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THS annual fall show this weekend


The Tallassee High School Music Department presents the fall musical "How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying" on Nov. 17 and 18...

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Setting the Stage November 12, 2019 Edition

Rec News

Tiny Tot registration for boys and girls ages 4-6 will be held at Recreation Department...

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Hammock with superintendent of Tallassee Schools Wade Shipman during ground breaking for work at Tallassee High School

Mayor enters final year of term

By Michael Butler

Three years are in the books with one more to go. And for Tallassee mayor Johnny Hammock...

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Dinner Time

More than 300 attended the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce "Taste of Tallassee" on Thursday feasting on delicacies from local area eateries at the National Guard Armory.

Silent auction/dinner Friday at Trophy Room

By Leigh Anne Butler

The Mt. Vernon Theatre is hosting a fundraiser and silent auction on Friday...

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State Competitors

Tallassee's representatives at Saturday's AHSAA State Cross Country meet in Oakville (left to right): Jacob Patterson, Brady Mason, Alex Harrison, Baxlee Burton, Grant McCraney, Caleb Mason, Woodrow Dean. Dean set a school record and placed second overall. Read more in this week's Sports. See more pictures in the Photos section.

Grant to aid TFD


The Tallassee Fire Department will be receiving a homeland security grant for $40,000 to assist with equipment...

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Brad Linville as Big Warrior
Photos submitted by Bob Reed

Tecumseh play a success


The Friends of Tuckabatchee presented the play “. . . and One Fire Still Burns” on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 1-3...

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Veterans Service

Tallassee VFW Post 5035 held its annual Veterans Day observance at City Hall on Monday. Jerry Cunningham (left) and James Bush performed "God Bless the USA." See more pictures submitted by Suzannah Solomon Wilson in the Photos section.

Driver safety "Awareness Week" tips


Traffic incidents are the number one cause of death for police officers and EMS responders nationwide and cause nearly 25 percent...

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Tallassee First United Methodist Director of Music Ministries was honored by the church on Sunday for 20 years of service. Ames is pictured with former music minister Charles McCartha (left) and pastor Clint McBroom.

Suspect captured in missing person case


The Auburn Police Division has officially notified CrimeStoppers that Ibraheem Yazeed...

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Back in the Day

Charles and Muriel Stewart's grandchildren (left to right): Cole Stewart, Amanda Stewart, Joseph Fralic, Casey Taylor, Taylor Baker, Ben Taylor, Misty Eason, Angie Taylor, Scott Windle. Submitted by Ben Taylor. 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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j Dave Says

With Dave Ramsey

I’m 26 and single, and I have about $35,000 in credit card and student loan debt. I’m only making $20,000 a year right now, but I expect to be making almost $30,000 soon. Under the circumstances, can I get by with $500 in my emergency fund...

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Local scouts preparing to present the colors during last week's Veterans program at Southside Middle School.

Alabama Historian

Alabama historian Jim Phillips will be bringing a small museum of early 1800s artifacts to Tallassee City Hall on Thursday, Nov. 14 from 4-6 p.m. Learn about Alabama as we celebrate Alabama’s Bicentennial. Sponsored by the Tallassee Community Library and Tallassee Chamber of Commerce.

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