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A community needs news and Tallapoosa Publishers, Inc is proud to serve 165,000 households each month through our community newspapers, magazines and digital platforms covering Tallapoosa, Elmore, and Coosa counties.  We are a dedicated media team committed to providing local content to our loyal readers and viewers through excellent journalism, award-winning advertising, and community involvement. We promise to be ingrained in our communities through local reporting and community events while continuing to grow our digital and social media presence.


Why TPI?

What sets Tallapoosa Publishers, Inc apart from our competitors?

Content: We report on the local news you won’t find anywhere else.

Reach: The numbers speak for themselves. We reach more households than our competitors in nearly every zip code we cover.

Engagement:  We aren’t interruptive.  We are the media people look forward to.  Our audience seeks out our products, in print and online.  

Community: We are members of local associations. We report on board meetings and local government.  We’re a vendor at the local festival.  We host local events. We are in the community every day because that is our commitment to our readers and business partners.

Portfolio: It has never been easier to buy advertising in the lake and river region. We have more than 50 products in our portfolio with one point of contact.

Innovative:  In addition to our dominance in print, TPI continues to expand to other media platforms. With a strong knowledge of the digital skyline, an equally strong audience following and more than 125 years of news gathering expertise, TPI dominates the market.

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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.