Service Above Self

When Ione Cockrill thinks back on the 20 years she’s been a part…
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The Thin Blue Line

It’s not uncommon to see Lt. Frieda Wyatt talking to a group of…
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From Forest Acres to Famously Fast

For the boy who grew up a few blocks off of Trenholm Road…
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Patriot James Miller

This past August, West Columbia resident James Miller was gearing up for his…
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The 2016 Best of Philanthropy Awards

Columbia is filled with unsung heroes — everyday people having enormous impacts on…
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Talking Politics

Senator Tim Scott exemplifies the unique American ideal that anyone has the opportunity…
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Post Flood

When Michela Schildts earned her psychology degree in 2011 from the University of…
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A Soaring Spirit

Down the road in Sumter lives a South Carolina gem named Grainger McKoy.…
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Natural Rhythm

Lee Ann Kornegay never imagined that an ancient musical expression would lead her…
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Made in Cola Town

Recently engaged, Anna Camp — like most women about to get married —…
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The Freedom of Forgiveness

The words rang out clearly, despite being slightly muffled by suppressed sobs, for…
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Sam Morton’s Lasting Legacy

We all lost a dear friend this past month when Sam Morton passed…
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