Dallas County man shot and killed by older brother Monday

Dallas County man shot and killed by older brother Monday

A decades-long dispute between two siblings ended in tragedy Monday evening after authorities say a Dallas County man shot and killed his younger brother. Dallas County ... Read more | comments

Latest news

Mr. Carl Hatcher

  Mr. Carl Hatcher, Jr., 73, resident of Selma, passed away  July 21, 2014 at Vaughan Regional Hospital. Services will be announced by Randall Miller Funeral ... Read more | comments

  1. Wet conditions likely to blame for worker’s slip  | comments
  2. City officials expect Amphitheater to be finished before Jubilee  | comments
  3. Accelerator’s business picking up  | comments

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Selma woman killed in accident

A Selma woman was killed in a single-vehicle accident Saturday afternoon. Wilma M. Dudley, 61, died when the 2004 Jeep Liberty she was driving left ... Read more | comments

One Black Belt county still waiting for jobless figures to improve

More Alabamians were looking for work in June, especially those in Black Belt counties, according to the latest report from the state department of labor. According ... Read more | comments

Selma Police expect to receive 2015 model cars at low price

Selma Police expect to receive 2015 model cars at low price

The Selma Police Department will have to wait a bit longer for its new police cars, but could receive 2015 models at 2014 prices. The ... Read more | comments

Sessions fighting for catfish screening

Months after the 2014 Farm Bill’s passage, and six years after its 2008 approval, a catfish inspection program remains in limbo, with regulations undecided. The ... Read more | comments

  1. Edmundite to offer ‘Slice of Hope’ Tuesday  | comments
  2. New station puts faith in new programming  | comments
  3. Historic Trail part of booming National Park Service sites  | comments
  4. Selma Police get ready to hand out school supplies  | comments
  5. Uniontown Police charge two with rape  | comments
  6. Children, families turn out for first Community Family Fun Festival  | comments
  7. Experts urge residents to become more active  | comments
  8. Alabama Department of Corrections holds graduation ceremony Thursday  | comments
  9. Selma City Council meetings may be broadcast on FM  | comments
  10. Flennory given $30,000 bond  | comments
  11. Framing is an art form for workers at Selma frame shop  | comments
  12. Selma Police Department recovers escaped suspect  | comments
  13. Selma in need of new city treasurer  | comments
  14. Old Montgomery Highway could soon get streetlights  | comments
  15. Work underway at Dinkins Pool  | comments
  16. The Dart: Texas church tours Selma’s Civil Rights landmarks  | comments

Sports

Alabama basketball players lead free Sarrell camp

Alabama basketball players lead free Sarrell camp

Sarrell Dental Center held its third annual basketball camp Saturday at Selma High School with the help of the University of Alabama and some local ... Read more | comments

  1. Morgan hires Bohannon as volleyball, basketball coach  | comments
  2. Selma All-Stars ready for state tournaments  | comments
  3. Teen Challenge victorious in charity softball game  | comments

Editorial

Progress slow in Selma

Major projects don’t happen overnight, but in the riverfront amphitheater’s case it’s been two years of repeated delays. It’s unclear if the project’s ultimate deadline ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Republicans not improving Alabama

Last week, Republican legislators shot down Governor Bentley’s plan to explore new revenue streams for the state of Alabama. The legislative leadership emphatically rejected the ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Former administrator stresses safety

Dear editor, School bus safety is essential. The month of August is quickly approaching. This signals the state school tax holiday, and the beginning of ... Read more | comments


Health & Fitness

Experts urge residents to become more active

Experts urge residents to become more active

Getting in shape sounds difficult, but local experts say getting started is really the hard part. Kevin Freels, with UAB Selma Family Medicine, said he tells ... Read more | comments

Education

County schools’ wireless project is completed

County schools’ wireless project is completed

By Scottie Brown The Selma Times-Journal Dallas County School System’s two-year journey to bring wireless Internet access to all of its occupied buildings has finally ... Read more | comments

Business

Family comes first for Selma businessman

Family comes first for Selma businessman

Running a successful clothing store is a family affair for Zuheir Dabit, owner of On Time Fashions in downtown Selma. The store’s Alabama Avenue location is ... Read more | comments

Faith & Family

New station puts faith in new programming

New station puts faith in new programming

Selma resident Dan Presley‘s 1991 experience on a Christian radio station led to a vision to build his own station. In less than a year, ... Read more | comments