February 25, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Accident horrifies artist

If it had happened to me, I would hope somebody would have done the same for me.

Of all the artists who have created works for the first phase of Paint Five Points, none has put as much into the project as Eileen Blyth. More...

The Power Company

SC

Showtimes: February 25 and 26, 7:30 pm. Venue: More...

On Second Thought

Don’t sleep through a revolution

One of Dr. Martin Luther King More...

Letters to the editor Keep telling it like it is

Flabbergasted is the only word I can invoke to describe my reaction to CanalSide. Then, I remembered had it not been for More...

Thirty–something speaks

It used to be easier to bleed

The last time I gave blood was 1988. I was a senior in high school and my reasons for giving were less than honorable. Unfortunately, I had the teenage notion the world revolved around me, so I wasn More...

Government / Neighborhood

Temple Ligon’s City Notebook Columbia City Council work session • February 23 • 9 am

Roll call City council convened for its work session this Wednesday morning at 9, third floor of City Hall. All council members were present: Tameika Isaac Devine, Hamilton Osborne, E. W. More...

Education

Senate resolution honors Hand Middle School’s achievements

Marisa Vickers, principal of Hand Middle School, receives a Senate Resolution from Sen. John Courson recognizing students More...

Art department is bursting at the seams

There is more to art than meets the eye. The professors at the McMaster Gallery and USC Art building thrive on this concept. More...

Hammond student’s artwork appears on RCPL calendar

Artwork by Danielle Cantey, a fifth grader at Hammond School, was chosen from 100 submissions from several Richland County schools because of its composition and vibrant colors. More...

Sports

Athletes of the Week

(Individual points scored in parenthesis) A.C. Flora girls More...

Girls’ basketball

Dreher and A.C. Flora high schools continued their basketball seasons into the second round of the SC High School League post season. The Lower Richland girls went out quickly. More...

Public Notices

Public Notices

NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED VEHICLES/ PUBLIC SALE The following vehicles were ordered towed by Law Enforcement and no one has claimed these vehicles as of More...

Notice of Application

Notice is hereby given that Sung Su, Inc., Kim More...

Notice of Application

Notice is hereby given that Anesfia James intends to apply to the South Carolina Department of Revenue for a license/permit that will allow the sale off premises consumption of Beer, and Wine only, at 2204 Two Notch Rd., Columbia, SC 29204. More...

Dark days at Mr. Bunky’s Sunshine is gone

She was the gentlest and sweetest bird I More...

Richland One bids farewell to its leader

When the horse dies, get off. After the mountains, more mountains. More...

Students from 12 Midlands’ high schools present

Grease

Students from 12 area high schools across the Midlands are participating in the Paschal Academy of Music More...

News

After the mountains, more mountains

Richland One bids farewell to superintendent

Dr. Ronald L. Epps resigned in January from his position as superintendent of Richland One schools to join the California More...

McKissick exhibits

Vennie Deas More...

The bloody truth

Rotary and Red Cross celebrate I Give Regularly

This past Wednesday, February 22, the Columbia Rotary Club and the American Red Cross celebrated the More...

Business

Time Warner’s Digital Phone provides options for telephone service

For over a year now, Columbia residents have had a new choice in home phone service, Digital Phone from Time Warner Cable. More...

UTi Worldwide announces contract between Columbia’s UTi Integrated Logistics and Wal–Mart

Today UTi Worldwide Inc. (Nasdaq: UTIW) announced the signing of a contract with Wal-Mart Stores East, L.P. (an affiliate of Wal More...

Society

Business Briefs

From 7:30 till 11 am this Saturday, February 26, the Columbia Kiwanis Club is serving pancakes at Eastminster Presbyterian for $5. The food is good and the cause is great, Carolina Children More...

Dreher High School student’s essay wins DAR award

Dreher High School Senior Mary Elizabeth Ward presented her winning citizenship essay last Saturday at a luncheon meeting of the University Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. More...

Obituaries

Vivian Bignon COLUMBIA Funeral services for Vivian H. Bignon, 88, were held Saturday, February 19, 2005, at Kilbourne Park Baptist Church, with burial in Greenlawn Memorial Park. Dunbar Funeral Home, Devine Street Chapel, was in charge. More...

Events

Around the Town

Church/Charity Spring Valley Baptist Church will present More...

Travel

Coming to America

Part 3: African discovers his roots

Dr. Camara and the horse, Sam, after a carriage ride through historic Beaufort. More...

Beauty in the Backyard

USC Dance Department and the Sumter County Cultural Commission present

Catharsis

This ballet is about recovering from dark periods such as war, breakups, diseases, and obtaining inner peace. It More...

Construction on Owens Field Airport nearing completion by summer 2005

Owens Field Renovation Estimated Schedule

Early March, 2005 More...

“Pack the Lunch Box with Dollars” kicks off annual March for Meals Campaign

The SC Student Loan Corporation will kick off this year More...