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With the Palmetto Trail expanding in Columbia, hikers are hopeful about increased safety
by Caroline Barry | Feb 15, 2023
The trail, often considered a “hidden gem” in the Capital City, is set to add more wooded hiking trails and getting hikers away from the roadside to make the trail safer.Read More
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by P.J. Williams | Feb 10, 2023
Some things you might find surprising even though tattoos have been legal here since 2004.Read More
Columbia police K-9s honored by anonymous donor
by G.E. Hinson | Feb 10, 2023
More than a dozen bricks have been bought to commemorate the service of Columbia police K-9s. But who donated them?Read More
2 SC muralists bring color to East Coast
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Allison Dunnavant messaged Christine Crawford on Instagram to help with a project just over a year ago. Now, they’re business partners whose careers have only sped up.Read More
Midlands Dungeons and Dragons community supports campaign against publisher
by Raymond Escoto | Feb 3, 2023
Controversial changes involving the popular table-top RPG, Dungeons and Dragons, were announced last month. The Midlands D&D community did not take them well.Read More
How Columbia’s St. Pat’s festival lands your favorite bands
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St. Pat’s is returning to Five Points for its 41st year with a diverse lineup of musical genres. Trae Judy and Dave Britt are the two men who make seeing your favorite artists a reality.Read More
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