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1980: Orange pants and interceptions undo Gamecocks

It had been a rough year for the Clemson Tigers as they went into the 1980 season finale against the South Carolina Gamecocks. The Tigers stumbled into the contest having lost four of their past five games. On the other sideline, the Gamecocks had won six of their past seven games and were ranked 15th in the nation. The Tigers […]

Public Notices

NOTICE OF LIEN SALE Storage Express will hold a public sale to enforce a lien imposed on said property, as directed below, pursuant to the South Carolina Self Storage Facility Act, SC Code Sections 39-20-10 to 39-20-50. There will be a sealed bid sale on September 21, 2011 at 10:00 AM at Storage Express located at 3400 Broadriver Road, Columbia, […]

Owl volleyball taking flight

Under the direction of Caylee Snelling, new head coach for the Timmerman girls’ volleyball team, the Owls prepared for their 2011 season by participating in a skills camp August 15-17. Players underwent a rigorous training period with drills designed to develop defensive skills, blocking techniques, ball control, and serving. The Lady Owls began their season August 25 against Glenforest. Pictured […]

Heathwood hires former USC swimmer

Heathwood Hall Episcopal School has hired former South Carolina Gamecock swimmer Christian Kata to its staff. Kata takes over coaching duties for the Highlander swim team before the upcoming 2011- 12 season. With numerous athletic and academic achievements to his credit, Christian’s background made him the ideal choice for Heathwood Hall. Athletic director Jeff Whalen said, “ We are very […]

Stars fly high in the mountains

Eighth graders lead Skyhawks

The Hammond Skyhawks girls’ tennis team enters the 2011 season following a solid 2010 campaign. Hammond finished with an 8-4 regular season record and went 2-1 in the playoffs defeating Orangeburg Prep and Wilson Hall in the first two rounds before falling to eventual State Champion Ashley Hall. Head coach Bernie McGuire hopes to build off the successful season in […]

B-C/Airport rivalry continues to evolve

For residents of Cayce and West Columbia, the last Friday in August has come to stand for one thing: Brookland Cayce vs. Airport. It is a rivalry that dates back to 1966. Twice a year these two rivals meet on the gridiron, once at Airport Stadium and the other at The Cage. Over the last 45 years, this rivalry has […]

Cavaliers sink scrappy Blue Devils in opener

Coach Josh Stepp’s scrappy Dreher Blue Devils will have to wait at least another week. A 37-yard touchdown run by senior James Huggins early in the fourth quarter gave the Devils hope, but Richland Northeast answered with two scores later in the period to defeat Dreher, 28- 13, in the season opener for both teams Thursday, August 18 at Memorial […]

Ann Brodie’s Carolina Ballet 2011/2012 Season

The Breath of Life Celebrating the 400th Anniversary of the King James Bible And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life – Genesis 2.7 September 23, 24, and 25, 7:30 p.m., limited seating, reservations required Tickets—Adults: $10; students: $5 For tickets and reservations call 771-6303 CMFA ArtSpace, […]

Columbia Music Festival Association presents The 30th Annual Ye Olde Liz Wessels Pub Night

Columbia Music Festival Association ( CMFA) will hold the 30th annual Lize Wessels PUB NIGHT, February 4, 2012, at 7: 30 p. m. at the CMFA Arts- Space. 914 Pulaski Street, Columbia, SC. Tickets for the event are $25 per person in advance and $30 at the door. Tickets may be reserved in advance by calling the CMFA at 771-6303. […]