Ok. I’m beginning to sound like a broken record, even to myself. Here it is the latter part of October and I, like leaders throughout the nation (and world for that matter) am still grappling with decisions made and those that need to be made. Admittedly, I am tired.

Although no one went to the YMCA during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Selma Dallas County YMCA was busy helping with community events and fixing up the facility, according to Community Outreach Liaison Austin Williams.

October is a historically busy month for Team Selma. The highlights include Bullying Prevention Month and National Principals Month. Each of these lend themselves to a continued focus on self-care and wellness through enhancing supportive relationships and celebrating excellence.

Almost nine miles of rough Dallas County roads will be rehabilitated in 2021 using funding created by the Rebuild Alabama Act.

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Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee organizers announced this weekend that the huge annual event usually spread across Selma will be held virtually March 4-7, 2021, instead due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Organizers say the online event with the theme “Beyond the Bridge: People Power, Political Power…