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SMS student fights medical condition

By Michael Butler

It started about two years ago. 13-year-old Dylan Harris felt pain in his right arm...

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Harris March 24, 2015 Edition

Council Square

At the request of the Tallassee Redevelopment Authority Holcolm Kerns..

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Rec News

Tiger Sharks Swim Team registration Tuesday, March 24 from 3:30-6:30...

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Pet of the Week

Ocar and Otis are five-month-old American Bulldog/Lab brothers who are really good at putting...

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Board to search for new superintedent

Staff Report

The process of selecting the next superintendent of Tallassee City Schools is underway. At last Tuesday’s school board meeting, the decision to not extend the contract of Dr. Kenneth Varner was carried by a 4-3 vote...

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Let the Games Begin

Youth softball is underway in Tallassee. Mayor Bobby Payne threw the ceremonial first pitch along with city councilmen; David Stough, Terrel Brown and Rob Rygiel last Tuesday evening. Photo by Stephen Osborne.

Annual egg hunt Sunday

Staff Report

Tallassee's annual Easter Egg Hunt will be on Sunday, March 29 from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. on the green at City Hall...

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Miss Tallassee

The 12th grade group winners for the Tallassee Athene Woman's Club Miss Tallassee pageant held Saturday, March 21 in the THS auditorium.  (Left to  right): Lindsey Wilson (Viewers' Choice), Mallory Caldwell (1st Alternate), Mallory Sheehey (Miss Tallassee), Chelsey Cox (2nd Alternate and Talent). See more pictures by Suzannah Solomon Wilson in the Photos section.

SMS and TES team up


While school is certainly about academics, it also gives students the chance to be involved in service projects...

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Math Honorees

The Tallassee High School Chapter of Mu Alpha Theta, an international mathematics honor society, held its charter induction ceremony Monday evening at the Tallassee High School auditorium. Tallassee High School Principal Matt Coker started the program as he presented the charter to the club. Melissa Suggs, Brooke Barron and Taylor Horn, who serve as faculty sponsors, spoke during the program on the history of algebra and calculus, the foundations of mathematics, applications of mathematics and the future of mathematics. Charter Members: Front Row: Skyla Gammons, Kirklin McWhorter, Amber Sayers, Julie Rowlen, Brooke Ward, Loren Pitchford, Emily Buice, Chelsey Cox, Lindsey Hicks, Hannah Mayer. Second Row: Charlie Turner, Cora Bufford, Jordan Steele, Zachary Oliver, Dante Peaks (Treasurer), Rachel Pate, Andrew Webster, Charlie Ko, Breanna Felts, Emily Cullars, Katelyn Anecito. Third Row: Sarah Bush, Sarah Rodgers, Hannah Hornsby, Magaly Martinez (Secretary), Jillian Clark (Vice President), Tatum Jones, Bailey Mann (Historian), Loren Schwab, Brittany Davis, Michael Fulmer, Charlcie Hathorn. Fourth Row: Helen Ko, Natasha Selmon, Alexis Peaks, Bailey Clem, Dylan Davidson, Harmony Green, Madison Pugh, Kira Lever (President). Not Pictured: Paige Meadows, Ryan Taylor, Taylor Dicks.

jDave Says

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I have a problem with impulse spending. I switched to a debit card so that the money comes straight out of my checking account, but I still buy things I know I shouldn’t...

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The County Line

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The Elmore County Commission

April is just around the corner, and the Elmore County Commission encourages citizens to “Paint the Town Blue” with ribbons in support of National Child Abuse Prevention Month...

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626 Hudson, Tallassee

Very nice house in a great location. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, nice kitchen with good cabinests, large den, laundry, vinyl siding, covered front porch. Very nice big yard, new paint, new carpet. This a very pretty house (move in ready). $52,000. For more information, call Rodney Griffith at 334-207-0666 or visit the his website: Rodney Griffith Lake Martin Properties.








Job Notice

The City of Tallassee is accepting applications through Thursday, April 2, 2015 for Accounts Payable Clerk position at City Hall.  Applications and job descriptions can be picked up at City Hall located at 3 Freeman Avenue, Tallassee, Alabama. The City of Tallassee is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify.

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8303 Kowaliga Road, Eclectic
1 Mile South of Kowaliga Bridge on Hwy 63

Featured Mobile Home

2006 Clayton 24x44 double-wide mobile home (like new). 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Ammenites  include stove, full size refrigerator,  dishwasher, washer and dryer. This mobile home was used as a vacation home, used very little. THIS IS NOT A REPO. Very nice and clean. Move in ready. $42,500 includes delivery and setup. Also, skirting and ac hookup (non-smoker).

We also sell mobile home supplies. Install skirting, build mobile home pads, do lot clearing and septic tanks. We can custom build decks and steps for your mobile homes. Call Jason Griffith - office: 334-857-0112, cell: 334-415-5478 or e-mail.

Back in the Day

1980s shot of Debra Looney with her girls, Lori and Rachel. Mrs. Looney will be retiring from Tallassee Elementary at the end of the school year. E-Mail your vintage photos.

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