High stakes as usual in Iron Bowl rivalry game

High stakes as usual in Iron Bowl rivalry game

The Alabama-Auburn game is stocked with a Heisman Trophy candidate, a national title contender and the unrelenting passion of feuding neighbors. Read more | comments

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First responders keep community safe on Thanksgiving

First responders keep community safe on Thanksgiving

While most people are at home with their family enjoying a Thanksgiving feast, a few are hard at work making sure their community stays safe. Read more | comments

Relay For Life will light up night sky Tuesday

Organizers believe the Rainbow the Sky event, meant to honor those who have battled cancer, will be worth the wait. Read more | comments

Library plans December events for kids

Christmas is in the air, and the Selma-Dallas County Library is gearing up for an exciting holiday season. Read more | comments

Holiday arts and craft sale back for 36th year

Back for the 36th year, the annual holiday festival arts and crafts sale will allow shoppers to check off their lists while supporting local artists ... Read more | comments

  1. Selma couple named parade grand marshals  | comments
  2. AKA chapter donates to mission  | comments
  3. Closing vary for Thanksgiving holiday  | comments
  4. Sirens will be tested Tuesday  | comments
  5. City awards $424,000 in one-time employee pay raises  | comments
  6. Angel Tree Blitz nears goal  | comments
  7. Organizations partner to give away books  | comments
  8. Selma Choral Society plans for ‘Messiah’  | comments
  9. Tyler woman pleads guilty to unemployment fraud  | comments
  10. Selma Quarterback Club awards scholarships  | comments
  11. St. James gets new historical marker  | comments
  12. Delta Regional Authority announces grant for Selma center  | comments
  13. USPS begins 7-day package delivery through Christmas  | comments
  14. Train blew horns, tried to stop before hitting man Friday  | comments
  15. Thanksgiving costs higher than 2013  | comments
  16. Unique finds at Sturdivant Hall’s artisans fair  | comments

Sports

After hot start, Selma expects tough road in tournament

After hot start, Selma expects tough road in tournament

The Selma Saints varsity boys’ (4-0) have been on fire to start this season, winning their first four games and probably opening up a lot ... Read more | comments

  1. Ellwood will play season opener Friday vs. Selma  | comments
  2. All Meadowview teams fall to Evangel Christian  | comments
  3. Wasden back in Selma, entertains quarterback club  | comments

Editorial

Reeses will lead the way in Christmas parade

Frederick and Alline Reese have been named grand marshals for Selma’s upcoming Christmas parade. Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Reeses will lead the way in Christmas parade

Frederick and Alline Reese have been named grand marshals for Selma’s upcoming Christmas parade. Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Letter to the editor discusses Parents’ Bill of Rights for Public Schools

Dear editor, The first 10 amendments in the U.S. Constitution, or the Bill of Rights, set forth the priceless rights or freedoms that all Americans ... 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

AKA chapter donates to mission

AKA chapter donates to mission

The Edmundite Missions’ Bosco Food Kitchen will have an easier time serving its customers this Thanksgiving thanks to a large donation from a local organization. Read more | comments

Business

Black Friday deals attract shoppers

Black Friday deals attract shoppers

Shoppers flooded local stores on Black Friday in hopes of finding great deals. Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Salvation Army angels still up for adoption

Salvation Army angels still up for adoption

With Christmas just weeks away, the Salvation Army is asking the public to continue to support the Angel Tree Program. Read more | comments