Eclectic is calling on the community to participate in its fourth annual Whimsical Scarecrow Exhibit which is going on now and will end right before Thanksgiving.
Titus will be the epicenter for area bluegrass music fans to listen to some great tunes performed by three well-known bands from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the 19th Annual Titus Bluegrass Festival at the Titus Community Center.
History repeats itself for Eclectic Middle School math teacher Christine Rowe. She is not only teaching the next generation of students but also the children of former pupils.
The Alabama Nature Center (ANC) in collaboration with the Elmore County School System recently held the Elmore County Water Festival at the ANC in Millbrook.
Brian Norris of Greenville, Florida will be singing and sharing in worship at 10:30 a.m. Sunday for Round-Up Sunday service at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, located at 1327 Pleasant Hill Rd. in Eclectic.
The Elmore County Commission unanimously approved its largest budget in county history at Monday night’s meeting. The exact dollar amount is $33,947, 885 and it begins Oct. 1.
Marla Ruskin, a communications specialist and managing editor with the Alabama Wildlife Federation (AWF), was recently awarded Communicator of the Year by the AWF.
Tallassee native Haleigh Worthington spends most of her time tending to the massive German shepherds she raises. Some of the shepherds are pets she has cared for many years, but some are rescues that were left without a home for various circumstances.
Generations of Alabamaians who were seeking to get married have always visited their county courthouse and the probate judge’s office to get a marriage license but that are no longer possible as of Thursday.
The Bank Walkers and Willy and the G Strings opened up the Labor Day concert at The AMP on Lake Martin. Corey Smith headlined the show and wrapped it up with some covers as well as his original classics. Hundreds of people gathered on the grassy lawns of The AMP to listen to music and celebr…
Eclectic Elementary School teacher Melanie Smith is hitting two anniversaries this year in her career path. This year marks her 15th year teaching third grade and 25th year working in education.
Eclectic Mayor Gary Davenport said the town has managed its finances well enough to weather a decrease in sales tax revenue and is encouraged by young families moving to the area.
Alabama set five new economic records in June, including a new low for unemployment, but the news wasn’t as good for Elmore, Coosa and Tallapoosa counties, according to the state department of labor.
A newly formed company began Monday in Wetumpka to build a high-speed internet system it hopes will benefit rural customers in Elmore and Coosa counties beginning in January.
Members of Wetumpka’s First Presbyterian Church, which was obliterated by January’s tornado, have tentatively scheduled a groundbreaking ceremony for a new sanctuary Aug. 11.
A long-awaited $1.3 million streetscape improvement project in downtown Wetumpka began Monday and engineers plan for the freshly paved streets, new sidewalks, drains and landscaping to be completed before the Christmas shopping season.