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Seniors rack up awards

By Leigh Anne Butler

Tallassee High School’s Senior Awards Night was held Monday evening at First Baptist Church...

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Drew Glass May 17, 2022 Edition

Rec News

Park Board meetings are held the third Monday of each month unless otherwise noted...

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Park to bear Goss' name

By Michael Butler

Whenever there is a question about Tallassee history...

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Grad Speakers

Tallassee High School’s Class of 2022 graduation is slated for Friday, May 27 at 8 p.m. at J.E. “Hot” O’Brien Stadium.  Speakers for graduation will be (front, left to right): Belle Haynes – Welcome, Kinsley Burt – Opening Prayer, Hunter Miller (Salutatorian) – Inspiration. (Middle, left to right): Baxlee Burton (Co-Valedictorian) – Integrity, Nicole Patterson (Co-Valedictorian) – Determination. (Back): Bobby McCurty – Closing Prayer.


WTLS (1300 AM/94.7 FM/106.9 FM) presents the "Senior Salute" every weekday morning at 7:15 on "The Wake-Up Call." Each week's featured Tallassee High School seniors will be listed on Tallassee Times sponsored by: Parker Tire and Service Center, Godwin’s Flowers, Griggs Law Firm, Community Hospital, The Tallassee Chamber of Commerce, Covington Health Care, Mike Segrest for District Judge 5th Judicial Circuit, Elmore County Sheriff Bill Franklin, New Stone Realty, Sistrunk, Neptune Technology Group.


A lunar eclipse captured on Sunday evening by Tallassee Times photographer Kyle Thornton.

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Special ed records to be destroyed


The Tallassee City Schools will destroy all special education records...

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Back in the Day

Alabama First Lady Lurleen Wallace (left) poses with Betty Butler at a parade in Tallassee in 1963. Wallace followed in her husband's footsteps becoming governor herself in 1967. E-mail your vintage photographs.

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