Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher has identified the person who was killed in the single-vehicle accident that occurred in the early morning hours of Friday, October 9th. David William Austin, 44 years old, whose last known address was Broken Arrow, Oklahoma was pronounced dead at the scene from the injuries […]
ACADEMICS NOT THE FOCUS AS LEXINGTON 2 EMPLOYEES RETURN TO WORK From Kay Joseph, Lexington School District 2 As employees in Lexington District Two returned to work Friday, the emphasis was not on our students’ academic success, but their well being. Across the District today, school administration and office staff called to check […]
John Farley has been let go as chief meteorologist at WIS-TV- Columbia’s NBC affiliate. His departure from the station brought criticism from social media sites. And it comes in the wake of a poorly handled and publicly messy termination of former WIS anchor Ben Hoover more than a year ago. […]
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Community Supporter. Click to visit website. Besides chicken, West Columbia’s House of Raeford produces a substantial benefit to its community. The entity has a workforce of 857. It is the seventh largest employer in Lexington County. House of Raeford and its employees generate millions of dollars for the local economy. When […]
Lexington School District Two FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Friday, October 9, 2015 West Columbia – Lexington School District Two will reopen for school for students and staff on Monday, October 12, 2015, after being closed for a week due to flooding and road concerns. Lexington School District Two is […]
The City of West Columbia Assists the City of Columbia to Provide Water Service City of West Columbia Press Release: West Columbia Mayor Joseph W. “Joe” Owens announced Friday he has received and approved a request from Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin and Columbia Manager Teresa Wilson for the City of […]
Members of the Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church knew the need was great and they wanted to do something Mt. Tabor Pastor Wade Roof said he began corresponding with congregants Sunday as flood waters began to rise. “Monday morning we began collecting supplies,” Roof said. On Friday afternoon, he and members […]