Local, state results show signs of improvement, give hope for better future for our youth

After reviewing city, county and state graduation rates, we’re proud to report that results are soaring high. Selma High, the only public high school in ... Read more

School board wants the public’s opinion on superintendent

The Selma City School Board is trying with all of its might to find the school system’s next superintendent, and they want the public’s input, ... Read more

Gearing up for college eases pain of big decisions

It’s a moment I remember well — standing outside my family’s mailbox on dusty Rural Route 3 in Greensboro. Read more

Questions to ask before 50th anniversary

In a few weeks, thousands of people from all over the world will descend upon Selma to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights ... Read more

LETTER: People should pick up litter

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, my granddaughter, Maddox and I took my lawnmower and cart, garbage bags and garbage can down the street where ... Read more

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  1. Welcome Center on the move
  2. More than ready for an invasion into community
  3. Kirby Dante Brown
  4. Student has philosophy well worth following
  5. Riverfront facility expected to bring wonderful entertainment opportunities
  6. Perhaps we’ll all learn black lives matter
  7. Residents should congratulate local inductee when given opportunity
  8. Preparation for life after high school critical
  9. Unity Walk set for March
  10. Legislature is missing mark on Christian values
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Top of the Morning

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

Article misses main story of “Selma” film

Dear editor, I have read Cecil Williamson’s opinion piece about the movie “Selma.” This letter responds to his observations about the movie. William’s article focuses ... Read more