Kenan’s Mill prepares for fall festival

Kenan’s Mill prepares for fall festival

Kenan’s Mill has some new additions in store for its annual fall festival. Read more | comments

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Selma residents newest members of senior HOF

Selma residents newest members of senior HOF

Two Selma residents were inducted into the 2014 Alabama Senior Citizens Hall of Fame on Oct. 12. Read more | comments

Higgins to speak at Brown Chapel AME

Brown Chapel AME Church will host Lamar Higgins during a special service Sunday that will honor breast cancer survivors. Read more | comments

Selma officer discharges firearm during scuffle

Selma officer discharges firearm during scuffle

A Selma Police Department officer has been put on paid administrative leave after discharging a gun Wednesday following a scuffle during a traffic stop. Read more | comments

Library puts on popular fall program

Laughter, food, jewelry and fellowship filled the Ted Henry Courtyard during Thursday’s annual Fall Courtyard Café at the Selma-Dallas County Public Library. Read more | comments

  1. Pantry looking to stock shelves Friday  | comments
  2. Fishing tournament will help students  | comments
  3. UPDATED: Suspect wanted on murder charges turns self in  | comments
  4. Selma loses community pillar  | comments
  5. Meadowview starts chess club  | comments
  6. Selma, Dallas County BOEs support Amendment 4  | comments
  7. Valley Grande City Council approves city park improvements  | comments
  8. Selma PD: Murder suspect should be considered armed & dangerous  | comments
  9. Selma businessman Ted Henry passes away  | comments
  10. 50 years for Hornet class  | comments
  11. DOG GONE SHAME: Fire prevention dog costume stolen  | comments
  12. Peavy set to start Wednesday in World Series  | comments
  13. Big crowd expected for Federation cook-off  | comments
  14. Battle back in Selma for QB club  | comments
  15. Selma native finds escape through music  | comments
  16. Library will transform into outdoor cafe  | comments

Sports

Morgan field goal beats Hooper in OT

Morgan field goal beats Hooper in OT

A clash of the winless meant one team was going home with their first win of the season Friday night at Morgan Academy. Read more | comments

  1. EMCA pulls away from Meadowview in second half  | comments
  2. Saints lose to Northridge, will miss playoffs  | comments
  3. Meadowview volleyball inches closer to state championship  | comments

Editorial

October has been a busy month with plenty to do for all in town

It has been a good month to live in Selma, because there’s been no shortage of things to do. We’re hoping that means it has ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

New chess club will supply vital life lessons

What may seem like a simple game of chess to some will prove to be much more to Meadowview Elementary students. The new chess club, ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Thanks for the support of the Fair

On behalf of the Selma Lions Club and the Central Alabama Fair, we wish to express our appreciation and say thank you to all the ... Read more | comments


Health & Fitness

Upward Soccer season kicks off in Valley Grande

Upward Soccer season kicks off in Valley Grande

Upward soccer is back in season at Valley Grande Baptist Church, and the children are just as excited as ever. Coaches, players, family, and friends gathered ... Read more | comments

Education

New Hope Academy now officially opens

New Hope Academy now officially opens

Crowds of people flooded to Hope Academy to celebrate its grand opening Thursday. Read more | comments

Business

SOMETHING’S BREWING: Coffee roaster set to open

SOMETHING’S BREWING: Coffee roaster set to open

Ryan Bergeron has an idea brewing at the Arsenal Place Business Accelerator. The 30-year-old Selma native is almost ready to open Revival Coffee Company. Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Stock the Shelves big success for food pantry

Stock the Shelves big success for food pantry

The inaugural Stock the Shelves canned food drive was a success for the Christian Outreach Alliance. Read more | comments