Local WoodmenLife Chapter 025 invites all first responders of Elmore County to attend an appreciation lunch on May 30 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Gold Star Park in Wetumpka.
The chairman of the Educate Wetumpka Committee asked the Elmore County school board on Monday to support efforts that could lead to public referendums on raising taxes for construction of new athletic facilities in the Wetumpka and Redland school districts.
Elmore County District Court Judge Glenn Goggans left Steven Sarandon Barnes’ bond set at $10 million cash Tuesday after hearing more details about charges Barnes raped a 5-year-old girl.
Images from Holtville High School as it held a graduation ceremony Friday night. Principal Kyle Futral proudly announced every graduate was considered college and career ready by state standards.
Images from Thursday night as Elmore County High School held its graduation ceremony. Principal Wes Rogers announced the Class of 2019 received more than $2.5 million in scholarships and four graduates will go onto serve the U.S. in the military.
The Millbrook Police Department arrested Ted Carr Jr., 60, of Millbrook on two counts of possession of obscene matter containing visual depictions of persons under 17 years of age.
Haynes Ambulance is once again the emergency transporter in Elmore County after the county commission approved a new contract at Monday’s meeting.
The Elmore County Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Central Alabama Community Foundation, kicked off scholarship season Thursday by awarding $37,200 in scholarships to 23 Wetumpka High School seniors.
“Bright Star,” a new musical from Grammy-, Emmy- and Academy Award-winning Steve Martin and Grammy Award-winning Edie Brickell, is running through May 11 at the Wetumpka Depot Theatre.
Former University of Alabama star running back Siran Stacy will be the keynote speaker at the 15th annual Joe Sewell Memorial Award Banquet May 7 at 6 p.m. at the Wetumpka Civic Center.
The Wetumpka Future Farmers of America Alumni Chapter is organizing an International Professional Rodeo Association-sanctioned event in Wetumpka on Friday and Saturday, alumni chapter president William Pierce said.
The Elmore County Commission had a crowd in the historic Elmore County Courthouse courtroom as it conducted business Thursday morning.
Alabamians are hungering for a lottery and will approve it if they get a chance to vote on it, according to the man who authored the bill that passed the Senate on Thursday.
With the escalating cost of college tuition and the shrinking job market for college graduates, youths should seriously consider attending a technical school instead, Elmore County Technical Center principal Jimmy Hull said.
Ron Drinkard walked about the scattered steel seeing what was left in the closing minutes of the steampunk competition at Saturday’s Tulotoma Art Trail.
A district court judge imposed a $10 million cash bond Monday after Steven Sarandon Barnes, 28, was arrested by Millbrook police on charges of first-degree rape of a 5-year-old child in connection to a sexual assault that required surgery in Birmingham, according to law enforcement.
Elmore County residents voted by a wide margin Tuesday to renew three separate ad valorem taxes for education and narrowly affirmed a constitutional amendment that helps meet requirements to get funds from the state.
The Wetumpka City Council voted 4-1 Monday to spend $9,350 on a study to improve the traffic flow downtown, especially on each end of the Bibb Graves Bridge.
As the calendar transitions into spring and summer, Lake Martin Machine Gun on Highway 229 in Eclectic is expanding to allow people to bring their own firearms.
A Kellyton man was arraigned in federal court March 26 on charges of kidnapping, carjacking and firearm possession, according to an announcement by U.S. Attorney Louis V. Franklin Sr.
Good, old country folks converge on the auction barn in Eclectic on Friday nights to buy, sell and trade everything from tomatoes to tools but mainly it’s just a good excuse to mingle with friends and friendly folk, according to the man known as Hutch.
Wetumpka Public Library director Susan Hayes may have answered a question at the center of many jokes. If not generally accepted, Hayes is happy with the answer herself after a rooster took up residence at the library.
Mason Kassian and Dustin Taylor couldn’t believe what they were hearing and seeing in the rapidly gathering dusk.