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Capital City Classic this weekend

Staff Report

The Tallassee High School Choral Department will be hosting the annual Capital City Classic Show Choir Festival and Competition...

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Backstage January 27, 2015 Edition

Council Square

The council heard a presentation form Yolanda Watkins-Bailey, RDS – on a contract...

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Rec News

The Jan. 20, 2015 meeting of the Tallassee City Board of Education convened at 6:00...

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Rec News

If you are interested in serving on Park Board please call 283-4726 or come by...

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Pet of the Week

Josey is a nine-year old Doberman/Dachshund mix girl, about 25 pounds. She is active, loves water...

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Chuck DiLaura (left) and Wayne Pitchford stand where the new Neptune Health and Wellness Center will be constructed

Neptune to offer on-site healthcare

By Michael Butler

The sentiment was of excitment. Employees at Neptune Technology Group in Tallassee cheered...

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Awards Night

The Greater Tallassee Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual banquet on Saturday night at Tallassee Elementary School. Pictured (clockwise from top left): Outgoing president Mike Griggs and incoming president Ron McDaniel, Francis Wagnon Volunteer Award winners Dale and Betty Segrest with McDaniel and Kim Adams of the board of directors, McDaniel with Penny Sorrell of Trustmark receiving the Business of the Year Award, program speaker Willie Moseley. Jerry Cunningham of the Tallassee High School Music Department was the recipient of the President's Award.

Facebook photo of Holley at Tallassee Riverwalk

Authorities search for fugitive

Staff Report

The U.S. Marshal Service has put out a bulletin identifying an escaped inmate who has been known to frequent the Tallassee area...

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Tecumseh at Tuckabatchee is an annual production of the Tallassee Historical Preservation Society

Historical Society to put on "Civil War Letters"

Staff Report

The Tallassee Historical Preservation Society is planning...

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Boaters rescued on middle pond

Staff Report

Three boaters were rescued on the Tallapoosa River at the Middle Pond early morning last Wednesday...

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Cowboy Way

A local cowboy walks up Redden Avenue in East Tallassee


Kenyon joins Medical Arts staff


Diana Sanders Kenyon, CRNP, has joined the staff at Community Medical Arts Center...

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100th Day of School

Tallassee Elementary School kindergartners in  Mrs. Looney's class make Froot Loop necklaces. The students counted 100 per necklace to signify the 100th day of school.

Volunteers needed for Relay

Staff Report

Volunteers are needed to help organize and recruit teams...

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Indictments announced in credit card fraud


Attorney General Luther Strange announced the arrests yesterday of two North Alabama men on felony charges in a multi-state credit card fraud scheme...

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Sloan Hornsby paints around Spiderman in one of the group program homes

Students assist Learning Tree with improvement projects


15 members of Tallassee High School's National Honor Society and Future Farmers of America...

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Weather Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday this weekend


The Elmore County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) wishes to remind citizens that the county will participate in the fourth annual Sales Tax Holiday for Severe Weather Preparedness...

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Back in the Day

A Tallassee girl (unidentified) with a pug dog, believed to be one of the ancestors of the famous P. J. the pug dog of Tallassee, circa early 1900s. E-Mail your vintage photos.

The County Line

Submitted By:
The Elmore County Commission

Elmore County’s unprecedented growth has both positive and negative aspects.  One of the negatives deals with unpaved or dirt roads....

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Sign-up Dates

Softball registration will be held at the Tallassee Recreation Department Feb. 6 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. and Feb. 7 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Fees are $70 for the first child and $40 each for additional siblings. Birth certificates are required for the first year players. Tryouts will be held on Feb. 14 at the softball field. Opening day is Friday, March 13 at 6:00 p.m.

Dixie Youth Baseball registration will be held on Jan. 30 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Jan. 31 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. and Feb. 7 from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the fieldhouse at O’Brien Stadium. Fees are $65 for the first child and $40 each for additional siblings. Birth certificates are required for the first time players. 

Reach thousands who read the Tallassee Times every week. For advertising information, call Michael Butler at 334-283-8200 or e-mail.








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My mom and dad always told me to live below my means, but they never showed me how to make it happen. I’ve gotten out of debt and fallen back in several times. I want to get control of my money and stop busting my budget...

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Tiger Pride

By Dr. Kenneth Varner

At the Jan. 20, 2015 board meeting, Tallassee’s schools joined school systems throughout the state to salute their local education leaders...

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Rotary Program

Stephanie Fulmer from Southern Orthopedic Surgeons was last week's speaker at the Tallassee Rotary Club meeting. Pictured with Rotary President John David Lambert.