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Varner named finalist in Brewton, Dothan superintendent searches

Annual Team-up to Clean-up event scheduled for next week

Annual Team-up to Clean-up event scheduled for next week

The Greater Tallassee Area Chamber of Commerce will once again be sponsoring its annual “Team Up to Clean Up” effort from April 20-25, which will ... Read more

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Taking steps toward ‘spec’ building

At its regularly-scheduled meeting on April 7, the Tallassee Industrial Development Board made another official move regarding the potential construction of a fourth “spec” (short ... Read more

  1. Tallassee earns risk management award
  2. Spring Fair returns to Tallassee, opens tonight
  3. Conversations encouraged on National Decision Day

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French Indian War Encampment set for April 18-19

Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson Park, in conjunction with the Alabama Historical Commission and the Friends of the Forts, will host its annual French and Indian War ... Read more

Environmental Impact Study calls for high winter pool at Lake Martin

BETSY ILER TPI Magazines Editor Lake Martin’s winter pool will be three feet higher next winter, according to the final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) issued ... Read more

Alumni composes ‘Pride’ march for concert

Tallassee High School can march to the beat of its own drum after alumnus Dr. Larry Whatley, was commissioned to compose a piece of music ... Read more

2015 Miss Tallassee Pageant

The annual Miss Tallassee contest, sponsored by the Athene Women’s Club, was recently held in the Tallassee High School auditorium. Winners are shown left to ... Read more

  1. Stakeholder meeting helps school boards piece together ‘perfect candidate’ puzzle
  2. BBQ applications being accepted for Tallassee NOW
  3. Annual JazzFest event organizers see success after moving to weeknight
  4. Auburn, Troy set to perform
  5. April 7 production caps McCraney-Cottle’s 2015 season
  6. Public’s opinion needed in search
  7. Holy week special services and events scheduled
  8. Council debates Sunday sales, awards bids
  9. BOE to begin new superintendent search
  10. Charter Schools: More questions than answers
  11. Longtime Tallassee banker passes away
  12. State faces Trooper shortage
  13. Farmers Celebrate Ag Day
  14. IDB approves abatements for industries
  15. Varner’s contract will not be renewed in 4-3 vote
  16. Auburn student names fish after Star Wars character

Sports

Youth wrestlers learn ‘free’ skills

Youth wrestlers learn ‘free’ skills

The Tallassee Mat Cats youth wrestling team hosted a clinic on Sunday at its practice facility in east Tallassee. Conducting the clinic was former All-American ... Read more

  1. Tigers finish strong as season ends, playoffs begin Friday
  2. Can SEC swim with basketball sharks?
  3. Camp to teach new styles to area wrestlers during offseason
  4. Tallassee silences Lanier, tests skills at Lake Martin
  5. Tallassee track pushes pace at Beauregard meet
  6. Tigers sweep Hornets, hammer Eagles, lead area

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