May 28, 2010 RSS feed / Society

Sargeant promoted

Sgt. Jamison Ganzy of Columbia, S.C., 1–178th Field Artillery Battalion, South Carolina Army National Guard, was promoted to Staff Sgt. May 18, 2010, at a ceremony at Camp Phoenix. More...

Shaggers raise $5000 for Harvest Hope

The Capital City Shag Extravaganza was hosted by the Capital City Shag Club, Columbia, SC, March 26 and 27, 2010, at the Medallion Center on Garners Ferry Road. More...

Miss Ida Dargan McMaster weds First Lieutenant Robert Edward Rain

First Lieutenant and Mrs. Robert Edward Rain were married May 15, 2010, at five o’clock in the afternoon at Laurel Spring Plantation in Green Pond, South Carolina. The marriage is announced by Mr. and Mrs. More...

SC Irish Arts Weekend June 4–5

The Redbird School of Irish Music presents the fourth annual SC Irish Arts Weekend featuring internationally renowned musicians— Randal Bays on fiddle and Pat Egan, guitar and Irish song. More...

Northeast Brass performs at EdVenture and Columbia Museum

Northeast Brass is one of the groups in Richland Northeast High School’s band program. More...

Columbia native retires from Coast Guard

Coast Guard Master Chief Petty Officer Richard M. Freeman, a native of Columbia, S.C., retired from the Coast Guard May 7, 2010, at a ceremony in Jacksonville concluding 30 years of service. More...

Columbian stands guard in Afghanistan

U. S. Army Sgt. More...

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Description: Rufus took off from his new adopter at the Petsmart on Harbison Blvd, if you see him please contact immediately. He is scared and may not come to you. Please don’t chase him if there is a chance he will run into traffic. More...

Miss Burnette and Mr. Taylor exchange vows May 22, 2010

Nola Elizabeth Burnette and William Richard Taylor were united in Christ in the Holy Covenant of Marriage on Saturday, May 22, 2010, at Christ Church of the Carolinas. The Reverend deTreville Franklin Bowers, Jr. More...

Petal Pushers installs officers

The May meeting of the Petal Pushers Garden Club was held at the Capital City Club. Katherine Matthews was the hostess. Co–hostesses were Dorothy Strickland and Joan Heard. More...

Vietnam photography exhibit to end May 29

After a successful three month showing, the exhibit Requiem: By the Photographers Who Died in Vietnam and Indochina will close May 29, 2010. More...