Aflac in Columbia

Insurance giant Aflac has grown spectacularly even as it has been managed cautiously. When it acts, however, it tends to be decisive and succeed where it has found advantages.
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Antebellum Elegance

Surrounded by four acres of manicured landscape and backed by a tract of undeveloped forest ...
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Tanner Takes the Lead

Approaching his second football season, Ray Tanner implements his strategies to bolster the program’s strength.
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Operation Free Book Exchange

There has been a trend surfacing not only in Columbia, but also in…
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Creative Expressions

Life-like stills, stimulating abstracts, subtle hues, vibrant colors — each piece of artwork tells a story but it’s the eye of the beholder that creates the narrative.
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Everything Old is New Again

Eight homes. Eight ideas. Eight unique results. A remodel can be as easy as a new backsplash in the kitchen or as complex as an extensive renovation.
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60 Years and Still Dancing

In the mid 1950s, couples from around Columbia joined together for nights of…
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Prehistoric, Primitive … Preserved

Consider modern man. Subtract 12 inches from the average height and add 30 pounds of solid muscle.
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Cocktail Couture

This season’s formal wear is regal, elegant and contemporary. From the classic little black dress with a modern twist to the traditional formal gown with a pop of sequin detail
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A Different World

As America’s entry into World War II went from probable to certain on Dec. 7, 1941, patriotic husbands, sons, brothers and fathers ...
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What’s on Draft?

No longer are the big brand names big in beer. The trend: local…
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From South Carolina Soil to the World Stage

Nestled into the quaint little town of Due West, S.C., Erskine College has been producing generations of leaders for 175 years.
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