Sheriff’s Dept.: Missing woman not in danger

Sheriff’s Dept.: Missing woman not in danger

The Dallas County Sheriff’s Department is scaling back a missing person investigation after receiving proof the woman is safe. Read more | comments

Latest news

Pandora Club dances night away

One of Selma’s oldest social clubs celebrated a long-lasting tradition at the Selma Country Club Friday night. Read more | comments

  1. Two more cases of TB reported in Marion  | comments
  2. Guilty plea entered in 2014 home invasion  | comments
  3. Junebugg’s booth will benefit shelter animals  | comments

More News

YMCA talks continue at City Hall

The Selma City Council continued to discuss the city’s lodging fee and how much of it should go to the YMCA of Selma and Dallas ... Read more | comments

Police: Hotel shooting may be bad drug deal

A Selma man, 49, was injured Wednesday evening during a shooting at the Budget Inn hotel. Read more | comments

Efforts help people improve their financial management

A free four-week financial course aims to help people who are struggling with managing money or making a budget. Read more | comments

SABRA Sanctuary to host annual auction, fundraiser

SABRA Sanctuary will be hosting its annual auction and dinner on Thursday, Feb. 18 to raise funds to help end domestic violence. Read more | comments

  1. Soccer star, Selma native Mia Hamm visits hometown  | comments
  2. Sheriff’s department searches for missing woman  | comments
  3. Soccer star Mia Hamm returns to birth place  | comments
  4. SouthernCare opens office  | comments
  5. SPD warns of rise in tax season theft, fraud  | comments
  6. Bentley wants cuts, education funding shift  | comments
  7. Fitts writes new book  | comments
  8. Unmarked cop car stolen, wrecked  | comments
  9. City debates contract with YMCA  | comments
  10. Museum wants to salvage warehouse  | comments
  11. Ongoing feud results in shootings  | comments
  12. Bentley calls for prison bond issue, prekindergarten boost  | comments
  13. Dallas County under tornado watch  | comments
  14. Students learn about colleges  | comments
  15. Supreme Court ruling on juveniles will affect some local cases  | comments
  16. Electronic voter registration now available  | comments

Sports

Local coaches discuss how, if  recruiting is growing in Selma

Local coaches discuss how, if recruiting is growing in Selma

Six local football players signed with college programs on National Signing Day, continuing a recent trend where Dallas County area schools are sending more and ... Read more | comments

  1. Hornets sweep Eagles in regular season finale  | comments
  2. Davis’ late free throws lead Selma to win  | comments
  3. Soccer star, Selma native Mia Hamm visits hometown  | comments

Editorial

Give museum chance to save warehouse

Old Depot Museum director Beth Spivey has a plan to save a historic rail warehouse next to the museum. Spivey has asked the city council ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Give museum chance to save warehouse

Old Depot Museum director Beth Spivey has a plan to save a historic rail warehouse next to the museum. Spivey has asked the city council ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Program giving students great opportunities

I was born and raised in Selma and the Selma area, and I always enjoy returning home to visit with family and friends in the ... Read more | comments


Health & Fitness

Bharita passes certification exam

Bharita passes certification exam

Selma Nephrology Center celebrates Dr. Aditya Bharita’s most recent accomplishment, passing his nephrology certification exam. Read more | comments

Education

Cedar Park Elementary to add school garden

Cedar Park Elementary to add school garden

New learning programs are growing at Cedar Park Elementary. Read more | comments

Business

SouthernCare opens office

SouthernCare opens office

SouthernCare Hospice Services has opened a local office next to Vaughan Regional Medical Center. Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Safe Harbor opens in new location

Safe Harbor opens in new location

Safe Harbor Women’s Medical Clinic has recently moved to a new location, where it plans to continue offering services to pregnant women. Read more | comments