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Local junkyard serves as outside classroom for troopers, officers

Local junkyard serves as outside classroom for troopers, officers

  A horde of state trooper vehicles and law enforcement from several Alabama cities on Friday took over Al’s Towing in Selmont. State trooper cruisers ... Read more

Citizens committee formed in Selmont

After weeks of discussion during town hall meetings, Selmont residents formed a citizens council Thursday to address problems and crime on the eastern side of ... Read more

Leadership welcomes new class

Leadership welcomes new class

Class is officially in session for the newest members of Leadership Selma-Dallas County. The 21 members of Class XXI gathered together for the first time ... Read more

Gala set for next Saturday

After months of anticipation, Selma resident Jewel Thornton is a week away from realizing her dream for a better Selma.  The Selma Convention Center will ... Read more

Course to help with food safety

An upcoming food safety training course will help explain a new Alabama law that allows anyone to sell non-hazardous foods directly to consumers. The new ... Read more

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  7. Cox named to Southside administration
  8. City looks to hire treasurer before 2015 fiscal year
  9. Minor finding shown in audit
  10. The Dart: Sherrer shares her love of the game
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Our children deserve more entertainment

The summer is slowly coming to an end, but this weekend gave Selma’s youth a chance to enjoy a little bit more summer fun. Since ... Read more

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