Renosol workers sign petition

Renosol workers sign petition

Employees at Renosol Seating in Selma have signed a petition asking the United Auto Workers union to leave them and the plant they work at ... Read more | comments

Latest news

Trio accused of stealing more than $12,000 of meat

Three Selma men were arrested Sunday for allegedly running a theft ring that was responsible for stealing more than $12,000 worth of meat from a ... Read more | comments

  1. No agreement reached for half-cent tax  | comments
  2. Relay For Life ready to shine  | comments
  3. Career fair for students Thursday at Wallace  | comments

More News

Animal shelter fills many needs in community

Animal shelter fills many needs in community

The Selma Animal Shelter stands ready to help people adopt a dog or cat or assist with other animal needs. Read more | comments

City considers requiring cameras in nightclubs

Revitalizing downtown Selma is one of the many goals the city is trying to accomplish, but in order to do that, citizens need to feel ... Read more | comments

Lawyers speak at schools on Law Day

Lawyers speak at schools on Law Day

President Dwight Eisenhower declared May 1 to be Law Day in the United States in 1958 to celebrate the foundation of law and the role ... Read more | comments

Annual postal service food drive next Saturday

Mail carriers usually deliver and pick up packages, but they will pick up special deliveries Saturday to help those in need. Read more | comments

  1. Library will transform into outdoor cafe Thursday  | comments
  2. Task force makes drug arrests Friday at apartments  | comments
  3. Leaders agree on school tax split  | comments
  4. Spears honored as Chamber’s Rising Star  | comments
  5. High schools ready for graduations  | comments
  6. Shelter adds Saturday adoptions  | comments
  7. Teens shot walking down L.L. Anderson  | comments
  8. School of Discovery celebrates Earth Day  | comments
  9. Old Cahawba explores family feuds, shootouts  | comments
  10. Concordia plans 89th commencement  | comments
  11. Bill would gives 90 percent of half-cent sales tax to county schools  | comments
  12. Sex offender search leads to school lockdown  | comments
  13. Group wants to clean up streets as well as attitudes  | comments
  14. Hand bell concerts set for Sunday  | comments
  15. City unveils new fire engines  | comments
  16. City working on recycling solution  | comments

Sports

Dry weather has allowed season to get back on track

Dry weather has allowed season to get back on track

It’s been a strange year for the Selma Recreation Department’s youth baseball and softball leagues. The first several weeks were dominated by heavy rain that ... Read more | comments

  1. East Selma Fish Pond to reopen  | comments
  2. TRACK: SHS’ Davis, ECA’s Furlow medal at championships  | comments
  3. Cooper, Coates head list of collegiate stars drafted  | comments

Editorial

Boy and Girl of Year to be awarded

The 2015 Paul M. Grist Boy of the Year and the 2015 Delta Kappa Gamma Girl of the Year programs Tuesday recognize the hard work ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Cloud hangs over this legislative session

There is an ominous cloud hanging over this legislative session. Last year the U.S. Supreme Court surprisingly agreed to hear a Hail Mary complaint filed ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Letter discusses state of Dallas County Schools

Many issues confront school districts across the state. Currently, the state legislators are discussing bills that focus on educational issues such as the College ... 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

School of Discovery celebrates Earth Day

School of Discovery celebrates Earth Day

Although Earth Day may have been last week for School of Discovery students it’s never too late to celebrate. Read more | comments

Business

Lawyers speak at schools on Law Day

Lawyers speak at schools on Law Day

President Dwight Eisenhower declared May 1 to be Law Day in the United States in 1958 to celebrate the foundation of law and the role ... Read more | comments

Faith & Family

St. Paul’s marks 50 years since integration

St. Paul’s marks 50 years since integration

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and St. Mark’s Birmingham held a service of reconciliation on Palm Sunday to mark 50 years since the Selma church’s integration. ... Read more | comments