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Hooks retiring as Senior Center director

By Michael Butler

"It's just time," Jahazel Hooks said of her decision to retire as director at the Tallassee Senior Center. "I believe everything has a season...

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Hooks December 18, 2018 Edition

Rec News

Please contact the Tallassee Recreation Department if you are interested in a Self...

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Pet of the Week

PJ is an awesome four-year-old male cat who simply craves attention.  If you want a lap cat...

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Sketch by McKee & Associates

Shipman updates status on high school plans

By Michael Butler

Tallassee City Schools superintendent Wade Shipman spoke on WTLS...

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Cheer Winners

Featuring Christmas music favorites and Santa Claus

Saturday, Dec. 22 at 8 a.m
Sunday, Dec. 23 at 12 p.m.
Monday, Dec. 24 at 8 a.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 25 at 8 a.m.

Cheer Winners

The Tallassee High School cheerleaders finished second out of 19 teams at AHSAA state cheer competition at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville on Saturday. The girls will be competing at nationals in Orlando in February. Photo submitted by Daphne Davis.

Eagle award nominations open now


The Alabama State Parks Division of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources will once again recognize... 

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Students of the Month

December Students of the Month from Tallassee High School pictured with principal Matt Coker. (Left to right): 9th Grade - Nicole Patterson, 10th Grade - Haleigh May, 11th Grade - Bruin Hathcock (not pictured), 12th Grade - Logan Pierce. Submitted by Pam Johnson.

From Bing to the King, hear the sounds of season on 1300 WTLS/106.5 FM every weeknight and weekend through Christmas day sponsored by: Godwin's Flowers, Community Hospital, Community Home Health and Hospice, State Representative Mike Holmes, The Learning Tree, Distict Nineteen, The City of Tallassee, Scarborough and Griggs, Parker Tire and Service Center, Britt Veterinary Clinic, The Segrest Law Firm, Elmore County Sheriff Bill Franklin, Covington Health Care, Bell Contracting, Tallassee Chamber of Commerce, PrimeSouth Bank, Tallassee True Value, New Stone Realty, The Tallassee Industrial Development Board, Neptune Technology Group, Super Foods, Tallassee Automotive, Suzannah's Photography, Tallassee Times.

Ribbon Cutting

Urban Tails Pet Salon Spa cut the ribbon on its new business in downtown Tallassee on Wednesday.

Crimestoppers seek counterfeit suspects


The Mississippi Coast Crime Stoppers and Pascagoula Police Department has requested Central Alabama CrimeStoppers assistance...

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Holiday blood drive schedule


Emergencies don’t take a holiday. The American Red Cross urgently needs blood donors...

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Fitzpatrick and Thurlow

The scene from the east side of the Tallapoosa of the Benjamin Fitzpatrick Bridge and Thurlow Dam.

Magical Night

The Friends of Tuckabatchee production "The Magic of Christmas" brought hundreds to the Mount Vernon Theatre over the weekend.

Social News

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


A plaque at the entrance of the Benjamin Fitzpatrick Bridge signifies when it was built in 1940 and its namesake.

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Southside Middle School student Camden Mask with judge Patrick Pinkston in Wetumpka after receiving the "Character in Action" award.









Back in the Day

A young Johnny Kirby with Saint Nicholas. E-mail your vintage photographs.

Dave Says

With Dave Ramsey

Dear Dave,

My husband and I are completely debt-free, and we’re saving up for our first house. We currently have about $90,000 in savings, and we’d like to buy a home with cash in the next few years...

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O Christmas Tree

Lighting up downtown at University Electric, submitted by Jon Hornsby.

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