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Cayce residences not damaged substantially

Damage from the October flood could have been worse in Cayce. “We fared very well,” said City Manager Rebecca Vance. She compared Cayce’s losses with areas in Columbia where some homes were total losses. There were no houses damaged beyond repair from flood waters in Cayce , Vance said. Vance […]

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Holland Avenue Baptist Hosts 3rd Annual “Garage Giveaway”

Release From:  Chuck Underhill Holland Avenue Baptist at  801 12th St. in Cayce will host the 3rd Annual “Garage Giveaway” Saturday from 8 a.m. ’til noon. “Garage Giveaway” started in 2013 as way to help families throughout the community that have varying needs and could use assistance. All items are FREE and include: clothing, […]

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Next Gamecock Head Coach should be….

Put any knowledgeable college football mind -looking for a head coach –  in a room for a week. Let him sift through a bucket full of names. Would he be able to find a prime candidate, then get his target? When Steve Spurrier was at Duke, a basketball school, he had […]

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It may take a year to repair Botanical Parkway

Botanical Parkway was one of the most-damaged roads in West Columbia, by the October floods. It will be the most expensive to repair, and the most-impassable for a while. “We expect it to be in the next calendar year,” said Joey Derby, Lexington County Engineer, of the repair schedule for […]

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Gray Collegiate wins Tip-Off Classic basketball tournament

The boys basketball team of West Columbia’s Gray Collegiate Academy remains undefeated. Gray won the Lower Richland Tip-Off Classic in November.  In the tournament, Gray defeated Fort Mill, Lower Richland and Westwood to take home the title. This week Gray knocked off another 4A school. The War Eagles defeated  Northwestern […]