Angel Tree Blitz nears goal

Angel Tree Blitz nears goal

Christmas should be little merrier for hundreds of less fortunate children following the Salvation Army’s fourth annual Angel Tree Blitz. Read more | comments

Latest news

City awards $424,000 in one-time employee pay raises

Selma Mayor George Evans announced Tuesday that the city would be awarding one-time raises to all its employees. Read more | comments

  1. Organizations partner to give away books  | comments
  2. Selma Choral Society plans for ‘Messiah’  | comments
  3. Tyler woman pleads guilty to unemployment fraud  | comments

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Selma Quarterback Club awards scholarships

Selma Quarterback Club awards scholarships

The Selma Quarterback Club gave out thousands of dollars in scholarships Monday night, with each student coming from a different Dallas County-based high school. Read more | comments

St. James gets new historical marker

St. James gets new historical marker

The April 1865 Society, Inc. is placing historic markers around the city, allowing visitors to tell where they are and what significant moments in history ... Read more | comments

Delta Regional Authority announces grant for Selma center

The Delta Regional Authority has announced plans to invest $150,000 into renovations at the Selma Interpretative Center. Read more | comments

USPS begins 7-day package delivery through Christmas

USPS announced Friday that it will be delivering packages seven days a week until Christmas Day in several Alabama location, including Selma. Read more | comments

  1. Train blew horns, tried to stop before hitting man Friday  | comments
  2. Thanksgiving costs higher than 2013  | comments
  3. Unique finds at Sturdivant Hall’s artisans fair  | comments
  4. Events will help seniors with Medicare  | comments
  5. Angel Tree Blitz to help 600 children  | comments
  6. Chamber works to finish Selma audio tour  | comments
  7. Severe weather possible Sunday  | comments
  8. UPDATE: Man struck and killed by train  | comments
  9. Attempted murder suspect turns self in at station  | comments
  10. Final preparations under way for artisan’s fair  | comments
  11. Dallas BOE member earns state honor  | comments
  12. Churches come together for Thanksgiving  | comments
  13. Tornado confirmed in Perry County  | comments
  14. Operation Christmas Child collects 1,997 boxes so far  | comments
  15. Women’s self-defense class Friday  | comments
  16. Pedestrian continues to recover  | comments

Sports

Ellwood will play season opener Friday vs. Selma

Ellwood will play season opener Friday vs. Selma

Ellwood Christian players have had to wait and watch as other teams from Dallas County opened up their basketball seasons over the last two weeks. Ellwood ... Read more | comments

  1. All Meadowview teams fall to Evangel Christian  | comments
  2. Wasden back in Selma, entertains quarterback club  | comments
  3. Alabama rolls past Western Carolina on Homecoming  | comments

Editorial

Historic markers to be placed around Selma

Selma has so much history that sometimes it’s hard to remember everything that has happened in the Queen City. The April 1865 Society, Inc. is helping ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Historic markers to be placed around Selma

Selma has so much history that sometimes it’s hard to remember everything that has happened in the Queen City. The April 1865 Society, Inc. is helping ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Letter to the editor discusses Parents’ Bill of Rights for Public Schools

Dear editor, The first 10 amendments in the U.S. Constitution, or the Bill of Rights, set forth the priceless rights or freedoms that all Americans ... 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

Dallas BOE member earns state honor

Dallas BOE member earns state honor

Dallas County Board of Education member William Minor recently earned a spot on the 2014 All-State School Board. Read more | comments

Business

Shoppers get preview of Christmas season

Shoppers get preview of Christmas season

It’s 50 days Tuesday until Christmas but shoppers packed downtown Selma stores Monday for a preview. Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Ten Thousand Villages Festival coming soon

Ten Thousand Villages Festival coming soon

The Presbyterian Women of Cornerstone Presbyterian Church will provide people a chance to give back while take home one-of-a-kind arts and crafts. Read more | comments