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Osceola monument to be dedicated

By Michael Butler

Chief Osceola may be Tallassee's most recognizable native. On Saturday, April 21, he will get some long overdue recognition...

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Osceola April 17, 2018 Edition

Rec News

The May Park Board meeting is scheduled for Monday, May 21 at 6 p.m. in conference room...

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Pet of the Week

Andy is a one-year-old Bulldog mix who just doesn’t understand why he has been with us since...

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Voting on the tax proposal Tuesday night

Council approves new taxes

By Michael Butler

The Tallassee City Council has passed two new taxes...

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CW Park

Members of "His Eyes" Ministry unveil the Carl Wayne Mullins Park sign commemorating the new green space in East Tallassee.


The Tallassee Senior Center team from last year's "Clean Up Day"

"Clean Up Day" next Saturday

By Leigh Anne Butler

In observance of Earth Day 2018, the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce...

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Bush, Davis visit choral group

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Veteran choral music educators Gene Davis and James Bush...

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Tee It Up

The Tallassee Recreation Department's tee ball season got underway last Saturday. Games are played every Saturday morning in East Tallassee.


Butler

Event to assist 1220 cashier

By Suzannah Solomon Wilson

If you’ve ever dined at 1220 Café here in Tallassee, you have likely been greeted by an outgoing cashier by the name of David Butler...

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French and Indian War Encampment this weekend

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Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson Park and the Alabama Historical Commission are pleased to announce the annual... 

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Musicians

Tallassee High School band director Robby Glasscock directs members of the THS band during Monday night's concert at the school. Submitted by Michael Bird.


Camwell at Southside Middle School

Troy director works with music students

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Dr. Dave Camwell, professor of saxophone and jazz band director for Troy University...

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Name the hippo

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The Montgomery Zoo and Mann Wildlife Learning Museum invites the public to help name the new male pygmy hippopotamus calf...

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Argh

Local celebrities (left to right): Timm Timmerman, Brock Nolin, Wade Shipman, Robby Glasscock, Wayne Pressley and Buck Noble performing at the recent Fabulous Follies at Tallassee High School. See more pictures submitted by Don Bryant in the Photos section.


Back in the Day

WTLS broadcasters Ned Butler and "Doc" Burton covering Talalssee football, circa 1980. Submitted by Suzannah Solomon Wilson. E-mail your vintage photographs.





Social News

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


135 Cooper's Trace, Eclectic

Nice cabin on a very good lot, 156 feet waterfront, great view, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, large open den and kitchen, wrap-around deck, wood burning fireplace, nice pier, boat ramp and boat house with lots of storage. Sandy beach. Walking distance to Anchor Bay restaurant. $420,000. For more information, call Rodney Griffith at 334-207-0666 or visit the his website: www.rodneygriffith.com. Rodney Griffith Lake Martin Properties.


Proclamation

Tallassee mayor Johnny Hammock presents Tallassee Chamber of Commerce director Jerry Cunningham with a proclamation for Small Business Week to be recognized from April 30 - May 5.



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B0ard Meetings

The Tallassee City Board of Education will have a special called meeting on Wednesday, April 18 at 12:30 p.m. to approve the contract with AASB for the Superintendent's Evaluation. The meeting will be held in the conference room at the Board of Education 308 King Street- Tallassee, Al 36078.

The regular scheduled meeting will be on Tuesday, April 24 at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria at Tallassee Elementary School.




Dave Says

With Dave Ramsey

Dear Dave,

I bring home $4,100 a month in military disability pay and Social Security combined. My wife brings home an additional $2,000 each month...

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FFA Plant Sale

The Tallassee High School annual FFA Plant Sale will be on Saturday, April 21 in front of the school. Items available include:

*Boston Fern: $5
Petunia Hanging Basket: $5 (blooms deep purple)
Wandering Jew Hanging Basket: $5 (two varieties)
*Swedish Ivy Hanging Basket: $5
Purple Queen Hanging Basket: $5
Purple Queen Single Pots: $4
SunPatiens: $4 (very bright pink)  
Fig Trees: $5
Oak Trees: $5
Liatris (single black pots): $4
Liatris (large decorative pots containing *3): $10
*Carnation (single pots): $1
Pennisetum: $4
Calamagrotis: $4

*Some plants are not full size and will not be “ready” for sale for about three weeks.


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