Myron Corley retires from City of West Columbia

Myron Corley is retiring from is post as West Columbia’s deputy administrator. Corley has worked for the City of West Columbia for 25 Years. “I’m looking forward to it,” Corley said. He also said West Columbia is a close-knit community that he feels good about serving. Corley was honored by […]

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Lexington County deputy rescues Lake Murray swimmer

A Lexington County deputy played a major role in the rescue of a distressed swimmer from Lake Murray on the Fourth of July.  According to an incident report, Deputy Scott Zylstra was on a traffic stop along the Dreher Shoals Dam when he was approached by a woman advising him a man […]

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Eagle Scout Nathan Ulmer gets honor from West Columbia

Eagle Scout Nathan Ulmer, of Boy Scout Troop 321, has built and maintained Little Free Libraries in West Columbia’s Fowler Park and at Cafe Strudel. Ulmer was recognized with a resolution in appreciation for his service to the community by the West Columbia City Council, Tuesday. Ulmer was thanked for […]

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Springdale Police Department gets body camera from HOA

Lights, camera, action! The Shadblow Home Owners Association (HOA) of Springdale donated a body-worn SPDcamera system to the Springdale Police Department. “Body cameras are extremely useful to us,” said Springdale Police Chief Kevin Cornett. Cornett said he wants to be sure officers are doing the right thing. And a body […]

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West Columbia Father’s Day includes Hammocks, lunch and unique gifts

Sunday is Father’s Day, and that offers the opportunity to show appreciation for the men who mean so much in our lives. The nation’s first Father’s Day was celebrated on June 19, 1910, in the state of Washington. In 1972, the day honoring fathers became a nationwide holiday. There are […]

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Be sure to check out student art on display at West Columbia City Hall

Congratulations to Amelia H. She was selected as the first place winner of the West Columbia holiday art competition. Her art work was on the cover of the West Columbia tree lighting program. The artwork is also currently featured on a banner near city hall and can be viewed in […]

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West Columbia issues letter to detail storm reaction plan

At West Columbia City Hall, we are utilizing city services to prepare for the impact of Hurricane Florence. Below is useful information for the days ahead. City Council and staff have collaborated to assist our citizens leading up to and during Hurricane Florence. You may also be receiving this information […]

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Lexington County Coroner looking for families of the deceased to return personal property

Letter from the Lexington County Coroner’s Office   The Lexington County Coroner’s Office is looking for families of deceased persons who have personal effects and/or property at the Coroner’s Office that has not been claimed and returned. The death of a family member or close friend is one of the most traumatic […]

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West Columbia issues letter to detail storm reaction plan

At West Columbia City Hall, we are utilizing city services to prepare for the impact of Hurricane Florence. Below is useful information for the days ahead. City Council and staff have collaborated to assist our citizens leading up to and during Hurricane Florence. You may also be receiving this information […]

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