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New restaurant now open

By Michael Butler

A new restaurant is open in downtown Tallassee. Rubie’s Heart and Soul is serving breakfast and lunch at 201 South Ann Avenue...

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Connell February 13, 2018 Edition

Council Square

Item 1: The City Council approved ordinance #2008-442 to change the meeting days...

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Rec News

The February Park Board meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 6 p.m. with work...

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Pet of the Week

Benelli is a handsome 1 1/2-year-old female Lab, turned in as she and her brother just got into...

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Mayor introduces tax plan for improvements

By Michael Butler

Tallassee mayor Johnny Hammock discussed tax options for improvements with the city's failing infrastructure...

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Neptune launches new brand


Leading water technology company...

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Tourney Winners

Tallassee defeated host team Dadeville 53-46 to win the Class 4A/Area 5 championship on Saturday. The Tigers will play Sipsey Valley on Tuesday at 7:00 at Stumberg Gymnasium in the sub-regional round of the playoffs in Tallassee. Read more in this week's Sports. View more pictures by Holley Taylor in the Photos section.

Tallassee City Council

Council votes to change meeting schedule

By Michael Butler

The City of Tallassee voted to change its council meeting day...

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State champions from the Talisi Wrestling Club paid a visit to WTLS on Friday to talk about their 20 individual titles.


Fields featured in magazine


Laura Fields, a senior at Tallassee High School, is honored as a Teen Spotlight in Potential Magazine...

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Boots and Bowties coming up


Tickets to the “Boots and Bow Ties” gala is the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day...

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Zoo to debut Pygmy Hippopotamus Calf


The Montgomery Zoo and Mann Wildlife Learning Museum is proud to announce the birth...

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Roby Column

By U.S. Rep. Martha Roby

Fixing the Leak

The congressional calendar has been extremely busy lately! This is great...

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Grant awarded for corrections


Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded a $242,210 grant to aid inmates who desire to overcome addictions that may have led to their incarceration...

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Cliett's Challenge

Here is one of the students who recited the Edgar Allan Poe poem “Annabel Lee” in Ms. Jermanda Cliett’s seventh grade English class at Southside Middle School: Danielle Bird was among the 51 of 118 students who recited the poem from memory.

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.

404 Weldon Lane, Tallassee

Nice Lake Martin getaway, very nice mobile home thats been remodeled, on a 1/2 acre lot, about 50 feet waterfront, flat with pier, mobile home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,big screened porch, nice den and kitchen, most of furniture remains. Great location on south end of the lake, close to Anchor Bay, Kowaliga, and Chimney Rock. Cheapest way to get your own place, with your own pier on Lake Martin. $215,000. For more information, call Rodney Griffith at 334-207-0666 or visit the his website: Rodney Griffith Lake Martin Properties.

Friday, February 16, the FBC Student Ministry will be hosting a pancake breakfast for the THS varsity baseball, softball and basketball teams (and any other athlete that wants to come) at 7:00 a.m. in the FBC Youth Suite. Steven Clark, punter for Auburn 2010-2013 season, will be speaking. If you’re a varsity athlete, please attend! #fbcstudentministry

Alexandria may be in the Tallassee area. Call 800-843-5678 if you have any information on her whereabouts.

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Back in the Day

Going back to about 1980 when John Rowe was the winner of this three pound box of Valentine's candy. Submitted by Suzannah Solomon Wilson. E-mail your vintage photographs.

j Dave Says

With Dave Ramsey

My wife and I have $72,000 in debt from student loans and a car loan. We’re trying to pay off our debt using the debt snowball system, and we each make about $45,000 a year. She’s a teacher...

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1220 Gilmer Avenue


Tallassee mayor Johnny Hammock presenting Chamber of Commerce director Jerry Cunningham with a proclamation for Arbor Week in Tallassee.