Second night brings crowds, crowns at Central Alabama Fair

Second night brings crowds, crowns at Central Alabama Fair

Back for the second night, the Miss Central Alabama Fair Pageant held its Young and Junior Miss divisions Tuesday. Read more | comments

Latest news

Teen who allegedly fired shots at vigil charged

The juvenile who allegedly shot a man during the Friday candlelight vigil for an Orrville teen appeared in court Tuesday for a bond hearing. Read more | comments

  1. Evans helps to close out library campaign  | comments
  2. Deal Days will benefit local United Way  | comments
  3. Teams kick off BEST robotics competition  | comments

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Meadowview student takes Central Alabama fair crown

Meadowview student takes Central Alabama fair crown

Kameren Burton was surprised to hear her name called Monday night at the Miss Central Alabama Fair Beauty Pageant. Read more | comments

Rembert to retire after 27 years

Vernadine Rembert will retire from the Dallas County Tax Collector’s Office at the end of the month. Read more | comments

Barnhart speaks to Selma Quarterback Club

Barnhart speaks to Selma Quarterback Club

The SEC is getting set for one of its biggest weekends in recent memory, so Monday was a good night for college football analyst Tony ... Read more | comments

Vigil goes on despite shooting

Vigil goes on despite shooting

Guests crowded near Dallas County Road 29 on Friday to pay respects to Orrville teen Jamira Barley, who died in a nearby car crash earlier ... Read more | comments

  1. LASTING LEGACY: Dr. Geraldine Allen remembered for contributions  | comments
  2. Youth football season kicks off  | comments
  3. UPDATE: Man shot at candlelight vigil, deputies look for juvenile suspect  | comments
  4. Students celebrate reading at School of Discovery  | comments
  5. Morgan Academy juniors chosen for medical program  | comments
  6. Mud run benefits charity  | comments
  7. Shooting occurs at Friday candlelight vigil  | comments
  8. Murder case ends in plea agreement  | comments
  9. Mayor establishes day to celebrate Dr. Allen’s memory  | comments
  10. Mitchell honored for her years of service to city  | comments
  11. Guild to feature Marlow Monday  | comments
  12. Suspect arrested, charged with attempted rape  | comments
  13. Workshop helps prepare Keith poets for competition  | comments
  14. The Dart: McMillian has a job of compassion  | comments
  15. Dolbare named principal at J.E. Terry Elementary  | comments
  16. Dismukes named to post at Trustmark’s downtown branch  | comments

Sports

Hornets finally break through, pull away from Oakwood

Hornets finally break through, pull away from Oakwood

Right before halftime in Saturday’s soccer match against Oakwood University, Concordia College Alabama players were frustrated and they probably had a right to be. Read more | comments

  1. Gadsden downs Wallace in Patriots’ last home game of the year  | comments
  2. Selma, Ellwood earn highest marks at season’s halfway mark  | comments
  3. UWA scores eight rushing TDs in dominant win over Concordia  | comments

Editorial

There’s plenty to do in Selma in October

If you can’t find something to do in Selma this month, you probably aren’t looking. Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

There’s plenty to do in Selma in October

If you can’t find something to do in Selma this month, you probably aren’t looking. Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Thanks to all who helped with the Get Fit Selma! Health & Fitness Festival

Dear editor, Following another successful Get Fit Selma! Health & Fitness Festival this past Saturday we wanted to thank a number of organizations and individuals ... 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

Workshop helps prepare Keith poets for competition

Workshop helps prepare Keith poets for competition

Keith Middle’s students geared up for their upcoming poetry competition with a two-hour workshop Wednesday. Lindsay Doukopoulos, with Auburn University, visited the school Wednesday to lead ... Read more | comments

Business

Deal Days will benefit local United Way

Deal Days will benefit local United Way

Anyone buying a car at four local dealerships this month will also be helping give back to the community. Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Get your tickets for annual Lobsterfest

Get your tickets for annual Lobsterfest

Fall is on its way and it’s bringing cooler weather, changes in the leaves and the annual Lobsterfest at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Those who attend ... Read more | comments