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Selma’s Asher HaVon wins the Voice

Asher HaVon made history Tuesday night by winning the Voice. The Selma native is the first Alabama person ...


Opinion: New housing program could be a big game changer

An Editorial Opinion of The Selma Times-Journal On April 21, the Selma Housing Authority and the Black Belt ...

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Foster mother adopts children she has cared for nearly all their lives

Janice Walker has taken care of her foster children, Josais and Jossie, for nearly all their lives, and ...

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Artifacts from state’s first capitol examined

People from across the state of Alabama gathered Saturday at Old Cahawba Archeological Park to uncover some of ...

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Bragging rights up for grabs in rib cookoff

Bragging rights were on the line Saturday as about a dozen local teams competed in the fifth annual ...

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Byrd students plant garden

More children at Byrd First Class Early Learning Center will be able to experience hands-on learning of the ...

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Cerebral palsy can’t keep Tipton eighth grader off court

Over the last two years, eighth grader Jyrah Smith has served as an assistant coach for Tipton-Durant’s middle ...

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KFC manager saves choking man

Kory Taylor took a CPR class when he was in college, but he never had to use those ...

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Selma Civil War cannons pulled from S.C. river

Catesby ap C. Jones spends much of his time sitting in his office at the Morris Agency on ...

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Final bridge crossing for Boynton Robinson

For the last time, Civil Rights icon and matriarch of the voting rights movement Amelia Boynton Robinson crossed ...

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Integrity back from mission trip

Members of Integrity Worldwide recently returned home to Selma after spending a week in Kenya, Africa on a ...

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Students return to classroom

Thursday was mixed with emotions as students across Selma City Schools headed back for their first day of ...

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Special day at Memorial Stadium

Memorial Stadium played host to the 36th annual Cahaba Center Special Olympics Wednesday, where more than 100 athletes. ...

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Windham inducted into Women’s Hall of Fame

Local celebrity and famous storyteller, the late Kathryn Tucker Windham, became a permanent part of history Thursday when ...

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Selma woman hits century mark

People gathered Saturday to celebrate the life of a Selma native and former teacher, as she turned 100-years-old.

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