Interpretive Center exhibits ready for public

Interpretive Center exhibits ready for public

Three years after the National Park Service’s Selma Interpretive Center opened its doors to the public, National Park Service ranger Theresa Hall finally has the ... Read more | comments

Latest news

City gets oil lease funds

During Thursday’s city council work session, the council members got their first look at the city’s cut of oil lease funds. Read more | comments

  1. Windham’s iconic work set for summer re-release  | comments
  2. Forecast causes Relay change  | comments
  3. Butterflies and Bridges Run set for Saturday  | comments

More News

Young dog bite victim recovering at home

Young dog bite victim recovering at home

A reported dog attack left a 4-year-old girl with lacerations on her face and head.  A playful time between four-year-old Ja’Terrika Thomas and a neighbor’s ... Read more | comments

Election year had negative effect on legislature

Local legislators are saying the 2014 election year left several, controversial issues unaddressed during the legislative session. The session ended in early April, but state ... Read more | comments

The Dart: Home is where the handiwork is

The Dart: Home is where the handiwork is

Editor’s note: The Dart is a weekly feature, where reporters throw a dart at a map of Selma to find a random location for a ... Read more | comments

Tice rejoins STJ’s staff

Tasha Tice has been named the Times-Journal’s audience development manager, focusing on building the reach and audience of all of the Times-Journal’s print and digital ... Read more | comments

  1. Banquet kicks off Relay for Life  | comments
  2. Cahaba Center officials in ‘shock’  | comments
  3. Police hope to curb expected increase in crime activity  | comments
  4. Bridge construction forces church to redirect procession  | comments
  5. County unveils unpaid tax lists  | comments
  6. New club seeks to mentor boys  | comments
  7. Candidate forum set for Thursday  | comments
  8. Cancer walk planned for Orrville  | comments
  9. Despite saving efforts, JC Penney still on schedule to close May 3  | comments
  10. Survivors invited to celebrate life  | comments
  11. Morgan team chasing a national title  | comments
  12. Chips for Charity a huge hit  | comments
  13. First responders honored at annual banquet  | comments
  14. Major events planned around ongoing bridge construction  | comments
  15. Pastor shares an all too familiar story  | comments
  16. Ufomadu shares advice in next book  | comments

Sports

DCHS’ Moorer selected to North-South game

Dallas County guard Jerrod Moorer has been named to the south roster for the 2014 North-South Boys and Girls Basketball All-Star game for the 18th ... Read more | comments

  1. Lee-Scott dominates AISA state track meet  | comments
  2. Senators’ tennis teams still chasing AISA title  | comments
  3. Selma prepares for baseball playoff game  | comments

Editorial

After state championship and Mr. Basketball award, Lee has bright future ahead

Dallas County is now home to the best high school basketball player in the state of Alabama. Wednesday, Dallas County High senior William Lee was ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

After state championship and Mr. Basketball award, Lee has bright future ahead

Dallas County is now home to the best high school basketball player in the state of Alabama. Wednesday, Dallas County High senior William Lee was ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Spring is a busy time for Selma, Dallas County

Spring has finally arrived. As the weather warms and the days grow longer our community is blooming with all kinds of wonderful things. Whether it’s ... Read more | comments


Health & Fitness

YMCA of Selma-Dallas Co. helps everyone in to the pool

YMCA of Selma-Dallas Co. helps everyone in to the pool

With temperatures on the rise and summer on its way, swim classes at the YMCA of Selma-Dallas County are getting swimmers prepared to hit the ... Read more | comments

Education

New club seeks to mentor boys

New club seeks to mentor boys

A local Selma City school is working to help its students with a new mentoring club.  Members of Cedar Park Elementary School’s latest organization, the ... Read more | comments

Business

Craig Field’s Selma Air Center increases fuel sales

Craig Field’s Selma Air Center increases fuel sales

During its Air Force days, Craig Field buzzed with activity. Airplanes took off and landed frequently as Craig served as a training center for young ... Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Bridge construction forces church to redirect procession

Bridge construction forces church to redirect procession

For more than two decades, a service depicting the crucifixion of Christ followed the same route. Thanks to an ongoing bridge replacement project on Dallas ... Read more | comments