Cancer survivors serve as inspiration

Last week I had the honor and pleasure of serving as the mistress of ceremony for the American Cancer Society’s Celebration of Life service held ... Read more

Alabama prison reform continued issue

A half loaf is better than no loaf. This is an old saying that contains much wisdom. However, the challenge is knowing when the choice is ... Read more

Task force making difference in Selma

The task force organized by Dallas County District Attorney Michael Jackson deserves a round of applause for their recent efforts to rid Selma’s streets of ... Read more

Central Alabama Regional Advocacy Center fighting child abuse

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and volunteers with the Central Alabama Regional Advocacy Center are stepping up to help improve the lives of children ... Read more

Young women attend STEM conference

Young minds filled parts of Wallace Community College Selma Saturday for the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math conference at the school. Read more

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  2. Shift focus to issues that matter to families
  3. Family friendly activities will take place throughout entire month
  4. Freedom of religion is getting challenged
  5. Reconnect with our savior this Easter
  6. Thanks to all who helped make Special Olympics possible
  7. Who hijacked my Republican Party?
  8. Cookoff, anniversary creates special day
  9. Letter talks about lessons to learn from Selma’s history
  10. Letter to the editor expresses love for Coach Reece
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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

Letter discusses state of Dallas County Schools

Many issues confront school districts across the state. Currently, the state legislators are discussing bills that focus on educational issues such as the College ... Read more