Articles by: Terry Ward

WWII Pilot Murray Price speaks at Agape, West Columbia

WWII Pilot Murray Price speaks at Agape, West Columbia

Murray Price, a World War II Bomber Pilot, told a gathering at the Agape Rehabilitation Center what the war was like. Friday was the 68th anniversary of the US. Air Force, and Price, who flew 40 combat missions in WWII was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, two Battle Stars and seven medals. He marked the Air Force’s birthday with his […]

by · September 19, 2015 · 0 comments · NEWS
Airport defeats RNE, BC loses to Chapin

Airport defeats RNE, BC loses to Chapin

Airport defeated Richland Northeast 16-0 in Friday night high school football action. Chapin beat Brookland-Cayce 35-25. Airport and BC played at home. Airport’s win keeps the Eagles undefeated at 4-0. BC’s loss to Chapin drops the Bearcat’s record to 1-3.

by · September 19, 2015 · 0 comments · NEWS
Former USC football player, Demetrius Summers, arrested

Former USC football player, Demetrius Summers, arrested

Lexington County Sheriff’s Department narcotics agents have made two arrests after a month-long undercoverinvestigation. The sheriff’s department spokesman Adam Myrick announced the arrests, Friday in a release. Demetrius Summers and Latesha Boykin have been arrested on multiple drug and weapons charges. Both Summers and Boykin face charges for trafficking and distributing drugs, possession of a weapon during the commission of […]

by · September 18, 2015 · 0 comments · NEWS
House of Raeford, LICS bless mobile food pantry bus

House of Raeford, LICS bless mobile food pantry bus

Lexington Interfaith Community Services (LICS) along with the House of Raeford Farms Inc., FLOCK program held a “Blessing of the Bus” Friday. The bus is a “Mobile Food Pantry.” LICS serves 4,800 people-year in its Food For Living (FFL) program. The FFL program provides food on a monthly basis for the elderly, veterans, the disabled, and their families. The Mobile Food […]

by · September 18, 2015 · 0 comments · NEWS
BC hosts Chapin, Burnett to start for Airport

BC hosts Chapin, Burnett to start for Airport

Airport hosts Richland-Northeast Friday night and Chapin will be at Brookland-Cayce.  BC Head Coach Rusty Charpia said Chapin may be the best 3A team in the state.  “They are the best team we’ve played this year,” Charpia said.  “They have a lot of good players.  He also said based on history the game could be close.  “I’ve played them four […]

by · September 18, 2015 · 0 comments · NEWS
Charles Warren, 10, honored at Lexington 2 Board meeting

Charles Warren, 10, honored at Lexington 2 Board meeting

State Sen. Nikki Setzler and Rep. Kenny Bingham were on hand at the Lexington School District 2 Board meeting, Thursday, to formally commend Charles Warren. Warren, a fifth-grader at Saluda River Academy for the Arts help save the life of an 87-year-old woman two weeks ago. Setzler read a resolution to honor  warren and Bingham read a letter of recognition of Warren […]

by · September 18, 2015 · 0 comments · NEWS
Scooter Scott, of The Nehemiah Project, has died

Scooter Scott, of The Nehemiah Project, has died

Scooter Scott, Director  of The Nehemiah Project of Christ Central Ministries has died. Scott was diagnosed with cancer some time ago. The Nehemiah Project is a Christ-centered organization helping kids in middle and high school become future leaders of tomorrow. Scott was widely known for his work to improve the lives of people. Over the summer he was involved in a project to […]

by · September 17, 2015 · 5 comments · NEWS
Amazon advertises immediate openings, locally

Amazon advertises immediate openings, locally

Staff Management | SMX has immediate openings for Warehouse Associates at our client site in West Columbia. The immediate job openings are Full Time and Part Time . Apply online or stop by and apply in person.  Full Time Part Time All Shifts Overview of Warehouse Responsibilities: Receive and count stock items, and record data manually or using computer. Pack and unpack […]

by · September 17, 2015 · 0 comments · NEWS
West Columbia Police offering women’s self-defense

West Columbia Police offering women’s self-defense

West Columbia Police is holding a women’s self-defense meeting. It Sept. 24, at 6p.m. at the West Columbia Police Department on 12th Street. It will include a live exposure to a taser. Call Lt. John Norman at 936-6280 to reserve a spot.

by · September 17, 2015 · 0 comments · NEWS
Cayce to begin tearing down unsafe structures

Cayce to begin tearing down unsafe structures

Cayce City Council voted, Wednesday, to begin eliminating dilapidated structures. The city has appropriated $50,000 to demolish unsafe structures. With the vote Wednesday, the process to tear down building can begin. The Top 10 list of structures identified for demolition by the city. 1. 1107 Allen Street 2. 2811 Tree Street (old military barracks building) 3. 1414 Lafayette Avenue 4. […]

by · September 17, 2015 · 0 comments · NEWS