March 17, 2017 RSS feed / Society

Frances Oldham Kelsey persisted

Eight years ago, when I was touring New Zealand, I walked into a travel agency and was greeted politely by the middle-aged receptionist. More...

Personal Journal Writing as Living History

Writing in a personal journal isn’t new or unusual. Keeping a journal may be one of the oldest forms of writing in the world. More...

S.C. United Teal and White raises cervical cancer awareness

More than 100 members of the South Carolina United Teal & White initiative demonstrated their support for cervical cancer awareness and prevention January 18 at the South Carolina State House in Columbia. More...

City urges recognition of Earth Hour

The City of Columbia urges citizens to participate in Earth Hour at 8:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Saturday, March 25, 2017 to joining hundreds of millions of other cities, businesses, and organizations across the globe. More...

Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Impact

As I think about Women’s History Month and the women who affected my life, they weren’t political figures or loud women shouting into a crowd. They were just the opposite. My heroes are everyday women. More...

Granby Chapter DAR tours S.C. State House

On Wednesday, March 8, 2017, 12 members of the Granby Chapter DAR toured the State House. More...

Capital Rotary inducts new member

Past president David Boucher and sponsor Darren Foy join in ceremonies inducting Walker Williams into the Capital Rotary Club. More...