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Man shot and killed, suspect turns himself in at station

Vaughan cookbook honored

Vaughan cookbook honored

Some people might say there’s nothing like a grandparent’s cooking. Read more | comments

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Annual Monster March will go down Broad Street

Annual Monster March will go down Broad Street

Goblins, ghosts and trick-or-treaters are sure to fill the streets Friday for the most haunted day of the year. Read more | comments

Attempted murder suspect turns self in

Leroy Jackson, who was wanted for attempted murder, turned himself in to the Selma Police on Tuesday. Read more | comments

Women’s Club prepares for bake sale

Women’s Club prepares for bake sale

St. Andrew’s kitchen was filled with the smell of freshly baked cookies Tuesday as members of the Queen of Peace Women’s Club prepared for its ... Read more | comments

Selma schools host annual parent day program

Selma schools host annual parent day program

Selma City School’s annual parent day program Wednesday gave guardians a closer look at the school system. Read more | comments

  1. Groups promote families, want to end child neglect  | comments
  2. Separate crashes Saturday, Tuesday result in fatalities  | comments
  3. $500,000 bond set in Oliver murder case  | comments
  4. Deputies: Selma man claimed to be police officer  | comments
  5. Ten Thousand Villages Festival coming soon  | comments
  6. Chef hopes to breath new life into St. James  | comments
  7. Montevallo author to speak at library  | comments
  8. Program offers veterans chance to earn diploma  | comments
  9. Police search for attempted murder suspect  | comments
  10. Kenan’s Mill prepares for fall festival  | comments
  11. Stock the Shelves big success for food pantry  | comments
  12. Teen Challenge welcomes new program director  | comments
  13. South Carolina chef joins St. James, restaurant to reopen  | comments
  14. New Hope Academy now officially opens  | comments
  15. Selma residents newest members of senior HOF  | comments
  16. Higgins to speak at Brown Chapel AME  | comments

Sports

Giants win title; Peavy wins second World Series in two years

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — All Dallas County area resident Jake Peavy could do was look on Wednesday night as his San Francisco Giants teammates ... Read more | comments

  1. DCHS wins high scoring battle with Southside  | comments
  2. Football previews: Ellwood looks to upset Saints  | comments
  3. Hornets headed to USCAA tournament  | comments

Editorial

Be sure to have fun, safe Halloween

The excitement of Halloween is nearly undeniable. The frightful fall holiday gives children a chance to dress as countless people or things and explore their ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Be sure to have fun, safe Halloween

The excitement of Halloween is nearly undeniable. The frightful fall holiday gives children a chance to dress as countless people or things and explore their ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Letter to the editor thanking Crosspoint Christian Church staff

Dear editor, On Sept. 25, our daughter, her husband and their four small children were involved in a terrible auto accident just outside of Selma. ... 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

Selma schools host annual parent day program

Selma schools host annual parent day program

Selma City School’s annual parent day program Wednesday gave guardians a closer look at the school system. 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

Ten Thousand Villages Festival coming soon

Ten Thousand Villages Festival coming soon

The Presbyterian Women of Cornerstone Presbyterian Church will provide people a chance to give back while take home one-of-a-kind arts and crafts. Read more | comments