Salvation Army 2014 campaign goes through Christmas Eve

Salvation Army 2014 campaign goes through Christmas Eve

The ringing of the Salvation Army bells has become a familiar soundtrack to the holiday season, but volunteer Louise Boone adds her own personal flair. Read more | comments

Latest news

Couple accused of child abuse

Two Selma parents are facing child abuse charges concerning their 8-year-old boy, according to the Selma Police Department. Read more | comments

  1. City looks to take over recycling program  | comments
  2. Gray’s Furniture employee new ‘Rising Star’  | comments
  3. Santa and pals will promote reading Saturday  | comments

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New King B-Ski crowned at Selma Country Club

New King B-Ski crowned at Selma Country Club

The tapping of canes could be heard Friday night at the Selma Country Club at the annual Knights of Revelry Grand Ball. Read more | comments

Shooting injures Selma woman

Selma detectives are investigating a Friday night shooting that left a woman injured. Read more | comments

RATCO takes Riverfront Park by storm

RATCO takes Riverfront Park by storm

Self-expression can come in many different forms, but kids from Random Acts of Theatre Company do that through the arts. Read more | comments

Missing man reported safe in Tuscaloosa

A Selma man who was reported missing Thursday has been found safe in Tuscaloosa. Read more | comments

  1. Chase follows Selma business robbery, suspects still at-large  | comments
  2. World War II veterans turns 100  | comments
  3. Bridge demonstration protests police shootings  | comments
  4. ‘Selma’ gets Golden Globe nods  | comments
  5. Principals submit school improvement plans  | comments
  6. Campaign helps keep dementia patients safe  | comments
  7. Woman charged with stabbing another  | comments
  8. Selma business robbed at gunpoint  | comments
  9. Board gives raise after heated vote  | comments
  10. Shoebox floats roll through Morgan halls  | comments
  11. Project Alpha teaches responsibility  | comments
  12. Police ask for help to find missing man  | comments
  13. Man convicted of kidnapping, attempted rape of minor  | comments
  14. Art Jam becomes family affair  | comments
  15. Christmas cards will be sent to local veterans  | comments
  16. Dec. 31 last day to pay property taxes  | comments

Sports

Bears blame effort after blowout loss to R.C. Hatch

Bears blame effort after blowout loss to R.C. Hatch

ORRVILLE — Unable to match the energy of R.C. Hatch and unable to get to the free throw line, No. 3 Keith got hammered at ... Read more | comments

  1. Score Roundup: Selma boys, girls split with Hillcrest  | comments
  2. CCA Lady Hornets ranked No. 1 in USCAA coaches poll  | comments
  3. Challenging road ahead  | comments

Editorial

School improvement plans best for district

We hope that the school improvement plans presented during the Selma City School Board’s latest meeting will stand as examples of plans manifesting into a ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Jump start New Year’s resolutions at YMCA

By Ann Murray  The Selma Times-Journal    As Christmas inches closer and January is only days away, I pondered a way to jump start my ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Reader reacts to situation in Ferguson, Missouri

Streets are flooding with people, buildings are burning with fire and the air is thick with hostility. Tension is mounting, and civility is subsiding as ... Read more | comments


Health & Fitness

Health fair shares advice and recipes

Health fair shares advice and recipes

Some shoppers at Calhoun Foods left with more than groceries this week. After participating in the health fair organized by the store and Vaughan Community ... Read more | comments

Education

Shoebox floats roll through Morgan halls

Shoebox floats roll through Morgan halls

A few years ago little Margaret McLaughlin looked on from the sidelines as fourth graders marched down Morgan Academy’s hallways showing off their floats for ... Read more | comments

Business

Gray’s Furniture employee new ‘Rising Star’

Gray’s Furniture employee new ‘Rising Star’

Gray’s Furniture employee Leroy “Mick” Williams has been named the December Rising Star. Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Project Alpha teaches responsibility

Project Alpha teaches responsibility

Project Alpha is trying to make a difference in the community by teaching young men how to live a better life. Read more | comments

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