August 5, 2011 RSS feed / News

Eastminster hears news of Ethiopian school

Eastminster Presbyterian Church and the school Bethel Evangelical Secondary School (BESS) in Ethiopia have a long relationship. More...

Adopt an adult pet

As summer slowly winds down, vacations are taken and families start to gear back up for school, pet adoptions tend to slow down a little in local shelters. Yet, this is a time of year when there are plenty of animals available. More...

AYUSA seeks host families

Academic Year in the United States of America ( AYUSA) Global Youth Exchange has provided American high school students and their families opportunities to host students from other nations opening doors to lasting friendships across cultures and incr More...

A Columbia Star columnist is a gift

Julia Roger Hook is a gift. Please keep her brilliant columns coming ... thanks so much!  This Gamecock is far from home and much appreciates the connection.  Kimberly King-Burns   More...

Columbian witnesses final landing

Every time a space shuttle has come back from space, it has been as the world’s most- expensive and most-sophisticated glider. More...

Sexual Trauma Services partners with USC to evaluate Youth Violence Prevention Program

Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands (STSM) is in the process of evaluating its Youth Violence Prevention Program ( YVPP), and the results are promising. More...

Make an arrangement to save lives

The American Red Cross and Edible Arrangements ® are partnering during the month of August to “Make an Arrangement to Help Save Lives.”  More...

Matthew J. Perry

A giant has passed from one realm to another

Over his 90 years of life, like the prophet of old, Matthew J. Perry ruled wisely, loved mercy, and walked humbly with his God. More...

Salvation Army Food Pantry needs donations

In this economy, some families face a difficult choice of either paying their utility bill or purchasing food. But this doesn’t have to be the case. More...