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The Elmore County Commission learned at Monday’s meeting an energy savings program instituted two years ago has already shaved $500,000 off utility bills at its facilities.

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The official first day of fall is Sept. 23 and organizers at The Learning Tree are bringing back a popular fundraiser for anyone who wishes to adorn their porch or yard with mums.

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God's Congregation Holiness Church's Bishop Aldophus Gauntt opened the doors to the House of Love and Mercy in 2000 and in those years the program has helped free countless women from addiction, domestic violence and other life-threatening situations. Over the years, the shelter has served w…

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Today was the first day of class for students in Reeltown Schools. Reeltown Elementary School principal Raymond Porter says he is excited about the school year ahead. Porter says he is grateful to a part of a community that show great support to it's teachers, faculty and staff. 

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We have all heard the old saying, “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade,” and that’s exactly what four local boys are doing. A local cornhole group has organized a tournament to benefit the hard-working young men Saturday. Tournament registration begins at 10 a.m. and “bags fly” at 11 a.m.

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The official first day of fall is Sept. 23 and organizers at The Learning Tree are bringing back a popular fundraiser for anyone who wishes to adorn their porch or yard with mums.

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God's Congregation Holiness Church's Bishop Aldophus Gauntt opened the doors to the House of Love and Mercy in 2000 and in those years the program has helped free countless women from addiction, domestic violence and other life-threatening si…

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Today was the first day of class for students in Reeltown Schools. Reeltown Elementary School principal Raymond Porter says he is excited about the school year ahead. Porter says he is grateful to a part of a community that show great support…

God's Congregation Holiness Church's Bishop Aldophus Gauntt introduced members of the Tallassee Rotary Club to residents at the House of Love and Mercy on July 25 during a regular meeting at Cozumel on Gilmer Avenue.

Combat veteran Dr. Greg Dubay and fellow members of Operation Combat Bikesaver will hand out free American flags Thursday at the intersection of Highway 14, Barnett Boulevard and Friendship Road in Tallassee.

As an added precaution during the heavily traveled Fourth of July holiday, the Alabama Department of Transportation is doing its part for road safety by having no temporary lane closures on Alabama interstates after noon on Wednesday through midnight Sunday.

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Kayla Jolly of Tallassee High School and Morgan McGuire of Reeltown High School will receive the initial Veterans of Foreign Wars scholarships, Tallassee VFW Post 5035 announced.

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A man from Opelika and a woman from Auburn were arrested Tuesday in the Reeltown area. According to a release, Jeffery Alan Bell, 40, of Opelika, was arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana first degree and possession of drug paraphernalia. Kay…

The Tallassee VFW Post 5035 is hosting its third annual crawfish boil on April 20 beginning at 12 p.m. to benefit a scholarship fund for Tallassee and Reeltown high schools.

Community Home Health and Hospice, an affiliate of Community Hospice Care, is the only locally owned and operated non-profit home care and hospice agency serving Tallassee, Eclectic, Reeltown, Wetumpka and surrounding communities.

Search efforts resumed Friday morning for the two people missing in Thursday night's boat crash on Lake Jordan, according to patrol commander Capt. Gary Bunchanan with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Marine Patrol.

The Reeltown Athletic Department honored the life and legacy of Coach Ronald Hammonds, who passed away last year at the age of 70. The Hammonds family was presented with a sign after Thursday’s varsity girl’s basketball game against Lanett. The sign will be displayed inside the gymnasium at …

People in the Reeltown area could soon see lower costs for homeowners insurance. In an effort to lower their ISO rating, the Reeltown Fire Department has opened their second firehouse.  Currently, the Reeltown Fire Department has an ISO rating of 5, which could soon be lowered.

If you happen to find yourself on Alabama 120 in Tallapoosa County just outside of Reeltown you may have noticed hundreds of trellises lining the highway. Those trellises are part of an intricate pergola system for the growing of kiwi fruit, a very special type of kiwi created right here in …

Area volunteer firefighters use controlled burns of dilapidated homes to hone their skills. Educated and well-trained fire departments help homeowners and renters save money by raising the community’s ISO rating.