Celebrating in the End Zone

It was like a scene from a romantic comedy in which two beautiful…
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For Auld Lang Syne

Ask most South Carolinians what first comes to mind with the mention of…
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Kicking It Up

Late on a blustery afternoon, shadows stretch across the Columbia College soccer practice…
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A Sentimental Modern Marvel

Kay Burner knows what she wants. After the death of David, her husband, 10 years ago, Kay sold…
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Good Luck Recipes

Each new year is approached with fresh eyes, lofty resolutions, and phrases like turning over a new leaf.…
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Courageous Survival

“He has made a marvelous fight in this world, in all ages and…
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Fear, Faith, and Fillings

For a child of two working parents living in a rural Southern town,…
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Centenarian Maj. Gen. Thomas Rew

Joined by two of his three sons in the sunroom of the home…
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From Zero to NIL

  They’re the top two seniors in one of the top women’s basketball programs in the country. By most measures, the University of South Carolina’s Aliyah Boston and Zia Cooke are valuable performers. That includes…
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Crash Course Columbia

The 2021-22 Midlands Regional Competitiveness Report highlighted a disturbing problem with retaining talent in the Columbia metro area.…
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A Brewing Success

Jennifer McGehee, a beer buyer for Morganelli’s Party Store on Forest Drive in Columbia, has been connecting customers…
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The Best Way to Spread Christmas Cheer

I am willing to debate on many topics. Should you put up a…
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Stuff It!

At this point in the season, you’re most likely over stuffing – from…
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The Oil of Conversation

There is something wonderful about gathering a group of friends to taste whiskey.…
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