The Elmore County Board of Education has been intentional about positioning itself for future success, and the district’s Chief Financial Officer Jason Mann has played a key role in the process.
The Town of Eclectic was awarded $72,819.90 in funding by Gov. Kay Ivey and the State of Alabama for payment assistance of costs incurred in responding to the COVID-19 outbreak.
As the Millbrook community continues to mourn the death of Andrew Atkins, who worked in the community as a nurse practitioner, his wife Shelly has just one goal – to share his story and carry on his legacy.
Students in Holtville High's Internet Marketing class were recently named the winners of an entertainment broadcast contest and a $1,000 educational grant from Reach and Teach.
The assistant principal of Coosada Elementary and his wife were recently indicted by an Elmore County Grand Jury for aggravated child abuse of their daughter.
The Elmore County Food Pantry’s annual Taste of Elmore County event has been canceled because of COVID-19, said board director Jonathan Yarboro, who is also pastor at First Presbyterian Wetumpka.
Gov. Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Public Health announced Friday that ADPH will provide COVID-19 vaccinations for people 75 years old or older, as well as first responders, including law enforcement and firefighters, statewide by appointment only beginning Jan. 18. Appointments at …
The Elmore County Art Guild recently announced that its 2021 Annual Winter Guild Show has been canceled, along with all other activities, due to rises in COVID cases in the area.
- School principal, wife accused of fabricating child’s cancer diagnosis
- Wind Creek donates $20k to The Kelly
- Elmore County BOE pays off millions in debt, improves financial standings
- Millbrook nurse practitioner, Andrew Atkins, leaves a legacy of helping his community
- Lights, camera, action: Holtville High wins broadcast competition
- Eclectic receives $72k in COVID funding
- 2020-21 Southeast Wrestling January Rankings
- Wetumpka High cruises into State Dual Finals
- Peevy gets final moment on the court during Edgewood’s Senior Night
- Stanhope Elmore's Burkett drops 30 enroute to victory over Lady Cats
Redevelopment plans in downtown Wetumpka are moving forward after the Wetumpka City Council approved a resolution related to the matter at a recent meeting.
Three watercolor paintings by DAC artist Richard Burrell Brough, along with some of the Brough-related ephemera, were recently added to the DAC Foundation collection.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency announced today that one of the people injured in yesterday's wreck on Cobbs Ford Road has died from her injuries.
The Elmore County Economic Development Authority, with assistance from other local leaders, recently helped facilitate the sale of commercial property to a Wisconsin-based real estate firm.
The Elmore County Art Guild, the oldest art organization in Elmore County formed in 1985, held their December membership meeting at Coaches Corner on last Wednesday.
The Elmore County Historical Society is on a mission to save two historic Elmore County cabins, the Ma Brown Dogtrot and the Sewell Cabin.
The town of Eclectic's Holiday Whobilation on Saturday had something for everyone to enjoy, whether it was taking pictures with the Grinch, shopping at one of several vendors or enjoying hot chocolate from Cornerstone Coffee Company.
Two Wetumpka teenagers are doing what they can to help ensure that other teens in foster care don't feel left out or forgotten during the holidays.
A 60-foot flagpole at the entrance of Stanhope Elmore's football field pays tribute to a man who impacted the lives of a countless number of people.
Wetumpka's annual Christmas on the Coosa took place on Saturday. A highlight of the event was the Home Town Christmas Parade that took place at 2 p.m. There were roughly 70 groups participating in the parade.
On Wednesday, Dec. 9, the Justice Department filed suit against the State of Alabama and the Alabama Department of Corrections.