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Commitment to Excellence drives Morgan Academy Valedictorian

Being named Class Valedictorian was the perfect way for Judy Assaad to finish at Morgan Academy. Assaad will graduate as the top senior in Morgan ... Read more

7 months ago by James Jones.

Former Historic Brown Chapel AME Church Pastor now preaches in Dothan

A former Historic Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church Pastor now leads a congregation in Houston County. Reverend Joseph Rembert Sr. was recently named the ... Read more

7 months ago by James Jones.

Selma native returning soon to give back to community

A Selma native plans on giving back to her hometown later this summer. Tamira Williams of Untamed Talenz LLC has scheduled a Majorette Mini Camp ... Read more

8 months ago by James Jones.

Rapper’s Delight: Selma native prepares for rap debut

A Selma native has visions of conquering the world of hip hop someday. Rapper T. Smith will release his debut CD, entitled “To Whom It ... Read more

8 months ago by James Jones.

Selma native shares experiences in Civil Rights Era

Hattie Chambers-Givan did not get an opportunity to participate in the historic Selma to Montgomery March 55 years ago. Chambers-Givan was one of the storytellers ... Read more

9 months ago by James Jones.

Meet the 2020 Miss Selma Jubilee

Kervin and Michelle Babineaux have two Miss Selma Jubilee Pageant winners in their Lafayette, Louisiana home. Kamryn Jade Babineaux was crowned 2020 Miss Selma Jubilee ... Read more

9 months ago by James Jones.

Gullah Geechee Mende Film Festival stops in Selma

The Gullah Geechee Mende Film Festival made its first-ever stop in Selma during the Bridge Crossing Jubilee last week. Mende Film Festival Co-Producer Sherry A. ... Read more

9 months ago by James Jones.

‘The Chocolate Bunny’ reflects on an adventurous life in new memoir

“Playboy Bunny, model, Hollywood actress, mafia moll, lover to some of the screen’s most glamorous leading men, Francesca Emerson has done it all,” reads the ... Read more

9 months ago by Brannon Cahela.

Civil Rights film shot in Selma premieres this week in Los Angeles

A short film was recently shot in Selma based on events during the Civil Rights Era. Triauric Films has partnered with legendary gospel singer Dr. ... Read more

10 months ago by James Jones.

Seniq’s Variety Café provides on-job training for youth

Seniq’s Variety Café is now an on-site training ground for the youth. The restaurant held its Teens Grand Opening last week. Seven teenagers will work ... Read more

10 months ago by James Jones.

Quilting for the community at ArtsRevive

A group of quilters gathered at ArtsRevive for the first time his year on Tuesday to come together and create quilts for the community. The ... Read more

11 months ago by Brannon Cahela.

Selma native writes children’s book for the holidays

Selma native Shirley Hall has had her first book published. “A Flowertails’ Christmas” is a children’s story about the Flowertails’ siblings, Rosebud, Moultrie, Plotty Lotty ... Read more

12 months ago by Brannon Cahela.

High fashion at the library

The stage in the Vaughan Room at the Selma – Dallas County Public Library was temporarily transformed into a runway on Thursday afternoon where a ... Read more

12 months ago by Brannon Cahela.

SAG to host annual Christmas party, art sale

The Selma Art Guild (SAG) will kick off the Christmas season this weekend with two days filled with art, music and food. The Selma Art ... Read more

12 months ago by Brannon Cahela.

Selma’s annual Holiday Open House now in full swing

The annual Holiday Open House, sponsored by the Selma and Dallas County Historic Preservation Society and the Old Depot Museum, is once again set up ... Read more

12 months ago by Brannon Cahela.

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