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.
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…
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.
As part of 2021’s Hurricane Preparedness Week, Alabama Power is announcing new methods of communicating with customers, including an interactive map and personalized alerts. These tools give customers the information they need – how and when they want it.
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 state’s plan to construct three mega-prisons has hit a roadblock. One of the proposed mega-prisons was slated for construction just outside of the Tallassee city limits on Riffle Range Road.
- First batch of letters for ordinance violations related to PPP loans mailed, more to come
- Reeltown building toward successful season
- Alabama National Guard deploys combat sustainment support battalion
- One Last Look
- Elmore County Softball Player of the Year: Chloe Baynes
- Mother-Daughter Dance to benefit the Love family set for Aug. 21
- Elmore County Economic Development Authority hosts Alabama Student Angler Bass Association State Classic
- The Tallassee Tribune's All-Elmore County softball teams
- Dear Tallassee Community
- Downtown Sidewalk Sale set for June 26 By Carmen Rodgers
Alabama State Auditor, Republican Jim Zeigler, and Democratic Rep. John Rogers, jointly filed a lawsuit in Montgomery Circuit Court this week challenging the legality of Governor Kay Ivey’s prison construction plans under Alabama law. They are joined as plaintiffs in the suit by Leslie Ogbur…
Staff report The Elmore County Economic Development Authority (ECEDA) in conjunction with the Elmore County Commission engaged Stroudwater Associates to better understand the present and future healthcare needs of Elmore County. The goal of the study was to determine what services are curren…
There is a new restaurant about to open on Lake Martin. The Social, located at 2001 Castaway Island Rd., is slated to open this Friday, May 7. The new establishment will feature an open-air setting with plenty of food and drink specials.
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.
Justin Paul Melton is no longer wanted by law enforcement. Investigators advise that Melton was captured late Sunday, May 2, in Dallas, GA, which is in Palding County. The maroon Infiniti was located with Melton.
The FFA Rodeo will be in Wetumpka this weekend at the sports complex but before this weekend's main event, Dani Loeb, the first Alabamian to make the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team, and Kaylee Campbell, the reigning Miss Rodeo USA visited area schools where they introduced themselves to student…
The annual Tallassee Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament was held Monday at Wynlakes Golf and Country Club in Montgomery. The golf tournament is the Chamber's biggest fundraiser of the year, and while there were some great prizes up for grabs, it's a fun-filled event that many in the communi…
Heidi Wright smiled wide and beamed with pride as Auburn University celebrated the life of her late mother, Josetta Brittain Matthews, at a special residence hall naming ceremony on Wednesday.
Relocating the Tallassee Recreation Center to a newer facility was discussed in the April 13 work session at city hall. The city’s public information officer Griffin Pritchard gave the presentation, which suggested relocating to the former Gulf Packaging building on AL Hwy 229, near the city…
Troopers with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s (ALEA) Highway Patrol Division on Friday, April 16, arrested the driver that was involved in a single-vehicle crash on Friday, Feb. 5, that resulted in the death of a Tallassee teen.
Supporters will join together Monday, April 19, at 6:30 in the parking lot across from the Tallassee Community Library to pray for Andrus Love as he continues to battle a rare form of cancer.
Earth Day is Thursday, April 22, and this year it will kick off the citywide 2021 Team Up to Clean Up campaign. Hosted by the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce, the 5-day event will run through Tuesday, April 27.
Following an investigation by the Narcotics Unit into possible gambling on the premises, the Tallassee Police Department executed a search warrant at the Marathon Gas Station, located at 65 Kent Road, on Wednesday, April 14.
Graduation is right around the corner and some students may still be uncertain about what career path to follow after high school. Southern Union Community College Technical Division will host an Open House for both traditional and non-traditional students from 4:30-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 15.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore, representative of Alabama's 2nd congressional district, made a stop at Tallassee City Hall for a Monday morning town hall meeting. The chambers inside city hall were filled with area residents who had some tough questions during the visit.
The rain did not stop the Celebration of Life for Coach Waters. It didn't even damper spirits as the Sports Gin on Cherokee Trail was filled with family, friends, and many others who were positively impacted by Coach Waters over the years.
Governor Kay Ivey during a visit to the Alabama National Guard mobile vaccination clinic in Wilcox County on Friday, April 2, announced that beginning, Monday, April 5, the Alabama Department of Public Health will extend eligibility for COVID-19 vaccinations to include individuals age 16 and older.
Wharf Casual Seafood is bringing the coast to Wetumpka. It was announced Thursday, April 1, that the seafood restaurant will open in Wetumpka later this year in the former Shoney's building.
Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded grants totaling $193,000 to assist specialized groups that help domestic violence and sexual assault victims in south central Alabama.
Tallassee Chamber of Commerce is hosting the annual Chamber Golf Tournament on April 26 at Wynlakes Country Club in Montgomery. Registration is at 11 a.m., and tee time at 12:30 p.m. This is one of the leading and longest-running fundraisers hosted by the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce.
Several years ago, Bill Anthony suggested that the Talisi Historical Preservation Society (THPS) manufacture some Tallassee Carbines. Out of that dream, realized only after Anthony’s death, came 15 historically accurate replicas of the famed Tallassee Carbine.
Residents of Tallassee and surrounding areas will have an opportunity to hear from U.S. Representative for Alabama's 2nd congressional district Barry Moore during a town hall meeting at city hall on April 5 beginning at 10 a.m.
Governor Kay Ivey on Monday, March 22, issued her 25th supplemental emergency proclamation to further amend the recently extended Safer at Home order. Apart from the technical revisions made, the health order remains identical to the order issued by Governor Ivey and Dr. Scott Harris on Marc…