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Annual Tale Tellin’ Festival returns to ArtsRevive Thursday

By Lew Gilliland The Selma Times-Journal Storyteller Andy Irwin and Birmingham’s Rolling in the Hay will be part of ArtsRevive’s 43rd annual Tale Tellin’ Festival ... Read more

2 weeks ago by James Jones.

Former Selma High graduate to model in Los Angeles this weekend

A former Selma High School graduate will participate in LA Fashion Week. Nira Gary will participate at LA Fashion week in Los Angeles on Saturday. ... Read more

3 weeks ago by James Jones.

Selma native writes book on ‘Mother of Voting Rights Movement’

A former Selma Times-Journal reporter recently wrote a book on a Civil Rights Icon many called the “Mother of the Voting Rights Movement.” Ronnie Barnes’ ... Read more

3 months ago by James Jones.

Morgan Academy named best SGA in AISA

Morgan Academy’s Student Government Association shined at the AISA State Can-A-Thon last week. The SGA earned State best SGA in Class 3A, Mary Carolyn won ... Read more

6 months ago by James Jones.

Selma resident joins third national honor society at Mississippi State

Selma resident Bryant Gordon was accepted into another National Honor Society this month. Gordon was selected into Mississippi State’s chapter of The National Society of ... Read more

9 months ago by James Jones.

Selma native selected to Child Life Research Fellows Program at Alabama

Dr. Sherwood Burns-Nader is honored to get selected into the Association of Child Life Professionals’ Research Fellows Program at the University of Alabama. Burns-Nader’s is ... Read more

9 months ago by James Jones.

Selma native publishes second book

A Selma native recently published her second book. Joy Ufomadu released her second book, Chinyere’s Brother. The children’s book is a story about a young boy ... Read more

11 months ago by James Jones.

Olde Towne Association proudly releases sixth edition of historical cookbook ‘Tastes of Olde Selma’

The sixth edition of the Olde Towne Association’s cookbook, “Tastes of Olde Selma” is now available. The book has nearly 350 recipes from generations of ... Read more

1 year ago by Brannon Cahela.

Selma High’s Bryant Gordon joins national honor society at Mississippi State

A former Selma High School honor student-athlete is off to a great start at Mississippi State. Bryant Gordon, who played football for the Saints, recently ... Read more

1 year ago by James Jones.

Selma native named one of nation’s Best Realtors

A Selma native was recently named one of America’s Best Realtors by Newsweek and REAL Trends. Gloria Sims Crump is the leader of the Coastal ... Read more

1 year ago by James Jones.

Artist Trés Taylor brings community mural project to Selma this weekend

A Birmingham artist will paint a mural in Selma for the second straight year. Tres’ Taylor will create a mural as part of his Revolution ... Read more

1 year ago by James Jones.

Gospel Tabernacle Church holds Drive-up Worship Service

Gospel Tabernacle Church of God in Christ (COGIC) held a Drive-Up Worship Service on its front lawn Sunday morning. In the parking lot, members of ... Read more

1 year ago by James Jones.

Alpha Phi Alpha, Inc. awards 11 scholarships to Selma and Dallas County seniors

The Delta Pi Lambda Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity held their 10th annual John D. Taylor Scholarship ceremony Thursday at First Baptist Church. ... Read more

1 year ago by James Jones.

Orrville native featured in book by Minneapolis author

An Orrville native is featured prominently in a book written by a Minneapolis author. Dr. Hallie Hendrieth-Smith was interviewed in “Before I Leave: Wisdom from ... Read more

1 year ago by James Jones.

Selma resident opens hair boutique

Lyn Charmel always envisioned owning a hair boutique in her hometown. Charmel’s dream came true on the Fourth of July holiday with the grand opening ... Read more

1 year ago by James Jones.

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