October 22, 2004 RSS feed / News

City Notebook

Columbia City Council meeting

Roll call City council met Wednesday morning at 9 for its work session and at 10 for its regular session. Daniel Rickenmann was absent, but all other council members were present: Tameika Isaac Devine, Hamilton Osborne, E. W. More...

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Mayor of Columbia Bob Coble More...

Business briefs

The budget deficit for the 2004 fiscal year ending September 30 came to More...

Richland County Sheriff’s Foundation raises $20,000

The day was overcast, but the spirits of the men and women at Woodlands Country Club on Monday were high as they prepared for 18 holes of golf, a putting contest and to bid in a silent auction, to raise money for the Richland County Sheriff More...

Students recognized at Youth Art Celebration

Art works of four Columbia More...

Small numbers, big hearts: Emmanuel Baptist Fellowship

The word church means different things to different people. To some, the first thing that comes to mind is a community, a group of people who look out for each other. To others, the first thing to come to mind is the church building More...

Behind the curtain

Community theatre thrives in Columbia with a pride one might feel performing on Broadway. Dedication, long hours, and talent is given freely. There More...

Forest Hills residents protest liquor license

Members of the Forest Hills Neighborhood Association are rallying this week in the Edgar Brown Building. Administrative Law Judge Ralph King Anderson III is expected to decide a case about which residents are up in arms. More...

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The estate of William More...

County Notebook

Richland County Council meeting

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

The Fair Tax: a primer

Lesson Four: What about seniors?

Will the Fair Tax treat seniors fairly? Seniors will receive, like others, a monthly cash rebate to recover the sales taxes they have paid up to the poverty level to cover the basic necessities. More...

SC’s only female magician performs on ETV

Sarah Straney, SC

Sarah Straney, SC More...

Costumer selects costumes from Washington Opera Company

For costumer Janet Kile, plundering through the costume room at the Washington Opera Company this summer was a grownup version of playing dress More...

Hall of Fame pays tribute to Richland One alumni

The Partners In Education Foundation will present The Richland One Hall of Fame. The black-tie gala hosted by WIS TV anchor and Richland One graduate Craig Melvin will honor the first eight Richland One Hall of Fame inductees. More...