Educators offer tips to keep kids engaged

Educators offer tips to keep kids engaged

While the number of days remaining in the first half of the 2014-2015 school year have dwindled down to hours, educators are encouraging parents to ... Read more

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Tallassee Fire works to save submerged driver

In a race against time, members of the Tallassee Fire Department rescued a big rig truck driver from further injury or perhaps even death when ... Read more

  1. City school board eyes new policies
  2. Council votes on new appointments, discusses grant-writing and honors champions
  3. Dean turns artsy hobby into Christmas income

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Ward brings experience to Tallassee as SRO

Courtney Ward, the Tallassee Police Department’s new School Resource Officer, has already had an interesting journey in the working world, and it’s even taken her ... Read more

Carly, UAB waiting on FDA to sign off

Carly’s Law, which was passed unanimously by Alabama’s House of Representatives and Senate, was signed into law by Gov. Robert Bentley on April 1. However, ... Read more

Southside finds medals at South’s BEST

Southside Middle School won an award at South’s BEST, or Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology, a robotics championship held at Auburn University Dec. 6-8. BEST ... Read more

Oak Heights Bridge: Estimates raise price tag

With one debate settled – a 6-0 vote to rezone property behind Three Lakes Dental for a series of duplexes to be built – the ... Read more

  1. Tallassee’s talent displayed in Amahl performance
  2. Tallassee’s Holiday Market opens for business this weekend, expands hours
  3. Christmas parade scheduled for Saturday
  4. Affordable Care Act causes Medicare beneficiaries to rethink coverage strategies
  5. Roye discusses vision as Tallassee Chamber head
  6. How to cook a turkey
  7. TES second-graders take centerstage in showcase event
  8. Tallassee High honored for AP work
  9. Discussing the next step
  10. Longtime Senior Center head retires
  11. Neptune debuts new meters, creates jobs
  12. Industrial Development says thanks to industries
  13. Tallassee Elementary Honor Roll
  14. 1220 Café donates to Mt. Vernon Theatre
  15. Ordinance snafu tables re-zoning discussion
  16. Tallassee wins as annual re-enactment draws crowd

Sports

Tigers hoops preps for Marble City

Tigers hoops preps for Marble City

With only a handful of games left before the end of 2014, first-year Tallassee coach Zeke Pigg is seeing improvement in his Tigers basketball team. ... Read more

  1. Montgomery Quarterback Club names Baynes Player of the Year
  2. Tigers top rivals, falter facing Trojans
  3. Tallassee takes to the mat as season shoots into full swing
  4. Baynes named Montgomery Quarterback Club’s Top Athlete
  5. Tigers look to reload in new year
  6. Seven practices in, coaches see growth

Community

Religion Briefs

• Episcopal Church of the Epiphany: On Nov. 30 at 9:30 a.m. in the Parish Hall, Father Wells Warren will lead the adult Sunday School ... Read more

Business

CDC eclects new officers, begins new year

CDC eclects new officers, begins new year

Tallassee’s Community Development Corporation (CDC) met at the Trustmark Bank Annex on Thursday night to select new officers. The meeting was the first of the ... Read more

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• Episcopal Church of the Epiphany: On Nov. 30 at 9:30 a.m. in the Parish Hall, Father Wells Warren will lead the adult Sunday School ... Read more