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Food Truck Friday hosted in Springdale, April 15

Food Truck Friday hosted in Springdale, April 15

The Town of Springdale has rescheduled its Food Truck Friday for Friday (April 15) from 4-8 p.m. at 2909 Platt Springs Road in Springdale. Food trucks in Sprindale wil be: Scott Benny’s, the BBQ Bus, KC Hotdogs, Carolina Cookin’, and Carol and Lorraine’s Grill on Wheels. “They’ll be serving up a number of their best dishes,” said Jeff Stillwell, Town […]

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Airport Junior Carlee Vella to throw out first pitch of Fireflies’ game

Airport Junior Carlee Vella to throw out first pitch of Fireflies’ game

Airport Junior Carlee Vella will throw out the first pitch at the Columbia Fireflies game Friday evening (April 15.) Carlee won an essay contest through The Arc of the Midlands. As a part of the recognition for winning the essay contest, she was selected to throw out the first pitch at the game. Carlee was surprised with the Fireflies tickets […]

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Cayce’s Tartan Day South drew 10,000

Cayce’s Tartan Day South drew 10,000

The City of Cayce is celebrating another successful Tartan Day South event, despite tricky weather last week. Tartan Day South, and collection of Highland Games, bands, food and other attractions was held at the Historic Columbia Speedway. The event had another big year, drawing around 10,000 people, from 21 states. And that’s not including vendors, athletes, or performers. John Banks, Tartan […]

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Northside Middle School recognizes Students-of-the-Month

Northside Middle School recognizes Students-of-the-Month

Northside Middle School recognized the Students-of-the- Month in March. They are: Jacob Hewitt. Idalia Martinez, and Aden Blackmon. Nick Shelly, right, West Columbia State farm Insurance agent, sponsors the NMS Student-of-the-Month. He is pictured with NMS Principal Lisa Davis, left.

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Airport High Educational Foundation Alumni Gala

Airport High Educational Foundation Alumni Gala

Airport High School Educational Foundation 2016 Educator Hall of Fame and Distinguished Alumni Gala   Airport High School Educational Foundation (AHSEF) hosts an annual auction  benefiting Airport High Schoo. AHSEF is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. AHSEF has given over $210,000 in scholarship growth and grants. Almost 100% of the money raised is given in scholarships and grants, as all administrative expenses are kept […]

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Airport High School Drill Team excels in competition

Airport High School Drill Team excels in competition

The Airport High School Drill Team competed against 90 of the Best Army JROTC Drill Team from across the country at the Army National High School Drill Team Championship on April 9 (Sat.) in Louisville, Ky. CSM Harry S. Ferguson is the JROTC Instructor. Placement: 1st Place Solo Exhibition (National Champion Edwin Torres) 3rd Place Platoon Regulation w/Arms 3rd Place […]

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Cayce researcher seeks breast cancer survivors for USC study

Cayce researcher seeks breast cancer survivors for USC study

A USC cancer researcher working closet to home. Dara Brown is a Cayce resident and part of a research team at the College of Nursing at the University of South Carolina. “We are conducting a research study in partnership with the American Cancer Society involving breast cancer survivors becoming more physically active,” Brown said. Brown said the study is the […]

by · April 13, 2016 · 0 comments · NEWS
Springdale may change chicken keeping ordinance

Springdale may change chicken keeping ordinance

  Are changing coming to the chicken-keeping policy in Springdale? Springdale Town Council passed first reading of an ordinance that would change the rule for chickens to be kept inside the town’s limits. The ordinance passed at council’s April 5 meeting, according to Mayor Michael Bishop, who published the information in his Mayor’s Message. In accordance with the ordinance, there […]

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West Columbia water safe, despite unsatisfactory rating

West Columbia water safe, despite unsatisfactory rating

West Columbia’s drinking water remains is clean and safe to drink. That report comes after the West Columbia water plant system, at Lake Murray, received an unsatisfactory rating after a Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) inspection in late March. Three of four pumps that provide chlorine into the water system were not working, according to DHEC. The chlorine disinfects […]

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Lexington 2 announces Junior Scholars for 2015-16

Lexington 2 announces Junior Scholars for 2015-16

Lexington School District 2 has released its list of 2015-2016 Junior Scholars The South Carolina Junior Scholars Program was developed by the South Carolina Department of Education to identify eighth grade students with exceptional academic talent and to develop strategies for inclusion into special programs. The Junior Scholars are: Busbee Center Academy for the Arts Paw Der Asher Kay Fulmer […]

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