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Hurricane Ian is currently projected to make landfall in the Gulf of Mexico later this week, which could bring flooding and strong winds to Alabama. 

The first day of school officially began for Tallapoosa County Schools on Friday, August 19. As the new school year gets underway, The Outlook interviewed Superintendent Ray Porter about his expectations and goals in the months ahead. 

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As the new school year approaches, a statewide bus driver shortage is gripping school systems, including Tallapoosa County Schools. 

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Many high school sports will soon be returning to Tallapoosa County, but game attendees might be facing a higher cost of entry than years prior. 

Construction on the new Reeltown Elementary School is now officially in the final stages with an overhead inspection planned early next week, according to school leaders. 

American households can now order a set of four rapid COVID-19 antigen tests, which ship free starting in late January through the U.S. Postal Service. An online order form can be found here.

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A total of 605 Elmore County residents tested positive for COVID-19 in the week after Christmas with the omicron variant "spreading like wildfire," according to state health officer Dr. Scott Harris.

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According to a press release distributed Wednesday, the Alexander City Walmart is ready to receive and dispense the recently FDA authorized COVID-19 antiviral medications Paxlovid and Molnupiravir, today as supplies allow.

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Candace Gulley is thankful Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey helped officially dedicate a memorial to eight Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch children Tuesday. But in Gulley’s mind, the memorial took on meaning when her husband Tommy helped design, construct and install the memorial in the months since the …

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The Montgomery Police Department has officially notified CrimeStoppers that missing person Crystal Collins has been located. Collins was reported missing  Friday Nov. 19.

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If you are a fan of homemade camp stew, you should go ahead and place your preorders because the Tallassee Community Development Corporation (CDC) will be holding a camp stew sale on Dec 3.  

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Crystal Collins, a former special Ed teacher at Tallassee Elementary School, has been missing from a medical facility in Montgomery for more than a week and now and her husband says he still has no idea what happened to her after she left the E.R. at Baptist Medical Center South early in the…

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Crystal Collins, a resident of Tallassee, was last seen leaving Baptist Medical Center South after she was released from the hospital around 3 a.m. Friday, Nov. 19. Crystal's husband Jason Collins said there is no place for his wife to go in that area.