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Columbia Star
Council hears about CAPER report, extends waiver for flood victimsMiranda Lurks was named July 2016 Employee of the Month. Columbia City Council
Council hears about CAPER report, extends waiver for flood victims
Columbia Star / Posted 2 days ago
Miranda Lurks was named July 2016 Employee of the Month. Columbia City Council held its monthly meeting Tuesday, September 20. Gloria Saeed, interim director of Community Development, gave a presentation on the 2015 Consolidated Annual Performance... Read more
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Columbia Star
EventsAlong the Trail showcase will be held Saturday, October 8, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 4
Events
Columbia Star / Posted 2 days ago
Along the Trail showcase will be held Saturday, October 8, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 4122 River Drive. 803-545-3093. •AUDITIONS Columbia City Ballet will hold auditions for Nutcracker Saturday, September 24, 1:30 p.m., Columbia Conservatory of Dance,... Read more
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Columbia Star
Folks About TownButterly has joined the Scott and Company LLC’s Assurance and Advisory Services
Folks About Town
Columbia Star / Posted 2 days ago
Butterly has joined the Scott and Company LLC’s Assurance and Advisory Services team as an associate accountant. Columbia City Ballet has announced the full list of board members for 2016 including Christopher B. Ray, president; Tom... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Parking revenue for Columbia increases despite bagged metersmake a little bit more on a bagged meter than if the meter was open, but genera
Parking revenue for Columbia increases despite bagged meters
KOMU Columbia / Posted 3 days ago
make a little bit more on a bagged meter than if the meter was open, but generally it's not less. We try to break even." Columbia City Council has set rates for people looking to bag a meter. "There's options for folks to either rent for a day,... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Police department jobs at risk after Council voteCOLUMBIA – By a vote of 6-1, The Columbia City Council voted to remove job prot
Police department jobs at risk after Council vote
KOMU Columbia / Posted 4 days ago
COLUMBIA – By a vote of 6-1, The Columbia City Council voted to remove job protection for the city’s Police Lieutenants at Monday’s council meeting. Mayor Brian Treece voted against the change. Dale Roberts, Executive Director for The Columbia... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Columbia Parks and Recreation fees to changeCOLUMBIA – The Columbia City Council approved fee changes for activities and pr
Columbia Parks and Recreation fees to change
KOMU Columbia / Posted 4 days ago
COLUMBIA – The Columbia City Council approved fee changes for activities and programs provided by the Parks and Recreation Department, giving the department $154,000 more per year in revenue. The council approved the changes at its meeting Monday... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
City council member highlights two major changes in new fiscal budgetCOLUMBIA - According to the new 2017 fiscal year budget, the Columbia City Coun
City council member highlights two major changes in new fiscal budget
KOMU Columbia / Posted 5 days ago
COLUMBIA - According to the new 2017 fiscal year budget, the Columbia City Council plans to move the Office of Sustainability from the City Manager’s Office to the Utilities Department. The council also will move the airport branch from Public Works... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Historic Columbia home celebrates restoration and re-openingPlaces. After this, the J.W. “Blind” Boone Heritage Foundation continued to pu
Historic Columbia home celebrates restoration and re-opening
KOMU Columbia / Posted 6 days ago
Places. After this, the J.W. “Blind” Boone Heritage Foundation continued to push for preservation of the home. The Columbia City Council approved a restoration project for the house in June of 2013, and work on the house finished this... Read more
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The Seattle Times
PCC’s challenge: Stay relevant for a new generation but keep core valuesmore — and to be more consistent about trying to replicate the successful exper
PCC’s challenge: Stay relevant for a new generation but keep core values
The Seattle Times / Posted 7 days ago
more — and to be more consistent about trying to replicate the successful experiments in other stores. For instance, the Columbia City store, which opened last year, tried two new prepared-foods concepts: a taqueria and a noodle-bowl bar. After... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Man who shot niece, 14, over shoes sentenced to 28 years in prisonA man who fatally shot his 14-year-old niece in Seattle’s Columbia City neighbo
Man who shot niece, 14, over shoes sentenced to 28 years in prison
The Seattle Times / Posted 8 days ago
A man who fatally shot his 14-year-old niece in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood because he was angry about a pair of shoes was sentenced Friday to 28 years in prison. Si Phu, 25, pleaded guilty last month to first-degree murder for killing... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Columbia City picks up the paceSketched Sept. 13, 2016 I’m taking in the view from the outdoor tables of a ne
Columbia City picks up the pace
The Seattle Times / Posted 8 days ago
Sketched Sept. 13, 2016 I’m taking in the view from the outdoor tables of a new Pagliacci Pizza that opened in Columbia City last month. As people walk by, I try to add some to my sketch. A woman seemed a bit lost as she held out her smartphone... Read more
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Columbia Star
