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Golden Arches aglow again

By Michael Butler

There was a song in the 1980s called, "Don't Know What You Got 'Til It's Gone." Bonus points if you remember the artist...

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Pick a Lane January 16, 2018 Edition

Rec News

Youth softball registration will be held at the Tallassee Recreation Department...

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Pet of the Week

Mrs. Peacock is a female hound mix, six-months-old and about 40 pounds.  She loves playing with toys...

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Rehearsals from the newly renovated theater

Theater opens this week

By Michael Butler

Freddie Jones remembers going to the picture show as a youngster....

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Annual March

Locals walked down Jordan Avenue in Tallassee to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day culminating with a ceremony at Jerusalem Baptist Church. Photo by Suzannah Solomon Wilson.


School in Tallassee canceled for Wednesday

By Michael Butler

Tallassee is bracing itself for Winter Storm Inga. Gov. Kay Ivey has declared a state of emergency...

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Ribbon Cutting

The Mount Vernon Theatre cut the ribbon on Monday after renovations to the facility that opened in 1935. It will be open to the public this weekend for the play, "Dear Mama: Letters and Music from World War II."

Drug task force credentials presented


Law enforcement agency leaders...

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Hospital set for Scale Back

By Stacy McClain

If your New Year’s goal is to lose some weight sign up for Scale Back Alabama through Community Hospital...

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State awards recreation grants


Gov. Kay Ivey has announced $1.5 million in grants to enhance outdoor recreation opportunities in Alabama..

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Region 1 Champs

Tallassee drew the top seed in the AHSAA Region 1 Dual Tournament at THS on Friday. The Tigers will host the next round. Read more in this week's Sports. View more photographs in the Photos section.

Back in the Day

Pat Patterson and Kim Ransom with their DAR Good Citizen Award certificates in 1990. Submitted by Suzannah Solomon Wilson. E-mail your vintage photographs.

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jDave Says

With Dave Ramsey

Dear Dave,

I have cousins who are thinking about moving back to Connecticut from Virginia. They’ll be renting for a while, and I have an unoccupied rental house...

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1220 Gilmer Avenue

Board Meeting

A regular scheduled meeting for Tuesday, Jan. 16 has been rescheduled for next Tuesday, Jan. 23 at 6 p.m. and will be held at Southside Middle School media center.





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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.

100 River Hills Drive, Tallassee

23 lots for sale. All water with great views of Lake tallassee. underground utilities, sewage, walking distance to downtown Tallassee. $20,000. For more information, call Rodney Griffith at 334-207-0666 or visit the his website: Rodney Griffith Lake Martin Properties.

Tiger Pride

Tallassee band and choir alumni Hope Sharp, Andrew Webster and Kaitlynn Slaughter are members of the Auburn University Band and just finished a successful season. Submitted by Michael Bird.

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