July 1, 2005 RSS feed / News

Columbia poverty director speaks in Mexico

Dr. Leo Richardson, executive director of the SC Institute on Poverty and Deprivation, spoke to the Second Annual International Conference, More...

Kiwanian receives Carl B. Hyatt Award

Gina McCuen received the Carl B. Hyatt Award at the recent Carolinas District Kiwanis Mid More...

Five Points Rotarians meet in Chicago for international convention

Over 40,000 Rotarians from around the world gathered in Chicago from June 19 More...

Ben Lippen student represents the US

Tabitha Hartgrove loves people. She believes in people. That More...

History Day is not just one day

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The Animal Mission needs you

Thousands of animals are homeless, lost, mistreated, or abandoned each year in the Midlands, but The City of Columbia Animal Shelter and The Animal Mission continue to take great strides to control our growing pet population. As the non More...

USC professor’s work makes the cover of Ceramics Monthly

Two ceramic sculptures by USC associate professor Virginia Scotchie were featured on the cover of Ceramics Monthly last month and in a story in the magazine. The story, More...

Pageant raises money for 82,000 children

MiKayla Turner, daughter of Barbara and Elbert Turner of Columbia, was named Wee Miss Tiny Tot SC Sweetheart, Wee Miss Tiny Tot SC Cutest Baby Face, and also first runner More...