East Marion multi-sport athlete Tytianna Porter has settled on a sport and where she will spend the next four years of her athletic career.
Porter, who also starred for the Lady Eagles in basketball, volleyball and track, said it felt great to sign a letter of intent Friday morning to run track at William Carey.
Marion County proved to be brimming with prep baseball talent once again with three teams making the playoffs, including West Marion making it to south state.
Now the players are being recognized for their contributions on the diamond, and 15 were named to all-state or all-district teams.
For the first time in 17 years, the Columbia Wildcats baseball team will call a new man “coach” when they take the field again.
An established home health and hospice provider has opened a new location right here in Columbia.
Since 2002, St. Luke Home Health & Hospice has provided its patients with high quality, in-home service and opened its doors in January at 518 South High School Ave.
It’s hard to imagine that I won’t go to another high school baseball game this season. Man has it been a whirlwind. A 14-inning thriller for the right to go to the state championship seems like a fitting end, but I really had wished it would have ended a different way.