June 1, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

News

Duvall discusses numerous issues at CCN

Columbia City Councilman Howard Duvall covered a myriad of issues at the Columbia Council of Neighborhoods meeting Thursday, May 24. More...

Voters cast absentee ballots for June primaries

Absentee voting for the Statewide Primaries is underway at county elections offices throughout the state. More...

Richland-Lexington Airport District announces new executive director

The Richland-Lexington Airport District has promoted Michael A. Gula, A.A.E., to the position of executive director of the Columbia Metropolitan Airport ( CAE) after a national recruitment initiative.  More...

Business

Richland Library and Family Connection of South Carolina partner on LOOK! Forward Photography Exhibit

The 2018 LOOK! Forward Photography Exhibit opens June 2 at the newly renovated Richland Library Main, 1431 Assembly Street. More...

U. S. News – Best Lawyers introduces comprehensive lawyer directory

U. S. News & World Report, the global authority in rankings and consumer advice, and Best Lawyers®, the world’s only purely peer-review™ guide to top talent in the legal profession, today unveiled the U. S. More...

Colliers International Dealmakers: Recent purchases, sales, leases, and investments

Colliers International in South Carolina has announced the following select recently completed commercial real estate transactions:  Mary Winter Teaster represented Northeast Medical Development Group in the lease of 710 Rabon Road to Palmetto More...

Society

Miss Laffitte and Mr. Hill exchange wedding vows May 26

Mr.and Mrs. Timothy Daniel Hill were married May 26, 2018, in Aiken, South Carolina. The marriage was announced by Dr. and Mrs. Moses Tucker Laffitte III, the bride’s parents of Columbia, South Carolina.  More...

The Memory Tree

By Jim Brantley  May 2018  We had our class reunion And to those who heard the call We gathered all at Rockbridge A good time was had by all  55 years and counting From Dreher High '63 After four short years of More...

Mary “Mimi” Montgomery Maddock

Mary “ Mimi” Montgomery Maddock, 74, passed away May 26, 2018, after succumbing to pancreatic cancer. As always, she was surrounded by family and friends. More...

Events

Historic Columbia June 2018 Events

• Saturday Stroll: Heathwood— Saturday, June 2, 2–3 p.m. Tour begins at Heathwood Park Join Historic Columbia for a Saturday Stroll, presented by Seed Architecture, through the Heathwood neighborhood. More...

Events

•ART  Columbia Art Center will celebrate the Indian culture Thursday, June 7 with dancing, music, food, and more at Columbia Art Center, 1227 Taylor Street, Suite C, 6–8 p.m. 803-545-3093.  •CITY   More...

Home & Garden

Pollinator Friendly Family

Stopping to smell the flowers

While traveling tree-lined Blossom Street in Shandon one right of way is daringly different than all the rest. No large oak trees, no monoculture lawn, and no leaf litter. More...

Star Chefs

Quick & Easy

Quick Beef Stir Fry   More...

Travel

Winederlust

Wines of Spain: Red, White, and Green!

As the most widely planted wine producing nation with over 2.9 million acres under vine, Spain vies France and Italy as a powerhouse producer of wine. More...

Lithuania, a new democracy, a new friend

Part 10: Who’s Who in Soviet Art

Grutas Park, usually called Stalin World, is a horrible place. The heroes of Lithuania’s Soviet era are frozen in time and lined up for all to see. More...

On Second Thought

Historic Columbia’s Summer Camp ’68

Historic Columbia’s summer day camp is back for two sessions of fun and education.  History will come to life at Summer Camp ’68 through interactive activities and exploration of the gardens, grounds, and houses of Historic Columbia. More...

Quirky Crimes in the Capital City

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What publishers can do about newsprint tariffs

So it’s time to get to the core of the [newsprint tariff ] issue— what can we do about it? More...

Commentary

Old Phones and New Phones

During the most recent gathering of Coxes, personal communication devices made the long weekend a rousing success. We coordinated flights and picked up arriving passengers. More...

Plato, Aristotle... and my mom?

40–Something

My mom was quite the philosopher; although, her quips of wisdom were closer to Yogi Berra’s style than Aristotle’s.  More...

Remembering Mimi

I’m just saying...

The “Star” of The Columbia Star has left us.  Mimi Maddock, our boss, our colleague, and most of all, our friend, passed away this week after a brief but brave battle with pancreatic cancer.  More...

Education

Airport High School’s JROTC team places second at national championship

Airport HIgh School’s Army JROTC drill team brought home another top honor recently, finishing second overall in the nation at the National High School Drill Team Championship. More...

Richland One offers children free meals this summer

Again this summer, Richland One will be offering free meals to children in conjunction with the federally funded Summer Food Service Program. More...

Two Richland One seniors achieve perfect attendance

Even at five or six years old, Allen Myers believed in setting longterm goals. More...

Sports

Skyhawks reloading for 2018

The Hammond Skyhawks finished the 2017 season in a familiar position, on top of SCISA 3A mountain. It was a fitting ending for seniors like Corbett Glick, Lucas Prickett, and Isaac Mikell. More...

Heathwood Hall ahead of schedule in 2018

It has been a whirlwind few weeks for Heathwood Hall head coach Danny Lewis as he continues the transition for the Highlanders football program. Lewis takes over for Marcus Lattimore. He also becomes Heathwood Hall’s third coach in four years. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Summer in Soda City heralds hilarious hijinks when Columbia Children’s Theatre presents The Commedia Emperor's New Clothes

Summer is here and that means The Spaghetti and Meatball Players will return to Columbia Children’s Theatre (CCT) in full force with their rendition of The Commedia Emperor’s New Clothes, June 9-17. More...

CMA Global Sunday series celebrates world perspectives

Free program features artist meet and greet, art activities, and performance from Latin Caravan

The Columbia Museum of Art will present the third edition of CMA Global Sunday, a day of free activities focused on global art and music, Sunday, June 10. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Master’s Sales

MASTER'S SALE  More...

Public Notices

NOTICE AND ORDER  OF HEARINg  (For Publication)  STATE OF  WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT  COURT, FOND DU  More...

Storage Auctions

NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given pursuant to Chapter 20 of South Carolina State Lien Law, Prime Storage – Newland located at 110 Newland Road, Columbia SC 29229 intends to hold an auction of the goods stored in the following units in defau More...