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Magazine names Jubilee among the top 100 events to attend in 2015

Magazine names  Jubilee among the top 100 events to attend in 2015

The 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday and the annual Bridge Crossing next March has been named one of the top 100 events to see in ... Read more | comments

Latest news

Huge crowd flocks to Sturdivant Hall

Good food, good crowd, good weather, and football drew nearly 500 people to Sturdivant Hall’s annual Barbeque on the Green. Read more | comments

  1. McPherson named Guild’s artist for October  | comments
  2. Filing for exemption begins Oct. 1  | comments
  3. Alabama’s Antebellum period the focus of Lunch at the Library  | comments

More News

Tortoise reunited with owners after 24-hour adventure

Tortoise reunited with owners after 24-hour adventure

You wouldn’t think a 50-pound tortoise could make the nearly 17-mile trip from Marion Junction to downtown Selma in less than day. Then again, you ... Read more | comments

The Dart: Johnson makes the most of each day

The Dart: Johnson makes the most of each day

Making the best of everything can be hard in today’s world, but Dyas Johnson, a Selma resident, does just that. Read more | comments

Selma man faces multiple sexual assault charges

A Selma male is facing sexual assault charges after allegedly sexually assaulting two of his girlfriend’s female relatives Sunday. Read more | comments

Holiday House comes home

Old Depot Museum’s annual Holiday House fundraiser is returning to the Larry D. Striplin Performing Arts Center. Read more | comments

  1. UPDATE: Reports of missing boater proved to be a false alarm  | comments
  2. Police seek fugitive in Sunday shooting  | comments
  3. Payments of $1M owed city schools delayed by state  | comments
  4. Phase one of pool done; vandals strike  | comments
  5. Valley Grande approves increase for city retirees  | comments
  6. Denean, Sanders join STJ’s staff  | comments
  7. Final touches being prepared for Fair  | comments
  8. IRS warns of more scams  | comments
  9. Speed left a lasting legacy  | comments
  10. Jewish community invites others to High Holy Days  | comments
  11. Retailers have big plans for this year’s shopping season  | comments
  12. Selma native named chief resident at UAB  | comments
  13. BBQ on the Green tickets remain  | comments
  14. Doctors urge caution as mystery virus arrives  | comments
  15. Phoenix Alternative Program set for transformation into brand new Hope Academy  | comments
  16. New YMCA Leaders Club has big plans  | comments

Sports

Auburn escapes upset-minded Kansas State

Auburn escapes upset-minded Kansas State

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Nick Marshall threw two touchdown passes, Auburn forced three turnovers and the fifth-ranked Tigers held on to beat mistake-prone No. 20 ... Read more | comments

  1. Lady Saints fall to Chilton to begin region play  | comments
  2. Greatness is determined by the love you show  | comments
  3. Ellwood, Keith prepare for annual rivalry in game of the week  | comments

Editorial

Tough calls are just part of the business

For those who sat through the rain at an area high school football game Friday evening in Dallas County, you now know the value of ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Greatness is determined by the love you show

I attended the Selma High School training table at the St. James Hotel last week and it was fantastic indeed. Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Zilkha is already making a difference

Judge Kim Ballard and I recently visited the Zilkha Biomass Selma Plant to help with signage to the plant location. We toured the site and ... Read more | comments


Health & Fitness

Speed left a lasting legacy

Speed left a lasting legacy

Dr. Bryant Speed dedicated more than four decades to correcting his patients’ teeth, but it was his kind-hearted ways that left everyone around him smiling. ... Read more | comments

Education

Library welcomes first graders from throughout the county

Library welcomes first graders from throughout the county

Each year, the Selma-Dallas County Public Library provides an enormous opportunity for first graders in the area. Young scholars, from each elementary school in Dallas ... Read more | comments

Business

Retailers have big plans for this year’s shopping season

Retailers have big plans for this year’s shopping season

It may be hard to believe, but it’s already time to get ready for the holiday season. Gearing up for the season is just what some ... Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Jewish community invites others to High Holy Days

Jewish community invites others to High Holy Days

It’s acting Rabbi Steve Grossman’s hope that when the Jewish community comes together to celebrate High Holy Days, several people from the general public will ... Read more | comments