Selma High band ready for jazz show

Selma High band ready for jazz show

Nothing but good tunes belted from Selma High School’s band room Monday, as the jazz band readies for Tuesday’s concert. Read more | comments

Latest news

Men shot in unrelated incidents over Fourth of July weekend

The Selma Police Department is investigating multiple shootings over Fourth of July weekend after a 28-year-old male and 16-year-old male were shot in unrelated incidents. Read more | comments

  1. Police work busy holiday weekend  | comments
  2. Travelers spent $86 million in Dallas County last year  | comments
  3. Book tells story of overcoming racism  | comments

More News

Police department holds first camp

Police department holds first camp

Fifteen local youth traded their own beds and technology for cabins and the great outdoors for a week to participate in the first Selma Police ... Read more | comments

Fourth of July festivities go on despite rain

Despite bad weather Saturday evening, Selma and other towns across Dallas County attempted Fourth of July celebrations in some fashion. Read more | comments

NAACP plans march from Selma to D.C.

The NAACP is planning an 860-mile march next month from Selma to Washington, D.C. Read more | comments

‘Jimmie Lee & James’ tells foot soldiers’ stories

Bestselling authors have written a book to show how the death of two seemingly parallel people, paved the way to the Voting Rights Act of ... Read more | comments

  1. City hopes for good turnout Saturday  | comments
  2. Winn-Dixie’S Fourth of July profits help wounded veterans  | comments
  3. Bentley: BP money won’t fix budget  | comments
  4. Groups to sponsor health fair  | comments
  5. What to do for Fourth in Selma and Dallas County  | comments
  6. Rally planned in Uniontown over environmental issues  | comments
  7. Police chief offers tips for safe holiday weekend  | comments
  8. Center field wall returning to Bloch Park  | comments
  9. After wait, welcome center to open again  | comments
  10. New faces will greet students this fall  | comments
  11. Second ceramic art camp starts July 6  | comments
  12. Group plans Voting Rights Act celebration  | comments
  13. Dream becoming reality at community garden  | comments
  14. Garbage, water bills can’t be tied together  | comments
  15. Orrville ready for big Fourth of July  | comments
  16. Times-Journal ranked among state’s best newspapers  | comments

Sports

Faith, basketball focus of youth camp

Faith, basketball focus of youth camp

A Christian organization is using basketball as a way to reach out to area youth about the Bible. Read more | comments

  1. Eaton looks at starting women’s flag football  | comments
  2. Selma survives strange finish to win district  | comments
  3. Selma-Keith playdate battle provides peek to fall  | comments

Editorial

Citizens of Selma should show more support for city organized events in the future

We are disappointed more citizens didn’t show up for the city of Selma’s Fourth of July Street Festival. The city hired bands, put up a ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Lawmakers should expand Medicaid

Over the weekend, friends and family gathered together to celebrate our nation’s Independence Day. More than 200 years ago, we came together to sign a ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Letter says best is yet to come in Selma

I love this city. Homegrown in a city that is known worldwide. The greatest gift we could ever offer to the world is simply love. 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

Selma High band ready for jazz show

Selma High band ready for jazz show

Nothing but good tunes belted from Selma High School’s band room Monday, as the jazz band readies for Tuesday’s concert. Read more | comments

Business

Butler-Truax spot wins state award

Butler-Truax spot wins state award

Rupert and Darla, also known as Todd Prater and Doris Butler-Truax, won the Judges Award of Merit for small market commercials from the Alabama Broadcasters ... Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Couple heads to Kenya on mission trip

Couple heads to Kenya on mission trip

Clint and Ellen Mitchell were dating for only a few weeks before they got engaged at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro last summer on a ... Read more | comments