March 24, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

News

Columbia City Council learns of the Change Up Program and the arrival of Tim Tebow

Columbia City Council held its monthly meeting Tuesday, March 21.  Angela Adams, the director of the Customer Care Center, and Charmaine Clark, community liaison for the Community Development Department, gave a presentation about the Change Up P More...

Richland County Sheriff’s Department and Deputy Coroner speak to Olympia residents

At the monthly meeting Monday, March 20, We Are Olympia residents learned about body cameras, which Richland County Sheriff’s Department officers are required to wear. More...

Afternoon Music Club and Eau Claire Music Club hold luncheon and fashion show to benefit scholarship fund

Models participating in the Benefit Fashion Show and Luncheon hosted by the Afternoon Music Club and Eau Claire Music Club held March 16 at Forest Lake Club are (l-r) Mary Beth McSwain, Alice Tubley, More...

Business

Coldwell Bankers’ “Dancing with the Stars” raises $10,00 for Epworth Children’s Home

Friday, March 17 and Saturday, March 18 marked Coldwell Banker’s “Dancing With the Stars” charity event to benefit Epworth Children’s Home held at the Elite Ballroom Dance Academy, owned by professional ballroom dancer Jamie B More...

Nelson Mullins opens office in Los Angeles

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP has entered the west coast legal market with the opening of a Los Angelesarea office and the addition of five local attorneys experienced in franchise and distribution law and litigation in the motor vehicle More...

City Snippets

USC MBA program still on top 1 in the latest U. S. News & World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools” publication. The program has been ranked among the country’s top three for 28 consecutive years. Decker Center now open More...

Society

The Kitchen Cabinet at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral prepares fresh food for events

The Kitchen Cabinet volunteers prepare fresh food for all of Trinity Cathedral’s events. More...

Columbia Music Teachers Association selects annual scholarship winners

Columbia Music Teachers Association held its annual scholarship auditions on February 25, 2017. More...

Remembering Extraordinary Women

I recently was introduced to to Beryl Markham (1902–1986) while reading the book Circling the Sun. Beryl was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic east and west. She was also the first licensed female racehorse trainer in Kenya. More...

Events

Events

•ANIMALS Columbia Arts Academy will host Dogs Rock IV, a benefit concert for PETSinc, Sunday, March 26, 3 p.m., Wild Wings Café in Harbison. www.petsinc.org/super-power-match. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Ridge View Chamber Singers participate in Lander Choral Festival

Ridge View High School Chamber Singers participated in the 30th annual Lander Choral Festival in Greenwood, South Carolina. More...

Get weird with the Surreal Bash at the Columbia Museum of Art

Things are about to get surreal at the Columbia Museum of Art. More...

Students whip up tasty treats in Junior Chefs Competition

Burnside Elementary School students Ameriya Sumpter, Crish Nicole Baluarte and Vanessa Poutou whipped up healthy, tasty recipes as they competed recently in the Junior League of Columbia’s Kids More...

Travel

Hezekiah Maham

Part 2: Revolution Hero

Hezekiah Maham was born in St. Stephen’s Parish, S.C., in 1739, owned property in the parish in 1771, and died there in 1789 according to historical records. But, who was this man?! More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

NOTICE OF  UNCLAIMED  VEHICLES/PUBLIC  More...

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

Legals

Full Story

Support continues to grow for BC’s soccer coach

Nothing br ings a group of people together like controversy. For the last six weeks, the Brookland Cayce soccer community has come together over head coach Kevin Heise’s administrative leave. More...

On Second Thought

Historically Tropical

Large foliaged, tropical plants are often associated with modern garden design. Garden fashion, like all fashion, operates in repeating cycles. Many of the same plants we think of as modern were being planted as early as the 19th century in Columbia. More...

Quirky Crimes in the Capital City

Forest Acres More...

ALL About Golf

Send your questions to Robin at robinallgolfpro@yahoo.com   More...

Commentary

Thirty Dollar Mistakes

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

In a galaxy that seems far, far away, a group of people once gathered together to watch stock car racing in Darlington.  A contingent would drive down from Cleveland, Ohio, which is somewhere above the Arctic Circle. More...

Just say No to Naked Veggies

I’m just saying...

I have really got to up my game in the cooking department. More...

To Bee or Not To Bee

40–Something

I have a difficult decision to make each and every springtime: be miserable or make my family miserable.  It’s not much of a choice.  More...

Education

School Stars

Tyler Cox, a student at Lexington High School, was honored by the South Carolina Society, Children of the American Revolution (C.A.R.), for his service as the local society president of The Jonathan Adams Society, C. A. R. Tyler received the G. More...

Cardinal Newman students take top honors at SCISA Middle School Quiz Bowl

Larry Watt, executive director of the South Carolina Independent School Association, announced the winner of the SCISA Middle School Quiz Bowl.  The team from Cardinal Newman School finished the competition with the top score, followed by the te More...

Five Richland County students make finals in S.C. writing contest

Five Richland County students—four from Ridge View High School and one from Spring Valley High School—have been named finalists in the fourth annual South Carolina High School Writing Contest. More...

Sports

Cardinals blank Dreher

Two first half goals from Andrew Tilton was all the Cardinal Newman Cardinals needed in defeating the Dreher Blue Devils 2-nil Thursday, March 16.  More...

Dreher’s Murray wins state award

Dreher High School senior Jaelyn Murray has been named the 2016-2017 South Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year in girls’ basketball.  More...

Blue Devils overwhelm Lower Richland

Dreher’s Naomi Matthusen drills the ball past Lower Richland’s Nyasia Gilmore. Matthusen led the Lady Blue Devils with five goals. More...

Home & Garden

Tending to tools

Stopping to smell the flowers

My grandmother had an arsenal of garden hand tools and the regular habit of cleaning them, lubricating hinges, and sharpening edges. More...

Star Chefs

Pomegranate Stew with Chicken (Khoresh Fesenjan)   More...

Historic Columbia hosts garden workshop Saturday

Join Historic Columbia 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 25, for a Garden Workshop, sponsored by Sox & Freeman Tree Expert Co, and explore a variety of hardy tropical plants. More...