Lexington School District Two Board Member ElizaBeth “Beth” Branham was elected as secretary-treasurer of the National School Boards Association (NSBA) Board of Directors during the NSBA Delegate Assembly on Friday in Denver, Co. Branham is past president of the South Carolina School Boards Association and previous NSBA Southern Region Director. Becky Bean, communications manager for the S.C. School Boards Association, announced […]
Articles by: Terry Ward
Mr. Nick Shelly, left, of Nick Shelly State Farm Insurance sponsors the Northside Middle School Students-of-the-Month program. Those students are: (left-to-right) Mary Kendall D., Taylor D., Gracin R., Abby B., Tina D, Renizsha W.
The City of West Columbia is participating in the following Tartan Day South Events: Kirkin’ of the Tartans on Sunday (April 2) Celtic Movie Night on Thursday (March 30) Those events will be held at the West Columbia Riverwalk Amphitheater.. Public parking for the Tartan Day Events will be available at the following locations (map attached with parking areas circled […]
A sure sign of spring is the opening of the Cayce Farmer’s Market. There is a stock of seasonal are plants and produce with more on the way, Expect tropicals to arrive this week.
Tartan Day South has grown to a first-class festival. And it’s supported by the City of Cayce and the City of West Columbia. If you don’t think it’s big ask John Banks. Banks is the tourism director for the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce. He has been with Tartan Day South, as a promoter since 2011, the year it […]
AT&T Fiber is now available in parts of Cayce. “The 100 percent fiber network from AT&T will contribute to our growing economy and high quality of life in Cayce,” said Cayce Mayor Elise Partin. “Access to high-speed internet will help create new jobs, grow small businesses and improve access to educational opportunities.” The Columbia area is one of 51 metro […]
Repairs are underway on the Cayce Riverwalk. Beginning Monday (March 27) repair work will begin in Phase 1 of the Riverwalk. Repair work will be done from the northernmost point of Riverwalk (at the West Columbia Riverwalk entrance) south to Deliesseline Street. From March 27 through April 5, this section will be temporarily closed. This section will re-open on the […]
The time for the funeral has been announced for the four members of the Kelly Family killed in a fire last Tuesday. The funeral is scheduled for 1 p.m. on Monday, at Trinity Baptist Church in Cayce. Visitation will be held before the service from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Scott and Amanda Kelly, the parents with two children, Elizabeth, 9, and […]
Transportation closed the bridge on Leaphart Road that crosses Interstate 26, in West Columbia, near mile marker 110, Friday. Crews are installing the closed and detour route signs immediately. The closure is necessary because a vehicle struck the bridge earlier Frida. SCDOT inspectors discovered significant structural damage that poses a threat to motorists on the bridge as well as I-26. […]
Leonard Dale Harley, Sr., 76, of West Columbia, SC passed away Thursday, March 23, 2017. He was born in West Columbia, SC to the late James “Alburn” and Leola Spires Harley. Dale was a longtime member of Platt Springs UMC, were he once was very involved with the youth group and Boy Scouts. He was a member of the West […]