Our x-SEL Summer Learning is off to an incredible start. We had more than 800 scholars join us for the first week of learning. Shout out to our teachers, leaders, support staff and partners for welcoming these babies and providing a safe, supportive and excellent experience.

Deshadia Lowery of Orrville is one of 27 high school students and recent graduates from rural Alabama participating in annual programs this summer at The University of Alabama where they learn about the need rural communities have for more doctors and other health care professionals.

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In celebration of the announcement of the end of slavery on June 19, 1865, the Juneteenth Freedom Fest will be held this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

We made it! That was the sentiment of many of the members of Team Selma as last week came to a close. It truly felt like we crossed the finish line of the most challenging race ever. And we made it.

After low river levels made getting boats into the Alabama River during Memorial Day weekend difficult, residents took to social media to fight for the city of Selma to make dredging at Selma Marina a higher priority.

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As part of 2021’s Hurricane Preparedness Week, Alabama Power is announcing new methods of communicating with customers, including an interactive map and personalized alerts. These tools give customers the information they need – how and when they want it.