Selma loses community pillar

Selma loses community pillar

Native son, businessman and civic leader Ted Henry died Tuesday. Read more | comments

Latest news

Meadowview starts chess club

Meadowview Elementary School’s library was buzzing with excitement Tuesday as dozens of students gathered for their second chess club meeting. Read more | comments

  1. Selma, Dallas County BOEs support Amendment 4  | comments
  2. Valley Grande City Council approves city park improvements  | comments
  3. Selma PD: Murder suspect should be considered armed & dangerous  | comments

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Selma businessman Ted Henry passes away

Native son and Selma businessman Ted M. Henry died Tuesday. Read more | comments

50 years for Hornet class

50 years for Hornet class

Roy Abbott and Donnie Russell have been best friends since their high school days, about some 50 years ago. Read more | comments

DOG GONE SHAME: Fire prevention dog costume stolen

DOG GONE SHAME: Fire prevention dog costume stolen

The famous firedog that Selma kids have come to love has gone missing. Sparky the Fire Dog’s costume was stolen from a vehicle parked at ... Read more | comments

Peavy set to start Wednesday in World Series

The uniform he is wearing keeps changing and so do his teammates, but Dallas County area resident Jake Peavy keeps finding himself in the World ... Read more | comments

  1. Big crowd expected for Federation cook-off  | comments
  2. Battle back in Selma for QB club  | comments
  3. Selma native finds escape through music  | comments
  4. Library will transform into outdoor cafe  | comments
  5. UPDATE: Man found with gunshot wound to head  | comments
  6. Paranormal team investigates Old Cahawba  | comments
  7. Mud Run 5K supports charity  | comments
  8. Bands entertain packed Memorial Stadium  | comments
  9. Walking tour attracts out of town guests  | comments
  10. Southern Star casino reopens with “bingo” in White Hall  | comments
  11. United Way campaign underway  | comments
  12. Stock the shelves to help others  | comments
  13. Roussell remembered by family members  | comments
  14. Candy buyback to help troops  | comments
  15. Water issue at stadium solved  | comments
  16. Monday named as deadline to register to vote  | comments

Sports

Football Previews: Selma-Northridge winner will make postseason

Football Previews: Selma-Northridge winner will make postseason

It couldn’t be a simpler scenario for Selma Friday night in their game against Northridge. Whichever team wins will qualify for the playoffs, while the ... Read more | comments

  1. Selma, Dallas County each lose in volleyball area tournaments  | comments
  2. Meadowview sweeps Chilton, advances to state  | comments
  3. Volleyball roundup: Meadowview prepares to host sub-state playoff match  | comments

Editorial

Battle given a warm, Selma welcome

We were happy to see a big crowd greet Alabama Athletic Director Bill Battle Monday night at the Selma Quarterback Club. Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Battle given a warm, Selma welcome

We were happy to see a big crowd greet Alabama Athletic Director Bill Battle Monday night at the Selma Quarterback 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

Meadowview starts chess club

Meadowview starts chess club

Meadowview Elementary School’s library was buzzing with excitement Tuesday as dozens of students gathered for their second chess club meeting. 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

St. Paul’s preps for Lobsterfest

St. Paul’s preps for Lobsterfest

The time to purchase tickets for Lobsterfest is running out. Wednesday when the Maine Lobsters are finished being prepared, hundreds are expected to flock to ... Read more | comments