Several years ago Mike and I were taking a “rambling” vacation in Ohio and Kentucky. It was a... READ MORE
Several years ago Mike and I were taking a “rambling” vacation in Ohio and Kentucky. It was a wonderful serendipitous trip.
Wilks commits to USM
Since he was a kid, Columbia Academy outfielder Slade Wilks has made his presence felt on the baseball diamond from smashing windshields at Dean Griner to being a driving force in Columbia Academy’s MAIS AAA State Championship as a freshman.
(This week The Columbian-Progress spotlights Columbia Elementary School interventionist Abigail Arnold.)
Q: When and where were you born?
A: I was born in Decatur, Ala., on Sept. 18, 1979.
Q: Where did you attend school?
Marion County students in public and private schools joined millions around the world during the annual See You At the Pole event Wednesday.
At Columbia Academy, students gathered near the flag pole at 7:15 for singing by students Katelyn Morris, Gracie Jones and Abby Lott accompanied by Korinn Lowery.
Mid-football season – tailgating is in full swing. On Saturdays all around the country fans are thinking of new, unique foods and table decorations to please their friends.
The Pearl River Interpretive Plaza was filled with the sights and sounds of children and their projects earlier this week.
A group of home school students from the JNA Academy and DKX Bullock School spent part Monday and Tuesday learning about a variety of things using the Plaza behind City Hall in Columbia as their classroom.
The Columbia-Marion County Public Library partnered with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — utilizing the church's free data base, FamilySearch.org — to host a family history event last Saturday.