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Chamber selects director

By Michael Butler

The Tallassee Chamber of Commerce has a new executive director. Michone Roye, who has been serving as the interim director...

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Roye October 14, 2014 Edition

Rec News

Church Co-ed Volleyball registration will be held at Recreation Department...

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Pet of the Week

Cotton is a handsome two-three year old male Pit Bull Terrier.   He is a wonderful boy, great...

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Free Counter
Vita Cost Vitamins

Citizen's Arrest on King Street

Trade Day Saturday

Staff Report

Tallassee's 25th Annual Trade Day is Saturday, Oct. 18. The silver anniversary...

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Police investigating fraudulent credit card use

Staff Report

There has been a rash of reports for fraudelent use of credit/debit cards in Tallassee which has intensified in recent days...

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Crowning of the Queen

Mallory Caldwell was crowned queen of homecoming at Tallassee High School on Friday night. Principal Matt Coker (left) presented the crown. School advisor Melissa Suggs pinned on the sash. Caldwell was escorted by Dennis May. See more pictures in the Photos section.

TDPS tracking counterfeit bills

Staff Report

The Tallassee Police Department is warning local area businesses to watch for the use of counterfeit bills...

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Walk Don't Run

Tallassee Elementary School students and parents made laps during the Walk to School Day on Wednesday.

Three on a String

Arts council season opener Thursday

By Michael Butler

The McCraney-Cottle Arts Council kicks off its 2014-'15 season...

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Deadline this week for ACTS apps

Staff Report

October 16 is the final day to apply for assistance from ACTS through its Christmas program...

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SMS Robotics

The Southside Middle School Robotics Team, under the direction of Mrs. Terina Gantt, won first place at the War Eagle B.E.S.T. competition at Auburn University on Saturday, Oct. 11. The team is made up of seventh and eighth grade students. "There were 22 teams," Gantt said, "and 18 of them were from high schools.  We won the entire competition!" SMS also claimed first in T-Shirt Design; Most Elegant Robot and Photogenic Robot. "The next step is on Dec. 6-7 at Auburn Arena," Gantt continued, "when we will be competing against 53 teams at the South B.E.S.T. regional competition."

Tallassee Rotary Club and Chipper Jones?


Your Tallassee Rotary Club, with the motto of Service above Self, has been active in our area for many years...

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Pride of Tallassee band members stand in front of their trophies at the Lake Martin Invitational on Oct 4. The Tallassee High School marching band received all Superior ratings and Best in Class Drum Major, Majorette and Color Guard. Submitted by Stephanie Hornsby.
Picture courtesy BSA, JOTA

Scouts to tak part in JOTA


Jamboree on the Air provides the opportunity for millions of scouts around the world to meet on the air via amateur radio...

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Wing Eaters

B. Taylor
T. Taylor

Participants at the Louie's Wing Eating Challenge on Monday. Trey Taylor (seated) ate 25 chicken wings in 10 minutes. Ben Taylor (the tall guy) downed 20. Dr. Randall Herring (far left) finished off 19. The trio are pictured with Louie's owner Ryan Willis. Proceeds were donated to ACTS of Tallassee.

Governor proclaims fire prevention month


Alabama Governor Robert Bentley has declared the month of October as “Fire Prevention Month” in order to encourage citizens...

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Open Enrollment

Now is the time for people with Medicare to review the changes being made to their current plans and compare them to others to make sure that their current plans continue to meet their needs for 2015.  Central Alabama Aging Consortium’s SHIP program will be hosting Medicare Part D assistance events in October and November. 

Medicare Insurance Counselors will be available to assist Medicare Beneficiaries in comparing Medicare Part D plans. Central Alabama Aging Consortium’s office is located at 818 South Perry Street in Montgomery.  Call to schedule an appointment at 240-4666. Click Here to view session dates.

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8303 Kowaliga Road, Eclectic
1 Mile South of Kowaliga Bridge on Hwy 63

Featured Mobile Home

1990 single-wide (owner financing). 3 bedroom, 2 bath (huge master bedroom). Completely renovated. New sheet rock. Custom wood work. New everything (too many things to list). $23,500 includes delivery and setup with new A/C.

We also sell mobile home supplies. Install skirting, build mobile home pads, do lot clearing and septic tanks. We can custom build decks and steps for your mobile homes. Call Jason Griffith - office: 334-857-0112, cell: 334-415-5478 or e-mail.

The County Line

Submitted By:
The Elmore County Commission

Earlier this year, the County Commission voted unanimously to call for a local referendum during the November 4...

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Photography by Angel Miller

In Studio

Alums from the THS Class of '95 sat in during the Wake-Up Call on 1300 WTLS/106.5 FM for homecoming last week. Pictured (left to right): Miles Hathcock, Jonathan Ingram, Jennifer Hornsby, Allison Stewart, John David Lambert.

Roby Column

By U.S. Rep. Martha Roby

I want to keep you as updated as possible on the latest with our efforts to reform the VA, and a lot has happened in the last week...

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Trick or Treat

The designated trick-or-treating time in Tallassee will be from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30.









4223 Red Hill, Tallassee

Very nice modern home on 9 ACRES, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large den with fireplace, big kitchen, large bonus room upstairs can be bedroom or playroom. Also enclosed garage that can be playroom or bedroom, large deck, new heat pump, arch. shingles, very wooded and private with branch on back acreage. $169,900. For more information, call Rodney Griffith at 334-207-0666 or visit the his website: Rodney Griffith Lake Martin Properties.

Reeltown High School
Homecoming Schedule

Oct. 16

Beta Club

7:30 p.m.
Reeltown High School



7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.

Pep Rally






Alumni Band Practice

8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Nix-Webster-O’Neal Stadium
(In the event of rain, move to the gym)

9:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Elementary School Library

4:30 p.m.

Alumni Tea

5:00 p.m.
Reeltown High School

Pregame Show

6:15 p.m.
Nix-Webster-O’Neal Stadium


7:00 p.m.
Nix-Webster-O’Neal Stadium

Tiger Pride

By Jose Reyes, Jr./Principal - Tallassee Elementary School

Legendary Green Bay Packers Head Coach, Vince Lombardi, was quoted...

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Dave Says

With Dave Ramsey

Dear Dave,

My husband and I recently inherited my parents’ home. It’s in a small, rural town with little industry, and we’ve been told that the place would be worth $85,000 if it’s cleaned up, compared to $75,000 as-is...

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Back in the Day

The 1990 Tallassee High School homecoming court (left to right): Deonna Ledbetter, Kim Rasom, Vonshe Rivers, Kelli Johnson and Meridith Davidson. E-Mail your vintage photos.

Title I Meeting

The Title I meeting will be held on report card day, October 20, in the Tallassee Elementary School library at 1:00 and 4:00.

Adullam House
Benefit Ride

October 25
Registration at 9:00 a.m.
Winn Dixie in Tallassee
Kick Stands Up at 11:00 a.m.

$15 per bike & $5 per rider with a donated item (diapers - any size or canned food). Refreshments included. For more info about the Adullam House visit or like them on Facebook.

Reach thousands who read the Tallassee Times every week. For advertising information, call Michael Butler at 334-283-8200 or e-mail.