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Fourth Civil War marker goes up

Fourth Civil War marker goes up

The fourth historical marker from the Battle of Selma will now have people looking at history in a new way. Read more | comments

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Edgewood student wins spelling bee

Edgewood student wins spelling bee

The Dallas County 2015 Spelling Bee ended with fourth grader Aniya Mitchell of Edgewood Elementary crowned champion after successfully spelling the word bequeath. Read more | comments

City prepares for Jubilee crowds, traffic

Thousands of people will be welcomed into the Queen City next week, as the city celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery marches. Read more | comments

Still time to register for chili cookoff

The deadline to register for the fourth annual Alabama River Chili Cookoff is quickly approaching. So far, 28 teams have already signed up for the ... Read more | comments

Temple invites public for special service

Temple Mishkan Israel in Selma is inviting the public out to a special Friday night Sabbath Service to be held March 6 at 7 p.m. Read more | comments

  1. County goes after tenants who owe cash  | comments
  2. Final plans underway for Sunday’s Unity Walk  | comments
  3. Teacher to retire after 42 years  | comments
  4. Website launched for voting rights anniversary  | comments
  5. Q Commons set for Thursday at St. James  | comments
  6. Woman’s death ruled homicide  | comments
  7. Central Alabama Fair legend passes away  | comments
  8. Winter weather likely north of Dallas County  | comments
  9. Concert series welcomes Selma singer back home  | comments
  10. Woman found unconscious on side of road dies  | comments
  11. “Glory” from Selma wins Oscar for Best Original Song  | comments
  12. Cyclists bike 54 miles from Selma to Montgomery  | comments
  13. Melton’s bill calls for referendum on minimum wage increase  | comments
  14. Selma may see HUD upgrades  | comments
  15. Woman reported missing in December found fine  | comments
  16. All 54 miles of Selma to Montgomery march will be relived  | comments

Sports

Bears ready for early morning tip-off

The Keith Lady Bears will have an early wakeup call Friday morning for their 1A state championship game against Spring Garden. Read more | comments

  1. Dallas County’s season ends with loss to Ramsay  | comments
  2. Moore won’t be on sideline for Dallas County’s game Thursday  | comments
  3. Hornets could be without coach Moore vs. Ramsay  | comments

Editorial

Stay patient during jubilee

Selma will be the center of attention next week, as thousands of people converge on the Queen City to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Stay patient during jubilee

Selma will be the center of attention next week, as thousands of people converge on the Queen City to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Article misses main story of “Selma” film

Dear editor, I have read Cecil Williamson’s opinion piece about the movie “Selma.” This letter responds to his observations about the movie. William’s article focuses ... Read more | comments


Health & Fitness

YMCA helps people keep New Year resolutions

YMCA helps people keep New Year resolutions

With the New Year comes new resolutions, and many people promise this is the year they will lose weight and live healthier. Read more | comments

Education

Edgewood student wins spelling bee

Edgewood student wins spelling bee

The Dallas County 2015 Spelling Bee ended with fourth grader Aniya Mitchell of Edgewood Elementary crowned champion after successfully spelling the word bequeath. Read more | comments

Business

Chamber honors mail carrier as rising star

Chamber honors mail carrier as rising star

As Charles Roscoe Jr., a letter carrier for the United States Post Office in Selma, prepared for his daily route Wednesday, he was surprised with ... Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Final plans underway for Sunday’s Unity Walk

Final plans underway for Sunday’s Unity Walk

Final plans are being made for Sunday’s Unity Walk. Read more | comments