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Mt. Vernon seeks director

By Michael Butler

2014 has been coined "the year of the theatre" and things are moving along swimmingly. The Mt. Vernon Theatre Restoration committee..

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Downtown Lights October 21, 2014 Edition

Rec News

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

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Pet of the Week

Milly is 7 1/2 months old and just too cute with her short, stubby legs.  She is only about 30 pounds...

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Fraudulent credit investigation continues

By Michael Butler

More than 100 reports were filed for fraudulent credit card use at Tallassee Police headquarters in a two day period last week. Long lines filled the station, while dozens more reports have been taken by adjacent agencies...

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Model Rides

About 50 Model A automobiles made a pit stop in Tallassee on Friday afternoon pictured here at the 1220 Café.


Reeltown queen and court

Reeltown High School's homecoming court (left to right): Prather Blackmon, Jalisa Heard, Queen Sarah Fomby, Savannah Spivey, Grace Meadows, Heather Winfree. In front is crown bearer Bekah Brumbeloe. Photo by Suzannah Solomon Wilson.


Group assists local children

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The Holiday Helping Hearts program will bring smiles of joy to local children in Tallassee this holiday season...

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Three Part Harmony

Three on a String pleases the audience with their Thursday night performance at the Tallassee High School Auditorium presented by the McCraney Cottle Arts Council.


Helping Families provides assistance in community

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Research indicates that truancy and serious misconduct at school forecast juvenile delinquency and, eventually, that leads to adult crime...

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Trade Day Fun

Crowds enjoyed perfect weather during Saturday's Trade Day on King Street. View more pictures in the Photos section.



History Lesson

Over 150 Southside Middle School fifth graders listened to local author Debra Hughey give a presentation on Native American history with real artifacts. The presentation was organized by SMS teacher Elizabeth Herring. Submitted by Michael Bird.


Back in the Day

The 1983 Tallassee Tigers football team. Courtesy of Linda Vaught. E-Mail your vintage photos.


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Adullam House
Benefit Ride

October 25
Registration at 9:00 a.m.
Winn Dixie in Tallassee
Kick Stands Up at 11:00 a.m.

$15 per bike & $5 per rider with a donated item (diapers - any size or canned food). Refreshments included. For more info about the Adullam House visit www.adullamhouse.org or like them on Facebook.


The County Line

Submitted By:
The Elmore County Commission

The Elmore County Commission recognizes the importance...

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84197 Tallassee Hwy., Eclectic

Brick Home on 5 ACRES, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, large den and kitchen with fireplace and granite counters, dining room, playroom or another den, laundry, 2 car garage, covered deck overlooking salt water swimming pool, large shop, fenced in yard, landscaped. Great location close to Wetumpka and Eclectic and Tallassee. $239,000. For more information, call Rodney Griffith at 334-207-0666 or visit the website: www.rodneygriffith.com. Rodney Griffith Lake Martin Properties.


Join us for "Turn Tallassee Pink." October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Come join us at Bell Park in Tallassee at 12:15 p.m., as we remember those taken from us and those that are survivors. 


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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j Dave Says

With Dave Ramsey

I’m in college, but I’m not the typical college student...

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

Featured Mobile Home

1999 Fleetwood 16x80 single-wide (not a repo). 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Vinyl sided and shingled roof. Huge kitchen with tiled counter tops and lots of cabinets. Huge living room. Very nice master bedroom with lots of room. $23,500 includes delivery and setup. Skirting and A/C hookup.

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.


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Roby Column

By U.S. Rep. Martha Roby

For about four years now, the Professional Left in Washington...

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Trick or Treat

The designated trick-or-treating time in Tallassee will be from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30.


Fall Festival

Tallassee Elementary School will hold its annual Fall Festival on Tuesday, Oct. 28 from 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. on campus on the P.E. field. The cost for students is $5 and their entry fee will allow them to play all of the games at each station. Children ages 2 and under are free. The entry fee will also provide the students with a serving of popcorn and a slushy. Parents are free. There will be soft drinks and water for sale for both students and adults.