A thunderstorm moved through the area and dealt a devastating blow to the Tallassee Community Library on Wednesday, Sept. 8.
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 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.
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 cafetorium at Reeltown High School was filled with teachers, staff, and administrators from area schools Saturday afternoon for the 12th annual Teachers Appreciation Luncheon, which was hosted by Beulah Baptist Church in Dadeville.
Auburn University has been awarded $10 million from the National Science Foundation, or NSF, to lead a national research effort to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, education among disabled students.
Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama (GSSA) will be hosting a one-day membership drive on Thursday, Aug. 19. For this one day only, any new girl that signs up to be a Girl Scout will receive a free one-year membership. This membership will be valid for one year. Girls will have the option to join…
- The Dam Store opens in downtown Tallassee
- Tigers unable to overcome first quarter mistakes
- Hubbard asks to be released from prison
- The Talisi Historical Preservation Society is hosting an afghan blanket fundraiser
- Photos from the TYFL season opener at J.E. "Hot" O'Brien Stadium
- Guided By the Great Father
- 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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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.
The Funtastic Fort in the Carrville community of east Tallassee will soon be under renovation after members of the city council made a motion to purchase new playground equipment that would replace the current wooden structure that is currently in use at the park.
The Tallassee Community Library has ten new computers that are available to the public at no charge. The computers were funded through a $20,000 Library Service Technology Act (LSTA) grant. The grant came with a 20 percent match, which was funded through the Blount Foundation and other donations.
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.
While the Tallassee High School building is being strategically demolished, a few dedicated locals are working together to preserve the school's deep-rooted history.
The Tallassee Community Library's Summer Reading Program, Tales and Tails, is in full swing. The library's reading program is a popular summer event. It is a long-running program that has spanned multi generations.
Replacing outdated cast iron gas lines has been a top priority for city officials, and the recent gas leak scare at Tallassee High School during the Senior Awards Night added emphasis to the ongoing infrastructure project.
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.
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.
A group of community organizers is a planning Mother-Daughter Dance that will benefit Andrus Love and his family. Love was diagnosed with cancer late last year and continues to battle the illness.
The Elmore County Economic Development Authority will be hosting the Alabama Student Angler Bass Fishing Association (ASABFA) State Classic June 18th and 19th on Lake Jordan, launching out of Bonner’s Point and the State Ramp. This tournament is expecting to bring 275 boats with Junior and S…
The Eclectic Police Department is actively searching for William Charles Dunaway III, who is described as a 55-year-old white male. He is 6’2” ft. in height and weighs approximately 220lbs.
Five Auburn University graduates, all highly accomplished in their fields, have been selected to receive the highest honor given by the Auburn Alumni Association at Auburn’s 2021 Lifetime Achievement Awards ceremony June 12.
The Tallassee High School Graduation Ceremony will be held this evening, June 4, at 8pm. J.E. "Hot" O'Brien Stadium. For those that cannot attend, the event will be streamed live on the school’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/tallasseecityschooldistrictThe Class of 2021 Graduation…
According to officials with the Alabama Department of Transportation, contractors started installing poles and lights on the Fitzpatrick Bridge on Tuesday, June 1, during off peak hours. Installation work will continue likely until the end of next week, according to ALDOT Public Information …
City officials, community members along with Bobby and Mary Carol Payne gathered at Payne Park on Central Boulevard on Thursday, May 27, at 10 a.m. for the park's dedication ceremony.
Do you need some quality used kitchen items or perhaps a good used appliance? The Tallassee City Board of Education may have what you are looking for. The BOE will accept sealed bids for the many of its Consumer Science classroom items.
Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education are proud to announce that the nationally recognized, high-quality Alabama First Class Pre-K program will add 135 new classrooms in 41 counties this fall. This is the first round of new classroom funding that will be r…
Mr. Glass comes to Tallassee High School from Wetumpka High School where he’s served as an Assistant Principal for the last five years. He is the recipient of the Alabama Secondary Assistant Principal of the Year Award, 2021.
The Family Guidance Center Head Start/Early Head Start Centers celebrated The Week of the Young Child last week, which is an annual event that is sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. To celebrate, the students in the head start program created an art exhibit.