Airport’s Collyn Richardson has record bench press at national meet

AHS Sophomore Collyn Richardson sets bench press record at National Strength Meet! Airport High School Sophomore Collyn Richardson set a high school record for bench press at the National Strength Meet in Oklahoma City. He took first place in bench press. Collyn bench pressed 369.8 pounds. He squatted 573 pounds […]

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Two bodies found at house fire, near Lexington

Early Thursday morning, just after 12 a.m., Lexington County 911 dispatched Lexington County Fire Service and EMS units to the 200 block of Cedar Crest Drive, just outside of the Town of Lexington. Upon arrival, firefighters observed moderate smoke and flames coming from the residence’s windows and roof. After containing […]

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West Columbia Art on State project to be unveiled, June 3

City of West Columbia Press Release from Anna Huffman, Public Information Officer.  The City of West Columbia in conjunction with the West Columbia Beautification Foundation is inviting the community to the unveiling of the Art on State project Friday, June 3, at 5 pm. The project is located at 423 […]

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TNT Martial Arts and Fitness holds ribbon-cutting in Cayce

A Ribbon Cutting for TNT Martial Arts and Fitness was held Thursday. Tim and Tamayah Goodwin are the owners. They are pictured with Greater Cayce West Columbia President and CEO Gregg Pinner, Cayce Mayor Elise Partin and Cayce City Councilwoman Tara Almond and Chamber Board President Vaughan Dozier. TNT Martial […]

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Airport High’s Jessica Metts is LMC Foundation’s Living Well teacher for May

Airport High School Teacher Jessica Metts was named the Lexington Medical Center Foundation’s Teacher-of-the-Month for May, at the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce Breakfast, Tuesday. Jessica is a physical education teacher. She challenges her students to participate in fitness activity, and she joins them in exercising, in order to […]

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Airport High’s Harry Ferguson is Chamber’s Teacher-of-the-Month

Airport High School JROTC Instructor Sgt. Major Harry Ferguson was named Teacher-of-the-Month  for May, at the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce Breakfast, Tuesday. His highly awarded Drill Team is ranked third nationally, and two of the cadets in Ferguson’s program are national champions. He is pictured with AHS Principal […]

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Springdale touts big changes at Chamber breakfast

Mayor Michael Bishop wants you to do more than just slow down in Springdale. He wants you to stop. “There are 17,000 cars a day coming through Springdale,” Bishop said. “We need to give them a reason to stop.” Bishop, and Springdale Town Administrator Jeff Stillweell spoke at the Greater […]

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Lexington County I-26 fatality reported by SCHP

According to the SCHP the victim- who has not been identified by the coroner yet- was ejected from a 1992 Ford truck. Before the driver was ejected, the truck hit another vehicle, and sideswiped another. The accident involved another truck and a SUV. The driver that was killed was not […]

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Airport High’s Tatiana Staley named Chamber’s Student-of-the-Month

Airport High School’s Tatiana Staley was named Student-of-the-Month for May, at the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce Breakfast, Tuesday. She is a senior and will attend Duke University next year, and major in biomedical engineering. Tatiana is a drum major in the Airport Band, and she plays the flute. […]

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Airport High’s James Heustess named LMC Foundation’s Student-of-Month

Airport High School’s James Heustess was named the Lexington Medical Center Foundation’s Student-of-the-Month for May, at the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce Breakfast, Tuesday. James is a volunteer at Camp Nehemiah, where he helps encourage participants. James has a 3.67 grade-point-average and he is on the Airport Baseball team. […]

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