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Two Columbia girls will be sharing the lead role in a traditional ballet performance of “The Nutcracker” the next two weekends.

City hears passionate support for and against ordinance

For the first time, beer and wine will soon be legally sold in Columbia on Sundays after the Board of Aldermen passed a revised ordinance Tuesday.

(This week The Columbian-Progress spotlights Shabulous owner Melissa Collier.)

 

Q: When and where were you born?

A: I was born in Gulfport in Nov. 12, 1971.

 

Columbia and Marion County are built on the backs of family-run businesses, and Cook’s Garage may be the textbook example.

City officials are mulling fees for the use of Bluff Street Park similar to the ones charged by the county to use facilities at the Columbia Water Park.

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.











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Obituaries

Addie Lee Thornhill Price

96, Foxworth


Sports

The West Marion High School family is carrying a heavy heart this week after junior basketball... READ MORE


Opinion:

Most everyone cringes at the thought of going through an audit. Even if you have nothing to... READ MORE


Social

Beauty and satisfaction aside, have you ever thought about your garden’s “green footprint” –... READ MORE


Public Notices

The following land transactions were listed as completed in the Marion County Chancery... READ MORE