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Signs, signs, everywhere signs

By Michael Butler

From billboards to street signs, there is a lot of signage alongside our roadways. In the Tallassee area, drivers and passengers will be recognizing a few more...

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Delivering a Message September 17, 2019 Edition


The board approved the recommendation from Dr. Brock Nolin on the purchase of a new 84 passenger...

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Rec News

Funtastic Fort reservations for the pavilion or gazebo are made by calling the Recreation...

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Tallassee among state's best suburbs

By Michael Butler

A survey by Niche.com has ranked Tallassee one of the best places to live...

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Crowning Achievement

Reeltown celebrated homecoming on Friday with Taniya Haynes being crowned by principal Tom Cochran. Pictured above left is the homecoming court (left to right): Eryn Wells, Emily Spivey, Haynes, Ka'Shiya McKinney, Diyana Newton. Submitted by Suzannah Solomon Wilson.

Smiling Faces

The Tallassee High School Dance Team was happy to be back at J. E. "Hot" O'Brien Stadium for the Tigers home opener last Friday. See more pictures in the Photos section. Read more about the Tigers 10-6 victory over Carroll in the Sports section.

Red Hill yard sale this weekend


In order to complete the renovations of the north wing of the old Red Hill School...

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Lining Up

The Tallassee Fire Department dedicated a new fire truck last Tuesday with a parade through town prior to the ceremony.

Cheer Girls

The Reeltown Junior High cheerleaders. Photo submitted by Suzannah Solomon Wilson.

POW-MIA Recognition Day Saturday


You Are Not Forgotten—that’s the central phrase behind POW/MIA Recognition Day...

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Back in the Day

Looking back 75 years to the game program for the 1944 season opener won by Tallassee in Dadeville 27-0. Submitted by Dave Davis. E-mail your vintage photographs.

Social Page

See the latest birthdays, anniversaries and more in the Social section.

Homecoming Parade

If anyone is interested in having an entry in the Tallassee High School homecoming parade on Oct. 11, liability forms are available in the main office at the high school and must be completed to participate. You may also e-mail Daphne Davis.


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jDave Says

With Dave Ramsey

Dear Dave,

I’ve got about $3,000 in credit card debt. Would it be a good idea to transfer the balance from my credit card to another one that has a much lower interest rate...

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Tallassee's music students at THS and SMS, along with the Community Development Corporation, will be having a barbecue behind City Hall on September 20-21.  Music students are currently selling ticket orders for the BBQ items through Friday.  

Camp Stew - $12
Ribs - $25
Boston Butts - $35

If you are interested in some of this delicious food, please see one of the choir or band members at Tallassee High School or Southside Middle School, or if you prefer, contact the music office at 283-3689 or e-mail to let us know what to order for you.  As always, thank you for your support!