"You guide me with your counsel, and afterward you will receive me to glory.” - Psalm 73:24
Richard and Robert Sherman are wonderful songwriters. They are responsible for the most-performed song of all time, “It’s a Small World (After All),” heard daily at the Disney-themed parks featuring the Small World ride. The Shermans also wrote memorable music for Winnie the Pooh, Mary Pop…
- The Dam Store opens in downtown Tallassee
- Tigers unable to overcome first quarter mistakes
- Hubbard asks to be released from prison
- Guided By the Great Father
- Photos from the TYFL season opener at J.E. "Hot" O'Brien Stadium
- The Talisi Historical Preservation Society is hosting an afghan blanket fundraiser
- 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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- PHOTOS/VIDEO: County High Schools Perform in Exhibition
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- Tallassee performs at Elmore County High School Band Exhibition
- Photos: Stanhope Elmore vs Pelham
- PHOTOS: Auburn defeats Alabama State
- Elmore County performs at High School Band Exhibition
- Wetumpka performs at Elmore County High School Band Exhibition
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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…
Dr. Seuss Enterprises announced today, on Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Read Across America Day, its decision to no longer publish six of the author’s books because they “portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong.”
I am revisiting this column that originally ran in the spring of 2013. There has been an incredible amount of loss in our community over the past few months. This was written when I was younger and it was one of the first times I had experienced the death of someone my own age.
As we finished 2020 with its pandemic, political strife and social turmoil, I heard many people express hope that the new year would be better. Many of us and people we love experienced so much sickness and sadness last year. You probably agree that 2020 was a rough one.
The PBS series “Masterpiece Theatre” turns 50 in 2021, and in January the program began airing a new British series that is well worth your time. In fact, it just may be the salve we need in these troubled times.
Praise the Lord, all nations! Extol him, all peoples! For great is his steadfast love toward us, and the faithfulness of the Lord endures forever. Praise the Lord! - Psalm 117:1-2
Let’s talk about the First Amendment for a second. Now for those of you who love to throw the verbiage of that first, most elementary facet of American life into the conversation - have you ever stopped to actually look at the words?
The City of Tallassee has struggled with wastewater problems for years, but the situation could get much, much worse if a new mega prison is built just outside the city limits. Tallassee is home to roughly 5,000 residents, and the proposed prison would house nearly 4,000 inmates plus staff, …
When was the last time you earnestly searched for something or someone? I lost a wallet once that I never did find, but it was not for lack of earnest seeking. You may know what it’s like to lose your keys or your money, or maybe a beloved pet. I hope you don’t know what it is like to have a…
So here we are sportsfans, some days into 2021 and the “New Year, New Me’’ posts are slowly starting to appear on the ol’ book of faces. I’m not going to make such a bold prediction because, let’s face it, at 40 there’s not much changing. I’m still going to be the ray of sarcastic, cynical s…
The twelve days of Christmas begins on December 25 and ends on the Epiphany January 6, so we’re smack-dab in the middle of the “real” Christmas season (even though the rest of the world thinks it starts in October and ends before Santa Claus can even warm up the sleigh).