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Man found with gunshot wound to head

Paranormal team investigates Old Cahawba

Paranormal team investigates Old Cahawba

Even with the rich history that Selma and Dallas County has, there is sure to be more than what the eye can see. Read more | comments

Latest news

Man found with gunshot wound to head

The Selma Police Department is conducting a death investigation after finding a man with a gunshot wound to the head on the 600 block of ... Read more | comments

  1. Mud Run 5K supports charity  | comments
  2. Bands entertain packed Memorial Stadium  | comments
  3. Walking tour attracts out of town guests  | comments

More News

Southern Star casino reopens with “bingo” in White Hall

The sign at Southern Star Entertainment on U.S. 80 in White Hall on Thursday night proclaimed, “Open — Bingo, October, 16, 2014.” And Lowndes County ... Read more | comments

United Way campaign underway

United Way campaign underway

Jeff Cothran, executive director of the United Way, was all smiles Thursday as he marked the agency’s fundraising thermometer to indicate a $150,000 donation from ... Read more | comments

Stock the shelves to help others

The holidays are quickly approaching, and while many families are getting ideas together for their family dinners, others are wondering how they are going to ... Read more | comments

Roussell remembered by family members

Norward Roussell was a man who had a large influence as the first black superintendent of the Selma City School System. To Norward’s family, he ... Read more | comments

  1. Candy buyback to help troops  | comments
  2. Water issue at stadium solved  | comments
  3. Monday named as deadline to register to vote  | comments
  4. Meadowview students dissect sheep heart  | comments
  5. Dallas County Sheriff’s Dept. arrest reports for period ending Oct. 17:  | comments
  6. Sheriff’s Department looking for person of interest  | comments
  7. Bond hearing held for stabbing suspect  | comments
  8. Alabama AD to speak at QB Club Monday  | comments
  9. Victims recognized at vigil  | comments
  10. Historic march was a turning point for Brown  | comments
  11. Alleged robber shoots victim in hand, himself in leg during scuffle  | comments
  12. SOMETHING’S BREWING: Coffee roaster set to open  | comments
  13. Mayor’s Charity Golf Tournament sees record crowd  | comments
  14. Health Department to host walk-in flu clinic on Friday  | comments
  15. Council green lights another $20,000 for St. James Hotel  | comments
  16. Special guests go back in time to Wild West  | comments

Sports

Alabama scores 45 in first half, dominates Texas A&M

Alabama scores 45 in first half, dominates Texas A&M

TUSCALOOSA (AP) — Alabama looked every bit the part of a national title contender, with a point-a-minute attack and a defense that planted a goose ... Read more | comments

  1. Loss to Clarke means no playoffs for Panthers  | comments
  2. Freedom shuts out Meadowview  | comments
  3. ACA dominates Ellwood Christian  | comments

Editorial

Candy buyback program gives back in best way

Halloween is less than two weeks away and most of us are already getting set. Candy is being bought and costumes are being prepared, as ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Everyone has their share of bad days

Can you imagine what life would be like if every one of your friends were a “saint?” It would make everything much better on ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Thanks for the support of the Fair

On behalf of the Selma Lions Club and the Central Alabama Fair, we wish to express our appreciation and say thank you to all the ... Read more | comments


Health & Fitness

Upward Soccer season kicks off in Valley Grande

Upward Soccer season kicks off in Valley Grande

Upward soccer is back in season at Valley Grande Baptist Church, and the children are just as excited as ever. Coaches, players, family, and friends gathered ... Read more | comments

Education

Hundreds of students gather for college fair

Hundreds of students gather for college fair

Hundreds of local students gathered at Selma High School on Tuesday evening ready to plan their future. Read more | comments

Business

SOMETHING’S BREWING: Coffee roaster set to open

SOMETHING’S BREWING: Coffee roaster set to open

Ryan Bergeron has an idea brewing at the Arsenal Place Business Accelerator. The 30-year-old Selma native is almost ready to open Revival Coffee Company. Read more | comments

Faith & Family

St. Paul’s preps for Lobsterfest

St. Paul’s preps for Lobsterfest

The time to purchase tickets for Lobsterfest is running out. Wednesday when the Maine Lobsters are finished being prepared, hundreds are expected to flock to ... Read more | comments