September 15, 2017 RSS feed / Society

I’m Every Woman Awards presented at Palmetto Capital City Classic Luncheon

Hundreds of people came out to the Palmetto Capital City Classic Luncheon, held September 11 at Brookland Baptist Church. The PCCC Committee did not crown a queen at this year’s luncheon. More...

Spring Valley graduate serves aboard guided missile cruiser in Japan

A Columbia native and 2015 Spring Valley High School graduate is serving in the U.S. More...

Capital Rotary donations help feed hungry kids

Capital Rotary president Blake DuBose presents a $1,000 check supporting child feeding to Denise Holland, CEO of Harvest Hope Food Bank. More...

Calming our inner storms

As I sit at my computer writing this article, Hurricane Irma is barreling our way. Fear and confusion keep interrupting my train of thought and need to concentrate. More...

Mother donates supplies, honors deceased son’s life

Remembering Brandon LaVar Byrd Foundation

In honor of the ten-year anniversary of the death of her youngest son, Cynthia Byrd decided to take an unfortunate event and use it to support what was most important to him. More...

NSDAR witnesses signing of proclamation

September 17, 2017 marks the 230th year of the signing of the United States Constitution. More...

Lexington County Council mayor proclaims Constition Week with Granby DAR Chapter

Several of the members of Granby DAR Chapter were able to attend the Lexington Town Council Meeting Tuesday evening September 5, 2017. More...

Minor League Baseball honors local Rotarian

Capital Rotarian Abby Naas has been named Female Executive of the Year for the South Atlantic League. Naas joined the staff of the Columbia Fireflies minor league baseball team in January 2015 as marketing and public relations vice president. More...

Flooded with support

Not by choice, but I have become somewhat of an expert on storm survival. Texans have Harvey. Floridians will have Irma. My daughter and I had the 1000-Year Flood. More...