BOE to begin new superintendent search

BOE to begin new superintendent search

The Tallassee City Schools Board of Education, Monday night, approved the final two measures to begin the search for a new superintendent to replace sitting ... Read more

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Council debates Sunday sales, awards bids

The biggest item of discussion at Monday’s city council meeting came during council reports when councilmember Charles Blalock introduced Ron Drinkard of the Crosby Drinkard ... Read more

  1. Charter Schools: More questions than answers
  2. Longtime Tallassee banker passes away
  3. State faces Trooper shortage

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Farmers Celebrate Ag Day

The Alabama Farmers Federation and Alfa Insurance celebrated their roots as they commemorated National Ag Day today with numerous events, including a pizza party. The ... Read more

IDB approves abatements for industries

At its March meeting, the Tallassee Industrial Development Board took care of more than one tax abatement issue. In the absence of treasurer Steve Beasley, ... Read more

Varner’s contract will not be renewed in 4-3 vote

Despite impassioned pleads by members of the community, the Tallassee City Board of Education will not renew current superintendent Dr. Kenneth Varner’s contract. “It’s frustrating ... Read more

Auburn student names fish after Star Wars character

AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Jonathan Armbruster, biological sciences professor and curator of fishes for the Auburn University Museum of Natural History, has named a previously unknown ... Read more

  1. Scam targeting River Bank and Trust customers
  2. SKYWARN Storm Spotter Class registration opens
  3. Council honors champs; talks baseball and booze
  4. Tallassee Library board honors Cottle’s service
  5. O’Neal announces retirement
  6. Fresh eyes could lead to ‘excellence’
  7. Missing Tallassee teen found
  8. Tallassee BOE talks Varner’s contract
  9. Local leaders begin new school talks
  10. House Republicans discuss 2015 legislative agenda
  11. Suggs says Yes to the Dress
  12. Sessions-Whitehouse Proposal Approved By Judiciary Committee
  13. Statistics show crime down in Tallassee in 2014
  14. Reeltown hosts Black History program
  15. ALEA urges motorists to use caution
  16. Applications accepted for Ag in the Classroom

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Tallassee track pushes pace at Beauregard meet

Inclement weather continues to force sports teams to reschedule events across the state, and central Alabama track meets are no exception, as exemplifid when the ... Read more

  1. Tigers sweep Hornets, hammer Eagles, lead area
  2. Lady Tigers rattle off 10 runs in win over ECHS
  3. Monster Mountain’s legend continues to grow
  4. Handley hands Tigers season’s first loss
  5. Tigers sweep Russell County, improve to 9-0
  6. Baynes signs with Central Alabama

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