Shandon Neighborhood Council approves a request to rezone Dreher High School for athletic facility improvementsto Stricklin, the rezoning request will go in front of the planning commission
Shandon Neighborhood Council approves a request to rezone Dreher High School for athletic facility improvements
Columbia Star / Posted 9 days ago
to Stricklin, the rezoning request will go in front of the planning commission Monday, October 10 at 5:15 p.m. and to Columbia City Council for a first reading, Tuesday, November 15, and a second reading Tuesday, December 6. According to Doug... Read more
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Columbia Star
EventsAlong the Trail showcase will be held Saturday, October 8, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 4
Events
Columbia Star / Posted 9 days ago
Along the Trail showcase will be held Saturday, October 8, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 4122 River Drive. 803- 545-3093. •AUDITIONS Columbia City Ballet will hold auditions for Nutcracker Saturday, September 24, 1:30 p.m., Columbia Conservatory of Dance,... Read more
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Columbia Star
City Snippetspopulation in 2021. The growth is occurring primarily in the 20-49 and 50+ age
City Snippets
Columbia Star / Posted 9 days ago
population in 2021. The growth is occurring primarily in the 20-49 and 50+ age cohorts. Metered parking changes weighed Columbia City Council is weighing a plan to end free metered parking on nights and weekends in Five Points. The city says... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Columbia discusses potential home subdivisionThe subdivision, if built, would be addressed 3891 North Highway PP. The develo
Columbia discusses potential home subdivision
KOMU Columbia / Posted 11 days ago
The subdivision, if built, would be addressed 3891 North Highway PP. The developer wants to annex the land into Columbia city limits. "We are targeting what I call starter family dwellings, those are for families looking to build a new... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Seattle may lower speed limits to 25 mph downtown, 20 in neighborhoodsfour-lane streets to three, are common tools. Early data from a controversial
Seattle may lower speed limits to 25 mph downtown, 20 in neighborhoods
The Seattle Times / Posted 11 days ago
four-lane streets to three, are common tools. Early data from a controversial Rainier Avenue South lane reduction, in the Columbia City area, show safety gains after the first year, SDOT says. Seattle’s standard speed limits are currently 30 mph... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Five Points Business Owners Speak About Proposed Parking ChangesColumbia, SC (WLTX) - Columbia city council is preparing for a first reading on
Five Points Business Owners Speak About Proposed Parking Changes
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 15 days ago
Columbia, SC (WLTX) - Columbia city council is preparing for a first reading on a new parking ordinance that could increase enforcement hours in Five Points. From the hours of 11am to 6pm drivers keep know to keep an eye on the meter. Now there are... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Oregon Rep. Jennifer Williamson's 'hysterical screed' against Trumpprobably be institutionalized. Then again, as a member of the Democratic Party
Oregon Rep. Jennifer Williamson's 'hysterical screed' against Trump
OregonLive.com / Posted 15 days ago
probably be institutionalized. Then again, as a member of the Democratic Party in the Oregon Legislature, she already is. Columbia City As a registered Democrat, an unreserved Hillary Clinton supporter and a satisfied constituent of Rep. Jennifer... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Historic Waverly District Could See Stronger Development Protectionshe just wants what's new to resemble the old. "It is an important piece of Col
Historic Waverly District Could See Stronger Development Protections
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 16 days ago
he just wants what's new to resemble the old. "It is an important piece of Columbia,” says Houston. The DDRC is recommending approval of this protection request. Columbia city council is expected to give the final vote in their upcoming me... Read more
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Columbia Star
Columbia mayor proclaims Constitution WeekBenjamin presented representatives of local DAR chapters with a proclamation Au
Columbia mayor proclaims Constitution Week
Columbia Star / Posted 16 days ago
Benjamin presented representatives of local DAR chapters with a proclamation August 31 signed by the mayor and members of Columbia City Council. (L-r) Julie Smoak, USC Chapter Regent; Martha Chandler, former Ann Pamela Cunningham Chapter Regent;... Read more
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Columbia Star
Columbia City Council votes to support the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Relief Action PlanColumbia City Council approved a motion to support the Community Development Bl
Columbia City Council votes to support the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Relief Action Plan
Columbia Star / Posted 16 days ago
Columbia City Council approved a motion to support the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Relief Action Plan at the monthly meeting Tuesday, September 6. The vote came after a 45-minute presentation by Fred Tombar, senior vice president for... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Search for suspicious person near Newberry College over, man in custodyover in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying "good-bye" to free metered park
Search for suspicious person near Newberry College over, man in custody
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 16 days ago
