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By using the site’s user-contribution capabilities, including comments, photo galleries or any other feature, you are agreeing to abide by the terms of this agreement.

Please read this agreement in its entirety as it contains useful information that will help to better understand the rules and general “good manners” that are expected when contributing content via any of TPI’s sites or social media pages.

We encourage an open exchange of information and ideas. Responsibility for what is posted or contributed to TPI sites is the sole responsibility of each user. By contributing to TPI’s websites or social media sites, you agree:

Not to solicit others; not to contribute for the purposes of advertising or to solicit anyone to buy or sell products or services, to make donations of any kind or to promote other websites, without our express written approval or where expressly permitted.

Not to have multiple usernames; each user may have only one username. If you would like to change your username, please email us. Use or possession of multiple usernames may result in banning user account(s).

Not to create usernames which are objectionable, even those which utilize typographical obfuscations.

Not to impersonate anyone on any of TPI’s sites.

Not to knowingly give out any private information about other users.

Not to upload, post, distribute, email or otherwise publish or make available on TPI’s sites any of the following:

-libelous, defamatory, obscene, harmful, vulgar, threatening, tortuous, harassing, abusive, invasive of another user’s privacy, hateful, racially or ethnically objectionable or otherwise illegal material

-content you do not have a right to make available under any law or under contractual or fiduciary relationships (such as inside information, proprietary and confidential information learned or disclosed as part of employment relationships or under non-disclosure agreements)

-content that infringes any patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright or other proprietary rights (“Rights”) of any party. Submitting material that is the property of another without the specific consent of its owner is not only a violation of this agreement, but may also subject you to legal liability for infringement of copyright, trademark or other intellectual property rights.

-unsolicited or unauthorized advertising, promotional materials, “junk mail,” “spam,” “chain letters,” “pyramid schemes” or any other form of solicitation; and

-material that contains software viruses or any other computer code, files or programs designed to interrupt, destroy or limit the functionality of any computer software or hardware, telecommunications or other equipment.

By use of any of the above actions, TPI reserves the right (but assumes no obligation) to remove any and/or all of contributions and reveal your identity or any information we know, including IP addresses, in the event a complaint or legal action arises from this type of action. Should you consistently create issues for TPI staff or other users we reserve the right to ban you from using our services and sites. If your account is banned and you have a reasonable case to make regarding reinstating your account, contact site staff. We believe it is absolutely possible for people from a variety of points of view to discuss issues in a civil manner and will remove comments that foster incivility.

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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.