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Selma The Magazine

Small congregation keeps Temple Mishkan Israel alive

Perhaps no one knows more about Temple Mishkan Israel than Ronnie Leet. Leet, who serves as the temple’s president, is a lifelong resident of Selma. ... Read more

9 months ago by Brannon Cahela.

Why I Love Selma – Brendan O’Connor

For Brendan O’Connor, Senior Organizer and Grant Writer for the Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth and Reconciliation (CNTR), the road to Selma was indirect and ... Read more

11 months ago by Adam Powell.

Orrville Mayor making impact

Orrville Mayor Louvenia Lumpkin made history seven years ago. Lumpkin became the first African-American and first woman elected as Mayor of Orrville. As Lumpkin nears ... Read more

11 months ago by James Jones.

Secluded Beauty

Ray and Angie Harrelson bought the J. Bruce Hain House in Sardis at the end of 2015 moving into the home in 2016. Being one ... Read more

11 months ago by Will Whaley.

Ongoing Mission

The volunteers of Wannabe Rescued, a non-profit organization dedicated to recuing homeless and abandoned dogs from local shelters and owners who can no longer care ... Read more

11 months ago by Brannon Cahela.

Summer Art Camp

Selma City Ceramics Summer Art Program has been one of the most anticipated summer activities in Selma since its inception over 25 years ago. The ... Read more

11 months ago by Brannon Cahela.

Switzer serves as a CRNP to the community

Mary Elizabeth Switzer didn’t start out her college career expecting to head into the healthcare profession. The Sardis native graduated from Morgan Academy in 2000 ... Read more

1 year ago by Will Whaley.

Cooper gives back to school system alma mater

Lori Ann Henderson Cooper, 31, has been part of Dallas County all of her life. From graduating with an advanced high school diploma from Dallas ... Read more

1 year ago by Will Whaley.

McGuire works to become attorney, give hope to generations

Donavan McGuire has goals to inspire the younger generations as he prepares to take the Bar Exam after graduating from law school. “My motivation for ... Read more

1 year ago by Will Whaley.

Stewart talks career change

Robert Stewart has returned to Selma with a new career to help better not just Dallas County but the entire Blackbelt Region. Changing careers from ... Read more

1 year ago by Will Whaley.

Cogle shares vision for Selma

Clayton Cogle is one of the few that have returned home to Dallas County to make a difference in the community. The 31-year-old was born ... Read more

1 year ago by Will Whaley.

‘Teacher of the Year’ finalist wears many hats

For Mashika Tempero-Culliver, 28, who was an Alabama “Teacher of the Year” finalist this year, it’s hard to know which direction the day will go ... Read more

1 year ago by Adam Powell.

Special Ed teacher has to ‘roll with the punches’

“At school, a typical day can be pretty crazy,” said Lindsey Radford, 33, a Special Education teacher in Dallas COunty Schools. “I am a planner ... Read more

1 year ago by Adam Powell.

Mosley leans on partners to get the job done

An average day for Graham Mosley, 32, often finds the Gamble, Gamble, Calame and Jones attorney taking and phone calls and answering emails from his ... Read more

1 year ago by Adam Powell.

After illness, Fancher called in different direction

For Katie Fancher, 35, being a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner (CRNP) at Selma Family Care is more than a job, it’s a calling that found ... Read more

1 year ago by Adam Powell.

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