October 7, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

On Second Thought

Thirty–something speaks

Out of the closet

An interesting thing happened to me the other day. My youngest daughter had a soccer game last Saturday morning, and as is usually the case, we were running late. My wife was off somewhere doing what she does to get ready. My two More...

It’s not a criticism, it’s an observation.

Congress and Big Oil love our addiction

During the More...

Parking Nazi meets with neighbors

Residents of this bedroom community were becoming more fearful each day of the man they dubbed the More...

Business

Star Profile

Rising High

Knowing as much about business as could be expected from a college major in classics and history, an Orvis store employee in Jackson Hole, and a dedicated duck hunter and devoted environmentalist, Kirkman Finlay became the owner of Rising High, the t More...

Hydrogen power consumes entire Engenuity ’05 Annual Leadership Conference

Tuesday afternoon, October 4, a few hundred registered guests sat for five hours in the convention center to see and hear the latest in hydrogen power and fuel cells and their collateral connections to commerce. More...

Briefs

Hedge your bets and your debts Hedge funds, practically unregulated high More...

Society

Miss Minor and Mr. Cobb exchange vows in Camden

Joan Celeste Minor and Charles Nathaniel Cobb were married Saturday, October 1, 2005, at Aberdeen in Camden, South Carolina. The 6 pm ceremony was performed by the Rev. Robert F. Gabriel. More...

Miss Horvath and Mr. Roth wed at Duke University

Juliann Elizabeth Horvath and David Martin Roth were married Saturday, September 10 at 2 pm on the campus of Duke University. The Rev. Tom Colley performed the double More...

Miss Gore and Mr. Clark marry August 27, 2005

Kathryn McCrae Gore and Derek McRay Clark were married August 27, 2005, at 5 pm at Shandon Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Ellen Skidmore officiating. More...

Events

Events

Animals

The US Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management More...

Beauty in the Backyard

What’s growing in Columbia

Mexican salvia or salvia leucantha is a popular plant with butterflies and hummingbirds. Also called the Mexican sage bush, it is a perennial plant that can grow up to four feet tall. It requires full sun. More...

Diamond

in the Columbia couple shows their Fairfield Farm October 23

Ruff Chandler and Toddie McNair More...

The Original Mystery Plant

Dr. John Nelson No, it More...

Hammond student gets big break

Kelsey Chow gets role on the WB

Kelsey Chow, a freshman at Hammond School, is grinning right now. More...

Gulf Coast law students settle at USC

Elizabeth Fisher was a happy newlywed who had only been settled in New Orleans for two weeks. More...

News

Wellness center at Still Hopes named after Marshall A. Shearouse

The much anticipated wellness center for Still Hopes has been named the Marshall A. Shearouse Center for Wellness in memory of a long More...

Storage shed rocks with singing and screaming

The Sumter Street Mini Storage is host to more than miscellaneous clutter. Music is made in many of the sheds that fill the concrete space by the railroad tracks off Whaley Street. More...

Columbia Choral Society welcomes new director

Dr. William Carswell of Coker College begins as the new music director and conductor of the Columbia Choral Society October 16

By Rachel Haynie Columbia Choral Society will welcome its new music director and conductor, Dr. William Carswell, at its first concert of the new cultural season October 16. More...

Government / Neighborhood

Restructuring commission close to conclusions

Last Tuesday afternoon, September 27, in the Municipal Association More...

Richland County Council Meeting • October 4 • 6 pm

Roll Call Members present were Anthony Mizzell, Doris Corley, Joyce Dickerson, Valerie Hutchinson, Damon Jeter, Paul Livingston, Joseph McEachern, Michael Montgomery, Greg Pearce, Bernice Scott, and Kit Smith. More...

Unprecedented efficiency: new program will reduce confusion and frustration

Richland County Treasurer David Adams thanked Patsy Knight of Dorchestor County for her championing the change, The new system allows citizens to receive their license plate decals and registration from the county treasurer More...

Education

Homecoming at Heathwood Hall

Heathwood Hall Episcopal School celebrated their 30th graduating class at their 2005 Homecoming Ceremonies Friday, September 30, during halftime of the game with Cardinal Newman School. More...

Sports

Heathwood defeats Cardinal Newman

The Cardinals marched across town to crush the Highlanders but instead received a disrespectable drubbing. Coach Van Lewis More...

Blazers no longer under the radar

Ridge View Head Coach Raymond Jennings says he and his Blazers would prefer to remain under the radar, but with a September 30th 10 More...

Quick Hits

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Travel

Under the Tuscan Spell

Part 17: Pienza, a doll house town

We arrived in Pienza at the beginning of their Festival of Flowers. The mayor and the chief of police were busy directing the placement of greenery around the main square, Piazza Pio II. More...

Public Notices

Public Notices

NOTICE OF LIEN SALE In accordance with the provisions of South Carolina State Law, there being due and unpaid charges for which the undersigned is entitled to satisfy an owner’s lien of the goods hereinafter described and stored at More...

SUMMONS IN THE PROBATE COURT

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF RICHLAND IN THE MATTERS OF SHERMORA ANTWONE JENKINS AND More...

Notice of Application

Notice is hereby given that Club Essence, LLC, intends to apply to the South Carolina Department of Revenue for a license/permit that will allow the sale on premises consumption of Beer, Wine, and Liquor at 8605 Two Notch Rd., Columbia, SC 29223. More...