November 11, 2005 RSS feed / News

Five Points shop owner helps clean up after Hurricane Katrina

Debbie McDaniel, owner of Revente consignment shop, recently spent five days in Metairie, LA revitalizing Prima Donna More...

Celebrate Freedom burns the skies

The weekend of October 29 and 30, I went to the Celebrate Freedom Festival in Camden. When I first walked in, the first thing I saw was a huge C130 Hercules towering over all the other aircraft and war machines. More...

Remember Melvin Purvis

Alston Purvis, son of Melvin Purvis, is coming to his home state to promote his latest book, More...

Veteran’s Day

Their precious service; our renewed obligation

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Review Spooky Hollow on Halloween

What do three school boys, a German immigrant, the director of Homeless and Youth Programs at the Cooperative Ministries, a PhD student in biomedical science, and a fine Paso Fino Mare have in common? More...

Columbia woodworkers show canoes in Georgetown

Jeffrey Coleman has been skilled at woodworking for many years. His youngest son, Jonathon, has picked up some tips from him. In the last six months, Jeff and Jonathon have built two canoes in their backyard shed. More...

Columbia Children’s Theatre’s presents Frosty Returns

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