Aubrey Lovelady, eighth grader at Reeltown High School, won the Lazy C Diamond Simmental Ranch essay contest. As the winner, a Simmental heifer named Miss K will be arriving at her family's farm later this month.
A single-vehicle crash that occurred at approximately 5:28 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 18, has claimed the life of an Auburn woman.
Severe storms are possible for the Lake Martin area Tuesday afternoon.
The winter weather has caused havoc on multiple water suppliers in the area, primarily in southern Tallapoosa County, eastern Elmore County and portions of Macon County.
A special ceremony occurred Monday at Reeltown Elementary as students took a prestigious oath of membership.
A tornado-warned storm in the early hours of Wednesday morning left several homes in southern Elmore County damaged or destroyed.
A possible tornado left damage across southern Elmore County Wednesday morning.
- Another restaurant is in the works for downtown Tallassee
- City of Tallassee receives offer on Hotel Talisi property
- Two Tallassee officers honored for life saving measures
- Elmore County students learn about leadership, boxes in Tallassee
- Arrest and incident reports of the Tallassee Police Department from March 9 to 16
- Tallassee softball finding its rhythm
- Reeltown student wins nation-wide essay contest for her family’s farm
- County teams ranked in latest ASWA softball, baseball polls
- OUR VIEW: HB106 leaves the public ‘in the dark’
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Chuck Blake has always had a vision. The Reeltown Elementary School custodian wished to bring his passion for video production to a younger generation. Fortunately for Blake, he didn’t have to look far.
McKenzie Ray lived only 20 years, but she lived a full life.
Weather forecasters predict that Tropical Storm Nicole will make landfall in Florida later this week as a hurricane.
Teachers often receive recognition, but this month school principals in Tallapoosa County and across the nation will be in the spotlight.
Employee raises, million-dollar construction projects, and much more defines Tallapoosa County Schools’ budget for the coming year.
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.
Tallapoosa County teachers will soon have extra money in their pockets.
Last week ended with a local veteran receiving a timeless gift.
Looking for some fun this Labor Day weekend, but prefer a staycation this year? Tallapoosa County and Lake Martin will be hosting a slew of holiday events.
Labor Day celebrations will be different around Tallapoosa County this year.
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.
Students' faces lit up with glee yesterday as they walked into the new Reeltown Elementary School.
Tallapoosa County Schools is strengthening security at all campuses going into the new school year.
As the new school year approaches, a statewide bus driver shortage is gripping school systems, including Tallapoosa County Schools.
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.
Heading out tonight? Take an umbrella and keep an eye on the weather. Severe storms are possible tonight and Thursday.
Tallapoosa County Schools is announcing a second pre-K class following the school district recently being awarded a large grant.
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.
Wes Allen knows Alabama elections and vital documents and wants to bring that experience to the office of Alabama Secretary of State.
Election results for Elmore County are in. Check out how the vote went this time around.
Lew Burdette is tired of seeing Alabama at the bottom of so many categories — like education, healthcare and prisons.
Strong storms are possible from mid-day Friday until the early morning hours of Saturday.
The Tallapoosa County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary and theft in the Yates Lake Community and seeks the public’s help in identifying the suspects.
A Tuskegee man is dead after a Sunday single-vehicle crash at the intersection of Highway 49 and 120 in the Reeltown community.
Much of Tallapoosa and Elmore counties are at marginal risk for severe weather today and Friday, including possible quarter-size hail and high winds, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
The Tallapoosa County Commission now has a little more freedom in how it can spend nearly $8 million from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) from the federal government.
The Tallapoosa River has presented challenges to county residents in the past.
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.
A new U.S. Treasury Department ruling on how COVID-19 relief funds can be spent declares the construction of correctional facilities "generally ineligible," but falls short of issuing a clear verdict on Alabama's prison plan.
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.
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.
The omicron variant, a shorter incubation period and families gathering for the holidays have combined to create a perfect storm of new COVID-19 cases nationwide.
An active weather system will bring rain and the chance of strong to severe storms to Alabama Wednesday.
It happens twice a year in Alexander City and twice a year in Dadeville — criminal jury trial terms.
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 …
Three simultaneous construction projects on three Tallapoosa County Schools campuses are expected to wrap up within the next two months.