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Homecoming in T-town

By Michael Butler

When scrolling through social media the week of Tallassee High School’s homecoming, one phrase you are likely to see.......

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Council Square

Item 1: The City Council passed a resolution declaring an emergency repair to the pumping station...

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Rec News

Register for Church co-ed volleyball registration at the Tallasseee Recreation Department...

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Pet of the Week

Attention all lake living dog lovers!  Mason is a seven-month-old male Lab/Aussie mix, and about 45 pounds...

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Welcome Back Class of 1998! Tallassee High School homecoming is this week. Meet those who return for their 20-year reunion with yearbook pictures from back in the day; click here.


Chamber in search of new director

By Michael Butler

The Tallassee Chamber of Commerce has a vacancy for the position of executive director...

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Meet the Court

The Tallassee High School homecoming court (left to right): Kennedy Tucker, Madeline Taylor, Kelsey Butler, Calen Patterson, Laura Fields. The queen will be crowned prior to the Tigers game on Friday night vs. Leeds at J. E. "Hot" O'Brien Stadium. Photo submitted by Holley Taylor.

Council Session

The Tallassee City Council passed a resolution to name an East Tallassee green space, "Carl Wayne Mullins Park." The area on 1st Street is where Mullins grew up. It was once occupied by a recreation center and theater. Read more about last week's council meeting in the Coucil Square.

Competition Saturday

The Pride of Tallassee performs during its second competition of the fall season at Prattville last weekend. The majorettes were awarded best in class. See more photographs by Kyle Thornton in the Photos section.

Grant to fund safety awareness


A $360,000 grant awarded by Gov. Kay Ivey to Auburn University will help ensure Alabamians get the message to buckle up

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Tiger Power

Tallassee's Markevious Matthews hits the hole as the Tigers trampled over Holtville 44-28 on Friday. Read more in this week's Sports. See more pictures by Kyle Thornton in the Photos section.

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Lunch Meeting

ADECA Executive Director Kenneth Boswell, State Representative Mike Holmes and several other local area officials were among those attending a lunch meeting with Tallassee mayor Johnny Hammock last Wednesday at 1220 Café.

October Domestic Violence Awareness Month


Attorney General Steve Marshall called on Alabamians to observe October as...

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Fire Parade

Several local fire agencies assembled at J. E. "Hot" O'Brien Stadium for a parade to the fire training center for a dedciation of a new truck for the Tallassee Fire Department.

Cheering Girls

Cheerleaders from Tallassee and Reeltown meet at halftime of the youth football league senior game on Saturday at J. E. "Hot" O'Brien Stadium. Read about this week's TYFL and RYFL stars in the youth football spotlight.

Welcome Back

All of my students are very special to me in their own way and I love them all! Certain classes stand out above others. The class of 1998 was one of these classes. They were blessed with many talents and a great work ethic but the main reason they were so special to me was because they always supported, loved  and encouraged each other. I also have to mention that they unselfishly spent over a week painting my whole studio when I was out of town! What a surprise when I returned! Forever instilled in my heart. Welcome back!

Miss Vicki

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Chicken Racer

Lynn Popwell with her winning chick Mary Kate at the first chicken race during the Eclectic Cotton Festival on Saturday.   

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Back in the Day

Tallassee hoists the trophy and breaks out the brooms after sweeping Pleasant Grove for its seventh state baseball championship. The 1998 Tigers finished the season with a 33-5 record. E-mail your vintage photographs.


James Denning Day has been rescheduled for Sunday, Oct. 22 from 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. featuring local praise bands with food, games and the James Denning Dunk Challenge at the Reeltown High School band field. All proceeds will be used to purchase a specially equipped van for the Dennings.