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Easter egg hunts pop up all over area

Easter egg hunts pop up all over area

The Dallas County community celebrated Easter with multiple Easter Egg Hunts Saturday. The City of Selma, Orrville and Yeargan Farms all saw children seek out ... Read more | comments

Latest news

Dallas County legislators receive automatic pay raise

A majority of Alabama legislators — including all three of those representing Dallas County in the Legislature — accepted an automatic pay raise this spring, ... Read more | comments

  1. Less than 100 ink contracts for water service  | comments
  2. Relay comes up just short  | comments
  3. Community service sets the stage for Easter celebration  | comments

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Heavy rain affects county road conditions

Heavy rain affects county road conditions

April showers are causing road problems across Dallas County and an increase in expenses for local government. Selma’s rainfall totals since April 1 are almost ... Read more | comments

Marina restaurant reopens after flood waters recede

Marina restaurant reopens after flood waters recede

The owners of The Sand Bar restaurant were forced to close their business earlier this month because of the rising waters of the Alabama River, ... Read more | comments

Green, Huffman running for sheriff’s position

With the June 3 election primary approaching, two democrats are vying to be the Dallas County Sheriff.  Sardis resident Lee Green, who works for the ... Read more | comments

Selma Farmers Market to return in early June

Selma Farmers Market to return in early June

In just a few weeks, squash, collard greens, okra and baskets of other fresh produce will line the tables at the first Selma Farmers Market ... Read more | comments

  1. Easter egg hunts abound for Saturday  | comments
  2. Interpretive Center exhibits ready for public  | comments
  3. City gets oil lease funds  | comments
  4. Windham’s iconic work set for summer re-release  | comments
  5. Forecast causes Relay change  | comments
  6. Butterflies and Bridges Run set for Saturday  | comments
  7. Young dog bite victim recovering at home  | comments
  8. Election year had negative effect on legislature  | comments
  9. The Dart: Home is where the handiwork is  | comments
  10. Tice rejoins STJ’s staff  | comments
  11. Banquet kicks off Relay for Life  | comments
  12. Cahaba Center officials in ‘shock’  | comments
  13. Police hope to curb expected increase in crime activity  | comments
  14. Bridge construction forces church to redirect procession  | comments
  15. County unveils unpaid tax lists  | comments
  16. New club seeks to mentor boys  | comments

Sports

Meadowview to play eight-man football

Meadowview to play eight-man football

Meadowview Christian will move to the Alabama Christian Education Association’s eight-man football league for the 2014-2015 school year. The Trojans’ football team will officially play under ... Read more | comments

  1. Butterflies and Bridges run benefits athletics programs  | comments
  2. Weather postpones youth, high school games  | comments
  3. Lee-Scott dominates AISA state track meet  | comments

Editorial

Youth baseball and softball leagues are giving area children opportunities for life lessons

Admit it, we all people watch. For those of us in the media, we actually make a career out of people watching and eavesdropping. But, ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Construction makes for a dusty week

Over my albeit brief career in journalism, I’ve been able to make photos and write stories from some pretty unique locations. I’ve made photos from ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Spring is a busy time for Selma, Dallas County

Spring has finally arrived. As the weather warms and the days grow longer our community is blooming with all kinds of wonderful things. Whether it’s ... Read more | comments


Health & Fitness

Selma Farmers Market to return in early June

Selma Farmers Market to return in early June

In just a few weeks, squash, collard greens, okra and baskets of other fresh produce will line the tables at the first Selma Farmers Market ... Read more | comments

Education

New club seeks to mentor boys

New club seeks to mentor boys

A local Selma City school is working to help its students with a new mentoring club.  Members of Cedar Park Elementary School’s latest organization, the ... Read more | comments

Business

Marina restaurant reopens after flood waters recede

Marina restaurant reopens after flood waters recede

The owners of The Sand Bar restaurant were forced to close their business earlier this month because of the rising waters of the Alabama River, ... Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Bridge construction forces church to redirect procession

Bridge construction forces church to redirect procession

For more than two decades, a service depicting the crucifixion of Christ followed the same route. Thanks to an ongoing bridge replacement project on Dallas ... Read more | comments