Tallassee City Schools' soft reopening will not be extended. Face-to-face learning will begin Monday for all students who are not enrolled in virtual learning.
For those Elmore County residents who qualify, there is a low-cost option to get your pet spayed or neutered at the Alabama Animal Alliance Spay/Neuter Clinic, thanks to a $12,000 grant investment from the Petco Foundation.
The Tallassee Fire Department recently received notification of award from the 2020 Mid-South RC&D grant for the procurement of 10 Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs). These AEDs come with a price tag of $15,980.
The Tallassee City Council held a public hearing Sept. 8 regarding the adoption of updates to the Tallassee zoning ordinance and map as recommended by the Tallassee Planning Commission.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, also known as the CARES Act, is a $2.2 trillion economic stimulus bill that was signed into law on March 27.
With Hurricane Sally churning in the gulf, Tallassee city officials confirmed the storm shelters located behind city hall will be open should area residents need to take cover from the storm. Mayor Johnny Hammock said he and other city officials are actively monitoring the situation.
The Lee County Historical Society will host an Open House during Pioneer Park's Second Saturday In Loachapoka on from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14. This is a project that spotlights the preservation, presentation and education of local history. Pioneer Park is open and free to the pub…
Magazine Managing Editor Lake Martin Living magazine will accept sculpture and 3D art entries in this year’s annual art and photography contest, which is set for Oct. 2 in downtown Alexander City.
Members of Tallassee High School's Future Farmers of America program along with the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce worked to clean up around the East Tallassee Shopping Center early Saturday morning.
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Tallassee City Schools has seen a lot of change in school administration over the past month and that pattern continued into the most recent board of education meeting last Tuesday.
Verizon Authorized Wireless Retailers recently announced its TCC and Wireless Zone stores are donating 140,000 backpacks full of school supplies during its eighth annual School Rocks Backpack Giveaway.
Last Tuesday, it was announced superintendent Wade Shipman will be retiring and Dr. Brock Nolin will be serving as interim superintendent for Tallassee City Schools.
Tallassee’s Don Bryant has announced his intention to run for reelection in Ward 2 for the Tallassee City Schools Board of Education. He currently serves as board president.
Auburn University announced it will conduct COVID-19 screening tests for all students who will be on campus this fall as part of the university’s comprehensive plans for a safe and healthy semester.
It was announced this week Brooke Barron will serve as the next assistant principal at Tallassee High School. Barron will step into coach Chet Stewart’s former position after Stewart was named principal at THS, following former principal Matt Coker retirement from the public school system.
With just under a month before the annual teachers’ luncheon, event coordinators have made the decision to move the event to Reeltown High School to better meet social distancing guidelines.
The Lee County Historical Society and the Town of Loachapoka are sponsoring a Summer Arts and Crafts Day. This family-fun event is free and open to the public from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday.
Although the school calendar looks a little different this year with classes scheduled to begin in Tallassee a week later than normal due to COVID-19, parents and students can better prepare for what the school year will hold with the upcoming sales tax holiday.
What the future will look like as the coronavirus pandemic progresses has been a question for quite some time.
More residents of Tallapoosa and Elmore counties may now be eligible for services provided by the Women, Infants and Children program as the income guidelines have increased about 2% from last year.
Although there are still many unknowns about the upcoming school year due to the coronavirus pandemic, Tallassee City Schools has released its school calendar.
New changes are on the horizon for both Tallassee High School and Southside Middle School as principals for both schools have officially been named.
Reeltown Elementary School began handing out diplomas to the 2020 kindergarten class last week. In order to promote social distancing, the elementary school created a drive-thru diploma pickup process.
The Tallassee Community Library announced last week it will hold the annual summer reading program with some limitations. This year's program will offer two, possibly three, classes, depending on participation. Registration began Monday and the first day of class will be Wednesday, June 3.
Lt. Col. Joel Burdette graduated from Tallassee High School in 1989. He attended Auburn University on an NROTC scholarship. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in aviation management in 1993, he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps and transferred to Quantico, Virgin…