The MIL Corporation is a government contracting company, providing information technology, financial, and quality assurance services to the Federal Government. Established in 1980, MIL has spent over 30 years securing multi-million dollar contracts, and delivering professional services to numerous government agencies.
Selected as one of the “Top 50 Places To Work” in the DC Metropolitan Area, MIL highly values their personnel, as well as professional growth of each of its employees. To learn more about us and current job opportunities in Charleston, South Carolina, please visit our website: www.milcorp.com.
Anchor/Reporter - WIS News 10, the #1 station in Columbia, SC is seeking a co-anchor for its highly successful, 2 ½ hour morning newscast. The perfect candidate must have strong on-air skills, bring energy and confidence to the newscasts, and communicate well with the audience and staff. Three to five years of anchor and reporting experience along with strong news judgment, computer and videography skills are a must. Morning news sets the tone for the day with a “New, Now, Next” mantra. No phone calls please. Send resume and tape to Rashida Jones, News Content Director, WIS TV, 1111 Bull Street, Columbia, SC 29201. EOE. An employment application may be downloaded from the WIS website and mailed with resume (http://wistv.com).
Commercial Producer – Come work in a creative environment that appreciates taking chances! The number one station in Columbia, SC seeks a top notch creative services producer to join our award winning Marketing team at WIS. Must be proficient in scripting, lighting, shooting, audio recording, editing, and graphic design. The person in this position will work with clients, salespeople, and other station personnel involved in creating compelling commercials and promotional announcements. You must be able to turn clients ideas and products into effective commercials in a deadline-driven and fast-paced environment.
You must possess solid editing skills on Avid. Experience with After Effects and Photoshop is a plus.
The City of Columbia is requesting Bids from qualified general contractors for the following project:
PROJECT #SR808101 RECLAMATION AND RESURFACING GLENRIDGE SUBDIVISION
BID OPENING: JUNE 4, 2013 at 2:00 P.M.
PROVISIONS OF THE SUBCONTRACTOR OUTREACH PROGRAM AND LOCAL BUSINESS PREFERENCE POLICY APPLY
Complete Bid Packet Information can be picked up on May 20, 2013 from:
The City of Columbia – Utilities and Engineering Department
To access the “Notice To Contractors” for additional information log on www.Columbia.SC.Gov/EngBids or by calling (803) 545-3252 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Joseph D. Jaco,/(DLS)
Columbia Metropolitan Airport 2013 Internship Program
The Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) is currently accepting Letters of Interests and Resumes for the 2013 Airport Summer Internship Program. The internship program is geared toward, but not limited to, students majoring in hotel and tourism, human resources, marketing/public relations, transportation, engineering and/or business administration. The Letter of Interest must state why an Airport Internship would be beneficial educationally and vocationally.
The intern will spend approximately seventy-five (75%) percent of the program working on assignments within a designated department (Engineering, Human Resources, Public Relations etc.) and twenty-five (25%) percent of the program with other airport departments. The goal of the internship is to provide students with a well-rounded work experience while introducing them to the many facets of operating an airport and providing real-life hands-on experience in the student’s particular area of interest.
Interns must be at least 18 years of age and possess a valid Driver’s License. Specific job related requirements will be based on the area of the internship (example: an engineering intern must have a familiarity with AutoCAD, a marketing intern should have experience in photography, videography and social media). The typical work schedule will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday up to eight hours per day for a total of no more than 24 hours per week. Pay is $10.00 per hour. Pursuant to Transportation Security Administration regulations; a criminal background investigation is required. CAE is an EEO/AA Employer.
Submit Letters of Interest and Résumés to:
Mail: Columbia Metropolitan Airport
Deadline: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Drivers - CDL-A: Start - Co.Teams:
State of South Carolina
County of Richland
In Family Court Of The Fifth Judicial Circuit
Curtis A Nelson and Althea B Nelson Plaintiffs
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to Answer the Complaint in this action in which a copy is herewith served upon you and to serve a copy of your Answer on the sucribers at 105 Wise Court, Columbia, SC 29209, within thirty (30) days after service thereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and, if you fail to answer the complaint within the time aforesaid, a Judgement by Default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in this Complaint.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA ) IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
) FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COUNTY OF GEORGETOWN ) CASE NO.: 2011-CP-22-0311
Connie Sumpter, Alfonza W. Sumpter, Jr., Roosevelt Skinner, Jr., Rolita S. Alford, Odessa S. Simmons, Evelyn Skinner, Keith Skinner, Leo Skinner, Angie Skinner, McKinley Skinner, Levan Skinner, Mary Skinner, Linda Dewitt, Lester Brown, Annetta Sumpter, Govan Sumpter, Jr., Dennis Sumpter, Theopia Sumpter, Patricia Sumpter, Carol Thomas, Katherine Thomas, Ethel Dickerson, Norman Dickerson, Jr., Lorene Blunt, Deborah Blunt, Jean Dickerson Savage, Melvinia D. Kelly, James Dickerson, Edward Dickerson, Gloria Dickerson and Joseph Dallas, Jr.,
Lawrence Smith, John Doe and Jane Doe, being fictitious names used to designate any and all heirs-at-law of Richard Skinner, Julia Elliott Skinner, Allard Skinner, Bosie Skinner, Charlotte Skinner, Ellie Skinner, John Skinner, Lila Vandeross, Lily Pope, Riff Skinner, Rosa Oaks (Oakes), Sarah Sumpter, Herbert Skinner, Levinia Davis Skinner, Marion Duncan, Evelyn Pope Cuttino, Alfonso Cuttino, II, Roosevelt Skinner, Harold Skinner, McKinley Skinner, Thelma Skinner, Fred Sumpter, Marion Brown Sumpter, Carrie Oaks (Oakes) Meadows, Henry Oaks (Oakes), James Oaks, Julia Oaks (Oakes) Boynton, Samuel Oaks (Oakes), Joseph Oaks (Oakes), Mildred Oaks (Oakes) Criss, Leola O. Wright, Beatrice Dickerson Blunt, Bertha Dickerson Robinson, Callah Dosha Dickerson, Ethel Dickerson, Ida Dickerson, Joshua Dickerson, III, Melvina Dickerson, Morris Dickerson, Murray Dickerson, Shirley Dickerson Thomas, Dorothy Dickerson Williams, Norman Dickerson, Joseph Blunt, Jesse James Dickerson, Betsy Dickerson Williams, Dwight Dickerson, Abbie Heggs Dickerson, Joseph Dallas, Ora Lee Sumpter, Callon Sumpter David, Hiliard N. Sumpter, Lila Sumpter and Vivian Sumpter, deceased, their devisees, distributees, legatees or representatives, including such of them that may be minors, incompetents or persons suffering under any legal disability and any and all persons claiming any right, title and interest or lien upon the real estate described in the Complaint in this action, whether they are under legal disability or in the armed forces of the United States of America,
NOTICE OF HEARING
TO: DEFENDANTS ABOVE NAMED:
Please be informed that a hearing is scheduled in the above captioned case on May 20, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. The hearing will be held before the Master-in-Equity for Georgetown County in the Georgetown County Courthouse located at 401 Cleland Street (2nd Floor – Master-In-Equity Courtroom), Georgetown, South Carolina 29440.
You are invited to attend and participate in this hearing.
SO BE NOTIFIED.
Georgetown, SC Louis Morant
May 13, 2013 Attorney for Plaintiffs
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