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Tallassee City Council votes to make opposition to 30-foot Confederate flag downtown known

Tallassee cancer support group to begin meeting monthly

Tallassee cancer support group to begin meeting monthly

When James Martin moved to Tallassee he knew he wanted to make a difference in the community. After coordinating to start Tallassee’s Neighborhood Watch Group, ... Read more

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Tallassee City Council votes to make opposition to 30-foot Confederate flag downtown known

By Corey Arwood and Carmen Rodgers In a specially called 10-minute city council meeting, with no public comment, members of the Tallassee City Council voted ... Read more

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Tallassee varsity Tigers sees their first win streak of the season

Corey Arwood Staff writer   The Tigers have their first win streak of the season against Notasulga in a nail-biter of a game that drew ... Read more

Local reaction to ‘Chelsea Does’ racism mostly negative

The Netflix original four part docu-series “Chelsea Does” began streaming Saturday. In the series the former late-night talk show host takes a look at marriage, ... Read more

UPDATE: Confederate flag will not be placed across from Alabama State, land still sought

BY COREY ARWOOD / THE TRIBUNE The group that had planned to install a flag pole and confederate flag in downtown Montgomery announced today that ... Read more

School safety issues addressed by superintendent

During January’s Board of Education meeting Superintendent Wade Shipman addressed the condition of the high school band room, which was flooded during the December flooding. ... Read more

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  7. THS boys varsity basketball team continues to build from experience
  8. SMS students win top chair
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  10. Kervin to run for Mayor
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Tallassee City Council to consider feasibility of new city pool

By: Carmen Rodgers ***This meeting has been rescheduled and will be held at 5:00 on Monday, November 9, 2015 prior to the council meeting.***   The Tallassee City Council will ... Read more

  1. Bob the one man Volleyball team faces of with THS students
  2. Tigers travel to Shelby County for region catfight
  3. Tigers split home matches against T-Birds, Hornets
  4. Tallassee upends Talladega to pick up second win
  5. Tallassee looks past Miller, ready to host Talladega
  6. Bulldogs bring big bark to face Rebels at home

Community

Trade Day on tap for Saturday

By WILLIE G. MOSELEY / News Editor The Tallassee City Council held a special meeting this week to make an amendment to the budget that would ... Read more

Business

Program aims to aid in career readiness

By CARMEN RODGERS Tribune Reporter Since 2007, the Heritage Training and Career Center, a program for women and men in local communities such as Tallassee, ... Read more

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Monster Mash Dash planned for Oct. 31

By CARMEN RODGERS / Tribune Reporter Neptune Technology Group will hold the Monster Mash Dash at 8 a.m. on Oct.31, beginning at the Tallassee High School ... Read more