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- Wednesday COVID count: Dallas County sees cases rise 37 in one day
- Legal notices, January 21, 2021
- Ignite Alabama to hold pilot program for minority businesses
- Morgan Senators earn No. 1 seed in AISA Class AAA Elite Eight Basketball Tournament
- Tuesday COVID count: Dallas County adds 18 cases in one day, no new deaths
- Alabama Senators criticize health department's slow rollout of COVID vaccine
- Selma City Hall will be closed Wednesday for sanitizing
- Selma City Open Bass Tournament is this weekend
- Multimillion-dollar development planned for downtown
- Dallas County Health Department to offer COVID vaccine at Bloch Park on Jan. 21 and 28
- Health department changes location of COVID Vaccination Clinic to Wallace Community College Selma
- Lifelong Dallas County resident named to Alabama Black Belt Adventures board
- Savory Edge opens in Valley Grande with big sandwiches and bigger plans
- R&B star Usher visits Selma to celebrate MLK Day
- Sen. Malika Sanders-Fortier to introduce legislation to let Selma leaders rename Edmund Pettus Bridge
- Selma attorney publishes children’s book ‘Space Pup’ based on family dog, Bonkers
- MainStreet Urgent Care offering COVID vaccine
- Saturday COVID count: Dallas County cases pass 3,000, deaths approach 100
The new vaccine for COVID-19 is arriving in Dallas County this week for frontline workers and those most vulnerable and will rollout to the public through the spring and summer. It received FDA approval quickly so it could eradicate the disease. But the fast approval has some worried if it will have unintended side effects. Will you take the vaccine?