October 22, 2004 RSS feed / Society

Adluh Flour holds 19th Annual Pig Pickin’

(l) Stan Minemier, sales director for Adluh Flour, and Jack Edgerton, president of Adluh Flour, thank their guests for coming to the 19th Annual Pig Pickin More...

Nickelodeon Theatre celebrates 25th anniversary with Silver Screen Gala

Nickelodeon members and guests voted for their favorite movie picks during last week More...

SCPA Award Winning Columnist Mike Cox It’s not a criticism, it’s an observation. Arrests get younger and younger

When my youngest was eight, he was a trouble More...

The little things

Here is a soldier stationed in Iraq, stationed in a sand box. He asked his wife to send him dirt, fertilizer, and some grass seeds so he can have the sweet aroma and feel the grass beneath his feet.He is cutting the grass with a pair of scissors. More...

Obituaries

Deaths

Melissa White COLUMBIA A memorial service for Melissa White, 62, was held Wednesday at 3 pm at Lexington United Methodist Church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. More...

Sistercare names Outstanding Volunteer of the Year

Volunteers of Sistercare, Inc. were the honored guests at a special luncheon Thursday, September 9, 2004. Jimmy Stevenson,owner of Leaside and Southern Way Catering, received the Outstanding Volunteer of the Year Award. More...

Mabel Kelly Williams celebrates 102 years

St. Paul More...

Author seeks to heal mothers and daughters

Cassie Premo Steele believes writing is a way to heal

Cassie Premo Steele More...

Letters to the editor Only publish the serious stuff

Recently, the article, The dogs ate my passport More...

Penny tax soaks the poor

On November 2, voters of Richland County will decide whether to raise the prices of goods and services by some $62 million or more per year. That More...

Letter to the editor Learn the truth about SAT scores

The SC Policy Council (SCPC) in its August 2004 edition of More...