October 8, 2004 RSS feed / News

City Notebook

Columbia City Council work session

Roll call Council convened for its Wednesday work session shortly after 9 am. Council member Anne Sinclair was absent due to business. Other members present were Tameika Isaac Devine, Hamilton Osborne, E. W. More...

Columbia Community Band plays for two decades

Comfortable khakis and white shirts replaced the stiff high school band uniforms of their past. The instruments they tuned up recently were their own, not school supplied. What hasn More...

Governor Joseph West Chapter, DAC meets

The fall meeting of the Governor Joseph West Chapter, Daughters of the American Colonists, was held September 28, 2004, at the SC State Museum, with 13 members and guests in attendance. The Regent, Mrs. More...

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Horses stop traffic

Four horses appeared suddenly on Garners Ferry Road at 11:30 am last Sunday, September 26. Two stopped near their corral, but two were spooked and galloped down the highway. More...

Governor gets up to speed on transit

Last Monday in the governor More...

County Notebook

Richland County Council meeting 6 pm

Roll Call Bernice Scott, Joan Brady, Susan Brill, Doris Corley, Paul Livingston, Joseph McEachern, Anthony Mizzell, Greg Pearce, Kit Smith, Thelma Tillis, and James Tuten were present. More...

Passion for film sustains theatre for 25 years

Nickelodeon, The theatre of the Columbia Film Society, was founded in 1979 by Carl Davis and Linda O More...

Group starts Anglican Mission in America in Columbia

Charles Francis Edgar III, a minister of the Anglican Church in America (AMiA), and Mrs. William H. Tuller (Ginny) discuss their involvement with the AMiA. The two have been instrumental in bringing the Anglican Church in America to Columbia. More...