Hotel agreement a good first start

Our long national nightmare is over. Well, that might be a little bit of an exaggeration, but Tuesday marked a very good day for the ... Read more

Half-cent expenses getting old

Every month, without fail, the Selma City Council votes to spend a portion of a half-cent sales tax on a random project. The fund was ... Read more

Voting should be open, simple process for all

In last week’s primary election, Mississippi Senate candidates were furious that they believed Democratic voters crossed over to vote in the Republican Primary to choose ... Read more

Selma Police, Transportation departments deserve praise

The city of Selma just endured a full-scale Hollywood production blocking off some of the busiest portions of downtown for several days. While some local business ... Read more

Busy July 4th set for city of Valley Grande

Once again the City of Valley Grande is getting ready to celebrate our nation’s Independence Day with their usual flare. Every year it gets ... Read more

More Articles

  1. Two months of events at the library are an asset to the community
  2. Caregivers’ work deserves gratitude
  3. Movie’s presence in city has ups and downs, but remains a rare opportunity
  4. Edmundites deserve major financial boost
  5. Selma has rare chance to be part of new history
  6. Dallas County residents should attend health events
  7. Several issues, dates part of recent events
  8. Selma residents should look over code before June 30
  9. It is time to expand Medicaid and quit playing politics
  10. Selma residents should be welcoming hosts
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Free smartphones — sorta

The New York Times reports American Eagle Outfitters is offering free smart phones to anyone who tries on a pair of jeans between July 21 ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Former administrator stresses safety

Dear editor, School bus safety is essential. The month of August is quickly approaching. This signals the state school tax holiday, and the beginning of ... Read more