Program helps older ‘students’ catch up on current technology

Program helps older ‘students’ catch up on current technology

Dallas County School students will not be the only ones to benefit from the system’s teachings this school year. Every Tuesday from September until the second ... Read more | comments

Latest news

Plane damaged by limb knocked loose by winds, rain

A T-33 plane, positioned in front of Selma’s Memorial Stadium, suffered significant damage Saturday when heavy rains and high winds caused a large tree limb ... Read more | comments

  1. Sturdivant Hall prepares for Barbeque on the Green  | comments
  2. Blackbelt Benefit Group puts focus on locally-grown food  | comments
  3. Missouri company purchases Alagasco  | comments

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Divas II Show to open Thursday

The Selma Art Guild is making final preparations to for an event that will showcase the works of a dozen local female artists. Jo Pate, executive ... Read more | comments

Four charged in connection with Labor Day shooting

Four people have been arrested and charged for their involvement in a dangerous shooting incident in downtown Selma early Monday morning. Selma Police are continuing to ... Read more | comments

Fireworks light up the Alabama River on Labor Day

Fireworks light up the Alabama River on Labor Day

The fireworks that lit up the Selma sky Monday night faded from view with a bang, leaving the sky dark and those watching in awe. Then, ... Read more | comments

District scouting out new scouts

District scouting out new scouts

Boy Scouts of America’s Crane district is recruiting new members from elementary schools in the Dallas County area. Representatives of the Boy Scouts of America’s Crane ... Read more | comments

  1. Selma resident leads local jail ministry  | comments
  2. Little Lamb sale set for fall arrival  | comments
  3. Moore-Stewart building new Honda showroom  | comments
  4. Arrest made after high-speed shootout through Selma  | comments
  5. Locally grown foods fill the menu  | comments
  6. Battling head injuries brings valuable lessons  | comments
  7. Semi accident leaves Selma HS, Payne Elementary without power  | comments
  8. Seven arrested in protest in Montgomery  | comments
  9. Phoenix Park plays host to I Have a Dream Celebration  | comments
  10. Central Alabama Fair pageants add new categories  | comments
  11. Meter install moving along  | comments
  12. County school populations falling  | comments
  13. Lauderdale fix to begin after Labor Day  | comments
  14. The Dart: Bailey enjoys adding a splash of color to her neighborhood  | comments
  15. Police continue to look for shooting suspects  | comments
  16. Partial council reviews city’s audit  | comments

Sports

Southside to use Gibbs and Cole at QB versus Satsuma

Southside to use Gibbs and Cole at QB versus Satsuma

Southside quarterback Khamari Gibbs has been cleared to play Friday against Satsuma, but the junior will not start. Read more | comments

  1. Hard work, creativity key to making cheer signs  | comments
  2. Crimson Tide run past West Virginia in opener  | comments
  3. Marshall, Auburn roll by Arkansas in second half  | comments

Editorial

Martin is one person that is making a difference

Jerria Martin knows she was called to be a part of something bigger. Over recent months, Martin has spent a dozen Sundays leading a Circle of ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Martin is one person that is making a difference

Jerria Martin knows she was called to be a part of something bigger. Over recent months, Martin has spent a dozen Sundays leading a Circle of ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Open houses, PTOs are valuable

Dear editor: The 2014-2015 school year has begun. Many schools will host an open house or back-to-school night. An open house is an event held ... Read more | comments


Health & Fitness

Blackbelt Benefit Group puts focus on locally-grown food

Blackbelt Benefit Group puts focus on locally-grown food

After six months of preparation, the Blackbelt Benefit Group hosted a sold out ‘A Seat at the Table — Farm to Feast’ this past weekend. The ... Read more | comments

Education

Program helps older ‘students’ catch up on current technology

Program helps older ‘students’ catch up on current technology

Dallas County School students will not be the only ones to benefit from the system’s teachings this school year. Every Tuesday from September until the second ... Read more | comments

Business

Working on cars is a lifelong passion

Working on cars is a lifelong passion

  If you are looking for Frank Blocton, odds are he’s under the hood. When he was only 13-years-old, Blocton admits now, he would pester ... Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Selma resident leads local jail ministry

Selma resident leads local jail ministry

If you told Selma resident Jerria Martin more than five months ago that she would be leading a jail ministry, she wouldn’t be able to ... Read more | comments