Simply spectacular

By MARK ROGERS,

Record crowds estimated at between 8,000 and 10,000 lined the streets for Saturday’s Kiwanis Club of Columbia Christmas Parade followed by a light show and fireworks.

The parade featured a little bit of everything, from marching bands to the Honey Island Clydesdales and dozens of floats from local schools, churches and businesses.

 
 
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Obituaries

David Joseph “Joe” Speights 72, Columbia

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Columbia Municipal Court Clerk Anita Echols loves the downtown Christmas decorations. “I think that is so amazing because I love Hallmark movies so when I go down there and am watching it it’s like being in a Hallmark movie,” she said.
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