April 3, 2009 RSS feed / News

Presbyterian Community breaks ground for chapel

Residents, officials, and friends of the Presbyterian Community of Columbia gathered Thursday morning, March 26 to break ground for a new chapel on campus at 700 DaVega Drive, Lexington. More...

Forest Lake Presbyterian cleans up park

Photo by Jim Covington Members of Forest Lake Presbyterian were seen cleaning up the park behind Coplon's on Forest Drive March 28, 2009. Crawford Young (forefront). On the merry- go- round are Pat Sifford, Linda Byrum, Lee Pippen, and Judy Timmons. More...

Sheriff's department shows a big heart

Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott supported the American Heart Association by committing to raise $15,000 for this year's campaign. As of March 28, 2009, after the American Heart Walk Campaign, the department had raised $29,235.54. More...

Another writer makes quarter- finals

Two members of the same tiny writers' group have been selected as quarter finalists in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award. More...

Peas porridge hot, peas porridge cold

In the 1500s people cooked with large kettles which hung over fires. Every day they'd light the fire and add food to the pot. In the 1500s they ate mostly vegetables and seldom had meat. More...

Sertoma member receives Service to Mankind award

Roger C. Williams was this year's recipient of Richland Sertoma Club's Service to Mankind award. Williams is dedicated to helping people with physical and mental disabilities. More...