Carolyn Conway, Stan Gomberg, Winifred Goodwin, Alan Conway, and Terry Gomberg attended the Cornelia Freeman University September Concert Series September 30 sponsored More...

CC graduate describes Pick Up the Pieces

The Ariail Chapter of the Columbia College Alumnae Club held its first meeting of the 2007- 2008 year September 13, on the Columbia College campus. More...

Events

It's happening right here in your community

ART Art,Art, and More Art at Mays Park will offer classes Oct.- March. Just the two of us, parent and child for ages 2- 4; Homeschool art for ages 4- 7, 8- 12, and 12 and up; and Afterschool for ages 4- 7, 8- 12, and 12 and up. More...

Beauty in the Backyard

The Original Mystery Plant

The mystery plant loves a rocky, hard- scrabble pasture. Horses and cows avoid it, and the mystery plant can grow crazy. The mystery plant has a bitter or acrid taste, which makes sense why cows don't care for it. More...

Nature's Gym

West Columbia Riverwalk

Set between Gervais Street and Knox Abbott Drive, the West Columbia Riverwalk is a hidden treasure of the natural world minutes from downtown Columbia. More...