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West Columbia chefs turn talents to turkey on Thanksgiving

West Columbia chefs turn talents to turkey on Thanksgiving

Some of the best food around can be found in West Columbia’s restaurants. But as Thanksgiving nears, the chefs who spend the year feeding their clientele, turn homeward. Not only is cooking their work, it’s a labor of love for their families. Terra’s Chef and Owner Mike Davis moved to moved to Charleston, after graduating from the University of Alabama, […]

by · November 16, 2017 · 0 comments · NEWS
Carolina Sinus Center cuts the ribbon in West Columbia

Carolina Sinus Center cuts the ribbon in West Columbia

Dr. Andrea Williams cuts the ribbon at the Carolina Sinus Center, 109 Midlands Court, Suite A, West Columbia. Dr. Williams and staff, on Monday, were welcomed by Dondee Lewis Board President of of the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber and Commerce. Also attending was Anna Huffman, public information officer for the City of West Columbia, along with many chamber members.

by · November 16, 2017 · 0 comments · NEWS
Results of West Columbia City Council District 5 race overturned by county election commission

Results of West Columbia City Council District 5 race overturned by county election commission

The Lexington County Election Commission has overturned the initial result in the West Columbia District 5 City Council race. And there will have to be another election to decide who represents the district, according to Dean Crepes, director of the Lexington County Elections office. Marland Hardy Mitchell appeared to be the winner, 76-to-71, over Mickey Pringle after the Nov. 7 […]

by · November 15, 2017 · 0 comments · NEWS
Welders will have a home with Lexington 2 Innovation Center

Welders will have a home with Lexington 2 Innovation Center

Most people just drive over bridges. Brookland-Cayce High School welding instructor Laird Thompson marvels at them. Thompson spent 23 years in the steel fabrication market, working as a welder, fitter, machine operator, superintendent and in other jobs. But it’s the projects he worked on that make him most proud — from the Congaree River bridge along I-77 in Columbia to […]

by · November 14, 2017 · 0 comments · NEWS
Airport’s Tyler Corbitt signs with The Citadel to play baseball

Airport’s Tyler Corbitt signs with The Citadel to play baseball

An Airport High School athlete is heading to The Citadel. Tyler Corbitt signed a scholarship letter of intent Friday to play baseball with the Bulldogs. Corbitt was the fourth Lexington Two athlete to sign a letter of intent last week. The other three, from Brookland-Cayce High, were swimmer Nathan Walton, University of South Carolina; tennis player Madison Conwell, Erskine College; […]

by · November 14, 2017 · 0 comments · NEWS
Cayce-West Columbia Lions Club conducts vision screening at Cayce Elementary

Cayce-West Columbia Lions Club conducts vision screening at Cayce Elementary

The Cayce-West Columbia Lions Club conducting Vision Screening at Cayce Elementary School in Lexington School District Two on Nov. 8,9 and 10. The Lions Club screened 1,050 students during the three day screening. The school nurses, Mrs. Sturkie and Mrs. Stephenson were instrumental in arranging the students to be screened. They also assisted in helping organize the classes. The Cayce-West […]

by · November 14, 2017 · 0 comments · NEWS
Gray Collegiate Academy Cheer Team wins at Cheer Classic

Gray Collegiate Academy Cheer Team wins at Cheer Classic

West Columbia’s Gray Collegiate Academy won the Debbie Rogers Cheer Classic last Saturday. It was the first time GCA in the school’s history to win the title,  that was held at the Colonial Center downtown, said Todd Helms, president of GCA. The Gray cheer squad won the the state crown in 2A cheerleading. The cheerleaders are coached by Ali Cline. Helms […]

by · November 14, 2017 · 0 comments · NEWS
First West Columbia City Council meeting without Tommy Parler is Tuesday

First West Columbia City Council meeting without Tommy Parler is Tuesday

When West Columbia City Council convenes, Tuesday, Councilman Tommy Parler will not be seated. After three terms, Parler chose not to run in 2017. Erin Porter will be sworn-in to take his place. “It was time to step down” said Parler. Parler, was with the West Columbia Fire Department for 25 years, was first elected in 2005. He said he […]

by · November 14, 2017 · 0 comments · NEWS
Airport, Brookland-Cayce qualify for state competitive cheer finals

Airport, Brookland-Cayce qualify for state competitive cheer finals

The teams of Airport and Brookland-Cayce earned a spot in the competitive cheer finals at Colonial Life Arena, Saturday. Airport earned a spot in the Class 4A final with an 11th place finish in competition last Saturday. And Brookland-Cayce qualified third in Class 3A, in last Saturday’s competition.  

by · November 14, 2017 · 0 comments · NEWS
The Holland Avenue Baptist Church Holiday Market is Friday

The Holland Avenue Baptist Church Holiday Market is Friday

A Holiday Market will be held from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m., Friday at Holland Avenue Baptist Church 801 12th Street Cayce. There will be vendors, refreshments, childcare and pictures with Santa. Call for more information: 803-794-9133.

by · November 14, 2017 · 0 comments · NEWS
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