The Dam Store, located at 207 Barnett Boulevard, in downtown Tallassee recently opened, and, according to owner Stephen Webster, the store has something for everyone. Webster bought the business from Southern Girls Outlet and reorganized and added a little more inventory to the store.
The Talisi Historical Preservation Society is hosting an Afghan Fundraiser. The custom-made afghan blanket depicts ten local historic sites, including The Clubhouse, which is now the Tallassee Public Library, The Council Tree, the Benjamin Fitzpatrick Bridge, the old west side mill bell towe…
The Tallassee Youth Football League participated in a Jamboree in Reeltown Saturday. The tiny but mighty Tigers took on a host of area opponents. While the league decided to set out last year due to COVID precautions, the TYFL had 94 football players and 101 cheerleaders sign up for the 2021…
The Tallassee Rotary Club ball drop that could net a lucky winner up to $4,000 is quickly approaching. That's right, you could win big if your lucky number drops the closest to the target. If you have not purchased your ticket, there are still a few days left to pick them up.
The Red Hill Historical Preservation Association will resume the annual Spaghetti Dinner at the Historic Red Hill School House on Friday, Sept. 17, from 4-6 p.m.
The Funtastic Fort in the Carrville community of east Tallassee is now closed to the public and will soon be under renovation to replace the current wooden structure that is currently in use at the park.
The 8th annual "Angling for Autism" Bass Fishing Tournament to benefit The Learning Tree in Tallassee and the Little Hapie Tree in Auburn is planned for Saturday, Oct. 9 The tournament will take place at Wind Creek State Park in Alexander City on Lake Martin.
Members of the Tallassee Industrial Development Board addressed the City Council to request $220,000 for a utility that will bring new industry to the area.
Former collegiate golfer Ashton Maddaloni has been hired in a dual role as the head golf professional at EMCC’s Lion Hills Center in Columbus as well as doubling as the head coach of East Mississippi Community College’s reinstated men’s golf program. Her hiring was announced this week by EM…
- The Dam Store opens in downtown Tallassee
- Tigers unable to overcome first quarter mistakes
- Hubbard asks to be released from prison
- Guided By the Great Father
- Photos from the TYFL season opener at J.E. "Hot" O'Brien Stadium
- The Talisi Historical Preservation Society is hosting an afghan blanket fundraiser
- Elmore County fights until end in loss to Central Clay
- Lightning strikes library
- Reeltown defeated by Montgomery Catholic
- Cecil Malone and Montgomery Junction to perform at Red Hill Spaghetti Supper this Friday
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The College of Agriculture at Auburn University recently partnered with AgriTech Corp. on a specialty Auburn-branded SoilKit to deliver digital, easy-to-understand soil test results to homeowners, landscapers and municipalities.
The Tallassee Rotary Club is planning a ball drop that could net one lucky winner up to $4,000. That's right, you could win big if your lucky number drops the closest to the target. The Tallassee Fire Department has agreed to help with the ball drop. Using the ladder truck, the balls will be…
The Tallassee and Wetumpka Verizon stores along with nearly 750 other participating TCC and Wireless Zone stores are inviting local families to their locations on Sunday, Aug. 1, between 1-4 p.m. to pick up a backpack filled with pencils, paper, a pencil box, a ruler, folders and glue. Suppl…
Willie Moseley spoke to members of the Tallassee Rotary Club on Thursday, July 15. Moseley is the senior writer for Vintage Guitar Magazine. He is a former editor, writer, and photographer for The Tallassee Tribune. He has also published numerous books.
Simply Southern Acres opened this week at 5370 Highway 299 South in Tallassee. This new local business offers storage units, zero-turn mowers, golf carts, and utility vehicles. The company offers Spartan zero-turn mowers and Bighorn golf carts and UTVs.
Dr. Paris Mullins opened his optometry practice in Tallassee in May of 1986. Now, 35-years later, his son Dr. Nic has joined the team. With a new doctor in the building, the office is also expanding and is currently undergoing renovations to make room for new patients.
Four local students were among a group of 100 who earned a $1,000 scholarship awarded through the competitive Alfa Foundation Scholarship Program.
The first Keep Tallassee Beautiful cleanup campaign was held Saturday, July 10, at city hall from 8-11 a.m. Councilmember Bill Hall coordinated the volunteer effort that aims to remove litter from area streets and neighborhoods.
The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center, or GPAC, at Auburn University has put together a fall 2021 lineup that includes more than a dozen performances and boasts several legendary names from the worlds of classical, rock, folk, bluegrass and soul.
Student leaders in Auburn University’s Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences, or MANRRS, chapter were honored recently for their entries in three components of the nonprofit organization’s national contest.
Alabama Power, with the help of numerous partners, provides more than 65 public recreation sites on the 12 reservoirs it manages across the state. These sites, called The Preserves, include five day-use facilities, dozens of boat ramps and handicap-accessible hunting and fishing opportunitie…
The Fancy Pony Boutique opened in downtown Tallassee last Saturday during the Downtown Sidewalk Sale. The boutique is located at 13 S. Ann Avenue, offers women’s and girl’s apparel as well as unique home goods.
The Tallassee Chamber of Commerce held a Downtown Sidewalk Sale on Saturday, June 26. There were vendors along both North and South Ann Avenue in the historic downtown area. Sistrunk Street also saw a lot of foot traffic during the sidewalk sale.
The Market at Ag Heritage Park at Auburn University is open for the summer season from now until August 12. The market is open each Thursday from 3-6 p.m. It is an open-air, growers-only farmers’ market hosted by the College of Agriculture.
The Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch is grieving after the Saturday loss of eight children deeply connected to the ranch. But it is not the first time the Reeltown community, in particular those connected to Reeltown schools, have come together to grieve.
12:30 p.m. UPDATE: Other reports have Alabama Sheriffs Youth Ranches CEO Michael Smith stating one of the victims was a child of the director of the Tallapoosa County Sheriffs Girls Ranch.
A vehicle from the Tallapoosa County Sheriff’s Girls Ranch was involved in a multiple vehicle accident in the northbound lanes of Interstate 65 in Butler County, reports said, with possible multiple fatalities.
As the weather continues to warm, the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce is looking forward to another Downtown Sidewalk Sale on Saturday, June 26, from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. The sidewalk sale will encompass the downtown area with vendors set up on S. Ann Avenue offering goods of all types.
Due to the possibility of inclement weather on Saturday, the ASABFA State Classic has been shortened to a one day tournament. Teams will launch Friday, June 18, as planned at “first safe light” from Bonner’s Point and the State Ramp on Lake Jordan.
The Director of the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs Kenneth Boswell toured the City of Tallassee with Mayor John Hammock and other city officials on Wednesday, June 16.
The City of Tallassee will hold a free areawide job fair at the Recreation Center from 6-8 p.m. on June 29. Anyone in Tallassee or any of the surrounding areas is encouraged to attend this event.