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Shop West Columbia on Small Business Saturday, this Saturday, Nov. 26

Small Business is the backbone of the West Columbia economy. Small Business Saturday is this Saturday, Nov. 26 in advance of the holiday shopping season. And West Columbia is ready for it.Small Business Saturday encourages consumers to shop in the local community and support local businesses. Clothing shops, restaurants and service providers are looking forward […]

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West Columbia’s public parks are a great place for your summer picnic

July is National Picnic Month. And there is ample opportunity to celebrate the picnic in West Columbia. It’s fun to work up an appetite tubing down the Congaree River or playing in one of West Columbia’s public parks. At Riverwalk Park, after a day on the river, there are picnic tables waiting.  There are also […]

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West Columbia restaurants anticipate tailgaters as football season nears

Anticipation is in the air. High school football kicks off this week and the first game for the University of South Carolina is Sept. 4, at 7 p.m. at home versus Eastern Illinois. Clemson hosts Georgia at 7:30 p.m. on the same day. Before the big game there is tailgating and that means a lot […]

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Taste on the River sold most tickets ever

The West Columbia Beautification Foundation’s Taste on the River was a rousing success. It was held last Tuesday at Stone River.  “We are thrilled with the response and the support of the community,” said Kathy Whetzel, chairwoman of the West Columbia Beautification Foundation. It was the fifth year of Taste on the River and Whetzel […]

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C-WC Chamber Breakfast features the funny business of humorist Glen Ward

The Greater Cayce -West Columbia Chamber of Commerce Breakfast took on a lighter tone, Tuesday. It was about business, but this month it was funny business. Glen Ward, a West Columbia professional humorist and inspirational speaker, delivered his impressions of high-profile personalities at Stone River in West Columbia. Click for link to Glen Ward’s page […]

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City of West Columbia endures during COVID

The first cases of COVID-19 were reported in the United States almost a year ago. Since, the City of West Columbia, like other municipalities, has been proactive in taking the necessary precautions to fight the spread of the virus. City leaders have also worked to limit the inconvenience caused by the pandemic. Online payments for […]

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