Charmed, I’m Sure

What are your thoughts when you think of charm bracelets? Maybe you hear…
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Win with Gin

If, while comfortably nestled on the sofa with a crisp gin and tonic in…
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“And on that Farm They Had a …”

What’s as smart as a horse, as lazy as a cow, and as…
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Spring Pond Farm

Sophia and Lynn Derricks’ wish list was relatively simple: land for hunting, a pond, and within an hour’s…
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Sweet Olive Cottage

This year marks the 100th anniversary of arguably the most distinct decade in American history: the Roaring ’20s.…
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South Carolina’s Claim to Fame

South Carolina boasts of many renowned residents and natives from a variety of…
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Through the Flames

‘‘Anything that can happen will happen, says Senior Firefighter Josh “Moose” Moskaitis, Station 1,…
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Crafting a New Footprint

Camp Cole was born of tragedy. When she was 13, Kelsey Sawyer Carter’s…
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Great Outdoor Expectations

Three days before the Scouts of Troop 8 and Troop 10 in Columbia were scheduled to depart for their two-week backpacking adventure at Philmont Scout Ranch in Northern New Mexico, their leaders received a disturbing…
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The Penny Tax Affair

Tax revenues afford opportunities and temptations. The 2012 Transportation Penny Program, also known as the Penny Tax, is…
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Ready, Set, Go!

Inc. Magazine included Columbia in its list of “The 50 Best U.S. Cities for Starting a Business in…
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From Scratch

In addition to the freshness and flavor that comes with making a dish from…
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Slow, Sweet, and Sticky

“Great sorghum is said to have the flavor diversity of great wine: a…
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Win with Gin

If, while comfortably nestled on the sofa with a crisp gin and tonic in…
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