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Police department ready for National Night Out

The Selma Police Department is hosting its 32nd annual National Night Out Tuesday to give Selma citizens the chance to meet members of law enforcement, ... Read more

Larkin accepts job in Hale County

After serving as principal of Selma High School for the last year and three months, Aubrey Larkin is moving on from Selma City Schools. Larkin, ... Read more

Moore up for warrior challenge

Specialist Emanuel Moore, a Selma native, will be put through some of the toughest, most grueling challenges he has ever had to face in his ... Read more

Don McMillan qualifies to run for Circuit Judge

Don McMillan has qualified to run for Circuit Judge, Place 2 in Alabama’s Fourth Judicial Circuit. “After 24 years of service, Circuit Judge Jack Meigs ... Read more

Sewell asks DOJ to investigate driver’s license office closings

Congresswoman Terri Sewell has asked the Department of Justice to investigate the closing of 31 driver’s licenses offices. Read more

More News

  1. Selma Civil War cannons pulled from S.C. river
  2. Clouds don’t damper Battle of Bands
  3. Crowd gathers for prayer
  4. Garner runs for Circuit Judge
  5. Controversy over closings and voter ID requirements
  6. Marion, Camden armories to close
  7. Presidential candidate Huckabee visits Selma
  8. Quarterback Club welcomes Blind Side’s Tuohy
  9. Charges filed in alleged teen rape
  10. Selma Choral Society rehearses for ‘Messiah’
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We’re created in the image of God

A senior adult friend was talking with me about physical problems and growing older. They made the comment, “Some people refer to these years ... Read more

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