Tabernacle program honors martyrs

Tabernacle program honors martyrs

More than 50 years after Tabernacle Baptist Church played host to the first mass meeting on equal voting rights in Selma, it helped get the ... Read more | comments

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Mayor, council welcome Foot Soldiers, world

No film will ever recapture the drama and conflict that was Bloody Sunday and the Selma to Montgomery march as vividly as the memories of ... Read more | comments

  1. Concordia hosting university students  | comments
  2. Sharpton to lead forum on AIDS  | comments
  3. 50th Anniversary Events: What to do on Thursday  | comments

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Evans: We only have one chance to do this right

Despite any inconveniences this weekend might bring, it will be worth it in the end. That’s what Selma Mayor George Evans told a group of ... Read more | comments

Who’s performing in Selma this weekend?

One of the nation’s top gospel artists is making a stop in Selma for a special concert at Selma High School. Read more | comments

Defiant Alabama regains ground against gay marriage

Alabama’s stand against same-sex marriage regained ground Wednesday after the state’s highest court ruled that its ban remains legal, despite federal court pressure to begin ... Read more | comments

Students will be on TODAY show

Students will be on TODAY show

Members of the Youth Leadership Selma-Dallas County were interviewed by TV anchor Sheinelle Jones and will be featured on NBC’s Today Show Saturday morning. Read more | comments

  1. Selma woman hits century mark  | comments
  2. Selma prepares to welcome world  | comments
  3. Search for Selma superintendent down to five finalists  | comments
  4. Alabama Supreme Court halts same-sex marriage  | comments
  5. Edmundite Missions honored for role in movement  | comments
  6. How to see Obama’s speech from Edmund Pettus Bridge  | comments
  7. Thousands ‘come home’ Sunday during Unity Walk  | comments
  8. Goody’s will close by end of month  | comments
  9. Gold Medal bill now headed to Obama’s desk  | comments
  10. GWC to be recognized for history  | comments
  11. Prisons, charter schools on Legislature’s agenda  | comments
  12. Another chance of winter weather this week  | comments
  13. Groups pick up litter ahead of historic week  | comments
  14. Council cancels St. James contract  | comments
  15. Old Cahawba offers wagon tour  | comments
  16. Program will help farmers grow their business  | comments

Sports

Opening day prep ongoing for city league

Opening day prep ongoing for city league

Baseball and softball opening day is still over a month away for the Selma Recreation Department, but there’s plenty to be done. Lebo Jones, who oversees ... Read more | comments

  1. CCA women move foward to USCAA semifinals  | comments
  2. Selma opens season with losses to Hillcrest  | comments
  3. DCHS grad Jones named SSAC pitcher of the week  | comments

Editorial

Looking back 50 years, Selma still has many opportunities on the horizon

It’s show time for Selma, as Friday truly kicks off the start of this year’s Bridge Crossing Jubilee and the festivities that surround the 50th ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Looking back 50 years, Selma still has many opportunities on the horizon

It’s show time for Selma, as Friday truly kicks off the start of this year’s Bridge Crossing Jubilee and the festivities that surround the 50th ... 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

Concordia hosting university students

Concordia hosting university students

Concordia College Alabama welcomed other colleges from across the United States to Selma this week to show them what life is all about 50 years ... 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

Tabernacle program honors martyrs

Tabernacle program honors martyrs

More than 50 years after Tabernacle Baptist Church played host to the first mass meeting on equal voting rights in Selma, it helped get the ... Read more | comments