November 13, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

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If you have a four legged friend that you like to spoil, head to Pupcakes Pet Boutique and Bakery. More...

News

Flood warning lights now operable

The project to install flashing warning lights at Whaley Street and Main Street is complete, and the lights are operational. More...

Federal Climate Change legislation will cost S.C. farmers and consumers

South Carolina farmers will be at a great economic and trade disadvantage if Congress passes climate change legislation under consideration.  More...

Heathwood and Cardinal Newman compete for money for Home Works

Photo by Jim Covington Bruce Mallick, operator of Chick–fil–A on Garner’s Ferry Road gave 20% of the each purchase that Cardinal Newman and Heathwood Hall students made toward Home W More...

Business

City Center Partnership celebrates 8th anniversary

Inside Main Street’s Columbia Museum of Art on Monday night, November 9, members and guests of downtown Columbia’s City Center Partnership (CCP) attended their annual meeting.  More...

Briefs

Beyond Ft. Hood   More...

Bill Boyd of Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd

The March of Dimes S.C. Chapter wil honor Columbia attorney William C. Boyd of Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd at the Columbia Real Estate Award breakfast December 10. More...

Society

Miss Paschal and Mr. Bowers exchange marriage vows

Rhoda Jane Paschal and Matthew Lee Bowers were united in marriage at a 7 pm wedding Saturday, November 7, 2009, in the First Presbyterian Church. The double– ring ceremony was officiated by Dr. Sinclair Buchanan Ferguson. More...

Petal Pushers Garden Club holds October meeting

Margaret Glenn was the speaker at the October meeting of the Petal Pushers Garden Club. Her subject was gathering and compiling valuable garden   tips from Southern Living. More...

Family celebrates Lib Crosswell’s 99th birthday

Photo by Jim Covington Family and friends gathered for Lib Crosswell’s 99th birthday November 9, 2009. With her is Anne Crosswell, a great grandchild. More...

Events

Events

-ART Columbia Museum of Art will present The   Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty           Works for Fifty States October 23–January 17 at 1515 Main Street. 799-2810. More...

Celebrating 25 years of music at Bill’s Music Shop and Pickin’ Parlor

Walk into Bill’s Music Shop and Pickin’ Parlor in West Columbia and you’ll take a trip back in time — and that’s the way Bill Wells likes it.   More...

Sterling Chamber Players in concert November 20

Sterling Chamber Players will be in concert November 20. More...

Beauty in the Backyard

A garden in the rolling hills of Sherwood Forest

Stopping to smell flowers

When Kathy and Peter Swanson built their new home in Sherwood Forest, they wished for a maintenance– free garden with no lawn to mow. More...

Star Chefs

Cherry O’Cream Cheese Pie   Contributed by Pam Edwards   More...

Garden Club Council of Greater Columbia to meet

The Garden Club Council of Greater Columbia will meet November 23 at the Garden Council Building, 1605 Park Circle, Maxcy Gregg Park. More...

Largest outdoor oyster roast

Historic Columbia Foundation and Liquid Assets, Inc. More...

All rivalries are not bitter

Hammond School and Heathwood Hall Episcopal School met on the gridiron October 23 at Eden’s Stadium on Hammond’s campus for what is always a spirited match– up. More...

On Second Thought

Rendezvous in Elmwood Cemetery are offensive

In my entire life, it never occurred to me that people would go to a cemetery to have a party. More...

Cartoon

Full Story

It’s not a criticism; It’s an observation

Survival of the well–informed

Anyone who travels the back roads of South Carolina will find this familiar. Around three each weekday afternoon, cars start to appear at the end of the driveway. More...

Government / Neighborhood

West Columbia City Council meets

Call to Order The meeting of the West Columbia City Council was Tuesday, November 10, 2009 at 6 pm. All members were present: Mayor Bobby E. Horton, Mayor Pro–Tem Tommy G. Parler, Eric L. Fowler, L. Dale Harley, Jack L. Harmon, Boyd J. More...

The Historic Heathwood Community meets

The Historic Heathwood Community met on Tuesday November 10. Sergeant Rafael Gonzalez and Officer Garo Brown of the Richland County Sheriff’s department said what it takes to form a neighborhood watch and help prevent crime. More...

South Kilbourne Neighborhood Association meets

The South Kilbourne Neighborhood Association met on Thursday, November 5. Michelle Huggins said the South Kilbourne community will hold its first annual Christmas Yard decorating contest. More...

Education

Dreher High School presents Miserables, School Edition

The Dreher High School Department of Theatre   Arts will present Les       More...

Disabilities Awareness Day at Blythewood Middle School

Blythewood Middle School held its second annual Disability Awareness Day Friday, October 23.   More...

Columbia Police Department receives over 200 books for program

Over 200 books were donated during the kickoff for the “Readers Are Leaders So Book ’em Now” program sponsored by the Columbia Police Department.   More...

Sports

Highlanders survive 1st round

Survive and advance – what every playoff team needs to do in order to challenge for a title. More...

High School Football

FinalRegular Season Stats

By The NUMBERS The Records More...

Skyhawks cruise through 1st round

The Hammond Skyhawks advanced to the second round of the SCISA playoffs after knocking off Pinewood Prep 35–13. More...

Travel

Destination Guinea

My most important goal in Guinea was to help Moussa Fofana get a student visa to come study English in America. Over the past three years a series of unsuccessful attempts had been made to work with the US Embassy in acquiring the visa. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

LEGAL NOTICE   IN THE COURT OF   COMMON PLEAS OF CRAWFORD COUNTY,   PENNSYLVANIA   ORPHANS' COURT   DIVISION   In re: Adoption of :T.R.B., a minor d/o/b: 08/03/1999   More...

NOTICE OF APPLICATION

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF ESTATES

NOTICE TO CREDITORS More...