Saluda River Academy for the Arts receives Arts in Basic Curriculum grant

Saluda River Academy for the Arts was awarded the Arts in Basic Curriculum grant for $4,500 for the 2012-2013 school year. The grant, funded by the South Carolina Arts Commission, exists to “support schools, school districts, or Gifted & Talented Consortia committed to implementing standardsbased arts curricula and to make the arts an integral part of the basic curriculum and […]


All persons having claims against the following estates are required to deliver or mail their claims to the indicated Personal Representatives, appointed to administer these estates, and to file their claims on Form #371PC with the Probate Court of Richland County, the address of which is P.O. Box 192, Columbia, SC 29202, on or before the date that is eight […]

Public Notices

NOTICE OF LIEN SALE Plantation Storage will hold a public sale to enforce a lien imposed on units, as described below, pursuant to the South Carolina Self- Service Storage Facility Act, South Carolina Code 39-20-10 to 39-20-50. The sale will commence at 1:00 PM on Thursday, 21 June 2012, at Plantation Storage, 810 Sparkleberry Lane, Columbia, South Carolina, 29229. Management […]

Bearcat signs with Pioneers

Cardinal becomes a Hawk

Falcons face new foe…transition

Overview: Over the past two years, the Falcons have enjoyed record-breaking success including a 12-2 mark last season. Now comes the tough part of football: transition. Many key pieces of last year’s team advanced to the Lower State championship game must be replaced. There is no doubt that A.C. Flora head football coach Dean Howell has raised the standard for […]

Former Falcon turns success as a player into success as a coach

It almost seems like destiny for Tyrone Corbin to have success as head coach of the Utah Jazz. From the days he played for A.C. Flora High School, to his time at DePaul University, to his 15- year career in the National Basketball Association; Corbin has had the benefit of learning the game from legendary coaches. His basketball career began […]

The 25th Annual Celebration of Liberty to be July 1

First Baptist Church of Columbia will host the “25th Annual Carolina Celebration of Liberty” salute to the men and women from South Carolina who serve our country in the armed services. Every branch of the military will be represented. All veterans will be honored and a special tribute will be given to those who have given their lives in service […]


•ARTIn celebration of the 50th anniversary of thefounding of the American Studio GlassMovement, the Columbia Museum of Artshowcases a special exhibition, Born fromFire: American Studio Glass from the Collection, featuring more than 30 examples ofglass made by leaders in the movement.Born from Fire is on view through September 16 in the Mamie and Andrew Treadway,Jr., Gallery. The South Carolina State […]

McKissick Museum features ceramic exhibit by Walter B. Stephen

The University of South Carolina’s McKissick Museum will present the work of an artist considered among the most imaginative and beautiful in American ceramics. The exhibition Pisgah Forest and Nonconnah: The Potteries of Walter B. Stephen will run through July 27, 2012. Stephen was a gifted designer and craftsman with a remarkable range. Through the artistic influence of his mother […]