over in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying "good-bye" to free metered parking on nights and weekends in Five Points if Columbia City Council approves a new proposal to extend parking fee hours later this month. Drivers may soon be saying... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Victims identified after mid-air collision at West Georgia Regional Airport leaves 3 deadover in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying "good-bye" to free metered park
Victims identified after mid-air collision at West Georgia Regional Airport leaves 3 dead
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 16 days ago
over in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying "good-bye" to free metered parking on nights and weekends in Five Points if Columbia City Council approves a new proposal to extend parking fee hours later this month. Drivers may soon be saying... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Fitness coach: For better life, learn and growMark Bryant is a popular fitness instructor and powerlifting champion who lives
Fitness coach: For better life, learn and grow
The Seattle Times / Posted 17 days ago
Mark Bryant is a popular fitness instructor and powerlifting champion who lives and works in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood. He’s gotten media attention over the years for his work with seniors, but the other day he wanted to talk about the... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
State officials say Richland One mistake will cost $3.1 millionbe over in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying goodbye to free metered park
State officials say Richland One mistake will cost $3.1 million
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 17 days ago
be over in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying goodbye to free metered parking on nights and weekends in Five Points if Columbia City Council approves a new proposal to extend parking fee hours later this month. Drivers may soon be saying... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Natural gas line rupture causes closure of N. Main Streetbe over in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying goodbye to free metered park
Natural gas line rupture causes closure of N. Main Street
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 17 days ago
be over in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying goodbye to free metered parking on nights and weekends in Five Points if Columbia City Council approves a new proposal to extend parking fee hours later this month. Drivers may soon be saying... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Man found naked, beaten, robbed, then arrested for public intoxication on his birthdaybe over in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying goodbye to free metered park
Man found naked, beaten, robbed, then arrested for public intoxication on his birthday
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 17 days ago
be over in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying goodbye to free metered parking on nights and weekends in Five Points if Columbia City Council approves a new proposal to extend parking fee hours later this month. Drivers may soon be saying... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Spartanburg firefighters battling massive blaze at pallet plantbe over in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying goodbye to free metered park
Spartanburg firefighters battling massive blaze at pallet plant
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 17 days ago
be over in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying goodbye to free metered parking on nights and weekends in Five Points if Columbia City Council approves a new proposal to extend parking fee hours later this month. Drivers may soon be saying... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Missed deadline could cost Richland One millions in fundingbe over in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying goodbye to free metered park
Missed deadline could cost Richland One millions in funding
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 17 days ago
be over in Five Points Drivers may soon be saying goodbye to free metered parking on nights and weekends in Five Points if Columbia City Council approves a new proposal to extend parking fee hours later this month. Drivers may soon be saying... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Free nights, weekend parking might be over in Five PointsDrivers may soon be saying goodbye to free metered parking on nights and weeken
Free nights, weekend parking might be over in Five Points
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 17 days ago
Drivers may soon be saying goodbye to free metered parking on nights and weekends in Five Points if Columbia City Council approves a new proposal to extend parking fee hours later this month. Shoppers and those visiting the downtown area may soon... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Residents oppose roundabout proposal, council votes it downCOLUMBIA – City council members are looking for a new solution to safety and tr
Residents oppose roundabout proposal, council votes it down
KOMU Columbia / Posted 17 days ago
COLUMBIA – City council members are looking for a new solution to safety and traffic problems at the Green Meadows Road and Forum Boulevard intersection. The roundabout project was designed in response to safety and traffic concerns at the current... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Columbia City Council Discusses Storm Water, Flood Recovery and Parking Concerns During Meetingrelief efforts. That's if the city can't find another source of income. That's
Columbia City Council Discusses Storm Water, Flood Recovery and Parking Concerns During Meeting
