May 11, 2018 RSS feed / Society

Valerie Ann Bush

Valarie Ann Bush, whose feisty personality, strict moral code, and love of flip-flops were her trademarks in life, died of a heart attack Monday, April 30. She was 63. Valarie was born March 5, 1955, in Gloucester, Massachusetts. More...

Kensington open for tours

International Paper and Historic Columbia announced plans to open Kensington, located on the property of IP’s Eastover, S.C. Paper Mill, for public tours June 9, 2018. More...

May the Fourth be with You

Rotary night with the Fireflies

Capital Rotarian Abby Naas was in costume and armed with a light saber for “Star Wars Night” at the Columbia Fireflies baseball game Friday, May 4. More...

HR Manager, author, and vocalist joins Capital Rotary Club

Dr. Daniel Moses (l) was inducted into Capital Rotary Club by his sponsor, club president Blake DuBose, in late April. More...

Gov. Robert Gibbes Chapter, National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century, to present program on Quilts of Valor

Gifted with her hands, Stephanie Alexander has dedicated her talent as a quilter in fellowship with other volunteers to honor military veterans for their service by gifting them with “Quilts of Valor,” in warm appreciation for their servi More...

Enagage at every age

Genius physicist Albert Einstein said life is like riding a bicycle—To keep your balance, you must keep moving. More...

Lucy Hampton Bostick Award nominations sought

Richland Library Friends and Foundation to honor local, literary giant

Do you know someone who has made a difference in the literary world? The Richland Library Friends and Foundation wants to hear from you. The organization is accepting nominations for the 2018 Lucy Hampton Bostick Award. More...

Before I was myself you made me, me

Mother’s Day Poem  Before I was myself you made me, me With love and patience, discipline, and tears, Then bit by bit stepped back to set me free, Allowing me to sail upon my sea, Though well within the headlands of you More...