Katherine Tribble and Reid Schwartz first crossed paths at Clemson University where they attended a class together their freshman year.
Jane Suggs has always been what she calls a mover. As in, “if it’s time to paint, it’s time to move,” she says.
For many South Carolinians, hunting and fishing is a way of life. Hours are spent focusing, listening, thinking and waiting for the perfect catch or that elusive 10-point buck.
Happy Holidays!” “Merry Christmas!” The cheerful greetings we use during this festive month indicate the lighthearted celebration of our nation’s biggest holiday.
This past August, West Columbia resident James Miller was gearing up for his own election.
The coaches who seem to grab headlines most often are the ones who grab facemasks, throw chairs or intimidate their players.
Columbia is filled with unsung heroes — everyday people having enormous impacts on the lives of others.
The October 2015 rains and floods that battered South Carolina took 19 lives, caused 36 dam failures, destroyed more than $1 billion in home and property and displaced more than 20,000 residents.
When farmer Monty Rast drives past his acres of row crops in Calhoun County, he sees more than parcels of land.