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 18 days ago
relief efforts. That's if the city can't find another source of income. That's just one of the issues addressed during the Columbia City Council meeting on Tuesday night. Columbia City Council was pretty busy tonight discussing topics from flood... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Columbia City Council to discuss 2017 budgetCOLUMBIA - The Columbia City Council will review its 2017 fiscal budget Tuesday
Columbia City Council to discuss 2017 budget
KOMU Columbia / Posted 18 days ago
COLUMBIA - The Columbia City Council will review its 2017 fiscal budget Tuesday evening. Tuesday will be the third time the council opens up the floor to discuss the budget with the public. Fourth Ward Councilman Ian Thomas says a hot topic of... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Columbia small businesses could be affected by pawn shop ordinanceCOLUMBIA - Stacy Allen doesn't think of herself as a pawn broker. However, base
Columbia small businesses could be affected by pawn shop ordinance
KOMU Columbia / Posted 19 days ago
COLUMBIA - Stacy Allen doesn't think of herself as a pawn broker. However, based on the current wording of a proposed Columbia city ordinance, she would have to follow the same rules as one. Allen is the manager at New Beginnings, a clothing... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Get your money's worth in South Seattle: 3 homes to see this weekendThe homes are in Beacon Hill and Columbia City, and range in price from $399,95
Get your money's worth in South Seattle: 3 homes to see this weekend
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 21 days ago
The homes are in Beacon Hill and Columbia City, and range in price from $399,950 to $499,950. Although those areas are generally less expensive in which to buy than other areas of the city, South Seattle neighborhoods can vary widely in price. The... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
SCORES: Friday Football Frenzy Week 349, Fremont 7 Avon 31, Hamilton Southeastern 28 Batesville 34, S. Dearborn 7
SCORES: Friday Football Frenzy Week 3
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 22 days ago
49, Fremont 7 Avon 31, Hamilton Southeastern 28 Batesville 34, S. Dearborn 7 Beech Grove 68, Speedway 42 Bellmont 28, Columbia City 12 Bremen 35, Glenn 7 Brownstown 54, Eastern (Pekin) 8 Carroll (Flora) 35, Tri-Central 6 Carroll (Ft.... Read more
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Columbia Star
Uncovering 19th Century Fast Foodunique 19th century fast food establishment can be told in great detail. The f
Uncovering 19th Century Fast Food
Columbia Star / Posted 23 days ago
unique 19th century fast food establishment can be told in great detail. The first mention of the building is in the 1891 Columbia City Directory (listed at 58 East Richland Street). Although the function of the structure was not given, the... Read more
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Columbia Star
CCN discusses city issues, U.S.C. Students, and the homelessCouncil of Neighborhoods held its monthly meeting Thursday, August 25. City co
CCN discusses city issues, U.S.C. Students, and the homeless
Columbia Star / Posted 23 days ago
Council of Neighborhoods held its monthly meeting Thursday, August 25. City councilman Sam Davis provided an update on Columbia City Council. He said city officials are currently discussing ideas for Finlay Park. He said council doesn’t know... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Restaurants In D.C. Slash Jobs After Minimum Wage HikeA few days ago we wrote about the job losses starting to pile up in Seattle in
Restaurants In D.C. Slash Jobs After Minimum Wage Hike
Zero Hedge / Posted 30 days ago
A few days ago we wrote about the job losses starting to pile up in Seattle in the wake of that city's passage of a $15 minimum wage (see "Something "Unexpected" Happened When Seattle Raised The Minimum Wage"). In that post, we noted that seemingly... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Thousands lose power in Seattle from Columbia City to International Districtsubstation, according to Seattle City Light. Neighborhoods affected by the out
Thousands lose power in Seattle from Columbia City to International District
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 30 days ago
substation, according to Seattle City Light. Neighborhoods affected by the outage include the International District, Columbia City and Mount Baker. Power outages in ID, Columbia City and Mount Baker areas. Treat dark signals as all-way... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Regional Silver Alert issued for Columbia City woman believed to be in dangerCOLUMBIA CITY, Ind.– A regional Silver Alert has been declared for a missing Co
Regional Silver Alert issued for Columbia City woman believed to be in danger
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted 30 days ago
COLUMBIA CITY, Ind.– A regional Silver Alert has been declared for a missing Columbia City woman. Denise Elnore Ramsey, 60, is described by police as a white female, 5’8″, 195 lbs with brown hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
Silver Alert issued for missing Columbia City, Ind. womanCOLUMBIA CITY, Ind. -- A regional Silver Alert was issued Thursday afternoon fo
Silver Alert issued for missing Columbia City, Ind. woman
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 30 days ago
COLUMBIA CITY, Ind. -- A regional Silver Alert was issued Thursday afternoon for a woman missing from Columbia City, Ind. According to the Whitley County Sheriff, Denise Elnore Ramsey is a 60 year old white female, 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing 195... Read more

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