Community comes together to sew uniquely Selma quilt

Community comes together to sew uniquely Selma quilt

Community members gathered Saturday at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church to make squares for a unity quilt. Read more | comments

Latest news

Parents file complaint after paddling

An investigation into a Jan. 21 corporal punishment incident at Valley Grande Elementary School concluded Friday. Read more | comments

  1. Graduation rates improve in city, county  | comments
  2. Eighth graders see one of last ‘Selma’ screenings  | comments
  3. Program will help families overcome poverty  | comments

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Integrity Worldwide installs well in Leboo, Kenya

Integrity Worldwide installs well in Leboo, Kenya

The people that live in the village of Leboo in Kenya, Africa won’t have to walk for miles to get water anymore, thanks to a ... Read more | comments

Scholarships given in memory of Dr. Allen, Alexis Hunter

Scholarships given in memory of Dr. Allen, Alexis Hunter

Approximately 50 students and their parents assembled at the Carl C. Morgan Convention Center to attend the seventh annual Gearing up for College seminar Thursday. Read more | comments

School system wants public’s input

The Selma City Schools Board of Education wants the public’s input on the search for the system’s next superintendent. Read more | comments

EMA training will help prepare for disaster

When an emergency or disaster happens, everyone needs to know how to react and what to do. Read more | comments

  1. Repairing cemetery wall involves gluing, moving bricks  | comments
  2. New sights at Old Depot Museum  | comments
  3. Author marched at age 14  | comments
  4. Selma Welcome Center relocates  | comments
  5. Old Cahawba will host beginning bird watching walk  | comments
  6. Work continues on Selma amphitheater  | comments
  7. Woman accused of trying to smuggle phones to son  | comments
  8. Depot preps for Thursday art show  | comments
  9. County school inch closer to financial goal  | comments
  10. Sewell named leading Democrat on subcommittee  | comments
  11. Fitts to be inducted into Black Belt HOF  | comments
  12. County earns safety award  | comments
  13. Federal judge stays same-sex marriages  | comments
  14. New Orleans principal brings students to her hometown  | comments
  15. Details finalized for Mardi Gras parade  | comments
  16. Fires gut two Selma homes, damages third  | comments

Sports

Key run sparks Selma in victory over Southside

Key run sparks Selma in victory over Southside

Consecutive dunks by Dexter Hatcher and Michael Griffin in the second quarter Saturday gave Selma the lead for good and all the momentum they needed ... Read more | comments

  1. WCCS to retire Simmons’ jersey  | comments
  2. Keith comes up short in loss to Francis Marion  | comments
  3. Lady Bears stay hot going into postseason  | comments

Editorial

School board wants the public’s opinion on superintendent

The Selma City School Board is trying with all of its might to find the school system’s next superintendent, and they want the public’s input, ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

School board wants the public’s opinion on superintendent

The Selma City School Board is trying with all of its might to find the school system’s next superintendent, and they want the public’s input, ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

LETTER: People should pick up litter

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, my granddaughter, Maddox and I took my lawnmower and cart, garbage bags and garbage can down the street where ... 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

Eighth graders see one of last ‘Selma’ screenings

Eighth graders see one of last ‘Selma’ screenings

Colin McConarty, an eight-grade world history teacher at R.B. Hudson Middle School, met his students Saturday on the steps of the Dallas County Courthouse so ... Read more | comments

Business

Jones named partner in law firm

Jones named partner in law firm

The oldest law firm in Selma and one of the oldest in Alabama has seen changes since its formation in 1891, the year Philip Henry ... Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Community comes together to sew uniquely Selma quilt

Community comes together to sew uniquely Selma quilt

Community members gathered Saturday at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church to make squares for a unity quilt. Read more | comments

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