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Tallassee in Pictures: Dixie Youth Fields

By Michael Butler

“America’s Favorite Pastime” has stood the test of time in Tallassee. Many youngsters cut their teeth on the baseball diamonds...

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Baseball Time March 28, 2017 Edition

Council Square

Item 1: The City Council approved the contract concerning the disposal of leachate. Item 2: The...

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Rec News

Tallassee Tiger Shark swim team registration will be held at the pool on March 20 from 3:30-6:30...

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Pet of the Week

PeeWee is a very sweet, ten-year-old male Jack Russell Terrier who can sit, stand, and smile...

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New Pre-K class could be added

Staff Report

Tallassee City Schools Superintendent Wade Shipman talked about the possibility of a new pre-kindergarten classroom in the near future....

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Getting Things Started

Tallassee mayor Johnny Hammock unleashes the first pitch of the Dixie Youth Baseball season as games got underway on Friday night. See more pictures in the Photos section.

No city Easter egg hunt this year

Staff Report

The annual City of Tallassee Easter Egg Hunt will take a hiatus. Tallassee mayor Johnny Hammock hopes to bring back the event next year...

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PrimeSouth promotes Peters


PrimeSouth Bank is pleased to announce that Klay Peters has been promoted to City President for the Tallassee market...

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Paving the Way

First United Methodist Church is in the process of updating its parking lots on site at the Barnett Boulevard entrance across from Tallassee High School.

Body found in parked car at TES

Staff Report

The body of a female was found in the parking lot of Tallassee Elementary School on Wednesday morning...

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Blood donations needed


The American Red Cross is issuing a call for type O negative and AB blood donors to make an appointment to give...

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Back in the Day

The 1950 American Legion baseball squad. Front row, left to right: Howard Tippett, Gene Langford, Harold Thornton, Larry Fralic, Phil Williamson.  Back row, left to right: Earl Dennis (Coach), Robert Dennis, W.C. Bryant, Doug Caldwell, Jerome Jackson, Bobby Ross, “Bunk” Ballentine, Billy Doyle Gaither, Roy Sharp (Coach). Submitted by Judy Dennis. E-mail your vintage photographs.

We've Got Pics

Tallassee Times has more than 500 pages of snapshots from events in our Photos section. Reminisce from years gone by and always view the latest pictures from recent happenings. Thanks for your submissions as well.

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With Dave Ramsey

Dear Dave,

One of my relatives just graduated from college with $20,000 in student loan debt. Her boyfriend graduated, too, and he has over $100,000...

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Locals in National Mag

Rikki Fecteau and Jacob Wisener were in a feature story for Cosmopolitan magazine about "promposals." The publication listed "15 Seriously Cute Promposals" labeling the Tallassee couple's the "Hunting Joke."









Social News

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

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Free Clothes

ACTS of Tallassee is giving away clothes with sizes from children to adult on Friday, April 7 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at the office on Main Street in East Tallassee.

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