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DCHS’ Furlow impressed by visit to Southern Mississippi

Because of his enormous size, Lowell Furlow usually makes a large first impression. The offensive tackle visited Southern Mississippi Thursday, and apparently the Golden Eagles ... Read more

Williams stars in Junior Nationals competition

Williams stars in Junior Nationals competition

Selma High School basketball player Areyana Williams is taking every opportunity she can to try to get better. Read more

Southside awarded $2,500 Lemark grant

Southside High School was among ten schools that received the Lemak Award last week at the Alabama High School Athletic Association’s coaches’ banquet in Montgomery. Read more

Pearl headlines strong quarterback club lineup

Pearl headlines strong quarterback club lineup

The Selma Quarterback club is all about football, but its headline speaker this year is one of the nation’s most charismatic basketball coaches. Read more

Meeting prepares hunters for alligator season

Meeting prepares hunters for alligator season

  An alligator hunting meeting Saturday at the Central Alabama Farmer’s Co-Op reviewed the latest hunting regulations and awarded tags to those lucky enough to ... Read more

More Sports

  1. Youth football registration off to fast start
  2. Area resident Peavy traded to San Francisco Giants
  3. Furlow has offers from Southern Miss, Mississippi St.
  4. Southside’s Gibbs, Keith’s Hall win Gridiron vote
  5. South, Moorer fall in AHSAA all-star game
  6. Bulldogs getting ready for upcoming seasons
  7. Numbers say Morgan faces toughest schedule; Selma easiest
  8. All-star teams fall in state tournaments, but the future of baseball looks bright in Selma
  9. Alabama referee Conyers to speak at Bama Club
  10. Alabama basketball players lead free Sarrell camp
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In the Black Belt, big business is right outside

In the Black Belt, big business is right outside

Studies on the Alabama Black Belt region show what many local hunters and anglers already knew — the area is a recreational haven. According to a ... Read more

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Can soccer fever catch on in Selma?

For the United States, the 2014 World Cup is over, but around the country — including in Selma — its impact could last for much ... Read more