YMCA holds mother-daughter dance

YMCA holds mother-daughter dance

Fathers and daughters dressed to impress and danced their shoes off Friday night at the second annual Father-Daughter Dance at the Selma-Dallas County YMCA. Read more | comments

Latest news

95 out of work as Globe Metallurgical shuts down

A spokesperson for Globe Metallurgical, Inc. said Friday that furnaces at the company’s Selma plant are shut down. Read more | comments

  1. 75 percent of residents register with Sea Coast  | comments
  2. Students learn about jobs at SHS career fair  | comments
  3. Gallery 905 reopens on Water Avenue  | comments

More News

Three local schools on ‘failing’ list

Three local schools are among 76 in Alabama labeled “failing” by the Alabama State Department of Education. Read more | comments

City council raises event vendor fees

The Selma City Council passed an ordinance Tuesday that will allow the city to charge vendor’s fees for special events. Read more | comments

Missing man car found in Wilcox County

The car of a 28-year-old Clarke County man reported missing Jan. 31 has been found in Wilcox County. Read more | comments

Zumba fitness studio opens

Zumba fitness studio opens

A new gym that will focus on Zumba held its ribbon cutting over the weekend. Read more | comments

  1. First case of travel-related Zika virus reported in state  | comments
  2. Help keep Selma clean this Saturday  | comments
  3. Black history programs to be held Monday, Tuesday  | comments
  4. Leadership project will help hospital patients  | comments
  5. Council votes to halve lodging tax between two YMCAs  | comments
  6. Keith students take field trip, get registered for election  | comments
  7. St. Paul’s hosts pancake supper, art show  | comments
  8. Selma School System welcomes new director for operations  | comments
  9. 74-year-old father allegedly shoots son at party  | comments
  10. Chance of snow in north Alabama  | comments
  11. Friday is the last day to register to vote  | comments
  12. Bridge Crossing Jubilee plans set  | comments
  13. Monday morning fire destroys home  | comments
  14. Selma Police Department hosts firearm course  | comments
  15. ADPH updates Zika advisory  | comments
  16. Uniontown awarded grant for sewer repairs  | comments

Sports

Harrison scores lone goal for Morgan in 1-0 win

Harrison scores lone goal for Morgan in 1-0 win

Morgan Academy’s Jordan Harrison scored on a free kick early in the second half to lead the Senators past Autauga Academy 1-0 Friday night. Read more | comments

  1. Selma University blows past Rust in doubleheader  | comments
  2. Selma girls lose at Hillcrest  | comments
  3. Wallace splits Thursday doubleheader at Bloch Park  | comments

Editorial

Friday is final day to register for March 1 primary

The final day to register to vote in the March 1 primary is Friday, so anyone who hasn’t signed up and wants to should get ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Little league sign of spring

Forget about Punxsutawney Phil, one of the sure signs that spring is just around the corner is the arrival of Little League baseball. Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Lodging fee vital to YMCA survival

I would like to thank the citizens of Selma for all the support that the Selma and Dallas County, Walker-Johnson YMCA has received over these ... Read more | comments


Health & Fitness

Bharita passes certification exam

Bharita passes certification exam

Selma Nephrology Center celebrates Dr. Aditya Bharita’s most recent accomplishment, passing his nephrology certification exam. Read more | comments

Education

Students learn about jobs at SHS career fair

Students learn about jobs at SHS career fair

Hundreds of students meet professionals for a variety of businesses during Selma High School’s career fair Friday. Read more | comments

Business

Zumba fitness studio opens

Zumba fitness studio opens

A new gym that will focus on Zumba held its ribbon cutting over the weekend. Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Safe Harbor opens in new location

Safe Harbor opens in new location

Safe Harbor Women’s Medical Clinic has recently moved to a new location, where it plans to continue offering services to pregnant women. Read more | comments