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Students get free books at Breakfast with Santa

Students get free books at Breakfast with Santa

With Christmas gifts being on every child’s mind this time of year, the members of Reading is Fundamental wanted to give the children the best ... Read more | comments

Latest news

Tips for keeping pets safe this Christmas

Often times during the holidays, especially during family dinners, pet owners may want to treat their furry friend to a special helping of food, or ... Read more | comments

  1. YMCA starts new program  | comments
  2. Art Jam concert sold out; art show portion free  | comments
  3. Toy drive benefits hundreds of local children  | comments

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Selma Queen and King read to students

Selma Queen and King read to students

Cedar Park Elementary students were filled with excitement Thursday as Selma High seniors arrived at their school to read to them. Read more | comments

Man, woman injured in Thursday shootout

A shootout Thursday afternoon in the 1400 block of Lawrence Street left one accused shooter with a gunshot wound to the leg and another woman ... Read more | comments

10 graduate from Dallas Drug Court

The Dallas County District Court is making a difference in people’s lives by helping them with their drug or alcohol problems. Read more | comments

Water meters installation almost complete despite snags

The installation of more than 7,000 new radio-operated water meters in Selma will be completed soon, but the project hasn’t been all smooth sailing. Read more | comments

  1. Brick thrown through visiting bus window  | comments
  2. 71-year-old woman pushed to floor, robbed at home  | comments
  3. Sunday marks year since Selma high student’s death  | comments
  4. Camp will allow young people to retrace march  | comments
  5. Energy plan may save schools money  | comments
  6. Little Friends School holds Christmas pageant  | comments
  7. Selma gospel singing group preserves  | comments
  8. Car goes through cemetery wall for fourth time this year  | comments
  9. Draft beer sales may soon be on tap  | comments
  10. New vendor fee will go into effect in 2015  | comments
  11. Older kids sometimes overlooked at Christmas  | comments
  12. Couple accused of child abuse  | comments
  13. City looks to take over recycling program  | comments
  14. Salvation Army 2014 campaign goes through Christmas Eve  | comments
  15. Gray’s Furniture employee new ‘Rising Star’  | comments
  16. Santa and pals will promote reading Saturday  | comments

Sports

Dallas County tournament boasts top teams again

Dallas County tournament boasts top teams again

Around the state, it’s hard to find a better collection of basketball talent than what is in Dallas County. Monday and Tuesday some of that ... Read more | comments

  1. Selma defense, balanced scoring keys win  | comments
  2. Score Roundup: Morgan Academy, Dallas County boys win  | comments
  3. Pettway’s free throws lead Keith to upset over No. 1 Sunshine  | comments

Editorial

Drug Court worth investing in

It’s easy to throw someone behind bars when they commit a crime, such as doing drugs or abusing alcohol, but perhaps in some cases  ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Drug Court worth investing in

It’s easy to throw someone behind bars when they commit a crime, such as doing drugs or abusing alcohol, but perhaps in some cases  ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

Letter to the editor offers solution to prevent future crashes into brick wall

Dear editor, Many of us are dismayed to see the results of the frequent crashes into the wall of Old Live Oak cemetery along Dallas ... Read more | comments


Health & Fitness

Health fair shares advice and recipes

Health fair shares advice and recipes

Some shoppers at Calhoun Foods left with more than groceries this week. After participating in the health fair organized by the store and Vaughan Community ... Read more | comments

Education

Selma Queen and King read to students

Selma Queen and King read to students

Cedar Park Elementary students were filled with excitement Thursday as Selma High seniors arrived at their school to read to them. Read more | comments

Business

Gray’s Furniture employee new ‘Rising Star’

Gray’s Furniture employee new ‘Rising Star’

Gray’s Furniture employee Leroy “Mick” Williams has been named the December Rising Star. Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Little Friends School holds Christmas pageant

Little Friends School holds Christmas pageant

Angels, wise men, sheep and more made their way down the aisle and up onto the stage in front of parents, family and friends Thursday ... Read more | comments