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Mayor responds to council's move


Mayor John “Johnny” Hammock is responding to political attacks and retribution by members...

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Hammock October 19, 2021 Edition

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Council takes utitilities role from Hammock

By Michael Butler

The Tallassee City Council has voted to remove the title...

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Homecoming Court

The 2021 Tallassee High School homecoming court. One will be crowned queen prior to Tallassee's Oct. 29 football game vs. Carroll-Ozark (left to right): Areonna Green, Alex Coker, Nicole Patterson, Amy Laurel Pierce, Chloe Baynes, Belle Haynes. Photo by Suzannah Solomon Wilson.

Think Pink

The Tallassee Senior Center held a Pink Day Festival for breast cancer awareness on Friday. Seniors enjoyed fun activities like Plinko, Price is Right, and a piñata.

What can Brown do for you?

Celebration planned for retiring UPS driver

By Suzannah Solomon Wilson

If you have ever had a package delivered by UPS, then Mr. Bell (BB) Brown probably delivered it...

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City Sidewalks

The Tallassee Chamber of Commerce put on another Sidewalk Sale on Saturday in the downtown district. See more pictures in the Photos section.

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Lions Club continues service projects


The Tallassee Lions Club started in 1939 with a mission...

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Back in the Day

1915 photo of the Mill Store football team. Submitted by Jackie Golden. E-mail your vintage photographs.

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

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Pioneer Day

Saturday, Oct. 23 in Loachapoka from 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Free admission. Arts and crafts, entertainment all day, pony rides, demonstrations, the forge and sweet potato biscutis. Bring the whole family!