Millbrook Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Brenda Dennis unveiled the organization’s new website and logo to members at the chamber’s fall luncheon held Thursday, Sept. 16, at the Millbrook Civic Center.
Ingram State Technical College adult education instructor Frank Clem has been named "Region 8 Teacher of the Year” by the Correctional Education Association.
Two children were found in the yard of a residence on Shawnee Drive on the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 15, according to Elmore County Sheriff Bill Franklin.
The Elmore County Sheriff's Office has identified the parents of the two children who were left at a Wetumpka residence today, Wednesday, Sept. 15.
For months now, Maroon Machine Danceline captain Isabella Johnson has been preparing for an opportunity that doesn't come around often.
Senate Pro Tem Greg Reed (R-Jasper) and Sen. Clyde Chambliss (R-Prattville) toured the Ingram State Technical College campus on Thursday, Sept. 9, to gather information about the impact of education opportunities on those incarcerated in the state’s prisons.
Former Alabama Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard has asked the courts to release him from prison to allow Hubbard to maintain his FCC license and keep employees working while paying more than $205,000 in fines and restitution.
Millbrook resident Morrisa Tuck was back in her hometown of Alexander City on Tuesday, Aug. 31, to promote her second novel, "And Troubles Rise" at Adelia M. Russell Library.
- Sheriff Franklin shares more details about children found at Wetumpka residence
- Company Street block party set for next week
- Defense, run game push Wetumpka past Benjamin Russell
- UPDATE: Sheriff's office finds parents of children left at Wetumpka residence
- Stanhope's Colton Walls fulfills childhood dream with commitment to Troy baseball
- Holtville looks to remain unbeaten in region play against Talladega
- Elmore County volleyball wins Block Party championship
- Tallassee, Daniels run past Elmore County in region play
- Big second half leads Stanhope Elmore past Chilton County
- Elmore Community Hospital opens COVID testing site
- PHOTOS/ VIDEO: County Wide High School Band Exhibition
- Maroon Machine performs at Night of Bands
- Stanhope Elmore performs at Night of Bands
- Holtville's Green Machine performs at Night of Bands
- Photos: Wetumpka, Reeltown, Stanhope Elmore compete in Elmore County Volleyball Tournament
- PHOTOS: Tallassee Football vs Elmore County
- Wetumpka performs at Night of Bands
- PHOTOS: Reeltown Shuts Out Goshen
- Photos: Stanhope Elmore Band Halftime Performance
- Paddlers stop in Wetumpka on 650 Mile Journey
Wetumpka High School will shift to a virtual platform starting Wednesday, Sept. 1, and will continue through Friday, Sept. 3, due to the number of personnel currently out related to COVID-19.
Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama (GSSA) and Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) announced that the new Adventurefuls cookie will join the nationwide lineup for the 2022 Girl Scout Cookie season. An indulgent brownie-inspired cookie with caramel-flavored crème and a hint of sea salt, Adventurefuls …
Gov. Kay Ivey and Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington announced on Friday, Aug. 20, that Alabama’s preliminary, seasonally adjusted July 2021 unemployment rate is 3.2%, down from June’s rate of 3.3%, and well below July 2020’s rate of 7.4%.
Eclectic Mayor Gary Davenport presented a proposed Aaron Park Lease and Agreement to the Town Council at this month's meeting on Aug. 16.
Wetumpka and Tallassee have been named among the top 10 cities in Alabama for retirees, according to an annual study by SmartAsset, a company that provides interactive tools help residents make sound financial decisions.
The number of student COVID-19 cases across the county increased significantly, along with the number positive cases for employees, during the week of Aug. 16, prompting Elmore County Schools Superintendent Richard Dennis to change the system's mask-wearing policy.
Patsy Daniel Butler, 82, passed away peacefully at home in St. Augustine, Florida, on June 4, surrounded by her loved ones and under the care of Community Hospice.
Adjustments have been made to traffic patterns on Redland Road as work crews construct a roundabout at the Firetower Road/Dozier Road intersection.
There was a large turnout Saturday, Aug. 14, at Harley Davidson in Montgomery where Operation Combat Bikesaver gave a decked-out trike to a deserving Elmore County veteran.
With the opening of hunting season right around the corner, DoeNation Outdoors is back for a fifth season on television. The new season starts on Oct. 3 and will air each Sunday morning at 9:30 on ABC 31.
As the 2021-2022 school gets underway, those travelling to and from Elmore County High School via W. College Street may have noticed the addition of panther paws on the asphalt road.
On July 26, Wallsboro resident Heather DeLauder began one of the toughest fights of her life against invasive mammary carcinoma breast cancer. But she does so with a strong village in her corner.
Next week, famed film director, producer and writer Tim Burton will be celebrated in the city of Wetumpka. The Tim Burton Week celebration will kick off on Burton’s 63rd birthday on Aug. 25 and will continue until Aug. 28.
During the National Association of Counties (NACo) Annual Conference, the Elmore County Commission received the 2021 Achievement Award for the program “Elmore County Partnership to Expand Broadband Accelerates Deployment of Wi-Fi Hotspots to Assist with Virtual Learning during the COVID-19 P…
A motorcycle pursuit that occurred at approximately 3:42 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 10, involving several different law enforcement agencies ended in the arrest of a Coosada man.
As students throughout Elmore County headed back to the classroom on Aug. 9, they did so with fewer restrictions in comparison to the start of the 2020-2021 school year.
More than 800 students walked through the doors of Wetumpka Elementary School on the first day, Monday, Aug. 9. Students throughout the Elmore County Schools system also returned to class, some after being away from campus for about 15 months. Some students walked into the school by themselv…
There was a mixture of happiness and tears at Wetumpka Elementary School as students enrolled in the Elmore County Public Schools system headed back to the classroom on Monday, Aug. 9, for the start of the 2021-2022 year.