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"Are You Fired Up?!?"

Apr 17, 2012 • by John Battle • Sports and Family Magazine
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Are you fired up?!? is the inspirational story of young men who over the years were challenged and coached to be prepared to succeed in the greatest arena of all - life. More

Alabama HS Hall of Fame to Induct Nine Tonight

Mar 22, 2010 • Alabama
Nine inductees make up the 20th class of the Alabama High School Sports Hall of Fame, to be honored tonight at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel & Spa at the Convention Center. More

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President Obama to speak at Selma jubilee

Feb 9, 2015 • The Crimson While
The city of Selma, Alabama, will have a celebration next month in honor of the 50th anniversary of the 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery. President Barack Obama is scheduled to attend the celebration on the anniversary of “Bloody Sunday.”. More

Fifty Years After Bloody Sunday in Selma, Everything and Nothing Has Changed

Feb 26, 2015 • The Nation.
In 1972, he became one of five black members elected to the City Council—Selma's first black elected officials since Reconstruction. He was principal of Selma High School and superintendent of the city schools, and has pastored the Ebenezer Missionary ... More

Selma City School Board schedules second community meeting

Jan 30, 2015 • FOX6 WBRC - MyFoxAL.com
Sharon Seay is still having trouble digesting all of the problems that have engulfed the Selma City School District over the last year or so. "The wrongdoing would not have happened if the previous administration had been watching them," Seay said. More

Track official Young being inducted into hall of fame

Feb 21, 2015 • Selma Times-Journal
Former Selma High School teacher and Wallace Community College Selma administrator Houston Young will be inducted into the Alabama High School Sports Hall of Fame next month in Montgomery. Young, who has served as a track official for nearly five ... More

Terri Sewell Proves You Can Come Home Again

Feb 20, 2015 • Roll Call (blog)
“I am a direct beneficiary of the movement,” that made Alabama a symbol of civil rights. The path home was not one she had to take, given her success. The first black valedictorian at Selma High School, Sewell went to Princeton for her bachelor's ... More

Signing Day Coverage: Selma, DCHS, Southside players sign

Feb 4, 2015 • Selma Times-Journal
Six of those thirteen are from Selma High School, where the Saints continued what is becoming a National Signing Day tradition of churning players out to major colleges. ... In the end, South Alabama gave him the chance to continue playing quarterback. More

Scholarships given in memory of Dr. Allen, Alexis Hunter

Jan 31, 2015 • Selma Times-Journal
Representatives from Wallace Community College Selma, the University of Alabama, the Alabama National Guard and other colleges and universities across Alabama greeted students with information about enrollment and much more. ... Yet, Bowie said the ... More

The Knights of Revelry roll with fun and Folly

Feb 17, 2015 • AL.com
Best Sound (bands): The Selma High School Marching Band of Blue was in fine form. The skilled percussionists gave the parade a booming, resonant beat. Catch of the day: One woman leaned far over the rails and swept in a little pink bear left on the ... More

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