Articles by: Terry Ward

Fulmer Middle School to reopen, Wood Elementary name change, New Bridge moved, school building update

Fulmer Middle School to reopen, Wood Elementary name change, New Bridge moved, school building update

From Dawn Kujawa, Lexington Two Communications Director The 2019-20 school year will bring changes for some Lexington Two schools. Among them: Fulmer Middle: Fulmer will be moving back to its newly renovated campus at 1614 Walterboro St., West Columbia, for the start of the new school year. Renovations added a second story to the school as well as new classroom […]

by · July 17, 2019 · 0 comments · NEWS
West Columbia’s Hunter Helms, of Gray Collegiate, commits to play college football at Holy Cross

West Columbia’s Hunter Helms, of Gray Collegiate, commits to play college football at Holy Cross

West Columbia’s Hunter Helms, from Gray Collegiate Academy committed, Tuesday, to play college football at Holy Cross. Helms, a quarterback, will play his senior year at Gray in 2019. He will play in 2020 at Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass. It’s an FCS school. Helms said he took an official visit last week to Holy Cross. He also visited other […]

by · July 16, 2019 · 0 comments · NEWS
6 arrested on drug charges after home search, traffic stop

6 arrested on drug charges after home search, traffic stop

Lexington County narcotics agents have arrested six people on drug charges after tracking two wanted subjects to a home in Lexington. Deputies responded to the 100 block of Browning Court Friday after receiving tips about a woman wanted for a parole violation and a man wanted on a family court bench warrant selling drugs out of a house. “Investigators found […]

by · July 16, 2019 · 0 comments · NEWS
City of West Columbia Artisan Market opening soon – vendor registration info

City of West Columbia Artisan Market opening soon – vendor registration info

The City of West Columbia is opening an Artisan Market – at the Interactive Art Park- this Fall. Colleen Otte is the city’s contact person for matters regarding the Artisan Market. The market is intended to be open every Saturday from September 14, until Saturday, November 23. The market will be open to the public between 9 AM and 1 […]

by · July 16, 2019 · 0 comments · NEWS
Mary Brooks, Christy Henderson receive resolution from West Columbia for education

Mary Brooks, Christy Henderson receive resolution from West Columbia for education

The West Columbia Mayor and City Council presented Ms. Mary Brooks and Ms. Christy Henderson with a resolution, Monday, recognizing the Lexington Two Community Education Center for its service in the City of West Columbia and the city’s education community. Mayor Pro-Tem, Tem Miles- pictured- presented the award.

by · July 16, 2019 · 0 comments · NEWS
Nephron Pharmaceuticals signs up more than 650 teachers to work in auxiliary role

Nephron Pharmaceuticals signs up more than 650 teachers to work in auxiliary role

Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation has introduced an educator program. As a part of it, local teachers and administrators are paid $21 an hour for much needed auxiliary support of company operations. Nephron is just outside of Cayce, in Lexington County. The mission is to provide secondary income to these individuals teaching future leaders; while helping Nephron fill and complete orders. More […]

by · July 16, 2019 · 0 comments · NEWS
M.O.M. children’s consignment sale coming to Brookland Baptist

M.O.M. children’s consignment sale coming to Brookland Baptist

Multiples of the Midlands is a holding a clothing and equipment sale at Brookland Baptist Church in West Columbia. The name of the sale host is M.O.M. And the sale is for Children’s Clothing and Equipment. More information below:  Fall Sale More than 80 moms selling gently used infant and children’s clothes, maternity clothes, toys, equipment and more!You must be a member to […]

by · July 15, 2019 · 0 comments · NEWS
Truck overturns, spills bleach onto I-20, Saturday

Truck overturns, spills bleach onto I-20, Saturday

There was a vehicle and semi-truck collision at the 57 mile marker of I-20 eastbound, Saturday. Some lanes were closed for a while. The semi overturned, spilling several hundred gallons of bleach from its tanker. LCFS HAZMAT crews secured the scene, with traffic assistance from law enforcement, and began working to clean up the spill. SCDHEC was called in to […]

by · July 15, 2019 · 0 comments · NEWS
Cayce West Columbia Dixie Youth Baseball team wins State Championship

Cayce West Columbia Dixie Youth Baseball team wins State Championship

The Cayce West Columbia Dixie Youth Baseball team won the Division 2 Ozone State Championship, Friday. With the victory, Cayce-WestColumbia advances to the Dixie Youth World Series in Lumberton, NC. Cayce-West Columbia defeated Williamston 6-3 Friday to win the state championship. Cayce West Columbia defeated Johnsonville on Friday, too by a score of 10-0. The “O” Zone Division 2 – […]

by · July 13, 2019 · 2 comments · NEWS
Construction of West Columbia’s Enabling Park is progressing

Construction of West Columbia’s Enabling Park is progressing

Rising up from the ground, across from West Columbia’s Riverwalk is the new Enabling park. “You can see the walls, outlining the shape of the park,” said West Columbia City Councilman Tem Miles. He is eagerly anticipating the park’s opening. Miles has a daughter with special needs, and Miles is Mayor Pro-Tem. The park is being built in the district […]

by · July 12, 2019 · 0 comments · NEWS
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